Noosa we love you

We must be crazy! Let’s go to Noosa on a long weekend we said! It will be fine we said. Fine = crazy busy!!!!! But thank you Noosa, you let us have our cake and eat it too. Not actual cake guys!! Sugar-free and all that jazz! What we are stabbing at with our poeticContinue reading “Noosa we love you”

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to Longreach with love

To Longreach with love,  We all love a sunburnt country, but we really need our rain.  As we drove by drought-stricken paddocks, we saw your heartache and your pain.  With each mile of endless dryness, and each dusty patch of dirt.  We pray you get the rain you need, and pray it heals your hurt.  You are strong andContinue reading “to Longreach with love”

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low cost camping – glebe weir

We don’t know about you but we love LOW COST CAMPING!! Please don’t get us wrong, we love FREE CAMPING too, well who doesn’t? Why do we like low cost camping? 1. you get a few more facilities and 2. you are injecting funds into the local community. Just around the corner from our current location isContinue reading “low cost camping – glebe weir”

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wildflowers of the desert

On our recent trip to the Simpson Desert we were lucky to witness the first wildflowers blooming after the rain. It was spectacular to see the sand-dunes blanketed with vegetation of all shapes and sizes. Can you name any of the flowers pictured below?

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dreaming of water

When one lives in the middle of nowhere during  a drought they cannot be scalded for dreaming of water. I’ve been constantly thinking about rain, rivers and oceans, oh my. Apparently it can also cause people to book two water based getaways within the space of a fortnight. Well that’s our excuse and where sticking to it. Our first getaway coincides withContinue reading “dreaming of water”

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Easter on the Water

Another Easter done and dusted. Oh well they say time flies when you’re having fun. So we must have had a good time because it was back to reality in a blink of an eye. For Easter this year we camped up at Wuruma Dam out of Eidsvold (towards Monto) in Central QLD. It wasContinue reading “Easter on the Water”

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Travel Well to Welford

Originally posted on Norris Around Australia:
This is the first article for our special destination series. Enjoy You’re standing on a steep river bank surrounded by stark white ghost gums dangling a line in the Barcoo River as it flows through Channel Country, Central Queensland. The wide blue western sky creates a natural contrasting backdrop behind…

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Deserts & Corners

Originally posted on Norris Around Australia:
So yes we have been a bit slack with the blog. First excuse, no service and second excuse too busy having way too much fun. After our nice relaxing time in the Channel Country including Windorah, Quilpie and Welford National Park. We headed out west into the desert. We…

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