There are a few campgounds in national parks and forestry reserves in the Adelaide Hills. For a small fee, you’ll find un-powered sites set amid peaceful forest and native bush. I describe one of the secret spots in this post. If you’re looking for camp grounds with easy access and wide open space, follow..."Where to go Bush Camping in the Adelaide Hills"Continue reading
Camping trip to the Nothern Flinders Ranges and outback Marree in April 2018. (also on Youtube)...
‘Booking’ your camp site and paying entry fees for national parks used to mean being first to arrive and pay at the money boxes or the park office. It was first in, first served. The online camp site booking and payment system in South Australia was introduced as a trial in 2013 and now..."South Australia’s National Park Camp Site Booking System"Continue reading
Three Australian outdoors bloggers talk about blogging and social media. John Feeney from The Hiking Society, Michela Fantinel from Rocky Travel, and Ben Collaton from the Snowys blog share invaluable insights into blogging about the great Australian outdoors. This post focuses on the work that goes into a blog, how much work each post..."Australian Outdoors Bloggers"Continue reading
Don’t have a lot of experience with tents? It’s OK. Here’s my unbiased and hard-won experience. I’ve been putting up tents for at least 25 years and I’ve sold thousands of them. I know all the materials. I know all the tips and tricks. I’ve seen people make every single mistake you can make..."A Big Clumsy List of Camping Tents"Continue reading