October pretty much brought us to the end of our trip.
We had started the month in Esperance and we spent some time visiting one of the nationals parks nearby. National parks was something we mostly had to avoid because of out two furry travel buddies. But at this stop we were able to do a swap of some dog sitting with another traveller. It was a good way to get out into some of the areas where we couldn’t take the dogs.
Then we tackled the Nullarbor and headed into South Australia. This drive gave us some of the most spectacular scenery I have ever seen and I can honestly say it was our favourite campsite. Right on the edge of the cliff with no one around. This is what travelling is all about.
We had heard and read reports of the Nullarbor being so boring and just one long road, but I would drive it again in a heartbeat. It was a stunning part of our country.
The drone got a good workout in these few days and clearly we learnt a new function to use 😂
Ceduna, Streaky Bay, Coffin Bay and onto Adelaide for a few days. We weren’t sure if we were going to spend much time in Adelaide but decided if we were that close we should visit and again it was one of these unscheduled stops that was the best. A lovely little city to visit.
Next month could possibly be my last post. I think a year of rehashing photos is plenty. Not sure where to now for cassandthecountry but I do know my feet are definitely itchy for more travels. I’ve heard Queensland is lovely this time of year 😂