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Discussion in 'Australia' started by taranaki, Jul 8, 2018.
Can you still free camp there?
Saw these two oldies while out and about today. Rotary has around 12,000 klms on it. Local picked it up from a family in SA where it had been stored since the late 70's.
Think its free for 1 week
Honourable No. 1 son and I usually go to Bright for the hot rod show weekend in November but with the cancellation had to make do with NSW goodness this weekend.
Tuena General Store trading well
Grove Creek flowing well
With apologies to Austen Tayshus
Hydro Majestic from 6' Track
Vale of Clwydd
Hole in the Wall Gang
Fellows of Colour Hand Track
Wolgan from Ben Bullen Track
Ben Bullen bogs
Turon Gates bridge
Palmers Oakey Cemetery
Marrangaroo never disappoints
Clearer shot of the Hampton Road letterbox
The Bloody Cutting sign didn't last long - missing today. The Bastards Point sign at the Edith Road end has also disappeared.
Jenolan Caves House
Wombeyan Caves Road
Still signed as closed and now with a detour along Lang Road to avoid the caves area
Shoalhaven muddy looking in the Bungonia area
Another hole in the wall
Yet another hole in the wall, the Grand Arch
Hydro Majestic from Megalong not zoomed
Vale of Clwydd WTF?
My daughters partner, is an engineer with Wingecarribee Shire Council, and he tells me the road from Wombeyan Caves to Bowral has been cleared, and is passable, just.
They are leaving the road closed signs in place.
Sunny afternoon at the beach.
Busy morning in Strahan,
Electric Eric’s dam
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like that last one ... looks a treat ...= fun
I did a 100 km of tight narrow roads today.
New Karri Plantation Osmington Road Margaret River
New offices for Australia Post
On the way home. Checked out one of my favourite camping spots on the Mersey River
Badgerys Spur Shoalhaven view
Jamberoo Road is still closed. So is Tourist Road along the ridge at Cambewarra.
Kangaroo River upstream from Carrington Falls
Carrington Falls looking good today
Kangaroo Valley Road
Looking across the valley to Barrengarry
Kangaroo Valley bridge
So even the Post Office Tree is but a remnant of its former self...