The cost for camping here is only $5 a night so it’s great value.
When we arrived it was sunny and hot and Rosalee decided to do some bush washing and hang it on the wire fence that we had set up camp by, I was dubious that it would dry in time before the rain arrived, but surprisingly it did. As our supplies were low we drove into Queenstown to get some food, we were very confused that in a town of 2,000 people that there would be 2 IGA’s only 100 metres apart.
Queenstown is renowned for the steep hills and copper mining that has left scars on the mountain side, Rosalee and I had a look at Iron Blow hole whilst the kids stayed inside the car happily eating their Icy Poles.
Lilianna had a bit of bad luck as she stepped on a bee and was stung! Ouch.