In Australia, the ‘long paddock’ is a colloquial term for stock routes or roadside areas used to feed sheep and cattle during droughts or to move them to markets. The grassy verges beside the roads were often much wider than they are today to accommodate grazing stock.
‘TH long paddock’ seemed the perfect name for our blog, T for Tim & H for Helen, and we love to travel the roads of Australia exploring this amazing country.
You can find details of our Caravan and tow vehicle on the Our Rig page.
Hope you enjoy following our adventures as much as we enjoy sharing them with you.
Helen and Tim