The Rocky Cape Tavern was the location for our weekend away. The site has free camping and extra features right up to a full service caravan park. Lots of room to spread out, play a few games of disc bowls and have a campfire and not get in any one elses road.
Just up the road was the Rocky Cape National Park with lots of spectacular scenery, some short walks and even some longer walks over the hills to Sisters Beach for the more adventurous, just not for us.
The counter meals at the Tavern were great value for money and no one went hungry and anyone free camping in their grounds is encouraged to partake in some fine food, along with a beer or two.
On the way home, we couldn’t resist to spend a night at Hall Point, Sulphur Creek. The weather was great, I had another day off, Dianne had baby sitting duties early the next day and we were only 5km from home. There was plenty of driftwood on the beach and we found a great spot arriving around noon.
It always amazes us that when we camp alone and get the firepot out who comes over to say hello and enjoy a drink or two. We even had an invitation from one couple, Lloyd and Kerry, to visit South West Rocks NSW on our trip to Queensland this year to return the hospitality, another solo backpacker from Germany had travelled the furthest along with several other vanners from various states around mainland Australia. To top things off two old fellas entertained us with some great music, well into the evening