Soak up the last of summer in South Australia

Extend your summer on the Coastal Way, where the very best of the Yorke Peninsula awaits! Still wishing it was summer? Thankfully, the sunshine, swims and seafood adventures don’t have to end on South Australia’s Coastal Way. Whether you tackle the 460-kilometre journey in an action-packed weekend, or take it slow and steady over a … Continued

See it all on the Savannah Way

From east to west, the Savannah Way will show you the very best of Australia’s north. From lush tropical rainforests in Far North Queensland, to the sacred earth in the Northern Territory and the ancient formations of Western Australia’s Kimberley region, Australia’s northern landscapes are full of magic, culture, and stunning natural wonders. If you’re … Continued

Experience the autumn leaves in Canberra

See the capital transform in vivid displays of colour this season. A lot of the activity in Canberra is centred on Parliament House, perched on Lake Burley Griffin, with views of Mount Ainslie on the horizon. But Canberra isn’t just about politics. Its reputation for fine dining and winemaking is growing, and there are world-class … Continued

 The gateway to Kakadu adventures

Ngurrungurrudjba (Yellow Water) Campground is Kakadu’s camping and caravanning oasis in the heart of the national park’s spectacular landscape. Located on the shores of Yellow Water Billabong and adjacent to Cooinda Lodge, the camping ground puts you in a prime position for one of Australia’s greatest natural spectacles, with the wetlands landscape a veritable Noah’s … Continued

Hidden gems of the North Coast hinterland

Wind your way through the lush greenery, shimmering waters and historical pockets of the New South Wales North Coast hinterland on a five-day road trip. Day one: Tea Gardens and Hawks Nest to Gloucester Start your journey through the North Coast hinterland in the twin towns of Tea Gardens and Hawks Nest on the Myall … Continued

Take a dip in the Top End

The Northern Territory’s spectacular swimming spots are calling your name. And while wet season isn’t the best time to indulge, there’s nothing stopping you from planning your next trip to the Top End. The best time to travel to the Northern Territory is during the dry season, from May to October. If you head up … Continued

Cruising the Pacific Coast Way

The Pacific Coast Way begins in the Gold Coast, skirts the Pacific Ocean along the Pacific Highway, and extends onto the Bruce Highway and up to Cairns in Far North Queensland. All up, it’s an 1800-kilometre journey. Tourism Australia says it takes nine days, but why rush? Gold Coast to Brisbane Start your Pacific Coast … Continued

Cruise along the Coral Coast

Is there anything better than a summer spent following the coast, visiting a new beach every day? We think not! That’s why we’re bringing you a summer filled with sandy beaches, peaceful townships, and some of the best marine life in the world. All that, and more, awaits along Western Australia’s Coral Coast. Perth to … Continued

Winding down the Southern Ocean Drive

Australia is home to some of the most stunning scenic drives in the world, and South Australia’s Southern Ocean Drive is one you won’t want to miss. Spanning over 900 kilometres from mystical Mount Gambier to captivating Kangaroo Island, this journey will take you on an adventure via incredible coastlines, rugged clifftops and gorgeous native … Continued

Exploring Tasmania’s waterfalls

There’s something magical about a waterfall, and Tasmania is home to some absolute stunners. Usually hidden at the end of a steep track surrounded by ferny undergrowth and moss-covered rocks, seeing and hearing a waterfall cascading from above can captivate our senses and bring us back to nature. Waterfall Bay Waterfall Bay is not your … Continued

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