We’re back!! Following a series of technical issues, including a busted camera, we are finally back on line. There is plenty to catch up on so the next few posts might be brief but we will Continue reading Bells, Part II – The Rip Curl Pro
Well we have actually been here for six weeks now! Why have we been here for six weeks, because Continue reading Bells, Part I – Torquay
It was time to head South, and from the Barossa Valley its only a short hop to the Mighty Murray. She’s pretty impressive; the river is Continue reading The Great Ocean Road
The Barossa is renowned for its fine wine and fresh produce and she didn’t disappoint! Day One we were lucky enough for the Barossa Farmers Markets to be opened and we were blown away by the Continue reading Beautiful Barossa!
Fowler’s, Streaky, Smoky, Venus, Baird, Coffin, the Eyre Peninsula is choca bloc full of em, and they’re great!
It’s amazing how time flies when you are having fun; It has been over two weeks since the last post and we have been having a ball!
Mick Jagger’s Lips – Murphy’s Haystack, SA
My good made Jason finally finished his swing and I caught up with him for the first time in about 14 years in Streaky Bay. It was great to have a few beers and a yarn, it seems like yesterday Continue reading Oyster Bays
The Nullarbor Plain (/ˈnʌləbɔːr/ NUL-ə-bor; Latin: nullus, “no”, and arbor, “tree”) is part of the area of flat, almost treeless, arid or semi-arid country of southern Australia, located on the Great Australian Bight coast with the Great Victoria Desert to its north.
The stretch of road that goes on for ever and ever, well apparently anyway.
90 Mile straight – Longest straight stretch of road in Australia – Eyre Hwy, WA
From the Nullabor Roadhouse to Wave Rock to the spectacular Islands, bays and beaches of the Recherche Archipelago – specifically Esperance, its hard to believe we have only been gone a week.
Setting out from Perth to Hyden it was slow going up the Brookton Hwy however the Touareg handled it well and we arrived at Wave Rock Caravan Park. The boys traveled well and for the most part were well behaved, a quick stop at the Corrigin playground helped. They particularly enjoyed emptying the contents Continue reading A week on the road
Planning started way back in November on our way to Geraldton from Perth. Our wishlist of places to see burst out pretty quick as we drove and soon had over 20 stops to make as well as remembering to include catching up with interstate friends. Each of these were tagged on the map and this prompted many more also.