Adventure

Abercrombie Caves | Clear Creek

Abercrombie Caves and Reserve are situated in the Central Tablelands of New South Wales, just off the main road between Bathurst and Goulburn, some 283 kilometres by road west of Sydney. The turn off to the caves is 72 km south of Bathurst and 122 km north of Goulburn The Caves are 3km off the main road. From Bathurst the turn-off is 13 km beyond the township of Trunkey Creek. The road from Bat...

Alligator Gorge | Alligator Gorge

Alligator Gorge is located in Mount Remarkable National Park, within Flinders Range National Park. The Gorge is one of the leading Natural attractions of South Australia. The gorge cuts through ancient quartzite rocks and is flanked by the Alligator Creek. The Mount Remarkable National Park: (15,632 hectares) lies between Spencer Gulf in the north and Melrose in the south. There are wild wedge-t...

Bald rock, Bald Rock National Park | Tenterfield

Bald rock! A massive igneous rock similar to granite but with a different mineral content is the central feature of Bald Rock National Park and the Tenterfield Glen Innes region. The rock rises 200 metres above a tall eucalypt forest well watered from runoff streams. The rock is about 750 metres long and 500 metres wide and is the largest granite monolith in Australia. A three-hour return walking ...

Bell Gorge | Derby

The picturesque Bell Gorge is situated in the rugged ranges of King Leopold Range National Park in Western Australia. The Park is 200 kilometres from Derby and 450 kilometres from Kununurra via the Gibb River Road and covers an area of over 392,000 hectares. The northern regions of Western Australia are a treasure trove of spectacular landscapes, remote wilderness, isolated lakes, rivers and whit...

Bondi Beach, Sydney | Sydney

Bondi Beach faces south and whilst in the Winter months the sunrise is obscured by the north headland, the beach itself remains protected from the Summer north-easterly winds that bring considerable chop to the surf and to Sydney's famous stinging bluebottles. The beach is safe, protected by lifeguards 365 days a year and is famous for its wonderful white fine-grained sand.

Burleigh Heads | Burleigh Heads

At Burleigh Heads the beach extends between Big Burleigh and Little Burleigh Headlands. This resort is especially favoured by those who seek (in addition to surfing) boating and fishing which are available in near-by Tallebudgera Creek. There are interesting walks to the summit of Big Burleigh from which can be seen a splendid panorama of ocean, beaches, and headlands. Currumbin, Palm Beach, Tugu...

Cania Gorge | Monto

Cania Gorge is located 25 km from Monto and is one of south-east Queensland's most picturesque gorges. The Cania Gorge National Park boasts 3000 hectares of spectacular landscape, prominent sandstone cliffs, caves, eucalypt forest and dry rain forest with mosses, orchids, figs and vines growing in moist, sheltered areas. This secluded area is home to a variety of Australia's native flora and fau...

Cape York Peninsula Track

Winding across the Great Dividing Range at the top of Australia this 740km track traverses a wilderness of forest, bronze withers and dense woodland dotted with remains of its Aboriginal and European past. Snakes and saltwater crocodiles are real hazards on this journey.

Carnarvon Gorge, Carnarvon National Park, Queensland | Injune

Carnarvon Gorge is located in the Southern Brigalow Belt bio-region in Central Queensland, 593 km north-west of Brisbane. Primarily created by water erosion, Carnarvon Gorge is around 30 kilometres long, and six hundred metres deep at the mouth. It is the most visited feature within Carnarvon National Park due to the diversity of experiences it contains and the ease with which it can be accessed. ...

Daintree National Park | Daintree

Daintree National Park is the oldest living rainforest on earth at approximately 140 Million years with the southern boundary located at Mossman Gorge and the northern boundary at Bloomfield River. It is now home to rare plants that provide key links in the evolution story. It contains lush tropical vegetation, coral reefs, and the northern section of the Great Dividing Range. Cape Tribulation ...

Elephant Rocks | Denmark

Elephant Rocks are located in William Bay National Park in Western Australia, some 30 kilometers west of Denmark, lying on a sheltered beach , a few hundred metres east of Greens Pool. As it name suggests, Elephant Rocks looks exactly like a herd of elephants, paddling in shallow waters.

Four Mile Beach, Port Douglas | Four Mile Beach

One of the many attractions of Port Douglas is Four Mile Beach. The beach is known for the fine hard sand. From the main Port Douglas district, you can walk to the beach in under 5 minutes and then continue to walk along the sandy shore for hours under the tropical sun. After a while the beach unfolds toa gentle curve that continues as far as the eye can see, without a hint of development.

Frenchmans Cap, Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, Tasmania, | Queenstown

Frenchmans Cap is a prominent mountain in the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, Western Tasmania. It lies east of the West Coast Range, and south-west of the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. The boundary of the park is about 2.5 hours' drive from Hobart along the Lyell Highway (A10). From Strahan, the park can be accessed via a cruise on the Gordon River. Those intending to...

Geikie Gorge, Geikie Gorge National Park, Kimberley Region | Fitzroy Crossing

Geikie Gorge National Park is in Western Australia, 1831 km north-east of Perth and 420 kms west of Broome. The Gorge is situated at the junction of the Oscar and the Geikie Ranges. The mighty Fitzroy River has carved a 30 metre deep gorge into the remains of the ancient limestone barrier reef that was created here in the Devonian period. During the wet season when the Fitzroy is in full flood wa...

Genoa Creek Falls, Croajingolong National Park | Genoa

Genoa Creek falls are located in Croajingolong National Park. This park covers 87,500 hectares and extends for 100 km along the wilderness coast of Victoria's East Gippsland protecting remote beaches, tall forests, heathland, rainforest, estuaries and granite peaks. Croajingolong is one of the state's largest parks, outstanding for its stunning wilderness coastline and a wealth of flora and faun...

Gibb River Road to Drysdale River Station

From Kununurra take Gibb River Road through El Questro Wilderness Park to Drysdale River station and tour the mysterious Bradshaw rock paintings.

Great Barrier Reef, Great Barrier Reef NP | Port Douglas

The Great Barrier Reef of Australia is the most extensive coral reef in existence, and for interest, variety and beauty of marine life, it is possibly unrivalled by any other region of similar extent. Built up over millions of years by the tiny coral polyp, the Reef extends from north of Cape York, [1250 miles] southward, enclosing a waterway of great beauty. It is not a single reef, but a serie...

Great Ocean Road Region | Warrnambool

The Great Ocean Road is a 243 km stretch of road along the south-eastern coast of Australia between the Victorian cities of Torquay and Warrnambool. The road was constructed to provide work for returning soldiers and dedicated as a Memorial to those killed in the First World War. It is one of Australia's great scenic coastline drives. The Road traces the coastline through the Surf Coast and Shipw...

Great Ocean Road Walk, Apollo Bay to Glenample | Apollo Bay

The Great Ocean Road, renowned for its coastal rugged beauty, can now be explored by foot with the launch of a new $2.3 billion trail, The Great Ocean Walk. The track starts from Apollo Bay, two hours from Melbourne, and continues the existing trail to the equally impressive, but until now relatively unknown, coastal terrain. The Great Ocean Walk extends 91km from Apollo bay to Glenample Homest...

Grosse Valley & Govertts Leap, Blackheath | Blackheath

Grosse Valley is located in Blue Mountains National Park. One of the best positions to see Grosse Valley is from its Southern side at Govetts Leap or Bolster Point. This spot takes its name from colonial assistant surveyor, William Govett, who discovered it in 1831. It is thought that Govetts Leap may also have been named after an escaped convict turned bushranger named Govett who, as legend has i...