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Travel The Explorers Way SA to NT

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An epic Aussie road trip is to drive through the centre of the country from south to north, along the Explorers Way ~ Stuart Highway. Read my latest story for what to see and expect on this drive, on CamperMate https://blog.campermate.com.au/getaway-guides/nt/travel-the-explorers-way-a-caravanners-guide/

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The Magnificent Flinders Ranges in South Australia

The Flinders Ranges is one region in South Australia that gets mentioned in all the tourism guides, as a must see destination in the state, and for good reason.  Even to those of us who live here and can visit this range easily, the breath taking panorama of mountains, wildlife, gorges and natural bushland make you feel lucky to have such a place to explore and savour.

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Surf, Ride, Walk the South Coast – South Australia

There’s a new Getaway Guide I’ve written for the CamperMate website which lets visitors know of the best places to go for active outdoor summer fun on the Fleurieu Peninsula.

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Yorke Peninsula Holiday Guide

It’s summertime and holidays spent lazing by a beach are calling.

If you live in South Australia then you’d be no stranger to Yorkes (Yorke Peninsula to non-South Australians) but maybe there are some parts you haven’t spent much time in yet.

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New destination guide on CamperMate

While I’m still away on a road trip I’ll leave you with a link to my latest destination guide on the campermate app.

Overland Corner – Beers and biosphere

While you’re there, check out the stories from my friend and fellow traveller, Miriam Blaker.

Cheers

Glenys


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CamperMate Ideas To Holiday Here This Year

This campaign was launched by Tourism Australia in January 2020, as part of a national bushfire recovery effort to encourage Australian’s to see their own backyard, whether it was for a weekend away or a longer journey. It was tapping into the idea that a lot of Australians wanted to assist communities impacted by the horrific bushfires experienced over the summer and promoted ideas to visit areas impacted directly or indirectly and spend in the shops, restaurants, hotels, caravan parks – anywhere and everywhere.

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