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Australian Travel Writer and Photographer 💙 Caravan Holidays.

Spectacular Stenhouse Bay & Innes National Park

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Stenhouse Bay is located in the toe of the boot shaped Yorke Peninsula in South Australia, a little over 3 hours drive from Adelaide. It’s located in Dhilba Guuranda-Innes National Park which was renamed in late 2020, around the 50th anniversary of its proclamation as a National Park.

It was renamed to signify the start of a new chapter and co-management agreement with the Narungga traditional owners.

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Pretty in Pink – South Australian Salt Lakes

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If you’ve ever seen photos on social media and tourism advertising of incredible looking bubble gum pink coloured lakes, you may think a fair bit of photo manipulation has happened, but it is possible to see these lakes with your own eyes and no filters required, in South Australia.

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South Australia’s Silo Art Trail

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I’m gradually getting around to visiting as many painted silos and water towers around the country as I can, and added to that are the many, many brilliant examples of street art and murals in towns across Australia.

Here are a few of the incredible silos to look for as you travel in South Australia.

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Penong Windmill Museum

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I think Australia may just have a museum for everything. Many of the smaller towns and rural areas like to be known as ‘The Home of (whatever)’ so it was no surprise to find that this is true on Eyre Peninsula too.

This one however, is a little bit different in that it’s an open air museum, as you’d expect, when the collection is the iconic windmills of Australia.

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Cleaning Up Our Beaches

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Like most Australians, many of our holidays are spent by the coast and we’re spoilt for choice when it comes to beautiful beaches and spectacular coastline in Australia. Whether you spend time in the water or simply taking a stroll along the beach it sadly doesn’t take long to find some rubbish.

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9 Top Tips for Free Camping

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For those contemplating free camping it can seem a little daunting, but with a bit of preparation you may find it will be your favourite (and cheapest) way to experience a caravan holiday in Australia.

The phrase free camping can cover a few different options from roadside stops on highways, to more remote off the beaten track coastal camps, or even low cost camping where you pay a small fee via an honour box to stay in a council managed campground.

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