My husband Tom and I live in country South Australia in the city of Mount Gambier with  our little dogs Oscar and Ruby. Oscar is a white scruffy jackshit (Jack Russel x ShihTzu) and Ruby is a red and tan miniature dachshund.

Last Sunday, we woke with sore heads… being the morning after our sister-inlaw had taken out the peoples choice award at the Stand Like Stone Event, Swinging with the Stars. Yesssssssssss! Lots of dancing, lots of riesling.

I am a true believer that the average hangover can turn nasty if you sit on your butt and watch netflix all day. Not that I am opposed to this activity, but I will do ANYTHING to avoid a nasty pasty hangover. Soooo…. Tom and I loaded our fur babies in the car, grabbed fish and chips and headed across the border in to Victoria to Dergholm.

About 45 minutes to an hour later, we arrived at the remarkable Baileys Rocks. Holey Moley, what a spectacle. The valley is filled with huge granite rocks, said to be over 500 million years old.  With school holidays coming up, it would be a fun place to take your kids exploring. There are also some beautiful camp grounds, we will definitely be heading there ourselves to camp soon (ladies, there are toilets).

If you are interested in checking it out, click here to read more and check out a map! Australia is such an incredible country and we can see so much all here in our very own backyards. Go and explore!

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