Island hopping

With 900 continental islands and coral cays, the Great Barrier Reef region makes an excellent destination for island hopping. Here are some of our favourite islands to inspire your next adventure! Lady Musgrave Island Lady Musgrave Island offers unforgettable experiences for visitors, especially between June and October when humpback whales stop in the area to … Continued

Close encounters in Western Australia

Australia has some of the most unique animals in the world. You may know the kangaroo, koala and dingo, but here are some of Australia’s less famed (but just as charming) creatures and how to meet them. Go swimming with dolphins in Bunbury Venture out into the water for an intimate swim with wild dolphins … Continued

Exploring Litchfield National Park in a day

Litchfield National Park is a must-visit destination if you are staying in Darwin. The park is home to incredible waterfalls, monsoon rainforest and hundreds of magnetic termite mounds that are unique to the Northern Territory. To give you an added incentive, the park’s best bits can be explored within a day! 9 am: Magnetic termite … Continued

Discover the real outback on the Capricorn Way

If you’re after a road trip that unflinchingly showcases the raw beauty of the outback, take the plunge into the depths of the real Australia. This isn’t a trip for the faint of heart, but travellers who are strong of spirit will love every moment! Rockhampton A robust regional centre, ‘Rocky’ is your starting point … Continued

Natural wonders in New South Wales

Stop and smell the roses in this beautiful state – it’s brimming with natural attractions for visitors to explore, discover and enjoy. There are guided tours so you can learn as much about your natural surroundings and history as possible. Reconnect with nature’s finest offerings and don’t forget your camera! You won’t want to go … Continued

Best photo spots in South Australia

Camping is one of the best ways to engage with the outdoors – and photography is one of the best ways to capture these precious memories. Known for its stretches of nature and stunning sunsets, South Australia is the perfect place to get creative. Here are some places that will activate your imagination and get … Continued

Victoria’s golden oldies

In 1851, gold was discovered in Ballarat, prompting migrants from around the world to flock to Victoria and propelling the development of the state. Gold was also discovered in other areas, including Bendigo and Castlemaine, and as stories of wealth spread across the globe, Victoria’s gold rush came into full swing. Ballarat Begin your historical … Continued

The return of wildflower season

Every July to November, Western Australia’s Wheatbelt region is lit up with an array of bright blooms. This part of the world boasts one of the largest wildflower collections on the planet, with more than 12,000 species (60 per cent of which can’t be found anywhere else). Make the most of this season and check … Continued

Sydney to Melbourne: an inland adventure – part 1

Melbourne versus Sydney; it’s a battle that has raged for years, and every local in both cities has an opinion. But here at Caravanning Australia, we don’t play favourites. We think you should explore both cities, and everything in between! So, hit the road and join us for an inland journey between Australia’s two most … Continued

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