Destinations

Explore Victoria’s golden past

Travel along Victoria’s Midland Highway and discover towns steeped in the state’s gold rush history. Ballarat Situated just an hour out of Melbourne, begin your journey in the historically rich town of Ballarat. It is Victoria’s third-largest city, experiencing major population growth in the 1850s after news spread that it was home to the world’s … Continued

Delights along the highway

Running from the north of the state to the south, the Midland Highway is the gateway to an assortment of towns and landmarks just off the main road. CAMPBELL TOWN Your first stop on your journey south has to be historical Campbell Town, located less than an hour out of Launceston. Campbell Town is the … Continued

The Darling River Run

Spread over four days and 950 kilometres, the Darling River Run drive is the perfect opportunity to experience some of the best that outback New South Wales has to offer. Walgett to Bourke – 231 kilometres Walgett, situated at the junction of the Naomi and Barwon Rivers, is where your drive begins. While here, you … Continued

A region of riches

Regarded as one of Australia’s ultimate travel destinations, the Flinders Ranges is a 430-kilometre-long stretch of mountain ranges known for its iconic adventures – from off-road driving, biking and hiking through expansive landscapes, to accommodation options that range from station stays to luxury eco villas. The entire area boasts unrivalled panoramas – rolling hills and … Continued

Where the rainforest meets the reef

There’s nothing quite like Daintree and Cape Tribulation – where the rainforest meets the reef and time seems to move slower. If you’re in need of a break from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, then this is the place to immerse yourself in nature and switch off for a while. The raw environment … Continued

Explore the East MacDonnell Ranges

Stretching 150 kilometres east from Alice Springs, the East MacDonnell Ranges are home to a range of exciting and unique adventures that can only be found in Australia’s Red Centre. There’s plenty to see within the ranges themselves, and we wouldn’t want you to miss out. So, we’ve put together some information on must-see places … Continued

Adventures in Victoria’s High Country

As winter descends, snow settles atop the Victorian stretch of the Great Dividing Range, making some of the best panoramas in Australia all the more enchanting. The Victorian Alps cover a vast area of plummeting river valleys gouged from rugged mountain terrain, with peaks reaching 1900 metres above sea level. As winter grips the area, there … Continued

Western Australia’s Golden Outback

This massive region in the south of Western Australia makes up 54 per cent of the state and is divided into four unique regions – Esperance and the Coast, Kalgoorlie and the Goldfields, the Wheatbelt, and Gascoyne Murchison. Kalgoorlie and the Goldfields Consider yourself a regular historian? Then you won’t be able to go past … Continued

Tasmania’s wildlife hotspots

Want the chance to see Tasmania’s most well-known native animals in their natural habitats? Here are the best places to see the Tasmanian devil and the Tasmanian pademelon up close and personal. Tasmanian Devil The Apple Isle is the only place that you can see Tasmania’s most recognisable native animal – the Tasmanian devil. These … Continued

Chasing waterfalls up north

After working up a sweat on a hike through one of Queensland’s many incredible rainforests, there’s nothing better than happening upon a tumbling waterfall. Queensland has plenty of waterfalls just waiting to be explored – the hardest part is deciding where to go! Natural Bridge Natural Bridge can be found in Springbrook National Park, a … Continued

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