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Western Australia’s Golden Outback

This massive region in the south of Western Australia makes up 54 per cent of the state and is divided into four unique regions – Esperance and the Coast, Kalgoorlie and the Goldfields, the Wheatbelt, and Gascoyne Murchison. Kalgoorlie and the Goldfields Consider yourself a regular historian? Then you won’t be able to go past … Continued

Tasmania’s wildlife hotspots

Want the chance to see Tasmania’s most well-known native animals in their natural habitats? Here are the best places to see the Tasmanian devil and the Tasmanian pademelon up close and personal. Tasmanian Devil The Apple Isle is the only place that you can see Tasmania’s most recognisable native animal – the Tasmanian devil. These … Continued

Chasing waterfalls up north

After working up a sweat on a hike through one of Queensland’s many incredible rainforests, there’s nothing better than happening upon a tumbling waterfall. Queensland has plenty of waterfalls just waiting to be explored – the hardest part is deciding where to go! Natural Bridge Natural Bridge can be found in Springbrook National Park, a … Continued

It’s all about the food and wine

Uncover gourmet delights along this self-drive food and wine trail through New South Wales. Lithgow to Orange Lithgow is on the western edge of the Blue Mountains and is absolute heaven for anyone that enjoys delicious food and the crisp outdoors. Treat yourself to some incredible cheese at the Jannei Artisan Cheese Makers, known for … Continued

See Tasmania from the sky

Whether it’s in a hot air balloon, a helicopter or a charter plane, we love seeing some of Australia’s best tourist destinations and natural wonders from above. There’s nothing quite like soaring through the air as you watch picturesque scenery pass by. Tasmania has many incredible destinations that you can experience from above, so add … Continued

Mosey on down to Adelaide

The drive from Melbourne to Adelaide is less than 750 kilometres and can be done in a day (with breaks, of course!). But with so much to see along the way, why rush it? Here are our top picks for stops as you make your way! Ballarat Ballarat is a historical city only 120 kilometres … Continued

Western Australia’s South West is calling

Western Australia’s South West region is full of diverse cultural and natural attractions, and boasts some of the most beautiful views in the country. Head south of the state capital and you’ll experience white sandy beaches, towering karri trees and much more! Busselton Located less than three hours from Perth, Busselton is a charming waterfront … Continued

The Outback Way is the best way

Introducing: the Outback Way, a behemoth 2700-kilometre track takes you through the heart of Australia. How do you tackle this monster? Well, let us break it down for you. Winton to Boulia Winton is the birthplace of the Waltzing Matilda legend, and within a few moments of being in the area, you’ll discover that Banjo … Continued

Whale watching in South Australia

Have a whale of a time at these whale-watching spots in South Australia. VICTOR HARBOR Drive south of Adelaide and you’ll find yourself at Victor Harbor, a coastal town that’s a must-visit destination for whale watching. Here, southern right whales can often be seen from the coast as they occasionally enjoy swimming in more shallow … Continued

Crocodiles in the top end

Saltwater crocodiles are arguably the most famous animal found in the Top End – whether they’re in wildlife parks or around the Northern Territory in the wild. With that said, how do you safely get up close and personal with them? Crocodylus Park Visit Darwin’s Crocodylus Park where you can feed a jumping crocodile or … Continued

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