New South Wales and ACT

Take a trip along The Long Paddock

The Cobb Highway in New South Wales makes up part of the vast network of stock routes that cross Australia, and is still used to this day. This travelling route, also known as The Long Paddock, begins at the Victoria–New South Wales border in Echuca-Moama and ends in Wilcannia. Moama to Deniliquin Beginning your journey … Continued

Natural wonders along the Murray River

At a staggering 2,508 kilometers, the mighty Murray River eventually becomes one of the world’s largest river systems and runs through nearly every state of Australia. Although every part of the Murray River is picturesque, it’s in New South Wales where you can witness the magnificence of this river up close. The mighty Murray River … Continued

A taste for NSW’s Riverina

The first image that might spring to mind when you hear that New South Wales’s Riverina region is nicknamed the ‘food bowl of Australia’ might be one of an immense green valley, packed to brimming with glistening fruit and vegetables – a big healthy breakfast for a giant. A round trip around the region will … Continued

South West Slopes for history buffs

New South Wales’s South West Slopes is a region covering the lower inland slopes of the Great Dividing Range. Offering every type of the state’s best natural and cultural offerings, you’ll move from grand hills, lush orchards and picturesque lakes to gold-mining towns, heritage buildings and steam railways that make for indelible memories. Young The … Continued

Embark on the Greater Blue Mountains

The Greater Blue Mountains Drive is a splendid mix of nature and culture, with bushwalks through ancient flora, waterfalls at every turn, unspoilt Indigenous Australian art and the Southern Hemisphere’s steepest aerial cableway. The perfect spot for your spring holiday, the Blue Mountains area is a sanctuary for tea lovers, history fanatics and zealous foodies. … Continued

Top 3 must-dos in the ACT

Whether you’re ready to soak up some history or learn about the mysteries of deep space, the nation’s capital abounds in fun activities to keep you occupied. Caravanning Australia shares its top three things to do in Canberra and surrounds. See the forest and the trees at the National Arboretum Boasting 94 forests full of … Continued

Unwind in the Central West region

The Central West region is home to an array of idyllic towns and natural curiosities in New South Wales. Breathe in the fresh spring air kayaking in a lagoon, taste the season’s offerings at a farmers’ market, explore ancient limestone caves or peruse an oriental garden – you can do it all in the spectacular … Continued

Hitting the road: Curlwaa to Batemans Bay

New South Wales boasts incredible geographical diversity, much of which can be discovered between Curlwaa to Batemans Bay. From sleepy coastal hideaways to inland agricultural meccas, welcome the warmer weather with a road trip between these two intriguing destinations. If you’re coming from the western side of Australia, or from Victoria, let’s hit the road … Continued

Natural Highlights in NSW

Whether you’re journeying the Fossickers Way Loop or simply escaping the city this Spring, New South Whales is filled with natural regional highlights that won’t disappoint. Warrabah National Park  No matter where you are on the loop, you’ll be able to reach this park, which sits smack bang in the middle of the circuit. Your … Continued

Sydney to Brisbane: The Scenic Route

For a slower, more scenic route from Sydney to Brisbane, or for a standalone picturesque loop, consider taking your caravan along New South Wales’s Fossickers Way. We take you through the touring route’s member towns, and show you the best way to explore a region known for hiding precious gems. NUNDLE TO TAMWORTH Start your journey … Continued

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