Dubbo Express loop, Heifer Creek FINAL DAY

Leyburn to Dayboro (3.5hr 235km) Scoring the local historic trail booklet on the way back from our unguided tour the day before, built great anticipation for an early morning walk. Unfortunately, there proved to be more walking than viewing (LR’s grumbling could be heard in the distance Lol). Apparently we had found all the good … Read moreDubbo Express loop, Heifer Creek FINAL DAY

Dubbo Express Loop, that jello feeling and the oldest pub in Queensland DAY FIVE

Narrabri to Leyburn 4 h 10 min (396.7 km) In the morning, the storm now passed, the fields become on fire with the touch of first light as LR and I dodge semi in search of a good shot. But it wasn’t the scenery that stoped our wagon in its tracks, but rows upon rows of … Read moreDubbo Express Loop, that jello feeling and the oldest pub in Queensland DAY FIVE

Dubbo Express loop, Warrumbungle freaky ass mail boxes DAY FOUR

 DAY FOUR DUBBO TO WARRUMBUMGLE National Park (141km 2.5hr) The skeleton of past glory is slowly disappearing as new growth climbs higher. Now only the blackened fingertips stand above the forest walls, yet the fires destruction is still strongly evident. This limited cover also gives us views of the rocky faces as not seen in … Read moreDubbo Express loop, Warrumbungle freaky ass mail boxes DAY FOUR

Behind the scenes in a whole other world DAY THREE

Behind the scenes at the Western Planes Zoo DUBBO Early morning rises after late nights have a lot to answer for. After making around four laps of the caravan park, we managed to retrieve all the things we had forgotten in our sleepy haze, and we headed for the Zoo. Standing at the edge of … Read moreBehind the scenes in a whole other world DAY THREE

Wildlife and Wilderness

Dubbo Express Loop – Dayboro to Koreelah National Park (184km 3.5hr) Our working from home bubble pops when blinking red lights become almost hypnotic, (not good for H’s seizures) and we were introduced to the concept of peak hour traffic once again. When clear and on the Lake Moogerah Rd, the views were of soft green fields dotted … Read moreWildlife and Wilderness