Turning a travel dream into reality!

I love travelling around Australia and meeting new people. Obviously, the first conversation includes an explanation of why we are new to the area, we are travelling in a caravan and have been doing so for years. Most people shut down the idea of travelling with replies like “Wow what an amazing experience you guys…

Low Cost Camp: Carmila Beach Queensland

Carmila Beach is such an amazing unspoilt piece of the Queensland coast. Situated approximately 75km south of Sarina this camp is a great spot to stay and enjoy one of Queenslands stunning beaches. What’s special about this camp? Tide changes It was amazing to see how far the tide goes out from the coastline. Being…

How we save money to travel

This year went decided that we wanted to head overseas and take the girls to Disneyland in Hong Kong. It wasn’t an impossible goal but one that we had to work really hard at. We set ourselves a challenge to save $10,000 in 5 months! At the time we didn’t know if we could do…

Why are we leaving Distance Education?

The time has come for us to move on from Distance Education and try another system to educate our children. It’s been 3 years since we started our journey with Distance Education. Our first year we completed ekindy and then moved over to a Distance Education primary school in NSW. But lately, I have been…

5 weeks in the Northern Territory: How much did it cost?

Before you set off on your lap around Australia you are always thinking of money. How much will it cost? What state will be the most expensive? How much does it cost other families? And to be honest this is the most common question we get asked all the time – “How much does it…

King Canyon – Including the Mereenie Loop

You cannot go and see the heart of Australia (Uluru) without stopping in at Kings Canyon. I mean you have travelled all that way through the Red Centre, you may as well go and see it’s beauty. We found a lot of travelers that loved Kings Canyon more than Uluru, I wasn’t one of them.…

Chambers Pillar (Alice Springs)

,Chambers Pillar is such an underrated destination. Many travellers come to the red centre and leave without seeing this amazing sandstone rock. Only 150km from Alice Springs, Chambers Pillar Historical Reserve is a great option for a day trip or an overnight camping trip. Chambers Pillar As soon as you see the 350 million-year-old, 50-meter…

The heart of Australia – Uluru (Ayers Rock)

The heart of Australia the spectacular rock named Uluru or formerly known as Ayers Rock is one of the most visited destinations in Australia. It has been on our Aussie bucket lists for a very long time and it was a dream come true to see this breathtaking sight. No matter how many pictures you…