*Introduction post* With a new year I thought it would be a good idea to introduce myself to people who follow my website. I’m Glenys, the person behind this website as well as the Caravan Correspondent Instagram and Facebook accounts. Believe me, I’m so much more comfortable behind a camera than in front, but I… Read More Hello, nice to meet you in 2023
Living in South Australia we are seeing daily the effects of the slow moving flooding of the Murray River as it starts to swallow up river front properties and threaten businesses that are too close to the rising river. It has now reached a level not seen since the mid-70s and there is a lot… Read More Murray River – End of the Line
It’s that time of year again, when thoughts turn to buying Christmas presents for family and if it’s any help for those that have a caravan and camping enthusiast on their gift list, here’s my Top 7 ideas in no particular order.
Last year we visited Eyre Peninsula and stayed at a few terrific off grid campgrounds which were council managed. A couple of them we enjoyed so much that we decided to revisit during this trip and they haven’t disappointed, still remaining firm favourites. When we last stayed at both of these grounds, you just rolled… Read More What’s New – Eyre Peninsula Campgrounds
My latest write up for Unsealed 4×4 has a guide to Broken Hill and surrounds, for first time visitors. It’s such a surprising place to visit, where drag queens, miners, art and history all intermingle. Take a look at what there is to see here.
An alternative to staying in caravan parks or free camping in Australia, is a station stay. They can be a good way to try off grid camping while still having the comforts of amenities and others around in a secure environment. At some of these stays you can also opt for powered caravan sites so… Read More 4 Top Station Stays in SA