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The tale of Australian numbers, places and details in black and white.

The tale of Australian numbers, places and details in black and white.

1 huge continent (and country at the same time)

1 extremely old Hippie campervan (1975)

2 people with skin as white as a sheet (you could tell us from the natives in the blink of an eye)

2 old pairs of our favourite sandals (we parted our ways by the bin in Cairns)

31 amazing days

191 km on foot

5300 km by camper

33270 km by plane

 

And for those more interested in details, a list of our stops on the road:

Great Ocean Road (The Twelve Apostoles, Apollo Bay, Cape Otway Lighthouse) – Melbourne (St. Kilda Pier, Federation Square) – Lakes Entrance – Eden – Kiama (Blowhole Point) – Helensburgh (Symbio Wildlife Park) – Sydney (Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House, The Rocks, Bondi Beach, Royal Botanic Gardens) –Lismore (Friends of The Koala Care Centre) –  Lamington National Park (the Tree Top Walk) – Byron Bay (the beach) – Gold Coast  (Surfers Paradise – the beach) – Brisbane (South Bank walk – Nepalese Pagoda, Wheel of Brisbane, Rainforest Walk) – Noosaville – Bundaberg (where they make our favourite Australian lemonade) – Rockhampton (the zoo and botanical gardens, the tropic of Capricorn) – Mackay (beach without water but with crocks!) – Cape Hillsborough National Park (roos on the beach) – Conway National Park (we didn’t go because I was too afraid to enter the park, we ate a great papaya though :P), Cedar Creek Falls (not there in the summer) – Townsville (Billabong Sanctuary) – Cardwell (Spa Pool – what a waste of time! :P) – Mission Beach (the beach and the cassowaries) – Tarzali Lakes (Australian Platypus Park) – Yungaburra (Peterson Creek – platypus spotting) – Cairns (Cairns Esplanade and Lagoon, Fitzroy Island, Briggs Reef, Sudbury Reef and Sudbury Cay, Hastings Reef and Breaking Patches).



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