Supporting Australian Music as you Travel

November is Aus Music Month, a time to celebrate and support Australian music and artists. Having live music at venues for everyone to enjoy is something that is a real drawcard when we… Continue reading

Centenary of Armistice

This Sunday, the 11th of November marks 100 years since the Armistice treaty was signed to end the First World War. One hundred years ago, on 11 November 1918, the guns of the… Continue reading

Melbourne City, Victoria

It’s Melbourne Cup day today and as the saying goes ‘it’s the race that stops a nation’, and it truly does. Funny as it is, there is probably no worse a time for… Continue reading

The Red Centre is in the Top Ten for 2019

Did you know that the Red Centre in the Northern Territory has been named 4th on Lonely Planet’s top ten regions for 2019? To me the red centre really does feels like the… Continue reading

What’s in Your Caravan or Camping Pantry?

We are lucky in our caravan to have a small pull out panty in the kitchen cabinets and in it we always keep a few staples items that are versatile ingredients and can… Continue reading

Aussie Backyard Bird Count

Did you know that this week you have the opportunity to participate in the Aussie Backyard Bird Count? It is running from the 22nd to the 28th of October and has been organized… Continue reading

I Choose SA Day

This is a clever initiative that was thought up by the organization, Brand South Australia. They are an independent organization that proudly promotes South Australia and all things SA business and locally made… Continue reading

Social Media Tourism- Are you In It?

Have you ever been scrolling through pictures on Instagram and said to yourself ‘Wow, where is that, I want to see that one day’’? Welcome to the world of social media tourism. What… Continue reading

Maps Improve Your Brain Power!

I read a newspaper article recently that discussed the loss of the skill of map reading and the importance that this skill has on keeping our brains actively making connections. This is probably something… Continue reading

Spring Into The Hills

The Adelaide Hills is finally feeling confident enough to throw off its grey overcoat and wow there is spectacular spring colour underneath. There is no better example of this than the Mount Lofty… Continue reading