Every six months or so, I feel an intense longing to be outdoors — to sit around a campfire, sleep in a tent, and wake up in the fresh air with a stove-made cup of tea. Must be my Girl Guiding years deeply ingrained into me. Even if it’s just for one night, the experience completely re-sets me, and the opportunity to explore somewhere new is a bonus.Continue reading
During my time in the UK last year, I missed being outdoors in nature and camping. As we had no car and our camping gear was back in Australia, we just never got around to it (aside from the glamping trip to Wales). So, once we settled back on Brisbane soil, we grabbed the tent and drove to Lake Moogerah Caravan Park for two days of country air. Continue reading
With less than 2 months left in Sydney, I wanted to go on one last camping trip to explore somewhere new and to feel like I’d tucked enough NSW travel under my belt. Continue reading
With the Australia Day long weekend coming up, I was searching for literally anywhere to camp, but predictably, everything was completely booked out. That was until we came across Youcamp – the Airbnb of the camping world.
It led us to the NSW Ski Gardens, located on the banks of the Hawkesbury River in the rustic village of Wisemans Ferry.
Just two hours from Sydney, Kangaroo Valley is described by many as “The most beautiful valley in Australia”.
Over the Easter long weekend, we escaped the city and ventured to Kangaroo Valley for a long-awaited camping trip. Continue reading