The statistics for our last trip have been tallied, so for those interested in a similar trip, here are a few details of our loop around three states. We drove a total of 3763 kilometres in 31 days, starting in SA then travelling to Broken Hill in New South Wales, down through Victoria’s western region… Read More Tri State Trip Round Up
Caravanning or camping off grid is something we love to do. There’s nothing better than being able to choose your campmates to share a wide open space and enjoy each others company around a campfire each night. Along with that, comes camp oven cooking…delicious!
Everyone has a few must have’s packed in their camping gear or caravan, the pieces of equipment that make living on the road or going on holidays easy. For cooking outdoors a BBQ is a must but I’ve also started using the Campmaster deep dish butane stove, and it’s a winner.
Just a quick blog today to announce that I will be collaborating with RV Daily magazine with a few stories. The first of them can be found here and it’s a few helpful ideas for those about to start off-grid or free camping. 🙂
For those contemplating free camping it can seem a little daunting, but with a bit of preparation you may find it will be your favourite (and cheapest) way to experience a caravan holiday in Australia. The phrase free camping can cover a few different options from roadside stops on highways, to more remote off the… Read More 9 Top Tips for Free Camping
Let me start this with, the reason to go to Baird Bay is to swim with dolphins and sealions! Normally that is, but not during winter while we are here. The tours to see and swim with them starts again in September. But even without that, it’s also a lovely spot to visit and stay… Read More Baird Bay to Murphy’s Haystacks