Lawn Hill National Park

30/7/14 - Into the Island Stack walk early before the heat of the day. It's a 4km return walk. Mostly pretty easy but there is 200m that is a steep climb up steps to the top, but the view is amazing and worth the climb. The rest if the walk takes you around the top … Continue reading Lawn Hill National Park

Q – Lawn Hill National Park

Lawn Hill, Boodjamulla, National Park - T, S, B, OR, M, W, $. Lawn Hill is a favorite and special place for us. Whether you stay here at the National Park or at Adels Grove, you are sure to have a wonderful time. Standard Qld national park fees apply, booking needs to be done online. … Continue reading Q – Lawn Hill National Park

Heading towards Lawn Hill

28/7/14 - We are back to dewy morning and the days are a bit humid. A big travel day today along mostly dirt road, makes it a long day. We had to call into Borroloola to fill up with fuel, $1.85l. As nice as it is to visit other states it's always nice to be back … Continue reading Heading towards Lawn Hill

Beautiful Breathtaking Waterfalls

Some videos of the amazing waterfalls and swimming areas in the Jardine River National Park. We really loved our time here and look forward to going back and spending a week in the National Park. Eliot Falls Twin Falls The Saucepan Fruit Bat Falls

Lake Nuga Nuga

7th April - It drizzled light rain all night. We woke to overcast skies. We were ready to get up early with the birds as it were but it was raining and the birds didn't get up that early. It wasn't until 10.30am before the Lillie's started to open. We spent the day walking around … Continue reading Lake Nuga Nuga

Q – Nuga Nuga National Park

Nuga Nuga National Park - $, OF, W. There are no facilities at the lake, camping is bush camping wherever you can find a spot it seems. There are lots of areas around the lake. Sites are rocky, and uneven, lots of trees, lots of flies, lots of bugs. Self registration at hut. Awesome spot, … Continue reading Q – Nuga Nuga National Park

Nuga Nuga National Park

6th April - After packing up we ducked back up to the lookout and picnic area. Great views back over the valley. Wow Nuga Nuga Lake is huge. It is the largest natural water body within the central Qld sandstone belt. And birds wow, heaps of them. Dead trees in the lake with lots of … Continue reading Nuga Nuga National Park

Birdsville and the Birdsville Track

Tues 10th - We woke to a wet foggy morning, we could hear the drip drip drip coming off the branches above us, dripping onto the canvas. Don't think there has been any rain just very heavy fog, at 9.30 it still hasn't lifted. As we don't have the annex up we have retreated into … Continue reading Birdsville and the Birdsville Track