Destinations

Whale watching in South Australia

Have a whale of a time at these whale-watching spots in South Australia. VICTOR HARBOR Drive south of Adelaide and you’ll find yourself at Victor Harbor, a coastal town that’s a must-visit destination for whale watching. Here, southern right whales can often be seen from the coast as they occasionally enjoy swimming in more shallow … Continued

Crocodiles in the top end

Saltwater crocodiles are arguably the most famous animal found in the Top End – whether they’re in wildlife parks or around the Northern Territory in the wild. With that said, how do you safely get up close and personal with them? Crocodylus Park Visit Darwin’s Crocodylus Park where you can feed a jumping crocodile or … Continued

Make your way to the Macedon Ranges

Just over an hour north-west of Melbourne, on the road towards Bendigo, you’ll find an area known as the Macedon Ranges. This little slice of heaven is dotted with charming country towns, which are home to divine spas and wellness centres, unique local galleries and nutrient rich mineral water straight from the ground. It’s no … Continued

It’s time to explore the Snowy Mountains!

Considering a trip to the Snowy Mountains? Well, look no further, because we’ve put together a short – but precise – guide on what to do and where to go. We think the best thing to do – and this may come as no surprise – is to ski and snowboard. The Snowy Mountains is … Continued

Karijini National Park

Karijini National Park in Western Australia is one of the country’s best national parks. Located in the Pilbara region, this staggering national park covers more than 1400 kilometres and is more than two-billion-years old. Here are our top picks of what to see in this spectacular national park. FORTESCUE FALLS AND FERN POOL Karijini is … Continued

Winter activities in Tasmania

Heading south for wintertime? Here are three fantastic activities to do if you visit Tasmania this winter. DARK MOFO June marks the start of Tasmania’s premier art festival: Dark Mofo. Hosted by the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) in Hobart’s north, the festival brings the very best local and international artists to Tasmania. … Continued

Diving along the Queensland coast

Thinking of going for a dive off the coast of Queensland and unsure of where to go? Here are some of the best diving spots in Queensland – in no particular order, of course! SS Yongala – Townsville This location is considered one of the best diving spots in the entire world, so it really shouldn’t be … Continued

The Mighty Murray Way

We sometimes associate the Murray River more with the eastern states, forgetting that there are around 650 kilometres of the thing in South Australia. If you’re looking for an up-close view, then the Mighty Murray Way, which follows most of the river’s South Australian segment, is the perfect caravanning escape. After coming in via New … Continued

Highlights in outback New South Wales

Take a journey off the beaten track and experience the very best of outback  New South Wales. Mungo National Park Celebrate the wonders of the great Australian outback at the Mungo National Park in south-west New South Wales. This is a World Heritage–listed area that is particularly sacred to the local Aboriginal people, as parts … Continued

Art festivals in the Northern Territory

The Top End is a hub of arts and culture unlike anything else in the country. Throughout the year, the Northern Territory hosts a variety of festivals that celebrate traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, music and dance, and promote up-and-coming Aboriginal artists. So head up north and experience some truly awe-inspiring art from … Continued

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