Destinations

Best photo spots in South Australia

Camping is one of the best ways to engage with the outdoors – and photography is one of the best ways to capture these precious memories. Known for its stretches of nature and stunning sunsets, South Australia is the perfect place to get creative. Here are some places that will activate your imagination and get … Continued

Time to explore Melbourne’s bay life

When people think of Melbourne, they often think of delicious food and wine, culture and art, fabulous shopping, and busy city streets. It’s a cultural mecca, and home to the AFL, exquisite art galleries, city laneways decorated with street art, great coffee and bars. People also think of temperamental weather, and four seasons in a … Continued

Top five in 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. Here, Caravanning Australia shares its top five things to do in Canberra and surrounds. Boasting 94 forests full of rare, endangered and symbolic trees from all over the … Continued

Rest, rejuvenation and relaxation in New South Wales

Give yourself a well-earned break from the everyday grind – New South Wales is filled with experiences to feed your mind, soul and body. Not only are there world-class eateries, spas, gym classes and markets, but New South Wales boasts incredible landscapes that will revive any tired bones. Here are some of Caravanning Australia’s recommendations … Continued

The Big River Drive

For those who love hiking, four-wheel driving and exploring New South Wales’s beautiful natural landscape, the Big River Drive is for you. Included is a national park, Aboriginal heritage and an abundance of wildlife. What else, you ask? Enjoy a sneak peek of our journey along this trek. There’s a lot of natural beauty throughout … Continued

Nature is calling

Embark on the Nature’s Way loop adventure, from Darwin all the way down to Katherine, with stops at the state’s big three national parks: Kakadu, Nitmiluk and Litchfield. Kakadu National Park Kakadu’s 20,000 square kilometres of remote landscapes are ancient and untouched, and are World Heritage–listed for both their cultural and natural assets. There are … Continued

A view over the edge of civilisation

On the wild, isolated west coast of Tasmania, you might not find a lot of people; but the life-affirming landscapes will find you. The roaring forties trade winds whip across one of the longest uninterrupted stretches of water on Earth, tearing from South America over three oceans before hitting the first landmass in more than … Continued

Touring the Victorian High Country

As the wintry veil over the Australian Alps lifts and the Murray and Snowy rivers rage, the High Country’s alpine bushland springs to life, and some of Australia’s finest four-wheel driving routes open for business. For rugged, rocky terrain and panoramic views, there is nowhere better than the Australian Alps. The highest mountain range in … Continued

Camping in the Red Centre

Outback Australia is more accessible than you might think. Contrary to popular belief, a four-wheel drive is not essential for exploring some of the best places that the Red Centre has to offer. While you should undoubtedly steer clear of four-wheel drive tracks if you don’t have an appropriate vehicle, sealed and well-maintained roads connect … Continued

Healthy travel in New South Wales

It’s been a stressful year, but relaxation isn’t hard to find. New South Wales is full of wellness destinations to unwind, relax and tap into serenity – but if you want to get your body moving, there are gym classes and activities galore, too! Give yourself a well-earned break in New South Wales with some … Continued

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