Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Oropi hot swim night

We had a great turnout of members at our monthly hot pool night at Oropi last Monday. These nights are very popular and a great way to meet up with other naturists in the warm pools.
We are lucky to have a cafe on-site as well which allows us to have a meal and the ultimate in relaxation in that we don't have to dress for dinner, cook or wash the dishes!
The next night at Oropi will be mid-November so if you are interested in coming along, please contact me on I look forward to seeing you there.

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Top End Naturist Recreation Retreat (TENRR)

We had a relaxing stay amongst the friendly people at TENRR. It was a catch up day for us – washing the clothes, washing the van, washing us!

Soaked in the pool to cool off, and updated the blog in the cool of the open rec room with the breeze flowing through.

There were a good number of people staying at TENRR but many had left to go south. If you are thinking of a trip to the Top End, then TENRR is the place to stay. The grounds are immaculate, the facilities clean and tidy and the hosts and visitors made us both feel very welcome.

Barrier Reef Sun Club

Col and I enjoyed visiting a couple of naturist resorts in Queensland and Northern Territory on our recent trip.
Barrier Reef Sun Club near Cairns was the first one we visited and we were made very welcome by those present. This is a very tidy club with a great clubhouse with a deck overlooking a stream and bushland.

We had a nice Happy Hour in their spacious clubhouse (with the fire going in the coal range- not that we were cold) on which we cooked dinner – Col cooked kangaroo steaks! The club has no mains electricity and runs solely on solar power and gas. They have beautifully manicured grounds and a great ablution block as well as an outdoor shower, which Col couldn’t resist using.

Who needs frosted glass in the showers – actually who needs glass at all with a view like this?

        We said our goodbyes to the mob from BRSC after doing their bush walk down to their swimming hole.