The delightful stretch of coast between Lakes Entrance and Mallacoota in Victoria’s far-east has a fascinating Robinson Crusoe story that just might inspire today’s walkers and campers exploring the area. The Sydney Cove was one of our earliest documented ship wrecks when it was beached on Preservation Island back in 1797. Perhaps there had been […]
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Out of Alice Springs and along the West MacDonnell Ranges, a popular Red Centre travel route loops south to Uluru, skirting widely around a vast and intriguing sandstone wilderness that few roads penetrate. Deep inside this chiselled topography of rarely seen ranges and stark, flat-topped monuments, one of the world’s oldest waterways provides passage, luring […]
In terms of national identity, Australia is a relatively young country. It wasn’t so long ago, in 1988, that we commemorated our official bicentenary, marking 200 years since Captain Arthur Phillip arrived in Sydney Cove with the First Fleet of convict ships to found the British colony of New South Wales. The Australian Bicentenary was […]
This vintage Kennedy caravan has many echoes of days gone by Everyone seems to love a vintage caravan, especially if it is teamed up with a classic tow vehicle from the same era. They are such nostalgic reminders of holidays past. So when we saw this 1960 fibreglass Kennedy caravan and its matching Ford pickup […]
Experience spectacular land and seascapes by 4WD Some people wax lyrical about how well they sleep when out on a boat, the rocking motion seemingly lulling them into dreamy slumbers. Not for me I’m afraid, especially when it is my van doing the rocking and we are on solid ground with all four stabiliser legs […]