Time to reminisce – Tasmania 2006 adventure part 2

Welcome to part 2 of our Tasmania adventure from way back in 2006. It seems like a lifetime ago and it certainly is time to reminisce about what a fantastic trip this was and what an amazing place Tasmania is. At the end of part 1 we were leaving the incredible Hastings Caves in the…

Time to reminisce – Tasmania 2006 adventure part 1

About 10 years had passed since we had visited the beautiful Apple Isle and without ever camping there it was well and truly time to pack the Rodeo and point the bonnet south. We had fallen in love with Tassie the first time we ventured to this tiny island state and had always yearned to…

Time to reminisce – Weekend Getaways 2

Only about a month after our  mid north coast getaway we were itching to escape again and with a couple nights up our sleeve we decided our weekend getaway would be a bit closer to home this time. (Once again please excuse the quality of the photos in this post as we are going back…

Time to reminisce – Pilbara Part 7 Final

After our day on Rottnest Island we had a couple more nights in the city of Perth even enjoying a local production of the popular musical Cats on our final night here. With our time in the west coming to a close we pointed the trusty hilux east for the long journey home. Note to…

Time to reminisce – Pilbara Part 5

Back on the road we ventured south east along the increasingly busy Northern Highway pulling into the picturesque Opthalmia Dam located off the road  to Marble Bar for a barbecue lunch. A top bird watching spot we only wished we had more time to spend here and tick a few more off the list but…

Waterfall Wednesday and Hump Day Huts

Welcome to this weeks instalment of  Waterfall Wednesday and Hump Day Huts. This week for our Waterfall we take a look at Tjaynera (Sandy Creek) Falls in Litchfield National Park up in the amazing Northern Territory. Located in the more remote southern section of the park and accessed along the 4WD only Reynolds River Track…

Sunday Shorts

Today for our Sunday Shorts we are sticking with the beautiful and enchanting Victorian High Country. Just outside of and easily accessible from the quaint town of Omeo lies the remains of what was once touted as the largest gold sluicing operation in the world. The Oriental Claims Historic Site was operated by the Oriental…

Sunday Shorts

Welcome to another edition of our Sunday Shorts where we take a short snippet from somewhere around this great country of our that we have found to be inspiring and hopefully inspire you to explore near and far as often as you can. There is adventure around every corner. Today we though we would wander…

Time to Reminisce – Pilbara Part 2

Arriving in the big smoke of Perth after almost two weeks on the road it was time to indulge a bit staying at the Mercure Hotel in the city. Here for only a few days we hit the ground running to check out some of the local sights, although we would be returning to Perth…

Sunday shorts

Today we start what we hope will be a regular blog post on some of our favourite places to explore and camp around this beautiful country of ours. For our first ‘Sunday shorts’ post we are starting off very close to home for us. A short few hours west of Sydney, just over the beautiful…