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Power sources for your remote getaway

Caravanners and campers share in the joy of roaming obscure and far-flung corners of our beautiful country, but they just can’t seem to settle on the best way to power these adventures. Solar power Because solar panels activate with sunlight, they are a viable long-term solution to powering your adventures off the grid. For travellers … Continued

Technology on the road

One of the many joys of hitting the road is the chance to swap glaring screens and endless beeping notifications for the serene beauty of Australia’s natural environment; however, a few simple touches of technology can greatly improve your travelling experience and ensure that your trip runs smoothly. GPS and satellite navigation For any trip, … Continued

World War II: The Bombing of Darwin

On 19 February 1942, just 10 weeks after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the city of Darwin came under attack by Japanese forces in what was to become a defining moment in Australian history. Heavy cruisers, submarines, warplanes launched from ships, land-based bombers and more than 180 aircraft were levelled against Darwin Harbour. By the … Continued

New South Wales highlights

From stunning coastal landscapes to the undulating plains of the New England region, New South Wales is jam-packed with quality travel destinations for you to visit this autumn. Jervis Bay The pure white sands and turquoise waters of Jervis Bay are truly spectacular; if you’re undecided about where to go on your next New South … Continued

Must-have autumn caravanning accessories

Make the most of your autumn getaway, and check out our ultimate list of the latest and greatest caravan and camping accessories for saving space, staying safe, keeping connected and having a great time! Handheld Espresso Machine Australians know about good coffee, and sometimes the instant stuff just doesn’t cut it – even when we’re … Continued

Delights in the Yarra Valley

Renowned for its incredible wines, cheeses and smallgoods, the Yarra Valley is the perfect destination for a relaxing daytrip of meandering, tasting and breathing in the fresh valley air. What’s more, the rolling green hills, picturesque vineyards, rustic buildings and alluring mountain ranges are just a stone’s throw away from Melbourne’s outer suburbs. Coldstream to … Continued

Taste of the Hunter Valley

Located two hours north of Sydney, the Hunter Valley is a spectacular pocket, with impressive local wine and produce set against a stunning backdrop of fertile rolling hills. Home to some of the oldest vineyards in Australia, which produce internationally acclaimed wines, the Hunter Valley is the perfect destination to unwind and treat your tastebuds … Continued

Secrets of the Great Inland Way

The sheer size and diversity of Australia is something you can’t truly appreciate until you’ve driven through it. This is especially true of inland regions, where the sparsely populated countryside holds onto some of Australia’s best-kept secrets. You can discover some of them along the Great Inland Way. Sydney to Dubbo The Great Inland Way … Continued

Queensland’s gourmet delights

Queensland has for too long been glossed over in the gourmet stakes in favour of Melbourne’s café scene, or South Australia’s wine regions. But Australia’s Sunshine State is far from just a pretty face – when it comes to delicious and wonderfully diverse delicacies, Queensland is a quiet achiever with world-class dining and drinking destinations … Continued

Take a drive through Perth and beyond

From the surf to the forest, and from sleepy rural towns to the busy metropolis of Perth, the mighty south-west is brimming with unique natural environments, activities and experiences for you to enjoy this autumn – and what better way to see it all than from behind the wheel? South-west coast While you may have heard of … Continued

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