As we said Goodbye to an memorable 2016, we started planning for 2017 and what adventures loveyourtravels will go on next. Euston in NSW, Australia is a quiet little town nestled on the Murray River. We had visited Euston before on our journeys back home from Mildura, however we had never experienced a stay at the Euston Riverfront Caravan Park.
There is a few ways you can get to Central Australia, Fly, Bus or Drive yourself. Either way getting here takes time and money! If you’re looking for a few days to go easy on the hip pocket, getting around via 2 feet and a heartbeat is the way to go!
Central Australia has many walking trails on offer, some ranging from short distance with some being well over 10km with some serious hiking involved. The walking trails are a great way for you to not only see Central Australia but get up close to these mammoth monoliths. When you are ready to set off and explore, our best suggestion would be to take a backpack packed with sunscreen, food and plenty of water. It also doesn’t hurt to wear a good hat and lather up the sunscreen as the harsh Aussie sun can do some damage. Oh and you might want to bring along a Fly Net otherwise you will go insane with those pesky flies!! Continue reading
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New Year’s Day 2017; A great way to start the year off on another loveyourtravels adventure. After staying the night at Euston Riverfront Caravan Park, Wayne gave me the option, do we go to Mildura or take a trip to Balranald for the day.
My thoughts were whilst I would love a trip to Mildura, I had never been to Balranald. I really didn’t even know if there was anything there to do or see but you never know unless you get in the car and go! Balranald here we come!! Continue reading
On our trip to Central Australia in June 2016, we made a list of what we call “The Red Centre Essentials”, they are must have items that you need to have packed for when you visit here. Continue reading
If your on the road between Donald and Charlton in Country Victoria, there are plenty of spots to take a break, not only is there Wooroonook Lake, there is also Mount Jeffcott Flora & Fauna Reserve. Both places are ideal to take a short break or have an overnight stay.
To find the Mount Jeffcott Flora and Fauna reserve, turn off the Borung Highway onto Camerons Mail Road, where you will pass the range before you arrive at the base of Mount Jeffcott. There is plenty of parking at the base and their is a newly established picnic shelter area with Gas BBQ. Continue reading
There is no doubt having a good quality torch comes in handy on any camping adventure. With so many in the market to choose from how do you know which is best. To be honest we don’t know which one is best, but we found one that’s pretty awesome and we love it!
If you want to know where the most expensive place in Australia is, it sure has to be Kings Canyon in the Northern Territory.
Not only will you pay premium prices at the resort, but you will pay over inflated prices for fuel, food and drink. If your looking to explore Kings Canyon, you can stay at Kings Canyon resort which is only a short drive from the Kings Canyon car park.
Planning a road trip to the Red Centre of Oz can be an exciting part of your life, ticking off a visit to Uluru and Kata Juta (The Olgas) has to be on your bucket list of travelling Australia.
The Ayers Rock resort offers various forms of accommodation from a few hotels to a campground. We stayed 4 nights at Ayers Rock Campground on the Stay 4 Nights Pay for 3 Deal. To camp in the campground the cost we paid was $40 a night. As it was peak season the price was high. For the year round prices, you can click here to visit their website direct for further details. Continue reading
Our choice for a one night stay in Coober Pedy was no doubt Riba’s Underground Camping stay. Riba’s offered free hot showers, basic kitchen facilities and the experience of pitching your tent and sleeping underground. Continue reading
Located across the road of the Murray River is the lovely well maintained Berri Riverside Caravan Park in South Australia. We stayed here one night on our way to Ayres Rock in the Northern Territory. We payed $30 for an unpowered camping site, whilst at the time we thought the price was a bit steep, after reviewing all the facilities in the park the $30 a night is well worth it. Continue reading