Lower Glenelg National Park The Glenelg River in South West Victoria has been a big drawcard for campers and caravanners for many years but some of the better places to camp are not so well known. Pritchards camping ground was named after the original family who owned a river shack beside the river. When the […]
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Byron Bay, 770 kilometres north of Sydney, has the distinction of being Australia’s easternmost town There are many aspects of this small coastal community that make it one of the most attractive destinations in New South Wales. Geographically, the bay is part of the Tweed Volcano caldera that erupted 23 million years ago, leaving a […]
Like all good stories, the Julia Creek Dirt n Dust Festival all began with a round of drinks. In 1994 a few locals sat around spinning yarns over a cold one at the local Town & Country Club when the topic of conversation shifted to one question “How do we put our town on the […]
When it comes to favourite Top End destinations, are you crazy about Kakadu or do you love Litchfield more? For millions of annual visitors, Kakadu’s kaleidoscopic scenes and bucket list adventures make this destination a must-do: tremendous sheer-drop waterfalls, barramundi-filled billabongs and thousand-year-old rock art. But experiencing the dazzling, unequalled diversity of Australia’s largest World […]
A splendid part of Aussie history With a history dating back to the 1870s, the old, narrow gauge railway line running north-south through Outback Australia formed an important part of the historic Ghan Railway which provided a vital link to Central Australian regions well over a century ago. When the Central Australian rail line was […]