You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to get the concept of ‘Blue Therapy’. Many of us do this unconsciously when we seek holidays near the coast. We go in search of those peaceful and calming sights and sounds, like waves lapping on a beach, a cool sea breeze on a hot summer day… Read More Is it Time for some Blue Therapy ?
Travelling around Australia and enjoying land based fishing as we do, you come across a lot of really great jetties. They are so important to recreational fishers and there are quite a few around Australia that are attractions in themselves, even if you aren’t there for the fishing.
That is the title of the latest story I’ve written for On The Road magazine, spring 2022 edition. The story looks at how silo art has taken off in Australia, with more than 50 once drab and neglected concrete silos and other structures, now sporting a new coat of paint, which in the process has… Read More How a Coat of Paint can Refresh a Town
It’s bound to happen at some stage on a holiday, those days where it’s just rainy, miserable and not made for the usual outdoor caravanning lifestyle we want to enjoy. You expect it of course during winter, but with the La Nina weather system set to hang around for a while, it pays to have… Read More When the Rain Sets in
I’m always amazed to find as we travel around the country, how many super talented people there are in all parts of Australia, and it makes me think that their work should be seen by a bigger audience than just those of us who are passing through, and were lucky enough to find it. Recently… Read More Arty Rural Communities in SA
You will see a lot of weird things when you road trip in Australia. A lot of quirky things you pass on the road have come about from either boredom or Aussie humour I suspect. Those things include termite mounds dressed in t-shirts in the Northern Territory, and the odd tree adorned with bras, or… Read More Quirky Australia