Expander Peg Competition.

Today we are announcing our first ever competition. You have the chance to score for yourself a 6 piece set of expander pegs. 1362868733.jpg We are going to give away a set of these to five lucky followers of our blog.

The pack consists of two of each size that the expander pegs come in – 2 x 25cm, 2 x 30cm and 2 x 35cm. Expander Pegs Perfect for pegging down each end of your caravan awning.  You will have three different sizes to use dependent on soil type of weather conditions.

25 cm Expander Peg – Ideal for Small to Medium Tents in firm substrates

30 cm Expander Peg – Suitable for Medium to Large Tents in Firm Substrates or Small to Medium in Loose Substrates ( Sand, Silt etc.. )

35 cm Expander Peg – Ideal for Medium to Large Tents in Loose substrates ( Sand, Silt etc.. ) Maximum Depth Penetration

When you get a set of these expander pegs you will never need to be concerned again about pegs coming out of the ground when the wind picks up. We’ve been using these pegs for awhile now and in fact we replaced all our old pegs with the expander pegs.

I’ve never needed to pack up our awning in strong winds since as the pegs just don’t move.  They stay in the ground every time.

You can see the review I did awhile ago about these pegs.

All you need to do is be following our blog and add your details below by the 15th December so we can get them out to you by Christmas.

Don’t forget you must also be following our blog to be included in the random draw. There is a button at the top right hand side of our HOME page to follow us.

We wont use your details for anything but to contact you if you win and send out your prize.

Expander pegs have donated the pegs for this competition.  We love their product and are more than happy to spread the word.


Warburton’s Bridge

Warburton’s Bridge just out of Castlemaine in Victoria is fast becoming our quick trip away from home, free camping destination.

It’s just over an hour from home and we can get there two ways one being basically freeway (Calder Freeway) all the way.  It’s a great spot (I shouldn’t be telling you this) that is well setup with great firepits and even a brand new drop toilet.

Its close to Daylesford and Castlemaine if you need supplies and is a very relaxing spot along the Loddon River.  The camping area is in a gully with tall gums all round.

Just last weekend we went away with some friends for a couple of nights and had a ball. Sometimes free camping with great people is all you need.

Work Travel

I’ve been traveling a lot lately. In fact right now I am sitting in an airport waiting to fly out. Problem is its for work and not hitching up the caravan.

I’ve been doing a heap of work travel over the last few months. On our way back from Birdsville work called me and needed me to be in Sydney on my first day back.

It’s not all its cracked up to be. Living in a suitcase away from family is nowhere near like the expanse of a caravan, parked in the bush with the kids running around.

Never fear. School holidays are in a week. I’m taking one week off and may take the girls to the beach for a couple of days. If that doesn’t happen we have organized a get together with friends in October. A heap of caravans and campers at Warburton’s Bridge.

I can’t wait.

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