A friendly local from Bellingen let me in on a far Northern NSW secret, and now I’m torn over whether or not to write about it, as I’d personally like this place to stay clean and quiet. 866 more words
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Just over 3hrs from Sydney, there’s a four-wheel-diver’s paradise waiting for bogans and environmental-pests to ruin the current state of peace, secrecy and serenity.
Next time you’re searching for bush, river crossings, mud pits and some sticks to scratch your fourbie, don’t make the beeline to Lithgow, head to Turon National Park instead. 723 more words
If you haven’t noticed, hammocks are like the fidget spinners of suspended sleeping. They are all the craze on college campuses, campsites and just about anywhere you find two stationary objects approximately spaced out larger than a human being. 224 more words
It’s a rainy Sunday so I’m having fun working out the nitty gritty details of our upcoming trip to Yosemite and Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Parks. When I work up an itinerary, I tend to go a little overboard with the details– one, because I enjoy it; two, because I like to know how the days will flow and make sure we have enough hours in the day to do everything we want; and three, so we will know how to pack. 176 more words
When I booked our campsite for our weekend near Interstate State Park I knew I wanted a site away from all the action, the entrance, and the shower house. 401 more words