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Australian Travel Writer and Photographer 💙 Caravan Holidays.

Coffin Bay ~Roos and Views

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Coffin Bay is one stop on Eyre Peninsula not to miss and even though it is surrounded with National Park, which is one of the drawcards for visiting, you can still have some great experiences while travelling with your dog.

The caravan park is on the foreshore and has lovely views over the bay. It is close enough to town to be able to walk everywhere and the park is dog friendly. Throughout the town and caravan park you’ll have kangaroos and emus wandering through, so make sure your dog is on a leash at all times.

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On The Road Magazine – Is this Australia’s most Picturesque Gaol?

Trial Bay GaolThe May / June edition of On The Road magazine has my story on the South West Rocks region of New South Wales and a number of places to visit while you’re there. One site I found surprising was Trial Bay Gaol.

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Caravan and Camping on Tour in Esperance

Before visiting Esperance in Western Australia, all I knew about it was the name of the town and roughly where it was, now I only have to hear the name and I am transported back to this dream destination with the most vivid ultramarine water I’ve ever seen and sand so icing sugar white, it take your breath away.

In the current edition of Caravan & Motorhome on Tour magazine, issue 267, you can read my story on what makes this area so special to visit. Continue reading


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Winter in the Adelaide Hills

The changing seasons are always very noticeable in the Adelaide Hills. Where I live is only around 40 kilometres from Adelaide but has a very rural feel and lifestyle about it. After the blaze of autumn colour we gradually slip into winter and a grey coat of fog and drizzle descends.

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5 things you might not expect at Cape Le Grand National Park

The current edition of On The Road magazine has my story on visiting Cape Le Grand National Park in Western Australia but here are a few behind the story stories of things you may not expect.

Cape Le Grand National Park and in particular Lucky Bay, were high on the list of places I’ve always wanted to visit in Western Australia. The main reason was to see the beach that I’d noticed being consistently voted as having the whitest sand of all Australia’s beaches and that combined with crystal clear turquoise water AND kangaroos on the beach – You had me!

What I wasn’t expecting but you might just want to add to your trip notes were:

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Want to share your day at the beach with roos?

Believe it or not there are a few places in Australia where this is possible. One of these places is Lucky Bay in Cape Le Grand National Park. If this Western Australian destination isn’t on your list of must see places add it right now!

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