Come with us as we cruise the majestic sweep of Cooloola Recreation Area’s Teewah Beach in the Great Sandy National Park to Noosa North Shore – the last stretch of our ‘Great Beach Highway’ journey!
Welcome to paradise – Fraser Island K’gari
With its wild untamed beaches, towering old-growth forests, crystal-clear freshwater lakes, and bountiful wildlife – including its most famous resident, the dingo, this beautiful heritage-listed island of sand will be one of the most exciting wilderness adventures you’ll ever experience!
Come with us and discover more hidden treasures as we head south along the Great Dividing Range.
Sweeping vistas, seasonal produce, stunning National Parks and a sprinkling of remote towns… this is our beautiful backyard!
The region is brimming with history and tiny towns just begging to be discovered.
Come with us on a journey through the towns of Outback Queensland… each with a unique and wonderous story to tell.
This big, beautiful country will take a lifetime to explore in full, but these unsung towns should be on every wanderer’s radar as they make their way north, south, east or west!
Nothing beats an outback road trip through the wide-open spaces, sweeping sand dunes and quirky towns of central west Queensland’s ‘big sky country’.
The hype of the Birdsville Races over the last couple of days was just an end reward for a cross-country journey across the Simpson that left us feeling so in touch with the land… and by now we had even become accustomed to be being covered with flies!
Dream big and plan your next adventure close to home…
Crossing the Simpson and cresting the legendary sand ridge of Big Red has been high on our ‘really-want-to-do-that list’ since our last visit to Birdsville.
This is a trip where you tick off landmarks, not attractions – the hot mineral waters of Dalhousie Springs and Purni Bore, The Lone Gum, the obligatory photo to mark the meeting of three states at Poeppel Corner, salt lakes, the boggy Eyre Creek, and last but not least the highest dune at 30 metres and the last of more than 1100 – ‘Big Red’.
NOW is the time to explore their own backyard… so sit back and relax in your armchair and come on another incredible journey with us!
Linking the Northern Territory’s Alice Springs with Mt Dare Hotel in South Australia’s Witjira National Park, the Old Andado Track, now known as the Binns Track is a minor dirt road through the western fringe of one of the world’s great sand ridge deserts, namely the Simpson.
This 438-kilometre track from Alice Springs via Santa Teresa and Old Andado Homestead took us a bit over 7-hours and was certainly a good introduction of what to expect on the Simpson Desert.
We all know this title has probably been used dozens of times before as a heading, but I just couldn’t resist using it again… and be warned ‘don’t call this city in the outback ‘The Alice’… it’s ‘Alice’ or ‘Alice Springs’ as we were told by many locals!
With the ‘Simpson Desert’ on the top of our ‘to-do-list’ we decided the shortest route to Alice Springs from Halls Creek was via another iconic Aussie 4WD track – the Tanami.
This less travelled track crosses the north-eastern corner of the Tanami Desert and carves a 1100-kilometre rugged path through flat, lifeless, and featureless desert from Halls Creek to Alice Springs.
This is very much an indigenous township with a strong cultural heritage of long occupation by the Jaru, Kija, Kukatja, Walmajarri, Gooniyandi Aboriginal people who still live in and around the small town and is said to be land crossed by many song-lines and trading paths stretching from the coast to the desert.
Purnululu Bungle Bungle National was high on our list of places to revisit when we decided to come back to the Kimberley…
It really is a beautiful part of the world and a place you really must see for yourself to appreciate. It’s sacred, special and beautiful… and the perfect destination for those looking to get off the beaten track in Australia.
Impenetrable coastline, unforgiving deserts, vast boab-studded spinifex plains and desolate ranges.
This wild, remote land of spectacular scenery that spreads over huge distances is Australia’s last frontier.
If you are looking for an adventure and want to experience the real outback, then join us on our road trip and enjoy the wonders of the Kimberley!
For the chance to see nature at its grandest you really need to put the Northern Territory at the top of your to do list… it’s certainly worth spending some time here.
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After almost a week of carvan park camping we were pretty excited to be back on the road taking in the scenery of the ‘Top End’ once again.
With Katherine and the turnoff to Western Australia ‘just down the road’ (a mere 316-kilometre journey ahead of us), we decided to take our time and stay a night or two along the way just to check out the many sights and attractions close to the highway!
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This small tropical city has taken quite a battering over the last 150 or so years; first by the Japanese air force during the Second World War and later by Cyclone Tracy in 1974, which took 65 lives and devastated the city.
Come with us to the beautiful city of markets and beautiful sunsets where no one moves too fast in the heat or have a worry in the world… and usually finish a sentence with – ‘no worries mate!’
Kangaroos, goannas and a variety of birds all call this place home, but unlike Florence Falls, the real king in these parts is the fresh water croc… and apparently there’s one here that likes to nibble on backpackers… or so I am told.
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We haven’t been everywhere, but we have lots to share and we want to inspire other people who are planning their own lap around Australia…
… so start dreaming of your ultimate road trip.
Map your route and start planning your next big Aussie adventure for 2021. Now more than ever Australian communities are struggling due to the Corona Virus and the impact of summer bushfires… and we need you to secure your rooftop tent, pitch your tent, hitch up your van or jump in your camper and come on a camping holiday!
Hit the road and get out there… you never know what you will discover along the way!
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The Reynolds Track might be a short track of 44-kilometres, but we spent 3 very enjoyable days on an interesting and sometimes challenging track visiting some beautiful and less frequented waterfalls and camping at some beautiful campgrounds in a relatively unspoilt National Park.
This is one of our favoured destinations on the ‘Top End’ and as for the waterfalls and their swimming holes… well they just get better and better.
We have found some wonderful places on our travels that we continue to return to, and many more that continue to surprise us… but that’s what this country does best!
Sorry for the delay but stay tuned as we’ve now been travelling around the ‘Adventure Territory’!
The Northern Territory is more than just an outback adventure!
It is a land of beauty with iconic geographical landscapes, gorges, dense rainforests, vivid blue seas, beautiful swimming holes and hot springs and 4WD tracks…. all worthy of a snap at every turn and just begging to be loaded on your Instagram and Facebook feed.
With over 100-kilometres of dirt road and a few hours of driving ahead us (or more given my inclination to stop and take photos), we left Miyumba Bush Campground in the Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park and headed south toward Camooweal from where we planned to head west and cross the border into the Northern Territory.
Our precious animals are suffering in massive numbers as a result of the horrific bushfires sweeping our country.
They need our help!
If you’ve never heard of Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park then you are not alone… we hadn’t either until our last trip to the ‘Gulf Country’ a couple of years back!
This hidden gem, once part of Lawn Hill Station, is a lush magical oasis in the midst of an inhospitable landscape, and was another delightful find on our Aussie road trip.
Come with us to this hidden jewel in the north west of Queensland… it truly is a magnificent part of our world with its rich history shaped first by the Aboriginals who wove their stories of dreamtime across the landscapes.
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We didn’t have to travel to a galaxy far, far away to discover the Milky Way or the Southern Cross out here… this Outack sky was certainly impressive!
Under the starry skies, we drifted off to sleep to the hypnotic sound of nature, dreaming of what awaited us the next day.
his incredible Gulf country continued to surprise us and Gregory was no exception. It is an amazing place of dry, dusty, cracked earth devoid of water and food for the many creatures that live off this land… but when we descended into the rocky river bed of the Gregory River there was nothing but a tropical oasis of Pandanus and River Gums.
Please don’t go away…
We have been in some of the most beautiful parts of Australia, harsh and full of surprises and it has been just one epic adventure after another.
There are so many incredible stories to come over the next couple of months… but we have just been so busy enjoying ourselves I have unfortunatley neglected my blogs!
As evening fell everything quietened down and a chilly breeze rose causing us to huddled around the comforting warmth of our blazing campfire then as the nocturnal fauna slowly awakened, we snuggled down in our rooftop tent with our dog-eared books to read and listen to the soothing sound of the waterfall and dream away the night under a sky full of stars.
The Burke Development Road is an isolated section of road with nothing but properties, no campgrounds or camping, no toilets and no shops or fuel… just 560-kilometres of bulldust, corrugations and magnificent Cape York scenery.
We felt privileged to follow in the footsteps of ghosts of the past who forged their way over this rugged land… miners in search of gold, wearily wheeling their barrows full of their worldly possessions and Cameleers who trudged behind their camel teams.
The greatest part of our Aussie Outback adventure is the amazing sights along the way… so strap yourself in and come travel with us – the road ahead is packed full of suprises…
The national parks, beautiful waterholes and beaches, and a sprinkle of the unknown on this journey certainly turned it into another amazing Aussie adventure and although not quite off the beaten track as we would like, it is certainly a coastline worth exploring.
Over the next few weeks we will travel over 2,500-kilometres of tarmac along and the Pacific Coast Way, a highway that connects Coolangatta and Cairns.
The iconic east coast road trip from Sydney to Brisbane we were about to undertake, is known as the Legendary Pacific Coast, and is one of Australia’s top road trips.
Stretching 900-kilometres along the Pacific Coast, it takes in the Central Coast, Hunter, Mid North Coast and Northern Rivers, and has something for everyone around every turn… beautiful beaches, green rolling hills, beachside towns, riverside towns, wineries, historic sites and hinterland.
A fresh ocean breeze, the golden warmth of the sun, the soothing sound of the waves breaking against the shore… it’s no wonder us Aussies love the beach so much!
East of Broken Hill as the land flattened out, the straight stretch of road seemed longer, and the sun seemed to beat down more fiercely.
There is nothing more beautiful than a sunset over the dusty vastness of the flat, treeless plains that seem to stretch on forever.
It felt like we were on the edge of the world as we drank a toast to the setting sun!
Nyngan, Bourke, Barringun Roadhouse, Cunnamulla, Wayandra, Charleville, Augathella, Tambo, Blackall, Barcaldine, Longreach, Winton, Cloncurry, Mount Isa, Cloncurry, Burke & Wills Roadhouse, Normanton, Karumba Dont’ go
The vibrant colours that changed with the light, the natural amphitheatre of Wilpena Pound, the rocky mountain ranges, craggy outcrops and ancient cliffs are all part of this majestic Flinders Ranges National Park, or ‘Ikara’ as it is known to the Adnyamathanha people, the traditional owners of this land – ‘Ikara’ meaning ‘Meeting Place’.
We travelled through some unique outback towns of South Australia and the Northern Territory as we followed the long straight Stuart Highway. Come travel with us to Coober Pedy and beyond.
Let’s embark on another unforgettable journey through the jaw-dropping landscape of the Southern Flinders Ranges to historic, sprawling outback towns, Port Augusta and back through Quorn to Hawker.
Come with us and let us take you on a journey through the small villages of the Southern Flinders Ranges of South Australia to the beautiful touristy towns of Burra and Peterborough… and other towns that time seems to have forgotten – then be amazed at the awe-inspiring scenery of the magnificent ranges as we near Hawker to explore Wilpena Pound and the Central Flinders Ranges.
We will remember them… They shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old; Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
Our ‘Mighty Murray Drive’ is over and we have had one amazing time.
There is certainly something special about ‘The Mighty Murray’- the beautiful ‘River Red Gums’, the friendly people, the gorgeous river towns dotted along the way, and so many amazing free river camps.
I really hope you have enjoyed our journey as much as we did…we can’t recommend this drive enough!
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The mighty and ancient Murray River has shown us her many colours and moods as we have followed her west to Echuca but our journey does not end here.
Come with us as we journey along the banks of Australia’s longest river and explore and experience its lasting beauty.
Even in drought this mighty river still has a graceful magic about it as it flows into South Australia on its path to the ocean.
This was ‘Bushranger country – an area where, in the late 1800s, infamous outlaws took shelter because of the denseness of the woodland and the difficulty for authorities to traverse the hilly terrain.
Ned Kelly had strong links to the region and Harry Powers made his hide out in the surrounding hills.
If you are looking for somewhere to visit in Victoria, the Victorian High Country is up there with the best; the 4WDing was exciting yet not too extreme, the free camping was amazing, the creeks were crystal clear, there was plenty of firewood for campfires, and there was something to see at every turn… be it a breathtaking view or an historic hut.
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It was time to leave Outback Birdsville and head east, back to the white sandy beaches of the sunny Gold Coast and the beautiful surf beaches of Surfers Paradise and Coolangatta.
The next leg of our journey would take us through the little outback towns of south east Queensland – Betoota, Windorah, Quilpie, Charleville, Morven, Mitchell, Roma, Miles, Chinchilla, Dalby, Toowoomba, Warwick and lastly, Beaudesert.
The legendary Birdsville Track is a journey I thoroughly recommend and like the Oodnadatta it was an easy outback track to drive.
Check out this part of the world. The Birdsville Track was tons of fun!
Stayed tuned for more adventures as we head from the desert to the coast.
The legendary Oodnadatta Track is an unsealed, 615-kilometre road between Marla on the Stuart Highway, and Marree in the northern Flinders Ranges and at the southern end of the Birdsville Track.
The track traces the route of the old Overland Telegraph Line and the Old Ghan Railway.
Along the way were remote settlements, lots of history, quirky desert sights and the enormous, Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre.
There were some creek crossings, a few rutted and flooded sections from the recent rain, mud, dust, heat and millions of flies but the landscape was beautiful and camping under the night sky with millions of stars was amazing.
We left Alice hoping the rain gods had permanently headed north.
No one could tell us if the Oodnadatta and Birdsville Tracks had opened but with a clear forecast for a few days to come, we pointed Harry Hilux south and headed through Heavitree Gap then turned right at the sign which said ‘Adelaide’.
As Alice disappeared in the rear view mirror, we set course for our next big adventure.
This blog records our adventure from a previous trip as we continued north of Alice Springs along the Stuart Highway.
We travelled through more of the unique outback towns of the Northern Territory as we followed the long straight road through to Kakadu, Darwin and Litchfield.
This was our second visit to the Top End, when only months earlier, we had exited from our more rugged crossing of the Gulf Savannah – another epic adventure on our recent Australian trip.
Join us at the crossroads and head north to Darwin… or east and read all about our Gulf Country experience.
As Alice disappeared in the rear view mirror, we set course for our next big adventure.
Travel north with us to Darwin… or stayed tuned as we head south for the Oodnadatta Track.
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The New Year brings a new journey for us… well not quite!
As we move into 2019 we are preparing for our next big trip to mainland Australia but for now I am flat out trying to piece together the final weeks of our incredible journey across the Australian Outback.
As we drove away we felt very honoured to have experienced Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) once again… this place is just so spectacular and its magnificent natural beauty left us with a memory that will last a lifetime. It is something you can only appreciate from the experience of seeing!
Our adventure is jam packed with more great stories as our journey takes us to Laverton then across the iconic but flooded Great Central Road that leads through the middle of the country to one of Australia’s most famous landmarks – Uluru.
Reflecting on our journey we felt very fortunate to have been able to travel this iconic road before it was sealed – so be sure to check out our blog… there are so many special places to visit along the way!
We know how much you all love to be inspired by our Aussie travels blogs so pack your bags, hop in your 4WD and crank up the playlist… we are heading for the ‘Golden Outback’!
It doesn’t matter which direction you travel you won’t be disappointed so add the ‘Nullarbor Plain’ to your ‘Aussie Bucket List’!
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Our next adventure is never far away !
Don’t go away…. this blog is currently being updated!
If you’ve never visited the West Australia’s coast then it’s time to take a road trip south – to Perth and beyond.
Don’t go away…. this blog is currently being updated!
If you’ve never heard of Karijini you soon will once you start working your way up or down the coast of Western Australia! People as far away as Cape York were asking; ‘are you going to Karijini?’… and it didn’t take us long to work out it was a place not to be missed… so fill your life with adventure… pack the car, grab a map – we’re heading to the Pilbara again!
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From ore to awe, this coast has it all… beautiful beaches, coral reefs, deep gorges and incredible sunsets where the rustic red and the beautiful blue of the the Indian Ocean flood the landscape! The coastal region of northern Western Australia was truly remarkable.
A ROOFTOP TENT is the perfect option for those who are heading off around Australia on an extended 4WD trip. More expensive than a tent but cheaper than a camper trailer a roof-top tent makes sense for intrepid travellers visiting remote locations.
The Pilbara is a region people identify with remoteness, mining and great expanses of land – and they are not wrong.
Fringing some of the harshest country we had been in, it was as good a place as any for a mine; and there are plenty of them… but then we were travelling in the biggest state of Australia and one of the world’s last great wilderness areas with fewer people per square kilometre than almost anywhere else on the planet!
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Campfire food, the sound of ocean waves rocking us to sleep, checking the tide from our pillow to see it was worth getting up for a swim… what more could we ask for!
Broome is a vibrant, beachy town at the base of Dampier Peninsular, surrounded by the aquamarine waters of the Indian Ocean and the creeks, mangroves and mudflats of Roebuck Bay. This is Yawuru country… and a town shaped by a romantic pearling history.
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Having already travelled the long, dry and very hot road through the Aboriginal community of Warmun (Turkey Creek), the famous Bungle Bungles, Halls Creek and Fitzroy Crossing along the Great Northern Highway on a previous trip, I felt this journey through the Kimberley’s to the Indian Ocean was well worth a blog all of it’s own!
Camping in the wilderness can sometimes be a bit of a challenge, but the amazing experiences and sights more than make up for it and there’s nothing better than sitting around a campfire and seeing more stars than you thought existed or waking to the sight of the sun rising over the dry earth each morning.
Litchfield National Park is really beautiful and so different from Kakadu in so many ways. There were so many fabulous waterfalls and gorges to explore and it wasn’t hard to hop from one location, have a swim and then go onto the next.
As we come out of the wilderness of endless miles of red dust, spinifex grass and grazing Brahman cattle allow us to take you on a little journey of some of the Top Ends more exquisite attractions, waterholes, waterfalls, floodplains… and a beautiful city perched on the tropical edge of Australia’s north coast! We are so in awe of this gorgeous country and it is a privilege to part of it!
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The Savannah Way can be completed by choosing a number of different routes but the track we have chosen to tackle over the next week or so will take us along the toughest route of all… 1350 kilometres of rugged outback tracks of bulldust, corrugations, water crossings and Aboriginal communities in the most isolated part of northern Queensland and the Northern Territory.
Over the next few months we will traverse three Australian states and territories, lots of national parks and true-blue Australian outback on our incredible drive from one side of the continent to the other.
This next step of this journey would take us across 1350 kilometres of gravel road through the Gulf Savannah, over rugged outback tracks and water crossings, through Aboriginal communities and into the Northern Territory as we pass though Burketown, Tirranna Roadhouse, Doomadgee, Hells Gate Road House, Borroloola, Limmen National Park, Lorella Springs, Roper Bar and then back onto the Stuart Highway at Mataranka.
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Our journey to the Cape was coming to an end…we had been on a fantastic adventure! We loved the vast open spaces, the waterfalls and huge skies, the excitement of driving long stretches of dusty roads, rugged tracks, muddy water crossings and over rocky outcrops. There was something magical about sitting, listening to the world around us, reminiscing about the day just gone and planning for the day ahead… we had so much fun!
This untouched piece of Australia is apparently very beautiful; magical, vast and rugged… but potentially very dangerous, and we knew it wasn’t a matter of simply pointing Harry Hilux north to the ‘Tip’… we would have to work at it!
Join us on our journey along the Old Telegraph Track, to Australia’s northern most Tip, Thursday Island and much, much more…
After 8 weeks on the road living out of our hilux and sleeping in the rooftop tent, it didn’t take us long to work out the most beautiful things in life are not ‘things’… they are people and places, memories and photos!
We had visited Ayr on a previous trip and stayed at the local caravan park. We were there for 2 nights, and both nights ‘Burdekin snow’ fell and each morning our car and tent were covered in ash… ash that came from the practice of burning the sugar cane prior to harvesting.
We have so much more to explore and so many more places to see and if my blogs exploring our beautiful island continent by road haven’t got you packing the car by now, then the journey north to Cairns, Port Douglas and Cape York and beyond will…
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The rugged charms of east coast NSW offers an abundance of national parks, surf beaches, dirt tracks, wildlife and disarming small-town vibes. Come check it out with us… you’ll love the ride!
Where do we go without getting grumpy or frostbite? We are heading to sunshine and warmth, to crystal skies, pristine beaches and clear blue water!
There were places to see, people to meet and memories to be made and it was time to head off again to see what was down the road!
It hadn’t taken us long to slot back into the daily routine of setup and pack up as each day rolled into the next.
No visit to Australia is complete without some time spent in the ‘land down under’!
Tasmania is Australia’s only state that is an island and is the perfect place for your next adventure.
Tassie is renowned for it’s laid-back pace, friendly people, apple orchards, vineyards and entertainment… but there is so much more to this beautiful state.It’s a great place to see a different side to the Australian landscape… so make sure you have Tasmania on your ‘Bucket List’.
Stories have been told that the road to Broken Hill is where the big red roos jump two hundred kilometres in a night chasing a thunderstorm, and the unique Sturt Desert Peas bloom in dark red soils…
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The Wimmera country we were travelling through was flat and made up of millions of hectares of wheat farms as far as the eye could see. Only the beautiful Grampians mountain range interrupt this terrain… but we had left the Grampians behind as we headed north towards the NSW border.
It was deeply moving as the wind raced across the ancient salt lake plain carrying the whispers of thousands of years of the tribal generations past… and I am still deeply fascinated by Mungo and its secrets! It is a surprisingly beautiful and a very special place to see!
The road to the Grampians via Bacchus Marsh, Ballarat, Beaufort, Ararat, Halls Gap & Horsham.
This land of ours is an amazing country and there is nothing stopping you from getting out there and exploring it… so jump in your car and come travel with us, we’re heading for the Grampians!
Wellington, Orange, Bathurst, Lithgow, Portland, Sofala, Hill End, Mudgee, Gulgong, Dunedoo, Merriwa, Scone, Muswellbrook, Denman, Broke, Cessnock, Toronto, Morrisett, Wyong, The Entrance, Gosford, Hornsby, Dee
…and have you ever dreamed about waking up on an African Safari? Well it’s possible right here in Australia!
Once you set off on your ‘Big Adventure’ hopefully all the stress of your previous life will disappear and you will have the time and desire to engage in some regular exercise… we all need to add regular exercise to our itinerary.
There’s a track winding back to an old-fashioned shack along the road to Gundagai where the blue gums are growing
beneath that sunny sky…
In a country characterised by long stretches of road, stopping at rest areas where picnic tables, rubbish bins and toilets are generally provided is a necessity for drivers and Victoria do a great job of looking after their travellers, they have some awesome rest stops.
If you are looking from some fresh and easy ideas to keep you on track on the road then try these easy, yummy recipes!
Stay tuned for more recipes as our adventure continues…
Our home may be small, but we had a huge backyard!
We have always been huge fans of camping and to venture into outback Australia and travel the dirt tracks has always been on our bucket list.
Lets talk about what we packed for our camping adventure…
Pack up your camping gear, make sure you’ve got a couple of spare tyres, and come hit the road with us…
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… WHAT A TEAM!