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Mutee Head - Overland Exposure
Beaches & Coasts

“Best camp on Queensland’s Cape York”: Mutee Head

CAMPS Ambassadors, Manda and Daniel from Overland Exposure shared these Queensland photos and declared: “Honestly, the best camp in the Cape! Beach front, off grid, small and quiet, beach walks, sunsets, camp fires, hammock laying, turtles, dolphins – just amazingness! We finally hit the road South and went to Mutee Head Turtle Camp for 2 nights. We checked this out a few days back and loved it. We looked forward to some quiet off grid camping with amazing views, not that Seisia was bad lol, this just had the possibilities of turtles too! It did not disappoint! We saw dolphins

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South East Cape, Wilsons Promontory by Joy O'Neill 
Beaches & Coasts

Do you know Australia’s extreme north, south, east and west?

South East Cape, Wilsons Promontory by Joy O’Neill  Have you camped at Australia’s extreme north, south, east and west? How far in each direction you can travel in Australia? And have you visited any or all of these must see destinations? There is 3680 kilometres between north and south, and 4000 km East to West – so a lot to discover in between! Here’s some more for your bucket list – so many make pilgrimage to visit all of the extreme cardinal points on the Australian mainland in their lifetime. Cape York by Overland Exposure Most Northerly Point: ‘The Tip’ Cape York, Queensland The

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Camping

A tribute to Kym Leech

The team at CAMPS send our sad farewell to Kym Leech, who passed away this month. He and his partner, Lyn Hutton, formed the ‘No Boundaries’ team. They had the enviable job of visiting and photographing campsites all over Australia – and helped us keep the book and app updated. The last time I chatted with Kym, they helped me write an article on their experiences working for CAMPS – Kym updated me on what he referred to as a “speed hump” that had him “semi-bolted to the driveway”. The “speed hump” was acute myeloid leukaemia. “Had we waited for

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