Category Archive: Touring Tips

Royal Flying Doctor Service Australia

May this year marks 90 years that the Royal Flying Doctor Service has been operating in Australia. This is a group that I donate to every year because of the uniqueness of what… Continue reading

Wish You Were Here

Apart from this being my all-time favourite Pink Floyd song, this phrase seems to pop up in my life frequently. I’ve also used it a lot, in a genuine way. When we’ve stumbled… Continue reading

Recipe for a Good Weekend for a Writer / Photographer

This Sunday in Australia is Mother’s Day or as with a lot of special days in our house it extends to the whole weekend! After having travelled for long distances and lived simply… Continue reading

The Quick Visit Guide to Melbourne

Melbourne city here we come! Without the caravan unfortunately on this occasion, but with the purpose of seeing where my son and girlfriend have had to relocate for their careers. So a quick… Continue reading

It’s a Takeover!

Exciting News! As of tomorrow afternoon, Wednesday 18th April, I will be taking over the ‘Let’s Go Caravan and Camping’ Instagram account.  Make sure to follow along @letsgocaravancamping to see what I’ve got… Continue reading

Do dogs look forward to holidays too?

You betcha! Our feeling has always been that dogs enrich your holiday experiences, they are the ones that will always go with you for a walk even if it’s when the sun is… Continue reading

Long Weekend Caravanning Karma

A long weekend is always welcome but I must admit we don’t tend to go away caravanning at those times because every other man and his dog does, so traffic can be a… Continue reading

Autumn Caravanning

It’s about now that we start to feel a bit down in Southern Australia at the thought of summer being over. Yes I will miss daylight saving, long nights, hot days, cool beaches and… Continue reading

From the River to the Sea, 1 State, 1 Day.

Have you ever followed a river to where it eventually flows out to the sea? You can do this in South Australia by following the Murray River from anywhere along its winding path… Continue reading

5 things you might not expect at Cape Le Grand National Park

The current edition of On The Road magazine has my story on visiting Cape Le Grand National Park in Western Australia but here are a few behind the story stories of things you… Continue reading