MUST SEE Oracles Way – 2 states and waterfalls, 3 national parks, living history AND Australia’s biggest granite rock

Just back from our Armidale trip, we took a road we’ve never travelled from Queensland into New South Wales. So impressed, we are sharing The Oracles Way with you.

We picked up new season crisp pink ladies (a papple and a potkin) at fruit stores in Stanthorpe, visited Neville at the Information Centre for local advice and drove east (not west as I had in the our newsletter) almost straight into New South Wales.

What a route it is! It has everything from a bushranger and World War II living history, to a waterfall that rivals Litchfield National Park! My adrenaline is still on overdrive after climbing down Australia’s largest granite monolith! No wonder it is called the Granite Belt! As for camps – you’ll find a lavender farm, two national park campgrounds and a freebie in a state forest.

We finished up at a showground in the home of the Tenterfield Saddler and Peter Allen, and a fine mixed grill at the local bowlo!

Find these sites and more nearby in the CAMPS guide booksnew CAMPS Pendium boxed set and CAMPS AUSTRALIA WIDE App.

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