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The Greater Litchfield Loop

The secret is out: as Territorians have long known, Litchfield National Park is every bit as enigmatic and awe-inspiring as Kakadu, albeit on a smaller scale. Barely a stone’s throw from Darwin, the Greater Litchfield Loop takes you through some of the most unique habitats on the planet. Darwin to Batchelor – 150 kilometres As … Continued

Great Ocean Road highlights

Tried and true, the Great Ocean Road Touring Route consistently ranks among Australia’s most breathtaking road trips for a reason. Home to the Twelve Apostles and some of the most iconic views in the country, this drive weaves through rainforests and hugs cliff faces against a backdrop of dramatic coastal panoramas. Geelong to Lorne – … Continued

Tasmania’s own top end

The lush greenery of Northern Tasmania is a far cry from the savannas of the Northern Territory; its babbling streams and bucolic panoramas bear no resemblance to Kakadu, but Tassie’s very own Top End holds its own on the national stage. Binalong Bay and the Bay of Fires Start your Tassie Top End voyage with … Continued

Top autumn spots in Western Australia

Whether you’re looking for ways to wind down or amp up the action this autumn, Western Australia has it all. Dive into a seaside paradise of amazing marine life before adventuring to outback national parks for unique flora and fauna. Ningaloo Reef Marine Park It’s always summer at Ningaloo Marine Park, as its warm autumn … Continued

The Victorian travel bucket list

If you want to experience Victoria, then it’s vital to explore places outside the city. Here we take you through what to put on your Victorian bucket list. The Great Ocean Road Put simply, this one should be at the top of your list. The huge coastline is famous for its rugged beauty, which includes … Continued

See the sights of South East Queensland

There’s no denying that Queensland is a beautiful place. With its stretching coastline, tropical rainforests and charming small towns, it’s no wonder so many people flock to the Sunshine State every year to soak up the sun. Toowoomba If history is your thing, you’re in the right place because Toowoomba is where you can find … Continued

Top coastal adventures in Queensland

Covering nearly two million square kilometres, Queensland is home to a huge variety of different experiences. It’s the coast that attracts the most tourism over the summer season – and for good reason. The sunshine state is not afraid to turn up the heat, in more ways than one. Gladstone On the other side of … Continued

Must-visit destinations on WA’s Coral Coast

Western Australia’s Coral Coast is the ultimate place to wind-down this Summer. Boasting a plethora of natural attractions, the region is far more than its beautiful, blue beaches; there exists a world of marine life, bird life, flora and fauna just waiting to be discovered. We’ve selected our favourite two destinations of the Coral Coast … Continued

Embark on the Greater Blue Mountains

The Greater Blue Mountains Drive is a splendid mix of nature and culture, with bushwalks through ancient flora, waterfalls at every turn, unspoilt Indigenous Australian art and the Southern Hemisphere’s steepest aerial cableway. The perfect spot for your spring holiday, the Blue Mountains area is a sanctuary for tea lovers, history fanatics and zealous foodies. … Continued

Feel the sand along Savannah Way

Broom needn’t be the start or end of your Savannah Way adventure. Further down the coast, you’ll find all manner of delights to keep you travelling indefinitely. What could be more enticing than 80 miles of beach? 136 miles, of course! The Eighty Mile Beach Marine Park has 220 kilometres of beaches that feature vast … Continued

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