The current Australian Grand Prix is held in Melbourne Victoria, and it has been held there since 1996. Before that time, Adelaide in South Australia hosted it from 1985-1995, but the history of the race in South Australia goes back even further than that, and a recent mural on the side of a privately owned… Read More Australian Grand Prix – Port Elliot to Victor Harbor
A new sculpture has been placed in Moonta’s Queen Square which pays tribute to Sir Richard Williams, a man born and raised in Moonta and the man regarded as the father of the Royal Australian Air Force. He was instrumental in the formation of the RAAF in 1921 and in its development between the wars,… Read More Moonta – Birthplace of the Father of the RAAF
Next time you’re in Moonta and Moonta Bay, look for these new additions to the street art. The Copper Coast Public Art Group was formed last year under the Moonta and District Progress Association and are working with the Copper Coast Council to increase public art in the area.
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.
I’m stuck for new superlatives every time I find these street murals that take your breath away in their scale and perfection. Another example I found recently, is this mural by Claire Foxton which can be found in Dawkins Place in the east end of Adelaide. It inspired me to want to find out more… Read More Why Miss Muriel Matters
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