Are you on a budget and want to see as much of Australia as possible? Or maybe you just want to get away from it all and enjoy the remoteness of Australia.
Whatever your reason why you want to free camp, here is a guide to get you on your way to discovering the land down under!Read More »
Around this time last year, I watched a documentary called War on Waste. It opened my eyes and I was shocked to find Australia is one of the most wasteful countries in the developed world.Read More »
Mother’s day is just around the corner. Hard to believe I know as it feels like Christmas was just the other day! Does your mum love to camp? If you answered yes then I am here to help you find the perfect gift for her. Don’t let your mum sacrifice on comfort during her next camping trip. Your mum deserves the best, spoil her with a glamping gift this Mother’s Day.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 »
Bali is fondly known as another state in Western Australia. It is cheaper and closer for us West Aussies to go to Bali on a holiday then it is to visit the Eastern States. I have lost count the number of times I have been to Bali but it is more than 10 times.
If you have never been to Bali before and planning a trip here are few things that you need to know.Read More »
Getting natural photos of my children is something I always struggle with. My mission is to become a better photographer and capture beautiful moments of our adventures. While I don’t put close up photos of my children on the blog, I want them to have private images to look back on when they are older.
Hollie Mackenzie a Perth Lifestyle Photographer has given me some tips to improve my photography. Kindly she has shared her tips on how to get great candid photos.Read More »
Have you ever had trouble trying to find a tourist attraction in a new city? Found yourself walking in circles? Strolling the streets aimlessly?
So many times I recall being in a new city following the tourist signs which lead to a major attraction, then the signs seem to stop. You know you must be close but you just can’t find your way. You ask a local and things seem to get lost in translation.Read More »
The Gibb River Road is a trip Dixie and I are constantly talking about and hope to do soon. Today we have a guest blogger Rosemary McGugian who is the owner and operator of Best Of The Kimberley, the holiday and tour planning specialists in Broome. If you are planning on doing this trip I trust that her below tips will help you with your preparation.
Source Image Australia’s North West Tourism Read More »
Spending years travelling the world I picked up lots of tips and tricks along the way that helped me to have an enjoyable experience. Here are some of my travel tips just for you!Read More »
Gone are the days of throwing a bag of clothes in the Troopy (which was decked out for camping) and hitting the road in search of a new adventure. Now that we have small children we need to be more organised to make life a little easier.Read More »