Tree of Knowledge, Capricorn Caves and the Town of 1770

Tree of Knowledge, Capricorn Caves and the Town of 1770

We left Mount Isa to complete the final part of our big loop.  If you missed our previous posts you can find them below: Barkly Homestead, Lake Moondarra, and Mount Isa Underground Hospital Lorella Springs Wilderness Park On the way back to Brisbane, we were planning to visit our friends in Rockhampton plus finally go…

Barkly Roadhouse and Mount Isa Underground Hospital

Barkly Roadhouse and Mount Isa Underground Hospital

In the first part of our trip, after visiting Lawn Hill National Park, Seven Emu Station and Lorella Springs we were ready to go back, but this time we took a different route. Our plan was to visit Heartbreak Hotel, Barkly Roadhouse, Lake Moondarra and Mount Isa Underground Hospital. Read about Lawn Hill National Park…

Brisbane to Birdsville – On the way to Simpson Desert

Brisbane to Birdsville – On the way to Simpson Desert

After finishing our trip around Australia, soon after we had an opportunity to go to the Simpson Desert for the first time. Driving from Brisbane to Birdsville was the first part of our big adventure. This was really an unplanned trip, but there was a reason for it. 50th Anniversary of crossing the Simpson Desert…

Stunning Fremantle Shipwrecks Museum and old town

Stunning Fremantle Shipwrecks Museum and old town

Today, for the second and last time, we left the trailer for final service. This time it was some cosmetic fixes – the door in the refrigerator, straightening the screw in the leg, installing baskets for a pair of new cans at the back.  Then, we finally had more time to explore Perth, and to…

Geraldton Museum – touching maritime stories

Geraldton Museum – touching maritime stories

Heavy clouds hung over us all the way to Geraldton. Fortunately, it didn’t rain, so we had time to visit the town, which is beautifully situated by the ocean.  Geraldton city center has also been restored in recent years and looks very pleasant. The new houses, which were built in the style of small period…

Broome – the luxury pearling capital of Australia

Broome – the luxury pearling capital of Australia

We arrived in Broome early afternoon. This time we chose a different caravan park. It was further away from the centre, but we had more space. We had a long list of places to visit: ‘Staircase to the moon’, Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park, camels on famous Cable Beach, Chinatown and its pearling story, Matso’s Brewery and…

Stunning 5 Rivers Lookout in Wyndham

Stunning 5 Rivers Lookout in Wyndham

The road to Wyndham meandered through the mountains. There were no lanes to overtake slower vehicles, and sometimes we trailed for miles, waiting for a long stretch of straight route. The Grotto Just before Wyndham we stopped at The Grotto that is located 20 km from the town. The Grotto is a set of small canyons filled…

5 must see stunning around Darwin attractions

5 must see stunning around Darwin attractions

After seeing the 11 best Darwin attractions we decided to go for more exploration, this time around Darwin. #1 Berry Springs Nature Park Our next tourist destination around Darwin was Berry Springs Nature Park. The park is located 47 kilometres south of Darwin. We expected to go for a walk in the shade of the trees,…