We didn’t plan to stay here, but needs must. The IGA was closed due to the public holiday and we want to shop before heading across the Nullarbor. So we’ve ended up corralled with mostly caravans, one other small motor home, in the free camping area.

The visitor centre has moved to a very nice new premises, but water and dump point were still available at the old site. . A new dump point and drinking water tap are being set up, when it is operational people will need to buy a token to access it. I don’t mind paying for water, it’s just important to be able that water is available.

We went for a walk around the block, running into the people from the little motor home on our way, and stopping to chat.

It was a fairly good day for driving, with a little bit of sunshine, but mostly overcast. It was slow going in parts due to roadworks, we are always appreciative when roads are being improved.

After getting fuel for tomorrow’s travel we relaxed for the afternoon.

3 thoughts on “Travelling Oz in our campervan: Norseman

  1. Across the Nullabor! Didn’t know you were going that far! Why wasn’t I told! Do you like all the exclamation marks? Enjoying the blog and photos. Love Marie and Geoff.

    1. We should catch up on the phone. We want to hear all about your trip as well. Is this caravan ‘the one’ or are you still looking?
      Our plan is to go to Mt Buller in Victoria to see snow, whilst avoiding actual blizzards. Then maybe head north as far as Brisbane. Then work out our route home. Probably back across the Nullarbor again, going north invokes too much heat and humidity for us.
      Out plan is to be back in Perth sometime in late August.

      1. Still undecided about caravan. Need more time . I’ll leave you to ring me when you have spare time. Lovely to hear your plans.

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