Trying to figure out if you can combine visiting national parks and travelling with a dog? Read on!
Since starting this blog we’ve been contacted by a number of people who are making preparations for their own similar trips and want to know how we’ve found the experience when it comes to national parks and other dog-unfriendly zones. (more…)
Just how much does it cost to travel Australia? That was a question we asked many times before setting off on our trip. Well, at the time of writing this we have been on the road for 109 days – about three and a half months – and we’ve spent approximately $10,400. This total accounts for every dollar that’s left our possession since departing home and includes all the usual costs (food, diesel, site fees etc) as well as our various insurances (health, caravan, car, pet) and even what we’ve spent on gifts. (more…)
Having Neddy with us is on our trip is beyond awesome – it just takes a bit of thought and preparation to make sure everything runs smoothly. We’ve found that the ‘cons’ of travelling Australia with a dog are more ‘considerations’ than actual negatives. (more…)
The pre-trip consensus from a lot of people was that travelling Australia with a dog would seriously limit our itinerary because we wouldn’t be able to go to national parks. Frankly, we’ve found that travelling-with-a-dog isn’t all that different to living-in-a-house-with-a-dog and we can honestly say that Neddy has enhanced rather than limited our travelling experiences. (more…)
After much consideration we have put together our suggested packing checklist for travelling Australia with a dog. Anyone thinking of doing a trip like ours can use this as a starting point. (more…)