Interviews with celebrities who still prefer tents and caravans to five-star resorts, chats with campers looking after the environment in their own special way and stories from interesting folk travelling around Australia.

Celebrity Camper: Joy McKean

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 ... [Read More]
May 8, 2017

Celebrity Camper: John Williamson

John Williamson has penned several of Australia’s classic bush songs, sold millions of albums and also used his fame to fight for environmental causes. Williamson grew up in Victoria’s Mallee region, although his family later moved to the Moree ... [Read More]
May 8, 2017

Celebrity Camper: Baz Luhrmann

If you’ve seen Baz Luhrmann walking down the red carpet in Hollywood, it’s almost hard to imagine the celebrated movie director grew up in a small NSW country town and had bush skills instilled at an early age. Baz recalls a busy a busy ... [Read More]
May 8, 2017

Celebrity Camper: Barry ‘Baz’ Du Bois

Barry ‘Baz’ Du Bois co-hosts The Living Room with Amanda Keller, Miguel Maestre and Dr Chris Brown, on Channel Ten. Where did you go for camping holidays when you were young? Dad, Mum, my brother, sister and I used to camp in a tent for ... [Read More]
May 8, 2017

Celebrity Camper: Jack Thompson

Jack is Australia’s quintessential ‘good bloke’ actor - admired by men and women-alike, always relied upon to play the iconic laconic bush character in a way no other actor could. He shot to international fame playing the defence lawyer in ... [Read More]
May 8, 2017

Celebrity Camper: Peter Garrett

Hitting the road again Peter Garrett is looking forward to spending more time in the bush now life as a Federal MP has come to an end. Whatever you might have thought of his time in Canberra, there’s no denying this giant man has left his ... [Read More]
May 8, 2017

Celebrity Camper: Jessica Watson

  Jessica Watson stopped the nation on May 15 2010 when she sailed into Sydney  Harbour after sailing unassisted around the world, becoming the youngest person to do so. Since that epic journey, Queensland born and raised Jessica has ... [Read More]
May 8, 2017

Celebrity Camper: Wendy Harmer

The Accidental Grey Nomad Wendy Harmer is best known as one of the greats of Australian comedy, although her ‘funny girl’ reputation possibly outshine what has been a truly remarkable career. Wendy started out as a journalist, broke into ... [Read More]
May 8, 2017

Celebrity Camper: Andrew McFarlane

Andrew McFarlane has been a star of Australian television since he first appeared in the action-packed detective series Homicide in 1972. He became a household name thanks to his role as eldest son John in the hit series The Sullivans.   The show ... [Read More]
May 8, 2017

Celebrity Camper: Emma Watkins, the Yellow Wiggle

Born in 1989, the newest member of Australia’s most successful entertainment act was only three years old when the group first started performing. At age four Emma Watkins was already learning classical ballet and remembers going to see the ... [Read More]
May 6, 2017