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One year on the road!!

At the beginning – Mt Feathertop, Bright

July 2015.- Larrawa Station

Well, we have been on the road for exactly 1 year now! 365 days of travelling, camping, house sitting, seeing the most amazing sights. 621 more words

Missing Out

Not so long ago I was told by the bf that very few people in Australia have traveled the way I have.

What’s more, few Australians, especially young ones, have traveled outside of their own state. 382 more words

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It's been a hard day's drive


to paraphrase a Beatles song. We drove from 10:00am to 5:00pm with breaks. Dave did 90% of the driving and I had a half hour’s van towing lesson, but I think Dave finds it as tiring being a passenger as driving because he is instructing me. 304 more words

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Nullarbor musings with bikers


Departing late from our bush camp, (due to the time change), we returned to Border Village to fill a gas cylinder. While there we met a couple who had ridden a motorbike with trailer from Devonport in Tasmania. 253 more words

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Caiguna golf finale and Variety meeting


We awoke to a brilliant sunrise with the moon setting over the mallee scrub.

First challenge of the day was the Nullarbor Links hole at Caiguna. 208 more words

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Back to the Nullarbor and Australia's longest straight road


We started from our bush camp amongst the salmon gums and drove to Newman Rock, which we had also visited coming across from the eastern states. 147 more words

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Border Crossing: SA to WA

Travelled 657 kilometres @ 16.8 litres / 100 kms

After a magic night camped on the cliffs of the Great Australian Bight, the next day we reached the South Australian-Western Australian border, which is marked by Border Village in SA and the WA Quarantine Station (which is about as hospitable as Checkpoint Charlie). 367 more words

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