Munda Biddi. A ride through the Great Australian Bush. Pt 4. Dandalup to Nanga Mill Camp

Pt 4. Dandalup to Nanga Mill Camp

It rained throughout night, driving the temperature down even lower. But we were snug inside our warm sleeping bags, and the patter of rain on the metal roof only helped to lull us into easy sleep.

We woke up this morning to a dazzling, full-arched rainbow right in front of us. What a sight to behold. The light morning drizzle must have had something to do with that. Continue reading

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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