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Sep 18, 2017 - Cane Farm Experience

Monday Busy morning today after leaving Groper Creek we head into Home Hill once more to collect supplies before heading west of Home Hill to stay @ a Cane Farm for a few days. Finally, arrived after a near miss turn, the farm is beside a creek and the sites are in between mango trees - after the caretaker Leo gives us plenty of sites to pick from we finally settle in for the day. Plenty of bird life around and of course farm stock such as ducks and chooks. The farm stay offers power and water for 12.50 per night there is no toilet & shower...

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Sep 11, 2017 - More Hunting and Gathering - Groper Creek

Monday On our way south we have stopped off overnight at Alva Beach Caravan Park. After a quick setup Trevor has gone to check out the beach while the rest of us relax once again. On arriving back both Bob and Trevor decide to clean the vehicles so Danie and I decide to take a walk down to the beach for some photos and exercise - that done it is Happy Hour. Once again 4 o'clock Happy Hour has gone over time and it is near 8pm already - time for dinner and bed. Tuesday Up early and we are off to Ayr to do some shopping with the men going one...

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Sep 7, 2015 - Day 72 - 74 / Home Hill

At last we have moved on from Townsville after a record ten days in one place. We even got a hug from Ian and Cheryl, the caretakers, when we were leaving. Before we left town we had to go back to the battery place to find out the verdict on our battery. It was not good so we had to buy a new battery and got a bigger capacity than we had - 120amh instead of 80amh. We are starting to move a little faster now. Today we came about 100 km which is further than we have been doing lately. Home Hill is only 12 km south of Ayr but is a cheaper...

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Aug 12, 2014 - Funny Dunny Park - Wunjunna south of Home Hill

After being stung by some severe camping fees because you have to pay for 2 extra people on the site even though they are two small boys, we decided to check out a donation camping spot on the coast. We went to a place at the mouth of the Elliot River which was on private property with the donation at the gate. After following a dirt road for about 6kms we found this weird shanty town at the mouth of a tidal river....rather creepy - not a good option! I went for a walk down a track that led to the river bank and saw u shaped tracks through...

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