There aren’t too many parts of Australia that can boast a commercial magazine dedicated to a celebration of its unique culture. This magazine, “Cape Yorker”, highlights a part of Australia that is very special. It is visited by thousands of Australians every year for a multitude of reasons. Some people come for the “adventure”; some […]Read More
Under normal circumstances, with common sense prevailing, none of the animals of Cape York should present a threat to human life. Signs clearly state where caution needs to be exercised. However, it helps to be familiar with the animals that are potentially dangerous. Mosquitoes are potentially the most dangerous animals on Cape York as they […]Read More
Crocodiles are potentially dangerous. Never take unnecessary risks in a crocodile habitat. You are responsible for your own safety, so please follow these guidelines and be croc wise in croc country. • Obey crocodile warning signs – they are there for your safety and protection. • Never swim in water where crocodiles may live even […]Read More
• Keep it simple, avoid extra work. • Do a trial pack before the trip, pack everything you think you’ll need, this will help establish a ‘home’ for all items and maybe identify the things you can do without. • If possible, do a dry run before the trip to test everything, to do this […]Read More
For most of us travelling to the tip, images of beautiful country and natural surroundings are what we all expect to see. Unfortunately, there are a few people that have other ideas and choose to leave a path of litter behind them as they leave this special part of our country. When travelling to these […]Read More
View more articles about Camping in the Camping Archive.