Munda Biddi. A ride through the Great Australian Bush. Pt 5. Nanga Mill to Lake Brockman

Pt 5. Nanga Brook to Lake Brockman

Camping under pine trees instead of a Munda Biddi campsite bunk makes for a nice change. It was quite cold though — about 7Cº. My 5Cº-rated sleeping bag just barely kept the cold at bay.

The next Munda Biddi campsite is Yarri but it’s at least a 2-day easy ride to get there and since the trail skirts Lake Brockman on its way south, Lake Brockman Tourist Park seems to be choice of accommodation for the night instead. The only down-side is that it’s a paid campsite. Continue reading

Munda Biddi. A ride through the Great Australian Bush. Pt 6. Lake Brockman to Yarri campsite

Pt 6. Lake Brockman to Yarri campsite

It’s getting colder as we move further down south but the late autumn days are still sunny and bright with glorious blue skies.

Today we’re heading to the Yarri campsite, not far from Stirling Dam. Sandy, as usual, takes his leave while I’m still tucking in my breakfast. Continue reading

Munda Biddi. A ride through the Great Australian Bush. Pt 7. Yarri to Bunbury

Pt 7. Yarri to Bunbury and end of Munda Biddi ride.

Today, I’m leaving the Munda Biddi and heading for Bunbury to meet up with Alvin who’s driving down from Perth to meet me.

My Munda Biddi adventure is officially done but it looks like I could still be riding a bit of the trail again tomorrow. Al and I have planned a car-camping overniter at Honeymoon Pool campsite, which is near the Munda Biddi trail. Continue reading

Munda Biddi. A ride through the Great Australian Bush. Pt 8. Camping at Honeymoon Pool

Pt 8. Camping at Honeymoon Pool

After a week of ‘roughing’ it out at Munda Biddi campsites, the luxury of sleeping in a heated room is nice for a change. I could get used to this too.

But, here we are, going back into the bush again for another adventure. Continue reading