Mt Perry Queensland

Mount Perry is a small town and locality in the North Burnett Region in southeastern  Queensland, Australia.  In the 2016 census, Mount Perry had a population of 538 people. The town is nestled in a valley near Mount Perry, the area’s highest mountain. The Normanby Lookout is located on Normanby Range Road off Towns Creek Road from the Gin Gin-Mount PerryContinue reading “Mt Perry Queensland”

Dawson River Theodore Queensland

Last time I did this drive, I visited Theodore when the road turned towards Theodore, and I followed it to the very end where I found a beautiful river and free camp area and said I would return one day, and I did. The banks of the river is a great place to camp, richContinue reading “Dawson River Theodore Queensland”

Miles Queensland

I asked at the IGA where the creek for free parking was, and was directed to the end of town as I was driving out. The park is right next to the Bridge and I was pleasantly surprised at the facilities, the parking and the beautiful parklands that swept down to the Creek and whereContinue reading “Miles Queensland”

River Walk at Dalby

Am staying at The Dalby Tourist Caravan Park and there is a walking track along the river adjacent to the Caravan Park which is rich with bird life as well as Baobab Trees and huge gums that line the river bank Dalby  is a town and locality in the Darling Downs region of Queensland, Australia. Dalby is approximately 82.3 kilometresContinue reading “River Walk at Dalby”

Sunrise Lake Coolmunda Queensland

Lake Coolmunda is at full capacity because of the rains. Sunrise is over the lake and amazing. It always surprises me that so many people camp on water shores with sunrise views such as this and never see them as they are all tucked up safe and asleep at Sunrise. This is my last dayContinue reading “Sunrise Lake Coolmunda Queensland”

Birds at Coolamunda Lake

Coolamunda Lake is a haven for birds…. The Lake has now filled after the rains and more and more birds are arriving at the Lake. THE GOONDIWINDI REGIONlies in the heart of the Brigalow Belt, on theborder between Queensland and New SouthWales. It’s a place where the tropical north meetsthe temperate south and the wetterContinue reading “Birds at Coolamunda Lake”

Leslie Dam

Leslie Dam is a dam in the locality of the same name Leslie Dam, Southern Downs Region, Queensland, Australia. It is 11 kilometres from Warwick town centre. I camped at the Leslie Dam Caravan Park…cost $25 powered, $14 unpowered… The facilities are excellent. Hot showers, toilets, washing machines and a small shop with essentials andContinue reading “Leslie Dam”

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