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Adventures On The Road
19 minutes | 3 months ago
Travelling with Pets
Welcome to Episode 32 and the first of 2021, this month we chat to the RSPCA about Travelling with Pets.As Pets are now such a part of our family, we thought a few basics for anyone who is new to pets on the road, might be helpful.
1 minutes | 5 months ago
Merry Christmas | Border Updates & Ranger Nicks' Christmas Recipe
Hi Everyone take two and welcome back to the Adventures On The Road Podcast, the last for 2020, and as usual proudly brought to you by Overedger Outdoors.Check out the Overedger Pack to make your camping a breeze. If you would like to know more about it have a listen to EP26.In our last episode for the year, we are just doing a short wrap up of any remaining border restrictions, and a Christmas recipe from Ranger NickWhilst travel is now allowed domestically, there are still some states requiring border passes to be filled in prior to travel. We have compiled this list as per the State Government websites, however please use the links provided both in the show notes and our website, to check the current requirements.As at 15 Dec 2020Qld borders open to all of Australia, no permits requiredEntry into NSW- borders open to all, no permits requiredEntry into Victoria - no permits required, however, see COVID Safe Summer restrictions, as there still are requirements for facemasks and other limits based on your activity.Entry into the ACT - no permits are currently requiredEntry into NT requires a Permit, border entry must be filled out online no more than 7 days before entry by anyone entering.Entry into SA Cross Border travel registration required by each personEntry to Tas - Every traveller must register their details through the Tas-e-Travel systemEntry to WA - All persons must complete a G2G passEntry to Norfolk Island All persons must complete an Entry pass 24 to 72 hrs prior to their flight.Please remember folks these restrictions are subject to change at any time, so as we said, check the websites linked for up-to-the-minute advice.See the show notes or our website episode page EP 31We will be back bigger and better next year with some exciting news early on.2020 has been horrendous for the travel tourism and hospitality industries, so we need to do our best to get out and travel domestically and support the towns, operators, accommodation, and help start 2021 with some much-needed love for the local industries.To our various sponsors and our great guests through-out the year, thank-you you make this possible and great fun.To you, thanks for listening, your loyal support, keeps us inspired to make it bigger and better, so please tell your friends about us.May you have a safe and happy Christmas period and a great New Years' celebration, and we look forward to entertaining, informing, and educating you again in 2021.Until next month, I'm Shane have a safe journey everyone.
37 minutes | 6 months ago
Australia's Longest Short-Cut | The Outback Way | Pt 2
Hi Everyone and welcome back to the podcast, proudly brought to you by Overedger Outdoors. Check out the Overedger Pack to make your camping a breeze. If you would like to know more about it have a listen to EP26.This episode we hear Part 2 about the Outback Way, otherwise known as Australia's longest short-cut from Laverton in WA thru the Northern Territory to Winton in Qld.We chat with Helen Lewis from the The Outback Highway Development Council and also the Outback Way podcast,Part 2 sees us travel from the N.T thru to Winton.
24 minutes | 7 months ago
Curry by the Camp fire | with Ranger Nick
Hi Everyone and welcome back to the podcast, In Episode 29, we check back in with Ranger Nick at home. This time we talk flavoursome curries in the camp oven. We are proudly. brought to you by Overedger Outdoors. Check out the Overedger Pack to make your camping a breeze. If you would like to know more about it have a listen to EP26.
28 minutes | 8 months ago
Australia's Longest Short-Cut | The Outback Way | Pt 1
Hi Everyone and welcome back to the podcast, proudly brought to you by Overedger Outdoors. Check out the Overedger Pack to make your camping a breeze. If you would like to know more about it have a listen to EP26.This episode we hear all about the Outback Way, otherwise known as Australia's longest short-cut from Laverton in WA thru the Northern Territory to Winton in Qld.We chat with Helen Lewis from the The Outback Highway Development Council and also the Outback Way podcast,We will do this in two parts, starting in Laverton this episode. So if you want to know more about what to see and where to stay, along the way, these 2 episodes are for you.
36 minutes | 9 months ago
Jumpers n Jazz in July | Warwick
Hi Everyone and welcome back to the Adventures On the Road podcast, proudly brought to you by Overedger Outdoors. Check out the Overedger Pack to make your camping a breeze. If you would like to know more about it have a listen to EP26. In this episode we chat with the crew from Jumpers and Jazz in July which like some many other festivals was cancelled this year and how they are preparing for the come back festival in 2021. We also chat with some of the local business that are normally part of the festival and what they have to offer right now to anyone travelling around Qld.Do you know that you can listen to podcasts on Spotify! Just search for Adventures on the Road or use the link in the show notes.Well that's it for this episode, thanks again to Overedger Outdoors for their support, find them at overedger.com.au, And if you are interested , get a discount code in EP 26, please stay safe and happy. Until next month, I'm Shane have a Safe Journey everyone.Show Sponsor | Overedger OutdoorsShow Edited and Produced by | SJA Media
16 minutes | 10 months ago
Season 2 begins | Overedger Product Review
Hi Everyone and welcome back to the Adventures on the Road podcast Episode 1 Season 2. So much has happened or not happened in the world of travel both here in Australia and around the world, due to the Covid pandemic. Now with several states easing restrictions we are able to travel around our own state region or visit some other states with certain conditions. Our best wishes to the state of Victoria which at the time of recording are back to lock down .On a brighter note it's so important that we get out and about supporting all the various business in the tourism industry including cafes, caravan parks, pubs and regional towns.This is a slightly different episode to kick off the 2nd half of 2020, as we told you we have a brand new sponsor, Overedger Outdoors who has a great product. But we want to introduce the Aussie story behind the product, as it is now important more than ever, we support local Australian businesses. I meet Bevan at a local pitch night where a start-up program for entrepreneurs was being run, that was 18 months or so ago, we hit it off with so much in common. Fast forward to now and Bevan reached back out to us and here we are, happy to get the word out. Hope you enjoy the journey of the business and product and if you need a new way to store all that kitchen stuff! check it out.Well that's it for the first episode of Season 2 of AOTR, all be it slightly shorter than normal . Thank you for returning if you have been with us through season 1 and if you are new welcome, we hope to bring you great places to visit, stay eat and play along with camp cooking , tips and tricks as we get back to the new normal. Until then take care I'm Shane have a Safe Journey everyone.Produced and edited by | SJA Media Services
18 minutes | a year ago
Season Wrap Up | Southern Queensland Country
Hi Everyone and welcome to the Adventures on the Road Podcast. Proudly brought to by Overedger a great new product for those enjoining the camping lifestyle, more on this product next episode 1st July and we will have a special offer for our listeners. Well we are starting to see the light at the end of tunnel call Covid 19. It has been a very time for all of us involved in the caravanning and camping industry. With no one allowed to travel many businesses have gone through a long period of zero income. We have even missed out on our annual trip to state caravanning and camping shows. where we do research on where to travel to next and what's new in the way of vans and equipment. We all know its going to be awhile before we can travel overseas,so now is a good time to do as much domestic travel as we can visit places that we have not been to before and may be some of our favourite places along the way. Now more than ever it is time to travel, shop and support as many businesses in our local regions and state. If you are having trouble with where to go I suggest you visit your states Caravanning Associations website for some ideas also check out the websites of regional tourism groups. And some of park chains have some great information on their website like Family Parks, Big 4, Kuwi Discovery Parks, and Holiday Parks Down Under or you can also listen to some of our previous episodes to get some ideas of places to visit. I do highly recommend that you plan your trip at the moment and phone ahead and book your accommodation stays so you are not disappointed or find that some places may still not be open or are operating under certain restrictions or conditions. We will put some links in the show notes however it will not complete as there are so many. Next I have a chat to Peter Homan the CEO of Southern Qld Country Tourism with some suggestions on what there is to see and do in the region, so if your planning a trip to Western Qld there is plenty to do along the way.Links for Destinations and Travel Advice |https://caravanwa.com.auhttps://caravantasmania.com.auhttps://vicparks.com.auhttps://www.caravanandcampingsa.com.au/http://www.sa-parks.com.au/http://cciansw.com.auhttp://familyparks.com.auhttp://discoveryholidayparks.com.auhttp://kuiparks.com.auhttp://big4.com.auhttp://holidayparksdownunder.com.auhttps://www.wa.gov.au/organisation/department-of-the-premier-and-cabinet/covid-19-coronavirus-travel-advicehttps://www.covid-19.sa.gov.au/restrictions-and-responsibilities/travel-restrictionshttps://coronavirus.nt.gov.au/roadmap-new-normal#/stage_2_friday_15_may_currenthttps://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/what-you-can-and-cant-do-under-rules#travelhttps://coronavirus.tas.gov.au/families-community/roadmap-to-recoveryhttps://www.covid19.act.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0007/1551778/CV_Roadmap_Recovery-plan_ease-of-restrictions_0.4.1.pdf
26 minutes | a year ago
At home with Ranger Nick
In Episode 24 during Covid 19 isolation, we hangout via the air-waves with Ranger Nick at home. We talk a Covid 19 soup, camp oven maintenance and a few recipes and have a heap of fun.
3 minutes | a year ago
UPDATE - State by State Caravan & Camping Travel Restrictions
Episode 23 Podcast will now be limited to monthly on the 15th.Hear the new Camping and Caravanning Restrictions State breakdown as at 25 March 2020.
21 minutes | a year ago
Copeton Dam and Life Fulltime on the Road
In Episode 22 of Adventures on the Road podcast, we find out about Inverell's name and staying at Copeton Dam, talk full time travel tips and personal discovery with the Daly trippers.Show Sponsors | Inverell Shire - Fossicking in InverellShow Partner | On the Road MagazineShow Supporter | The Daly Trippers
24 minutes | a year ago
Katherine, Arnhem Land and Bush Poetry
Welcome to Episode 21, we chat Katherine Gorge, Arnhem Land and travelling across the top of the NT with Glen Watts from Barefoot Fishing Safaris, and have a bit more fun with Ranger Nick, talking recipes and bush poetry. We are proudly partnered by on the Road magazine, March/April edition on Sale NowPartner | On The Road MagazineShow Participants | Barefoot Fishing Safaris | Ranger Nick Celebrity Bush CookSee our Episode page for links to places mentioned in the podcast. | Adventures On The Road Podcast
26 minutes | a year ago
Top Secret WWII Tour & Fossicking in Inverell
In Episode 20, we learn about what was Top Secret WWII operations, based in Charleville, QLD between 1942 and 1946. We meet the Daly Trippers kids for a quick chat, and Peter is back talking that most popular and addictive pastime fossicking. Famous for sapphires, we learn there are plenty of other stones in the Inverell area.Show Sponsors | Experience Charleville - Top Secret WWII Tour | Inverell Shire - Fossicking in InverellShow Partner | On the Road MagazineFind out more about this and other Episodes here
29 minutes | a year ago
Prime Tourist Park Lakes Entrance, The Crack Up Sisters and The Daly Trippers
Hi Folks and welcome to Ep 19 of Adventures on the Road…its February alreadyIn this episode we talk to Prime Tourist Park in Lakes Entrance Victoria, bushfires, being back OPEN, what that area has to offer the tourist, The Daly trippers are one month into their lap and we find out how they are adjusting to life on the road. We also chat with one of the Crack up Sisters, some of you may have seen them at various events around the countryWe are proudly partnered by on the Road magazine, next edition out Feb 27th.Before we start, I just want to let people know that the BRB now has a ticket reselling facility so jump on the bigredbash.com.au to find out the details, now lets’ get on the road.Adventures on the RoadSponsors | On The Road MagazineSegments| The Prime Tourist Park The Crack Up Sisters The Daly Trippers
22 minutes | a year ago
The Apple and Grape Harvest Festival
Welcome to Episode 18, we are off to the Apple and Grape Harvest Festival on in early March 2020. We chat Silo Art again, Gunnedah in NSW, Tumby Bay in SA and Thallon in QLD, all superb artworks with so much colour.So foodies, lovers of photography, art and of course wine settle in for 20 minutes of adventures you can put on this years list.Adventures on the RoadSponsors | On The Road MagazineSegments| Apple and Grape Harvest Festival Australian Silo Art Trail
28 minutes | a year ago
The Qld College of Wine Tourism
Happy New Year everyone!The Qld College of Wine Tourism kicks off Episode 17 and 2020. We visit Stanthorpe and go to wine school, finish our introduction to the Daly Trippers and chat to Ranger Nick about his first cookbook.
19 minutes | a year ago
Visit Unspoilt Inverell, and meet the Daly Trippers
In Episode 16, the lucky last for 2019, we find out about Inverell in NSW. The large Motor museum, the Historical village, National parks, caravan parks, and places to eat, all get covered in an interesting chat. We also meet the Daly Trippers. Steve Niki, and their 2 girls, 6 and 8. They have just sold the house downsized to the van and are hitting the road. Hear their incite into getting prepared.Episode Sponsor | Inverell Shire CouncilLearn more about what you do in Inverell | Website
21 minutes | a year ago
Australian Silo Art Trail
Episode 15 sees us talk to a Australian Art Silo trail dedicated enthusiast Annette Green, Ranger Nick is back to talk camp oven cooking, pumpkin scone damper and we chat to the Country Style Caravan Park.
30 minutes | a year ago
Heritage Estate Wines and Darwin Do's!
In Episode 14, we drink wine at Stanthorpe's Heritage Estate, and talk with owner Rob about why they keep winning awards. “Watty” from Barefoot Fishing Safaris is back sharing his knowledge about what to do in and around Darwin. And we continue our series about buying a second-hand van, a must hear for those doing it for the first time.Show Sponsor| A-Van2hireNeed to hire a Van for a trip away, or even try before you buy, contact these guys. Supporters | On the Road Magazine| What's Up Downunder | Family Parks | Wots On In Qld
30 minutes | 2 years ago
Cobbold Gorges' Glass Bridge and the Christmas Farm!
In Episode 13 hear about the new glass bridge built across Cobbold Gorge, stand above the famous Gorge, and take in the magnificent view. We talk how it got there, what it weighs, Shane's fear of heights and how you now get to go to "the other-side". Also a treat for those who just "love Christmas", we visit the Granite Belt Christmas Farm, in Stanthorpe, where you can pick your very own REAL Christmas tree from the farm. Hear all about when and why you should visit in the lead up to Christmas. We also hear again from Aussie larrikin Ranger Nick, his world record attempt involving damper, and his story about camping in the snow.Show Sponsor | A-Van2hireNeed to hire a Van for a trip away, or even try before you buy, contact these guys.Episode Sponsor | Cobbold GorgeSee video's of the opening and spectacular pictures on our websiteShow Supporters | On the Road Magazine| What's Up Downunder | Family Parks| Wots On In Qld | Thermal Cookware
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