Boodjamulla to Bladensburg

What have been the big milestones of your journey’s across Australia?

Clifton Camping Capers

Crossing back into QLD feels like a big milestone on our journey, in many ways coming back to the beginning but forever changed by our experiences. We pass through Gulf country via Hells Gate, around Doomadgee and continue on the Savannah Way to the much anticipated Boodjamulla National Park.


Boodjamulla is a delight and felt like a bit of a homecoming even though we have never been here before. Dan was welcomed by the rangers, including a former colleague from K’Gari who had just moved out with his family and started work the day before we arrived. The is named after Boodjamulla, the Rainbow Serpent. We spent our days at Duwadarri (Lawn Hill Gorge) swimming, snorkelling (a highlight for Dan), canoeing, bushwalking and generally marvelling at the contrasting landscape and amazing forces that have shaped and are still shaping this land.


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Following our dreams and seeing Australia one trip at a time.

2 thoughts on “Boodjamulla to Bladensburg

  1. Thank you for sharing our blog – it is nice to relive these moments and to see others appreciating the opportunity to explore and experience this beautiful country. Wishing you well on your journey, Bianca (1/4 of the Clifton Campers)

    1. No problem. We loved the post and the images were fantastic. Love sharing our stories and others about our beautiful countries.

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