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Perth to Melbourne: from boring desert plains to great ocean roads

After saying goodbye to François on Sunday evening, the next morning it’s Hitomi’s turn to leave. She is nervous and isn’t keen on going back to Japan. 3,747 more words


Laughter and Disaster - Our roadtrip to the East Coast

Australia is a massive county… There’s only one way to discover a big country, and that’s to drive it! Davey and I did just that! We recently made the journey from Coral Bay (west) to Sydney (east).  1,555 more words


Adelaide to Ceduna

This was a long drive

Once we were all packed and everything had been checked


Melbourne to Adelaide

Picked mum up from the Melbourne airport and as it was late in the afternoon we stopped in Ararat and stayed at Acacia Caravan Park for the night. 686 more words



Perth-Adelaide (part 4)

A thousand miles journey begins with a single step, Lao-tsu beautifully once said. But the ancient Chinese philosopher conveniently omitted how the thousand miles journey continues. 1,451 more words

Sailing the Nullarbor - The specs

The Nullarbor Plain (/ˈnʌləbɔːr/ nul-ə-bor; Latin: nullus, “no”, and arbor, “tree”[1]) is part of the area of flat, almost treeless, arid or semi-arid country of southern Australia, located on the Great Australian Bight coast with the Great Victoria Desert to its north. 526 more words



I wrote this years ago shortly after taking this trip with Ma:

We speed across the mighty Nullarbor with muster; it was a race against our fatigue and we had to drive fast enough so our emotions would not catch up with us. 238 more words