Why you’ll want this mosquito repellent

From the depths of the rain-soaked Tropics to the stagnant creeks of little-known campsites worldwide, the mosquito is pest enough to see you douse yourself in toxic creams and unknown chemicals. Better that than malaria, we tell ourselves. But you don’t need to resort…

Review: Cumberland River Holiday Park

The Labour Day* long weekend would have to be one of the most difficult times to land a campsite along the 240-km Great Ocean Road. Victoria’s equivalent to Queensland’s Gold Coast tourist region, the Great Ocean Road is the go-to place for intrastate holidaymakers….

Five southern Aussie favourites

We’ve hit a mini milestone of 50 days caravanning around Australia. During that time, we’ve discovered free camps in sand dunes, braved chilly water on canyoning adventures, and snorkelled with playful seals. Here are five of our favourite experiences from our first 50 days of…

WILDfest launches in style

The inaugural WILDfest, Australia’s first wilderness festival, has successfully launched in the New South Wales Southern Highlands. The three-day event in Joadja, (held from October 27-29) attracted nature lovers and foodies from around the state, with the highlight being WILD Native Feast. The feast…

Camp: Chai-spiced toasted muesli

Staying healthy on the road can be difficult, especially when it seems easier to fry up bacon and eggs on the barbecue than it does trying to keep milk cold and fruit fresh. But anyone who’s been travelling for extended periods of time (heck,…