Read and rate Travel Journal Entries for Louth, New South Wales, Australia

May 27, 2012 - Cobar

Cobar is a nice little mining town and we enjoyed our stay at the one and only caravan park, although we had fairly cold weather. Moved on from Cobar to Louth via 60kms dirt track and 40+kms bitchy. An easy days travelling. Lots of feral goats to spot along the way! Arrived at Trilby Station to a note on the back door of the homestead saying 'back in a bit, make yourselves at home, grab an info folder from the step'. The owners of Trilby are Gary and Liz Murray, Gary is a fifth generation Murray who settled on the Darling River from Ireland...

Jump to full entry

Sep 6, 2011 - Day 2 - Dubbo to Louth

Day 2 Dubbo to Louth  Our first night was restless. Both kids woke up on their camp beds crying, cold and scared- so it was 4 in the bed together, which in the end wasn't too bad as the Dubbo night was cold. We were up at 7am, and the temperature warmed up quickly.  We hit the road around 10am, and didn't stop until we reached Nyngan, where we made sandwiches and let the kids have a play.  It was already hot, dusty and windy, and we were only 560km from Sydney. I am writing this from the car, 100km out of Louth and it has...

Jump to full entry

Apr 12, 2011 - Bourke to Louth

day 4: drove 100km on dirt road to get to Louth to spend the day on a house boat catching yabbies. what a way to wind down, it was worth the drive and it was like heaven. i didnt care if i didnt catch anything just floating along watching the biggest gum trees you have ever seen, Blake would love it, chris did try to climb one. Louth is a long way but the history is amazing and to think they used to travel by house it must have taken ages. i took so many photos today my finger is still sore but has dried up alot, it looks like ive only...

Jump to full entry

Trip Journal

Gormans Getaway