405km south of Perth Albany, with its dramatic coastal scenery, has always been on everyone’s must see list. Now that the view across King George Sound is also imbued with the sadness and heroism of the World War I Gallipoli landing, it has become an even more popular tourist destination. November 2014 saw the opening […]
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A free campsite which can be used as a base to explore the Mackay Region in Queensland When travelling north or south during the winter months on the “grey nomad stimulus package” my wife and I are always on the lookout for a free campsite. Around Mackay these campsites are few and far between but […]
The Urangan Pier is one of Hervey Bay’s most iconic landmarks and on 3 March 2017 it celebrated its centenary. The occasion was marked by a ceremony at Pier Park, accompanied by a host of activities and entertainment that continued throughout the day. The festivities began with a parade along The Esplanade at Urangan, led […]
Sometimes the trip home is all about the quickest and most direct route, and from Esperance back to Perth that is via Ravensthorpe and Lake King. But this involves an awful lot of bitumen. So with a couple of days still up our sleeve before we absolutely had to be back in the office, we […]
Inverloch, 145 km southeast of Melbourne, is a popular tourist destination and fishing port on the Bunurong Coast, a 20-km stretch of sandy coves, rugged sandstone cliffs and striking rock formations forming a marine park along Bass Strait. The town is also famous internationally as the home of one of Australia’s richest fossil fields, a […]