The Ten Best Places to See Wildlife in Australia (Concrete Playground)


You can pop along to the zoo any day, but seeing a wild thing in its native habitat is far more exciting — although, it’s admittedly slightly trickier. While spiders and mozzies don’t have too much trouble making themselves known, our cuter, fuzzier, more loveable creatures are shy, shy, shy. Whether you want to lunch with a ‘roo, […]

Eyre Peninsula – Budget Savvy Camping (Part 2 of 2 Western Side)


Continuing on from Part 1 of our article on Budget Savvy Camping on the Eyre Peninsula, we now take a look at our 5 top low cost camping options on the western coast of the EP. Talk about kicking goals….. South Australia is a very lucky state to have this little triangle of land full […]

Eyre Peninsula – Budget Savvy Camping (Part 1 of 2- Eastern Side)


South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula has to be one of the most popular areas in Australia to explore and experience whilst at the same time enjoying some of the best budget campsites Oz has to offer. Perhaps not all campsites are your typical ‘holiday hotspots’, but if you’re a traveller, nomad or on an extended holiday, […]

Hull Heads Camping Ground (North QLD)


The Hull Heads Camping Ground is a very basic camping area that serves as an easy ‘no-fuss’ spot for campers to spend a night or two. Keen anglers would enjoy the fishing opportunities here if they bring along a small boat to launch directly from the boat ramp. The camp area itself is small and […]

Sky Tracks Storage System


Storage Space…….  A nightmare issue for many caravanners and travellers, especially those with kids! Our 2012 Jayco Eagle Outback is very close to being a perfect camper for us- it has so many positives that make our life on the road as a family of 5 enjoyable. It has the ability to be taken to […]

Lucky Bay Camping Area (Cape Le Grand NP)


Cape Le Grand National Park is located 50 kms east of Esperance by sealed road (or a 22km beach drive) and features spectacular coastal scenery – white sandy beaches, gorgeous turquoise waters that have to be seen to be believed, and rocky headlands. Massive outcrops of rock form a “chain of peaks” which include Mt […]

Introducing the Hema Nomad Explorers


A couple of Hema explorers are preparing to start life as travelling nomads to better understand the navigation needs of long-term tourers. Lynda and Wal – the Hema Nomad Explorers – are a couple of experienced travellers who are discovering Australia with a caravan in tow. Along the way they will be engaging with the […]

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