The Bungle Bungles are a unique rock formation about 5 hours drive from our home town. Last week we took my parents camping there for a few days. Our family generally prefer to camp in the bush by ourselves, but in order to walk through the Bungles we camped in a campsite, with other campers nearby, but not intrusively so. The only downside with camping at the Bungles is that you are not allowed your own campfire which is a big part of our family camping culture, but it was worth it to see this incredible part of our country. We went on two fairly short walks, one each day, and spent the afternoons relaxing around the campsite.
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HI I'm Belinda - welcome to my online space. I am a family life coach and help parents to raise their kids with faith, values and life skills in a way that is intentional, relational and heart focused. I am married to Peter, and live in the far north-west of Australia on a small farm. We have four adult children whom we homeschooled from prep-year 12. They've all left home now. But over the years I have taught and supported mums and dad (both face to face and online). I am passionate about families being a strong and healthy unit that helps the individual to grow but also celebrates the community of family.