The Nullarbor (yes the blog is as long as the drive too). SA & WA

8th October to 14th October After we left Coorabie and Fowlers Bay, we headed west to begin our Nullarbor adventure. Our first stop was at Nundroo Roadhouse, famous for being home to 2.5million wombats, for Nik to play hole 4 of the Nullarbor Links, which at this stage he is happy with as he isContinue reading “The Nullarbor (yes the blog is as long as the drive too). SA & WA”

Perlubie Beach, Ceduna and Fowlers Bay, South Australia.

4th October to 8th October As is becoming a bit of a habit, we had a monumentous drive of about 22km to do today, out to a free camp called Perlubie Beach. I had heard about this free camp from the many blogs and research I have been doing over the years, so it wasContinue reading “Perlubie Beach, Ceduna and Fowlers Bay, South Australia.”

Streaky Bay and Baird Bay Ocean Eco Experience, South Australia.

1st October to 4th October We left Venus Bay, arriving at Murphy’s Haystacks, where we got out to stretch our legs and explore. The tourism brochures highlight the haystacks as 1500 million year old geographical wonders. They were pretty cool too, we managed to take a few photos and walk around for a bit untilContinue reading “Streaky Bay and Baird Bay Ocean Eco Experience, South Australia.”

Coffin Bay National Park, South Australia.

26th to 29th September We left a little later today, knowing that our drive was not going to take us long, well about 20 minutes to be exact and that was the scenic route as well!!!!! After our few nights in the caravan park to recharge the batteries, refill the water tanks and re stockContinue reading “Coffin Bay National Park, South Australia.”

September Beach campground, Port Lincoln National Park

21st September to 24th September After a slow drive out of Memory Cove Wilderness Park we took a right turn away from Port Lincoln, which took us further into the Port Lincoln National Park and to another beach camp, September beach campground. This campground won the honours of our presence as you could have fires!!!! WeContinue reading “September Beach campground, Port Lincoln National Park”

Port Lincoln National Park and Memory Cove Wilderness Protection Area

15th September to 21st September We arrived in Port Lincoln just before lunch, checking out both the caravan parks, one in town and one about 12kms before town. Needless to say the prices were a bit rich at both but we had to choose one as we needed to fill water tanks, recharge electrical toys and wash aContinue reading “Port Lincoln National Park and Memory Cove Wilderness Protection Area”

Mt Dare and Dalhousie Springs, South Australia

11th May to 14th May After a fantastic weekend we left Oodnadatta on the Monday morning after restocking milk, bread, eggs and a few casks of fresh water. We were on the road by 10ish all set for a 250km drive on a minor dirt track that was meant to be worse than the Oodnadatta track.Continue reading “Mt Dare and Dalhousie Springs, South Australia”

The 125th Oodnadatta Race and Gymkhana, South Australia

7th May to 10th May And they’re off and racing!!! We had first stumbled upon the races flyer stuck to the front door of the Marree Hotel some 200km south and couldn’t believe our luck that we would be passing through at the same time. The weekend offered something for everyone, bar and catering facilities,Continue reading “The 125th Oodnadatta Race and Gymkhana, South Australia”

The Oodnadatta Track, Marree to Oodnadatta, South Australia

5th May to 8th May After finally beginning our ‘journey‘105 days ago back in Victoria, we headed out today agreeing that we were finally beginning our ‘adventure’!!!! We have explored a lot of Victoria and South Australia, travelling over 6,000kms, but today was the day we finally leave the black top and head into theContinue reading “The Oodnadatta Track, Marree to Oodnadatta, South Australia”

Beltana Homestead, South Australia

27th April to 4th May We left our campsite in the Flinders Ranges and drove a staggering 45kms up the road to Beltana Station about 45km south of Leigh Creek. Beltana Station is a 460,000 acre working sheep and cattle station that offers travellers accommodation in shearers quarter, cottages, camping and caravan sites. They also have a restaurant,Continue reading “Beltana Homestead, South Australia”

Mount Remarkable National Park, South Australia

16th  April to 21st April After a fairly short drive for us (180km) we arrived at Mambray Creek Campground in the Mount Remarkable National Park, situated half way between Port Pirie and Port Augusta. The national park is part of the southern Flinders Ranges and well set up for camping. Our campground had flushing toiletsContinue reading “Mount Remarkable National Park, South Australia”

South Australia, finally……..

  26th March to 31st March After 10 weeks we have finally arrived in South Australia or Naracoorte to be more accurate. We arrived at Naracoorte Caves National park about mid afternoon, purchased our multi parks and camping pass from the info centre and set up camp next to our travelling mates ‘The Leeds’. WeContinue reading “South Australia, finally……..”