Queensland

Three reasons the Sandstone Wonders should be on your 2022 travel bucket list

In partnership with Banana Shire. Planning a caravan or camping trip of a lifetime? Whether you choose to travel by car, camper trailer, motorbike, caravan or four-wheel drive, the Sandstone Wonders should be on your 2022 must-see list when exploring the sunny Queensland state. Rich in history, uncrowded national parks, budget accommodation, top-notch camping spots, incredible … Continued

Five reasons to visit Queensland

Given that the Sunshine State averages more than 300 sunny days each year, you’d be a pretty unlucky visitor to miss out on its most famous offering. But even if you did, there’s so much more to see and do here than lie on a beach absorbing vitamin D. Lose yourself in Carnarvon Gorge A hidden … Continued

Driving up to the water’s edge

Experience rough roads and relaxing backdrops on some of Australia’s best beach tracks. Mount William National Park, Tasmania The northern section of the Bay of Fires, on Tasmania’s east coast, extends into the secluded Mount William National Park. Two hours’ drive from Launceston, Mount William National Park is, like the south, fringed by gorgeous coastline – … Continued

Driving up to the water’s edge

Experience rough roads and relaxing backdrops on some of Australia’s best beach tracks. Mount William National Park, Tasmania The northern section of the Bay of Fires, on Tasmania’s east coast, extends into the secluded Mount William National Park. Two hours’ drive from Launceston, Mount William National Park is, like the south, fringed by gorgeous coastline – … Continued

Queensland’s gourmet delights

Not so long ago, ‘Gold Coast gourmet’ could have sounded oxymoronic. In recent years, the southern tip of the Gold Coast has seen an exponential shift from unassuming beach suburb to hip dining destination, lauded by arbiters of good taste. Local restaurateurs credit the emergence of thoughtful, rejigged menus that better serve locals, not just … Continued

Island hopping

With 900 continental islands and coral cays, the Great Barrier Reef region makes an excellent destination for island hopping. Here are some of our favourite islands to inspire your next adventure! Lady Musgrave Island Lady Musgrave Island offers unforgettable experiences for visitors, especially between June and October when humpback whales stop in the area to … Continued

Discover the real outback on the Capricorn Way

If you’re after a road trip that unflinchingly showcases the raw beauty of the outback, take the plunge into the depths of the real Australia. This isn’t a trip for the faint of heart, but travellers who are strong of spirit will love every moment! Rockhampton A robust regional centre, ‘Rocky’ is your starting point … Continued

What lies beneath?

If you’ve spent a decent amount of time touring Australia by caravan, you’ve no doubt visited your fair share of museums – but have you ever visited an underwater museum? Well, now is your chance! The Museum of Underwater Art (MOUA), 18 metres below the surface on the Great Barrier Reef in Townsville, North Queensland, features sculptures by … Continued

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