Clean fresh water is an absolute must have. As free, low cost or off grid campers ensuring we carry enough water for our needs is essential as is using our water efficiently, saving water where and when we can.
Isla Gorge National Park is located on the traditional lands of the Wulli Wulli and Jiman Aboriginal people at the southern end of Dawson Ranges, between the townships of Theodore and Tarooma, 415km northwest of Brisbane. The national park has two areas open to visitors – the Flagstaff Section and the Isla Gorge Lookout. The main features of the park is the sandstone which has eroded to form cliffs and the gorge.
Fossicking is prospecting or rummaging through often abandoned mine areas to find precious gems, gold, fossils and the like. This week we had a go at fossicking in the Gemfields on the Queensland Central Highlands Region.
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.
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.
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.
Dreaming of caravanning Australia? Yeah we did too and now we are doing it. How? Here we talk about how you can do it too with some planning and hard work.