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Outdoor Adventure in the Snowy Mountains
The Great Dividing Range lies on the border between New South Wales and Victoria, and here you will find the renowned Snowy Mountains, Australia's premier destination for snow holidays. Situated in th ...

Fine Folk and Fare in the Clare Valley
The Clare Valley is a quintessential example of country Australia at its best. Its photogenic landscapes are lush and green, and grape-laden vineyards spring out of its fertile soils. The beautiful si ...

Joondalup: The Peaceful North of Perth
For a Western Australian experience that brings you close to the state capital of Perth but far enough away that you escape the hustle and bustle of big city life look no further than Joondalup. Just ...

Walking Through Victoria
There are such a vast range of walks to choose from in Victoria that you could be walking all year and not cover every track. From long walks alongside the Great Ocean Road to the beauty of the Danden ...

Touring the Fleurieu Peninsula
A coat hanger-shaped strip of land jutting out into the ocean, the Fleurieu Peninsula has been a favourite holiday haunt of South Australians and tourists the world over for generations now. At its cl ...

Memories of Mungo National Park
Australia is known for its Aboriginal history and culture, and the Mungo National Park is one of those rare treasures that has captured the soul and beauty of this land as it was so long ago. Located ...

Peace and Quiet by the Blackwood River
A comfortable half days drive from Perth transports you to the different world that is the Blackwood River Valley. The gem in the crown of Western Australia's South West, the Valley is the ultimate co ...

Stanthorpe - The Coolest Place in Queensland!
Deep in the heart of the countryside, on the border of New South Wales and Queensland, lies the inimitable rural centre of Stanthorpe. An easy three hour drive in your campervan from Brisbane gets you ...

Tasmania - Top 21 Hot Spots
1. HobartOne of the most beautiful and popular destinations in Tasmania, Hobart has something for everyone. Located in the South East on the Derwent River, close to Mt Wellington and Mt Nelson, you wi ...

Newcastle: The Beauty Without the Bustle
Newcastle is a city in transition. A major industrial centre, and the largest export harbour in the Commonwealth, it is also the administrative and industrial centre of the Hunter Valley. Yet ease of ...

The Bellarine Peninsula
To the south-west of Melbourne lies the Bellarine Peninsula, one of Victoria's most picturesque regions. Bordered by Port Phillip Bay to the north and the Bass Strait to the south, this Peninsula prov ...

Bushwalking in Western Australia
Western Australia is known for its brilliant wildflowers, and a walking holiday combined with a rental car is one of the best way to see as much of this diverse state as possible. There are a large nu ...

The "Sunshine City" of Geraldton
There are not many cities in the world that have pristine coastline on their one side and majestic mountains rising up on the other side. Geraldton in Western Australia not only has this, but can also ...

Hideaway in the Huon Valley
The deep south of Tasmania is a land evocative of fairytales. The fruit growing in the lush valleys and plains is plumper than anywhere in Australia, and the snow capped crags and alpine moorlands lyi ...

Port Douglas and the Daintree
Just mentioning Port Douglas brings visions of palm tree beaches, lush rainforests and sarongs. Far North Queensland is one of the most visited and well known tourist destinations in Queensland, and f ...

National Parks of the Western Downs
The Western Downs of Queensland, Australia, are renowned for their wide open spaces and their friendly country folk who welcome all tourists with open arms. The peaceful lifestyle here instantly rubs ...

The Grampians Region
A three hour drive west of Melbourne in your campervan brings you to the wide skies, towering mountains and fertile plains of the Grampians region. The centrepiece of this impressive part of the state ...

Magnificent Margaret River
Western Australia has so much to offer, with stunning beaches, vast desert landscapes, rugged landforms and sweeping countryside. It also offers the stunning Margaret River. Known for its sweeping vin ...

The Cape to Cape Trek
The lighthouses of Cape Naturaliste in the north and Cape Leeuwin 135 kilometres below it mark the beginning and end of one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline Australia has to offer. While t ...

Bushwalking in South Australia
South Australia offers amazing diversity and breathtaking beauty in every direction. For the nature lover you can choose from the large number of sprawling parks surrounding the city of Adelaide to th ...

Litchfield National Park
An easy two hour drive south west from Darwin brings you to the expansive majesty of the Litchfield National Park. Closer and simpler to reach it is still often shunned in favour of the more well know ...

Top 21 Western Australia Hot Spots
Top 21 places to visit in Western Australia comprising of some amazing destinations such as, Coral Bay, Monkey Mia, Swan Valley and Rottnest Island. Full of things to see and do, a must read for the West Australian traveller.

The Beautiful Beaches of Queensland
Queensland's beaches rank right up the top with the best beaches in the world, with visitors flocking from every direction to enjoy the long white coastal stretches and shimmering waters. From Coolang ...

Ningaloo Reef
Ningaloo Reef is said to be Western Australia's answer to the Great Barrier Reef, and what an answer it is. But its the differences between the two that make Ningaloo stand out, as well as the similar ...

Trekking in Tasmania
Tasmania is one of the best states to visit if you are looking for beautiful walking trails. Combined with a driving holiday you are within a day of most walks, and there is so much to see and do in b ...

Newcastle: A Changing City
Just 150 kilometres north of Sydney lies the second largest city in New South Wales, Newcastle. Essentially an industrial city this port is vital to the Australian economy because of the large amount ...

Historical Port Arthur
Welcome to Port Arthur, a city where history seems to seep out of the walls and rise out of the floors of the ancient buildings. Initially a penal settlement, Port Arthur was largely built by the pris ...

Explore the Great Ocean Road
A unique Australian treasure, the Great Ocean Road offers travellers one of the most spectacular coastal drives in the world, and has to be experienced. It is the perfect destination for the self driv ...

The Colonial Charm of Port Fairy
Port Fairy is situated on the treacherous Shipwreck Coast, which is said to have laid waste to over 700 ships in years gone by. These have become an attraction in themselves, and there are many in the waters nearby that are popular amongst scuba divers.

New Norfolk: The Perfect Laid Back and Lush Location
With a wealth of natural resources, beautiful scenery and stunning vistas Tasmania is full of surprises as a touring destination. It is the most ideally situated state in Australia for a campervan hol ...

Walk the Trials of New South Wales
Walking the trails in NSW Experienced bushwalkers are looking for challenges and diversity. Beginner bushwalkers are looking for safety and beauty. New South Wales has some of the most diverse walking ...

Apollo Bay: Paradise by the Sea
Nestled in at the base of the Otway Ranges, separating the lush green rainforest from the deep azure blue of the Southern Ocean, lies the peaceful coastal hamlet of Apollo Bay. Referred to by locals, ...

The West Macdonnell Ranges
For most people mention of Alice Springs stirs up images of expansive and dusty red space, stark desert landscapes that are harshly beautiful, simmering under the hot sun that beats down onto the cent ...

A Colourful Getaway at Rainbow Beach
Rainbow Beach has everything to offer the adventurous sun seeker, with camping spots in every direction, the world's largest sand island a short ferry ride away and spectacular coloured sands along th ...

The Wonders of Wollongong
Just an hour south of Sydney lies the interesting, diverse and beautiful regional city of Wollongong, which is often overlooked by tourists in favour of the bright lights and famous landmarks of the N ...

Tour the Tropics in Townsville
For the ultimate tropical holiday in Queensland head to Townsville and take a couple of weeks to explore this pretty little city and its beautiful surrounds. Townsville is unique because there is a co ...

Queensland Walking Trails
Walking the Queensland Trails Queensland offers some of the most picturesque and enjoyable bushwalking experiences in Australia. There is such a diversity of walks to choose in South East Queensland, ...

Australian Gold Coast Offers More Than Just A Surfers' Paradise
There is no puzzle as to why Surfers Paradise, which is part of the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia is such a popular holiday destination. After all, it is the entertainment and glam capital of th ...

Wine, Warmth and Good Cheer in the Clare Valley
Country Australia has a big reputation, one that evokes images of wide open spaces, rolling green fields and friendly faced folk. And no where else is country Australia better represented than in the ...

Drive the Beautiful Canberra Region
The ideal getaway destination, Canberra offers a wide diversity of attractions and scenery. Australia's capital is often thought of as structured and predictable, but further out from the city you wil ...

The Forests and the Falls of the Otway Ranges
As the Great Ocean Road winds its way past the treacherous yet beautiful Skeleton Coast most of it's travellers are too captivated by ocean views, sheer cliffs and impressive limestone formations to c ...

4 x 4 Stradbroke Island
Any time is a good time to visit Stradbroke, one of the world's largest sand islands. With its magnificent beaches, white sandy 4WD tracks throughout the island and incredible views it has everything ...

The Limestone Wonders of the Shipwreck Coast
In years gone, mention of the Shipwreck Coast struck chills into the hearts of seafaring men who had heard of the ships and sailors lost while trying to navigate past this perilous stretch of the Aust ...

Shark Bay: Nature's West Australian Playground
The Western Australian coastline can be harsh and unforgiving, desolate and barren. Yet there are certain spots on it whose beauty and extravagance seem to leap out of nowhere and surprise even the co ...

Agnes Waters and The Town of 1770
The attractions of The Town of 1770 and Agnes Waters are not limited to the beaches and the reef. Just a short drive away are two National Parks, Deepwater to the south and Eurimbula to the north.

Amazing Alice
Alice Springs is one of Australia's most well known outback towns. It is almost in the centre of the Territory and lies between the West and East MacDonnell Ranges, and can be reached in a day's drive ...

Visit Ayers Rock
This is the landmark of the territory and one of the most stunning natural marvels in the world. It is the summit of a buried mountain, the largest monolith on earth, rising unbelievably huge, and abr ...

Alice Springs Travel Guide
Alice Springs is a modern desert town, which tourists find completely in accordance with their image of Australia. In 1860 explorer John Stuart became the first white man to set foot on the present si ...

Australia - An Overview
Australia was settled by "convicts" from Great Britain in 1878. These "hardened criminals", such as poachers, pickpockets, rebels, prostitutes, and cardsharks were shipped here after being convicted i ...

Australia - Facts for Tourists
Visa: A visa is required... Contact Australia Tourist Commission... and for free maps, and tourist information. Or call them.Currency: The Australian Dollar... 100 cents to the Dollar. Bills are 1,2, ...

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