We spent the night stealthing in the beautiful little village of Kingscliff. And by ‘stealthing’ I mean at dusk we found a quiet non-residential spot just on the edge of … Continue reading Kingscliff
The original peoples of the area called it Gulum after the ‘blunt’ or ‘headless’ peak of the nearby Coolum mountain. The first Europeans here were shipwrecked in 1823, and if you … Continue reading Coolum.
Late afternoon and we pulled into the Bendemeer campground about 35 minutes north of Tamworth. The sharp elbow turnoff is a little concealed, and is followed by a short 200m … Continue reading Bendemeer
Right up front I can tell you I am not a big fan of country and western music. I think this is a direct result of going on holidays to … Continue reading Tamworth