Cycling through the vineyards of Barossa

We made our last stop of our great road trip through Australia in the beautiful wine region of Barossa Valley. Located in the South, about 70kms north of Adelaide, where we would eventually return the camper. The region spans the area of ​​about 900 square km and connects the towns of Nuriootpa, Tanunda, and Angaston. There…

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Driving the Great Ocean Road

From Melbourne we drove towards the start of the well-known Great Ocean Road. The opinions are mixed about this route, most tourists love it, some locals advise other routes, because these should be even more beautiful. Normally we would be inclined to follow them, but we definitely didn’t wanted to miss the famous lime stone…

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A visit to vibrant city Melbourne

After a long drive from Philip Island we arrived in Melbourne. After many good stories and research, we had high expectations of this popular Australian city. We stayed a little outside the center at a BIg4 campsite, which was fully equipped with a public kitchen, playground, swimming pool and even a cinema. You could say…

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Watching penguins at Philip Island

The main reason to visit Philip Island were the penguins. You can spot them here during a tourist live show at the Penguin Parade, but also a little further into the wild. We were tipped off this more ‘secret place’ by a local resident, for whom we were very grateful in the end since we…

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Bays and farms at Mornington Peninsula

After spending a few wonderful days in Port Macquarie, the weather changed. The few coming days would be grey and rainy around Sydney, which was exactly the next stop on our list. We decided to skip the rain and adjust our route towards the sun. Within two days we arrived in Victoria Mornington Peninsula. An…

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Wildlife and quiet beaches in Port Macquarie

After a few wonderful days in Byron Bay, we continued our ‘beach lifestyle’ in Port Macquarie. Another place along the coast, but more quiet and less well-known, but definitely still a popular spot among Australians. Especially the people from Sydney are more than happy to make a trip to this seaside resort during the weekend or half…

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Sun, sea and sandcastles in Byron Bay

After a long drive from the countryside we arrived in surfing paradise Byron Bay. Such a wonderful place to be, immediately upon arrival you experience an ultimate relaxed vibe. Surfers with boards under their arm, families with children, older couples hand in hand. The public is diverse, it seems that Byron Bay is a place…

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