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Blaze Aid

BlazeAid is a volunteer-based organisation that works with families and individuals in rural Australia after natural disasters such as fires and floods. Working alongside the rural families, our volunteers help to rebuild fences that have been damaged or destroyed.
Equally important, volunteers also help to lift the spirits of people who are often facing

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    You’ll Wonder How You Ever Went Without These Easter Camping Tips

You’ll Wonder How You Ever Went Without These Easter Camping Tips

Don’t forget the Easter Eggs and Hot Cross Buns!
– Lionel Mussell from Australian Caravan Club
Easter is fast approaching and there is no better time than the present to start organising a camping trip. If you have been camping before, chances are you will have experienced a hiccup or two somewhere

Stone The Crows Festival

The inaugural Stone the Crows Festival was a wonderful success – a sincerely thanks all the Grey Nomads who came and enjoyed the camaraderie, games, entertainment, seminars and workshops and everything we all shared. The Festival is back for Easter 2014 with more of the same, plus some extra

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    All the camping recipe inspiration you’ll need this season

All the camping recipe inspiration you’ll need this season

With Easter just around the corner, camping season for Australians is well and truly upon us. One of our favourite things about camping is sitting under the stars cooking a good old campfire meal. We had a chat to some of the top camping bloggers and it turns out

Early morning start

Day 5 for my field trip across QLD,NSW into VIC. An early start today , leaving Menindee Lakes at 0645.

There are some great camping spots in this area, there is the National Park ‘Kinchega’ which has 3 camping area’s , there is free camping at Pamamaroo and at the

Welcome rain in NW NSW

NW NSW are having a bit of luck with the weather, in the last 2 weeks over 100m of rain has fallen across the region, not all properties gained from the rain, but its welcomed after 2 years of drought …..Yesterdays afternoon storm near Enngonia

Vegan Campfire Recipe

Grilled Polenta Stack

Serves: 4

Ingredients:

2 avocados
1 lemon
Grilled polenta (prepared at home-see polenta recipe below)
1 can of lentils, drained and rinsed
2 tsp mild curry powder
1 bag pre-prepared salad
1 tbs olive oil
Desired amount of salt and pepper

 Method:

1. Cut 8 squares from your pre-prepared polenta (you will use this like bread)

2. Cut avocados

Top 10 Australian Travel Blogs of 2013

If you are a keen traveller, or contemplating travelling, these blogs are well worth a look. They are all written by Aussies who love travelling and sharing their tips and experiences with others. Although there are many great travel blogs out there, we picked out some of our favourites

Christmas and New Years Camping Recipes

If you are going camping for Christmas or New Years you might need some cooking inspiration for the trip. Camping doesn’t have to mean eating baked beans and cheese toasties by the fire try these quick, easy and camping friendly recipes!

1. Camping Fondue
Fondue may be attributed to fancy dinners

Lake Ballard

Where: 180 km from Kalgoorlie

Lake Ballard is one of the most unusual and remote cultural attractions of Western Australia. Across the 49 km² Lake stand a series of eerie but fascinating figures created by renowned British artist Antony Gormley. These sculptures continue to stir national and international interest.

The Lake

By |November 27th, 2013|Sights, WA|1 Comment|
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