From Wilson’s Promontory we headed to Inverloch as we all wanted to see the Monash University … [Read more...]

Wilson’s Promontory

squeaky beach, wilson's promontory

The most Southerly point of the Australian mainland is a National Park that called Wilson’s … [Read more...]

Playing Tourist In A Ghost Town


After the terrible first few days we had in Walhalla with Peter crushing his finger, we planned on … [Read more...]

Walhalla – The First Major Injury

forest bush camping

The road down to Walhalla was narrow and windy but oh-so beautiful. The road looked like it was cut … [Read more...]

Tarra Bulga

suspension bridge, temperate rainforest, Tarra Bulga, National Park, family, travel, blog, Australia

Mum and Dad had not heard of Tarra Bulga National Park before, and neither had the kids so we … [Read more...]

Port Albert

Amy and Susan on the slide.  Camping next to a playground means that kids escape before breakfast and getting dressed sometimes.

We could camp for free on the foreshore, next to playground with toilets, barbecues and water. I got … [Read more...]

Ninety Mile Beach

We headed west from Raymond Island to the Ninety Mile Beach on a warm day. “Windmill! Windmill!” … [Read more...]

Raymond Island – Our first stop


We spent five days at Raymond Island camp for homeschooled kids.  We had to drive on to the car … [Read more...]