New South Wales Archive

7 Less Traveled Spots in Australia That Are Worth the Trip

July 8, 2014

in beach, New South Wales, northern territory, Queensland, South Australia, tasmania

It’s a known fact that Australia is one of the top travel destinations in the world. While tourists are naturally drawn to the land Down Under, most are unaware of Australia’s ‘hidden’ travel gems. Many of the less travelled destinations provide absolutely breathtaking experiences that make the side excursions well worth the effort. The following […]

View of Hastings River, Port Macquarie, NSW

Tents and the City

October 19, 2012

in blog trip, camping, Nature, New South Wales

I think I left something off my list of reasons camping unnerves me in my other post. Another factor, for me, is that if you camp in a secluded area, which is pretty much where most campgrounds are, you best not have forgotten anything you needed. And as someone who routinely forgets toothpaste, body wash, […]

Camping on Wallis Lake, Sundowner Tiona, NSW

The Unlikely Camper

October 11, 2012

in blog trip, camping, Nature, New South Wales

Full House was in its sixth season. Bill Clinton was in his first term as President. Kurt Cobain was still alive. That’s what was going on in my world the last time I went camping. So when I was recently invited to suss out two Sundowner Tourist Parks on the Mid-North Coast of New South […]