Before we started
Why Bremach
Conversion of our Bremach
Travelogue
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NZ North Island
NZ South Island
NZ South Island2
New South Wales
Tasmania
Tasmania 2
South Australia
Northern Territory
West Australia 1
(Gunbarrel Highway)
West Australia 2
(South/Central)
West Australia 3
(Monkey Mia/Broome)
West Australia 4
(Gibb River/Purnululu)
N. Territory 2
(Keep River/Kakadu)
Queensland 1
(Gulf Savannah Track)
Queensland 2
(Cape York)
Queensland 3
(Lakefield/Brisbane)
New South Wales 2
German pages
Wineglass Bay, Tasmania Gunbarrel Highway, WA
Ducie Creek, Cape York, FNQ Bev's Blower, Coober Pedy, SA

 

Two of the most beautiful regions on this planet, both home to the friendliest people you can image, have been very hard hit by natural disasters, 
Queensland and Canterbury. 

Our hearts go with Queenslanders and Cantabrians who have been affected by the floods in South QLD, cyclone Yasi or this terrible earthquake in Christchurch.

Please donate: 
(links to QLD and NZ government appeals)

Queensland Flood Appeal

Christchurch Earthquake Appeal

 

We've come full circle ...

... the journey in our Bremach Extreme is over.
It took us exactly a year and about 45000 kms. We visited New Zealand and all the States and Territories of Australia.

 

The memories of our trip through the remote areas in the red center, along the Gunbarrel Highway, the Kimberleys and the Pilbara, the drive to Cape York along the telegraph track and the wilderness of Tasmania are still spellbinding us, just like the fond memories we have from the many wonderful people we've been so lucky to meet along our trip. Thanks mates, and good on'ya!

The landscapes and harsh environment of Oz have been fascinating. The people who live in the outback are definitely a very special breed, and we enjoyed every minute we've been able to spend with them.

The wizard of the Never-Never weaves his spells - pulling us back with a jerk, to our beloved bush.

Have a look at the mud map, of our journey around Australia.

Bremach_australia_travel_04.jpg (67705 Byte)

Last Update 01.03.2011

We found most of the information required for our trip on the internet. By providing this website we want to thank the community for this, tell some of the stories we went through and offer some links and hints. That way maybe we are able to help others just a tiny little bit to fulfill their own dreams.

If you have questions concerning our journey or the Bremach do not hesitate to contact us by e-mail.


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