Linda Baxter

Joined November 2018Living in: Currimundi, Australia
  • Day24


    December 17, 2018 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 26 °C

    Left Echuca to head to Tocumwal Town Beach where we will be staying for a couple of nights. While here we went and checked out the big Strawberry, also a drive to Corowa where we did the Whiskey tour at the Chocolate and Whiskey Distillery. Enjoyed a lovely lunch in Yarrawonga and a look around Lake Mulwala. We also enjoyed a couple of amazing sunsets.Read more

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  • Day21


    December 14, 2018 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 19 °C

    We greatly enjoyed our time in Echua, it was pouring with rain the day we arrived and had a big storm that night. Woke the next day to a cool morning which turned into a gorgeous day. While here we did a guided tour through the discovery centre and old wharf..a cruise on an old paddle steamer called the Alexander Arbuthnot. She was built in 1923.
    Also visited the Holden Museum and The Aussie Beer Shed which was amazing.
    On our last day we drove to Rochester to see the Silo murals.
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  • Day19


    December 12, 2018 in Australia ⋅ ⛅ 31 °C

    Today we left Lake Boga and drove to Boort to see The Spanner Man and his amazing sculptures he makes from spanners. Had a walk around town and the lakeuntil it started to rain. Had a big storm at night and it is meant to rain tomorrow .. Stayed at Boort Showgrounds donation for power.

  • Day17

    Lake Boga

    December 10, 2018 in Australia ⋅ ⛅ 28 °C

    Spent a lovely 2 nights here..first day we just sat back and enjoyed the view especially the awesome sunset. Next day we went into Swan Hill and had a look around..that night we went to the Heartbeat of the Murray River..story of the Murray done with lights lazer and water..brilliant.

  • Day13


    December 6, 2018 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 36 °C

    We stayed at the Sunraysia CP as temperatures were expected to hit 40 plus for next few days. It was a very unusual setup for a caravan park. We did a cruise down the river on a paddle steamer through lock 11. A drive out to Red Cliffs and on the way back we stopped at a fruit stall and bought some lovely fresh fruit. On our last night we enjoyed an awesome sunset.Read more

  • Day9


    December 2, 2018 in Australia ⋅ 🌙 19 °C

    Arrived in Wentworth and ended up staying 4 nights..this town was like a breath of fresh air after being in the bush.
    We had a good look around town. The Murray and Darling Rivers meet here. We visited the Perry Sandhills and the Botanic Garden.

  • Day8

    Mungo National Park

    December 1, 2018 in Australia ⋅ ⛅ 29 °C

    Arrived in Pooncarrie after driving along a horrible corrugated dusty road from Menindee. Had lunch at the old Wharf before finding a camp spot along the dying Darling river where we stayed for 2 nights. It is so sad seeing the condition of this river .. they are deverting the water to the hungry cotton farmers and people along the river miss out. .Spent the arvo cleaning some of the dust out of our van.
    While here we visited the Mungo National Park and did the self drive tour around a series of lakes that have dried up over 42,000yrs ago. Mungo Man and Mungo lady remains were discovered here..the oldest human skeletons found in Australia.
    We really enjoyed the formation of this awesome area..especially walking around the Wall of China.
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  • Day2

    Menindee Lakes

    November 25, 2018 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 21 °C

    Left Broken Hill to go and spend some time around the Menindee Lakes area ..found a campsite at Burke and Wills campsite..only us and Chris Kylie and family there. Had a lovely two nights stay and moved to another camp site on the weir. One day we went for a drive into Menindee and the National Park..checked out the Homestead and Woolshed. So very dry would be a site to see when full of water. The boys have been catching yabbies.Read more

  • Day0


    November 23, 2018 in Australia ⋅ ⛅ 16 °C

    Today we spent the day exploring the Historic town of Silverton an old silver mining town. Now a population of 40. We also stopped at The Palace Hotel in Broken Hill on the way home.

  • Day0

    Broken Hill

    November 21, 2018 in Australia ⋅ 🌬 22 °C

    Arrived in Broken Hill in the middle of a dust storm that got worse as the day war on.
    We ended up spending 4 nights in Broken Hill and enjoyed our stay after the dust settled, but it was still very windy and cold. Very weird weather.
    While we were here we did the Hertiage Tour, The awesome Sculptures,Pro Hart Gallery, The Big Picture, The Palace Hotel and The Miners Memorial.Read more

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