The Gibb River Road is an amazing dirt road adventure through the heart of the Kimberly in Western Australia. The dusty road was once a cattle route and now it is an iconic 4wd expedition. There are plenty of gorges, rivers and waterfalls to explore.Read More »
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 »
Heading off-road and hitting the tracks is something we often do. We are either with friends or explore on our own. Going solo can be a little risky, if you don’t know the area you may run into trouble.Read More »
We’ve recently improved our self-sufficient setup for camping. It started with Dixie receiving an XTM 120watt solar blanket for a recent birthday. To complement the blanket we purchased a Redarc BCDC 1225D to help keep our auxiliary battery fully charged. We also upgraded our fridge due to necessity.Read More »
Finally, Dixie has joined the 40’s club! He’s a bloke who loves the outdoors, camping and 4wding. When Whitegum Farm popped up on my Instagram feed I knew this would be the perfect spot to celebrate his birthday.Read More »
Easter has to be one of my favourite holidays. There is no pressure to find the perfect gift or cook fancy food. For us, it is about spending quality time together and going camping at Easter has become a bit of a tradition.
My partner Dixie helped me put this post together as he is the one who is always tinkering away and making changes to our Landcruiser.
Potters Gorge has had a bit of a bush makeover (if there is such a thing) since the last time we were there. It has been upgraded to have nice large campsites, paths, shelters, BBQs and a mountain bike pump track.
The name Potters Gorge is a little misleading as there is no gorge in the area. The campground is actually situated along the banks of Wellington Dam. Read More »
There is something special about Walpole. A little town surrounded by natural beauty. You don’t have to wander too far to discover everything on offer. Spend your days swimming, bushwalking, kayaking, taking a scenic drive and immerse yourself in nature.Read More »
To tell you the truth I was a little nervous about doing the Holland Track. I didn’t really know what to expect. I just knew we would be in a remote part of Western Australia 4wding for 3 days. Thoughts were running through my head like what if the kids get hurt or sick? What if we breakdown and can’t get help? I mean the thought of spending days on end in a car with small children is enough to send anyone into a panic attack. What I didn’t expect was to be intrigued by the pioneer John Holland and his life.