21/02/2021 For those of you that have subscribed and have been following us on our adventures, you may be wondering what happened and where in the world are we, as its been nearly 4 months since our last post. Apologies for being slack but I will explain. We spent a couple of months making ourContinue reading “Where in the world are we now? Going home again.”
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To the Tip and Far North Queensland
We collected more red dust in Far North Queensland than we did in the Red Centre! We collected plenty of memories too…
Long Pitstop in Cairns
Spent time in Cairns preparing for the Cape but also really enjoying being on sealed roads and eating at restaurants again!
A week in Kakadu
Rock art, wildlife and cooling waterfalls on our visit to Kakadu.
Things we never knew about Darwin NT
Surprising and amazing things we found in Darwin
Escaping the cold
Warm pools and cool waterfalls, heading north to the Top End. This is paradise!
In and around Alice Springs NT
We have discovered the West Macdonnell Ranges and morphed into mountain goats climbing all over them.
Bye bye SA – Hello NT
This was the final couple of weeks in South Australia, before finally getting into the Northern Territory when the border opened.
Filling time in The Riverlands and Adelaide Hills
02/07/2020 After all the rough driving we had been doing up in northern SA, we had to replace two tyres, but they had to order the specific truck tyres we needed from Melbourne which was going to take a week. So while we waited, we thought we’d explore the areas east of Adelaide that weContinue reading “Filling time in The Riverlands and Adelaide Hills”
Arkaroola, Dalhousie Springs and the SA Outback
15/06/2020 I am now officially unemployed, after sending in my resignation letter to my old manager at Westpac. Being a project manager, who has made a career of mitigating risks, this was not as easy decision, considering the possible financial precipice the world is heading towards. But after almost a year away I feel likeContinue reading “Arkaroola, Dalhousie Springs and the SA Outback”