Sydney and Turon River - 5-17 June 2017

This is where I went.

The route travelled, totalling 3407km.

Hills of Bruthen.

McKenzie River Rainforest.

Evening in the Cann Valley.

Crossing the border into NSW.

The high plains of the Monaro Hwy.

Murrumbidgee Valley.

Much respect for Bombala for their reverse angle parking convention.

Parliament House.

House of Representatives.


Australian War Museum.

Last Post Ceremony.

Looking along Anzac Parade back towards Parliament House.

Australian Institute of Sport.

Bradman Museum in Bowral.


Vivid Sydney.

Swans v Dogs at the SCG.

Turon River.

Campsite in the Turon National Park.

Capertee Valley.

Travelling along Turon Gates Road.

Having a chat to the neighbours over the fence.


Heading down the Bridle track in search of a campsite.

Mary Flynn Reserve on the Turon River.

Camp at Mary Flynn Reserve.

Patiently waiting for brekkie to cook.

Root Hog Crossing of the Macquarie River.

Ophir, where gold was first discovered in Australia.

Bluff Tunnels.

We didn't find any gold in Ophir so we turned to an alternate source.

The climb up McDonalds Hill.

Crossing of the Macquarie River at Long Point.

Crossing of the Macquarie River at Long Point (external and bullbar cams respectively). Tip: Watch them simultaneously with sound.

A visit to Hill End sure made you feel like you were back in time.

The bar at the pub.

This cart has seen better days.

Once a luxurious mode of transportation.

The Mt Panorama Circuit in Bathurst.

A lap of the Mt Panorama Circuit in my Pajero, in the same time it takes a V8 Supercar to get around the track.

Maiyingu Marragu AKA Blackfellows Hand Cave.

Travelling along the Maiyingu Marragu Trail.


Bald Hill Lookout.

Sea Cliff Bridge.

Looking down on The Gong from Mt Keira.

WIN Entertainment Centre AKA The Sandpit, home of the Illawarra Hawks.

Port Kembla pool and beach.

Blowhole in Kiama.

If you don't like mowing the lawn, get a couple of these guys!

Sunset over Jervis Bay.

Batemans Bay.

All Saints Anglican Church of Bodalla.

Sampling some of the local product at the Bodalla Cheese Factory.

Peaceful Bodalla, nestled in the hills.

Corunna Lake.

Central Tilba had plenty of character.

Najanuga AKA Little Dromedary.

Kangarutha Point.

Fresh, quality seafood of the Sapphire Coast.


Mallacoota Inlet, Bastion Point.

Exploring in the Croajingalong National Park.

Unfortunately, I was there a couple days after the commencement of seasonal road closures but there was still plenty to see.

Betka Beach.

Quarry Beach.

Amazing colours of the rock.

Shipwreck Creek.



Genoa River.

Drummer Rainforest.

Canals of Paynesville.

Ferry across to Raymond Island.

Exploring Raymond Island after dark.

A Gippsland sunset.