CUDDLE SOME CROCS WITH FURRY

If reptiles are your thing this is the show for you. You will get to pat an iguana, plus hold a large Burmese Python, and even a croc! Let me introduce “Furry”!  Furry… What can I say?  You can feel the passion flowing through his words… Crocs, goannas, snakes and the very poisonous tiger snake. Furry grabs […]

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NEW ENGLAND TABLELAND

Sitting atop the Great Dividing Range, the New England tableland is a vast landscape of sheep and cattle grazing with a adventure sport scene. This is also the spiritual home of Australian country music – the biggest Country music festival in Australia is held in Tamworth in late January.. I was a bit sad to […]

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THE LAST STOP – DORRIGO NP

The last stop on our easter road trip (and what a great stop) – Dorrigo National Park in the ancient Gondwana Rainforest. Was almost dark but we wanted to stop.. jump out of the car and had a quick lok in the map to see which treks we were able to do with some daylight… […]

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ARAKOON – TRIAL BAY GAOL

Arakoon State Conservation Area is home to Trial Bay Gaol (1886), a picturesque ruin which was built as a public works prison but was also used as a World War I internment camp. The gaol is surrounded by rocky foreshores and beautiful sandy beaches. Paul and I did m ost of the walking treks and […]

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WAKING UP WITH KANGAROOS @ YOUR DOOR

After the Blues Fest we drived south to South West Rocks (sorry try to trace our trip on a map but noooo luck!!).. We picthed our tinny little tent (yes!! you would never believed how well prepared aussies are when camping!!) and we woke up with different ypes of neighbours… KANGAROOS!! straight in front of […]

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MT WARNING – WOLLUMBIN

  The dramatic peak of Mt Warning dominates the all area. Since we moved to Kingscliff we looked to Mt Warning everyday.. And it seemed funny that we never climbed..   Its name was bestowed by Captain Cook , who used the mountain as a landmark for avoiding Point Danger on the Tweed Coast.   […]

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