If you’re like us and looking to escape the crowds wherever possible, don’t mind being off the grid, and aren’t towing a big van (or you’re happy to ditch it for a few days in paradise) then Eurimbula Creek campground in the Eurimbula National Park is one of my favourite campsites along the east coast.
This is one of those great spot that’s easy access for anyone travelling around Port Lincoln.
Whalers Way is about 40 minutes out of town and easy access no matter your vehicle or what your towing.
One of the main things people always say is holding them back from exploring this amazing country is money or lack of. Touring is one of those double-edged swords. Unfortunately, there is no way to get out and about without spending money.
Queensland is known for its islands surrounded by crystal blue waters. Normally when you think of these tropical islands you are thinking of the Whitsunday’s coast. Flying north and getting a boat out to relax on the white sand beaches.
If you’re like me, then many an hour has been lost laughing at the carnage created by sand. Pages on facebooks like ” I got bogged at Inskip Point” highlight the dont’s when it comes to sand driving. So in an attempt to keep you from becoming a star, I have put together a few tips for keeping momentum.
For the 76,000km’s of the Rangers life, it has had Mickey Thompson ATZ P3 tyres on it. Why these? Well, I had good success with these on my last work truck, which spent a massive amount of its time in and out of coal mines so I thought I’d test them as a touring tyre.
In every truck or trailer I have owned, I have had some form of dual battery monitoring. Be it a simple digital voltage meter to a full battery management system with DC shunts to monitor current, I have tried them all.
Just a quick run down the M1 (from either Newcastle or Sydney), you take the Peats Ridge Road exit and a few minutes later you are at Somersby Falls. Situated in the Brisbane Waters National Park, these falls are a great spot for a day trip.
Sometimes you just need to get away and take a break for the weekend…and about 3 hours north of Sydney you will find a little caravan park nestled on the Smith Lakes, perfect for such an escape.
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