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Kiama area.

Stopping in Kiama for a couple of nights. After a horrendous first day of high-thirties heat and blow-torch winds things finally settled down and Kelly got to catch up with her BFF, Sharon. Today Sharon took us out to see the nearby Bombo Quarry , a spectacular geological cubist construct of Kiama sandstone and porphyritic […]

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Panda man.

In the midst of a heatwave, things can get weird.

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Port Macquarie

Revisiting a family holiday spot.

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Ripley walk-thru.

We have owned Ripley (she is named after Sigourney Weaver’s kick-butt character in the movie Alien) for nigh on 3 years now. She has served us well and carried us safely through many trips around Australia. I thought I would share a quick no-frills, no-filter walk through of her interior. Stats: Length: 7.13 metres Height: […]

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South West Rocks.

Location: ///adopts.innovations.nicked A pretty little town with gorgeous beachfront’s. A place that seems to have resisted any developer’s spoiling hands thus far. But the potential is there…teetering. I sorta imagine it to be like a Byron Bay of thirty years ago. Sure there are pockets of spanking modern units poking out here and there, but […]

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Macksville.

Location: ///siesta.picket.rarely Tonight we are free camping at a Lions park right beside the Nambucca river. This is great. The local Lions Club provide a few large parking spots for self-contained rigs to stay overnight right next to their Macksville park. That’s all we need. 7×2 metres of level ground. If it’s next to a […]

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Nambucca Heads.

We have never stayed here before. But we will stay here again. For sure.

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Waterfall Way deux.

When part two is even better than part one.

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The iron mamoth graveyard.

The largest steam engine collection in the world is currently off-limits.