After a very quiet few months once the threat of Covid started to recede we decided it was time to hit the road and go camping. The whole of September was set aside for a wander to the furthest Northern and Western edges of New South Wales. At that stage the state borders remained closed, so it was a good opportunity to explore our home state.
The geographic details and sketches I did on this trip were documented in my last post (see here) so I won’t say more about the route, but captions on the photos should explain where we were. It was an amazing trip, diverse and far reaching. We drove 3800 km and had cold weather, hot, flash floods, intense arrays of wildflowers, the Darling River flowing — all of which served to remind us there is so much to see in NSW.
These photos are from the first part of the trip, from the Warrumbungles to Dunlop Station on the banks of the Darling River.