During the gold rush in the 1800’s small Victorian towns boomed The goldfields region of north-central Victoria extends from Buninyong in the south, to Inglewood and Wedderburn in the north, west to Stawell and east to Kilmore and Heathcote. It encompasses the major cities of Ballarat, Bendigo and Castlemaine, smaller centres like Maldon, Daylesford, Creswick […]
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The port city of Albany on Western Australia’s southern coast, 420km from Perth, has a strong sense of its own identity and, perhaps more keenly than any other Australian community, feels the weight of an ANZAC heritage that pre-dates the Gallipoli landings in 1915. The First Anzacs On 1 November 1914, thirty-six transport ships, escorted […]
Rain had fallen overnight and the peaceful drumming on the roof of the camper was very relaxing after having driven up the mountain from the coast the previous day. I unzipped the window and looked out, nothing was visible, the mist had set in. The atmosphere was eerie and other worldly, completely different from the […]
Hasta la Vista Baby When it comes to full-blown adventure touring, nothing beats a camper trailer as a suitable remote option. A camper has it all over a van or poptop in maneuverability and weight yet a thoughtfully designed model can include all the comforts and support we need. Since their introduction twelve years ago, […]
Cheap and cheerful camping where Burke and Wills made themselves famous. You would think the Town Common would be one of the busiest places at this meeting place and cross roads in the desert wilderness. After all it is the only place nearby to Innamincka that you can camp for next to nothing ($5 per […]