Category: South Australia

Hahndorf

Hahndorf Four excited faces looked out at the beautiful town of Hahndorf as they drove down the main street to find a carpark. They watched the small stone buildings go past, looking out for the infamous knife shop, pretzel shop and cheese shop. Finally finding a carpark on the side...

Moonta Bay

Moonta Bay My favourite place so far. On the York Peninsula and only a couple of hours away from Adelaide, Moonta Bay has a fabulous beach for families with the tide going out at least 150 metres from the shore on low tide, leaving ankle deep water or none,...

From Woomera to Coober Pedy

From Woomera to Coober Pedy Today saw us only needing to travel 400 km to our next stop so allowed us to enjoy a later start to the day.Whilst I stayed back with our two youngest, my husband took our older children for a bike ride to the rocket...

Jayco That’s Freedom

Jayco, That’s Freedom The one thing we have learnt over the last few years of traveling is the freedom you have when you are on the road with a caravan behind you. With the help of Camps 8, we are¬†able to map out our days and travel around this...

Final day.

Travelling on the Final day. The thing about travelling with children is they often wake you up early and our last day was no exception. Our children all woke up before the alarm clock which allowed us to get on the road as the sun was rising. Our aim...

The Explorers Way

The Explorers Way I have been amazed by the quality of the Stuart highway on our trip North and today as we headed up the explorers way it was no exception. We left Coober Pedy this morning and continued on our journey to Alice Springs. The children were very...

A long but rewarding day.

A Long but rewarding day. The thing about travelling with children is you never know how they are going to travel. Some days you feel like you stop every 30 minutes , other times you get a good run. Thankfully today was the latter. We are know almost 1200...