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!