Breakdown Blues – Day 31 – Gayndah

Day 31 Tuesday 5/7/2022 Kandanga to Gayndah, even wetter 9 – 11 It rained all night and this morning the ground is all puddles making it hard for the boys to pack up. This rain band stretches way down the east coast and we’re only getting the lightest of it. Just outside Gympie we see a large solar array which we presume services the city of Gympie. This is not an easy day for driving the rain is incessant, the road winds and climbs, there is always someone behind wanting to overtake yet most of the way it is double … Continue reading Breakdown Blues – Day 31 – Gayndah

It’s a long way to the top, Day 83 – The entertainment value of a CB radio

Day 83 Wednesday Aug 27th 2014 Moura to Gayndah Moura is a purpose-built coal mining town, neat, tidy and quite spread out. As we leave town we pass the Queensland Nitrogen Plant. Wondering what it is and what QNP stands … Continue reading It’s a long way to the top, Day 83 – The entertainment value of a CB radio

Service With a Smile in Gayndah

In Gayndah, Qld there is travellers rest called Zonhoven Park beside the Burnett River just east of town. We spent a peaceful night there in 2015: It is quite a pleasant spot and there is a farm beside us. The river is about 10 metres below the park and its far bank has to be 400 metres away. There is a beautiful sunset over the river as we chat to a local lady who is out walking her dog and pleased to see us sitting outside. She says that most campers set up then lock themselves away for the night. … Continue reading Service With a Smile in Gayndah