Looking back on our travels in 2022, there was one of our stopovers that I missed in my blogs but it’s a town that definitely deserves a mention. Melrose is around 280 kilometres north of Adelaide in the Southern Flinders Ranges, and the town sits at the foot of Mount Remarkable. The town is a… Read More Melrose SA – Bikes and Brews
Underground Art is a term used for art that operates outside of conventional norms including street art. Recently though, I stumbled upon a literal use of the term in the mid north town of Crystal Brook in South Australia. A subway going beneath the rail line caught my attention and I wondered if there might… Read More Underground Art in Crystal Brook
I’ve written some editorials for The Australian Silo Art Trail, and one of the pieces can be found here in ‘Australian Seniors News’. It was a real pleasure to hear an artists insight into the process of silo painting, and if you take a look at Sam Brook’s perspective of painting the silos at Eudunda… Read More New Article – Eudunda Silo Art
The last stop on our Eyre Peninsula journey for 2022 was Whyalla. Years ago this was a town that we would just pass through on our way to somewhere else, mainly because it was only known as an industrial city, built on the steelworks that still dominates the town. For many years it didn’t have… Read More Whyalla 2022
We’ve arrived at Cowell just a bit too early for crabbing season, but it seems to be the place for blue swimmer crabs at the right time, which is any month with an ‘r’ in it. Mind you we crossed paths with one traveller who told us they were being caught now in Cowell in… Read More Colourful Cowell
Take a detour off the Lincoln Highway, around 45 kilometres south of Cowell and you’ll find one of the friendliest towns on Eyre Peninsula, Arno Bay. This little gem is a quiet, unassuming town that has oodles of things to do, and the whole family are catered for.