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Australian Travel Writer and Photographer ๐Ÿ’™ Caravan Holidays.

Karlu Karlu / Devils Marbles NT


This is one spot I canโ€™t pass without staying at, whenever we travel in the Northern Territory. Karlu Karlu, also known as the Devils Marbles, has a very mysterious feel about it and never fails to leave you awestruck.

The way they were formed isnโ€™t that mysterious though, the balancing marble like boulders are a result of a process over millions of years where solid granite rocks have eroded away due to the elements and left weathered granite boulders perched on rock platforms.

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Great Reads for Holiday Time: Island Home – a Landscape Memoir by Tim Winton

Some people might find this book is a little heavier going to read, I know I did, but I also think itโ€™s a really important one to read. I want to love reading Tim Winton books but I do find his use of language goes over my head sometimes. I find his elaborate and complicated manner of writing makes me have to think too hard to find reading his books easy, but if you can get past that or donโ€™t have a problem with it, he certainly has a way of describing the Australian landscape, lifestyle and people completely and precisely.

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Stop Shop & Support

In the November issue of Liquid Life & Leisure Magazine online, you can find some real ways to help communities doing it tough in rural areas around Australia. The current drought has been named as the worst on record for the Murray Darling Basin, Australiaโ€™s biggest river system. In some places drought conditions have been affecting them for more than 3 years. I think sometimes we take for granted where the food in our supermarkets comes from and only pay attention when prices go up and we find out the reasons why.

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Driving from Adelaide to Melbourne

Weโ€™ve driven National Highway A8 and the Western Highway a few times in the last few months and itโ€™s a relatively easy drive. You can of course break it up, staying overnight or as long as you like on the way to Melbourne, but itโ€™s also doable in a day.ย  The entire route takes a little over 8 hours to drive, remembering that when you hit the Victorian border you will lose half an hour when the time zone moves forward.

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