by BEC
(gympie qld)

got to the tip

got to the tip

The trip has been great so far, we have gone from Gympie to the Tip and now we are back at Coen, the roads have been wide and smooth its only when we got to Bamaga north they got bit corrugated.

And when we went to Portland Roads other then that its been great, Subbies done the trip well.

We swagged the hole trip so its been roughing it, it would be great to have a hot shower but it will have to wait because the trips not over yet


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May 27, 2013
Hi Bec,
by: Katrin

Thank you so much! Good to hear about the roads, i'll be there myself a bit later in the year, and i am sure others appreciate.

The pics give me itchy feet!!! Looks like great fun, (as i know..!!) I picture you sitting at the Coen River right now, my good old spot.. :-)

Your closest free shower is in the toilet block at the (free) Rifle Creek Camping Ground, just north of Mount Molloy. It's cold, but it's a shower ;-)

Enjoy the rest, and, Go Subbies!!

P.S. Oh, and what was wrong with the site 14 at Chili?

May 27, 2013
about site 14 at chili
by: Anonymous

Site 14 you cant see the beach and your underneath same sort of fruit tree which are bringing mice and snakes in would love to have site 6

May 27, 2013

by: Katrin

Ok, Ta :-)

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