Blog

The Pilliga: scrub, sculptures and sandstone caves

We travel north-west from Coonabarrabran to explore the expansive Pilliga Forest. We read about the Pilliga while charging our car at the fast charger in Coonabarrabran (during our stay in the Warrumbungles) and were attracted to visit there. The Pilliga Forest includes over 5,000 km2 of semi-arid woodland. The native cypress pine (Callitris) growing there hasContinue reading “The Pilliga: scrub, sculptures and sandstone caves”

Wonderful Warrumbungles

Challenging hikes, plants and bird watching in the heritage listed Warrumbungle National Park. Unusually for national park camping, Warrumbungle NP provides some powered campsites, as well as hot showers. For our EV travels, having a powered site meant we could arrive from Dubbo with a low battery charge, and charge overnight to be able toContinue reading “Wonderful Warrumbungles”

Central West NSW

To explore the region of NSW between Parkes to the west, Cowra to the south and Orange to the east, we decided to stay in Canowindra, which is centrally located. From Canberra we drove to Yass for a fast charge, but instead of looking around, we had a chat with another Kona EV driver whoContinue reading “Central West NSW”

Loading…

Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.


Follow our blog

Get new content delivered directly to your inbox.

%d bloggers like this: