"NO MORTGAGE . NO MOWING" - The Grey Nomad Journey of Keith and Frances Thompson
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Below you will find our latest Posts with photographs of all our latest travels.
WHERE ARE WE NOW?….
After all the changes to our plans due to Covid19 we are spending the latter 8 months of 2021 exploring the NT and other parts of Queensland mostly untravelled before.
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June 2-10, 2021 Litchfield contains a number of waterfalls and other features, these two were the closest to our campground at Florence Falls and just off the Litchfield Park Road. Tabletop Swamp is just a short walk and the opportunity to see any birdlife which may...
June 2-10, 2021 Litchfield is undoubtedly the best known of the NT National Parks (Kakadu is a Commonwealth National Park) and has a concentrated collection of waterfalls and walks in a relatively small area. We were going to delay our visit as it had been reported as...
June 21, 2021 Crocodilus Park is one of two opportunities in the Darwin area to see Croc up close. We arrived in time to see the Croc feeding and even got to handle a baby Croc, this one about a 1 year old apparently. This Park was started in 1994, this quote...
June 18, 2021A visit to Darwin would not be complete without a look at the history of World War 2 in the city. The Military Museum at East Point is located in one of the main infrastructure areas of Darwin and the Gun Emplacements which are still in place as part of...
June 10, 2021Darwin at last on June 10, five weeks after leaving the Brisbane area. We had, on the way, booked into a small private campground which came recommended called Lucy's Rest. In the outer rural suburb of Bees Creek it offers water and portaloos plus a bush...
June 6-9, 2021 Manbulloo is just a few kms West of Katherine, off the Victoria Highway and offers all the basic Caravan park facilities; we opted for an unpowered site which gave us a lot more space in the front "paddock". The property borders the Katherine...
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Full Range Camping is aiming to be the leading reference website for caravanning and camping in Australia; Keith works part time for FRC while on the road, both researching new and existing sites and providing database management for the site.
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