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June 2019

Cervantes experience 2019

As we approached Cervantes we encountered the Meringue sand dunes.

We have had an interesting and enjoyable windy & occasionally wet time at the RAC Cervantes Holiday Park with fellow New Age Tribe Members

We had a walk around town saw the Lobster Shack which hosts many tourist buses. Had dinner at the country club where they celebrated our arrival with fireworks

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Cervantes here we come

Ian & I headed off Thursday afternoon from Busselton for our New Age Tribe gathering at Cervantes.

It was a cloudy windy day that threatened rain on & off all day. We had heard that the Forrest Highway was closed due to a Bushfire at Baldivis. We had 2 options, South West Highway or risk the Forrest Highway. It was going to take a few hours to get to Baldivis and we are rebels. Luck was with us. Shortly before we reached Baldivis they had opened the North Bound lanes. We drove past the raging fire which was on the side of the road Southbound. In fact we saw several trees high up in the canopy still burning. Lots of Fire truck & brave Fireman.


We drove through a very busy Perth as everyone was heading home from work.

After a quick pit stop for fuel and a number one we continued on our roadtrip to our overnight stop at Wilbinga Conservation area, passed Two Rocks & before Moore River. As we drove in we saw another New Age Van. A Wallaby. Our friends Karen & Phil were very happy to see us as it is their first free camping night.

We have had a cuppa and a lovely pot of spaghetti bolognaise.

Our friends then joined us for a catch up chat over a drink or two & a lovely lamington.

We now have 4 caravans staying here overnight.

Night night all. Sleep tight.

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