If you are after some tips on where to catch squid on Eyre Peninsula, then grab a copy of the December / January edition of Fishing SA magazine on sale now. I give the lowdown on the best jetties for a successful trip. Not only that, the magazine is also full of ideas and tips… Read More Best Squidding spots on Eyre Peninsula
That is the title of the latest story I’ve written for On The Road magazine, spring 2022 edition. The story looks at how silo art has taken off in Australia, with more than 50 once drab and neglected concrete silos and other structures, now sporting a new coat of paint, which in the process has… Read More How a Coat of Paint can Refresh a Town
I’m excited to have been invited to collaborate with ‘Australian Silo Art Trail’, to promote these beautiful works of art and increase tourism to the regional towns and communities where they are. By visiting these small towns we can help their economy when we stay in the regions and spend our money with local businesses.
My latest write up for Unsealed 4×4 has a guide to Broken Hill and surrounds, for first time visitors. It’s such a surprising place to visit, where drag queens, miners, art and history all intermingle. Take a look at what there is to see here.
The Winter edition of On The Road magazine is out now and I’m pleased to say that I have a couple of short articles inside. In each magazine, there is a section called ‘Curious Australis’ which show snippets of some of the quirkier things, or interesting places to stop and visit as you travel around… Read More Winter On The Road
Take a walk around any caravan park and you’ll see the majorIty of happy campers have a Weber BBQ. One of the reasons I love it, is because of all the accessories that are made for it.