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Ngarigo Campground, Mount Kosciuszko National Park

The Ngarigo Campground is located just 10kms from Thredbo in the Mount Kosciuszko National Park NSW.

The Campground is in the Alpine region of the National Park and is subject to extreme weather conditions. Always take care when visiting and be prepared for your stay according to weather whilst you are there.

We looked at Thredbo Diggings campground nearby before arriving at Ngarigo Campground but we preferred this one due to easier access and the sites being more level.

How to Book for Ngarigo Campground?

To make a booking the Ngarigo Campground, simply book on-line or call the National Parks Contact Centre on 1300 072 757.

Ngarigo Campground
Ngarigo Campground

The scenery is spectacular with rolling mountains and beautiful but cold Thredbo River running by the campsites.

The drive to the campground is on fully sealed roads before a short unsealed road into campground. We did it very easily in our Motorhome.

Are Pets Allowed at the Ngarigo Campground?

The Ngarigo Campground is in National Park and therefore no pets are allowed.

Ngarigo Campground runs alongside Thredbo River
Our Campsite at Ngarigo Campground

Generators and fires are permitted. There are fire rings located around the campground however be aware that NSW Rural Fire Service may declare a total fire ban during times of the year where fires may pose a danger.

There are drop toilets available and wood BBQ’s are in place if you have your own firewood.

The maximum length of stay at the Ngarigo Campground is 14 days.

Wide open campsites at Ngarigo Campground
The entrance to Thredbo Alpine Village

We had Telstra coverage with our phone however no Vodafone coverage during our stay.

Cost to stay is Free however there is a $6 booking fee plus the cost of a National Parks Entry pass. See below for details.

Our stay was 13th to 14th March 2019.

Other great places to stay: Bega Showgrounds and Tathra Beachside

How to get to the Ngarigo Campground?

From Jindabyne head west on Kosciusko Road for about 3kms and turn left in to Alpine Way. Follow Alpine Way for approx. 20kms until you see the sign on your right for Ngarigo Campground.

Turn in to the campground and take the track which is one way for most of the way for around 300m to the camping area.

Read more: Our 29 Best Low Cost Campgrounds in Australia

The Thredbo Snowy Mountains Sign at 560metres
Thredbo, Snowy Mountains

Are there any other costs?

Yes, you will be required to purchase a Vehicle Entry Pass. There are several options including an annual pass or day pass.

We bought an annual Multi Parks Pass for $65 however this didn’t include Mount Kosciuszko National Park. We had to purchase it separately.

Doing the walk to the Mount Kosciuszko Summit

An annual pass for all National Parks in NSW including Mount Kosciuszko National Park is $190.

During the winter peak season from June until October the cost for an Entry Pass is $29 per day.

For the remainder of the year the Vehicle Entry pass is $17 per vehicle per day.

A Short Breaks Pass is available for $68 providing 5 days entry at the price of 4 days. This is available only at local Visitor Centres.

Campfire at Ngarigo Campground

Contact details for Ngarigo Campground

National Parks Contact Centre open 7am to 7pm each day

1300 072 757

parks.info@environment.nsw.gov.au

5 Essentials – Camping Accessories

A good Tent or Swag is the first decision for going camping. We like the Coleman Tent from Tentworld or the Wanderer 7 Man Tent from BCF. For a Swag, we were so close to buying the Kings Double Swag from 4WD Supacentre.

We like our BCF Wanderers Camping Chair which gets a lot of use as we travel Australia.

No more lugging around a huge BBQ and gas bottle now that we have a brilliant Gasmate Dual Burner Butane Cooktop from Tentworld

A good Portable Fridge Freezer we have found to keep the beers cold and steaks frozen are the Kings 70 L Fridge Freezer in the budget range, the Waeco 75L Dual Zone Fridge Freezer or the ever popular and long lasting Engel 75L Fridge Freezer.

A good quality Hand Held UHF is ideal and I like this Uniden UH750 5 watt UHF for long range and quality. The 5 watt range will give you maximum distance, especially if you need help!

Kev & Millie on the Thredbo Bobsled
Thredbo Bobsled

Things to see and do in Thredbo

There are a definitely a number of high points when visiting Thredbo.

Skiing and Snowboarding

During winter, Thredbo is a thriving ski resort and mostly covered in snow. Thredbo is open for skiing and snowboarding from June through to October. Thredbo is home to the longest ski run of more than 5kms, the Crackenback Supertrail.

Mount Kosciuszko Summit Walk

In summer, Thredbo is the gateway of the walking trails to the peak of Australia’s highest mountain, Mount Kosciuszko.

Take the Kosciuszko Express Chairlift up to the start of the walk and then it is a 13km walk to the Summit.

How long does it take to climb Mount Kosciuszko

Depending on your walking pace, it is a return time of between 4 – 5 hrs. We took 2hrs 10 minutes up and 1hr 50 minutes to walk back down. We also took some out at the Summit to celebrate our achievement of reaching the highest point of Australia and take in the magnificent scenery.

How much does it cost to climb Mount Koscuiszko

The National Park Entrance Fee is $17 per vehicle per day and the cost for a Lift Pass from Thredbo is $25.

Kosciuszko Express Chairlift

Even if you do not plan on taking the 13km walk to the Summit, it is definitely worthwhile riding the Kosciuszko Express Chairlift. It is a 15 minute ride each way.

As you ascend to 560 metres, the open chairlift gives you the perfect opportunity to simply admire the mountain views on the way up and Thredbo Valley as you descend. Time your ride on the Kosciuszko Express so you can have lunch at Eagles Nest, Australia’s Highest Restaurant!

The Chairlift runs from 9am to 4.30pm but be sure you don’t miss the last lift back down.

Lake Cootapatamba is the Australia's Highest Altitude Lake
Lake Cootapatamba Lookout

Lake Cootapatamba

While you are on your walk to the highest point in Australia you can stop and take in Australia’s Highest Altitude Lake, Lake Cootapatamba. This hidden gem is 2024 metres above sea level and just 800 metres below the Summit of Mt. Kosciuszko.

Thredbo River

Fly fishing in the Thredbo River is a popular past time as well as fishing for trout. Take the scenic river walk where you will see the Kosciuszko wildflowers but also keep an eye out as you might see an elusive platypus. The Grade 4 walk is 8km return from the Thredbo Village Golf Course.

Thredbo Mountain Bike Park

If you are looking for an adrenaline pumped activity in the summer months and like mountain biking, the famous downhill tracks at Thredbo are for you. There are a number of tracks catering for all skill levels right up to the Cannonball Downhill run.

On the days that we visited, the Australian Inter-School Mountain Biking Championships was taking place so we were able to watch the action below while riding the Kosciuszko Express.

Thredbo Village

There’s also lots to see and do on a walk around Thredbo Village. Go for a ride on the Bobsled track or take a walk around the shops.

Another good idea is to find a great bar and enjoy a drink in front of a fire.

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Kev & Adele
Indefinite Leave

We are Adele & Kevin, an Aussie couple from Brisbane in Queensland Australia who have embraced our adventurous spirit and ventured out to explore the world around us. We had spent so much time overseas we decided it was time to see our own truly amazing country and we needed to take some time to see everything it has to offer.

Our Aim is to inspire others to travel and help design the greatest adventure they can experience.

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Our camera equipment we use for all our photos and videos are:

Samsung Note 10 Plus Phone – https://ebay.to/2XOjXhi – Most of our photos are simply from our phones. The Samsung phone cameras are pretty insane. Our phones have 512gb storage in ours but the 256gb in this one is heaps. We have sourced this one which is approx $500 less than we paid for ours.

Canon 800d – https://ebay.to/2XQYnsk – the latest DSLR Canon 24mp camera, buy here to save.

Lenses

Canon 50mm lens – https://ebay.to/3nx5pyG  This is the lens I use the least, ideal for still, close up shots.
Canon 24-105mm lenshttps://ebay.to/3eCueUo This is my all round, everyday use, zoom lens. Amazing quality, great price.
Canon 70-300mm lens – https://ebay.to/33xYeht – I use this one a lot for long range shots.
Sigma 10-20mm lenshttps://ebay.to/2TWt0vA  – My wide angle lens for all my inside photos & video plus lots more, love this lens.

Our Go Pro 7 Hero Black – https://ebay.to/34thTP1  –  is an awesome piece of equipment. I use this for all underwater, action video and some general use. Buy here brand new and great value.

Mavic Pro Platinum Drone – https://ebay.to/2ARPxTo  This is an absolute ripper of a drone. The Fly More Combo will provide you with everything you will need. I use this for all my aerial footage and this price is well below other retail stores.

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Black Rocks Campground, Bundjalung National Park, Esk NSW

Black Rocks Canpground

Black Rocks Campground is in the Bundjalung National Park in northern NSW approx a 40km drive south from Evans Head.

The beautiful NSW Coastline town of Yamba to the south is approximately an hours drive away.

An easy short stroll from your campsite at Black Rocks Campground to the beach and you quickly know where they got the name from.

Beach in front of the Black Rocks Campground
Black Rocks Campground beach

The rocks are what is called Coffee rock, a name given to sand that has hardened and formed over many thousands of years. It is a beautiful beach with stunning contrasts from the rock formations.

4WD Access from Black Rocks Campground

Access to the beach from the campground by 4WD is not possible but you can drive there from Iluka which is a bit further south.

Jerusalum Creek
Our Black Rocks Campground Campsite
Black Rocks Campground

The road in to the Campground includes approx 15kms of dirt road however it is in pretty good condition and we had no problems driving in with our 2WD Motorhome.

The campground has drop toilets and BBQ’s and each site includes a Fire pit and clothesline.

There is No water available at the Black Rocks Campground, you will need to bring your own. A dump point is available.

Looking down on the Blacks Rocks Campground
Fire pits are provided
Camping at Black Rocks Campground

Are dogs allowed at Black Rocks Campground?

Black Rocks Campground is in the Bundjalung National Park and therefore no pets are allowed.

The cost to stay is $24.60 for 2 adults per night. It is now $6 for children aged 5-15yo and you will need a National Parks vehicle pass which is $8 per day or we bought a 12 month pass for $65.

Our stay was 19th-21st October 2018.

Other great places to stay in the region:

Illaroo North Campground

Woody Head Campground

Maclean Showgrounds

5 Essentials – 4WD Accessories

  1. 4WD Recovery Tracks will get you out of most situations, especially in sand. We bought a pair of these generic branded tracks that have worked well whilst other brands include the Australian made TRED or the Australian Designed and made MAXTRAX 4wd Recovery Tracks.
  2. For our 4WD we went with this EDECOA 1500 3000w Pure Sine Wave Inverter which has been excellent value and works great.
  3. I’m a massive fan of my Victron IP65 15a Battery Charger. I use it often to give batteries a boost and it really is an essential part of my tool kit.
  4. When camping my Kings 200w Solar Blanket gets a lot of use and works really well. Only downside is it doesn’t work with Lithium batteries.
  5. Brass Tyre Deflators are a fast and easy way to lower your tyre pressure to your desired level. Perfect for when you are hitting the beach.
Looking down the beach at Black Rocks
BBQ's and toilet are available at the Campground
BBQ’s & toilets at Black Rocks Campground

Contact Details and How to Book for Black Rocks Campground:

Phone: 1300 072 757 from 7am to 7pm each day
Website

How to get to Black Rocks Campground:

Just 2kms south of Woodburn, turn east off the Pacific Highway to Tuckombil Rd. At the T junction turn right and follow Tuckombil Rd until it bends left in to The Gap Rd.

Follow The Gap Rd for 20kms on sealed road at first before it becomes gravel.

By driving to the conditions you will have no issues, we did it easily in our 2wd Motorhome.

Kev perched up on the edge of the Black Rocks

What is there to do at Black Rocks Campground?

Fishing

Go fishing along Ten Mile Beach. There’s lots of great surf fishing in the region.

Remember you will need a NSW Recreational Fishing license.

Jerusalum Creek

A short walk will also take you to Jerusalem Creek nearby where you can swim and fish or take an 8km walk to discover it’s full beauty.

Stunning Black Rocks Beach

Whale Watching

During Whale watching season you can see them swim by. Some will come in quite close to the beach as they splash and play.

Iluka and Yamba

Visit Iluka and Yamba which are both close by and enjoy a great day exploring these 2 fabulous small coastal towns.

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Indefinite Leave

We are Adele & Kevin, an Aussie couple from Brisbane in Queensland Australia who have embraced our adventurous spirit and ventured out to explore the world around us. We had spent so much time overseas we decided it was time to see our own truly amazing country and we needed to take some time to see everything it has to offer.

Our Aim is to inspire others to travel and help design the greatest adventure they can experience.

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Photography and Socials

Our camera equipment we use for all of our photos and videos are:

Samsung Note 10 Plus Phone – https://ebay.to/2XOjXhi – Most of our photos are simply from our phones. The Samsung phone cameras are pretty insane. Our phones have 512gb storage in ours but the 256gb in this one is heaps. We have sourced this one which is approx $500 less than we paid for ours.

Canon 800d – https://ebay.to/2XQYnsk – the latest DSLR Canon 24mp camera, buy here to save.
Lenses – Canon 50mm lens – https://ebay.to/3nx5pyG  This is the lens I use the least, ideal for still, close up shots.
Canon 24-105mm lenshttps://ebay.to/3eCueUo This is my all round, everyday use, zoom lens. Amazing quality, great price.
Canon 70-300mm lens – https://ebay.to/33xYeht – I use this one a lot for long range shots.
Sigma 10-20mm lenshttps://ebay.to/2TWt0vA  – My wide angle lens for all my inside photos & video plus lots more, love this lens.

Our Go Pro 7 Hero Black – https://ebay.to/34thTP1  –  is an awesome piece of equipment. I use this for all underwater, action video and some general use. Buy here brand new and great value.

Mavic Pro Platinum Drone – https://ebay.to/2ARPxTo  This is an absolute ripper of a drone. The Fly More Combo will provide you with everything you will need. I use this for all my aerial footage and this price is well below other retail stores.

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Mackay – Whitsundays region, so much to see and do

The Mackay to Whitsundays drive is so full of fun and exciting things to see and explore, we love it every time.

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With the help of some friends who live in Mackay, we received some great tips on what to see and do.  Our caravan park manager, Macca from Bucasia Beach in Mackay, was such a chilled dude and helped us out with ideas too.

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Our trip from Hervey Bay to Bundaberg

Hervey Bay to Bundaberg

Hervey Bay to Bundaberg!

We have to admit, we really didn’t expect much from Hervey Bay “God’s waiting room” and anything more than a quick fun trip to the rum factory in Bundaberg plus an enjoyable visit to my 90yo Aunt.

But weren’t we wrong and naïve and that’s what this whole trip is about, isn’t it?

Leaving our home and life in Brisbane to tour our magnificent country was all about exploring and finding adventure where we didn’t know it was on offer. To see things we had thought of but never ventured far enough to experience.

Hervey Bay and Bundaberg typified what Indefinite Leave is all about, finding adventure, meeting people and exploring new places.

Hervey Bay

We arrived in Hervey Bay late, not late by Brisbane standards but late as we’re finding by regional standards, at just after 6pm. At this time of year the caravan parks are almost empty so we haven’t been booking ahead.

Quickly we found the parks we wanted wouldn’t allow dogs and many others were now closed or not what we expected.

Like the “oceanfront” caravan park that allowed dogs, only that it was opposite a cliff face and you actually had to walk a km or two to get to the beach.

Hervey Bay the gateway to Fraser Island

Eventually we bit the bullet and booked Palms Caravan Park sight unseen as we were fast running out of options. It turned out to be excellent, a quiet caravan park, reasonable amenities and it was well located at Torquay for our purposes.

Very quickly we began to see Hervey Bay from different eyes.

Talking about eyes, we had one eye on 2 cyclones reported off the Queensland coast that were creating some windy days and choppy waters. Fortunately, they stayed away and eventually petered out at sea.

We met more friendly people, did some shopping we needed to do, ate some ice cream, had a fun lunch at a local bar, Adele took some superb photos of the beaches and piers and generally enjoyed a fun yet relaxing time in Hervey Bay.

Fraser Island

For Adele’s birthday on February 11, we booked a tour of Fraser Island in a Hummer 4WD through Fraser Experience Tours.

What a fantastic day!!

There were so many places that we visited, some Adele and I had seen before, some we hadn’t, but it was all new to Matt and he had a blast.

Beautiful Lake McKenzie on Fraser Island

We swam in Lake McKenzie, in the amazing crystal clear waters and pure white sand. From there we visited the rainforests at Central Station before being driven on 75 Mile beach to the Maheno shipwreck, passing Eurong Resort and Happy Valley in our travels.

Also we stopped to admire the coloured sands and swam in Eli Creek before stopping to take a photo of a wild dingo, all from a distance and the safety of our vehicle.

It was an amazing day and our driver Brett was fabulous. If you decide to do the tour, try to book Brett as your driver. He lived on Fraser Island for a number of years and knows its history and story as well as anyone.

Another option is to tour Fraser Island by boat.

Book a Full Day Fraser Island Cruise and Beach Tour with BBQ Lunch here>

Hervey Bay certainly surprised us and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay but now it was time to begin our trip from Hervey Bay to Bundaberg and head up the road to Burrum Heads.

Burrum Heads

In fairness, our stay at Burrum Heads was dictated by the cyclones that were hovering out to sea off the Fraser Island coast and it was windy and rained on the second day there. Burrum is a quiet, small town that’s main feature is great fishing, that is if you have a boat.

Hervey Bay to Bundaberg - Burrum Heads
Burrum Heads Sunset

Neither fishing nor boating were possible with 40kmh+ winds blowing and without a lot else available to do we only stayed 2 nights. I have friends who love Burrum Heads but it wasn’t for us on this occasion.

Snake Encounter

However we did see an interesting situation which quickly highlighted the reality of our trip.

We were now spending a lot of time outside with nature and this big country and we needed to respect that. A sign on the door of the public toilets as we walked past were clear.

“Snake in toilet – Beware!!”

If somehow you missed it there was a further sign on the ground at the bottom of the door “Snake sleeping inside”.

I’m a city boy and was curious about seeing this venom spitting, wild, poisonous creature us city folk tend to fear so I decided to step inside, cautiously and as quietly as I could.

I opened the door and nothing!! At first glance, I was disappointed as I figured it had already decided to leave.

Hervey Bay to Bundaberg - Burrum Heads
Snakes Alive!

I didn’t really want to venture on inside, Adele was already screaming at me to stop. But nothing ventured nothing gained and in I went.

Sure enough there it was, curled up, safe and comfortable in the corner. It was just a carpet snake but that was exciting enough for me.

I took some snaps and quickly retreated not wanting to wake it up. They say let sleeping dogs lie and I wasn’t about to test what a snake would do if I woke it up.

That was as exciting as Burrum Heads got for us, apart from the very friendly owners of the local Bait and Tackle store fixing my yabby pump.

5 Essentials – 4WD Accessories

  1. 4WD Recovery Tracks will get you out of most situations, especially in sand. We bought a pair of these generic branded tracks that have worked well whilst other brands include the Australian made TRED or the Australian Designed and made MAXTRAX 4wd Recovery Tracks.
  2. For our 4WD we went with this EDECOA 1500 3000w Pure Sine Wave Inverter which has been excellent value and works great.
  3. I’m a massive fan of my Victron IP65 15a Battery Charger. I use it often to give batteries a boost and it really is an essential part of my tool kit.
  4. When camping my Kings 200w Solar Blanket gets a lot of use and works really well. Only downside is it doesn’t work with Lithium batteries.
  5. Brass Tyre Deflators are a fast and easy way to lower your tyre pressure to your desired level. Perfect for when you are hitting the beach.

Bundaberg

Bargara and Elliott Heads

We chose Bargara as our place to stay while in Bundaberg without realising it was so close, just 15 minutes down the road from the main centre of Bundaberg. Bargara is the biggest of several small townships on the oceanfront close to Bundaberg.

We ended up at Bargara Beach Caravan Park and booked in for a week knowing there was lots to see and work I needed to complete.

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Bargara Beach in Bundaberg

Randomly I ended up meeting with a former school friend I hadn’t seen since school. David recommended we visit Elliott Heads which we did the next day and it sure didn’t disappoint.

Elliott Heads has a beautiful beach and at low tide you can walk cross the Elliott River to Dr Mays Island which at certain times of the year has birds resting from flying as far away as Siberia and the Arctic Circle.

Elliott Heads is a great spot to swim and relax.

Read about our stay at: Elliott Heads Holiday Park

Visiting Kev’s Aunt

We visited my Aunt who is the only remaining sibling of my father.

Aunty Grace is now 95 years old but doing well and lives here in Bundaberg. We met with her and my cousins and enjoyed a fabulous night with family I hadn’t seen in far too long.

A Visit to the Bundaberg Barrel and Bundaberg Rum Factory

The Bundaberg Barrel Soft Drink Factory is just around the corner so we took a tour and learnt more about our favourite Ginger Beer.

For just $12 each we did a small tour and learnt about the process and tasted all the different flavours Bundaberg Soft Drinks have available.

Bundaberg Ginger Beer Factory

As a 39 year connoisseur of Bundy Rum there was no way we were going to leave here without visiting the Bundaberg Rum Distillery and it sure didn’t disappoint.

We learnt the fine art of Rum making, the history of Bundaberg Rum and finished by tasting a few samples off the top shelf.

The only negative was that Adele’s free drinks were meant to be provided to me but Bundaberg Tropics turned out to be a new favourite for her.

Bundaberg Rum Factory

We spent a good couple of hours there and I’d certainly recommend the Bundy Rum tour.

Book your Bundaberg Rum Distillery Tour and Tastings here>

Bert Hinkler Museum and Bundaberg Botanical Gardens

The Bert Hinkler Museum is a must visit.

Located at the Bundaberg Botanical Gardens everyone will enjoy learning the history of flight in Australia and researching Bert Hinkler’s incredible life.

The flight simulator is great fun and you can recreate Bert’s first flight hovering over Mon Repos.

Don’t miss seeing the Bert Hinkler house, recreated from his home in England by the Museum here in Bundaberg.

Hinkler Hall of Aviation - Hervey Bay to Bundaberg

Mon Repos

The region is also known for Turtles. One of the highlights of our trip from Hervey Bay to Bundaberg was taking the tour at Mon Repos. Mon Repos has the largest concentration of nesting marine turtles on the eastern Australian mainland.

We were able to view a turtle nest hatching as the tiny little Loggerheads made their way to the surface to begin their march to the water for freedom.

Sadly only about 1 in 1000 actually make it to 30 years of age and there are many predators and issues they face in their life including boats and plastic bags. We hope our tiny little mates make it.

If you are doing the Mon Repos turtle hatching tour we highly recommend that you take a torch with you, don’t rely on your mobile phone and take plenty of insect repellant or wear a bite patch.

Read more: Winning the War against Midges or Sand Flies

Hervey Bay to Bundaberg - Mon Repos

Bundaberg was so enjoyable, I recommend it to anyone traveling the East Coast of Australia. Stop in and spend a few days visiting the sights the region has to offer.

Hervey Bay to Bundaberg Accommodation

Places to stay in Hervey Bay:

Hervey Bay Sunset

Places to Stay in and around Bundaberg:

Elliott Heads

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We are Adele & Kevin, an Aussie couple from Brisbane in Queensland Australia who have embraced our adventurous spirit and ventured out to explore the world around us. We had spent so much time overseas we decided it was time to see our own truly amazing country and we needed to take some time to see everything it has to offer.

Our Aim is to inspire others to travel and help design the greatest adventure they can experience.

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Photography and Socials

Our camera equipment we use for all of our photos and videos are:

Samsung Note 10 Plus Phone – https://ebay.to/2XOjXhi – Most of our photos are simply from our phones. The Samsung phone cameras are pretty insane. Our phones have 512gb storage in ours but the 256gb in this one is heaps. We have sourced this one which is approx $500 less than we paid for ours.

Canon 800d – https://ebay.to/2XQYnsk – the latest DSLR Canon 24mp camera, buy here to save.
Lenses – Canon 50mm lens – https://ebay.to/3nx5pyG  This is the lens I use the least, ideal for still, close up shots.
Canon 24-105mm lenshttps://ebay.to/3eCueUo This is my all round, everyday use, zoom lens. Amazing quality, great price.
Canon 70-300mm lens – https://ebay.to/33xYeht – I use this one a lot for long range shots.
Sigma 10-20mm lenshttps://ebay.to/2TWt0vA  – My wide angle lens for all my inside photos & video plus lots more, love this lens.

Our Go Pro 7 Hero Black – https://ebay.to/34thTP1  –  is an awesome piece of equipment. I use this for all underwater, action video and some general use. Buy here brand new and great value.

Mavic Pro Platinum Drone – https://ebay.to/2ARPxTo  This is an absolute ripper of a drone. The Fly More Combo will provide you with everything you will need. I use this for all my aerial footage and this price is well below other retail stores.

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