Karijini National Park

Here's a little blast from the past! Karijini National Park is centred in the Hamersley Ranges of the Pilbara region in the northwest of the Australian state of Western Australia. The park is located approximately 1,500 kilometres from the state's capital city, Perth and around 70 kilometres north of Tom Price. At 627,422 hectares, Karijini is the second largest national park in Western Australia. The park is renowned for its many breathtaking [Read more...]

Camp Cobark

With only a few days left before school returned for 2017, we decided to head to Camp Cobark for a long weekend! Camp Cobark is located on the Cobark River about 35 kms west of Gloucester, NSW. Cobark Station is a fully operational cattle station and is popular for camping and horse riding. They have 5kms of riverside camping available and toilet/shower facilities at the main campground.   CAMPING FEES Main campground (with amenities) - $20 per night Riverside campground (no [Read more...]

Tyler turns 5!!!

Our little man turned a big 5 on the 10th of January.  Among other things he got a brand new fishing rod!  So what better way to celebrate than a BBQ picnic dinner with a spot of fishing!! We have a gorgeous little spot about 25 minutes from home - Taylors Beach!  It has a big grassy picnic area and the water is shallow and very calm for the kids to swim in.  And we always get a bite... although never anything overly big...but we keep trying! Pretty happy with [Read more...]

A Screwdriver?!

On a recent camping weekend at Sandbar Caravan Park we decided on a trip to Whoota Whoota Lookout.   Whoota Whoota Lookout is in the Wallingat National Park around 40 kilometres south of Forster, NSW. We set out from Sandbar (following the GPS) and turned right on The Lakes Way and then shortly after turned left onto Coomba Road heading towards Coomba Park.  This didn't seem to the be the best way to get to the Lookout but nonetheless we continued.  The GPS told us to turn [Read more...]