7 camping tips for beginner campers

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  A great camping adventure starts with good planning and preparation. You’re away from home and your normal daily comforts and you’ll be sleeping in the outdoors, dealing with whatever the weather may bring. Don’t expect to become an expert camper in a hurry, it takes a little bit of trial and error to create  … Read more

Our favourite food and drink recipes for camping in winter

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  Do you love camping in the cold weather? We do, but to make it an enjoyable experience, staying warm and cosy is essential. And there’s nothing quite like a delicious belly-warming meal and beverage around a fire to make camping an experience to be remembered. We’ve compiled our favourite camping recipes right here that  … Read more

Mindfulness and nature – why nature boosts your mental health

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  Mindfulness is about living in the present moment. It is a mental state where you bring your attention back to the present, focussing on each moment to moment. The technique of developing mindfulness will help you to build powers of focus and concentration, and the more you do it, the better you get. Practising  … Read more

Autumn/Winter 2023 events in Kingston, Robe and the Limestone Coast

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  Have you started planning your winter adventures yet? Think about the Limestone Coast, there is plenty happening here! Our region is host to a range of events and festivals throughout autumn and winter that are ideal for all ages. Whether you’re into food, wine, music, the arts or religious festivals, there is something for  … Read more

Easter Long Weekend 2023 – What’s On in Kingston SE?

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  Thinking of visiting the stunning Limestone Coast this Easter Long Weekend? There’s plenty happening for all ages. Music, festivals, pizza nights and our annual Maria Creek Duck Race to name a few. Here’s a list of events over the Easter Long Weekend, 2023.   Kingston SE Lions Club, Maria Creek Easter Duck Classic –  … Read more

How to save water when campaign and caravanning

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  At home the average Australian consumes about 200 litres of water per day for drinking, showering, in the loo, and for general cleaning. But when you’re camping and caravanning, you can only take a limited amount. About 5 litres per person per day will give you enough water for everything you need and won’t  … Read more

5 ways to store water safely when travelling

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  Having enough water and storing your water supply safely on your camping and caravanning travels is a must. You don’t realise how much you rely on water until you run out. And you don’t want that to happen in the middle of nowhere! You need water for drinking, cooking, cleaning, showering, washing clothes, and  … Read more

Events in Kingston SE – Summer holidays 2022-2023

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  Summer has been a little slow in arriving this year but it is now well and truly here. And Kingston has lots of events for all ages throughout December 2022 and January 2023.   2022 Mayoral Christmas Parade and Family Evening – Friday December 16, 2022 Every year our much anticipated Christmas Parade brings  … Read more

Tour like the locals – Chad and Kristy’s tips to enjoy Kingston SE

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  When in Rome, do as the Romans do. When in Kingston SE, tour like the locals! If you enjoy camping, fishing, boating, or walks in nature, then read on for Chad and Kirsty’s tips who have been managers of the Kingston Foreshore Caravan Park for many years. They were raised in the area and familiar  … Read more