The adventure begins

August 2006
Australian Parents;Aug/Sep2006, p88
The article discusses the author's experience taking a two-year trip around Australia with his family. They camped at Cathedral Rocks National Park, went to Tasmania and set tents on beaches, forests and rivers. The family had campfires every night and the children learned to find the Southern Cross and Orion's Belt in the night sky.


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