Queensland Roadtrip Pt4 After leaving The Daintree Rainforest area, we headed south and inland. It was a long scenic drive down to the Atherton Tablelands. After making camp in Atherton itself, we were in the centre of most places we wanted to explore. This is the first of many moments we enjoyed in this area.… Continue reading Have you been to Yungaburra?
One of the attractions we wanted to see was actually situated before reaching the coastal town of Cooktown. The place I am referring to is the Black Mountain [Kalkajaka, “place of the spear”] National Park. Kalkajaka is literally a disappearing mountain. It's steeped in myths and legends. This ominous mountain loomed over us as we… Continue reading Queensland Roadtrip Pt 3 – Cooktown
After been fed and caffeinated, it was time to hit the road. We departed Port Douglas bright and chirpy, not unlike the numerous birds that have serenaded us each morning and most of our daylight hours. We were now heading up further on the windy coast road and have the added bonus of a short… Continue reading Queensland Roadtrip Pt 2 – The Daintree Rainforest
With the completion of our first leg of this trip which was heading north to Exmouth, we returned to Perth, stopping at different places than the trip up. It was time to rejuvenate the inner explorer batteries as we needed to have time to stand still and relax. Which we did. It only took a… Continue reading The Aussie Road Trip – South of Perth
After surviving our first, campervan road trip, with no body parts missing and not too many insect bites, plus driving thousands of kilometres encompassing just a small piece of Australia's Big Backyard, we were keen to explore more. Our second venture heading out into the blue yonder was to eventuate on the other side of… Continue reading The Aussie Road Trip – North of Perth
Nothing says it like flowers!. They give their all. When travelling wildflowers can soar a tired travellers enthusiasm to dig deep and move further up the road in search of more. Here are are some of those beauties we viewed and captured during our 2013 Western Australia roadtrip. The rest of the post regarding that… Continue reading 11 Western Australian Wildflowers
In Australia's Big Backyard Let me take you back to 2009, as we head off roaming for 40 days and 40 nights into the great outdoors in a hired transit van [affectionally known as The Tin Can], it was to be the first and not the last roadtrip we were to do. "Gidday Mate" "Why… Continue reading The 1st Aussie Roadtrip – Melbourne to Brisbane