Here we are again, back at Sussex Inlet – finally saying ‘hello’ to the caravan again and getting ready to head off on the next trip. We’ll be taking it back home with us to clean out cupboards and drawers and re-pack. This time the weather forecast was for intermittent showers, so we decided to put up just half of the annexe. We got it designed with a zip down the centre of the long wall so we could do this. Very handy for a short stay (we’re here for 3 days) if you want a bit of protection from the elements, but don’t want to be completely closed in.
This is a lovely spot to visit. I don’t really know much about the caravan parks in Sussex (there are heaps of them, but many are mostly permanent sites, with just a few for visitors), because we keep our caravan down here on a friend’s property on the water’s edge (lucky us). However, if you like waterways, boating and fishing you should enjoy it here, with the canals and St George’s Basin so close. Booderee National Park is worth a visit, too.
We’ll be puttering across to Sussex Inlet to have lunch at the club shortly, and to pick up a few supplies. Like a can opener! I’m so used to most cans having a ring-pull tab these days that I didn’t even realise we didn’t have a can opener until I needed one. Rob made short work of it with his Leatherman, but the edges were a bit jagged.
Some more photos from Sussex: