With a week or so up our sleeves from our various commitments we decided to point the bonnet of the cruiser south and head for one of our all-time favourite touring, camping and four wheel driving destinations, the mighty Snowy Mountains of New South Wales. From our home base in the Central Tablelands it is […]
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From modest beginnings, Gladstone has developed into one of the most substantial and commercially successful harbour cities in Australia. It is the principal port of Central Queensland, a region of some 117,800 sq km straddling the Tropic of Capricorn. ‘Capricornia’ contributes more than $21 billion to the Queensland economy every year through agriculture, accounting for […]
I love the first morning on the road of a camping trip as the sun rises over the road ahead. After weeks of planning and days of packing and organising, it is a magical moment full of expectations. But after a long day’s drive it is a relief to find a campsite at the end […]
There’s blues in the air and a whole lot of soul. It’s the last weekend of July and the twin towns of Echuca and Moama are alive with rhythm, music and festivity. The weather is chilly and coats and scarves are the order of the day but, though the sky is grey, everywhere I look […]
The childhood road trip I remember best ended in Karumba with a dozen kids sleeping under the stars on old-school camp stretchers, frogs jumping over us in the middle of the night, our bellies full of crabs boiled in a 40-gallon drum over the campfire. Since that adventure I’ve always had a thing about Karumba, […]