A blank page in the diary for the weekend was staring at me! Do we stay home and get some chores done or go camping? Before you know it we were getting ready to spend a night in the bush.
“One night pack light” says Dixie. Is that even possible when you have children? I tried my best to just take the essential items.Read More »
We have camped with our children since they were infants. I must admit I was nervous when we strapped our little bundle of joy into the car and headed down a rough dirt track into the Aussie bush. We camped in a remote location with no amenities just plenty of fresh country air and tall trees to give us shade.Read More »
People often tell me that they are envious of our adventures. We try and get away every six weeks and they are usually short camping trips. I decided to put the call out to all my friends and let them know that we were camping at Lake Brockman. Any one was welcome to join us and to my surprise we had 11 families take up the offer. It was a wonderful getaway for everyone and most of all I loved seeing the children enjoying nature.Read More »
Camping is in our blood and we try and get out at least every six weeks. We are constantly thinking of ways we can improved out set up to make our lives easier. I must admit that our cutlery was always in a bit of a mess until now!Read More »
Conto Campground is located 21 kilometers south of the tourist town of Margaret River in Western Australia (270kms south of Perth). To find the campground head out of Margaret River on the Bussell Highway, turn right onto Boodjidup Road, left onto Caves Road and then right onto Conto Road.Read More »
Do you want to go camping but not sure if it is for you? Here is what a typical day looks like when we go camping.
We are filled with excitement as we set off on our camping adventure. A new place to explore and new things to see, who knows what is installed for us.Read More »
Winding along the dirt track in our 4wd looking down at the valley slopes and onto the Murray River below. I was mesmerised by the stunning scenery and couldn’t wait to get to our camping spot to see what it was like.
Tony’s Bend camp ground is set in the Jarrah Forrest and it is where we set up our camper trailer for the weekend. Tall lean jarrah trees visible as far as the eye can see. There was little wind during our stay and just the leaves at the top of the trees were gently swaying in the breeze.
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