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Cameron Corner

By |May 14th, 2016|

Cameron Corner is the corner where the three states of N.S.W, Queensland & South Australia meet at the dog fence, is the longest in Australia. You go through a gate which you have to shut. A building can be seen & as you get closer you see it’s a Trading Post, petrol station & pub. We enjoyed a pie, chips & a beer before leaving. You can camp there $35 powered, $25 unpowered. We stayed at Fort Grey in Sturt N.P for $12 unpowered plus the car entry of $8, but we bought an annual pass.  

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Tiboorburra

By |May 14th, 2016|

Tibooburra is a lovely little town, situated in the north western corner of N.S.W. We came in on the dirt road from Bourke to Wanaaring which was a bit unpleasant, although the section to Tibooburra was well maintained. The easier route would be on the Silver City Hwy from Broken Hill. We couldn’t fill our tank with water as they had some issues with their supply. Water is precious out here.  

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Sturt National Park

By |May 14th, 2016|

MT WOOD, DEAD HORSE GULLY & FORD GREY CAMPGROUNDS The beautiful, Sturt N.P is in the top left hand corner of N.S.W. We took the Gorge Loop Road & camped at Mount Wood Campground & visited the shearers shed & quarters. We continued on & took the Jump Up Loop & the Middle Road 4WD tracks to Fort Grey Campground. Along the way Kangaroos jumped out in front of us & Emus appeared at intervals. It’s surprising you would think that the roos’ would have evolved as the motor car appeared in the outback, but they will actually jump on [...]

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Bourke & Gundabooka National Park

By |May 11th, 2016|

Bourke is a lovely town in NSW. A visit to the Info Centre gives you all the information for what to do in the area. Gundabooka N.P is around 50 klms along the Kidman Way to the N.P turn off. The Mulgowan Aboriginal Art site was worth a visit. We camped at the deserted “Dry Tank Campground” & had a very peaceful night, being the only ones there. The walk the next morning went through Mulga woodlands to the Little Mountain where you can the view the N/W escarpment of the Gundabooka Range. A few birds were sighted & we were [...]

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