When I traveled to Queensland/Australia in 2011, all I could do was actually fleeing from the flood instead of enjoying my holidays. Finally, I arrived in ‚Town of 1770‘, named after the date of James Cook’s second landing. I was instantly irritated by the look of the campgrounds. Obviously, the Australians love camping, considering the most complex constructional systems of the sites. But on the other hand, the provisional and temporary appearance reminded me automatically of a refugee camp or even of the historical event in 1770. The very special rough-and-ready look became even more evident at night, when neon lights were the only light sources.