Uluru, Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon

Almost two years on since I visited – perfect time to write up a blog about it eh? With the help of my calendar and wiki camps, lets see what I can remember…  It wouldn’t be a trip through the red centre without taking the detour west to the famous Uluru-Kata Tjuta National park –

A week road trip in Tassie

Right before leaving Australia my last adventure was to head across to Tasmania and go on one final road trip. I’d wanted to visit for so long, and even tried to find farm work in the area, but time flew by and before I knew it I was only a few weeks away from my

Back home to Scotland

Well, it’s been about seven months since I last wrote a blog. Every time I’ve tried I’ve been more and more overwhelmed with how behind I am that I instead ignore it and get even further behind! So, I’m going to ease myself in with a nice easy one as to where I’m at now,

Coober Pedy

Coober Pedy is a small town in northern South Australia famous for its opal mining, and is a fascinating stop on the road trip through the red centre. Before visiting I’d heard all about this ‘underground town’ and was so excited to see a whole town built underground, expecting a barren wasteland overground. In reality,

Road trip through the Red Centre

Setting off from Adelaide with the aim to drive to Darwin, Adam and I began our road trip through the ‘red centre’ of Australia. We had no time limit for how long the trip should take us, we just took each day as it came, deciding there and then whether to carry on or spend

Four days in Adelaide

To finish off our Great Ocean Road trip we hit up the City of Adelaide. After spending five nights camping, we chose to opt for a little luxury before another few weeks camping en route to Darwin.  After struggling to find nice accommodation at a reasonable price that wasn’t already booked up on my regular

Melbourne living (for two weeks)

First stop in hitting the road from Shepparton was to head back down south to my favourite city of Melbourne for a few weeks. Adam still had two weeks left of work at this point, so I used the chance to be a lady of leisure and enjoy chilling out for two weeks in the city. While

Farm life in Mooroopna and Shepparton

Something that inevitably comes with doing farm work is living in a rural part of Australia. For us, that meant living in Mooroopna, a small town in Victoria nicknamed ‘Fruit salad city’. Most of our days here were spent working or recovering on our few days off, but we tried our best to fit in