New South Wales and ACT

Caravanning from the back seat: Kiama Edition

Below is an article by Tom McGay for our regular Caravanning from the back seat feature. If you’re looking for a family friendly coastal trip these holidays, I suggest heading down to Kiama. Kiama has some of the most beautiful sights Australia has to offer. From picnics along the glamorous beaches, to visiting the infamous blowhole, Kiama … Continued

Supporting Australia: Nymboida

As part of our new feature Supporting Australia, guest writer Julie Martyn travelled to the rural town of Nymboida, New South Wales. Something very special is happening in Nymboida. About 30 kilometres southwest of Grafton, New South Wales, this little hamlet nestled among the mountains is raising itself from the ashes, literally. Its cafe faces … Continued

The Big Lap Part 5

Part 5 of the Caravanning Australia Big Lap is here! Starting just south of Perth, Western Australia, we travelled down to Melbourne, Victoria. As seen in Part 4, we have embarked on exploring the east coast of the country, and have found ourselves in Bega, New South Wales. Now let’s continue! Say goodbye to Bega … Continued

Caravanning from the back seat: Manly Edition

Below is an article by Tom McGay for our By Kids for Kids feature. Manly is the destination for all summer lovers! With shops along the foreshore, beach pools, paddle boarding along the bay, and more fun activities for the whole family, Manly is the perfect mix of city and beach. The Corso in Manly is filled … Continued

Take a closer look at Canberra

Our country’s capital has more to offer than government buildings. With museums and galleries, gardens and plenty of accommodation options, we reckon Canberra is worth a closer look! Spend an afternoon at the National Dinosaur MuseumThe museum’s collection of dinosaur and prehistoric fossil material started small in 1993, and has now grown to be the … Continued

New South Wales’s natural escapes

Leave the technology at home and discover phenomenal natural wonders that can be found just a few hours outside of Sydney. Picnic in Wendy’s Secret Garden – Lavender Bay Hidden in Lavender Bay Parklands with close views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Wendy’s Secret Garden is a tranquil green oasis for readers, picnickers and tourists … Continued

The best of the Central West

New South Wales is full of hidden gems, so we’ve gathered some information on five places that we think you should visit to get a full experience of the Central West. Bathurst Bathurst is a one-of-a-kind place that still manages to appeal to the masses. The heritage of the town is rich, but it’s complemented … Continued

Spring days in the north

Not sure where to go on your next adventure in New South Wales? The North West Slopes region is home to many small towns that are filled to the brim with character and unique experiences, and spring is the perfect time of year to explore them all. Tamworth The sprawling regional city of Tamworth is … Continued

Exploring the Riverina

The Riverina region, in south-west New South Wales, is quickly establishing itself as a tourism hotspot. From Griffith in the north, to the tiny town of Mulwala in the south, this fantastic neck of the woods has everything that you ask for! Wagga Wagga The vibrant regional metropolis of Wagga Wagga should be at the … Continued

Chasing Waterfall Way

Does a scenic drive tickle your fancy? Well look no further than Waterfall Way! While you could do this scenic drive in about two and a half hours, it’s simply impossible to pull yourself away from all of the amazing things to see along the way. If you start Coffs Harbour, then you’ll be going … Continued

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