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Michelle De Rooy
Travelling through life with something crafty in my hands
Travelling through life with something crafty in my hands

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The many benefits of free camping
Lots of room free camping at Bethune Park, Ouse, Qld We’ve been free camping for about 6 years now - all round Oz! It started as
a stop gap when travelling huge distances in Western Australia and we didn’t
have the energy to continue to drive to the next ca...

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Free Camping at Lake Colac
Just 8km out of Colac and right on the lake is a great little free camp.
The campsites are mostly level and grassy with minimal shady sites. You can get full sun if you park further back. It is basically a long strip of camp sites that run along the shore...

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Mornington Penninsula and London Bridge
We started with the colourful bathing boxes at Mornington. These glorified sheds are timber boxes, the size of a single garage shed. Apparently they are not allowed to have any plumbing in them. Thus no toilets or plumbed kitchen. Still if you were going do...

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Massaman Curried Chicken
Looking for a non spicy Thai curry? Then you will like this yummy chicken massaman curry made with the left over BBQ Chicken which we had picked up the day before. Keeping a jar of the various curry pastes is a quick & fabulous way to add variety to your c...

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Marlay Point at Lake Wellington
Marlay Point Free Camping Site is just in front of Lake Wellington Yacht Club which is approximately 18 kms from Sale on Clydebank Road. Note: The turnoff is easily missed, so keep an eye open and use the GPS coordinates to help you find this great locatio...

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Wilsons Promontory
Wilsons Promontory is a very popular camping destination. It is Victoria's largest coastal wilderness . We didn't camp here but visited for a couple of hours. A panoramic view. Click through to larger image It is really not much to see just from a drive thr...

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Cape Conran & Marlo
Cape Conran Coastal Park is about 30 mins from Orbost towards the coast past Marlo. We didn't stay here but there are 135 campsites, 7 cabins, 1 lodge and wilderness retreats located at Cape Conran. You can click the link above for all the details on the ty...

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Free camping on the Snowy River
We drove into Orbost around 2pm where we went shopping then headed for a free camp out the Marlo Road, free camping beside the Snowy River. The Snowy River runs into the sea nearby at Marlo. There are several free-camps right on the banks of the Snowy River...

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Cann River Rainforest Caravan Park
The Cann River Rainforest Caravan Park is a partly shaded caravan park on the south bank of the Cann River. It is within easy walking distance to the local pub and shops. The fuel prices here beat those of surrounding towns by 5-10cents a litre. The town ha...
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