Life of a Van Wife – Our Road Wedding in 1770

Arriving at the beautiful seaside, laid back Agnes Waters a week before our special day, for a little pre honeymoon – as we liked to call it! Feeling totally relaxed exploring the beaches and swimming twice a day, adventuring barefoot on nature walks, spoiling ourselves with yummy takeaway restaurant food, while also being on the hunt to find “OUR” spot. …

Life of a Van Wife – One More Passenger…

I’m sure we’ve all heard the exciting news by now, mamas been busy baking on the road! Noo not chocolate chip cookies or a potato pie (although yum). We are expecting another little nomad BABY come April and I’m ever so thankful to be riding along this journey with my travelling family.  I have been planning the birth in my …

Life of a Van Wife – 4 weeks of Beaches & Creeks

August, 2020 We haven’t stopped being in awe at not only our current view but the fact that we’re finally here, finally living our dream – travelling full time on the road. North Stradie – We began our first official trip over to North Stradbroke Island with a couple mates. We’re already pretty minimised in our caravan so when we …

Life of a Van Wife – A Coastal Kept Secret

Only an hour and a half drive from Sunshine Coast, situated in Cooloola National Park with a very easy beach access. Drive along the beautiful Teewah Beach and you’ll arrive at this coastal kept secret – Double Island Point!  It’s a pretty amazing feeling knowing you can basically drive anywhere in Australia with a four wheel drive, to leave the …

Life of a Van Wife – The Final Prep

Our little home is still currently parked up, itching to get the wheels moving! In this current moment we’ve been hanging out at our friends place. We’ve been here for 6 or so weeks looking after her home and keeping her doggo company as she’s gone to Perth to be with her FIFO husband. It’s kind of worked out perfect …

Life of a Van Wife – Downsizing and Being Organised in a Caravan

Living in a caravan you really don’t have the space for unnecessary items. This encourages you to only use the things that you do have, look for ways to make do, and to reduce your belongings down to only what you really use. Seeing as you only have limited space in the van this also makes it tough to randomly …

Life of a Van Wife – Van Iso to Unit Iso

I’m coming to the realisation now that sadly, our dream trip will be put on pause. Right now just isn’t a good time to be travelling. April 20th was the date we chose. Our date for when we hit the road, instead we’re currently in our third week of isolation.Every day there’s an announcement of new regulations and every day …

Life of a Van Wife – This is us

We bought our 1978 Viscount Caravan early 2019. Funny story, she wasn’t even for sale. We were walking the block one sunny afternoon and came across this beauty of a van at the front of an elderly couple’s house. It took us roughly a week to finally get the courage to knock on their door and ask for a sneaky …