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The Greater Litchfield Loop

The secret is out: as Territorians have long known, Litchfield National Park is every bit as enigmatic and awe-inspiring as Kakadu, albeit on a smaller scale. Barely a stone’s throw from Darwin, the Greater Litchfield Loop takes you through some of the most unique habitats on the planet. Darwin to Batchelor – 150 kilometres As … Continued

Bask in the Barossa

After a quality wine-tasting trip? Well, it looks like it’s time to visit the wine capital of South Australia – the Barossa Valley. Wine is what comes to mind when most people think of the Barossa, and it’s no wonder why with more than 550 grape growers calling the region home. What makes the Barossa … Continued

Explore Australia’s top spooky spots

Whether you’re a sceptic, a scaredy-cat or a diehard paranormal believer, there’s no denying the excitement you feel on a ghost tour. When you visit a haunted site, you can’t help but get sucked into the mystery of its disturbing past. These spooky sites are bursting with history and secrecy – they’re the perfect way … Continued

Wildlife, outback and wine (oh my!)

In the space of only a week, you can experience the best wine, outback and wildlife South Australia has to offer. The WOW tour – wildlife, outback and wine – explores places like Adelaide, Kangaroo Island, Clare Valley and Flinders Ranges. Adelaide is a great place to begin, as it is rich with culture and … Continued

Explore the Hunter Valley’s Convict Trail

Many Sydneysiders affectionately regard the Hunter Valley as a place to visit for romantic weekends and hazily recalled winery tours. While it’s suitable for all that – visitors have over 120 cellar doors to choose from – there’s more to the Hunter than vineyards. This region was important in the modern nation’s early years. Happened … Continued

Birdwatching in the Top End

Darwin is home to more than 400 species of birds – it’s a birdwatchers paradise! There’s a heap of different ways that you can experience the beauty of the bird population in Darwin and surrounding areas. Here’s just a few to get you started. If meeting fellow birdwatchers, discovering new places and the ease of … Continued

Great Ocean Road highlights

Tried and true, the Great Ocean Road Touring Route consistently ranks among Australia’s most breathtaking road trips for a reason. Home to the Twelve Apostles and some of the most iconic views in the country, this drive weaves through rainforests and hugs cliff faces against a backdrop of dramatic coastal panoramas. Geelong to Lorne – … Continued

Tasmania’s own top end

The lush greenery of Northern Tasmania is a far cry from the savannas of the Northern Territory; its babbling streams and bucolic panoramas bear no resemblance to Kakadu, but Tassie’s very own Top End holds its own on the national stage. Binalong Bay and the Bay of Fires Start your Tassie Top End voyage with … Continued

Relax on the west coast

Travellers will be thrilled to head to Western Australia for the summer; its hot, dry and, best of all, predictable weather will make for happy and comfortable campers. We’ve found the best spots for sun seekers to enjoy the state’s favourite season. Albany Beginning your trip in the south of Western Australia, the coastal city … Continued

The Seafood Frontier

The Seafood Frontier Touring Route highlights a stand-out section of Australia’s coast, bringing into focus the water-facing communities of the Spencer Gulf, the Eyre Peninsula and the Great Australian Bight. Start at Whyalla on the Spencer Gulf, a steel city with a maritime bent whose history has been tied to mining and shipbuilding. Despite its … Continued

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