Christmas, that time of year where everyone goes a bit silly, you wrap up warm, drink, eat, sing, see old friends and family and generally be merry. Well, when you are backpacking, halfway around the world from home and in a country where Christmas is in the summer, things feel a bit different. Here is … More Oz Campervan Adventure Part 10: Christmas in Australia
After the Babinda Boulders we started making our way South along the coast towards Brisbane for New Year. Along the way our main objectives were to stop at waterholes and beaches as much as possible to cool off and enjoy a slow pace of life – a vast difference from missioning it through the outback…although … More Oz Campervan Adventure Part 9: Cairns to Brisbane
A week working in the outback on a mango farm with a laid back Aussie dude brewing a shed load of his own beer, an Aussie lady who is a remarkable cook, a broken dog and a croc in the lake behind the garden. This was going to be an awesome week.
This was the big one – Adelaide to Darwin. Driving through Australia’s red centre following pretty much one straight road, only detouring to take in the epic Uluru (aka Ayers Rock) and King’s Canyon. In total this would be a 4,000km (2,500 mile) leg of our campervan adventure which may be a long way to … More Oz Campervan Adventure Part 5: Adelaide to Darwin taking in Uluru and King’s Canyon
Following our days cruising from Melbourne to Adelaide along the Great Ocean Road we stopped in Adelaide for two nights. Here we would learn more about Aussie Culture – wine, art and possums.
We were very excited about the next leg of our Oz Campervan Adventure taking us from Melbourne to Adelaide as we would be travelling along one of the world’s most scenic coastal drives – the Great Ocean Road. Rugged coastlines, the 12 apostles rock formations, rainforests and, the icing on the cake, the Round The … More Oz Campervan Adventure Part 3: Melbourne to Adelaide via The Great Ocean Road, Grampians, Pink Lakes and more
Melbourne has a bustling Street Art scene with Hosier Lane being the focal point. However, look around and you’ll find the city has Street Art on offer in plenty of places. Explore and see what you find. Here is our galary of what we spotted. Art or not? You decide…
Part 2 of our Oz Campervan Adventure and we find ourselves in Melbourne! A two day city stop featuring art, giant urinals, penguins, a proper Aussie BBQ with Japanese people and booze…this adventure sure is starting out well…
After spending over a week sightseeing and painting the Colourful House of Surry Hills with Thierry Noir in Sydney it was time to commence our Australian Campervan Adventure. We picked up our home on wheels in the shape of a Mitsubishi Express from the depot and set off not really understanding what we were letting … More Oz Campervan Adventure Part 1: Sydney to Melbourne via the Grand Pacific Drive and Wilson’s Prom
One of the most surreal experiences on our travels was helping world famous street artist Thierry Noir paint the outside of a millionaire’s house, with additional help from two models. Life is full of surprises when you go seeking for adventure!