From our camp in the Richmond National Park our next Easter get-away destination was Kyogle in northern N.S.W where we planned on camping the night in a friend's backyard. But first we wanted to do some more sight-seeing … [Read more...]
Going camping is the perfect way to explore Australia and the many beautiful spots that you can find hidden 'off the beaten track.'
Whether you are camping in a tent, are new to camping or want some inspiration for camp cooking, you can find lots of info here.
If you are looking for an awesome family friendly and large camp ground then you really can't go past Cobb and Co Nine Mile Camping Ground. This giant camp oven is at the entrance to Cobb and Co Camp Ground. Cobb … [Read more...]
Easter in Australia is probably one of the most popular times of the year to get away for a short break. As it falls at the start of our Autumn it is often the last chance to soak up some sun before the weather starts … [Read more...]
One of the things we wanted to be able to do on our outback Queensland trip was visit a Dinosaur Fossil Museum. So with that in mind we headed from Longreach to Richmond. There have now been numerous discoveries of … [Read more...]
The first four days of our Queensland outback adventure were spent travelling from the Gold Coast to Blackall. We had an overnight stop in Roma and then two nights at Charleville. Miners Monument at the Big Rig Oil … [Read more...]
It will depend on what type of camping you are planning on doing, as to what items you will deem to be Camper Essentials. We have had a couple of reorganise's since purchasing our trailer. We are now pretty happy … [Read more...]
Buying your first camper trailer is a big decision. It took us months of research before we made our final choice. When you go to pick up your new trailer, the first thing you will want to know is how to set it up. … [Read more...]