Crowdy Head National Park

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Planet View: S31°44.170’ E152°47.483’
Street View: S31°44.170’ E152°47.483’

Lisa on Kylies BeachKylies Beach Kylies BeachCampsite companions at Kylies BeachCamping at Kylies Beach A Kookaburra at our campsiteCampsite companions at Kylies BeachCampsite companions at Kylies Beach Kylies BeachBoats in the Camden Haven River near Diamond HeadBoats and pelicans in the Camden Haven River near Diamond Head

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2 Responses to “Crowdy Head National Park”

  1. Cathy says:

    what a beautiful kookaburra! Where’s crowdy Heads? Lovely green campsite and coastal views.

  2. Montana Youngs says:

    The animals DELIGHT my heart! 🙂

    And I was just realizing what a blessing it is not to have to set up and break camp every time you stop … your vehicle is GREAT!

    Doesn’t it refresh your heart to be seeing such beautiful land and seascape? It does mine.

    Love and hugs and blessings,
    Cheryl

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