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WANDERING HOME BLOG

The Kimberley Part 1 - Broome

The Kimberley Part 1 - Broome

We gave ourselves four days to drive from Perth to Broome, and twelve days later we made it. I am, however, very pleased to tell you that the cause of...

Vanlife Essentials Q & A

Vanlife Essentials Q & A

A week ago I asked if anyone had any questions about Vanlife... and I definitely wasn't expecting quite so many questions! :) I loved them, and thank you all for...

Karijini - The Land Before Time

Karijini - The Land Before Time

We’d never heard of Karijini before, but as soon as we started working our way up the WA coastline, locals started asking us; “are you going to Karijini?”. Karen who?...

The Ningaloo Coast - Coral Bay & Exmouth

The Ningaloo Coast - Coral Bay & Exmouth

It was a wet, windy, wintry night in Perth when Katie, my fourteen year old sister, landed after flying over from Adelaide to spend her school holidays living the vanlife...

Crossing The Nullarbor & Idyllic Esperance

Crossing The Nullarbor & Idyllic Esperance

  So long South Oz…  With a good playlist and two seasons of the Serial podcast downloaded, we started the 1256 kilometre drive across The Nullarbor. If you aren’t familiar...

Tasmania - East Coast 💦 Part 2

Tasmania - East Coast 💦 Part 2

And… it just keeps getting better. As we moved up the coastline, each bend in the road or hill we drove over brought a new horizon that seemed even more...

Tasmania - East Coast   🚌   Part 1

Tasmania - East Coast 🚌 Part 1

For me, trips like this are imperative. My soul craves adventure, my mind craves quiet, and my heart craves deeper connections with the people around me, and with the world...