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Oceania » Australia » New South Wales » Dungog January 9th 2011

This is the most eventful trip yet! Dungog, what can I say. Phoned to book powered sites for 7-9/01/2011, no problem. Decided to leave home after a bit of work in the morning, pack The Ark, shower, lunch and off we go... so we thought! What a disaster, it had rained quite heavy for a week beforehand and The Ark had been left open so our kids could use it to sleep in over the Christmas/New Year period. About 11am we started to pack the van-water, water everywhere which now was a drop in the ocean after the floods in Queensland, but at the time sooo much water, my freshly covered lounge cushions and curtains-soaked, dripping wet. fortunately only one of the mattresses were wet, so at least we had a dry bed! So we decided ... read more

Oceania » Australia » New South Wales » Dungog May 27th 2010

Though still fairly young, Dungog is becoming a significant platform for screen creators to watch their work. In the 2010 programme there were 12 new features including Lou, Road Train, Surviving Georgia and Beneath Hill 60, plus 12 Documentaries and 134 short films, 10 of these were from WA (my home town). Along with viewing a vast array of films there were street parades which welcomed Festival visitors and a shire of decorated floats, school bands and enthusiastic local participants, along with window displays from local businesses of their much loved aussie movies. There were Masterclass sessions with Gillian Armstrong, Q & A time with Underbelly producer, Des Monaghan, market stalls, art shows, antique shops and a fantastic historical museum. Opening Night Premiere and Gala Party: After the film presentation guests are whisked away to the ... read more
Dungog Picture Theatre
Underbelly - Des Monaghan
James Theatre

Oceania » Australia » New South Wales » Dungog December 28th 2009

28/12/2009 Direction Dungog. Je prends donc le train de Newtown a Central, de Central a Newcastle, puis de Newcastle a Dungog, ou j'arrive vers 17h30 je crois (quelques heures plus tard que prevu, effectivement, j'ai pas bien compri comment fonctionnait les trains pce jour ci :P ). Arrivee a Dungog, une autre femme arrivait en meme temps. Michael nous attends dans une voiture, pour nous ammener jusqu'a l'ashram. C'est un endroit magnifique, sans voisin, juste la nature. Tout a ete mis en place pour qu'on puisse avoir le minimum confort: Une cuisine en condition pour cuisiner pour 100 personnes, des toilettes seches reparties dans plusieurs endroits du campement, des douches dans lesquelles on vient avec un saut d'eau chaude (rechauffee au dessus du feu de bois), et on rempli le recipient qui se situe au dessus ... read more
Mon bebe tente... cassee au premier coup de vent!
Ahhh!! Y'a un extraterrestre dans ma tente!!
Swameji




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