Day 10 Saturday 14th April 2018, from Dwellingup into the bush

One excellent night’s sleep later we woke refreshed but a little chilly this morning, but managing to get it all packed and ready to go by 8.00 am. The tent had a lot of condensation on the outer but we just rolled it up and would dry it properly later.

Waving goodbye to Ellie and her family (wine and beer from last night) we made our way back into the metropolis known as Dwellingup. From the centre we went out on the Nanga Road. We followed this for 10 miles, a mixture of up, down and flat all nice straightforward cycling (notice the lack of use of the word easy).

A nice roadside view

The cool ride on an easy 10 miles

At Nanga Campground we made a left onto the Munda Biddi trail, this was a “form” or an old disused railway track. Which gave a lovely cycle ride with a good surface (or just like a normal track anyway). It followed a river for the majority of it’s length, stopping to eat our triple decker Nutella on toast snack on it’s banks.

A railway track very nice indeed

More railway track

There is a large bird with red underneath it’s tail feathers, I think they may be a Glossy Black Cockatoo yet the raucous noise was incredible as we rode underneath them, all hiding at the very top of the trees surrounding us, no picture yet but I will try.

Riding continued like this for all the remaining 6 miles to the Bidjar Ngoulin Camp Hut. We made it here by 12.00 am giving a lovely afternoon in the sun just relaxing. The tent dried in no time.

The walk from the composting toilet to the hut

Relaxing in the hut

This Camp Hut seems to get very little use so we may not see anyone, in fact we did not see anyone else on the track all morning.

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