Swan Hill to Echuca

News | 13 Feb

After a couple of very relaxing days at Swan Hill, it was time to move on to Echuca. We always like being able to stop if we see something interesting, Read Article

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Swan Hill to Echuca

News | 13 Feb

After a couple of very relaxing days at Swan Hill, it was time to move on to Echuca. We always like being able to stop if we see something interesting, Read Article

Austins exploring regional Victoria!

News | 06 Feb

Echuca  The mighty Murray River!! What a destination. We all hear about the Murray but not a lot of people visit this quintessential Australian landmark compared to other coastal places. Echuca is situated right on Read Article

Making the most of Melbourne!

News | 05 Feb

Melbourne  Melbourne: Arty, stylish, cosmopolitan, cultural, athletic and sports obsessed – She may lack the natural beauty of her big sister (Sydney), but Australia’s ‘most livable’ city is far from the ugly little sister. She’s grown. Matured. She boasts beautifully Read Article

The Austins make their way through Victoria

News | 04 Feb

“Mum, Stella keeps looking at me.” “Well, stop touching me, Sage!” Whinging and arguing in the car can only be tolerated for so long. Being ‘chalkies’ by trade, we do Read Article

The Sapphire Coast with the Austin family

News | 31 Jan

Boyd Town  Getting caravan sites and any form of accommodation on the South Coast around the Christmas/New Year period is like ‘finding a needle in a haystack’. We called over 15 caravan parks Read Article

Mildura to Swan Hill

News | 30 Jan

Moving on from Mildura, we decided we would take the opportunity to check out some more Silo Art. So, we headed off towards the tiny village of Patchewollock. Patchy, as Read Article

Summer holidays with the Austins

News | 29 Jan

While our writings will have a focus on our methods of educating our children as we roam around Australia, we too need a summer holiday! Therefore, our content will feature more on the locations Read Article

From Renmark to Mildura

News | 24 Jan

After reluctantly leaving Renmark, it was time to make our way to Mildura. The road to the border is long and straight and the countryside is mainly covered in Mallee Read Article

Exploring Renmark

News | 23 Jan

Although we could have easily spent the day lazing in the shade on the banks of the Murray River, we thought we would do a little bit of exploring around Read Article

Barossa Valley To Renmark

News | 23 Jan

After an awesome couple of days in the beautiful Barossa Valley, we were ready to hit the road and head to Renmark. Our first stop was in the small town Read Article

Meet our new bloggers- the Austin family!

News | 21 Jan

Lappin’ It Up – Livin’ in a Van Down Under “Let’s make it a year or more!” were the words that passed my lips the night I returned home from my first day back Read Article

Jess and Andy’s Sapphire Coast itinerary

News | 17 Jan

The Sapphire Coast is the region in South East NSW stretching from Bermagui to the Victorian border. Having now spent two summer holidays serving coffee in this pristine region, it’s Read Article

Day 2 & 3 – Barossa Valley

News | 16 Jan

The Barossa Valley is one of the premier wine growing regions in Australia. With over 150 wineries in the area, it was a tough decision choosing which ones to visit. Read Article

Adelaide to the Barossa Valley

News | 14 Jan

Meet our new Follow the Sun travellers, Brenden and Mel! Our first day in the Dometic Winnebago was filled with winding roads, rolling hills and green, green vineyards. As we Read Article

Crossing the Nullabor

News | 11 Jan

Crossing the Nullarbor with Alice and Jen! The must do’s! Whether travelling East to West or West to East, your crossing the great treeless plain of the Nullarbor, definitely a Read Article

The Allure of Adelaide

News | 05 Jan

The charm of Adelaide city – its wide tree lined streets, the rooftop bars, the beaches, the mountain ranges that surround the city, the churches on every corner, the architecture Read Article

The Eyre and Graces of The Great Aussie Bight

News | 22 Dec

The bright bight and the Eyre Peninsula along the South Australian western coastline really is a breathtaking experience for any campervans and caravans – whether a single, a couple of Read Article

A Heart of Gold, Kalgoorlie WA

News | 19 Dec

As we drove into the town with its red dirt, shrubby landscape and old buildings, we had no expectation of what we could get from the town, nor what we Read Article

Things we’ve learned after 12 months on the road- part two!

News | 11 Dec

In this blog, Jess and Andy from Round and Round Coffee have been on the road for almost a year and are now sharing some of the most important things Read Article

Exploring beautiful beaches with Poppy and Tom

News | 06 Dec

After a short but sweet, and windy, night in Denmark we back tracked to see Greens Pool and Elephant Rocks. Western Australia really is home to Australia’s best beaches and Read Article

Poppy and Tom explore Denmark!

News | 05 Dec

Our next destination was Denmark and our biggest day of driving – only 4 hours which isn’t long for Western Australia. First thing in the morning we made our way Read Article

Andy’s iPhone photography tips

News | 03 Dec

Photography tips with Round and Round Coffee We get a lot of comments about photos of our travels and often get asked what kind of camera we use. You might Read Article

Touring around Margaret River with Poppy and Tom

News | 03 Dec

With a full day in Margaret River and so much to see we decided to join an organised tour. We went with Margaret River Discovery Company as we wanted to Read Article

The beautiful Margaret River region

News | 01 Dec

We left Bunbury early in the morning and officially crossed over into the Margaret River Region. First stop was the Busselton Jetty; a leisurely 1.8km walk to the end of Read Article

Bunbury and Ferguson Valley

News | 30 Nov

Sunday morning, we slowly drove down to Bunbury. The weather was not on our side but we stopped off at Lake Clifton to see the Thrombolites (not so easy to Read Article

New travellers begin journey

News | 29 Nov

It’s time to meet our latest travellers, Poppy and Tom! The couple live in Melbourne and love to explore as much of the country as they can. Together, they have Read Article

Community Welcomes RV’s –Renmark Paringa South Australia

News | 27 Nov

The Renmark Paringa District is renowned as a gateway to South Australia and is one of the most magnificent parts of the Murray River. Marvel at the natural beauty of Read Article

A perfect visit to Perth

News | 26 Nov

When we arrived in Perth, we felt a mixture of excitement and sadness- we were looking forward to seeing the city, but disappointed that our trip was coming to an Read Article

Geraldton and the Pinnacles with Jess and Ridge

News | 23 Nov

After a great morning in Carnarvon, we again packed up the motorhome to head to our second last destination, Geraldton. We were booked in at the Belair Gardens and since Read Article

Exploring around Carnarvon

News | 21 Nov

Carnarvon was another town that we didn’t know too much about prior to arriving, but we quickly discovered there is actually SO much to see and do! As soon as Read Article

The beautiful beaches of Exmouth and Coral Bay

News | 18 Nov

Coming from Queensland, we are used to nice beaches and we thought ours were just about the best in the world; but after this trip we’ve realised we have some Read Article

Kayaking and snorkelling in Exmouth!

News | 17 Nov

Lagoon Explorer Kayak and Snorkel tour with Exmouth Adventure Co. Prior to beginning our WA trip, we’d been told that we should go snorkeling on the Ningaloo Reef at Exmouth Read Article

From Karijini to Karratha

News | 15 Nov

After departing from Karijini, we began the long drive to Karratha. From Joffre Gorge (where we spent the morning) the drive was about six hours- again, if you’re doing this Read Article

Karijini National Park- a bucket list destination

News | 13 Nov

When we first started planning our journey from Broome to Perth and asking around for recommendations, a few people told us we should check out Karijini National Park. We did Read Article

From Broome to Port Hedland, and everything in between

News | 11 Nov

We have done road trips before, but this drive is a whole other level. I’m writing this from Karijini National Park, which means we have driven roughly 1000km so far, Read Article

Following the sun around WA

News | 08 Nov

WOW. Yesterday marked our first official day on the Dometic Follow the Sun Relay, and it was definitely one for the books! We arrived in Broome at about 6.30pm on Read Article

Stuart family complete their journey

News | 01 Nov

The Last Leg- Queenstown to Hobart So here we are on our last leg of our Tasmanian adventure.   It’s a pretty big day of travel organised from Queenstown to Hobart Read Article

Relay arrives in Broome!

News | 31 Oct

This week we arrived at our final stop on the #FTSRelay – beautiful Broome! Famous for its rich pearling history and epic sunsets on Cable Beach, the town has a Read Article

Davey family in Kununurra

News | 29 Oct

Fresh from our Katherine adventures we buckled up and made ourselves comfortable for the long drive across the border into Kununurra, WA. Thankfully the motorhome makes travel a breeze and Read Article

Low cost living with Jess and Andy

News | 23 Oct

Meet our bloggers Jess and Andy are part of the emerging trend of people ditching the 9-5 for an adventurous life of travelling, trading and living on the road. The couple Read Article

Stuart family continue Tasmanian journey!

News | 20 Oct

So we left Cradle Mountain with an appreciation of the rugged mountains and the wildlife that calls it home.   Back in our Apollo camper and off to Queenstown we went.   Read Article

Follow the Sun to Lake Argyle WA!

News | 20 Oct

Lake Argyle When visiting the Kimberley’s you absolutely have to stop at Lake Argyle, it is one of our favourite spots in WA and we were stoked to get to Read Article

Wander to Wonder Oz are taking over the Follow the Sun Relay

News | 19 Oct

Wander to Wonder Oz – Darwin to Katherine Howdy! We’re the Davey family of Wander to Wonder Oz – Leigh, Tegan, Bodhi (7yrs) and Finn (5yrs). We’ve been travelling around Read Article

Stuart Family at Cradle Mountain

News | 18 Oct

Cradle Mountain – since our last blog – turns out Cradle Mountain just keeps giving the wow moments.   We had another day to do some ‘serious’ exploring. We were encouraged Read Article

Eagle and Lyla’s final days in Alice Springs

News | 11 Oct

Well, what can we say about Parrtjima… it was incredible! The MacDonnell Range, a dry and bushy backdrop in the day, transformed into vibrant colourful expression of art through lights Read Article

Six unique camping experiences in QLD

News | 09 Oct

Meet our bloggers, Jess and Andy Jess and Andy are part of the emerging trend of people ditching the 9-5 for an adventurous life of travelling, trading and living on Read Article

Filming at Standley Chasm and Paartjima festival

News | 08 Oct

Day 19:  Thursday 4/10/18 The live cross this morning was at Robbo’s cabin where we ran in and woke him up because he was supposed to babysit us.  He messed Read Article

The Alice Springs adventure continues!

News | 07 Oct

Day 17:  Tuesday 2/10/18 Today we started again with a live cross with Studio 10, where we did a bacon and egg roll cook off. We had to make it Read Article

Lyla and Eagle at Desert Park Playground!

News | 06 Oct

Alice Springs has been an absolute highlight for us as a family over the last couple of days! Of course with the added element of filming footage throughout the day Read Article

Darwin accommodation review- Ellen and Les

News | 06 Oct

Darwin Free Spirit Resort The first park we parked up into in Darwin, and we already can’t wait to come back! We can not fault this place, our only complaint Read Article

Filming, food and fun with Gemma and Lindsey!

News | 05 Oct

Day 15:  Sunday 30/9/18 Today we went to the free pancake breakfast at BIG4 MacDonnell Range Holiday Park and it was delicious.  There were so many different options for toppings Read Article