We are so lucky in Australia to have a number of beaches where you can take a 4WD and enjoy the edges of our country. Whether you live in, or are just travelling through South Australia, this is one unique beach that has to be on your must do list.
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 beating heart of the country and when there I feel an energy that is perceptible. The big must see places include the… Read More The Red Centre is in the Top Ten for 2019
Have you ever followed a river to where it eventually flows out to the sea? You can do this in South Australia by following the Murray River from anywhere along its winding path to downstream where it spills into the Murray Mouth at Goolwa. This trip will show you how you can do it in… Read More From the River to the Sea, 1 State, 1 Day.
Yes it’s true! For less than $20 you can experience the eastern most point of Australia, Cape Byron and Byron Bay to the most westerly point of the continent at Steep Point in WA. And you can do it from the comfort of wherever you are in Australia, in your favourite chair. All you have… Read More Australia’s East Coast to West Coast for under $20
This is a line from my favourite poem “My Country” by Dorothea Mackellar and the reason I love this poem is, as anyone who has ever travelled in Australia knows, the words resonate so deeply yet so succinctly. This line in particular kept jumping into my mind on the last road trip where we hugged the coastline… Read More I love Her Jewel Sea
The homeward stretch began as we left Darwin behind with its coldest day on record, struggling to get above 21 degrees all day. Too cold here, time to head south (Ha Ha, that’s one for our Darwin friends). We stayed one night in Katherine then moved on to stay the next at Bitter Springs, Mataranka. … Read More Heading down the track.