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The Sunshine State

Welcome to the "Florida" of Australia (and we mean that in a good way!). Sun, surf and holiday vibes!

Gold Coast

The Gold Coast has it all. Golden Beaches, Green Hinterland and for the thrill seeker an array of Theme Parks.

Surfers Paradise is the “Vegas” of Australia. Just 30 mins from the beach you will find a subtropical hinterland. With amazing waterfalls (my favourite “Natural Bridge”), bushwalking trails and quaint villages.



Brisbane is one of Australia’s most beautiful cities with its classic laid back Aussie culture. Brisbane is a hub for culture, art and dining. Some of the best sights to visit on your trip to Brisbane include, visiting Southbank the home to a beautiful man made beach in the heart of the city, visit the botanical garden for a nice afternoon stroll.

I would also suggest taking a drive up to the summit of Mount Coot-tha to take in the breathtaking panoramic view of Brisbane city and Moreton Bay.


Sunshine Coast & Noosa

The Sunshine Coast and Noosa offer amazing sandy beachs and awesome surf spots. Climbing up to the top of Mount Coolum is a must when you visit the Sunshine Coast and if you want to cuddle a Koala or just chill out, I suggest spending a day at Steve Irwin Zoo. 

Noosa Heads is an upscale town offering boutique shops, amazing café & restaurants and great walking trails through Noosa National Park. 

Rainbow Beach

Rainbow Beach is for the adventure seeker with its striking beauty, home to Coloured sands and Double Island Point, be sure to stop in on your adventure. 

Rainbow Beach is also the Gateway to Fraser Island. You can take day tours or overnight tours. Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world and is also world heritage listed it is a place of exceptional beauty. 


Visit Tin Can Bay between 7.30am and 8.00am to feed some wild dolphins.

1770 & Agnes Waters

This is a destination that should be on your bucket list with its stunning natural wonders. With its pristine beaches, nearby islands and the Great Barrier Reef on its doorstep.

This is also one of the last places in Queensland with surf as you are travelling up north. There is a beauty and rawness here that gets under your skin and you can feel transported back in time to when captain cook sailed by.


Central Queensland offers travellers a unique travel experience. Rockhampton is different to most coastal towns and kind of tries to be the “Texas” of Queensland.

Rodeos are big events in Rockhampton and take place throughout the year with people travelling from all over to participate. Be sure to check one out you will not be disappointed. The Great Western Hotel is a unique Aussie pub and worth a stop for a nice cold beer.

Airlie Beach/Whitsundays

Airlie Beach is a very pretty little coastal town and the most popular destination for those looking to explore the Whitsunday islands.

The Whitsunday islands is made up of a group of 74 islands with the most popular being Whitehaven Beach. Whitehaven is a must stop on your Aussie roadtrip. Voted the number 1 beach in the world.


Try to book a tour which will include “Hill Inlet” you will not be disappointed.

"If you get the opportunity, we would highly recommend taking a scenic flight over the Great Barrier Reef"

Atherton Tablelands/Mission Beach

Hit the famous waterfall circuit of the Atherton Tablelands and be sure to recreate the Herbal Essence Hair flick. Some of the most popular waterfall are Millaa Millaa Falls, Malanda Falls, Zillie Falls, Ellinjaa Falls, Millstream Falls and Tchupala Falls to name a few.


Rainy season is best time of year as the waterfalls are nice and full.

Mission Beach is a beautiful beachside town and most popular with travellers to tick the Skydive off your bucket list as you get amazing view of the Great Barrier Reef and also get to land on the beach.

Cairns/Cape Tribulation

Cairns is the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, one of the natural wonders of the world and a must must see on your East coast trip. If you get the opportunity, we would highly recommend taking a scenic flight over the Great Barrier Reef as this is a sure way to understand why the Great Barrier reef is a wonder of the world. 

The Daintree Rainforest is amazing. This is where two world heritage sites meet, the Rainforest meets the reef. Swim, boat or fish in a profusion of lakes, rivers and waterfalls. “Tropical Paradise”

Western Australia

The Wild West

Where the big red meets the wild blue. Australia's rugged west is a major draw card for international & domestic travellers.


Perth is the capital of Western Australia, it sits where the Swan River meets the southwest coast. You can explore many areas of Perth, from Kings Park to the many Sandy beachs, Perth offers panoramic view of the city.

Take a day trip to Rottnest Island and make sure to grab your selfie with a Quokka. Rottnest Island features some of the world’s finest beaches and pristine bays. 

Fremantle is just 30 minutes from Perth city and there’s always plenty of things to do in Fremantle. Fremantle prison is a premier tourist attraction. Make sure to take a day tour and explore the labyrinth of tunnels 20 metres beneath the Prison.

Rockingham is 45 minutes south of Perth and offers an abundance of things to do. You can take a day trip swimming with wild dolphins, Kayak around Shoalwater Island to see penguins and sea lions or skydive over the Shoalwater Islands and land right on the beach.


Margaret River

Margaret River region is a three-hour drive south of Perth, the region is known around the world for its top quality wines and food. There are more than 120 world class wineries to explore. Margaret River is also home to a range of craft breweries and distilleries. As well as wines, the region is known for its surf beaches on the Indian Ocean, mountain biking and kayaking up the river itself.

Not all the sites are above ground see the “suspended table” at Lake Cave. The table is a limestone crystal decoration, that hangs from the ceiling and hovers just above the surface of the cave’s permanent lake. It’s believed to be the only formation of its kind in the world.



Albany is a city at the southern tip of Western Australia and its known for its amazing beaches. Middleton Beach is popular for its soft white sand and gentle waves. Emu Point Beach is perfect for kayaking, while little beach has often been voted Western Australia’s best beach.

While in Albany be sure to Visit the National Anzac Centre and experience the World War I legend that shaped a nation.
Whale watching is very popular between May and October and you can spot whales from the shore or take a whale watching cruise.

It is also worth taking the short drive to Torndirrup National park it is known for its spectacular wave-carved rock formations including Natural Bridge, The Gap and Blowholes.


Esperance is a town on the south coast of Western Australia. Esperance is heaven for sea, sun and adventure lovers. Fishing, diving, sailing, surfing and sandboarding as just some of the activities you can participate in. You are sure to find your own little paradise and maybe even a sunbathing kangaroo. Esperance has the most vibrant blue water you will ever see, truly is a beach lovers dream.

Blue Haven Beach and Twilight Cove are perfect spots for swimming and snorkelling. If you would prefer to hit the surf we would recommend West Beach, Fourth Beach or Observatory Beach.

While in Esperance a trip to Hyden is advised to catch Australia’s Biggest waves – it’s nowhere near the ocean, but it is home to world famous Wave Rock.


Kalbarri National Park is located 485km north of Perth. This national park is one of the most spectacular parks in Western Australia. All roads within the park are sealed and suitable for 2WD vehicles. 500m from The Loop car park you will find Nature’s Window one of WA’s most iconic natural attractions. Kalbarri’s Coastal Cliffs feature magnificent, towering cliffs that plummet down to the ocean waves 100m below. 

Natural Bridge and Island Rock offer stunning coastal view and you can try spot marine life including whales and dolphins. 

Sharks Bay

Shark Bay is a World Heritage area and is one of the world’s greatest wilderness treasures. Located on the edge of the Australian continent. While in Sharks Bay region here are some of the must see places...


Drive Francois Peron National Park, a 4WD is required. At Francois Peron rust-red desert sand meets white beach sand and azure blue water.


See the oldest living fossils on Earth; the Hamelin Pool Stromatolites and world famous Shell Beach. Shell Beach is one of only a handful of places on the earth where shells replace sand in such a dramatic and picturesque way.


Dirk Hartog Island offers stunning natural beauty and untamed wilderness.


Monkey Mia is famous for its wild dolphin experience. Monkey Mia is surrounded by red sand dunes, white sandy beaches and water full of the most amazing marine life.

Ningaloo/ Coral Bay

The Ningaloo reef is one of the longest near shore reefs in the world and Australia’s largest fringing reef system stretching 300 kilometres. Diving and snorkelling is popular at Ningaloo with over 500 types of tropical fish and 6 species of sea turtle living in the coral gardens. The Ningaloo reef offers the incredible thrill of swimming with whale sharks. This truly is a once in a lifetime experience. 

Coral Bay is a marine paradise and named Coral Bay due to the beautiful coral gardens that lie just metres from the pristine white sandy beach. Its hard not to fall in love with Coral Bay, a place where you can swim with Manta Rays, Whale Sharks, Turtles or even Humpback whales. 

I would also highly recommend taking a scenic flight over the reef. It is incredible.


Turtle hatching season is very popular and takes place between February and March.


Broome is a beach resort town in Western Australia’s Kimberley region. Along its Indian Ocean coastline, the white sands of 22km long Cable Beach offers a dramatic backdrop for sunset camel rides. At Gantheaume Point nearby, dinosaur tracks are revealed in the beach’s red rocks during low tide. Watching the sun descend over the water on Cable Beach is a must have experience.

Broome is known for its Pearl farms; this is a vital industry in the town. Be sure to visit one of the working Pearl farms while in Broome.

Broome also has the largest known population of the snubfin dolphin be sure to keep an eye out to spot one of these cute looking mammals.

From March to October you can view the Staircase to the Moon on Roebuck Bay. Each full moon makes the mudflats at the Roebuck bay look like a set of gleaming stairs rising into the night sky. 

New South Wales

The Great Southern Land

With boundless immaculate coastline, the NSW Pacific Coast is one of the most iconic drives in the world...


Soak up the gorgeous Sydney Harbour. Take a ferry across the Harbour to Manly. See the Natural beauty of Bondi Beach and the seductive waters off Coogee. Lose yourself in the rocks or in the Markets, cafes and pubs of Paddington. 

As well as a world-famous Harbour and more than 70 sparkling beaches, Sydney offers fabulous food, festivals and 24 hours of fun.

6 'can’t miss' Sydney experiences:

The South Coast

Come see Kiama’s famous blow hole and take a drive on the famous Sea Cliff bridge, at Coal cliff, walk pearly white beaches and see dolphins frolic in sparkling waters in Jervis Bay. Meet grey Kangaroos and cruise the pristine Clyde River in Batemans Bay.

Try award-wining cheese at Bega and watch whales in Eden on the Sapphire Coast, near the Victorian border. The South Coast has 30 national parks, marine parks and reserves, as well as gorgeous beaches and rich Aboriginal history for you to explore.

Blue Mountains

The Blue Mountains is a rugged region west of Sydney in Australia’s New South Wales. Known for dramatic scenery, take a walk in the Blue Mountains and visit the Three Sisters or jump aboard the scenic skyway, or stop and see the beautiful Hawkesbury River.

It is also worth visiting the lookouts at Wentworth Falls, Govetts Leap and Echo Point they are spectacular.


Jenolan Caves is an underground wonderland, a labyrinth of stalactite-lined limestone caves sculpted by underground rivers.

Perrys Lookdown drive

The Hunter Valley

The Hunter Valley, north of Sydney in New South Wales, is one of Australia’s major wine regions. With more cellar doors than any other wine region in Australia, one of the great pleasures of wine tasting here is the incredible breadth of flavour and character.

A wine tour is a great way to enjoy the vineyards of the valley. Other options to experience the valley are by horseback, classic car or carriage, or soar gently over the vineyards in a hot air balloon.

Port Stephens

Port Stephens is a wonderful beach escape on a sparkling blue bay. Famous for its resident bottlenose dolphins and giant sand dunes. The best vantage points to view Port Stephens-Great Lakes Marine park are the Tomaree Head Summit and the Gan Gan Hill lookout. Be sure to take one of the dolphin watching cruises departing from Nelson Bay all year round. Between May and November Whale watching is very popular in this area.

Search for koalas in Tilligerry Habitat Reserve

Byron Bay

Byron Bay is famous for its stunning natural attractions and eclectic community. It is one of the world’s most famous coastal towns. There’s a beach for everyone in Byron. Main, Clarkes and Wategos beaches are patrolled year-round. Little Wategos is Australia’s easternmost beach and is accessible on foot from the path to Cape Byron Lighthouse.

 In Cape Byron Marine Park, you can snorkel in the crystal clear waters, dive off famous Julian Rocks and kayak up close to dolphins or whales during whale-watching season.

The Cape Byron walking track has stunning ocean views or follow trails through ancient rainforest around Wollumbin (Mount Warning).


Take in the sunset at Cape Byron Lighthouse and watch out for marine life below

"Byron Bay is also known as a party town and has plenty of pubs and nightclubs for all ages to enjoy."


Nimbin is known all over the world as Australia’s most famous hippie destination. A day trip to see it for yourself is a must. Nimbin is a colourful alternative lifestyle centre that’s just as captivating as the ancient UNESCO World Heritage rainforest that surrounds it. Nimbin is the perfect place to stay, to relax, rejuvenate and let Mother Nature work her charms. You can stay in a luxurious cabin on the edge of the rainforest, in a B&B or backpackers, or perhaps in a teepee with spectacular mountain views.

Explore Nightcap, Wollumbin and Border ranges national parks. Take the protesters falls walking track in Nightcap to a gorgeous waterfall.

Snowy Mountains

Hit Australia’s highest ski slopes at Charlotte Pass and climb Mt Kosciuszko, Australia’s tallest Peak. In winter, carve up the snow at fields such as Thredbo and Perisher Blue. In summer, take in the trout-filled streams and wildflower coasted plains going cycling, caving, rafting, kayaking, four-wheel driving, horse riding and hiking. Whatever the season, the Snowy Mountains has endless opportunities for outdoor adventure.


Van Diemen's Land

A terrifying prospect for unlucky convicts in the 1800's, Tasmania is now seen as a premier holiday location with glorious beaches and lush, isolated bush.


Hobart is Tasmania’s capital city and offers a blend of heritage, scenery, and culture. When In Hobart explore the converted colonial warehouses of Salamanca, Tasmania’s most visited attraction. Take a walking tour of Battery Point with its many historic houses dating from the first European settlement. Mount Wellington offers spectacular view of the city and harbour. 

South of Hobart are the clear waters and stunning coastline of Bruny Island. The island is about 50kms long but appears to be two islands with the North and South Bruny joined by a narrow strip of land called The Neck. A highlight is South Bruny National Park, with towering cliffs overlooking long sandy beaches. 


Launceston & the East Coast

Launceston is one of Australia’s oldest cities. Launceston offers elegant Colonial and Victorian architecture. From Launceston, you can follow the Tamar River north though Tasmania’s wine-growing region. Historic Villages are found around every corner, from Longford on the outskirts of Launceston to Evandale, Ross and Campbell Town along the Heritage Highway South. 

Tasmania’s East Coast offers natural beauty, spectacular landscapes and long beautiful beaches.


West Coast & Cradle Mountain

Tasmania’s West Coast is the Gateway to Tasmania’s Wilderness World Heritage Area, its rugged mountains, ancient rain forests and heath make Tasmania’s west one of Australia’s last true wilderness frontiers. 

Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park is one of the state’s most special places, where ancient pines fringe glacial lakes and icy streams cascade down rugged mountains. Dramatic Cradle Mountain is the rugged jewel of the park and can be seen from Dove Lake on a day visit. Take the two-hour walk around the lake or spend the day tackling Cradle Mountain’s summit. 

Northern Territory

Crocodile Country

One of the world's last true wilderness regions. Where ancient tropical wetlands fend off endless barren desert.


Darwin is the Capital city of the Northern Territory and a former frontier outpost. Its also a gateway to massive Kakadu and Litchfield National parks. Its popular waterfront area has several beaches and green areas like Bicentennial Park. Mindil Beach is famous for its night markets and Spectacular sunsets. Grab some amazing food from the stalls and sit on the beach to watch the sunset.

Take a day trip from Darwin to Twin Islands (Island of Smiles), experience first hand Aboriginal culture and amazing coastal landscape.


Litchfield National Park

Litchfield is only a 60 minute drive south of Darwin and perfect for a day trip. The park is filled with stunning waterfalls and waterholes. Swim beneath the tumbling Florence falls it is also recommended to make time for the 1.5km Florence Creek Walk, which will lead you to Buley Rockhole a collection of natural spas and whirlpools. Other suggested Waterfalls to visit are Tolmer falls and Wangi Falls.
Armies of termites have created tombstone-like field of giant termite mounds and are some of the most enormous in the Top End. Be sure to also check out Lost City, a collection of strange rock formations. It’s a truly impressive sight which you need a 4WD to make it over the rough track or you could take a tour option.

Kakadu National Park

Kakadu is a world heritage listed with the oldest living culture on the earth. It is Australia’s biggest national park where you will find ancient landscapes with amazing waterfalls, lush rainforests, wetlands, exotic wildlife and ancient rock art.

Some of the most popular waterfalls are Jim Jim Falls and Twin falls gorge. Gunlom Plunge Pool is a great spot to cool off from the hot midday sun in the serene plunge pool, with picnic areas shaded by tall gums.

Also it is highly recommended to spend a say cruising down the East Alligator River on the border of Arnhem Land and spot some of the region’s biggest saltwater crocodiles.

Arnhem Land

Arnhem Land is one of Australia’s last strongholds of traditional Aboriginal culture. Arnhem Land is beautiful and diverse with remote and beautiful coastlines and white sandy beaches.

You will experience true Australian wilderness in Arnhem Land, this is one of the least inhabited regions of the world.

Please note: To Visit Arnhem Land you will need to get a permit from the Northern Land Council. 

Our top 5 things to do in Arnhem Land:


Katherine is where the Outback meets the tropics. Discover a range of gorges and mitsy waterfalls, thermal springs and ancient cultures. Nitmiluk National park is the jewel of Katherine which includes 13 impressive gorges carved from the ancient sandstone country. You can explore the famous park on foot, boat, by canoe or helicopter.
Our top 5 things to do in Katherine:

Tennant Creek​

Now we are entering real Australia a vast land of endless highways, remote pubs, ancient rock and true outback characters. Tennant Creek is known for its million-acre cattle stations, gold mining heritage, Aboriginal culture and iconic rock formations.

The most iconic rock formation would have to be Devils Marbles. Standing up to 6 meters high and formed over millions of years.

Our top 5 things to do in Tennant Creek​:

Alice Springs

Alice Springs is a welcoming outback town popular for its outdoor activities. Alice is nestled between the East and West MacDonnell ranges. The East MacDonnell ranges stretch 150km from Alice Springs and is home to some of Central Australia’s most famous landscapes.

The West MacDonnell ranges stretch 161km from Alice Springs. Take a dip in the cold waters of the park’s permanent waterholes. The larger water holes include Ellery Creek Big Hole, Ormiston Gorge, Redbank Gorge and Glen Helen Gorge.

Alice Springs is very popular for its wide range of activities. Take a 30 minute Hot Air Balloon ride and experience the breathtaking feeling of floating silently above the outback as the sun rises over the desert.

Take a camel ride against the backdrop of the beautiful West MacDonnell ranges is a signature Red Centre experience.

Uluru/Ayers Rock

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is World Heritage-listed, Uluru is one of the greatest natural wonders of the world.

Not only is it a spectacular natural formation, Uluru is a deeply spiritual place. Made of sandstone, Uluru is often referred to as the heart of the “Red Centre”. See the colours change before your eyes and be amazed as Uluru captures your heart. Hike around the soaring rock domes of Kata Tjuta/ The Olgas at sunset and watch them glow and change colour with the surrounding desert landscape.
Our top 5 things to do around Uluru:

Kings Canyon

Watarrka National Park is only three hours’ drive from Uluru, and is home to the mighty Kings Canyon – a majestic destination featuring 300 metre high sandstone walls, palm-filled crevices, and views that stretch across the desert.


Four Seasons in Every Day

Although Victoria is comparatively smaller than its neighbours, it definitely retains its fair share of world famous icons.


Melbourne is the cultural capital of Australia. There is always something to discover. Hosier lane is world famous for its street art. Wander down the blue stone laneway and take in the amazing array of local and international street artists. St Kilda is Melbourne’s favourite beachside suburb and also home to a penguin colony. Be sure to check them out at St Kilda pier while also taking in a panoramic view of Melbourne skyline. For the trill seeker a visit to Luna park is a must.

Mornington Peninsula

Mornington Peninsula is just and hour from Melbourne and it combines the best of Europe’s coastal living with traditional Aussie Charm. Swimming with dolphin is a major attraction on the Mornington Peninsula.

Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges

Calling all wine lovers this is your stop. Yarra Valley is a world famous wine region.  Take an early morning balloon flight, meet passionate wine producers, or encounter platypus at Healesville Sanctuary in the Yarra Valley. Discover the hidden gems of the Dandenong Ranges among its scenic winding roads.

Take your pick from the top Waterfall trails in Yarra Valley and Dandenong.

Phillip Island

Phillip island is home to sheltered bay beaches and wild surf beaches, blowholes and caves along Phillip island’s coastline. Designated a national surfing reserve the island’s diverse coastline boasts some of the best surf breaks in the state.

Phillip Island is home to the Moto GP racing and offers pristine white beaches and iconic wildlife.

The daily Penguin parade takes place daily at dusk. Be sure to get your spot early at Phillip Island Nature Park.

Grampians National Park

The Grampians National Park is a nature reserve in Victoria. It is well known for its sandstone mountains, awe inspiring lookouts, amazing waterfalls and abundance of wildlife. The Grampians is a million years in the making and has some spectacular waterfalls and scenic lookouts.

Some iconic waterfalls are Mackenzie Falls, Ferntree Falls, Wannon Falls, Beehive Falls and Splitter Falls to name a few.

Some of the best scenic lookouts are accessible by campervan, such as Boroka Lookout, Reed Lookout and Mount William.

The Great Ocean Road

Victoria has a dramatic coastline and the Great Ocean Road is just spectacular. Some of the must see locations are the 12 Apostles, Bay of Islands, London Bridge and Cape Otway. The world famous 12 Apostles are magnificent limestone stacks formations. You can take a breathtaking helicopter trip over the 12 Apostles.

Check out Koalas, Kangaroos and Emus nestled inside an extinct volcano at Tower Hill. Take a Canoe trip to see platypus in the wide in the Otway Ranges. Kennett River is one of the best places in Australia to see Koalas in the wild.

South Australia

Beautiful Isolation

Home of the 'Nullarbor' and a wild barren interior, you'll love every minute of your South Australian roadtrip.


Adelaide is South Australia’s cosmopolitan coastal capital. Adelaide is the gateway to some of Australia’s best wine regions.

The Barossa valley is just a 50-minute drive north east of Adelaide, the Barossa valley is world renowned for its food and wine, cultural experience and easy going lifestyle. Each town and village in the Barossa Valley has a distinct feel, from the beautifully preserved German hueffendorf village to the old English charm of Angaston.

Adelaide features 30kms of stunning coastline. The top 5 beaches in Adelaide are Glenelg Beach, Brighton Beach, Henley Beach, Semaphore Beach and Christies Beach.

Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island lies off the mainland of South Australia, over a third of the island is protected in nature reserve. Home to native wildlife like sea lions, koalas and diverse bird species. 

Flinders Chase National Park is known for penguin colonies and stunning coastal rock formations. Kangaroo Island is the ultimate island escape.

Eyre Peninsula

Whyalla is South Australia’s best kept secret for its one of a kind experience. Between May and August each year, Whyalla plays host to the annual migration of giant Australian cuttlefish, this is the only spot in the world the “chameleons of the sea” are known to gather en-masse to breed. It’s a colourful underwater circus not to be missed.

Port Lincoln is a city on the lower Eyre Peninsula, it is situated on the shore of the Boston Bay the largest natural harbour in Australia. Crowds are drawn to Port Lincoln for its pristine beaches and its famous Shark Cage Diving tours. Port Lincoln is the only place you can cage dive with a Great White shark in Australia and if this is not for you maybe taking a dip with a playful Sea Lion is.

"The Eyre Peninsula features some of the most unique places to visit in this untouched paradise"

Coffin Bay lies at the southern tip of the Eyre Peninsula. Coffin Bay is famous for its oysters and is home to one of Australia’s most stunning estuaries. Make sure to discover the pristine remote beaches in Coffin Bay National Park you will not be disappointed.

Ceduna is the last major town before you hit the Nullabor. Ceduna is perfectly positioned for whale watching on the Great Australian Bight. Shelly beach is just a 5 minutes drive from town or you could take the 1 hour road trip and check out the insta-famous pink waters of Lake MacDonnell.

Murray River, Lakes & Coorong

The Murray River, Lakes and Coorong region embodies natural beauty and boasts a wealth of native produce, breathtaking scenery and Australian wildlife. Meander along Australia’s greatest waterway, touring through some of the most picturesque towns dotting the banks of the Murray River.

Murray Bridge is a bustling rural town sitting in prime position on the banks of the Murray River. Less than an hour from Adelaide. Kick back on a leisurely houseboat and float away to a world of relaxation.

Tailem Bend is Australia’s motorsport hub. The state of the art, world class Bend Motorsport park boasts a huge array of exhilarating experiences. It is the ultimate destination for petrol heads. Another way to get your blood pumping is by participating in Old Tailem Town historic ghost tour.

Lake Alexandrina is a spectacular wetland brimming with wildlife and gentle waters primed for adventure. The traditional land of the Ngarrindjeri people for thousands of years. Check out the Coorong National Park and the region’s vibrant lakes and lagoons. Lake Alexandrina is the perfect location to set up camp and fall asleep under a blanket of stars.

Flinders Ranges and Outback

Port Pirie is the Gateway to the Flinders Ranges and the Outback. This historic seaport town is home to beautiful heritage building, fascinating industrial history and a blossoming cultural precinct.

Driving through the Flinders Ranges you will see towering ancient cliffs and deep craters that border dusty red roads. Explore Arkaroola, an awe-inspiring ancient landscape brimming with wildlife. Travel through time traversing the spectacular peaks of ancient Arkaroola, where granite mountains and golden Spinifex-covered hillsides give way to breathtaking views across the Freeling Heights, Lake Frome and the desert beyond. 

Spot the once endangered Yellow-footed Rock-wallaby, kangaroos and echidnas. From the Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary, set up camp, reach new heights on a ridgetop tour, admire distant galaxies on an astronomy tour or take to the skies on a scenic flight.

Coober Pedy is a quirky underground town in the heart of the desert. Coober Pedy is Australia’s opal capital, boasting a sun-baked lunar landscape, fascinating history and a unique way of life.

Coober Pedy is the back drop of many movies like “The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert and Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome”.

Discover the underground houses, hotels and even shops. Fall asleep tucked beneath the earth’s surface in one of the town’s famous dugouts. Watch as this iconic outback town changes colour with the famous outback sunsets.