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Cape York News #104 - This Month's Road Report, Caravan Guide Updated
February 26, 2021

Hi Everyone,

We are having our normal wet seasons back again :-)

Also the Caravan Guide has been updated.


In This Issue

• This Month's Road Report

• Caravan Guide Updated

• Feedback Always Welcome



Afer the hopeless wet season of 2020, the rains are back again, and so are the river levels.

Sorry that the wrong-doers have made this needing a mention: These newsletters are covered by the Law of Copyright - the only way to legally spread them is a link to this page or a proper Facebook share. Posting screen shots, downloading photos or copying & pasting text is illegal.

A friend went down to drive (from Bamaga) to Cooktown, and actually had the luck to make it through.

iron range road

The road was chopped up as expected, and on his way back he was out of luck, having to turn back at Archer River, put his vehicle in the storage in Cairns and fly back to Bamaga.


Thank you for your photos Troy Walker :-)


And - the Caravan Guide 2021 is out, with everything that has changed since last year, updated.

It already covers all the subjects so well that nothing big was added, but the road sealing discussion was rewritten and added new and more exact information.

cape york with caravan

If you already have the Caravan Guide, please give me an email and I will send you the latest version :-)

If you don't - the Caravan Guide (just like the Doggie Guide) is a supplementary guide to the main Destination Guide and found inside it.


I really appreciate any kind of feedback on the Destination Guide.

Please let me know if you enjoyed it while planning before the trip, and while using the information once on the trip.

If you get any questions about 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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