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Gear up for the CREB Track

Queensland’s steepest and most challenging drive is not for the faint of heart. Prepare to weave through pristine rainforest and jagged, muddy terrain in this incredible off-road adventure! Cairns to Daintree Our journey starts in Cairns, where you will embark on a 110-kilometre journey up the coast towards the small town of Daintree. Spend the … Continued

Trekking through South Australia

What better way to explore the diverse native flora and fauna of South Australia than by lacing up your boots and heading out on a hike? Journey through rugged coastlines on clifftops, trek through red dirt and bushland, and take in the views of the state’s stunning scenery! Beginner Hikes The Mount Barker Summit Walking … Continued

Do it the Pacific Coast Way

From World Heritage–listed tropical rainforests, to award-winning beaches and islands, the Pacific Coast Way is Queensland’s ultimate seven-day road trip. Gold Coast to Brisbane Boasting 70 kilometres of pristine coastline, be sure to take advantage and spend a day (or two!) relaxing on one of the Gold Coast’s spectacular beaches. If you’re looking to stretch … Continued

Top tips for your next adventure

Handy hacks to amplify your travel experience. Get organised A great way to ensure you’ve packed all the essentials is to keep ‘caravan copies’. Keeping copies of the objects and resources that are important to you means you’re less likely to leave them behind at home. Always eat your toast with Vegemite? Then be sure … Continued

Western Australia’s top national parks

Six of the best national parks in Western Australia – in no particular order, of course! Cape Le Grand National Park If you ask us, Cape Le Grand National Park may be one of the best national parks in the country, let alone the state. I mean, where else do you get to see kangaroos … Continued

Top 10 most photographed views in New South Wales

Professional photographers and snap-happy enthusiasts alike rejoice in some of New South Wales’s most impressive natural landscapes. Olney State Forest Just over an hour south-west from Newcastle, you’ll find the Olney State Forest. Nestled in the heart of the Central Coast’s Watagan Mountains, Olney State Forest is a picturesque haven shrouded in looming pines and … Continued

From drab to fab

Life on the road doesn’t have to be limited to the basic necessities. Take some time to spruce up your caravan, so you can live a life of luxury no matter where you park. Keep your cool Nothing says comfy and cosy like knowing that no matter the weather, you’re going to be comfortable and … Continued

A guide to the Freycinet Peninsula

Explore the coastal paradises and calming landscapes of the Freycinet Peninsula and surrounds. Named after French explorer Louis de Freycinet, who sailed through the area in the 1800s, the Freycinet Peninsula can be found on Tasmania’s east coast, overlooking the Tasman Sea. South of Launceston and only 2.5 hours from Hobart, the Freycinet Peninsula has … Continued

Travelling on the (South West) Edge

Experience the spectacular wine and breathtaking natural landscapes of Western Australia’s South West region. Ferguson Valley Approximately two hours from Perth is the Ferguson Valley. With a stunning backdrop of rolling, green hills, serene farmland and native bushland, the Ferguson Valley provides an atmosphere that doesn’t overwhelm. Home to more than a dozen vineyards, the … Continued

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