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Check out what has been most recently added in travelogues, tips and hints and other useful information about travel in Australia.  Use the links shown in blue as a short cut to these articles. 
 
You can now see some of our travel photos in full screen size on Flickr, with more photos being added progressively.
Travelogues for the start of our 2009 lap take us through the Pilbara to Carawine Gorge to the east of Marble Bar and our journey continues along the Gary Junction Road into the Northern Territory and on to Alice Springs. 

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Our 2009 journey through the Northern Territory takes us to Alice Springs to Tennant Creek and on to Mataranka, KatherinePine Creek, we explore Kakadu, Darwin and Litchfield National Park. We visit Adelaide River and Fenton Airfield.  Close we visitDouglas Hot Springs and Butterfly Gorge.  We travel to Borroloola and through the grassy plains of the Barkly Tablelands before heading into Queensland.   
All about using generators in National and State Parks - which parks and medical exemptions
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A visit to Mungo - see our travelogue on the fascinating Mungo National Park
 
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Our 2009 journey through Queensland commences with Camooweal and Lawn Hill, then spending a while at Mount IsaWe start our Dinosaur country experience at Boulia, in the centre of Min Min lights country, then head to Winton and Lark Quarry and Hughenden.  We visit Longreach and nearby Ilfracombe.  Continuing through Queensland we go to Blackall and Barcaldine then cross the Great Dividing Range to Emerald.  We turn south to Carnarvon Gorge and Mount Moffatt withn the Carnarvon National Park then travel on to Roma.

The Min Min Light Mystery Solved  Read first hand reports of Min Min light sightings and an authoritative scientific explanation; all of which have me convinced that the Min Min Light phenomenon is very real, and that most of the people I interviewed saw a genuine Min Min Light.  Have you seen the Min Min light?

From 2010 to 2014 we saw some our our back yard; the South West of Western Australia.  We commence with a visit to WalpoleDenmark and  Albany on the south coast. 
 
In 2012 we toured the Northern Wheatbelt
Changes to Obtaining Permits for the Canning Stock Route in Western Australia
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State by state details of requirements for Boat Registration and Skippers Ticket.  Also Recreational Fishing Licences.
See our latest Questions and Answers with latest topics covered including
   

    47  Where to go in Western Australia when the heat is on? 

 
    46  Do you need a big fridge to go camping in Australia?Can you manage without a fridge at all?
 
    45  How far between fuel outlets on the Savannah Way? 
 
    44a Do I need a UHF radio to travel around Australia?
    44b Which channel should I use when caravanning?
    44c Is 40 channel CB radio being discontinued?
 
     43 Where can I see a Pink Lake in Australia?
 
     42 Where can I find free camping in Darwin?
 
     41 Where canít I use my drone?  What are the laws?
 
     40How to contain water from an external shower
 
     39 How much money do I need to travel around Australia in a caravan?
 
     38 Do I need Do Not Overtake Turning Vehicle signs?
 
     37 Camping around Esperance and along the coast to Albany
 
     36 How far is it around Australia?
 
     35 Is there a directory of showgrounds that offer camping?  What can I expect at a showground?
 
     34 Where should be stay to visit Kings Canyon?
 
     33 Can I get one pass to visit all National Parks in Australia?
 
     32 The Great Central Road - camping and fuel
 
     31 Doing the Gibb River Road - fuel outlets and distances
   

     30 Best route from the Sunshine Coast to Broome with an off road caravan?

 
     29 Where can we camp between Katherine to Kununurra?
 
     28 West Macdonnells and on to Kings Canyon on the short cut (Mereenie Loop).   
 

     27 Where canít we carry alcohol in northern Queensland?

 

     26 Visiting Chamber's Pillar with a Prado and tent

 
     25 How much extra fuel will I need to carry to travel around Australia? 
 
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A unique feature found on Arkaroola is the Paralana Radioactive Hot Springs.  Is this a living example of the origin of life on Earth?   Paralana is one of the three most radioactive naturally occurring places in the world.
It is a bad bushfire season.  Where are the fires?  State by state links to Fires - Bushfire emergencies and alerts for each state
Wildflowers of the Western of Western Australia are being featured. 
Cape York Peninsula; all about permits, travelling with alcohol, where to stay or camp, and how to ge the very best information to make your Cape York experience a very special one.
Communications for travellers with hearing impairment has been added
Roadside Assist - comparing what each state's motoring organisations offer
How to keep warm in winter, and stay alive.  When are you at risk from carbon monoxide?
Our Travelogues featuring the Chapman Valley and Kalbarri National Park commence here
See the magnificent architecture and galleries at New Norcia in Western Australia.
An Index of articles has now been added.  A separate state by state Index of towns, parks and places visited is also included.
Crossing the Nullarbor?  Read about our trips across the Eyre Highway from Port Augusta in South Australia to Norseman in Western Australia.
Continuing our journey through Queensland, with recently loaded travelogues of the Darling Downs include Miles, Chinchilla, Warra,Dalby, Jondaryan Woolshed and Oakey Museum of Australian Army Flying.
We have been photographing fungi in the south west of Western Australia and these are being loaded to Fungi of Western Australia
Latest additions to Western Australian Travelogues include Albany and Denmark re-visited, Augusta, the Porongurup National Park, andMount Barker