I made two padded drawstring bags the week before we came away, as well as a set of simple laundry bags. Our bunker trip was their first outing - and all four worked very well!
We'd stopped at a great bakery in Toowoomba on the way out to Miles, so enjoyed specialty croissants on arrival, using our owl mugs and mug rugs. (The spotted saucers and orange milk jug were at the bunker).
The owl mugs were used again for the next morning's late brekkie, with more excellent croissants - and often during our stay, sans croissants!
We'd used dry bags for our washing on last year's wing-it wanderings tour (and a grocery bag while on our anniversary splurge!) but I wanted something smaller/nicer for our shorter road-trips. We'd originally packed for a four-night stay and I wasn't sure if the bags would be large enough but they seemed a good size. (They are intended for light and dark, rather than his and hers).
When we extended to an extra night, we took our washing up to the laundry. The dark bag was full and we did that load, then went out for some more exploring. There had been a few spots of rain as we drove back but when we reached the clothesline, most of our washing had been retrieved for us. How good is that?!