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Long Drive from Brisbane

Brad, Nath & I drove north west of Brisbane through Toowoomba, Dalby, Roma & Injune up to Carnarvon Gorge through agricultural country – cotton, wheat, corn - towing our campervan for a few days break. It is about due west of Gladstone

After about 8 hours we reached the park entrance & drove the last 40 km on a dirt road & set up our van at Takarakka Bush Resort where we camped in a clearing. Wallabies came so close to us but unfortunately we didn't spot any platypus in the rock pools.

Carnarvon Gorge is known for its towering rock cliffs, rugged ravines & wildlife.

Flat like Kansas

Flat like Kansas


Getting closer

Getting closer


Bottle Tree in Roma

Bottle Tree in Roma


Australian Bush

Australian Bush


Track into Carnarvon

Track into Carnarvon


Wallabies

Wallabies


Our campervan

Our campervan

Posted by hillbillyramsey 17:00 Archived in Australia

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