Return leg from the Muster
Here are a few pics from our return leg from Levuka. Having travelled down the coast to get there - Rainbow Beach/Brisbane/Byron Bay, we thought we would loop back north on an inland route and see some new sights.

After Outback Al's post on the Jondaryn Woolshed, that was the first stop to take care of the laundry and refill the water tank. We decided to camp unpowered down by the creek as the setting was too good go past. (There is a huge area for unpowered camping and very good facilities for a Trayon Muster)

From there we found the Boondooma Homestead on Wikicamps, so decided to call in. This was also a great place to take a look at our early history.

Next stop was Auburn River National Park. There are only 5 campsites, but a great gorge and massive rocks below the falls (need some rain soon). I also developed a brief case of camper envy, until I calculated the running costs vs a Trayon.

The final stop was Wuruma Dam, we had heard about this spot but never checked it out. It is a popular freecamp and best enjoyed through the week, we had a few rowdy waterskiers come in Friday night.
Lovely photos, thanks for sharing.

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