Three weeks. More than 17 locations. More than 1500km of driving. Two major rivers, dozens of beaches and even more coffee shops.
From the sun scorched grazing land of Glen Innes to the rainforests of the Dorrigo Plateau, the deep green hills of the Bellingen Valley and beyond to secluded seaside coves and vast, empty beaches.
Buckle up and join us on our latest roadtrip adventure in the New South Wales mid-north coast and northern rivers region.
This is our starting point before we cross the border bound for the Mann River Nature Reserve not far from Glen Innes.
A roaring campfire, green grass, shady trees and our own swim spot. We find one of the best free campsites in NSW.
We reconnect with our Celtic roots at the Australian Standing Stones in Glen Innes and put Crofters Cottage to the test.
We cool off from the summer humidity in the Mann River at Jackadgery.
We swap the tent for a luxury river cabin in the area that was the setting for the ultimate escapism movie Danny Deckchair.
Leaving the heat behind, the cool mountain air of the Dorrigo Plateau beckons.
We take time to rest up at a free roadside campground at Thora.
We make a brief stop at Urunga, but find it too hot to set foot on the beach.
There is much to love about the South West Rocks area, prison ruins and all.
It must surely be impossible to tire of the beautiful Muttonbird Island Nature Reserve walk. That’s our verdict.
Our controversial review of our stay at Yamba is sure to provoke those who call the spot their home away from home.
All the highlights of our trip back to Queensland.
You have to love this cheeky shot at Maccas.
You are not going to believe how close this motorhome parked to the car in the bay beside him in the Glass House Mountains.