Posts tagged 'Backpacking'

Britz Campervans For Hire Australia

Australia is known for many things — amazing landscapes, laid-back cities & towns, beautiful white sand beaches. It would be impossible to see the country and experience all it has to offer in one single trip, Australia is so massive and magnificent; the possibilities for adventure are limited only by our imagination. A Britz campervan lets you go where you want to, when you want to and how you want to— with their 2WD and 4WDs campervan models to hire, the choice is yours.
9th Oct. 2015

Totally Campers Cairns

Totally Campers Cairns is about freedom and comfort. They are based in Cairns, and are also conveniently located in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide. So if you are looking for a weekend a...

Lucky Rentals

Introducing the newest campervan crib suppliers in Australia, Lucky Rentals. If you are interested in getting lucky, then read on for more info…Lucky Rentals, is the sister of Jucy Rentals and has ...

Awesome Camper & Van Hire

You won’t find a better value for money campervan than Awesome Campers. Their rental rates are among the most competitive in the market for van hires in Australia. If you are a backpacker and budge...

Spaceships Campervans

The best way to discover all of Australia is with a compact Campervan. Spaceships are award winning custom designed vehicles that are like a good car to drive and have more useful features than a c...

Travellers Autobarn Campervans

The backpacker classic! Nothing beats Travellers Autobarn for touring Australia. Perfect for tourists on a budget who still want to experience Australia up close - not through the window of a bus! ...

What You Need to Know About Australia Before Ar...

Australia is one of the most backpacker and travel friendly countries in the entire world. Whether your holiday is a short one or a multi-month adventure, there is something to satisfy every trave...

Top 5 Tips for Backpackers in Australia

Australia—a backpackers paradise! Hundreds of thousands of backpackers flock to Australian shores every year because of its great weather, beautiful scenery and its distinctive culture. Backpacki...

Learning to Surf in Byron Bay 7/70

Between Coffs Harbour and Byron Bay I took another side trip into the country, spending a night with a friend who recently acquired a large piece of tranquil bushland. It was nice to go somewhere w...

Be The Envy of the Campsite With This Guide on ...

The windows are rolled down, your sunkissed hair is flapping in the breeze, a decent amount of sand is still between your toes and you’ve just witnessed a tearjerker of a sunset. You pull ...

Day 5/70 Coffs Harbour

So this afternoon I've left Tamworth and am headed back to the coast. The drive from Tamworth to Coffs Harbour is beautiful! Snaking along the New England Highway through a few national parks is de...

Day 2/70; Port Stephens, Shoal Bay, Tin City & ...

The van is with the mechanic getting an engine swap so I'm stuck in Newcastle for longer than I expected. That said, from what I've learnt in my short time here, it's a great place to spend a littl...

Day 4/70 - Hunter Valley

Day 3 was a bit of a non-event, I picked up a temporary car off a friend whilst the van gets it's engine swapped and I ran around too and fro doing odds and ends related to the road trip. The plan ...

Day 3/70 - Tamworth, The Home of Country Music

Nursing a small hangover from the previous day of drinking the hunter valley dry, I limped on towards the next stop, Tamworth! Tamworth is home to about 50,000 people and is famous for it's annual ...

Day 1 of 70 Days Around Australia

I was awake at 5.30am this morning, and for every minute that I grew more alert the more I realised what a big day today is. Today I've left my home town of Sydney and begun a road trip that will t...

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, ...

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...

Watsons Bay Fishing

Anyone looking to spend a lovely afternoon in Sydney and fancies a bit of fishing then this post is for you! Last weekend I took the 325 bus out to Watsons Bay and traipsed down to Camp Cove and th...

Thredbo Snow Weekend

Every winter here in Australia, we cross our fingers and hope for snow to hit the Snowy Mountains so we can claim to have a Ski Season. This year we've had just enough and so we joined one of the w...

City2Surf

With some 80,000 other runners Park My Van took to the Sydney Streets on Sunday to take park in Sydney’s annual City 2 Surf fun run. It's 14km over an undulating course that snakes east from the ci...

Melbourne Graffiti

After mentioning the quality graffiti in and around Melbourne in our Destination Melbourne guide recently I decided to revisit some of it's best haunts when I was just down for the weekend. Gone ar...

Plans For Vans

Check out our latest press coverage - we were featured in Sydney Morning Herald's Traveller section on Saturday 9th August - "Plans for Vans."

The Blue Mountains

Sitting some 90 minutes west of Sydney the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains attracts some 12 million visitors annually. The Greater Blue Mountains Area consists of seven national parks and cons...

Northern Rivers - Beyond Byron

Despite being one of the most popular tourist destinations in Australia, the public perception of the Northern Rivers revolves largely around the hub town of Byron Bay and home to the inland hamlet...