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After a couple of fortunate events which landed us a free powered pitch in one of the best caravan sites in Torquay (Mainly getting a buy one get one free deal in the reception of the caravan site and finding a $20 note on the floor) We woke refreshed and recharged, our laptops and camera […]

Memorial Arch at Eastern View is a tribute to those who built the Great Ocean Road. It was three thousand survivors of World War One who helped build the road. When they returned from war these brave men needed to find work which was a big part of them, being rehabilitated back into civilian life. […]

We had fantastic weather for our walk up Mt. Bishop in Wilson’s Promontory. ┬áThe paths up to the top were overgrown and you really had to push your way through in places. The bush surrounded us and for the like of Emily who hates snakes it was even more of an adventure. The whole undertaking […]

The other day Em and I headeded out to Norman Point on Wilsons Promontory it wasn’t a great day weatherwise but the view of the Promontory was spectacular! Related articles Wilsons Promontory – Our new temporary home – Victoria Parks (thomasjupe.com) Lux National Park – Wilsons Promontory, Australia (travelpod.com)

Wilsons Promontory National Park has become our new base camp down by Tidal River. We are helping out at the outdoor cinema here which puts on showings of latest releases twice a week on its open air screen. Driving into Wilsons Promontory was breathtaking, the roads twist and turn through beautiful scenery with colourful birds […]

On this visit to Melbourne it struck me profoundly that this city has to be one of the greatest in the world. This clean efficient city bustles with friendly people and is full of helpful people from shop assistants to the young mother we asked how to use the tram system! The buildings are just […]

We were fortunate to find Tooradin, a little town on the map with not much in it save a petrol station and a couple of shops and cafes. According to our trusty, if not slightly out of date, Camps 4 guide and map there would be somewhere to have a quick shower and use the […]

Having left Phillip Island Emily and I decided to head to the Melbourne area for a couple of days. Emily wanted to visit the Victoria Market, which was vast and one of the best markets I have seen, well worth a visit. Obviously my desire to revisit at a more sedate pace was fuelled by […]