H2O on the Go - Portable Affordable Desalination Using Reverse Osmsosis

  • Posted on: 17 January 2015
  • By: Pete and Jo

H2O on the Go We have been living on the road full time for just on 4 years now and out of all our purchases our reverse osmosis system is one of the best and most used purchases we have ever made. As avid free/budget campers it has allowed us to stay everywhere we go longer.

Anyone who has done any free/budget camping or caravanning in Australia will have to agree that water is the main thing that decides how long you can stay, either that or you need to make trips back and forth to the nearest town to fill jerry cans with water, which often needs to be paid for along with the fuel cost and time driving back and forward to town.

Ningaloo Station

  • Posted on: 30 August 2014
  • By: Joanne

Ningaloo StationNingaloo Station is a sheep station, of approximately 50,000 hectares (123,553 acres), located in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia about 40 km North of Coral Bay. The Station has been in operation since 1919 and has been run by the Lefroy family since 1934.

We spent 14 weeks at Ningaloo Station between April and August 2014. I know 14 weeks is a long time to spend in one place but the main reason we decided to stay so long was because we were a bit worried that it may be our last opportunity, ever, to stay in this pristine paradise.

Life on the road - back on the road at last!

  • Posted on: 6 April 2014
  • By: Pete and Jo


Finally at long last we are back on the road again, except for weekenders we have been pretty much parked up since we got back last year, about 5 months. We stopped for a variety of reason, our son got married, our grand children's first Christmas, and to carry out repairs and maintenance on the truck.

Last year was our first year on the road and it was a bit of a learning curve, most things worked great others no so great, and as usual we took too much stuff.