Category Archive: Wildlife

Houseboat Holidays on the Murray River

Australia’s longest river is the Murray River. It begins as a small stream from the Australian Alps then flows through 3 states before entering the Southern Ocean at Goolwa and the Coorong. Along… Continue reading

Going wild in Australia

One of the most appealing aspects of going caravanning is being out in nature and stopping to take in the natural surroundings and wildlife wherever we go. Travelling around Australia I’ve been lucky… 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

You’ve got to have personality to stand out.

The Australian pelican and the common seagull (also known as silver gull) can be found everywhere yet their personalities are so comical that they are two subjects I love to photograph on holidays.… Continue reading

Follow me…Stairways to Heaven and Paths to Glory

Some places just say follow me…… Do you find yourself wondering when you’re travelling, ‘where do these steps lead to?’ Sometimes the destination is obvious but other times I’ve found myself looking down at… Continue reading

Signs that you’re road tripping in Australia

Some of the signs you see on a road trip are obvious, it seems in Australia we have more than our fair share of animals that can run out or leap in front… Continue reading

Unforgettable Encounters with Animals

What makes a holiday memorable? Jaw dropping scenery sure, balmy weather absolutely, good food and wines does it for me too and of course the people you meet along the way. But, some… Continue reading

Giants on land and in the water.

After leaving Albany we just popped over to Denmark (in WA that is). We did our quick camp set up which we are becoming a well drilled team at now, then took a… Continue reading

Paradise Found!

After Esperance we travelled around 60kms east to Paradise, or Lucky Bay as it’s more commonly known.  Lucky Bay is in the Cape Le Grand National Park, you may have heard of it… Continue reading

Whale watching without a boat!

Did you know that whale watching in South Australia is as easy as driving to the right beach and waiting for the whales to come to you? Sounds impossible but it’s true.  There… Continue reading