First stop on our “Big Camping Trip” was Boreen Point Campground. We had a lovely few days there catching up with old friends. Walks on the lakeside beach, shared meals and a spot of fishing made for a pretty relaxed time. Then we headed up to Inskip Point for an overnighter before catching the ferry… Continue reading Camping Ketchups
After discovering “more than meets the eye” Lightning Ridge, we were on our way to the Bunya Mountains National Park via a one night stopover at Nindigully Pub. Situated by a river, there is camping space with flushing toilets and hot showers at the pub. All for free. All of it. Trust me, that is… Continue reading To the Bunyas and Beyond
Cotton litters the roadside from Moree to Lightning Ridge. Emus abound. There’s even an enormous sculpture of an Emu made from scrap, including an old VW Bug, just before Lightning Ridge. I must admit, I was skeptical as to what would be on offer in Lightning Ridge… Happily proven wrong, we could’ve spent longer than… Continue reading Expect the Unexpected
A big part of our #familytravellingadventure is having the opportunity to borrow my Father in Laws setup. We have Clyde the (Land)cruiser and Bonnie the campervan. These two have been around the country before so we’re pretty confident they’ll serve us well! Give us a wave on the road or come and say hi if… Continue reading Bonnie and Clyde
We started this #familytravellingadventure gig for reals a couple of weeks ago. Day 1 we were already learning things! Such as: Things always take longer than you think (a lesson we have learnt before but it popped up again!) We need to be a little more on point with packing the car and campervan –… Continue reading Lessons Learnt
Wow. The last four months have flown by. We welcomed baby boy into the world on 7 March. He’s a lovely lad and a pretty chilled baby. That could also reflect the much more relaxed approach of hubster and I second time round too… Sew (see what I did there?!?), what have we been up… Continue reading Wassup?