Calamari, dogs and thank goodness school is back!

School holidays are over for us in Queensland (where beanies and parkas aren’t often required), and Victoria. Holidays have just started in the ACT but still a week left across the rest of Australia.

Reverse psychology

Isn’t one of the joys of travel watching other couples reverse and direct as they park up for the night? Only to be enjoyed once you have done it yourself, of course! Even in our motorhome, it was a skill that takes practise to perfect. Let’s face it – some sites may …

Paronella Park – a campground with a difference!

We didn’t stay overnight, as we were on a day trip – I will do that next time I am near Cairns, and take a night tour. Paronella ParkJosé Paronella’s dream was to build a castle. He chose a special part of Australia and created Paronella Park.

To be or not to be? Caravan or Motorhome?

You know how you start with a plan in mind, and then it all goes pear shaped? We purchased our Jayco Starcraft Outback Caravan after seeing it at the Queensland Caravan Camping and Tourist Supershow last

Pier Caravan Park opens

Experience whale watching, based at what is likely to be the newest Caravan Park in Australia. Fraser Coast’s Pier Caravan Park opened for business last Friday, and adjoins Hervey Bay’s historic Urangan Pier – at almost one kilometre, its …

World’s largest Lego caravan on tour

Have you ever wanted to sleep in a vintage caravan? How about one made out of Lego?

Me, please? I adore Lego, I refuse to pass on our Duplo, Lego or even a little collection of baby Primo.

What are Queensland’s worst roads?

Our readers would do the most driving in Australia, outside of truckies, that is! SO we think you are the right people to ask – what are Queensland’s worst roads? The RACQ are are asking road users to nominate roads they feel are in poor condition.

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    Our Daily Bread – adventures at Charlie Moreland Campground

Our Daily Bread – adventures at Charlie Moreland Campground

With our four teens scattered across the country, our visit to Charlie Moreland Campground was a chance for them all to get outdoors, reconnect with each other – and be spoilt with home baking and camp cooking.

Homeschooling on the road

Taking your children travelling on the road can be a very rewarding experience for both parents and children. If you are travelling around Australia with children it is important to know homeschooling requirements and also have some fun education road trip games up your sleeve.
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Birdsville Country Races

Where: 1590 kilometres west of Brisbane

Each September visitors from all over Australia gather in the tiny outback town of Birdsville for the Annual Birdsville Racing Carnival. The Carnival continues over two days so if you don’t want to miss it, timing is everything!

The Birdsville Races has a long history,