Mid-Western Regional

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5 travelers at this place:

  • Day10

    Mudgee wine region

    April 13, 2017 in Australia ⋅ ⛅ 68 °F

    Reluctantly left the swamp camp to head on a full days drive North to the Mudgee wine region and loop back towards the coast through beautiful and varied countryside. A quick stop in Mudgee to re-supply and have a wander around the old (for Australia!) buildings. On the way out of town we stopped at a vineyard which also had a great collection of vintage motorcycles.
    The wildlife was out in force and included two emu next to the road and a spiky Echidna, a large porcupine type creature the size of a football and pencil size spines - they can grow up to 50cm long. Much of the mileage today was on dusty gravel tracks.
    Stopped in a free community campsite with bbq facilities and a tennis court! This particular site had drinking water and toilet facilities, however most remote sites we have stayed at are basic with a non-flush compost toilet , no electricity or shelter and water has to be taken with you. Many service stations and sports/parks have free hot showers so we can stay fresh and sociable!
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  • Day26

    Old cemetery, Hargraves

    November 22, 2017 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 21 °C

    Nigel took me out to an old long-forgotten graveyard he discovered in the bush while he was prospecting. A couple of the headstones were very clean, but most had fallen into disrepair.

  • Day34


    November 30, 2017 in Australia ⋅ 🌙 22 °C

    Stopped at the pub for a lemon squash and a chat. Parked at Green's Point by the river. No signal, no tap water, no FM radio. 3 vans including us, nice neighbours, Carol & Peter, and a couple from Wollongong on the other side. Then another van arrived, and parked right in front of us! Really disappointed, so Nige talked to them but they didn't seem to care. The following day, Carol & Peter left, so we moved into their spot. Then it started raining quite hard, and the rude interlopers must have remembered what Nige told them about the river rising, and they left.Read more

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