It’s a long way to the top, Day 94 – Did someone say bowlo?

Day 94 Sunday Sep 7th 2014 Sapphire Beach We’re in luck it’s warm enough to have breakfast outside with the brush turkeys. A walk through the nearby quite new housing estate leads to spacious parklands and access to the beach and back to camp. The surf is still pounding so it is refreshing. To celebrate Father’s Day M suggests that we all meet in Coffs Harbour for lunch at the Park Beach Bowls Club (I think ‘bowlo’ is the term around here). Towing Kms: 0 Continue reading It’s a long way to the top, Day 94 – Did someone say bowlo?

It’s a long way to the top, Day 92 – A different view

Day 92 Friday Sep 5th 2014 Brisbane to Yelgun We have a late breakfast with Double or Nuthin’ and Shirley before heading off down the M1 to the border. It is sad to be leaving Queensland after such a long stay. We have fish and chips on the river at Tweed Heads then stop for the night at Yelgun rest area. The rest area is about one minute off the Pacific Highway and is on the Brunswick Valley Way. There is no noise from the highway and little from the road beside us. The facilities are modern and good. We … Continue reading It’s a long way to the top, Day 92 – A different view

It’s a long way to the top, Day 10 – Urunga

Day 10 Sunday June 15th 2014 Coopernook to Urunga It is a glorious morning and everything looks bright and washed clean. We visit Wauchope because it is there. An old forestry town it has beds of flowering gardenias lining the streets. How good is that? The smell of bacon and eggs wafts across the park from the busy cafe, mmm nice town. We arrive at the Urunga Heads Holiday Park in time for lunch. The neat and spacious park is right on the river. Our van overlooks the spot where the Kalang River joins the Bellinger River to flow out … Continue reading It’s a long way to the top, Day 10 – Urunga