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The Murray River Trail Finale

You’ve made it to Swan Hill, so from here, it’d be a shame not to continue into South Australia to complete the full course of the Murray. SWAN HILL TO MILDURA Winding your way north-west along the river, you’ll soon reach Mildura, an inland centre known for its fruit – in particular, its famous oranges. … Continued

Instagram-worthy destinations in Western Australia

Each spring, a tapestry of brilliant blue, vivid pink, scarlet and lemony yellow wildflowers materializes across Western Australia’s desert soils in an extravagant farewell to winter. Western Australia is home to 12,000 wildflower species, 60 per cent of which don’t exist anywhere else on the planet. You won’t be able to resist the infinite photo … Continued

Top 5 destinations of the Explorer’s Way

The Explorer’s Way is an iconic Australian road trip that weaves through some of South Australia’s most spectacular landscapes. From Adelaide, you’ll journey through the temperate Mediterranean climate of the Clare Valley, and on to South Australia’s vast arid plains and salt lakes. ADELAIDE Your journey begins in South Australia’s picturesque capital city. Soak up … Continued

Safety tips for your roadie in Northern Australia

Common throughout the remote northern regions of Australia, water crossings are at their most dangerous around the beginning and end of the wet season. If you encounter a large body of water, there are a few important points to remember. Most important is that they’re potentially deadly if not approached with caution. It’s certainly not … Continued

Sydney to Brisbane: The Scenic Route

For a slower, more scenic route from Sydney to Brisbane, or for a standalone picturesque loop, consider taking your caravan along New South Wales’s Fossickers Way. We take you through the touring route’s member towns, and show you the best way to explore a region known for hiding precious gems. NUNDLE TO TAMWORTH Start your journey … Continued

5 Indigenous sites across Australia

Indigenous people have occupied Australia for at least 60,000 years, living on and with the land. As a result, there are thousands of significant and ancient sites scattered across the nation. From rock art galleries and shelters, to middens and natural features, these sites have deep significance to Indigenous people for social, cultural, spiritual, commemorative and historical reasons. … Continued

Top spring spots in Tassie

Tasmania offers some of Australia’s most impressive natural sights all year round, but its landscapes reach stunning new heights in spring. Get ready to feast your senses on the island state’s abounding treasures of the season. LAVENDER FIELDS, TASMANIA As spring sweeps across Tasmania’s impossibly picturesque lavender fields, delicate buds greet the warmer weather. The … Continued

Wander the Fitzgerald Coast

Down south, the Golden Outback’s iconic white sands, aqua waters and rugged shores make for a heavenly seaside adventure. This corner of the Golden Outback is blessed with some of the world’s most sublime beaches, eclectic marine life and untouched islands; and vast, endlessly promising outback in the other. Esperance A seven-and-a-half-hour drive from Perth, … Continued

The Outback Intro Loop

Plunge into New South Wales’s formidable desert backyard and discover a region that is as rich in natural beauty as it is in character. The Outback Intro Loop is your ticket to a world far removed from the state’s well-trodden shoreline drives and Sydney’s icons. On the contrary, there will be times when the road … Continued

Natural masterpieces on the Outback Way

The Red Centre isn’t just an Australian treasure; it’s a global one. One of nature’s genuine masterworks, it’s our continent’s throbbing heart. Vibrant Indigenous cultures have thrived here for millennia – and remained unknown to outsiders until the 19th century, when white explorers began their fruitless search for a long-gone inland sea. Modern conveniences have … Continued

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