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Aussie Destinations Unknown
Aussie Destinations Unknown is a caravanning and travel blog dedicated to adventurers, explorers and lovers of Australia. It is for families with kids, and for couples travelling alone; for those who go in search of genuine, real-life experiences and exciting destinations across Australia. It is also for those who while may not be travelling, still love to experience our great country through our adventure narratives and photography.
Aussie Destinations Unknown is the beloved project of Chris, Miriam and their three children; your average Aussie family with a passion for adventure and a love of caravanning.
We hope to inspire you to create your own adventures and invite you to share in ours.
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This is a very special post written by my mum, Karen. In a blog post about ghost towns of Tasmania, Andy, the blogger, writes two paragraphs about Williamsford. In the first couple of lines he dubs Williamsford ‘an embarrassment, as if it was a mistake...read more
The Tarkine is a hidden treasure and a forgotten wilderness here in Tasmania, and as such, has always intrigued me. It is the greatest expanse of cool temperate rainforest in Australia, and the second largest in the world! 477,000 hectares actually. Like...read more
Today is our first full day in the cosy coastal village of Stanley here on the North West Coast of Tasmania. The weather has been typical for a Tassie Summer with rain, strong, gusty winds and cold temperatures broken up with moments of brilliant blue sky...read more
Driving along the windy coastal road through the misty rain we see The Nut through the low-lying clouds and it’s time to pull over, brave the wind, rain and the oncoming traffic (all 3 cars) to get ‘that’ shot. 'That' shot is meant to be a jump shot - but...read more
Magic. This one word sums up where we are, and where we wish we could stay for more than the one night we had planned for. From the moment the ocean glimmers into view as you wind your way down the road to the minute your toes hit the cool, blue water...read more
Our kids love learning, especially when it’s hands on. And for Cooper, anything ‘sciency’ is right up there on the list. So when we were planning our trip from Brisbane to Tassie and back, and the Paul Wild Observatory (home to CSIRO's Australia Telescope...read more
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