Oceania

Dos & Don’ts whilst living in Brisbane

DO take advantage of the free Streets Beach Brisbane isn't too close from the coast but it also has a great man made beach right in the middle of the city! Southbank boasts great restaurants, bars, markets on the weekend and a fab beach, swimming pool and lagoon. DON'T forget the sunscreen Once you've been… Continue reading Dos & Don’ts whilst living in Brisbane

Oceania

My guide to surviving Splendour in the Grass

Book a campsite or accommodation early Unless you're very lucky to get your hands on a weekend camping ticket then you'll be looking for a campsite or accommodation nearby. We searched all the campsites in Byron and the surrounding areas and the prices were extortionate, some as much as $80 a night in a tent!!… Continue reading My guide to surviving Splendour in the Grass

Oceania · Transport

The art of living in a campervan

Is there anyway to travel Australia other than in a campervan? It was our dream when we arrived in Australia to get a campervan and after 8 months in the country that's exactly what we decided to do! Let me tell you there's positives and negatives of living out of a campervan. Unfortunately due to… Continue reading The art of living in a campervan

Oceania

The Great Ocean Road

From the Grampians National Park we headed straight down to the coast to Portland, a busy port town on the east of the Great Ocean Road. From Portland we took about 5 days to travel the Great Ocean Road all the way back to Geelong and this was more than enough time to see everything… Continue reading The Great Ocean Road

Attractions & Activities · Oceania

Grampians National Park

After finally finishing our farm work in Narrandera we headed down to Melbourne and bought a second van!! Who would have thought - no more please! Our first stop in our new van was The Grampians National Park, Victoria. We set off from Geelong and it took about 2 hours to arrive in Halls Gap… Continue reading Grampians National Park