Byron Bay Australia’s most easterly town, famous for its beaches, rainforests and a vibrant community wasn’t originally on our ‘to do’ list but as luck would have it we recently made it our home for two weeks, our longest continuous stay in one place since we started our wayfaring life.
This article is the story of how we came to purchase our first caravan Josephine a 1994 Viscount pop top caravan, from the seemingly infinite choices available, for our wayfaring life around Australia.
Eating a variety of quality fresh food on a budget really is possible while traveling in a caravan, motorhome or camper trailer. In this article we provide tips to keep your food expenses from blowing out.
So it is that six months living on the road traveling Australia in our caravan has passed. It’s hard to believe. But what a time we have had! See our expenses, how we have been able to maintain our $500 per week budget and what we have learned traveling in our caravan.
Bylong Valley Way is a scenic drive between Ilford and Sandy Hollow NSW. It stretches and winds for 140 km through national parks, farmland and vineyards.
The Blue Mountains with all its national parks is often overlooked or avoided by dog owners based on the assumption there are very limited or no places to visit and authentically enjoy what the mountains have to offer. While dogs are forbidden to enter national parks there are state reserves and council managed lands that offer great alternatives to visit with your four legged friend.
Our travels continue as we this time make away along the New South Wales South Coast for 16 days from 16 April 2018. See what we did and where we stayed.
Curiosity about how we fund Our Wayfaring Life is fairly common and something we have been asked about moreso given we are in our early 40s. Our savings is currently our major source of how we are paying for our travels around Australia. Here we share how we saved and provide some real practical tips to get you saving and quicker.