We have been camping around the South West of WA in our Jayco Eagle Outback for about 6 months using the standard Dometic 3-way fridge. We found it a challenge keeping it cold while camping in different locations during our recent hot WA Christmas. So, we decided to remove the original Dometic 90 litre 3-way fridge and replace it with a Bushman 130 litre DCX 130 12V compressor fridge.Read More »
Author: Anne @ Let Me Be Free
Review: Ninja Shark Snorkel
Santa must have known the children will be spending lots of time in the water. That is why he left a full face Ninja Shark Snorkel under our tree.
We are about to head off on a 3-month trip, exploring the Western Australia coast and beyond. We plan to interact with curious Sea Lion pups in Jurien Bay, swim with Whale Sharks in Exmouth and snorkel the coral reefs located along the coast.Read More »
2020 wasn’t that bad
It seems that everyone from around the world was wishing 2020 away. Yes it is true, Covid-19 threw a few spanners in the works but 2020 wasn’t that bad for us. Our travel plans were postponed but lots of other wonderful things happened.
Here are a few good things that happened in 2020.Read More »
Murchison House Station
Welcome to Murchison House Station, where the outback meets the ocean. The property is a whopping 350 000 acres and you can camp along the banks of the Murchison River.Read More »
Ambassador for Modern Swaggie
Over the past few weeks, we have been putting Modern Swaggie clothes and products to the test. We hitched up our camper trailer and headed north to Cliff Head and Murchison House Station.
Perth Local Loves
I made a promise to myself to start supporting small businesses this year. There are so many wonderful Australian businesses out there selling unique products that you may not find in the shops.Read More »
Our Kids Bucket List
When we were in lockdown the kids starting talking about all the things they wanted to do! Some things we could achieve while we were at home, other experiences would need to wait.Read More »
Our Jayco Eagle Outback
We did something scary!
We bought an unseen 2016 Jayco Eagle Outback. That is right, we handed over a wad of cash for something we had only seen on the internet.Read More »
Australian Made Camping Gear
There is no better time to buy Australian Made. Every time you buy local products it supports Australian jobs and boosts our economy. Plus you know you will be getting a quality product built to last.
Camping Rules to Live By
There seems to be a lot of new campers out there.
How do I know this? Read More »