Recently we got a book out from the library called “Perfect” by Danny Parker. It’s all about the simple things that make up a perfect day. The one that I liked was “some shoes and some places to walk to”.
We’ve been trying to evaluate recently what makes a good place for us to get away to – after every camping trip we ask what made this a good trip? What would have made it better?
We recently decided to go away camping for the night, and looking for a site that was close to Brisbane and not expensive, we decided on Hardings Paddock Campground at Ipswich. There’s drop toilets, a camp kitchen with BBQs, and lots of space. The eight campsites are all defined spots. The website says that there’s space for… Continue reading Hardings Paddock campground
Our last day on Fraser Island started early, when we woke up before 6am to the sounds of the television going and when we went out to see what was happening, there were two children in TV zombie mode already. “How long have you been watching television for?” I asked. “Dunno. Hours?” Anyway, it was… Continue reading Fraser Island – day four
I forgot to add in the last post that after we got back to the resort on our second day, we decided to take a walk down to the beach. We walked across the resort and out a gate near the old pub, down to the beach. I spent so many hours down on Eurong… Continue reading Fraser Island – day three
When I was growing up, my parents had a house on Fraser Island at Eurong. As an adult, I camped at Central Station a few times. Our previous trip with children, we stayed at Kingfisher Bay and loved it, but found that it was a bit too far to get across the island. We considered… Continue reading Fraser Island – day two
We took a trip to Fraser Island (K’Gari) in late October, and I am just getting around to writing about it – mostly because I love reading about people’s trips to Fraser, so feel like I should add to the blogs about them. We’d started out our morning in Hervey Bay, so we didn’t have… Continue reading Fraser Island Trip – day one