The Crush Festival is more than just celebrating wine. Welcoming 15,000 people each year, it combines all the best aspects of Adelaide Hills, including fashion, art, music and food. Bringing together people from all different ages and backgrounds, the festival emphasises the community’s cultural achievements. Crush Festival is on in the Adelaide Hills from Friday 26th January to Sunday 28th January 2018. Read more in the bio.
Our current camp spot will be hard to beat! With views like this to wake up to it will be hard to leave! Rapid Bay Camp ground is a low cost, at only $7 per adult and $3.50 for under 8’s! We were lucky and got a spot beachfront by rocking up early as others were leaving. Plenty of beach space with no shells but beautiful rocks, amazing colours in the water, jetty, fishing and surrounded by mountainside. Up there with our favs so far! #ocean #oceansidebeach #beachlife #colour
Doesn’t get more Australian than that. 💛🇦🇺
wandering as a family allows us to get lost but find each other ... #yamba
it’s not just water and sand to us it’s a free happy bucket filling oasis ☼ #tallebudgera
Terrigal rockpool...such a beautiful spot.
This incredible spot is just a few minutes walk from Terrigal Sails, the perfect place to stay during your Central Coast getaway. .
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Our current camp spot is Rapid Bay SA and it is beautiful! We have a beachfront camp spot (got lucky as you cannot book, just rock up) at the Rapid Bay Camp grounds where you need to be self contained, and get to wake up to this over the next few days! We work in the mornings and then play in the afternoons! #travellingfamily #worktravellife #grateful #rapidbay
Lucky she was wearing a helmet 😌 Our social feed often looks happy, but truth is 50% of the time it's like this, screaming kids.... 😒.
Love how they’ve done up the Ocean Baths at Newcastle Beach water + blue sky = perfect day
6/10 „As I began to love myself I freed myself of anything that is no good for my health – food, people, things, situations, and everything that drew me down and away from myself. At first I called this attitude a healthy egoism. Today I know it is LOVE OF ONESELF.“
, you were a little gem of a place for an animal lover. From seeing #wallaby
, giant spiders, a wild #cassowary
to staying in a place which had its own beehive and chickens... It was such a wonderful place.