After the ‘sculpture trail’ section we did, we arrived at Barcaldine – WOW! quite a lovely spot, lotz of history.
We actually camped a night in town then drove out to Lloyd Jones Wier, the water was quite brown but they had previously had quite a lot of rain so there was fresh water flowing through. We put the red claw pots in & managed to get a couple feeds & went for a few walks – a lovely spot. It has been wonderful to spend time with our mates(Gary & Rae) from Bagara while discovering these amazing places in Queensland. We cooked up a roast chicken & veges in the camp oven (worked out well) & also cooked up a few savoury scones for morning tea. Its a free camp with donations excepted – definitely worth it & is quite a popular spot, lotz of wildlife & some interesting walks.
Beautiful bottle brush flowering everywhere & the parrots think it’s Christmas.
Brown water but still quite lovely.
our camp sites
Roast chicken in the camp oven – very yummm
lotz of visitors
love the pelicans….
Erect prickly pear – fruiting & was very yumm
Rae & Peter relaxing
Good morning, Australia……….