The third camping trip of the season goes to the ‘third’ bike I own. I had originally intended to try camping in the Chichester State Forest to the north of Newcastle, but that area is to be avoided during the dreaded Schoolies Week, so it became a ‘reverse’ of the second camping trip about a […]
The final day of the camping trip– and just as well, because it was raining, and I had a wet camp…
My plan for the full day in Belanglo was to sit around, hope not to get rained on, and then ride the Postie around to see the area…
Yes, the destination for the day is the same place ‘The Backpacker Murderer’ buried his victims. I’m not superstitious, and Belanglo has facilities like a toilet and ‘infinite firewood’, so I was interested in comparing it to the Sunny Corner campsite. (And there’s the hope its reputation might help repel the dreaded family campers as […]
While the Bendeela campground isn’t the most adventurous place, it still does very well as somewhere to know about if passing through, or using it as a recreational base. I might avoid it during the school holidays, though– as previously mentioned, the largest part of the reserve is closed during the off-season, making me think […]
After two nights at Jervis Bay, the plan was to head for the Kangaroo Valley/Bendeela free camping ground. The family I’d cooked dinner with the previous night (with the drunk dropkick son) had mentioned stories of people having their gear stolen by other campers, so I didn’t quite know what to expect.
The second day of the trip was a full day checking out the Jervis Bay National Park, both the walking trails, and the roads, something I didn’t have time (or energy) for on the cycling visit 5 months ago.
A full day at the Sunny Corner campground, and then returning home…
The day’s plan was to leave the Wallaby Rocks campsite and actually return to the Sunny Corner site that I visited on the first day.