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Hello all. My wife Marion and I are new to the site and already have found much helpful information. We are currently on a practice run getting use to the lifestyle. We set out from our home in Perth and are currently at a lovely caravan camp (thanks Wikicamps) with great caretakers and a bunch of very friendly GN in Beerwah in Qld. We came across the Bight and up through Broken Hill, Moree, Toowoomba to the Sunshine Coast. Thinking we'll go home via Winton (Dinosaurs) and Longreach (QANTAS and Outback Museum) then out to the Three Ways and flip a coin (North or South) . Hope to see you all out there on the road. Kind regards Thunderchild69 (Cameron)



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Welcome Cameron and Marion, enjoy here and out in the playground.

Make sure you check out all the different sections of this great forum if you haven't already.

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Thanks Doug - we sure will.

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Welcome from us also. Just a word of warning, Dougwe is a lovely man but tends to go 

off topic for any reason whatsoever, Wombat ( another fine fellow) tries valiantly to bring

Dougwe back on track but he can be hampered and sidetracked by Dazren, who is also a very nice person.

If things go a bit pear shaped Bohemian Gypsy will do her best to sort them out. I don't want to put you

off by any means, these people are really great and have a fount of knowledge to pass on. Actually

this whole forum is full of really helpful people, ask questions and answers will come back.

Sorry, I tend to waffle on the odd occasion.

Kevin

 

 



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Welcome to the Grey Nomads - enjoy all the forums - post any good camp sites you get to in the sub forum below - we love to find new spots!!!


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Excuse me Peterpan smile I am not the one that goes off topic, wombat and Dazren hack into my poota. Oooops, I think I just went off topic.

Paybacks can be a bugga PP biggrin

Sorry Thunder, back to you my friend.



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Thunderchild

 

When you get to 3 ways you MUST turn south and visit the devil's marbels great camp spot, wait for the sunset's, (WOW) when you leave there you can then decide north or south.

I totally agree with Peterpan, you can waffle on as much as you like biggrin

Qantas outback museum is well worth a visit, the largest van park there has free internet connection.

Now in regards to Dougwe, no I had better not say that cos I'll get banned. biggrinbiggrinbiggrin



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Welcome to the site guys.

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Welcome guys. Safe travels and hope to catch up one day out in the playground. 



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Welcome from us too


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Belated welcome from us too. Enjoy the road and this forum.

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Thanks Guru,

 

We camped at the marbles a few years ago - yes totally agree WOW!!!! One of thsoe magnificient Oz places you need sunglasses at night.

Tales won - we turned south - currently in Alice on our way to Kimba.



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Welcome to the forum, there is a free camp the railway line crossover (near the big galah) in the carpark there, but Kimba Caravan Park is also good.

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