Posts tagged 'Campervan'

Q&A Travel Chitchat: Jethro Batts, CEO & Co-Founder of Park My Van

Press Media via stuffitgotravelling.com: We chat with experts from the travel industry in our Q&A section, Travel Chitchat. Hear from Jethro Batts, CEO and Co-Founder of Park My Van.
7th Jan. 2016

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 ...

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...

30 Inspirational Travel Quotes in Pictures

Do you need a little inspiration for your next trip? Or some incentive to begin your adventure travels? The best travel quotes always have the ability to inspire the reluctant traveller. Occasional...

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...

The $17 billion caravan bonanza

Lovely and vantastic to see our industry receive some much needed press today. Thanks to "The Sydney Morning Herald" for showcasing the future of tech for the grey nomads.

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...

A Review of Erldunda Roadhouse

Erldunda Roadhouse is a roadhouse that services travellers via the Stuart Highway offering drivers an oasis in the desert. The location is unbeatable for those interested in visiting Uluru, Kata T...

Secret Suburb: Bohemian Glebe flaunts its culture

"Culture on the Fringe" - Glebe Markets is one of Sydney's most vibrant and funky markets. Known internationally for its fashion and bohemian atmosphere. Love Glebe and thank you for the mention D...

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 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 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...

9. Lisa - That's a wrap

All good things come to an end... It’s our last day and as our plane from Mackay leaves at 10am. There is nothing left to do except for one last breakfast in a Coles car park, return the car to ...

8. Lisa - Airlie Beach to The Great Barrier Reef

This is supposed to be THE day. The day that dreams come true, the day we go to paradise, the day we fly high up in the sky, the day we get to see one of the seven wonders of the natural world, the...

7. Lisa - Free Camping all the way

The coast line south of Cairns and north of the Whitsunday area is milling with free camp sites and caravan parks. I have to admit they are not always easy to find and owners of smartphones are def...

6. Lisa - Magnetic Island

Magnetic Island: Where the wild things are. After our pleasant Townsville experience it is time the next day to head out to Magnetic Island. After arriving at Arcadia, the “capital” of the island ...

5. Lisa - Townsville

The best day to visit Townsville I guess is a Sunday. There is a cute market going on with farmers from the area selling fruit and veggies for more than fair prices. A good opportunity to stock up ...

4. Lisa - Mission Beach

After spending some time in and around Cairns, we decide its time to move further down south. To where the free camp sites are! Read; Mission Beach, about 140km from where we are now.

3. Lisa - Downtown Cairns versus Kuranda Village

There are many reasons to go to Cairns but let’s be honest here, guys. We don’t go to Cairns to stay in Cairns. We go to Cairns because there is a lot to see and do around. But the city itself pret...

2. Lisa - Cape Tribulation: Welcome to the Jungle!

On the second day we are headed further north to Cape Tribulation in Daintree National Park for 2 days. We checked out the camping situation there before as there are no free camp sites and wild ...

1. One German, three Frenchies , a camper, tent...

It’s 9:30, Cairns Airport. We made it, all the way from Sydney! With a huge hangover, probably one hour of sleep, party hats, and dark rings under our eyes. It’s the day after my birthday. But as I...

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...