Caravan Correspondent

Australian Travel Writer and Photographer 💙 Caravan Holidays.


The First Dan Murphy’s

Dan Murphy's PrahranIf you live in Australia you’d be familiar with the Dan Murphy’s liquor store chain. What you may not be familiar with is the story behind the man Dan Murphy and the beginnings of this business.

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Post Malone in Hosier Lane


More Melbourne Street Art

Hosier Lane street artMelbourne is one of those cities that even if you think you’ve seen it before, it pays to check again. When you wander through the city there is always something bright and quirky to catch your attention day and night. The laneways are always worth a look, especially if you want to see some wild and wacky art.

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Rumours Fleetwood Mac show


Umbrella Winter City Sounds 2019

Rumours Fleetwood Mac showThis weekend is your last chance if you’re in Adelaide to experience the Umbrella Music Festival. This year the festival has run from July 12 to this Sunday July 28 and it’s a chance to get out and enjoy live music in the city and suburbs with everything from pop, rock, hip hop, jazz, folk, metal and everything in between.

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Hindmarsh Island bridge Goolwa


Sri Chinmoy Peace River

Murray River GoolwaAre you familiar with the term Peace River? It was a new one to me but Australia’s largest river, the Murray River has been dedicated as one. I was only aware of it when I noticed a dedication plaque that is fixed to the bridge that spans the river from Goolwa to Hindmarsh Island.

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Jayco Silverline interior


Jayco Silverline Caravan

Jayco SilverlineThe Jayco Silverline slideout caravan has a futuristic sleek exterior which gives you just a hint of what to expect inside. On the outside it comes complete with a roll out awning, spare wheel covered on the draw bar and on the roof, a satellite dish, wind up antenna and solar panel. Two gas bottles are in a front compartment that has a slide out feature to make checking levels quick and easy. There is a gas oven inside the van and also an external connection for your BBQ. Continue reading

Ocean Baths Newcastle


Windy with a Chance of Huge Swell.

surfing AustraliaThe wet, windy and wild weather we have been experiencing lately in South Australia has been whipping up some huge waves along the coastline and for as far as the eye can see. The white peaks and troughs of waves are visible to the horizon in fact. The conditions have reminded me of a trip we did to the east coast a while ago during winter where I saw the biggest surf I’ve ever seen in this country.

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