Walking in Wonderland

A recent getaway to the Grampians National Park inspires new walks, even after dozens of visits. … More Walking in Wonderland

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Loch off the Highway

So often on road trips we drive past the same exit, repeatedly, without questioning what could be there. We’re so focused on our destination that we miss little gems. However, on our way home from Yanakie and Wilsons Prom recently, in no rush and hankering for a coffee, we decided to detour into the tiny … More Loch off the Highway

Local Tour Guide

Fancy a tour of the Red Centre of Australia? I’ll show you iconic Uluru, walk with you around The Olgas and share the grandeur of Kings Canyon. Then again, I’m probably not the best tour guide. I’m not Aboriginal, I don’t know the indigenous dreamtime legends, plus I’m a bit too goofy. Instead, how about I … More Local Tour Guide

Stress free camping – Enjoying the simple things

You don’t need to travel far to have a good break. Just one night of camping does wonders in lowering stress levels and getting back to basics. This weekend we drove less than two hours from Melbourne to reach Majors Creek, near Seymour.  A tranquil river side setting surrounded by majestic gum trees and plenty … More Stress free camping – Enjoying the simple things

Reflecting on Hattah

One of the most peaceful places we’ve camped at this year was Hattah Lakes. This was an overnight stop, our last coming back from our epic road trip to the Flinders Ranges and Arkaroola. But who says you have to stay somewhere a long time to have a good time? When we visited Hattah Lakes … More Reflecting on Hattah