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Touring the Tasman Peninsula
The wild cliffs, the sweeping views and the expansive farmlands of the Tasman Peninsula seem like a world apart from Tasmania, yet it takes less than an hours drive from Hobart in your campervan to re ...

Daylesford: Australia's Spa Capital
Do you need a holiday that really refreshes your body and soul? One of complete physical indulgence, where every mental and bodily ailment is tended to and abolished, leaving a new person with a fresh ...

Esperance - A Secret No More!
Its called the 'Secret South'- the length of Western Australian coastline next to the Southern Ocean that until recently has been largely ignored by the tourist masses. But as travellers get more intr ...

Riverland Country
The fertile fields of the Riverland draw life from the long hours of sunshine falling on them and from the smooth flowing waters of the mighty Murray River- offering up a juicy bounty of grapes, citru ...

Daydream Island, Whitsundays Australia
Now is the time to start thinking about your next holiday and where you would like to go. Why not have a serious look at visiting Daydream Island in the fabulous Whitsunday's region of Australia? This ...

Port Lincoln: Hub of the Eyre Peninsula
The abundant wonders of the Eyre Peninsula are well documented, and make for an exciting and intriguing tour in a campervan. One of the largest towns, which is something of an informal capital for the ...

Serenity in Stanley
The north west of Tasmania is relatively unknown in tourist circles, with the large National Parks and towns seeming to get the majority of any travel promotion. This is a travesty when you consider t ...

It's All Good in Port Macquarie
Located about 400 kilometres north of Sydney on the New South Wales Central Coast lies one of the most diverse seaside destinations in Australia. Port Macquarie, with its population of 40 000 people, ...

Kings Canyon: Scenic Desert Royalty
The harsh desert landscapes of the 'red centre' of Australia are as unforgiving and brutal as they are beautiful. Stretching as far as the eye can see are miles and miles of sunbaked earth, seemingly ...

Australian Island Resorts
Australian Island resorts are situated in the states of Queensland and New South Wales, in Australia's north and east and they enjoy a superb sub tropical or tropical climate depending on their latitu ...

St Helens - Pieces of the Past
A tour through the north east of Tasmania is a journey through a kaleidoscope of colour. Inland there are the lush green rolling fields and the dark pine forests, punctuated by the purples and yellows ...

7 Tips for a Fun Filled Family Holiday
With five children ranging from four through to sixteen, I have experienced some of the best and worst of travelling with children. Tempting as it often is to postpone our annual trips away together, ...

Strahan - Raw Beauty on the Tassy West Coast
The World Heritage area that covers some 20 per cent of Tasmania is at it's most wild and beautiful on the island's West Coast. Here the thundering waves of the Southern Ocean and the uninhabited rock ...

The Macedon Ranges - Pure Escapism
An hour from Melbourne yet worlds away at the same time, the Macedon Ranges are a little corner of the Victorian countryside whose rich history, cool climate and stunning natural sights and sounds pro ...

Charleville - The Real Outback
The beauty of Queensland is its diversity, and one fantastic way to experience this is to head west towards the red heart of Australia to the largest town in the southern central outback. The journey ...

Tom Price - Desert Harmony
Inland Western Australia consists of desert scenery as far as the eye can see. Mile upon mile of red earth bakes under the sun, covered in spartan vegetation and home to hardy outback critters. Everyt ...

Geraldton: Islands, Mountains and Beaches
450 kilometres north of Perth on the West Coast of Australia, Geraldton AKA 'The Sunshine City' is fast becoming Australia's favourite winter playground. With warm temperatures the whole year round an ...

Byron to Ballina
For the traveller who prefers to soak in the scenery and beauty of each mile at a more leisurely pace, the route from Byron to Ballina is perfect. This lifestyle is a combination of relaxation and cre ...

Apollo Bay - Seaside Spectacle
The scenic delights of the Great Ocean Road in Victoria are well known to campervan travellers who traverse its length in droves, taking in the stunning ocean views, weird geological formations and th ...

Australians Torn Apart: To Swim or Not to Swim
We've all seen the adverts. First theres a close up of a bronzed beauty in a white bikini sashaying down the beach, her damp, sun-kissed locks bouncing from side to side with each step. Then the camer ...

The Kings Canyon: Outback Royalty
The centre of Australia is dominated by millions of square kilometres of sunbaked red earth, punctuated irregularly by geological features that vary in their degree of spectacle from interesting to co ...

Traralgon and the Latrobe Valley
The expansive Gippsland region covers most of eastern Victoria, stretching from the beaches and lakes of the southern coast right up to the snowfields of the Alpine National Park, encompassing rainfor ...

Victoria's Shipwreck Coast
On a sunny, calm day there is nowhere more beautiful than the Victorian Coastline to the west of Melbourne. The blue waters, pristine beaches and amazing limestone features are the picture of serenity ...

Bowen: Gem of the Coral Coast
The town of Bowen is situated on the Queensland coast in the northern parts of the Whitsunday region. As a tourist destination it's often overlooked in favour of its southerly neighbour, Airlie Beach, ...

The Rugged Scenery of the East Macdonnell Ranges
It doesn't matter if you are travelling from Ayers Rock, Adelaide, Darwin or Tennant Creek, all roads lead to Alice Springs, and with two majestic ranges on either side it is so worth exploring the wi ...

Shining Bright in North East Victoria
The Alpine High Country of Victoria lies in the North Eastern part of the state, an expansive region characterised by colourful and lively valleys, snow capped mountain peaks and wide open spaces. Nes ...

Exploring the West Coast of Tasmania
The beauty of the Tasmanian countryside is the feeling of isolation you get there. Gazing out over some of the mountains, forests and lakes its hard to remember that we live in an industrialised world ...

Charters Towers - Scenic Gold Mining Town
Charters Towers is unpretentious and everything Australian, formally the second largest city in Queensland. Easily reached, just over an hour south west from Townsville, it is perfect as a base to dis ...

Whale Watching at Hervey Bay
On our recent Australian holiday we stayed in Hervey Bay and while we were there it was the annual whale watching season. Hervey Bay is a colourful seaside resort town with a magnificent beach and a n ...

Family Fun on the Gold Coast
I was lying in bed last night thinking of the sensational Gold Coast accommodation we stayed at on our recent holiday to Australia. The gold Coast is located in the far south of the state of Queenslan ...

Driving the Queensland Coast
Some of my fondest childhood memories are of Dad piling us into the back of the old Ford and heading north on a road trip from Brisbane via Gladstone, Mackay,Townsville and eventually tropical Cairns. ...

Small Town Tasmania - Forth and Beyond
Tasmania is rich in secrets- around every corner of its historic towns are harboured stories and tales of years gone by. Its full heritage and lively history are indicative of its interesting past, a ...

Phillip Island
It's a pleasant two hour drive from the centre of Melbourne to Phillip island, one that takes you through the city and then around the banks of Westernport Bay to the mainland town of San Remo, where ...

Discover Mount Isa
Dominating Western Queensland's countryside is the widespread mining city of Mount Isa. With borders extending for hundreds of kilometres in each direction, including some of the country's most beauti ...

Something For Everyone in the Murraylands
The hustle and bustle of the city centre seems a million miles away as you watch the sinking sun spreads its orange glow over the smooth waters of the Murray River. A flock of migratory waders flies o ...

Busselton - Treasure of the South West
One of Australia's most beautiful treasures, Busselton is rich with history, tourism, culture and natural attractions. This is the ideal destination for your driving holiday, perfect as a base for enj ...

Amazing Avoca
If you are looking for brilliant blue waters lined by a rugged coastline and long white beaches, look no further than Avoca Beach. Located on the Central Coast of New South Wales just 100 kilometres n ...

Ulladulla - Relax on the NSW South Coast
Ulladulla is the centrepiece of a trio of attractions on the New South Wales south coast that together combine history, the ocean and a stunning hinterland to provide an all-in-one destination that is ...

Bowral - The Fashionable Countryside
The ideal positioning of the Southern Highlands in New South Wales has contributed enormously to their progression as a world class tourist destination. An hours drive from Sydney, and just over two h ...

Top 21 South Australia Hotspots
South Australia has so much to offer, here are just a few of the highlights. The capital Adelaide, the world Famous Barossa Valley, the unique town of Coober Pedy and Kangaroo Island, plus much more...

Amazing Seascapes in Albany
The south west of Australia has plenty to offer the intrepid campervan explorer. Thick, towering forests lie side by side with rugged, rocky coastlines and beautiful beaches, all interspersed with qua ...

Ballarat's Colourful Culture
Combined with the distinct four seasons of the local climate this gives Ballarat a very European feel that visitors find unique to Australia and thus very refreshing. Add to this all the attractions of the Victorian Goldfields, which are just a stones throw away.

Beautiful Busselton
When thinking of Western Australia images of hot desert landscapes sweltering under a ferocious sun come to mind. But 200 kilometres south of Perth is the the Busselton/Margaret River region, where in ...

Discover Carnarvon Gorge
Carnarvon Gorge is one of Queensland's hidden treasures, with a smorgasbord of natural attractions in every direction. Driving from Brisbane, the easiest route is via Roma and Injune which takes about ...

Townsville - Where Coast Meets Country
Townsville is a tropical destination in Queensland often passed by in favour of its more northerly neighbour, Cairns. It is a quieter alternative, without the hordes of backpackers and yet with just a ...

Shark Bay - Where the Dugongs Play!
Don't let the name conjure up images of deadly, man-eating predators in your mind and prevent you visiting the amazing part of Western Australia that is Shark Bay. This World Heritage listed region is ...

Coober Pedy: Outback Opals and Underground Living
Outback Australia can be a harsh and unforgiving environment. Boiling hot days, chilly nights and dry, dry conditions explain why the majority of Australia's red centre is largely uninhabited. Yet its ...

Victorias Top 21 Hot Spots
Here is a list of just some of the amazing things to do and see whilst visiting Victoria. Some of the destinations included here are, Melbourne, Ballarat, Snowy River National Park and Lakes Entrance, and this is only half the list!

Exploring the Tweed
The highest town on the New South Wales coastline is the inimitable Tweed Heads, a picture perfect coastal resort town that tempts Queenslanders down across the border and tries its best to stop trave ...

Top 21 Northern Territory Hot Spots
1. DarwinThe capital of Northern Territory, Darwin is the base for incredible natural attractions such as Kakadu and Litchfield National Park. You can travel along the Arnhem Highway into Kakadu, or v ...

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