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Broken Hill

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Back to civilization after our marathon day of driving around The Central Deserts, we spent a few days in Broken Hill with our good mate Todd on our way back to Adelaide.  Todd and a few of our other friends from university in Adelaide grew up in Broken Hill, a remote mining town in western […]

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The Central Deserts

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We left Bedourie early Sunday morning headed for the famous Outback settlement of Birdsville, just north of the Queensland/South Australia border.  It was a muddy drive along the sections of road between the towns that were unpaved (roughly 65% of the track is paved), the clay floodplains holding on to the water from the torrential […]

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The Rainforest Way

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We actually started our tour of the Rainforest Way in-between our stay with Matt and Anna, and when we met with Gina back in Byron last Wednesday.  Our initial foray into the hinterland took us through Bangalow, the quaint hilltop settlement of Federal and through the magnificent Nightcap National Park.  Nightcap hasn’t had National Park […]

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Byron Bay

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Planet View: S28°38.317’ E153°36.296’ Street View: S28°38.317’ E153°36.296’ What an awesome spot!  Both Lisa and I had visited Byron before, around the time when we met over 10 years ago in Adelaide (and Lisa also when she was five).  We loved the laid back little beach town as much as we both remembered when we […]

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Coffs Harbour To Yamba

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It was a picturesque drive through the rainforests and Eucalyptus bushland out of the mountains from Nymboi Binderay National Park into Coffs Harbour.  As we came out of the foothills to the outskirts of Coffs Harbour the bushland was replaced by groves of banana trees, something for which Coffs Harbour is famous.  Acres upon acres […]

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Nambucca Heads And The Dorrigo Rainforests

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Planet View: S30°11.137’ E152°41.509’ Street View: S30°11.137’ E152°41.509’ After a memorable few days in Adelaide for Sam and Priya’s wedding, we flew back to Sydney to pickup The Tank and continued where we left off on the New South Wales central coast.  Angie Stuart organized a fabulous dinner for us on Monday night in Edgecliff, […]

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Crowdy Head National Park

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

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Dinners In Sydney

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Jenny Burnell sent me some of her great photos from a couple of dinners we had in Sydney when we were in town last month.  The first three were taken at a BBQ hosted by the Fishers, the rest are from a dinner that Angie hosted in Edgecliff before we started heading toward Byron Bay.  […]

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The Central Coast

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From Barrington Tops National Park we stopped off in Gloucester for enough time for Lisa to make a few phone calls over Skype while I hunted for a local bakery (no luck…), before continuing eastward toward the coast.  We made a beeline for South West Rocks, a small peninsula between Nambucca and Kempsey on the […]

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