The statistics for our last trip have been tallied, so for those interested in a similar trip, here are a few details of our loop around three states. We drove a total of 3763 kilometres in 31 days, starting in SA then travelling to Broken Hill in New South Wales, down through Victoria’s western region… Read More Tri State Trip Round Up
It was a happy accident that I realised we would be near Casterton in Victoria when the annual Kelpie Muster would be on. This event is usually held on the June long weekend every year but for the last couple, hasn’t been held (as with so many other events) due to Covid restrictions. We were… Read More Casterton –Kelpie Town Victoria
Our recent stay in Mildura was jam packed with everything we love to do when visiting a new destination, so if you’re interested in what to do in Mildura, grab yourself a cuppa before settling in to read this blog…it could take a while. We stayed at the Mildura Buronga Riverside Caravan Park, a Discovery… Read More Meandering in Mildura
I thought I’d end the year with a look back at how far I’ve come since I started freelancing, and introduce myself and my website to those who may have just found my site. In 2015 I began freelance travel writing after completing a ‘Writing for Newspapers and Magazines’ course with the Australian Writers Centre.
Take at look at the CamperMate website to see my latest story on some impressive silo art in Australia. These giant towers have become art canvases and their popularity is spreading all around the country. This has been happening for a few years now and it’s becoming easier to include a visit to see many… Read More Australian Silo Art Trail – Wimmera Region
Kaniva is around the halfway point when you’re driving from Adelaide to Melbourne and it’s a town we always make a point of stopping in. Not only have we always had friendly service and great coffees, they also have really easy parking, clean public conveniences, and there is a unique painted sheep trail to follow.