The Rolling Home Journal - Issue Five
Our latest publication is now available. At 164 pages it is our most extensive yet. Don’t forget we ship Worldwide.
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What do we do
Following the past 8 years of travelling and living in & out of our selfbuilt campervan. We are now using our publication; The Rolling Home Journal, to explore the contemporary #vanlife movement & celebrate alternative living. Encompassing sustainability, self-sufficiency and personal happiness.
Together with our contributors we document the varied ways in which us human beings choose to live. Through essays, discussion, artwork, photography and film. Here we share digital articles from the publication. You can purchase copies here.
Articles & Latest features
The Bell Family - Graeme, Luisa, Keelan & Jessica
We are the Bell family – ordinary people who enjoy the extraordinary. Luisa and I inherited a particularly strong strain of wanderlust from our ancestors. We grew up moving around South Africa and both loved the outdoors and camping. Read more
Maddison Araceli Willmott & Kaasam Aziz
Of wilderness, cities, cultures, languages and coastlines. Chasing an irrepressible desire for freedom and crafting an art out of getting lost and making do. A sunset lit by wild eyes and a dusty smile, coastal winds throwing hair aside and dappled light dancing across a restless tide. Read more
Our first experience of a ‘Tiny Home’, our first night and we have settled into the space easily, we are not surprised by this. The smell makes me smile when first walking through the stable door. It smells right, not a sterile environment, but one of seasoned timber, and texture and life.
Brianna, Keith, Bucket & Dagwood.
My name is Brianna Madia and I have been fortunate enough to call many places home. That is, of course, if you consider ‘home’ a place you leave your heart, not just hang your hat.
Barwon Heads, Australia, January 2017
I was quite new to the Caravan Park scene, but Zach had pretty much grown up there, so I felt good knowing there was someone who could introduce me. I visited it for the first time in 2015 during my first trip to Australia, and I couldn’t wait to go back there again - Read More