Went for a drive yesterday with the family and went to a camping spot use to go to when I was kid (with parents and brothers of course).
It was the base for the rescue of survivors from a plane crash (the Stinson) which crashed in the nearby ranges back in 1937.
The park was just one of those get away from it for a few days spots and pretty much nothing much has changed in 30 years, except new toilets and the camping area has been reduced. Once the whole block was open to camping. Its was a bugger when it was busy and someone use to park their caravan over the cricket pitch.
There are new toilets and they have electric BBQ's in the day use area.
Anyhow here is some photos;