Show us your campsite

Discussion in 'Camping Australia' started by Aspro, Dec 26, 2009.

  1. Jethro

    Jethro Active Member

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    And another "You Camp" at Bucca out the back of Nambucca Heads on the way home.
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    We put the two teenage kids in these "Jet Tent, Bunkers" from OZ Tent, roll up like a swag and up on the front rack, 30 second set up time. This was the first trip we have had them on and they are brilliant!!
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  2. vassy69SC

    vassy69SC Active Member

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    Another stop in Tassie that I have to share. It is Brady Lake which is not far from Lake St. Clair heading towards Hobart.
    It is free camping and was such a great place for sunset and sunrise that we had to go back a second time.
    I now it is the T6 and how boring are we ... but ;) 6250km in 4 weeks was a little easier in the SKV
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  3. Jethro

    Jethro Active Member

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    Oh, very nice vassy69sc, love Tassie
     
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  4. Tangles

    Tangles Well-Known Member

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    Southend. One of the few places to escape the lovely heatwave in SA this week. The top of this dune is half way between kombi and ocean. #legworkout
     
  5. Barry

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    Just had 3 nights camping at North Head at Moruya (Aerodrome) on the South Coast NSW.
    No pics - but not a bad place to camp.
    Whilst it was pretty busy on Australia Day the following nights were much better
    Some campers were telling it was pretty quiet though earlier - surprising as it was the Christmas period

    The beach was smashed by sea weed but an hours walk up to Broulee and there was a brilliant beach there for swimming
    Surprisingly "brisk" in the water though
     
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  6. chris taylor

    chris taylor Well-Known Member

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    Hey Brian ,r u able to make it to Rapid bay in a couple of weeks time ???? 17th N 18th feb,,,,,,,, if so ,good ,if not ,well may be another time .
    chris
     
  7. Tangles

    Tangles Well-Known Member

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    Location not to be disclosed.
    I may have violated a council bylaw here though.
     
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  8. wombatventures

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    Peninsula somewhere Brian?
     
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  9. Tangles

    Tangles Well-Known Member

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    Tonight, Hamish Mushpit the Magic Bus has decided to camp in this pine forest.
     
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  10. Tangles

    Tangles Well-Known Member

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    Cann river. A failed caravan park that has been turned into a free camp.
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  11. cbus

    cbus Well-Known Member

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    Beware rabid European fungi fanatics
     
  12. Tangles

    Tangles Well-Known Member

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    The grey nomads have scared most of them off.
     
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  13. cbus

    cbus Well-Known Member

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    The grannies getting territorial ? :D
     
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  14. Barry

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    We took Karsha for probably her last camp on the weekend

    We went to Bielany Campground in Upper Colo River Rd, Wheeny Creek.
    Love the name.
    Wish i could reply to "where do you live?".................."I live in Wheeny Creek"

    Nice spot. Apparently gets stoopid crowded in summer and long weekends, but only 2 other groups on the weekend.
    Yeah - a bit of rain on Saturday arvo, but the stars came out at night, and we had a cracking fire and a really good stash of red wine.

    It is only 20kms north of Windsor so really close for a quick get away in wintertime.

    Our other friends have dogs as well and they all get along.
    But we had to carry Karsha everywhere. She is Staffy / Alsatian cross and the Alsatian in her is causing havoc with her hips.
    Still - she had a great time by the fire, just sitting there (well she couldnt go anywhere) being with us.

    Might try and squeeze one more in if the next new moon is a clear night


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  15. Barry

    Barry Well-Known Member

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    Karsha
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    One of here friends
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  16. chris taylor

    chris taylor Well-Known Member

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    Way to go Barry ,good camp site ,fire and good friends, And of course a good bottle of red. Love the pics
     
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  17. wombatventures

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    Keep her with you whenever You can Barry. The memories from those trips last forever.
    Our little Rosie came to Hogwash Bend with us in April, and Copi Hollow the week after. The image of her standing in the Darling once again will last a lifetime.
     
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  18. Syncro27

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    Looks cozy.

    Definitely need a fire in this weather!
     
  19. Tangles

    Tangles Well-Known Member

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    The "how cold is it" thread does not apply here.
     
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  20. cbus

    cbus Well-Known Member

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    Only if one gets up at 10am.
    Friggin cold here last night.
    2C. Thank goodness it will be 24C by midday.
     
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