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Highlights in outback New South Wales

Take a journey off the beaten track and experience the very best of outback  New South Wales. Mungo National Park Celebrate the wonders of the great Australian outback at the Mungo National Park in south-west New South Wales. This is a World Heritage–listed area that is particularly sacred to the local Aboriginal people, as parts … Continued

Art festivals in the Northern Territory

The Top End is a hub of arts and culture unlike anything else in the country. Throughout the year, the Northern Territory hosts a variety of festivals that celebrate traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, music and dance, and promote up-and-coming Aboriginal artists. So head up north and experience some truly awe-inspiring art from … Continued

Weekend trips in the west

In need of a short getaway that’s close to Perth? Here are our top picks that should do the trick. Dunsborough/Margaret River 3–4 hours from Perth This one might seem a little obvious, but that doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be on your list. Forests, beaches and wineries await you! Regardless of what time of year … Continued

Where to find Tasmania’s best views

Tasmania is home to some of the best views in the country.  The entire state is covered in national parks, nature reserves and natural wonders, with views that’ll have you reaching for your camera around every corner. With so many awe-inspiring views to feast your eyes on, we’ve narrowed down the list to our top … Continued

Victoria’s camping highlights

There’s nothing better than camping in autumn – walking through crunchy leaves, sitting by the camp fire with a cup of hot tea and waking up early to the sounds of the bush. Victoria is a hub for picturesque camping destinations and autumn is the perfect time to escape the drab Melbourne weather and experience … Continued

Autumn in the uncharted state

Some of Australia’s most iconic destinations call South Australia home, but we think it might be time to show a little love to the regions that might not come to mind quite as quickly as the more popular tourist hotspots. The Adelaide Hills Just 45 minutes west of Adelaide, the Adelaide Hills is a region … Continued

Cosy up in Queensland this autumn

As the air gets colder and the days become shorter, it’s the perfect time of year to visit Queensland to savour the last of the warm weather. While the major cities are great, there’s nothing more relaxing than escaping to the country for a weekend away. Cosying up in a café somewhere, hot drink in … Continued

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

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