Steep Point, Western Australia If you want to see Australia’s most westerly point – then 4WD to Steep Point, and check out a jaw dropping campsite video by our ambassadors. It is located in the proposed Edel Land National Park, west of Shark Bay – between Kalbarri and Carnarvon, WA. When anchored off the southern tip of Dirk Hartog Island in 1697, the Dutch seafarer Willem de Vlamingh named this point Steyle Hock, translated as Steep Point. Today this is part of pilgrimages to visit all of the extreme cardinal points on the Australian mainland. This proposed park has massive
Your own little piece of paradise awaits you at Hummocks Station, our newest Station Stay listing in SA. Owned and operated by the Michael Family, this working farm and station is built in colourful iron stone and was established in the early 1860’s. Hummocks Station includes the original homestead, restored shearers quarters, accommodation options for bush camping, caravans and B&B accommodation with many original outbuildings. It’s a perfect getaway for the family, and kids will love interacting with the friendly farm animals. There are 15 powered sites, 7 drive through and 6 all weather sites. There’s spectacular unpowered bush camping
It was one big weekend for us – Heatley celebrated his 50th birthday on Saturday (cheers!) and Sunday we said goodbye to our caravan! The Jayco Starcraft Outback served us well, but with two teens almost as tall as their dad, and sleeping in their swags, now – the bunks were no longer needed. Thankfully, the popular make was snapped up, less than 2 weeks after we had advertised it. I have been looking back over our Outback Queensland photos, and in light of what you Victorians are going through right now, I am treasuring this time we had with
We love receiving traveller’s stories. Keith Skinner’s Dig Tree Trip in August 2019, is a little different. The second blog is when Keith begins the trip itself – with Dinner and Duck races – and flies! by Keith Skinner Some of you will have read my first Freedom Explorers blog covering the planning that I put into my August 2019 trip from Brisbane, Queensland to Innamincka, South Australia. This Blog will cover the trip itself including points of interest (POI), some funny things that happened on the trip, and how the weather affected my trip. Brisbane to St GeorgeDeparting from
This site is not so well known, which makes it even more attractive if you’re hoping to get away from it all! There are good facilities here – toilet, picnic tables, fireplaces, boat ramp, access for big rigs, shade, and it’s pet friendly. There is a big flat gravel area for RVs, and the night skies are perfect for stargazing. In 1895 the dam was constructed as a water supply dam for Junee, north of Ulandra Nature Reserve. After 1906, water quality problems led to its disuse. Blue green outbreaks may mean it is closed for recreation, but it still has
The Camps Australia Wide Community Cookbook is a perfect present for a Mum who loves camping! Produced and printed in Australia, with over 100 tried and true recipes from fellow travellers – means Mother’s Day will be sorted for you. Most of the recipes are adaptable for campfires and BBQs, as well as stoves and ovens you’ll find in caravans or regular kitchens. Travellers also shared their favourite campsites and must-see destinations around Australia. Find it at: www.campsaustraliawide.com This recipe and photo was contributed by Claire Phillips who said this tasty snack was a fun version of mini quiches – so
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