Author: Tammy George

The 7 Best Travel Destinations to Escape Winter in Australia

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Google Photos and Facebook can be so cruel when they send you an anniversary photo of you in thongs enjoying the sun on a winter sojourn. I mean Google (and Zuckerberg) are pretty smart – they should know I haven’t headed north in search of warmer days this winter. Instead, I’m hibernating at home in front of the heater…in ugg boots. Keep your memories to yourself thanks Google!

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The Best Sunshine Coast Camping Spots (2018 Guide)

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The Sunshine Coast is 100km of stunning coastline between Noosa and Caloundra, just 90 minutes north of Brisbane. Its stunning beaches and coastal towns aren’t the only attractions – a short drive inland takes you to the Sunshine Coast Hinterland where you’ll discover incredible hiking opportunities and fresh produce to explore.

Unspoilt beaches, parks, forests, lakes, rivers, falls and mountains make it the perfect getaway for campers. It’s no wonder the Sunshine Coast is a popular location for local Queenslanders and tourists alike.

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Free Camping Tasmania – 7 Free Campsites Worth Visiting in Tassie

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Are you the type of camper who will drive miles into the wilderness to find the most remote campsite possible? Pity any other campers that dare show up at your patch of paradise. Or do you prefer to camp close to town in a busy campsite to enjoy the company of other travellers? Whatever your preference, we have included a campsite on this list to suit your style. Best of all, they’re free.

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The Holland Track: An Iconic WA 4WD Track

The historic Holland Track is one of the most popular Western Australian 4WD tracks. Its proximity to Perth, pioneering history and ruggedness has seen the number of adventurers increase since the track was recut and reopened in 1993.

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10 Must Visit Spots in WA

10 Must Visit Spots in WA

We have travelled far and wide to show the kids our great state (and fill their souvenir coin wallet), but I’ll admit we usually camp in regional towns despite the FWD and off-road camper trailer. Hard-core four wheel drivers wouldn’t even consider us real campers, but I’m not too proud to admit I like to stay in caravan parks for their hot showers.

One of the few times I abandoned my rule was a long weekend at Sandy Cape near Lancelin. I came home with a souvenir of a different kind – the dreaded tick. Now whenever my husband buys a piece of camping equipment that screams self-sufficiency, I remind him of my scrape with the sandy scavenger.

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