Galleries from Our Trip

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Each gallery has been assigned to an individual page and are listed here in reverse chronological order.  Use the links below to view the photos I’ve uploaded and, by all means, enjoy.

Daintree National Park
Far North Queensland, part of the Wet Tropics – Another World Heritage Area

Townsville’s Eclectic Shots
Our Home away from Home, Queensland’s North

Yellow Water Billabong
Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory – Another World Heritage Area

Bungle Bungle Range
Purnululu National Park, Western Australia

Across the Pilbara
Pilbara, Western Australia

Shark Bay
Gascoyne Region, Western Australia – Another World Heritage Area

The Pinnacles
Nambung National Park, Western Australia

The Southern Forests
South West, Western Australia

Karri Trees and More
South West, Western Australia

Beneath Margaret River
South West, Western Australia

Wildflower Wonderland
Cape Le Grand National Park, Western Australia

Cactus Beach
The Eyre Peninsula, South Australia

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
Central Australia, Northern Territory – Another World Heritage Area

Flinders Chase National Park
Kangaroo Island, South Australia

The Grampians
Grampians National Park, Victoria

Wildflowers in The Grampians
Grampians National Park, Victoria

Moss Vale Cherry Blossoms
Southern Highland, New South Wales

New South Wales

Pigeon House Mountain
Moreton National Park, New South Wales

Fitzroy Falls and The Bridge
Moreton National Park and Kangaroo Valley, New South Wales

Point Perpendicular Lighthouse
Beecroft Peninsula, New South Wales

Booderee National Park
Jervis Bay Territory, New South Wales

North West Coast, Tasmania

Cradle Valley Boardwalk
(Sunday) Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Tasmania
Another part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area

Cradle Mountain
(Saturday) Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Tasmania
Another part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area

A World Heritage Cruise
Strahan, West Coast, Tasmania
Another part of the 
Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area

Mt Field National Park
Mount Field, Tasmania
Part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area

Port Arthur Historic Site
Lower East Coast, Tasmania

Darlington, Maria Island
Lower East Coast, Tasmania

Maria Island National Park
Lower East Coast, Tasmania

Freycinet National Park
Lower East Coast, Tasmania

Our Sunday Drive
North-east Tasmania

The Moon
Taken through a telescope

Saint Columba Falls
Pyengana, Tasmania

Halls Water Falls
Pyengana, Tasmania

Cataract Gorge Reserve
Launceston, Tasmania

Kiama and Kangaroo Valley
New South Wales – including some close up shots.

Prince Henry Cliff Walk
Katoomba, New South Wales

The Wangi Circuit Walking Track
Lake Macquarie, New South Wales

The Blooms in Gary’s Garden
Lake Macquarie, New South Wales

Dolphins Surfing
Corindi Beach New South Wales

Our First Bushwalk
Iluka Nature Reserve, New South Wales

A Few Images of Dicky Beach
Caloundra, Queensland

Our Mini Home
Handover on Friday, September 12, 2104

My First Photo Gallery
An eclectic collection of photos I’ve taken that I happen to like – a lot.

12 thoughts

  1. Will be following your blog with interest. We too are soon to buy a van and have been looking at Scope and Comfort Caravans on the web so it’s good to read your positive opinion of them both.


    1. Hi Glenda,

      Steven and Mel at Comfort Caravans are amazing and we couldn’t be happier with their service and support and (of cause) our Scope Panorama. I looked at the caravan image and information so often on their website that I simply had to bookmark their page. 🙂

      Thank you for your positive feedback on my rambling thoughts and I hope you continue to enjoy.



  2. We are researching caravans ATM and I’m very interested in the scope vans. I’d love to know why you bought a scope and what you see are the benefits. I hope you don’t mind me asking. Juene


    1. Hi Juene,

      We had been to the Queensland Caravan, Camping & Touring Holiday Show where we stepped in to and out of every caravan on display. This gave us a very good idea of what we wanted. The perfect caravan had to be the right size, without being too big, it had the comfortable without being overly expensive (we did have a budget to stick to) and it had to meet the requirements we entered onto our “Caravan Wish List”.

      The Scope Panorama ticked all the boxes except two – at is 20’6″ it is six inches longer than we wanted and it has only one solar panel. Steven at Comfort Caravans assured us we would not need a second one, and anyway, if we find we do, then we will look into buying a second panel. Just reply if you’d like to know what we wrote on our wish list.

      We have been living in our mini home for three weeks now and love it.


      If you haven’t already done so, have a look at this thought:


  3. Love your new home Clare, looking forward to regular updates on your travels. Can’t wait to do this with my hubby one day.


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