Mar 2019. Wallaga Lake, NSW We check into the Ingenia caravan park at Wallaga Lake (Wolluguh according to the locals). They have a deal on for 4 nights at $100, which works out to be a mere $1 per night … Continue reading Wallaga Lake
This morning we stood on the lawns of Government House in Canberra and choked back the tears while Australia’s Governor General Sir Peter Cosgrove delivered an address to the media. Behind the Governor General and his wife, the backdrop held … Continue reading When will it end?
June 2018, Babinda, Qld Never having heard of them and out of curiosity we follow the signs to the Babinda Boulders. There is a campground in the rain forest and a crystal-clear swimming hole in a wide bend of the … Continue reading Babinda Boulders
There’s a woman in the dunny Blowing hair all around And talking incessantly Of problems, they abound. Campers are walking Their poodles and shih tzus Dawdling and chatting And sharing, the day’s news. There’ve been some young blokes Misbehaving in the park Drinking and fighting Even shooting, in the dark. We nomads are excited Our minds are all abuzz It’s not every morning We have breakfast, with the fuzz. – Lindsey Wood Continue reading There’s Movement at the Van Park