The tourist season is in
full swing with creek crossings lively and camping grounds
packed with campers.
National parks are opening early this year, and some of the best events of the
season are happening shortly :-)
In This Issue:
• Tourist Season Full On
• National Parks Open Early
• Great Events Coming
• Feedback Always Welcome
SEASON FULL ON
The tourist season is
well and truly here, with camp
grounds packed and all the creek crossings that
we usually have for ourselves - full of people.
With the starting school
holidays it will only get busier
very shortly, so be
aware that you need to make bookings and there might be delays at creek
PARKS OPEN EARLY
heavy wet season in the northern Cape, some national parks and
tracks in the southern parts of the peninsula are opening early this year.
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Just like the CREB Track did, the northern
Lakefield and Cape Melville are also open for the season
(for the northern Lakefield it is normal timing, but not for Cape
The wet season can be different in the different parts of the Cape -
plus it helps the early
openings when it's a year (like this one) when there has been
no cyclones (which are usually more destructive, and
consequently create more clean-up work, in the
southern and eastern parts).
GREAT EVENTS COMING
With the height of the
tourist season - also come some of the best events, so if
you are in the northernmost end of Cape York next week, be aware that
Cultural Festival is on in Bamaga :-)
Laura Rodeo and Races this weekend is one of the most popular rodeo
events on the peninsula, and so is the Bramwell Music Muster which is
on next weekend (all the
events are listed with exact dates, locations, contact details and
possible admission prices in the Destination Guide - and
updated every year).
I really appreciate any kind of feedback
on the Destination Guide.
me know if you enjoyed it while planning before the trip, and
while using the
information once on the
If you get any questions
anything, please feel welcome to contact me.
That's all for this time - happy planning, and happy travels to
those on the road!!
Have a great day :-)
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