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The Billabong - Trilby Station

The Billabong (Trilby Station)

Member: The Landy  
Photo: Baz - The Landy Situated on the Darling River not too far from the small township of Louth, Trilby Station is a working sheep station and home to Gary and Liz ...
Created: 01 Sep 2014 01:27  BlogID: 6141  Comments: 1  Views: 126 
Our broken side window with some of our stickers on it

Our small lap around the East Coast and Central Australia....

Well we arrived at the Flinders Ranges, its an awe inspiring amphitheater of mountains, with beautiful landscapes and lots of bushwalks....
Created: 30 Aug 2014 23:40  BlogID: 6140  Comments: 0  Views: 121 

Places: 6000 Campsites Australia wide

Member: ExplorOz  
If it's campsites you're looking for, ExplorOz has pretty much got every listing that has ever been documented with over 6000 listings Australia wide (and that's just the camps ...
Created: 29 Aug 2014 10:25  BlogID: 6139  Comments: 0  Views: 889 
Hema Navigator 7

Father's Day Gift Ideas

Looking for something special for your Dad this Father's Day? Or want to send the kids some ideas on what you would like to receive?...
Created: 29 Aug 2014 02:29  BlogID: 6138  Comments: 0  Views: 384 


G'day Folks, SAVE on low coolant alarms now. FATHERS DAY SALE!! Aussie Made Don't get stranded...get EngineSafe!! 1300 76 44 76 Œ‰Œ‰Website
Created: 28 Aug 2014 00:49  BlogID: 6137  Comments: 0  Views: 132 
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from here to there and back again 1 1 1

Member: walynda  
23rd August Today is the day I get to kiss Wal on the tip! After doing my womanly duties that you just can’t get away from we were on our way....
Created: 27 Aug 2014 22:31  BlogID: 6136  Comments: 0  Views: 110 
Artisian Bubbler

Our small lap around the East Coast and Central Australia ( ...

Today we woke early and headed of early, Yeeyyyy, glad to get out of the camp site. We travelled for a long time with not much to see. (not a fan of the Oonandatta track) We g
Created: 27 Aug 2014 05:51  BlogID: 6135  Comments: 0  Views: 218 
On the Oonandatta track

Our small lap around the East Coast and Central Australia ...

Today we got up early after a great night at the underground motel, which was an awesome feed. Time to move on today, but not without saying goodbye to our friend David....
Created: 27 Aug 2014 05:31  BlogID: 6134  Comments: 0  Views: 166 
Underground Bar

Our small lap around the east coast and Central Australia ...

After a great night last night we struggled to get out of bed this morning, so we ended up getting out of bed at nine. After getting up we had brekky then as soon as we left we ...
Created: 27 Aug 2014 00:44  BlogID: 6133  Comments: 0  Views: 169 
Dug out Dave's home

Our small lap around the east coast and Central Australia ...

After a late arrival last night, we decided to stay in the Lookout Cave Underground Hotel. It is the worlds largest underground hotel with around 25-30 rooms. The following
Created: 26 Aug 2014 23:21  BlogID: 6132  Comments: 0  Views: 179 
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from here to there and back again 1 1

Member: walynda  
18th August Back on the road again, yippee. We had a night at Koala Beach caravan park on way up through the Daintree,...
Created: 26 Aug 2014 22:37  BlogID: 6131  Comments: 0  Views: 108 
Sandy Blight Junction Track

The Sandy Blight Junction Track (A living postcard)

Member: The Landy  
Story and photos: Baz - The Landy Sometimes it is difficult to find the right words that best describe the majestic beauty of the Australian Outback....
Created: 26 Aug 2014 03:50  BlogID: 6130  Comments: 5  Views: 362 
Kylie's Hut

A Writer's Retreat - Crowdy Bay

Member: The Landy  
Kylie's Hut, Crowdy Bay, Coastal Australia. It is here that Australian fiction writer Kylie Tennant penned the novel "Man on the Headland",...
Created: 26 Aug 2014 01:36  BlogID: 6129  Comments: 1  Views: 93 
Rail Carriage - Broken Hill

War in the Australian Outback

Member: The Landy  
Photo: Baz - The Landy Broken Hill is one Australian destination that needs very little introduction. Growing from a small mining township in the 1880s it has developed into ...
Created: 26 Aug 2014 00:19  BlogID: 6128  Comments: 1  Views: 233 
Yeo Lake Homestead

Yeo Lake HS (Time passes quietly by)

Member: The Landy  
Photo: Baz- The Landy The Outback is full of wonderful buildings, homesteads, many from a time that passed quietly by long before many of us were born. Sometimes,...
Created: 24 Aug 2014 09:59  BlogID: 6127  Comments: 1  Views: 241 
Going camping again

testing, testing

Member: Member - Jim B8  
I will try again, se if the photo uploader is working this time... I haven't had a lot of joy with it. Seems it did something, added some stuff to the text?
Created: 24 Aug 2014 06:57  BlogID: 6126  Comments: 0  Views: 147 
Daintree Lizard

Jacks 2014 Adventure Tour of NE NSW. 7 bikes 2 fourbies and ...

Member: Member - jumpin  
Following last years epic trip from Beauty Point in Northern Tassy to the Tip of Cape York and return via the Telegraph and Frenchmans Track Airlie Beach and Hamilton Island ...
Created: 21 Aug 2014 22:24  BlogID: 6124  Comments: 1  Views: 490 
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Time, Tears and Tales

This compilation album by Australiana Balladeer George Royter, brings together songs from three previously released albums and one that never made it to the public area....
Created: 21 Aug 2014 02:19  BlogID: 6123  Comments: 0  Views: 202 
Camping Ground Bendeela

Top Free Campsites in NSW

Camping is quite often viewed as a budget holiday, and whilst this can be true, costs do tend to add up when you are paying to stay at campsites....
Created: 20 Aug 2014 03:32  BlogID: 6122  Comments: 1  Views: 457 
Classroom with an Aboriginal teacher

Our small lap around the East Coast and Central Australia ...

Today we went to see Uluru. It was incredible!!!!!!!!!! first we all did the base walk of Ulurl it was a 10km walk and we were led by a guide who was Aboriginal. He showed us
Created: 19 Aug 2014 08:05  BlogID: 6121  Comments: 0  Views: 345 
Palm Valley

Our small lap around the East Coast and Central Australia (A ...

Palm Valley, McDonalds Ranges, Kings Canyon and Uluru Well its been a while since we blogged, wit
Created: 18 Aug 2014 00:00  BlogID: 6119  Comments: 0  Views: 320 

Channel,Gulf, Desert. Kimberly Country in a Defender/Tvan,...

Member: Defender110  
Photos will be added soon, having 3g issues last few days... can't load tunnel creek photos at moment Day 29 Sunday 17/8/14 Bungles to Fitzroy Crossing We pack up ...
Created: 17 Aug 2014 00:00  BlogID: 6125  Comments: 0  Views: 279 
Driving to first walk

Channel,Gulf, Desert. Kimberly Country in a Defender and Tvan,...

Member: Defender110  
Day 27 Friday 15/8/14 Kununurra to Bungle Bungle (be prepared for quite a few photos!) Going south to the Purnululu National Park to check out the Bungles....
Created: 15 Aug 2014 16:00  BlogID: 6117  Comments: 0  Views: 437 

South Australia National Parks - New online booking system.

Planning to visit Innes National Park or Mount Remarkable National Park? From Friday 1 August the payment system for passes at national parks and associated campgrounds is ...
Created: 15 Aug 2014 05:35  BlogID: 6114  Comments: 1  Views: 562 
standard Land Rover feature self changing oil

Channel,Gulf, Desert. Kimberly Country in a Defender and Tvan,...

Member: Defender110  
Day 26 Thursday 14/8/14 Kununurra Going on QLD time Lilli gets up at 5:30am WA time. Stu takes the car to get looked at....
Created: 14 Aug 2014 16:00  BlogID: 6116  Comments: 0  Views: 312 
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