On The Road - December 2000
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PLACES TO GO
Coffin Bay’s beauty
This little town in SA is really special and offers secluded bays and unspoilt beaches.
34 Lane Cove, Sydney’s Bush
A peaceful and scenic rest area that’s an easy day trip for a picnic for Sydney people.
Glimpses of the Glenelg
Heather Farish visits one of Victoria’s favorite getaway spots where the fish is great and the bush is beautiful.
Boroma caravans are made in Australia but Peter Hammond finds that they
have European style.
The boat that became a caravan
for some luggage that will look good in a five-star hotel and act as a
backpack too? We found some, and lots of other great products as well.
Great Christmas gifts
The trip that went wrong
Have you ever had a trip where nothing went right. Two readers share their tale of woe.
36 The longest eight seconds
John Denman looks at the spectacular sport of rodeo-riding and provides a list of events travellers can attend.
Trees worth hugging
Ball provides some fascinating facts and photographs that will make us see
the Eucalypt in a different light.
Confessions of a bush cook
John Denman tells how he progressed from baked beans to a gourmet stew. And he provides a great recipe as well.
Win a portable emailer
have 25 of these remarkable email senders and receivers to give readers.
They work anywhere for the cost of a local call.
New Mitsubishi 4WD Challenger
Revenge of the toad fish
our readers help somebody get his head shaved to raise money for cancer
victims. We would indeed.
Aussie Cross Quiz