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Discover the undiscovered in NT

There’s far more to the Northern Territory than meets the eye of most travellers. Experience the not-so-known this spring, with our top picks for the Northern Territory. From Darwin to Pellew Islands, we’ve got you covered with what to do and where to stay. Tjuwaliyn (Douglas) Hot Springs, Darwin The Tjuwaliyn (Douglas) Hot Springs are … Continued

Beyond the coast of sunshine state

Covering nearly two million square kilometres, Queensland is home to a variety of experiences. Don’t be fooled by its title as the sunshine state; it’s not solely the coast of Queensland that demands a drive-by. Explore fascinating ghost towns in the shadows of its glowing red dunes this spring. We’re taking you to the outback! … Continued

Hitting the road: Curlwaa to Batemans Bay

New South Wales boasts incredible geographical diversity, much of which can be discovered between Curlwaa to Batemans Bay. From sleepy coastal hideaways to inland agricultural meccas, welcome the warmer weather with a road trip between these two intriguing destinations. If you’re coming from the western side of Australia, or from Victoria, let’s hit the road … Continued

The best of Southern Ocean Drive

Explore some of Australia’s most exquisite natural attractions on the South Coast of Australia this spring. The journey boasts a competitive offering of timeless favourites, lavished with wineries, beaches and bushwalks. But it’s the age-old, untouched natural wonders – the sinkholes, sea lion colonies, humpback whales, sand boarding and cave diving – that give this … Continued

Romantic Destinations in WA

From the Granite Loop to the Great Southern, discover the romance of Western Australia’s native flowers, including a number of species which can be traced back 65 million years to the time of the supercontinent Gondwana. THE GRANITE LOOP – THE WHEATBELT The Granite Loop is so-named because it takes you on a tour of … Continued

Secrets of the Overlander’s Way

Queensland’s famed Overlander’s Way offers travellers a glimpse of the best that Australia’s Sunshine State has to offer. From island to outback, the trail is laden with timeworn treasures, charming tropical spectacles and red ochre landscapes. TOWNSVILLE TO CHARTERS TOWERS – 137 KILOMETRES Boasting more than 300 days of sunshine each year, Townsville is the … Continued

Natural Highlights in NSW

Whether you’re journeying the Fossickers Way Loop or simply escaping the city this Spring, New South Whales is filled with natural regional highlights that won’t disappoint. Warrabah National Park  No matter where you are on the loop, you’ll be able to reach this park, which sits smack bang in the middle of the circuit. Your … Continued

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

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