The Most Beautiful Campsite So Far

Shipwreck Creek is located down a bumpy  dirt road 12 kilometres from Mallacoota. Set in the bush, there are just five sites, all a short walk to a secluded beach.

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Croajingolong National Park, in southeastern Victoria, is home to 243 species of bird and 90 varieties of wild orchid.

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We were there just two nights, but could’ve stayed two weeks. . .

 

 

Author: sarahklenbort

I'm a Brisbane-based writer and mother of two children--one deaf and one hearing. I'm also a sessional academic at the University of Queensland, where I teach literature and creative writing. In 2016, my husband and I took the kids out of school and travelled around Australia with a camper trailer, visiting deaf schools along the way. When we found Toowong State School, it was so good, we decided to move to Queensland! We still have the trailer and take off for the bush whenever we can.

2 thoughts on “The Most Beautiful Campsite So Far”

  1. Greetings from Wales UK (Ely, cardiff), so grateful to be able to join you on your amazing journey albeit through here. Stay safe and enjoy, I look forward to more posts xxx

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  2. I can believe you would have wanted to stay longer in this beautiful place. The lovely thing for you is that there’s another one coming along on soon! It’s great having the photos and being able to follow your journey.

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