Setting Up Camp

We have been on the road for 3 months and set up camp countless times, it now takes us only 6 minutes from the time we pull up to sitting down and taking in the view! We are loving our simple set up, thats quick, organised and can go anywhere we need it to.

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Month 3 Update

As I sit and reflect on the month that has been, the coals on the fire are glowing keeping my feet, still in thongs, toasty warm. Around me the crickets are singing, stars glistening and the smells of earth and grass waft around me. I can’t help but reflect on how privileged I am that for tonight and for a short period of time this is my living room and backyard.
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Chillagoe, a small town surrounded by wonderful limestone formations, caves, refreshing swimming holes and pure rugged beauty.


Old Coach Road

In the late 1800’s Old Coach Road was the sole connection of the Palmer River Goldfields to the outside world. Today it is renown as the toughest 4WD track on the Cape and we were keen to put Steve’s skills to the test on this long and rocky road.

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Month 2

Over the last month we have conquered the Frenchman’s and Old Coach Road, which have been absolutely fantastic 4wd tracks with gorgeous scenery along the way. We have cringed and cheered at the Laura Rodeo. Slowed down to absorb in Rinyirru (Lakefield) National Park and the Quinkan Aboriginal rock art.

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