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  • Ocean Rafting

    Simply leave your mainland worries behind and escape to the pristine waters of the Whitsunday Islands on an Ocean Rafting adventure. Boasting a slick and steady fleet of lightning quick and manoeuvrable semi-rigid watercrafts,…

  • Noosa National Park

    It’s easy to see why Noosa National Park claims the title of Australia’s most visited National Park. Just a short walk from the hustle and bustle of Noosa town centre, Noosa National Park’s remarkable…

  • Big 4 Adventure Whitsunday

    A splendid and relaxing tropical wonderland close to the heart of Airlie Beach, this sophisticated park has a host of facilities to keep you entertained for days. The parks lush natural surrounds are complimented…

  • Magnetic Island

    Access to Magnetic Island is possible via Sealink Ferries 19 daily ferry departures from Townsville’s Breakwater Ferry Terminal. A majestic aquatic paradise compromising of small island villages, unspoilt turquoise beaches and vast areas of…

  • Castle Hill

    Standing at 232 metres tall, the colossal pinnacle of radiant red rock towers over the Townsville skyline from almost every angle. As one of the only major hills in a predominately horizontal landscape, Castle…

  • Mackay Blacks Beach Holiday Park

    Situated on the picturesque Blacks Beach overlooking the southern Whitsundays in the northern suburbs of Mackay. The five-acre property consists of new deluxe villas, 87 caravan/campsites, BBQ Area, Camp Kitchen, renovated Amenities Block, Swimming…

  • Poinciana Tourist Park

    Located on the impressive Capricorn Coast Scenic Highway just 200 metres from Cooee Bay and The Coral Sea, Poinciana Tourist Park is located close to shops, tourist services and Yeppoon town centre. With friendly…

  • Bluewater Park Rest Area

    Just 30 kilometres north of Townsville on the Bruce Highway, Bluewater Park Rest Area is a pleasant and well-placed free rest area and campsite. Operated and serviced by the Townsville City Council, this fancy-free…

  • Gin Gin Rest Area

    This modest free public rest area is situated directly on the Bruce Highway at the northern end of the delightfully named town of Gin Gin . Home to large spacious and shady campsites suitable…

  • Jowarra Park Rest Area

    Located close to the Glass House Mountains and Australia Zoo on Steve Irwin Way, this overnight rest area is controlled by The Main Roads Department and has a 20-hour stay limit. Ideal for road…

  • Bruce Highway, QLD, Australia

    Overview Connecting the golden surf beaches, sand islands and hinterlands of South-East Queensland to the iconic sugarcane fields, jagged escarpments and clear waters of the north, The Bruce Highway is your gateway to the…

  • Bright Autumn Festival

    Every April the town of Bright, Victoria is blanketed in Australia’s most magnificent autumn foliage. Dense tree-lined streets are dotted by leafy red, orange, crimson and amber saplings flaunting the areas best seasonal colours.…

  • Australian Country Delusions On The Great Alpine Road

    Based in the cosmopolitan sprawl that encompasses the once quiet settlement of Brisbane, we are always looking to escape the limited confines of ‘the big smoke’ in search of truly authentic country experiences. I…

  • Rainy Day At Cape Tribulation

    We recently returned from a two-week road trip between Brisbane and Cape Tribulation in Far North Queensland. It’s safe to say that the weather gods had it in for us, as we were caught…

  • Otway Fly Treetop Adventures

    Fly between the trees of the rainforest canopy in Great Otway National Park suspended up to 30 metres above the ground on Victoria’s only certified zip-line tour. The 3.5-hour tour leads visitors through an…

  • Great Ocean Road, VIC, Australia

    Overview Lengthy sections of dramatic coastal highways merge with steep winding passages through splendid farmland, old growth rainforests and unique seaside landscapes to make The Great Ocean Road Australia’s most consistently spectacular road journey.…

  • Bogong Horseback Adventures

    There’s no better way to explore the majestic beauty of the Victorian Highlands than from horseback. So why not throw on a hat, boots, oilskin and saddle up, to take a ride with Bogong…

  • Beechworth Bakery

    Located inside two delightfully preserved buildings in the picturesque and historic Camp Street, Beechworth Bakery is without a doubt one of the finest Bakehouse establishments in Australia. With pleasant staff, a charming atmosphere and…

  • Ah Youngs Buckland River Campground

    If you’re looking for a rustic and isolated camping experience, then Ah Youngs Buckland River Campground is the perfect place. This small slice of paradise is located approximately 30 kilometres from Porepunkah on Buckland…

  • Porepunkah Bridge Caravan Park

    Just a quick drive off Great Alpine Road, Porepunkah Bridge Caravan Park is a peaceful oasis on the banks of Ovens River. Accommodations include; both powered and unpowered sites, standard cabins, ensuite cottages, deluxe…

  • Beechworth Ghost Tours

    Explore Beechworth’s shocking and violent past with one of Beechworth Ghost Tours informative, entertaining and frightening ghost tours. Home to some of the most disturbing and horrific incidents in Australian history, Beechworth Ghost Tours…

  • Great Alpine Road, VIC, Australia

    Overview Winding through deep mountain valleys, past weaving rivers, old growth forests, historic country towns and high-mountain passes, Australia’ highest sealed road provides drivers with unprecedented access to the spectacular Victorian Highlands. Location Linking…

  • Chasing Waterfalls On Waterfall Way

    For the last 20 years I have frequently traversed the East Coast of Australia between Brisbane and Newcastle, as part of my families traditional holiday migration. Our regular journeys alternated between the coastal Pacific…