• Dubrovnik, Croatia

    It was 12pm and the time had come to exchange the less than glamorous port city of Bari, Italy for the deep blue waters of Dubrovnik, Croatia. Boarding the large maritime vessel that would…

  • Craco, Italy

    Deep within the desolate badlands of the Basilicata region of Southern Italy, lies the derelict ghost town of Craco. Abandoned by its working class citizens in the mid 1980’s after a devastating landslide, Craco’s…

  • Pietrapertosa, Italy

    From Meta we continued our journey southward, deep into Italy’s instep in search of the fabled ghost town of Craco. Along the way we passed the spectacularly located town of Pietrapertosa. Situated in the…

  • Meta, Italy

    After saying our regretful goodbyes to Rome, we continued our road trip journey south towards the Amalfi Coast. On our way we stopped by to explore the ruined city of Pompeii but unfortunately enjoyed…

  • Rome, Italy

    We’ve all heard the old saying ‘Rome wasn’t built in a day’, well it turns out it wasn’t refurbished in a single day either. We arrived in the eternal city on a lazy summer…

  • Romita, Italy

    Cruising south through the moist cloud-covered surrounds of Tyrol, it was perfectly clear that the decision to change our intended road trip route was a good one. Emerging from the Dolomites and entering into…

  • Imst, Austria

    Awaking at our Schwangau campsite to the pitter-patter of precipitation on our campervan roof, we quickly swept the inconvenience of wet weather aside and hit the road. Within 15 minutes of driving we said…

  • Schwangau, Germany

    Our Romantic Road journey continued south from Rothenburg ob da Tauber, as we navigated through the endless array of finely crafted countryside hamlets that lined the passageway to our next destination of Schwangau. Situated…

  • Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Germany

    From Bonn we made a quick stop to visit a friend in the central German town of Suhl and then headed south to follow The Romantic Road. Our first stop was the charming medieval…

  • Bonn, Germany

    After three fun-filled days in Paris, we took a short train ride to Bonn, Germany to pick up our campervan “Willy” from our good friends at Tour Europe Campervans. The bright yellow Volkswagen Westfalia…

  • Paris, France

    Arriving in Paris at 6am after a 27-hour commute is hardly an ideal way to start a 7-month European adventure. But for those of us travelling from down under it’s a small price to…

  • Travellers Autobarn: Hi5 Camper

    When we’ve got the itch and it’s time for a holiday we simply call our friends at Travellers Autobarn. They hold the keys to our hearts and provide us with the freedom and endless…

  • Ocean Rafting

    Simply leave your mainland worries behind and escape to the pristine waters of the Whitsunday Islands on an Ocean Rafting adventure. Boasting a slick and steady fleet of lightning quick and manoeuvrable semi-rigid watercrafts,…

  • Noosa National Park

    It’s easy to see why Noosa National Park claims the title of Australia’s most visited National Park. Just a short walk from the hustle and bustle of Noosa town centre, Noosa National Park’s remarkable…

  • Big 4 Adventure Whitsunday

    A splendid and relaxing tropical wonderland close to the heart of Airlie Beach, this sophisticated park has a host of facilities to keep you entertained for days. The parks lush natural surrounds are complimented…

  • Magnetic Island

    Access to Magnetic Island is possible via Sealink Ferries 19 daily ferry departures from Townsville’s Breakwater Ferry Terminal. A majestic aquatic paradise compromising of small island villages, unspoilt turquoise beaches and vast areas of…

  • Castle Hill

    Standing at 232 metres tall, the colossal pinnacle of radiant red rock towers over the Townsville skyline from almost every angle. As one of the only major hills in a predominately horizontal landscape, Castle…

  • Mackay Blacks Beach Holiday Park

    Situated on the picturesque Blacks Beach overlooking the southern Whitsundays in the northern suburbs of Mackay. The five-acre property consists of new deluxe villas, 87 caravan/campsites, BBQ Area, Camp Kitchen, renovated Amenities Block, Swimming…

  • Poinciana Tourist Park

    Located on the impressive Capricorn Coast Scenic Highway just 200 metres from Cooee Bay and The Coral Sea, Poinciana Tourist Park is located close to shops, tourist services and Yeppoon town centre. With friendly…

  • Bluewater Park Rest Area

    Just 30 kilometres north of Townsville on the Bruce Highway, Bluewater Park Rest Area is a pleasant and well-placed free rest area and campsite. Operated and serviced by the Townsville City Council, this fancy-free…

  • Gin Gin Rest Area

    This modest free public rest area is situated directly on the Bruce Highway at the northern end of the delightfully named town of Gin Gin . Home to large spacious and shady campsites suitable…

  • Jowarra Park Rest Area

    Located close to the Glass House Mountains and Australia Zoo on Steve Irwin Way, this overnight rest area is controlled by The Main Roads Department and has a 20-hour stay limit. Ideal for road…

  • Bruce Highway, QLD, Australia

    Overview Connecting the golden surf beaches, sand islands and hinterlands of South-East Queensland to the iconic sugarcane fields, jagged escarpments and clear waters of the north, The Bruce Highway is your gateway to the…