Jondaryan to Goomeri

Jondaryan to Goomeri 25%

We  had our first day of sunshine today since we left Melbourne, although not every day has rained. It was good to see the sun shining in the windows of the van this morning.

Not everything that takes our eye on a trip is a tourist attraction, sometimes it is how other travellers setup for their adventures, some extremely innovative.

Motorbike Trailer 1 25%

A Honda Goldwing motorbike and a towable camper trailer.

Motorbike Trailer 2 25%

The owner has travelled all around Australia with this setup.

Some verging a little on the unsafe.

Motorbike on back of Caravan 1 25%

A motorbike, a spare wheel and a jerry can all hanging off the bumper bar of a caravan don’t lend itself to a well balanced van.

Heading north today, we only had to travel 196km and it was through some scenic countryside. We decided to stop at Cooyar for lunch on the side of the road. Dianne spotted a couple of caravans behind the pub, so we decided to have a look. Cooyar Swinging Bridge Park was a great find for a amping spot that we will put in the memory bank for future trips. It had at least 4 powered sites with plenty of space for moreand it even had a swinging bridge, go figure.

Cooyar 2 25%

Dianne does not like any bridges

Cooyar 4 25%

Dianne has come as far as she is going

We finally arrived at the Goomeri Caravan and Bush Camp and what a little gem of a campground. It is just over twelve months old. Lots of space and brand new toilets and showers, no power and only bore water but for $10 a night, it is good value for money.

The inland route north has so much to offer and anyone travelling north could stay somewhere different each year and travel the same way each year.

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