Australia: NSW – Myall Lakes National Park


The link below is to a media release concerning campsite closures in Myall Lakes National Park for a ‘rest.’

For more visit:
 

http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/media/OEHmedia14050800.htm

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Media Release: Myall Lakes National Park


The link below is to a media release concerning the Myall Lakes National Park. Both Mungo and Bennett’s Beaches have been reopened to 4WD traffic.

For more visit:
http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/media/17071304.htm

Media Release: Myall Coast Beaches Closed to 4WDs


The link below is to a media release concerning the closure of Myall Coast beaches to vehicles due to weather conditions.

For more visit:
http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/media/OEHmedia1306201300.htm

Media Release: Myall Lakes National Park and Booti Booti National Park


The link below is to a media release concerning park closures in Myall Lakes National Park and Booti Booti National Park, due to the annual Bitou Bush control aerial spraying program.

For more visit:
http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/media/OEHmedia13050902.htm

Media Release: Myall Lakes National Park Reopened for Easter


The link below is to a media release concerning Myall Lakes National Park in New South Wales, Australia. 

For more visit:
http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/media/OEHMedia13032605.htm

Australia: The Grandis – Australia’s Tallest Tree


The link below is to an article on Australia’s tallest tree which is found in the Myall Lakes National Park.

For more visit:
http://www.australiangeographic.com.au/journal/highway-one-the-grandis-tree.htm

Bulahdelah


Kevin's Daily Photo, Video, Quote or Link

So I was right about my day when I spoke of it yesterday. Not a lot going on today, so today’s post will be more about yesterday. I hope that makes perfect sense to everyone – it sounded even worse with the original way I was going to write it (I was trying to be clever, so went for simplicity in the end).

Bombah Point Ferry

The Punt at Bombah Point On the Punt

On the Punt

To get to Bulahdelah from Hole in the Wall, you need to go via Bombah Point and the ferry service there. I guess you could also call it a punt. Many people still call it that. Anyhow, as the pictures show, it doesn’t cover a great distance. How much is the charge for this journey – at the moment it’s $5.00 AU. Seems a little excessive for something that’s over in less than 5 minutes. Still, there is a…

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