Lost and Loving It
Travel life balance : Meet the Australian Travel Blogs set on inspiring you in 2019!

“THEN one day, our children were adults”. This heart hitting quote from our next guest posters, Our Wayfaring Life, continues to resonate with me deeply over and over again. Right there in that simple, yet well-versed sentence is the core of why WE travel with our young family. Life moves… Read more

Video: Travel with Kids to Desierto De Sal Bolivia

  The WORLD’S LARGEST MIRROR on a Uyuni Salt Flats tour is a must for any South America road trip. Whether you are a solo, couple or travel with kids, Desierto De Sal Bolivia will make you feel like you are experiencing, Heaven on Earth. Be mesmerized by the powerful… Read more

ROBS BLOG: Visiting Central Arnhem Land

 I would like to tell you a story about what I saw when we were specially invited to Gapuwiyak in Central Arnhem Land to meet an Aboriginal family.   It has been great meeting this family because their ancestors’ have lived in Central Arnhem Land. They are here for tens… Read more

Is this Queensland’s BEST FREE CAMP? Babinda, Queensland

Loaded with facilities that would make even some caravan parks blush; the Babinda Rotary Park free camping spots, must go on your Australian camping checklist.  In fact, we think this could be one of Queensland’s best free camp sites!     Watch our VIDEO below for a personal tour of the… Read more

$500 per week to SEE AUSTRALIA

  Looking for a budget comparison on how much it is to travel to Australia?  The perfect way to see Australia on a budget is to caravan, use free camping campsites and budget your holiday destinations.  In this blog post, we share with you how cheaply we can travel to… Read more

Homeschooling Kids- What about Socialization?

Since 2012, homeschooling has been a significant topic in Australia.  The rise in the number of parents considering homeschooling their children has also increased the most famous homeschooling question, “What about socialisation when you homeschool your children?”  As parents, we want what is best for our kids.  Socialisation skills, the… Read more

Byfields National Park and BIG SANDY Track information: Rockhampton

Captivating 360 degree views, easy and challenging four wheel drive tracks and rewarding crystal clear swimming holes; Byfield National Park near Rockhampton has it all. Byfields National Park is located 70 kilometres north of Rockhampton, Queensland – and I need to tell you, its one of favourites for this area!… Read more

WEEK 44 – CAPE ARNHEM, NT /// Exploring the best beaches, losing a drone & four wheel fun

The Yolgnu owns and occupies Arnhem Land in remote Northern Territory. The indigenous and first people of Australia and is only accessible by permissions.  It is here you will find Cape Arnhem, one of the most pristine and clear water beaches we have seen in our lives.  With nobody else… Read more

Lake Dunn, Queensland : An Oasis on your Australian Trip

Lake Dunn is the ideal camping and picnic spot on the famous Lake Dunn Sculpture Trail near Aramac and Barcaldine in Queensland.  Located at the half-way point of the 200km circuit, Lake Dunn is perfect for swimming, watersports, picnics and even has travellers facilities such as toilet and shower. A… Read more

INSPIRATION – 3 words to change YOUR world

  OUR STORY – OUR MOTTO New Years last year, the reality of settling for another year of the same old routine was starting to hit us like a ton of bricks! But, HOW could this be possible!?  We’d already taken a trip around Australia, and we were supposedly settling… Read more