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JUNE ISSUE, 2019

TOP 5 PLACES TO EXPLORE ON THE EYRE PENINSULA

We were fortunate enough to spend a few weeks experiencing a lot of what the Eyre Peninsula has on offer earlier this year, finding some of the most beautiful beaches we’ve seen so far on our travels of Australia.

Think pure white sand.  

Clear water in varying blue hues.  

The glisten of the sun setting over the water.  

A plethora of hikes and walking trails to explore – some inland, some coastal, and just a whole lot of fun to be had!

For those who are short on time, we’ve listed five of our favourite places that are definitely worth a look while you’re on the Eyre.  We hope you enjoy them as much as we did!


Click the link below to read the full article. (Pg 72-75)

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JULY ISSUE, 2019

CARAVANNING IN WINTER

Like many full time caravanners, our plans have always been to ‘follow the sun’ and migrate north for the winter months.  

We simply cannot imagine setting up camp at any of the amazingly beautiful beaches along the southern coastline of Australia, and not being able to enjoy them to their full potential due to the colder weather.  

Originally from Queensland, we’re a bit soft when it comes to the cold – but we’ve found temperatures along the Kununurra and surrounding Western Australia suburbs have been fairly consistent at mid- twenties to low- thirties since the beginning of winter, which have made for some blissful days exploring.

If you do get caught out in wintery weather, there’s a little preparing you can do that can make you all the more comfortable – particularly if you’re travelling with kids!

Click the link below to read the full article. (Pg 52-55)

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AUGUST ISSUE, 2019

SCORES OF SUSTAINABLE CAMPS IN THE SOUTH

Sandy toes.  

Salty lips. 

Sunsets over the rippling water.

There’s just something about beach camping that calms the soul and induces feelings of wellness, motivates healthy living and screams ‘minimalism’ all at once.

For those travelling full time, it’s not often you hit an accommodation jackpot along a coastline with beautiful beaches to spend your days at and lay your head at night for around the same price as a daily large caramel-latte with almond milk and perhaps a marshmallow or two!!

INCREDIBLE VALUE

Hands up if you’ve payed close to $50 a night to stay at a beachfront camp ground?

Click the link below to read the full article. (Pg 52-55)