These sections covers places we
traveled and our adventures with pets in Australia.
Select your choice from the
There ARE great places to go see and if you
like the bush there are vast areas still unexplored due to access
difficulty. Free camping along the coast is extinct due to the power of
the Dollar, especially the tourist dollar lol.
Good idea is to carry a medical aid kit and
water. Let some one know where you going if you go into arid areas.
Remember water is scarce in the WA north.
In emergency you can collect water 100 meters
from the waters edge on the coast to drink. Boil first would be better.
The tree collection idea is slow and not many trees in desert areas, still
you can use the roof of the car, there is condensation every night and it
works about the same as the tree idea.
Bushman spray is best for the north to protect
against biting insects and flies.
Books are available for travel in these
regions, but free camping sites is all but extinct due to the thirst for the
mighty dollar, so do not be surprised if the latest book on free camping is
wrong when you get there.
welcome in most places in the North, but almost no where in the South.
Camping in the South is scarce unless you go to caravan or tourist places.
National parks is out of bounds for pets, which is rather stupid for some
and really the way its going there will be nothing but national parks. I
was told by a Parks Ranger the reason pets are not allowed is because a
dog will wee on a tree and this chases the wild life away. Well think
about it. Do you believe it??? ha ha...