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Cunnamulla
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Cunnamulla

Jul 5, 2016 by

It was an interesting drive from Thargomindah to Cunnamulla and we stopped about halfway at Eulo for a look around at the opal shop. We all bought some rocks of some sort and continued on our way to Warrego Riverside Tourist Park where we luckily jagged a powered site for 2 nights without a booking.

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Thargomindah
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Thargomindah

Jul 3, 2016 by

Thargomindah is just one of those place names that invite you to visit. Just to see what its like. It was a fairly short drive from Noccundra at under 3 hours and we were all looking forward to hot showers and caravan park amenities. The road there is good single lane bitumen and the drive gives a good appreciation for what channel country looks...

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The Dig Tree
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The Dig Tree

Jul 3, 2016 by

We packed up fairly early and headed over to the pub at Noccundra to fuel up in preperation of a run to the Dig Tree. Having a chat with the lady that ran the pub while paying for the fuel (not too bad at $1.71/l) she mentioned they get the road closures report about 9am and they were expecting a few more roads to...

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Noccundra
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Noccundra

Jul 2, 2016 by

Topped up with fuel and food in Quilpie and hit the road towards Eromanga. Arrived in town about lunchtime so we thought we would do our traditional iconic pub lunch of a beer and a plate of chips. Picked up the key to the local museum at the pub and had a good look through some really cool displays. The video is a must...

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Lake Houdraman
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Lake Houdraman

Jun 29, 2016 by

We’re a little bit lost without our original planned itinery now that we’ve struck the road closures. Only a short drive today from Charleville to Quilpie. Decided to check out a free camp on the way into town at a place called Lake Houdraman. Was a bit worried at what we’d find as the road out of town was still noted as closed and...

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Charleville
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Charleville

Jun 28, 2016 by

With one of our longest driving days today we left Chinchilla weir at a very leisurely 8.30am. We have a reservation at our destination and with such a minimal set up when we arrive one of the real joys of the van is the removal of the need to get there early. We stopped at the very busy Roma Bakery for a late morning...

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