Our Blog

I have so many blog posts stored in my mind, and I can’t wait to put fingers to keypad and share them with you! I am encouraging the kids to join in as well, so you can get a bit of a different perspective of our adventures. Posts from me (Miriam) will cover all sorts of things like locations, adventures, reviews of places we have stayed, my favourite recipes, how I keep fit when we travel and so on. I’d love your feedback, so please comment after you read. Thank you! 🙂

Our Latest Blog Posts

The latest word on where we have visited and what we have been up to.

Sandstone Point Holiday Resort, QLD

‘On the glistening shores of Pumicestone Passage, just a stone’s throw from the iconic Bribie Island is the brand new BIG4 Sandstone Point Holiday Resort. Nestled directly in the middle of Brisbane CBD & the Sunshine Coast, there is plenty to do with magnificent...

Bakers Beach, Tasmania

We’ve just arrived and set up at Bakers Point Camping Area - a National Parks Campground on the North East Coast of Tasmania. Narawntapu National Park is  located west of mouth of the Tamar River, between Port Sorell/Hawley and Greens Beach. Follow us...

Springfield Amish Tea Room, Tasmania

Check out our short video hereFollow us facebookinstagramyoutube‘Would you like to stop by the Amish Tea Room?’ Mum asked me. The what? 🤔 We were heading along the Tasman highway on our way to the mountain biking Mecca of Blue Derby when we passed the area where the...

Sarah Island Tasmania

We love old stuff! And boy is Tasmania full of it 😁 An isolated penal settlement established in 1821 known today as Sarah Island was a huge hi light of the Gordon River Cruise for us. In fact, when making up our mind as to the cruise being worth both our time (which...

Return to Williamsford

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...

The Tarkine Drive, Tasmania

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...

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