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WOOLGOOLGAOFFROAD - COFFS HARBOUR
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I started Woolgoolga offroad back in the early nineties, after moving north of Coffs Harbour. The idea of my blog is to highlight the travels where I go and what is happening in my 4wd and camping world.
I started Woolgoolga offroad back in the early nineties, after moving north of Coffs Harbour. The idea of my blog is to highlight the travels where I go and what is happening in my 4wd and camping world.

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CURRAWINYA NP...QLD with CTA
Heard of Currawinya NP in far western QLD ?... In this months edition of Camper Trailer Australia magizine you can read all about the amazing features that this place holds. Ruins, waterholes, big sheds, remote camping, the twin lakes and it's home to the a...
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CULLENDORE STATION
Cullendore is in the heart of granite country where unique borders sit quietly weathering away. This is a secluded station where you travel nearly 3 km from the front gate just to office, and then some to the many camp grounds around the property. To welcom...
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CUNNAMULLA
The locals in Cunnamulla- western Queensland, all say their town is  ‘’appealing naturally !!’’, …to me it was just another pass through town to  somewhere else, until now. I was actually passing through to go further west  but several very hot days had me ...
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ST GEORGE QLD exploring with Camper trailer Australia
A lot of people may not know that there is a bucket load of history in western Queensland and you don't have to travel for days to find it. Just 520 km west of Brisbane, or a good days drive, is the quiet town of St George in the Balonne shire. Major Thomas...
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NARRABRI..NW NSW
Narrabri in the NW region of NSW is a great spot with some hidden treasures nearby. A bustling city that is home to wheat, cotton and cattle growers where two major highways intersect the town. Great cafes, wineries and touring routes it’s not a bad place t...
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CUNNAMULLA DREAMING......camper trailer aust magazine
The locals in Cunnamulla- western Queensland, all say their town is ‘’appealing naturally !!’’, …to me it was just another pass through town to somewhere else, until now. I was actually passing through to go further west but several very hot days had me gro...
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THE GORGE STATION...nthrn nsw
Want a quick isolated camping getaway ? The Gorge Station is located 75km north west from Grafton, northern NSW. This working cattle station lies on the banks of the upper reaches of the Clarence River with 10kms of river frontage. Hidden in various mountai...
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GEORGES CREEK...upper Macleay River
90 kms west of Kempsey there is a great getaway where you can widdle away days at a time beside the upper reaches of the mighty Macleay River. This hidden gem is known locally as Georges Junction, where the Macleay River lets the smaller Georges Creek adjoi...
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THANKS....

I would like to say a huge thanks to everyone who follows my travels, wether it be on FB, my blog, google + or Instagram. Just recently I've had some great personal messages which definatly go a long way in continuing to seek, explore and report.

I am very lucky that I've been able to travel and explore the past few years to some amazing places and with some bloody awesome people I must say. Most of these people are still in my circle ( or I'm still in theirs which I am grateful for ) but some have faded away for one reason or another.

We live in a lucky country here in Australia, we don't need permits to cross the borders, we have lots of wide open spaces to roam or camp and we are not controlled in where we go, how we do it or what we see. My trip planning is getting full for 2017 and beyond-I love it.

Best thing to do is not say one day-go and mark a day on the calender and make it happen. It might only be 30 min up the road but it's all about doing it and seeing what we have out there. Even just for one night-get away.

All the best to everyone for 2017 and I hope to see you out there. Use this technoligy age to your advantage, plan your trips, post up some amazing pics but take time to turn off the phone and enjoy.
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12/15/16
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90 kms west of Kempsey there is a great getaway where you can widdle away days at a time beside the upper reaches of the mighty Macleay River. This hidden gem is known locally as Georges Junction, where the Macleay River lets the smaller Georges Creek adjoin to begin its journey to the coast. The region is a large and secluded wilderness area with a rugged and scenic river system, which provides a habitat for an extensive bird and animal population. There are no facilities (apart from a single drop toilet ) so you need to be well-equipped, there are plenty of excellent opportunities to explore this unspoilt environment from camping, 4wding, horse riding, fishing, canoeing and bushwalking. It is possible to make this a stop over whilst travelling from the coast to the tablelands.
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12/13/16
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