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The return of wildflower season

Every July to November, Western Australia’s Wheatbelt region is lit up with an array of bright blooms. This part of the world boasts one of the largest wildflower collections on the planet, with more than 12,000 species (60 per cent of which can’t be found anywhere else). Make the most of this season and check … Continued

Discover a different Darwin

From historical artefacts to natural wonders, there is so much to see and do in Darwin and its surrounds. No matter when you visit, you’ll be treated to friendly locals, serene landscapes and unreal experiences. We’ve done the hard work for you and bring you three different Darwin experiences that should be at the top … Continued

A bounty in the South West

If you’re a wine aficionado and you haven’t been to the South West of Western Australia, you must put it on your bucket list. Not only is it a wine destination, it’s also an incredibly beautiful region. With stunning coastline stretching into the horizon, Australia’s first commercial grapevines and national parks for days, there’s plenty … Continued

Country bakeries worth a visit

Bakeries are an important part of the Australian road trip tradition – there’s a classic Australian nostalgia to the wobble of vanilla slice, tart tomato sauce dripping off flaky pie crusts and soft pillowy finger buns. Caravanning Australia has put together a list of some of the best bakeries in the country for you to … Continued

Saunter along the Southern Ocean Drive

There are few places in the world that invoke a sense of tranquillity quite like the South Australian coast. Here is a sneak peek of Caravanning Australia’s journey across the Southern Ocean Drive. Mount Gambier to Robe (128 kilometres) Begin your journey in Mount Gambier, the heart of the Limestone Coast. This gem of a … Continued

Artistry and inspiration in the Macs

The evocative landscapes of the MacDonnell Ranges have inspired many an artist, with the natural beauty and intrigue beguiling all who explore this region. The MacDonnell Ranges are a 650-kilometre chain of mountains running east and west of Alice Springs. Gnarled ridges set in desert sands and shifting colours, are dotted with white ghost gums, waterholes, … Continued

Best pet-friendly caravan parks for happy trails, tales and tails

In partnership with our friends from Holidaying with Dogs. The thought of having to kennel your fur baby while embarking on a bliss-filled break can get your holiday off on the wrong foot. Dogs benefit from a change of surroundings, and they excited by the smells, sights and textures of a new landscape. Fortunately, the … Continued

Autumn adventures: part two

With winter fast approaching, we are inching closer to peak coldness while on the road. Part one of our ‘Autumn adventures’ series saw Victoria’s High Country, New South Wales’s Armidale and Queensland’s Toowoomba all on display. Keep reading to see Caravanning Australia’s recommendations for the Northern Territory, Western Australia, South Australia and Tasmania. Northern Territory … Continued

Wildin’ wildlife in South Australia

If there’s any place in the world that has its fair share of cute, fun and cuddly animals, it’s Australia – and more specifically, South Australia. The abundance of wildlife goes unmatched, with the homes of these furry (and not so) friends complementing their personalities. Here are some of the best spots we recommend across … Continued

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