We still have months left working away here in Griffith and we are already itching to get back on the road for more adventure.
Here is some of the places we want to visit drive through on our next leg of the trip:
- Darling River Run (4WD Track)
- Menindee Lakes
- Broken Hill
- Tibooburra (4WD)
- Moomba (via Cameron’s Corner) (4WD)
- Walker’s Crossing Track (4WD Track)
- Tobermorey (Plenty Hwy – 4WD)
- Mount Isa
- Julia Creek
- Charter’s Towers
- Port Douglas
- Cape Tribulation
- Bloomfield Track (4WD track)
- Hope Vale
- Hell’s Gate
- Cape Crawford
- Roper Bar
- Cutta Cutta Caves
- Victoria River RH
- Timber Creek
- Lake Argyle
- Gibb River Road (4WD Track)
- Honeymoon Beach
- Fitrzroy Crossing
Any feedback would be much appreciated. Places to see along along the way. Free camps and places to stay.
Bye for Now
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so now I read your entire blog and look forward to more.. I really miss my time in Australia and hope to come back for holidays soon. WA will amaze you, it’s the best part of Australia in my opinion (I like nature and quiet roads) :D. If you have a chance do the great central road and stay a night at the caravan park at the last road house before Laverton I think it’s called “Cosmo Newberry”. It’s such an amazing place, brand new caravanpark and so quiet.. you don’t hear anything in the outback and of course the stars :).
This sounds like a fantastic trip that you have planned! I’m looking forward to hearing more!
Thanks for your feedback. We purchased most of our camping rig from Tentworld in Toowoomba. The best customer service we have come across anywhere. The manager is fantastic and always went out of our way to help. When friends and family are looking for camping gear at BCF and what not we send them straight to Burrells.
And while your meandering around Tibooburra how about a little detour through Hungerford up to Kilcowera Station? Then you could poke up to Thargomindah, Noccundra and out to Innamincka. Cheers zenonie ( Toni )
For sure sounds like a fantastic idea to me. We are always looking for hidden gems. We have work lined up on Tobermorey Station in May/June so hopefully it pans out.