What lies beneath?

If you’ve spent a decent amount of time touring Australia by caravan, you’ve no doubt visited your fair share of museums – but have you ever visited an underwater museum? Well, now is your chance! The Museum of Underwater Art (MOUA), 18 metres below the surface on the Great Barrier Reef in Townsville, North Queensland, features sculptures by … Continued

South Australia’s heavenly daytrips

If you find yourself in Adelaide, don’t restrict yourself to just exploring the city sights. While we wouldn’t blame you if you did – The Festival City does have a lot going for it, we know – there are many thrills and luxuries to indulge in just past the city limits. Adelaide Hills Not even 45 minutes … Continued

Best bouldering spots down under

Expand your horizons beyond the walls of your local climbing gym and head to some of Australia’s best bouldering spots. Even though it’s the world’s flattest continent, Australia still has an incredible range of climbs for any bouldering enthusiast. Chalk up, get climbing and don’t forget to stay safe and avoid climbing near sacred Aboriginal … Continued

A bounty in the South West

If you’re a wine aficionado and you haven’t been to the South West of Western Australia, you must put it on your bucket list. Not only is it a wine destination, it’s also an incredibly beautiful region. With stunning coastline stretching into the horizon, Australia’s first commercial grapevines and national parks for days, there’s plenty … Continued

Wine and wetlands in the Riverland

In partnership with Banrock Station Wine and Wetlands Centre. Banrock Station Wine and Wetlands Centre, located in the Riverland, South Australia, is much more than just a winery, it is also a Ramsar-accredited wetlands covering more than 1400 hectares of flood plains, woodlands, shrublands and native mallee habitat. Restoration at Banrock Station Wetlands began in … Continued

Find yourself in amazing Forbes this winter!

In partnership with Forbes Shire. Winter has arrived, and with it came Frost and Fire! That’s right, Frost and Fire returned on Saturday 19 June 2021. People came to celebrate the winter solstice under starry skies in Forbes, Central New South Wales. Frost and Fire offered all the elements of a country bonfire night, and there was … Continued

A gourmet tour of Canberra

Winter is by far the best time of year to sink your teeth into this deceptively hip destination – the scenery is sublime, cool-climate wines come into their own and truffle season has everyone in a tizz.   Something to nibble Canberra boasts quirky and creative eateries for all tastes, budgets and occasions. You can … Continued

Adventure abounds along the Binns Track

Named after Bill Binns, a former buffalo and crocodile hunter who served a 32-year stretch as a ranger with Northern Territory Parks, the Binns Track begins at Mt Dare near the South Australia–Northern Territory border, running 2191 kilometres to Timber Creek in the Northern Territory subtropics. Completing the entire Binns Track can take anywhere from … Continued

Kuranda is calling

In partnership with our friends at Mareeba Shire Council If you are planning a holiday in Tropical North Queensland, be sure to visit Kuranda.  A short drive from Cairns, Kuranda is a unique, colourful and welcoming tourist village with so much to explore. Visitors will find a delightful mix of quirky surprises, colourful characters and natural … Continued

Saunter along the Southern Ocean Drive

There are few places in the world that invoke a sense of tranquillity quite like the South Australian coast. Here is a sneak peek of Caravanning Australia’s journey across the Southern Ocean Drive. Mount Gambier to Robe (128 kilometres) Begin your journey in Mount Gambier, the heart of the Limestone Coast. This gem of a … Continued

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