Beautiful escarpments, bleached white by the sun. Tall white eucalyptus towering over us, reaching for the sky. … More Carnarvon Gorge 18.5km walk
The Gully, as it is affectionately known, brewed its own beer and spirits before XXXX and Bundaberg Rum even existed.
… More Nindigully Pub, freecamp, Moonie River
The water tumbled gently over large rocks, which had been worn smooth through the millenium by flooding waters, with potholes in the rock dug by swirling pebbles as the water washed through the valley.
… More Margaret River Discovery Tour and Wilyabrup Sea Cliffs
Surrounded by mountains and with large expanses of beautiful blue water, it is a popular spot for water skiing, and swimming. … More The Pines, Blowering Dam, free camping, Tumut NSW
Camping on the banks of the River with the water held back by the Jack Taylor Weir, creates a back water … More Camping at Kapunda Tourist and Fishing Park at St George
Australia has some of the worlds most beautiful, unusual and unique bird life and native animals. … More Birds and wildlife, central Queensland
The fairways wound through the forest trees and if you could hit around corners, your ball would bound along on the dry clay, but inevitably a tree would find you ball to put a stop to it. … More Lightning Ridge – Pub in the scrub crawl
the gravel and sludge wash away and hopefully leaving a gem, maybe even a rare black opal. … More Lightning Ridge – open cut mine
Quiet and peaceful in the off season at the foot of Talbingo mountain … More Jounama Creek, free camp, Talbingo NSW
Down the mine shaft. The hole which Chris and his partner share their passion is 3ft x 3ft and they bucket the rock up and then send it to be washed and sorted hoping to find the precious opal. … More Lightning Ridge – a private opal mine