Kronosaurus Korner Museum – Walk with dinosaurs in outback Australia.

2019-04-11T13:52:51+10:00

Kronosaurus Korner Museum - Walk with dinosaurs in outback Australia. The Kronosaurus Korner Museum is part of Australia’s Dinosaur Trail, a trail that includes 3 towns and tonnes of fossil exploration in outback Queensland. The Richmond Dinosaur Museum contains some of Australia’s most complete dinosaur remains and is possibly the most popular of the things to do in Richmond, Qld. It’s also part of the reason we chose [...]

Kronosaurus Korner Museum – Walk with dinosaurs in outback Australia.2019-04-11T13:52:51+10:00

5 Ways to STAY FIT while travelling in a van – “How 2 Van-Life” series

2019-04-02T11:12:06+10:00

5 Ways to stay fit while travelling in a van I'm a firm believer that exercise is a key to happiness and longevity of your life. I have been a heavy gym goer most of my life, having been in the military so fitness has always been close to my heart. I have experience in anything from weightlifting, endurance, yoga, proper nutrition and quite a few sports. So this [...]

5 Ways to STAY FIT while travelling in a van – “How 2 Van-Life” series2019-04-02T11:12:06+10:00

Our OUTBACK CAMPING checklist – preparing for the Australian Outback

2019-03-19T11:14:31+10:00

Our Outback camping checklist - preparing for the Australian Outback When we were putting together our outback camping checklist, we weren’t 100% sure what we were going to be faced with. While we wouldn’t be deliberately going down any 4x4 tracks, we knew we needed to be prepared for every possibility. That included breaking down, extreme weather, illness and everything in between. Preparing for the Australian outback might [...]

Our OUTBACK CAMPING checklist – preparing for the Australian Outback2019-03-19T11:14:31+10:00

COOBER PEDY facts to know before you go – Australia’s underground town

2019-03-19T10:49:58+10:00

Coober Pedy facts to know before you go - Australia's underground town Coober Pedy is the self-proclaimed Opal capital of the world. It’s a million miles from anywhere, in the middle of the arid Australian Outback and just a stone's throw from the South Australia and Northern Territory border. After Uluru, it was the next stop that excited me the most about our trip from Darwin to Adelaide, but [...]

COOBER PEDY facts to know before you go – Australia’s underground town2019-03-19T10:49:58+10:00

10 effective ways to afford FULL TIME VAN LIVING – “How 2 Van-Life” Series

2019-03-20T16:29:07+10:00

10 effective ways to afford full time van living We've been living in our van full time now for 2 years, so it's safe to say we've racked up a few nifty, but effective ways to make van life affordable. You're probably asking yourself "how cheap is van life", and whether it really is the lifestyle for you, and that's why we've put together this post! After reading this [...]

10 effective ways to afford FULL TIME VAN LIVING – “How 2 Van-Life” Series2019-03-20T16:29:07+10:00

Discovering the beauty of LITCHFIELD NATIONAL PARK Termite Mounds – A day trip from Darwin

2019-02-23T18:35:19+10:00

Discovering the beauty of Litchfield National Park Termite Mounds - A day trip from Darwin The Northern Territory is full of unique natural wonders at every turn. Not many compare to the Litchfield National Park Termite Mounds though. Built by tiny termites, these structures are not to be missed while exploring Australia’s North and give you a different perspective on life, and how amazing nature really is. Don’t worry [...]

Discovering the beauty of LITCHFIELD NATIONAL PARK Termite Mounds – A day trip from Darwin2019-02-23T18:35:19+10:00

A COMPLETE GUIDE to road tripping Australia’s East Coast – EVERYTHING you need to know!

2019-02-19T18:16:02+10:00

Our complete guide to road tripping Australia's East Coast The Australian East Coast is on every tourist's Australian bucket list. In fact, for most, it’s their reason for being here in the first place. We’ve been lucky enough to spend 18 months slowly making our way from Melbourne to Cairns while living in our tiny home; In this time we’ve put together an extensive list of all the must-see [...]

A COMPLETE GUIDE to road tripping Australia’s East Coast – EVERYTHING you need to know!2019-02-19T18:16:02+10:00

5 Things we WISH WE’D KNOWN before our visit to Uluru – Australia’s Red Centre

2019-03-20T16:37:25+10:00

5 Things we'd wish we'd known about Uluru before our visit! Uluru is a place that’s been high on our bucket list for many years and 2018 was the year we finally got to see it in all its glory. We often say a place was better than we expected, but Uluru blew away every expectation we had and made the long road trip through the outback to get [...]

5 Things we WISH WE’D KNOWN before our visit to Uluru – Australia’s Red Centre2019-03-20T16:37:25+10:00

Is the Valley of the Winds walk worth it – Kata Tjuta National Park

2019-02-23T18:04:53+10:00

Is the Valley of the Winds walk worth it- Kata Tjuta National Park Did you know Uluru has a more mysterious big sister? Her name is Kata Tjuta and not many visitors to Uluru know about her until they get there. We were like those people. The Red Centre is so popular because of the sacred Uluru and the history/stories that surround it that Kata Tjuta is often overlooked [...]

Is the Valley of the Winds walk worth it – Kata Tjuta National Park2019-02-23T18:04:53+10:00

What to expect from the ULURU BASE WALK – And why you should do it too!

2019-02-15T16:25:19+10:00

What to expect from the Uluru Base Walk Whether you know it as Uluru or Ayres Rock, this National Park is possibly Australia’s most famous, most visited and most iconic. The fact we were able to travel there in our little old camper van has been one of the best experiences of our entire trip and we wanted to take you on that journey too. So here’s our ‘step-by-step’ [...]

What to expect from the ULURU BASE WALK – And why you should do it too!2019-02-15T16:25:19+10:00
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