Thoughts from the Road

What’s Happened to the Road Trip?

What’s Happened to the Road Trip?

I’m so sorry, I know it’s a fair old while since I hopped on here to write about how our life is going and where we’re up to on our great budget 4wd around Australia. And that’s because it’s actually a fair old while since we were last motoring around on our great budget 4wd […]

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8 Questions Every Traveller Hates Hearing (and some handy alternatives!)

By on December 31, 2016 in Musings with 7 Comments
8 Questions Every Traveller Hates Hearing (and some handy alternatives!)

We all know what it’s like when you’ve been on the road for a while. No matter how hard you try, you can’t avoid hearing the same old questions time and time again. Never have I been into a hostel or campsite and been able to dodge the inevitable – “so where are you from?” […]

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Life in a Land Down Under

Broome Caravan Parks: Which is the Best?

Broome Caravan Parks: Which is the Best?

Driving into Broome for the first time and trying to find somewhere to stay can be a little confusing. Trust me I know …. … Been there, done that! Yes, when we finally made it to Broome after enduring the Gibb River Road as part of our budget 4wd around Australia, we could not wait […]

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The 22 Australian National Parks You Simply Must See

The 22 Australian National Parks You Simply Must See

If there’s one thing you can’t miss during your time in Australia, it’s the chance to experience some of the country’s incredible wilderness. From mountains to deserts, tropical islands to rainforests, the land Down Under has it all.  And wonderfully, much of it is super accessible care of Australia’s fabulous national parks network. We visited […]

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Best Backpacking Bits

The Complete Female Backpacking Australia Packing List

By on February 23, 2017 in Australia, Backpacking, Budget Travel, Gear with 0 Comments
The Complete Female Backpacking Australia Packing List

Unbelievable I know, but Australia isn’t just a massive island of bouncing kangaroos and eternal sunshine. Ok, well it is a massive island and there are a lot of kangaroos, but this place is seriously diverse and you’ll probably be surprised when you get here to discover the range of climates and cities you’re likely […]

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The Ultimate Backpacking South America Packing List

By on January 12, 2017 in Backpacking, Colombia, Ecuador, Gear, Latin America with 0 Comments
The Ultimate Backpacking South America Packing List

The best thing about travelling in South America is that fact that it’s one heck of a diverse continent. And one of the worst about travelling in South America is that it’s one heck of a diverse continent. That’s because packing for such a broad range of climates, altitudes, terrains and activities can be a […]

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10 Best Free Things to do in Darwin

10 Best Free Things to do in Darwin

The tropical capital of the north, Darwin, is a steaming melting pot of cultures, cuisines and … crocodiles. Located right at the top of the Northern Territory, this city sometimes looks and feels a lot closer to Asia than Australia. And that’s because it is! With Indonesia just across the horizon, a flight to Bali […]

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7 Great Tips for Choosing the Best Sunglasses for Hiking

By on March 6, 2017 in Gear, Hiking, Travel Tips, Wellbeing on the Road with 0 Comments
7 Great Tips for Choosing the Best Sunglasses for Hiking

When it comes to hiking we all know that we need a good pair of boots, a high-quality sunscreen and a backpack that holds all of the essentials. However we often neglect one of the most important things we need when hiking. Yes whether it’s a day trip or a multi-day trip, you also need […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Katherine Gorge (Nitmiluk National Park)

The Ultimate Guide to Katherine Gorge (Nitmiluk National Park)

Located way up in Australia’s remote and wild Northern Territory, Katherine Gorge National Park encapsulates and protects 292,800 hectares of this country’s truly incredible landscape. The park is also known by its indigenous Jawoyn name – Nitmiluk –  which means Cicada Place. The National Park is actually comprised of 13 separate gorges and superb hiking, […]

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