Porepunkah and the High Country

  visit here we chose to stay at the Porepunkah Bridge Caravan Park ([star][star][star][star]) and it was the best decision we’d ever made. On the banks of the Ovens River, this large, spacious park has a lot to offer. There is a track that runs alongside the river for quite a distance and we were […]


  run by Barry and Carol and boasts an inground pool, recreation room, and a playground. The jetty We unhitched the trailer at our site and went off into town for some supplies. There’s a little shopping centre, complete with IGA store, right opposite the lake and a walk out onto the jetty was too […]


  The caravan park in Mallacoota About a half hour after leaving the highway we arrived at the Shady Gully Caravan Park ([star][star][star][star_half]) in Mallacoota. What a nice park! We had our pick of shady (naturally), grassed campsites and set about getting our camp organised. Thank heavens it was still daylight; that annex is just like putting up a […]


  The world’s largest traction engine We had a nice leisurely start the next morning and over a casual breakfast made our plans for the day. First, a drive around Red Cliffs to find the river, with a stop at Barclay Square (no, not the one in London) in the town centre to see Big […]

Bemm River

Bemm River is a detour on the way to somewhere else and it was our curiosity that sent us to this little coastal hamlet for a little exploring at what turned out to be a secret paradise. The sun was shining and the temperature was climbing as we packed the gear ready to hit the […]