#779 trip south following the Great Dividing Range
These are some of the many great pictures of my camper while traveling south following many back roads along the Great Dividing Range during the 2014 - 2015 Summer.

A slide show with these and additional pictures is available on the following link: https://youtu.be/IplKJNbAGME
"2015 Return trip from Victoria to Queensland" 11min 49sec

Bundoora Dam:

McConnell Lookout, Mount Gayndah:

Kinbombi Falls:

Mount Norman Road, Girraween NP:

Styx River, Wattle Flat:

Tia Falls:

Hanging Rock Lookout, Nundle:

Dunns Swamp:

Mount Panorama, Bathurst:

Tumut River Valley:

Three Mile Dam, Mt Selwyn:

Victoria Falls:

Danny's Lookout, Great Alpine Way:

Wombat State Forest:

Long Beach, Robe:

Cape Banks, Carpenter Rocks:

Old Ocean Road:

Blanket Bay:

South Face Road, Mount Baw Baw:

Aberfeldy River Road:

Bennison Lookout:

The Pinnacles:

Billy Goats Bluff Track:

Snowy River at Basin Creek Falls:

Snowy River near Suggan Buggan:

MacKillops Bridge Road:

Narrow Neck Track:

Grosse Valley at Point Pilcher:

Paterson Range Road, Burralow Creek SF:

Bakers Road, Wollemi NP:

Mount Allyn, Chichester SF:

Telegherry Forest Park:

Gloucester Tops Road:

Mount Barrington Track:

Breakneck Lookout, Talawahl Nature Reserve:

Blue Knob Lookout, Dingo Tops:

Blackbutt Road, Mount Comboyne:

Coopernook Forest Way:

Middle Brother Mountain:

Jolly Nose Track:

Collembatti Lookout:

Platypus Flat:

Urumbilum Creek Falls Road:

Spicers Gap Road:
Hi Leigh, great photos. When you were at Mt. Allyn your were in my backyard. I live on the Allyn River. Some truly nice campsites in the Barringtons. I was up there for most of last week, camping at Tubrabucca Flats, off the Barrington Trail. Feel free to post more photos. Cheers, Ross.
Great photos - I like the one of the "no caravans" sign, a bit of tongue in cheek thereWink good effort mate. Thanks for sharing Leigh, always a joy to see a Trayon out there being used.
Greatly enjoyed your pics of the Trayon before mine in action. A reminder that this great country of ours is absolutely full of peaceful solitary spots.
Hi. Some gorgeous pics there! You've been travelling through our backyard too - Bundoora dam is 15 min from our place. Looks like you've had a fantastic time.

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