We're planning a trip from Brisbane to the Tip in the June/July school holidays. We're taking 3 weeks as we're limited for time with the kids schooling. We're only stopping to camp on the OTT at Elliot Falls. Do you think one camp stop is enough? We are doing a side trip to Chilli Beach but I've recently been told that it is a very hard road in for a not very nice but windy camp spot when you get there.
Do you think we should alter our itinery and miss Chilli Beach and spend more time on the OTT? Or alternatively should we swap Chilli Beach for Captain Billy's Landing?
I appreciate any advice. So few people I know have been to this part of the country that's it's hard to find people to talk to to get travelling advice from and I really want to experience the best the cape has to offer.
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