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A warm night with 18.1 degrees and upto 32.3 today. Time to hit the road.
A short drive of about 35km to Saunders Beach and we got one of the last spots - or so we thought. There
is only one other van here and all the rest are campervans. We arrived around 11am and it's a rest area
at the end of the road. Another van came in about an hour later and as there was nowhere for them to park
they turned around and left.
We may stay here a few days as you are allowed 48 hours, but we'll see. The next planned stop is another
free camp, but we are getting lovely sea breezes here and we are within walking distance to the beach, so
it's really nice.
Adjacent to the camping area is the Wulgurukaba Plant Trail. This is an interesting walk of only about
200m but what they have done is to name the tress and plants and the describe what the aboriginal people
used that particular plant for. Clive took a photo of the board and then one of the plant/tree.
So, it's 6pm and all the day use people have left and now the whole area is filled with campervans. There
is probably about 20 here and one has even snuck along side us. So yes, only 2 vans amongst us all,
including us. We are practically parked in, but if we do decide to leave then it will be late so hopefully
Noodles and vegetables for Clive and toastie for me. So the combi van next door has a sliding door and a
boot door, they open and shut every 5 minutes. It could do with some grease as it is very loud. They are
only a couple of feet away as the also squeezed in between us and another car. What is it with us and car
Sleeping to the sound of waves breaking on the beach.