Category Archive: fishing

Are You a Better (Healthier) Person on Holidays?

I don’t know about you but the things I do on holidays, even the simple things, suddenly seem much more appealing than they do at home. This is the whole reason we love caravanning.… Continue reading

The Captivating Coorong

There is a special place in South Australia which I think has gone largely unnoticed, but a spotlight is about to be shone on it with the release of a movie in January… Continue reading

Mannum on the Murray River

At a little less than 100 kilometres from Adelaide, the town of Mannum is a perfect spot to have a river holiday in South Australia. You get a feel for the history of… Continue reading

Houseboat Holidays on the Murray River

Australia’s longest river is the Murray River. It begins as a small stream from the Australian Alps then flows through 3 states before entering the Southern Ocean at Goolwa and the Coorong. Along… Continue reading

Eat, Sleep, Fish, Repeat.

If you’ve seen the movie Groundhog Day, you’ll be familiar with the theme of reliving the same day over and over again. We jokingly refer to our time on holidays at Moonta Bay… Continue reading

Why we do what we do!

It’s the longest break of the year usually for us to getaway with the van and one of the most anticipated by family, friends and fur babies.

Freezing your cockles!

We are in November and thoughts are turning to our end of year holiday which involves caravanning, fishing, boating, family, friends, good food and good times. So the preparation starts now.  One of… Continue reading

Jetties Collect Life

How true this is for both below and above the water. I’m drawn to jetties, there is something that makes them compelling to stroll on and try to see or wonder at the… Continue reading

Australia’s East Coast to West Coast for under $20

Yes it’s true! For less than $20 you can experience the eastern most point of Australia, Cape Byron and Byron Bay to the most westerly point of the continent at Steep Point in… Continue reading

The Jewel of the Kimberley

I could be talking about the rare and exquisite pink diamonds which are mined in this Lake Argyle area but I found another jewel a bit more accessible and affordable for everyone! We… Continue reading