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Better than an Easter Bunny – visit the Charleville Bilby Experience, Queensland

Image from Save the Bilby Fund Have you seen the Charleville Bilby Experience must-see show? Tour the nocturnal house (where they alter the timing so that the bilby’s night is during our day) and see some super cute bilbies during their night-time activities. After an engaging talk by a keeper you will understand more about the plight of this delightful eco-engineer and exactly why they are worth saving from extinction. The Save the Bilby Fund has been working hard on the breeding facility in Charleville and they have produced over 50 babies in the last couple of years. Image from Save

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Binalong Bay was my first glimpse of Tasmania's famous Bay of Fires

Campsites booking out for Easter – so hop to it!

Binalong Bay was my first glimpse of Tasmania’s famous Bay of Fires Esra from the UK is finding camps for a motorhome for a week in Tassie over Easter – but finding it difficult to book! The floods across eastern seaboard are only going to put more pressure on bookings. What devastation it is leaving. We hope you and yours are safe and homed.  However, Easter holidays are fast approaching, so get planning. Here are some egg-cellent sites to choose from – waterfront in a Victorian free camp, a national park beach in NSW, free Tasman Ocean views near Penguin, an outback

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Fire Pit

I hope the Easter Bunny hopped to your home last weekend?

Heatley and I have been on a ‘reboot’, and Easter Sunday marked the end of two months of eating changes and fitness fun. Who’d have thought we could get through the COVID crisis so far without alcohol or the caravan? So with the world turning topsy turvy, and even our ANZAC ceremonies are affected – like many camping families, we have installed a fire-pit at home.  We are extra grateful to return to ‘normal’ Easter traditions: the chocolate bunny and candy egg, a beverage or two by the fire – and we’re telling the kids, it’s almost as good as camping! We have received

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Donation box at Ross Creek Store, QLD no. 206 in Camps 10

Happy Easter!

We’re into April already! Hello to all the other Ariens out there – hope you are enjoying your birthdays.  School holidays start in QLD as I write, it will be wonderful to have more of our tribe together. We’ve reached some milestones this week – finally graduating from Nippers – hurrah! What a wonderful opportunity for our kids, all growing up into lifesavers. I’ve been on the beach Sunday mornings from Spring to Easter, since 2005!  Another holiday-changing event, is our 3rd has turned 16, and is the proud owner of L plates!  Heatley and I are back in the

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Here are 10 essential things to bring on your Easter holidays! Wooramel River Retreat, WA by Adams Family Travels

10 Essential Things to Bring on Your Easter RV, Camping or Caravan Adventure

Here are 10 essential things to bring on your Easter holidays! Wooramel River Retreat, WA by Adams Family Travels 1. Easter fare  Pack your chocolates eggs or bunnies, candy Easter eggs. We buy the candy eggs from Pittsworth, QLD – they are a Easter essential, and sometimes hard to source. If you are off the beaten track, you don’t want to make a trip back for topping up supplies. 2. Camps Australia Wide books You need to know where to go, and Camps Guide will have all the sites to choose from across Australia – free and budget, from National Parks,

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