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On the Road Again

We are on the road again!
Summary thus far.
Left Melbourne boxing day 2014.
Travelled north, following HIghway One along the east coast until reaching Cape Tribulation at the end of May.
Headed back to Cairns via Port Douglas to get on the bitumen road to Cook Town (there is a dirt road from Cape Tribulation to Cooktown, but our van is too low for creek crossings)

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Byron Bay, NSW

When we came to Byron Bay four days ago, we weren’t sure what to expect. Prices are quite high, especially for accommodation, but the town is colourful and alive, I found it a real joy just to stroll down the streets. There are lots of international back packers around, a few buskers, lots of young families and some grey nomads. The beaches are beautiful, the water amazingly blue and crystal clear, the best we have seen so far and glorious to swim in. Our caravan park on Clarkes Beach was very pleasant. A few too many bush turkeys though. One young guy was yelling at them because they had just eaten all his bananas.

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