Month: June 2022


Our family visit to Cooktown

Our family visit to Cooktown, based in the Cape York Peninsular was a lovely experience. The town is historic for Captain James Cook beaching his ship in Cooktown in 1770. Then staying for repairs, which is where the town gets its name. Cooktown is a small, regional town with a population less than 3,000! Our …

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Crystal Cascades Waterfalls, Cairns

The Crystal Cascades Waterfalls, near Cairns, are located around 20 minutes from the city. The road is bitumen all the way, so fully accessible to all vehicles. The Crystal Cascades are a beautiful attraction that can, on occasions get quite busy. So, you should take that into account when planning your trip. The Crystal Cascades …

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Stanage Bay Camping Area

Wow, What a beautiful location to free camp. The views at Stanage Bay Camping Area are stunning. The Bay isn’t all that big (The bay in front of the campsite is likely around a Kilometre long), but it’s perfect to get your steps in. Facing Northeast means a beautiful sunrise too! So, if you’re an …

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Wuruma Dam Camping Area

Wuruma Dam is located West of Bundaberg, 48km North of Eidsvold. We spent a week in Wuruma Dam camping area on our way north towards Rockampton. And I have to say, we thoroughly enjoyed it. The camping area was clean, tidy and spacious. The sites are all marked with bollards, so the boundaries are very …

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