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! 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! 😌
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GMSV's motto is 'Live Big.' It has also been our motto for a few years now, so when we were asked to become ambassadors for GMSV, it seemed a good fit for us and them. Together, Chris and I are Aussie Destinations Unknown. Over two years ago we started towing our...read more
Christmas for the camping and outdoor lover made easy with these gift ideas! It’s well and truly time to start thinking about Christmas gifts! And if you’re stuck – let me share 15 awesome gift and some stocking stuffer ideas that will have your entire family covered...read more
What washing machine is best for your caravan, a top loader or a front loader?read more
The Old Barn Paddock is a must-stay campground near Hobart, Tasmania. Named after the very old barn that Callum and Natalie have painstakingly transformed into a superbly rustic function venue. Don’t miss this beautiful spot!read more
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Is this the most bizarre park in Australia? It used to be a railway siding on the Old Ghan line. But no trains live here any more. Nope – this is all about planes. And a bus, a car, a windmill, a dragonfly … ok. It has lots of stuff – just no trains that we could see.read more
TITANIUM CARAVANS OWNERS RALLY. When: March 25-27, 2022 Where: Mt Buffalo Caravan Park, Porepunkah, VICread more
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COMPETITION NOW CLOSED
Win this awesome Knobby bundle jam-packed with all sorts of awesome stuff from capes to yoyos, drink bottles to beach balls and heaps more!
Living in a caravan and traveling full time can sometimes make a set routine really hard, but not impossible. This is what I do and why!read more
The coastline between Sydney and the Sunshine Coast is incredible! Here are a few of our favourite holiday destinations. Happy exploring and safe travels!read more
Give dad a gift you know he will love this Father’s Day! From camp chairs to jump starters, MaxTrax to fire pits. It’s all here.read more
Coober Pedy’s Crocodile Harry’s bizarre dugout has to be seen to be believed. A place so strangely unique it was used in a scene from a Mad Max movie!read more
How we shed the blubber during lock down!read more
‘Hard boil’ eggs in the air fryer without water!read more
Make perfect crepes everytime with this gluten-free crepe recipe!read more
A behind the scenes look at the quirky monument known as ‘Arno’s Wall’ in Winton.read more
Sand dunes, huge black rocks, perfect grassy campsites, and a spectacular coastline – this is Black Rocks, NSW – an incredible natural paradise.read more
We couldn’t have picked a better place to hold our first Titanium Caravan Owners Rally. BIG4 Wye River Holiday Park is such a beautiful, large and well maintained park with lots of wildlife and grassy, open spaces. The park is located in a lovely riverside valley with...read more
We ended up doing 600km from The Great Ocean Road to Holbrook and flicked open wiki to find somewhere close by. This free camp popped up and the reviews looked good so we thought we’d give it a go. We always enjoy pub camping; chatting to and having a beer with the...read more
A short walk in the Blue Tier on Tasmania’s East Coast will take you to these old rusty tin stamping machines that loom up from the forest wall, inviting you to experience a glimpse of life long gone.read more
Here’s a rundown on our 2019 Chevy Silverado GCI Traytec Canopy.read more
Those of you who are serious about good clear night vision know how important lighting is. I’m talking to you beach drivers, outback drivers and those of us who like to get out and play after dark. We set out to build the Chev with top quality componentry that...read more
Overnight Campground for Self-Contained Vehicles This morning we left the Gold Coast to head south. It’s day 1 of our brand-new lives … Aussie Destinations Unknown: Full Time Travellers! We know we have to be at various places in Melbourne next week, and we are...read more
Check out our YouTube video here! It’s definitely who you know not what you know! And lucky for us, we just happen to be mates with some amazing people who own a magnificent beach front property affectionately known as Tara, up near Burrum Heads on the Fraser Coast of...read more
Think an enormous campground on the banks of an enormous flat lake where enormously good times can be had! Habitat Noosa is a 65-acre eco-resort in The Great Sandy National Park on the Sunshine Coast with 500 metres of lake front on the Noosa River. The stunning Lake...read more
We loved our stay at Fressingfield! We knew it was going to be great from the minute the host, Wayne, phoned us to make sure we would be arriving at a time when he would be there to show us to our campsite. We arrived right on 1:00 and Wayne met us at the front...read more
Moreton Island is one of our favourite Aussie destinations, and we are so lucky to have it right in our own backyard. Chris has been holidaying on the island since he was a kid and has been bringing me along for the adventures for the past 10 years. (yup – we have...read more
‘Yes mum. I’ve rinsed my feet in the bucket. YES! I’ve wiped them on the towel too.’ I shook my head, laughing a little as I walked inside.
If I had $1 for every time someone said to me, ‘I don’t like camping,’ I’d be a very rich woman!read more
Let us share our brand new Titanium SS Hardcore Caravan with you!read more
We were so lucky to stumble across The Gorge on the Clarence River! After spending some time on the stunning white sandy beaches of the NSW North Coast, we felt it was time to head inland and swap sand and saltwater for grass and the fresh, running waters of the...read more
Hosanna Farmstay is where we just spent the most incredible weekend. We have been once before, over 5 years ago with the kids and always said we would return. I have no idea what took us so long! We did notice a few pretty big changes this trip with the main one...read more
Sometimes in life we make decisions and choices that seem so right at the time. Then, you realise with a sinking heart that you made the wrong choice, the wrong decision. All the hopes and dreams built around those choices come crashing down. And, because your future...read more
We have always known that Cruisemaster is the industry leader in all-terrain towing technology. We have heard this said time and time again, and our last van was fitted with this suspension and coupling and towed like a dream.
When they offered to take us on a factory tour, we jumped at the opportunity and set a date.
Our very first ADU Meet up was at Helensvale with some absolute legends who love the outdoor lifestyle as much as we do!read more
Woody Head is one of those places you visit and start to plan your return trip within moments of setting up. It really is the perfect beach holiday spot.
White sandy beaches, rock platforms, a boat ramp, grassy areas, rain forest, shallow reef (perfect for snorkeling) and lots of kangaroos roaming around … plus awesome surfing and great fishing place Woody Head right near the top of our beach side camping list.read more
The first time dad has ever been worried ... of course we're all scared to death. We were driving through a mountain range down an extremely steep, slippery road and were all scared for our lives. When mum had found what sounded like an amazing free camp on Wikicamps...read more
For many people Tasmania is the holiday destination of a lifetime, especially if you are towing a huge caravan behind you and have a 4WD filled with kids. For me, it was a wonderful opportunity to take my family back home (from Brisbane) and show them where I grew up....read more
Here's a short video of our adventure Cruising the Gordon River on The Spirit of the Wild The Gordon River Cruise is something everyone needs to experience at least once in their lifetime. It may be right over on the wild West Coast of Tasmania and require making your...read more
That's a photo of me with my mum and dad doing a long hike to Montezuma Falls in Tasmania. We LOVE walking! If you're anything like us and spend a whole lot of your 'spare time' traveling and exploring our beautiful country ... like us, you probably...read more
Check out our video hereThis year for Australia Day long weekend, we headed away from the crowded beaches to our beautiful granite country keen to explore Girraween National Park. We decided it was time to tick something off the bucket list ... and on day one we did...read more
We know all too well how easy it is to let routine fall by the wayside when you hit the road. Our regular ‘at home’ routine involves an early morning gym session before work, and my job involves teaching between 2-4 fitness classes a day. Chris has a fairly active job...read more
‘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...read more
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...read more
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...read more
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...read more
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 best...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 many people,...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
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