is open :-)
Also I am hearing news about Running
Creek and Falls
And finally - helicopter
flights at the Tip have been updated in the
In This Issue:
• CREB Track Is Open
• Updates on Running Creek and Falls Track
• Helicopter Flights Updated in the Destination Guide
• Feedback Always Welcome
TRACK IS OPEN
Well the famous CREB
Track is open for the season, a month earlier
than I usually report - thanks to the poor Wet Season.
It would have been earlier if it wasn't for the off-season
rains, and the new
bridge that they have put in near
ON RUNNING CREEK AND FALLS TRACK
I am hearing
that access to the Running
Creek mouth and beach is no longer available.
have been trying to contact the relevant people but have had no
far - please bear in
mind when making statements on social media that this is
something I have not confirmed with any authorities as yet.
If you have been past
lately please let me know, I will continue making updates
to the website and the Destination Guide about it.
However, the main reason
I hear - is the good old - rubbish
And I could not agree more - since some
beautiful places on the peninsula are covered in rubbish and
And what a pity that we
are starting to lose these spots
because of a few wrong-doers
- I know a lot of people do the right thing.
If we continue rubbishing
the Cape, more and more beautiful spots will get
and in the best case reopened as paid camping grounds, just
because they need
Let's do the maintenance ourselves by keeping it clean -
it's not hard to keep your rubbish in your car until you come to the
right place to deposit it.
And worse still is places turned into toilets - please bring a
a hole, and bury human waste and toilet paper
away from water courses.
Even if you are not
yourself, leave a chance for your
children to come and enjoy some beautiful spots on the Cape :-)
Sorry all who do the
right thing that I bother you with this!
I have also been contacted by Chuulangun Aboriginal people saying that you
need a permit to do the Falls
Updates have been made to the website and the Destination Guide about
this, but until I have the full info and have updated it, I do not
recommend you to do that track even if there are no signs
to forbid you to go in.
If you were the campers
who were told about it, I would
appreciate if you get in
touch with me.
FLIGHTS CHANGED IN THE DESTINATION GUIDE
Helicopter flights at the
Tip of Cape York can change from year to year, because
they are done by different companies.
This year, there are Bungie Helicopters at Punsand Bay, Pays
at Loyalty Beach,
and no helicopters based in Seisia.
On Horn Island,
Cape York Helicopters have been replaced by
Nautilus Aviation that has the same prices as Cape York Helicopters
including prices has
been updated in the Destination Guide, but there is no
need to download again - if you already have the guide, just give me an
email and I will send you the full detail.
I really appreciate any kind of feedback
on the Destination Guide.
me know if you enjoyed it while planning before the trip, and
while using the
information once on the
If you get any questions
anything, please feel welcome to contact me.
That's all for this time - happy planning, and happy travels to
those on the road!!
Have a great day :-)
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