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
As part of the Illuminate Adelaide Festival, Harbor Lights Victor Harbor brings the festival to the Fleurieu region with neon installations and interactive displays in Warland Reserve until this Sunday, the 11th of September 2022. Every evening from 6pm – 10pm the light shows and interactive exhibits are on and if you have the chance… Read More Harbor Lights Illumination Event – Victor Harbor
Sounds ominous doesn’t it, but of course as always there’s a story behind the name. From Burra in the mid north of South Australia we take the Worlds End Highway (yes true) until we get to another sign post for Worlds End Reserve. From here on, the world as you know it does come to… Read More Camping at Worlds End
I’ve written some editorials for The Australian Silo Art Trail, and one of the pieces can be found here in ‘Australian Seniors News’. It was a real pleasure to hear an artists insight into the process of silo painting, and if you take a look at Sam Brook’s perspective of painting the silos at Eudunda… Read More New Article – Eudunda Silo Art
The last stop on our Eyre Peninsula journey for 2022 was Whyalla. Years ago this was a town that we would just pass through on our way to somewhere else, mainly because it was only known as an industrial city, built on the steelworks that still dominates the town. For many years it didn’t have… Read More Whyalla 2022
I’m excited to have been invited to collaborate with ‘Australian Silo Art Trail’, to promote these beautiful works of art and increase tourism to the regional towns and communities where they are. By visiting these small towns we can help their economy when we stay in the regions and spend our money with local businesses.