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Townsville

Townsville, the capital of North Queensland, is a cosmopolitan city bounded by the Burdekin region down south, the towns of Charters Towers and Ravenswood on the west, Magnetic Island on the east, and the tropical hinterland up north. Townsville’s year round tropical climate makes it an ideal vacation destination. Without compromising its laidback charm, Townsville has continued to evolve into a vibrant artistic hub and one of Australia’s best tourist destinations.
30th Sept. 2014

Uluru

The red centre has long been a uniquely Australian paradox – literally at the heart of Australia, it’s an absolute enigma to most of us. In preparation for my visit I read Nevil Shute’s A Town Like...

NSW Central Coast

The Central Coast isn’t often considered as a campervanning destination, due to its high-density residential zoning and proximity to Sydney. However, if you’re heading in or out of Sydney it’s well...

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A little German named Kat! Broken Head Holiday ...

Today we stayed at Broken Head’s Holiday Park, which is located next to another untouched and hidden beach with epic waves and more awesome surfing.

A little German named Kat! Seal Rocks & Byron

Our surfing continued in Seal Rocks where we stayed one night at Seal Rocks Holiday Park. The park is placed next to an idyllic white beach, ideal for surfing, fishing and diving.

A Little German named Kat - One Mile Beach

Before we started our first surf session we had some delicious and fresh fruits for breakfast followed by some muesli, toast with cheese, avocado and a boiled egg on top. As the sun rose, the swell...

A litte German named Kat! Newcastle

A Sunday afternoon or early evening in Newcastle and barely anyone was passing through the streets. The city seemed closed down. Craving for food – all shops seemed closed and most of the restauran...

A little German named Kat! Roadtrip

From Sydney to Brisbane and back – ten days – nine nights – two sisters and a whole lot of driving.

Kings Canyon - Northern Territory - Review

Personally I found what the locals in Alice told me to be true – while Uluru and Kata Tjuta are indisputably beautiful, the Kings Canyon is such a unique and incongruous feature of the Outback that...

New England: Mt. Kaputar and Surrounds - Review

The New England highway between Barraba and Tamworth is like the most devious tourist trap that Australian geography has chanced to throw up. Visitors are pretty much guaranteed to love the fact th...

Splendour in the Grass - aka Mudfest

The festival… Driving into the Splendour grounds was a mass of cars and campervans, all trailing like ants along the dirt road, directed by volunteers with dreadlocks who were all smiles to the sec...

Splendour in the Grass - Roadtrip!

Splendour in the Grass 2013 – aka Mudfest The journey north… I firmly believe that there should be little or no human activity at 4am on a Wednesday morning. Nevertheless, when the alarm sounded...