Duaringa Queensland

Full marks for a perfect Free Camping ground….Large, flat campground near town with plenty of room for a caravan, great for an overnight on the way through. The sites are mainly dirt, with some patches of grass. There are scattered trees that provide a bit of shade for some spots. Hot showers and flushing toiletsContinue reading “Duaringa Queensland”

Maryborough West Showgrounds

I drove through Maryborough, over the bridge and on towards Childers when I saw the Sign saying Maryborough Showgrounds. I turned in there and drove to the end parking area where the Swap Meet was being held. It was just red dirt track and a few vehicles were there setting up their stalls for theContinue reading “Maryborough West Showgrounds”

Rocky Point Russell Island

The four Islands that make up the Southern Moreton Bay Islands are flood free, and we do not see those sort of floods that the rest of South East Queensland and Northern NSW experience. Naturally we get some overland water flow, but being small Islands, the water just runs off into the Bay with little effect on personal property.

These Islands are possibly one of the safest havens in South East Queensland, and remain undiscovered by a vast majority of Australians

Sunrise Today 24 July Russell Island Jetty

Sunrise Today Russell Island 6.30 AM 24 July…another amazing sunrise full of color

Sunrise Russell Island May 31st

Words cannot describe this amazing sunrise that filled the entire sky And still the colors came and changed the sky A glorious start to a beautiful day….but as the saying goes, “red sky in the morning, shepherds take warning..” the day that followed was not sunny..  

Gladstone Australia

The Princess Dawn cruised from Brisbane to Gladstone. Gladstone is a city in the Gladstone Region, Queensland, Australia.[2] It is approximately 550 kilometres (340 mi) by road north of Brisbane and 100 kilometres (62 mi) south-east of Rockhampton. Situated between the Calliope and Boyne Rivers, Gladstone is home to Queensland’s largest multi-commodity shipping port. It was theContinue reading “Gladstone Australia”

Outback Drive…Birdsville Track to Jundah via Windorah

It started from a property called Clifton Hills, the largest cattle property in Australia, where a drilling team worked for 3 months to drill a new bore. The first bore had a problem when they reached either a cave or soft sand when the bore could not be stabilized, and an error of judgement droppedContinue reading “Outback Drive…Birdsville Track to Jundah via Windorah”

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