Atherton Tablelands

Waterfall Wandering Atherton Tablelands 2 days, 8 waterfalls, 18.3km of walking, 25,263 steps with 283 leeches and 596,206 horse flies, all in the name of research for you guys. Our beloved Ausventurians. WE ARE HERE The Atherton Tablelands are well known for a few things. It’s a beautiful lush getaway, where there’s misty mountaintops and…

Daintree

Daintree The Kingdom WE ARE HERE Once upon a time, in an ancient land along the north eastern coast of Australia, a young girl and boy entered the kingdom of the Daintree. It had been here long before the young couple had lived, and they hoped for long after they were gone. It was a…

Leaving The Cape – part II

CREB track to Farewell Cape York.. …hello East Coast winds! WE ARE HERE After completing the Frenchman’s track with flying colours we continued to head south down the development road. A quick stop at our favourite camp north of Coen on the river for a ‘shower’ and relax away from the corrugations, then onto Musgrave…

Leaving The Cape

Saying goodbye to The Cape …but the Ausventure’s not over yet! We’d made it all the way to the top of Cape York, but there was still heaps to see and do on our way back down. Plenty more dirt, dust and 4WDing to do, with some great camping along the way. FRENCHMANS TRACK After…

Our Jeep

Our Jeep Wrangler 2013 4-door auto 3.6 WE ARE HERE Love it or hate it the Jeep is something everyone likes to talk about. Travelling round Oz we spoke to those who hate them, want one, actually have one, or had one and it broke. It certainly helped us stand out from the crowd and…

Hit the off road again!

Hit the off road again! For many good reasons, it’s time to explore Australia for the first time – or again.By Michael Browning State by state, region by region, road by off-road, Australia is awakening from its enforced Coronavirus travel slumber. There is no universal advice yet, but it’s fairly safe to say that by…

Tip of Cape York

Pajinka Tip of Cape York Cape York seemed like the ultimate test of the Jeep, Tvan and all that we had learnt over the past year travelling Oz. We’d left Victoria with bright wide eyes full of freedom, and not a lot of 4WD experience under our belts. But that was ok, we were all…

Burra to Home

Burra to Home Author: Natasha Zosko All things must come to an end, and our penultimate destination in South Australia was the delightful and quirky heritage town of Burra, founded on copper mining and now a tourist draw card. WE ARE HERE Thanks to mining, Burra was Australia’s largest inland town in 1851. The township…