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Casey Hawkins
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Creative type with an undying curiosity to walk in the shoes of others
Creative type with an undying curiosity to walk in the shoes of others

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Why Coober Pedy Should Be at the Top of Your Travel Bucket List
Coober Pedy is the hidden gem of Australia, quite literally.
It’s where miners come to make their millions from striking opal and the
residents live in underground dugouts. The people are rich in character,
culture and occasionally money. Find out why Coobe...
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7 Best Places to Stop Between Adelaide and Coober Pedy
The drive from Adelaide to Uluru is a long dusty one. But there are plenty of places worth stopping in to break up the drive and learn a thing or two about the region's history. Here are five places I visited which are well worth staring on your map.  1. Mo...
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Have You Heard About the “Intentional Community” in South Australia?
A few months ago I wrote a poem expressing feelings of
frustration towards city life, which you can read below. Most people who read it
on Facebook were in agreeance with my gripes, although a few suggested my
perspective was damning. A friendly stranger co...
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Celebrating Over 12 Months and 20,000 Kilometres of Van Life Around Australia
Van life equals freedom. I’m not just talking about the
freedom to physically move from place to place, but the mental cleanliness to
go without feeling like you’ve left something behind. Over the past 12 months,
I’ve realised how little I need to get by, a...
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My Review of the Art Silo Trail in Rural Victoria
The Art Silo Trail is situated in the grain production
capital of Australia, where the towns are few and far between. Everywhere you
look there are drab concrete silos used to store wheat and barley. Before
artists were commissioned to paint on the silos, t...
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How to Spend a Day in Grampians National Park
Several of my fit, active friends have mentioned visiting the Grampians over the years. I figured it was time to check out why it's such a popular destination among Victorians. Nate and I based ourselves in Hall's Gap for 48 hours and here's what we found. ...
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The Most Unique Places to Stay for a City Getaway - Rural Victoria
We've travelled across rural Victoria in search of the most unique accomodation providers, and boy did we find some rippers! We're confident each of these city getaways would make you say "Wow!" for a variety of reasons.  Mi ra Mira Fantasy Accommodation Cr...
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The Best Photographic Landscapes Along the Great Ocean Road
Some of Australia’s most scenic landscapes are situated in
Great Otway National Park and along the Great Ocean Road. Our day trip began in
Forrest (surrounded by forestry) and ended in a large coastal town called
Warrnambool. Inland from The Great
Ocean Roa...
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The Perfect Weekend Away on the Mornington Peninsula
This trip to the Mornington Peninsula, the area in which I
grew up, reminded me there’s always new things to see and learn, regardless of
how long you’ve called the place home. Travel time : 1
hour drive from Melbourne CBD to Mt. Eliza (the beginning of the...
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