Mobile Living Made Easy Australia Issue 2 - Page 9

MOBILE LIVING TRAVELLERS — SEAN SCOTT get out and explore. This year, I did a lot of work with Indigenous Tourism Operators in very remote locations in Outback Western Australia. It was a very unique experience and so rewarding getting to photograph and work with the traditional owners. It’s something I am very passionate about and hope to do more in the future. I even had my family join me for some of these trips and they are experiences money can’t buy. We have camped out in swags and caught mud crabs by hand to then cook them up on open fires with our guides. My kids have learnt so much about the land and it’s something I would love to see more Australians doing. “they are experiences money can’t buy” Where would you like to go and why? There are so many places around Australia I have just found and only spent a night or two at that I would love to revisit. Cape Le Grand National Park is one of the locations and the Kimberly is a whole other world with so much yet to explore. It really is just a matter of getting out there and hitting the open road – adventures seem to pop out at you everywhere! “adventures seem to pop out at you everywhere!” Best tip or advice for when on the road? Best tip would be to try and just follow your nose. I don’t like to have too many plans as things can change and it’s great if you can be flexible to stay in places longer if you’d like to. Obviously, if you’re in busy locations in busy times of the year, some forward planning is necessary. It’s also important to be prepared for the places you’re visiting as some outback locations are a long way from help. What product makes life easier for you when you’re away from home? I love my Dometic Waeco CFX fridges as they're always with me and gives me that little bit of luxury when I am in some pretty harsh locations. “I love my Dometic Waeco CFX fridges” Best or ‘go-to’ recipe you have when living mobile? Beef soft tacos cooked on an open fire and grill.  It's really easy to prepare and great for the family to sit around and make. What are your plans for the rest of the year (2018)? At this stage, I have road trips planned to go back over to WA in June and July. I road trip down to Crescent Head in NSW in April and a Queensland road trip in May. September school holidays will have us back in Yangir National Park in NSW and I am still planning where to go in Easter. I will also be doing road trips in between my main family holidays. Other than photography, what else do you love doing? I love to fish, surf and just be a dad to my beautiful family. Mobile living made easy. — 09 ­