Just like a missile we were seeking the warmth, and looking at the forecast for the towns in central Australia, we were going in the right direction. On this next leg we had to travel over the border into SA again. As we had taken a different route we were welcomed this time by the… Read More »Heat seeking Molly….
After Karen has had been to the Artesian Spa, we set off out of Lightening Ridge for Nindigully Pub, which is just outside of St George in Queensland. Leaving Lighteing Ridge we turned right onto the Castlereagh highway and headed for the Queensland Border. It didn’t take long to get to the Queensland Border as… Read More »Camping at Nindigully Pub
After a quick pack up at Bourke we hit the road, the original plan was to head Moree as Karen was set on bathing in the thermal springs. Karen’s Dad was giving us a hard time about not going to Lightning Ridge, being an ex opal miner, so we decided that we would go to… Read More »Quirky Lightning Ridge
Packing up from Trilby had us heading further north towards Bourke. But first a quick stop in for a coffee and some breakfast. It wasn’t far to Louth so we thought we would stop and enjoy a tasty egg & bacon roll, and a hot coffee. We stopped at Shindy’s Inn, one of the character… Read More »Back of Bourke Via Louth
During our down time in the last couple of days we had mapped ourselves out a rough route to travel. Next stop on our horizon was to be another working station, this one was one we had connected with on Facebook. Asking around fellow travellers, many people has said that it was well worth the… Read More »Million Star Camping at Trilby Station
We packed up from our squeezy campsite at Broken Hill and it was time to move off. We found out why the town and the caravan park was so busy. It was the 50th anniversary of the St Patricks Race Club of Broken Hill and everybody was in town for the St Paddys day racing… Read More »Daydreaming
Molly has been an excellent vehicle and has comfortably carried us around so far on our trip, on smooth bitumen roads as well as some rather corrugated and potholed patches of land that are called roads. She has carried us well, but it was time to send her off for a service and make sure… Read More »Found the Ancestors at Broken Hill