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South West Slopes for history buffs

New South Wales’s South West Slopes is a region covering the lower inland slopes of the Great Dividing Range. Offering every type of the state’s best natural and cultural offerings, you’ll move from grand hills, lush orchards and picturesque lakes to gold-mining towns, heritage buildings and steam railways that make for indelible memories. Young The … Continued

Experience Tasmania’s boundless North-West

Whether you’re a sun lover or a shade seeker, you can have the best of both worlds this summer in Tasmania’s north-west. Jump from your kayak on the aqua waters of a sunny beach before walking up lush mountains on bushwalks shaded by curving trees and surrounded by waterfalls. Sheffield Sheffield is a nature fanatic’s … 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

Rediscover nature on the South Coast

Explore some of Australia’s most exquisite natural attractions on the South Coast of Australia. 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 thrilling escape … 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

A festive retreat on the Yorke Peninsula

Marvel at South Australia’s most remarkable offerings as you embark on more than 700 kilometres of coastline on the Yorke Peninsula. The peninsula indulges its visitors with some of Australia’s finest beaches, farmland, seafood, fishing, shipwrecks and mining towns. With plenty of camping options and caravan parks to choose from, you’re all out of excuses … Continued

Explore Queensland’s charming outback

While Queensland is world-famous for its astonishing beaches, it also has a lesser-known outback charm to match. As you drive further into Australia’s centre, the soil becomes redder, the sun feels hotter and a picturesque Outback setting emerges. Balonne Shire Nestled along the bucolic Wallam Creek is the town of Bollon, where emus roam the … Continued

Touring beyond Wildflower Way

If the Wildflower Way tour of Western Australia’s most prized flora leaves you wanting for more, don’t miss these incredible places with their own unique wildflower displays. With thousands of rare species to explore, both crazed wildflower enthusiasts and floral amateurs will never tire of the seas of colour that bloom each year. Perth Hills … Continued

Hand-pick your Yarra Valley holiday

It’s so close to Melbourne that it makes for a cultured and convenient weekend getaway for city dwellers; but it’s fresh, eucalyptus-drenched air, gourmet wine and food, and spectacular scenery entices those from afar just as easily – it’s the beautiful Yarra Valley. No matter the season, this pocket of Victoria has a little something … Continued

A detour to remember

If you’re too far south for a trip along all of the Great Tropical Drive, never fear! The beaches of Yeppoon are just as dazzling, and there are countless fascinating attractions waiting to be explored. In the Mount Jim Crow National Park, visit the impressive 221-metre tall Mount Jim Crow, the ancient remains of a … Continued

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