On The Road - November 2000
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PLACES TO GO
In the south-west
of Western Australia is Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park. It’s a lovely
place to take a walk on the beach, explore a cave or stroll through a
Silver city of stars
Silverton is an easy Outback destination in NSW with a background of miners, movie stars and artists.
Go straight to Torres
northern-most point leads Melanie Ball to some enchanting and beautiful
South Australian gem
takes us on a visit to a place surrounded by dramatic scenery and to a
lake that is usually dry.
reporters have found some great places to stay – we’ve got some lovely
bushy camp spots in a NSW national park, a nice place near the Bunya
Mountains in Queensland, an easy bush camp in SA and an emu farm!
finds the Crystal II motorhome to be acomfortable tourer on six wheels.
to go, a new bird book and some great outdoor gear feature this month.
Avis Pearce looks
at some products to keep our gear safe.
This new book is
perfect for caravanners who want to head to beautiful Outback areas.
Knives on the cutting edge
Denman explains the uses of different knives and gives us some tips on
suitable types for campers.
Colin and Prue
Kerr have seen some unusual letterboxes while travelling the country.
If you find some
cherries at a roadside stall, here are some recipes for them, including
savory meat dishes.
Commodore upgrade is the VT and it’s a good package according to Toby
The Great Hero
Great ideas from
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