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Australian Travel Writer and Photographer 💙 Caravan Holidays.

How to Find Yourself in Jail in Goolwa, and Enjoy It.

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When in the riverport town of Goolwa in South Australia, make sure to take a walk to Goolwa Terrace where you’ll discover not only one of the many historic buildings to find in town, but also see some unique local art. View the pictures →

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Kaniva Raises the Baa with Community Art

IMG_0214Kaniva is around the halfway point when you’re driving from Adelaide to Melbourne and it’s a town we always make a point of stopping in. Not only have we always had friendly service and great coffees, they also have really easy parking, clean public conveniences, and there is a unique painted sheep trail to follow. Continue reading

South Melbourne Market

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thumbnail_IMG_3993Markets, whether small country town outdoor ones or big city permanent fixtures, are always something I like to seek out for a number of reasons. They can be quite a tourist attraction in their own right, with all the sights, colours and aromas and they give you a true feel for the region and its people. They are of course also a fantastic source for fresh fruit, vegetables, cheese, seafood and meats. The atmosphere is always busy and buzzing with life which is something we’ve all missed for the past year, so it’s nice to feel some of that normal society busy life again. View the pictures →

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Goldy’s Tavern – Collingwood

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003Goldy’s Tavern in the Melbourne suburb of Collingwood is a little gem of a traditional style pub in the burbs which is a must see for the retro fans out there, or for those of us that lived with this décor the first time around. View the pictures →

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Arbory Afloat – Melbourne

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thumbnail_IMG_4128Here’s a unique venue to try in Melbourne city. Arbory Afloat, as the name suggests, is a floating bar and restaurant on the Yarra River, in the heart of Melbourne. Each year for the past five, this floating casual bar has been operating on the river and this year the décor has been altered to recreate the feeling of an Australian beach house.

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Johnnys Green Room Rooftop Bar & Lygon Street Carlton

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012You shouldn’t miss a stroll along Lygon Street when you visit Melbourne. This leafy tree lined street in the heart of Carlton is known as ‘Little Italy’ mainly due to the Italian families who populated the area when they migrated in the 1950s and it’s the place where Melbourne’s cafe culture was born. History names it as the first place to install an espresso machine in Australia. Today the street is still crammed with Italian restaurants, ice cream shops, boutiques and bars and is a vibrant place to visit on a night out. View the pictures →

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