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I love giving the gift of experience for birthdays, especially if it is a “big one”. So when my gorgeous second daughter celebrated her 21st this year I gifted her a Hot Air balloon ride over the Hunter Valley. Last weekend it was time to take the trip! Setting the […]

Hot Air Ballooning over the Hunter Valley


One of the best aspects for me when staying in a Caravan / Camping park is the camp kitchen, it is one of the things that we check out as soon as we arrive at the park! These facilities are very popular nowadays, in fact there isn’t many established parks […]

Five reasons why I love camp kitchens!


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The alarm went off waking me from my slumber. Struggling to open my eyes I hit the snooze button before rolling back over. It was too early,  3.45am to be exact. In a haze I remembered why I had set the alarm so early. We were going to explore the […]

Sunrise from the Sand Dunes!



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Travelling with Children can look like this…. and this….. and sometimes like this…. Travel with kids can be hard. Travel with kids is not always roses and sunshine. Sometimes travel can cause a little ones world to fall apart. There might be tantrums, tears and meltdowns. There might be teasing, […]

The truth about travelling with kids,


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If you are looking for an gorgeous place to explore caves and camp under the stars all the while being surrounded by everything the Australian bush has to offer, then Wombeyan Karst Reserve is just for you! I had been planning this camping trip for weeks, no probably months with […]

Wombeyan Caves: A Review


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We love Funday Sunday, it’s the day when NSW public transport cap their prices on travel to anywhere in the state of NSW to $2.50 each. All you need is an opal card and you are on your way! This last Sunday I decided to hop on the train and […]

Funday Sunday: The Sydney Caravan, Camping and Lifestyle Expo.



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Yes… you read that right! This year we camped down the snow at the Kosciuszko Tourist Park for our annual ski trip… and it was awesome! With money a little tight this year there was a worry that we would have to forego this years ski trip. I couldn’t let […]

Camping at the snow at The Kosciuszko Tourist Park.


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By the time I began writing this blog I already had been a single mum for 6 years, I had travelled to five countries and had gone on numerous camping and road trips within Australia. It had become very easy for me to just pack up the kids and go. […]

How I gained confidence to travel solo with my kids.


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I was enticed…by the Instagram pics and by the blog posts… The Titanic Exhibition in Sydney looked amazing! I knew that I wanted to visit and experience it for myself as soon as possible! Upon entering the exhibition we were given a boarding pass, it gave us the details of […]

Titanic the Exhibition.



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The Kobe Herb gardens and Ropeline is Japans largest herb garden with 14 garden areas and spectacular views across the Port of Kobe. Our trip to Japan had been filled with the craziness of Tokyo, the excitement of the thrilling  rides at Tokyo Disney and shopping for Anime merchandise…. so when […]

Kobe herb gardens and ropeway.


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We love Funday Sunday, it’s the day when NSW public transport cap their prices on travel to anywhere in the state of NSW to $2.50 each. All you need is an opal card and you are on your way! The other week we took the opportunity of combining our interest […]

Sunday Funday: Jerusalem Bay Track


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We loved our stay at Harrington Discovery Holiday Park and this is why!… A few months ago I booked a stay at Harrington Discovery Holiday Park, on a special deal that they had going on, unfortunately I had to cancel at the last moment… but…. the wonderful person at the […]

Harrington Discovery Holiday Park: A Review