Adventure

Gunderbooka | Turondale

Experience the diverse Australian terrain whilst 4 WDing in the Central West of New South Wales. Whether on the popular Bridle track or private land, your host Gavin will ensure you have an amazing journey. He'll even boil you up some billy tea and fresh damper! 3.5 hours from Sydney, Gunderbooka can also arrange transport and accommodation.

Haasts Bluff | Haasts Bluff

Haasts Bluff is home to mainly Luritja and Pintupi people of the Central Western Desert. The intensity of desert colours, important sites and stories, and subtle motifs of the bush all find expression in the paintings of the Haasts Bluff artists. The Bluff lies 230 kms west of Alice Springs and is nestled within the spectacular West MacDonnell Ranges. To the north is Mt Edward and Mt William, and ...

Heysen Walking Trail | Cape Jervis

The Heysen Trail runs for 1,200 kilometres from Cape Jervis on the south coast of the Fleurieu Peninsula to Parachilna Gorge in the Flinders Ranges. The Trail has been designed to cater for both the serious backpacker walking the complete trail, and for the day walker who might choose to do short walks along different sections of the trail. Though mainly a walking trail, there are multi-use sectio...

Jenolan Caves & Cottages | Jenolan Caves

One of the outstanding sights of the State and set amidst magnificent scenery. The caves were discovered by the convict-bushranger McKeown, and were originally known as the Bendo Caves. In 1884 they received the musical name of the neighbouring mountain, Jenolan. The Caves are the exquisite work of nature and are unrivalled for their splendour and beauty. The formations range from delicate rose pi...

Just Cruisin 4WD Tours | Mclaren Vale

Just Cruisin operate personalised and small group adventure and aboriginal cultural 4WD tours throughout Australia including Ayers Rock, outback Australia, Flinders Ranges & Kangaroo Island.Website: www.justcruisin4wdtours.com.au

Katherine Gorge National Park, | Nitmiluk National Park

Nitmiluk National Park is located in the Top End of Australia's Northern Territory, 244 km south-east of Darwin. The park has been established around a series of gorges on the Katherine River and Edith Falls. Previously named Katherine Gorge National Park, its northern edge borders Kakadu National Park. This 292,800 hectare National Park is owned by the Jawoyn Aboriginal people and jointly manage...

Kiandra Ghost Town | Kosciuszko

Kiandra is now a ghost town. However, evidence of the gold rush giving rise to the town is still to be seen in the ruins and abandoned mines. Visitors can enjoy the town’s heritage walk. The former town lies fourteen km from Yarrongobilly Caves. The Town was the highest town in Australia (1300 metres.) and is snow-bound and isolated often in winter. Ski-ing and other grand winter sports are to...

Lake Alexandrina | Lake Alexandrina

Lake Alexandrina is a lake in South Australia, adjacent to the coast of the Southern Ocean, about 100 kilometres south-east of Adelaide. The Lake is located north of Encounter Bay and east of Fleurieu Peninsula. The Murray River is the major river to flow into Lake Alexandrina. Others include the Bremer, Angas, and Finniss Rivers, all from the eastern side of the southern Mount Lofty Ranges. ...

Lamington National Park, SE Queensland | Binna Burra

This wild mountain region of 47,000 acres is the principal national park in southern Queensland and comprises the Roberts, and Lamington Plateaux, offshoots of the Macpherson Range which forms a natural barrier between New South Wales and Queensland. Rare trees and bird life, and rugged mountain scenery are features of the park. The Park lies in South East Queensland approximately 100 kms South o...

MacKenzie Falls, Grampians National Park | Grampians

MacKenzie Falls is the star attraction of the Grampians National Park. It is a rare Australian year-round waterfall and flows well even in the face of a severe drought. The view that awaits you at the end of this steep trail is spectacular. Enormous torrents of water cascade over huge cliffs into a deep pool, sending fine sprays of rainbow mist high into the air above a stunning gorge.

Mimosa Rocks, Mimosa Rocks National Park | Mimosa

Covering an area of approximately 5,000 hectares Mimosa Rocks National Park is one of New South Wales' most beautiful coastal parks most noted for its scuba diving and scenery. Surface rocks found in Mimosa Rocks National Park are the weathered remains of an ancient lava flow three hundred and fifty million years ago. A rise in sea level at the end of the last Ice Age isolated the rocks which now...

Mount Banks | Appin

Mount Banks, Blue Mountains National Park. Accessible from the Northern side of Blue Mountains National Park on the Bells LIne of road is Mount Banks, a former picnic site in the early 1900s. Visitors to Mount Banks today report experiencing a 'ghost-like' feeling among the now deserted and overgrown picnic areas.

Mount Coolum, Walk, Mount Coolum National Park | Mount Coolum

The relentless march of the surveyor’s peg to the tune of mind-less town planners and Councillors has finally brought suburbia to the footsteps of Mount Coolum. This beautiful mountain, untouched for millions of years save for a shameful attempt at quarrying, is one of several isolated volcanic domes found on the Sunshine Coast. The mountain is significant as it supports remnant montane heathl...

Mount Coot-Tha | Mount Coot-Tha

Mount Coot-Tha Mount Coot-Tha (225 metres), Brisbane's most popular vantage-point, is perched on a shoulder of the Taylor Range. Soon after Brisbane was settled, the hill was cleared of thick timber by convicts for a military look out. One tree only was left and it stood for many years, giving to the place the name of "One Tree Hill". "Coot-Tha" is an aboriginal word meaning "place of wild honey"...

Mount Kosciuszko, Kosciuszko National Park | Jindabyne

Home to Mount Kosciuszko, Kosciuszko National Park is approximately 250km South West of Canberra. At 700,000 hectares the park is the largest in the state and known primarily for its snow skiing in winter months. The first recorded exploration of the mountain was by Polish explorer Count Paul Edmund Strzelecki who reached the top of Mount Kosciuszko in 1840 (this is disputed by some historians w...

Mount Remarkable National Park | Melrose

Mount Remarkable National Park lies between Spencer Gulf, Wilmington in the north and Melrose in the south. One of the main features is Mount Remarkable renowned for its sheer precipitous drop with the small town of Melrose nestling under the cliffs. The region is home to a variety of vibrant birdlife, wildlife and flora. There are wild wedge-tailed eagles, rare yellow-foot rock wallabies, weste...

Mount Townsend and Blue Lake | Kosciuszko

Mount Townsend lies within Kosciuszko National Park in south New South Wales and id part of the Snowy Mountains Great Dividing Range. At 2185m above sea level, Mount Townsend is the second highest mountain in Australia. Mount Townsend is 4 km north of Australia's highest mainland peak, Mount Kosciuszko. Although, lower than Mount Kosciuszko, Mount Townsend has a craggier peak and is arguably more ...

Mount Warning | Mount Warning

Mount Warning National Park (approximately 2210 hectares) is located in far north-eastern NSW. Mount Warning was named by Lieutenant James Cook in 1770 as a warning to seafarers of the many dangerous reefs along the coast. Mount Warning's Aboriginal name Wollumbin means 'fighting chief of the mountains' and the mountain is a sacred place to the local Bundjalung tribe. The Aboriginals believed ...

Mount Warning National Park | Mount Warning National Park

Mount Warning National Park (approximately 2210 hectares) is located in far north-eastern NSW. Mount Warning was named by Lieutenant James Cook in 1770 as a warning to seafarers of the many dangerous reefs along the coast. Mount Warning's Aboriginal name Wollumbin means 'fighting chief of the mountains' and the mountain is a sacred place to the local Bundjalung tribe. The Aboriginals believ...

Murchison Gorge | Geraldton

The Murchison River gorges in the Kalbarri National Park are particularly spectacular in formation and vibrant in colour. The gorges have been carved over millions of years to form dramatic sandstone cliff faces which plummet into the Murchison River as it meanders towards the township of Kalbarri. Its layered contours ranging from white through yellow to crimson-brown. From late winter to mid su...