Back in the 1960s he was a pop star as big as they come. With hits like Que Sera Sera and Shakin All Over, Normie Rowe ruled the Top 40 charts until he was conscripted to go to Vietnam in 1968 and his singing career went on hold.
After serving ...
The Adam Eckersley Band is one to watch.
Already a huge success on the live touring circuit, the Central Coast five-piece is set to become a household name.
If their first album, appropriately titled The First Album, were an appetiser for the ...
Frankie J Holden and Michelle Pettigrove have been familiar faces on our TV screens for decades, playing memorable roles in some of the most popular dramas and soapies.
Shows like A Country Practice, Home and Away, Something in the Air and A ...
Seven-time surfing world champion surfer Layne Beachley has flown the flag for Australia at countless international events, inspiring a whole new generation of young athletes.
While officially now in retirement, Layne shows no signs of slowing ...
With nine Golden Guitars and two ARIA Awards under their belts, The McClymonts are one of the most popular country music groups in Australia. Although life in the spotlight is fun, the sisters do like to escape from it all now and then.
3. Did you camp in a caravan or a tent?
Tents were normally the choice, caravanning was seen to be a lot more luxurious and would come in later years.
4. Tell us about some of your favourite camping memories.
My favourite camping experience ...
Brooke Hanson is one of Australia’s best known campers as the co-host of the Nine Network’s long running Discover Downunder travel show.
She first shot to fame in 1994 Commonwealth Games and served for 13 years in Australia’s swim team ...
Working Class Man and his glam caravans
Jimmy Barnes is one of Australia’s most successful music artists of all time. He also happens to be an avid camper and vintage caravan enthusiast.
We caught up with Barnsey recently in the garden of ...
Craig Foster is one of the most prominent sports journalists in Australia, presenting the nightly sports report on SBS World News.
Thanks to his success on the soccer field, he would have to be one of Lismore’s best-known exports. A career In ...
By Phill Terry
Joy McKean is perhaps best known as the life-long partner of Australian music legend Slim Dusty, although she was already a successful and established entertainer even before they met. In the early 1950s when radio was king and ...