Tag Archive: road trip

Do dogs look forward to holidays too?

You betcha! Our feeling has always been that dogs enrich your holiday experiences, they are the ones that will always go with you for a walk even if it’s when the sun is… Continue reading

Stormin’ Normy

Summer in Australia is nearly officially over, but there will still be plenty of good weekends ahead to getaway. We’ve just spent a weekend at Normanville on the western side of Fleurieu Peninsula… Continue reading

From the River to the Sea, 1 State, 1 Day.

Have you ever followed a river to where it eventually flows out to the sea? You can do this in South Australia by following the Murray River from anywhere along its winding path… Continue reading

What’s on your Christmas Wish List?

Oh dear, not many weeks to go until Christmas, doesn’t it sneak up on you fast! I thought I would put my ideas out there to help anyone who’s looking for a gift… Continue reading

Tourism Awards Time in Australia

Every year around this time the Australian State Tourism Awards and Brolga Awards in the Northern Territory happen. So keeping an eye on the results for this year in South Australia, Western Australia and… Continue reading

Caravan Maintenance

We’ve had our Jayco Sterling caravan now for three years having bought it second hand. The prices and choices were better in the eastern states than in South Australia so my husband and… Continue reading

Fathers Day – Here’s to the camping Dads.

This Sunday in Australia is Father’s Day so today’s post is paying homage to all the dads who have taken their kids caravan and camping and taught them important skills including a love… Continue reading

Follow me…Stairways to Heaven and Paths to Glory

Some places just say follow me…… Do you find yourself wondering when you’re travelling, ‘where do these steps lead to?’ Sometimes the destination is obvious but other times I’ve found myself looking down at… Continue reading

Australia’s East Coast to West Coast for under $20

Yes it’s true! For less than $20 you can experience the eastern most point of Australia, Cape Byron and Byron Bay to the most westerly point of the continent at Steep Point in… Continue reading

Learn from the Locals

I love preparing for a holiday by researching a destination. The internet, magazines, friends and social media can tell you a lot about where you are going.  This is great if you want… Continue reading