Caravan Correspondent

Australian Travel Writer and Photographer 💙 Caravan Holidays.


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Let’s Go Caravan and Camping!

Recently I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to take over the ‘Let’s Go Caravan and Camping’ Instagram page for a week.

Let’s Go Caravan and Camping Australia https://www.letsgocaravanandcamping.com.au/  provides information on holiday parks, destinations, caravans and more, to give Aussies resources to plan a family getaway in the great outdoors. I was thrilled to have the opportunity therefore to take over their Instagram and show a favourite spot in South Australia for not only my family but a lot of locals and visitors alike.

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Fabulous Fleurieu – Goolwa and Port Elliot

I’ve just paid another visit to the fabulous Fleurieu region in South Australia discovering more things to see and do in the restful havens of Goolwa and Port Elliot.  So close to Adelaide they are easily visited in a day trip or better still for a quick weekend away, but to really live the lifestyle of the locals stay a few days to unwind, chill and soak it up.

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Jetties Collect Life

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How true this is for both below and above the water. I’m drawn to jetties, there is something that makes them compelling to stroll on and try to see or wonder at the life below them.  They are feats of engineering and have to put up with the harshest of wind, waves and other weather conditions sometimes unfortunately capitulating to the damage of ferocious storms.  I love the repetition of the old weathered, wooden pylons which are great to photograph as are the whole structures for their vanishing point perspectives into the horizon.

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Stand strong, unwavering and shine.

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I love lighthouses and with a coastline as huge as Australia we have a lot to discover. I am drawn to their resilience and purpose, not to mention the incredibly stunning views they afford from their locations.  No lighthouses are manned in Australia these days, they are all automated, but in some cases weather readings and other information are still taken from their locations.

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Holidays stay with you forever

 Today my daughter turned 21! A beautiful milestone and a day to be celebrated.  So with a party happening soon, I asked my daughter what would she like to do on her actual birthday, just the two of us.  But she didn’t answer with go shopping, go out somewhere for lunch or anything terribly indulgent.  What she wanted and needed was to jump in the car and head to a favourite family holiday spot, a beach town that we’ve been going to every year since she was born (and before).

Many happy holidays have been spent here, from playing on the swings at the beach to feeding ducks in the local park, riding a tourist train to getting buried in the sand.

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Port Elliot Top 5 things to do.

Port Elliot Caravan Park

You’ll find one of South Australia’s best caravan parks just over 80kms from Adelaide. Port Elliot and the gorgeous Horseshoe Bay are well known to SA locals and it’s a popular place year round.  With springs arrival and daylight savings on the horizon there’s no better time to hook on the van and discover what’s on offer in Port Elliot. Here is my list of all-time top 5 things to do when you are holidaying along this spectacular coastline on the Fleurieu Peninsula.

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