Adventure

Mutawintji National Park | Broken Hill

Mutawintji is a national park in New South Wales (Australia), 878 kms west of Sydney and about 130 kms north-east of Broken Hill. The rugged, mulga-clad Byngnano Range is dissected by colourful gorges, rockpools and creek beds lined with red gums. Scattered among the caves and overhangs are Aboriginal rock art and engravings. The park also protects Mutawintji Historic Site, containing one of the ...

Natural Stone Bridge | Albany

The Natural Bridge at Torndirrup National Park is only a 15-minute drive from Albany. It is located 10 kilometres south of Albany across Princess Royal Harbour. Albany is 417 kilometres south east of the city of Perth. The natural bridge formation is a reminder of the power of the ocean. Over time, the ocean has carved a bridge into the rock face.

Oodnadatta Track.

From Marree take Oodnadatta track west to isolated William creek Hotel. View Lake Eyre. Finish at Coober Pedy. (4WD)

Organ Pipes, Organ Pipes national park | Sunbury

Located close to Melbourne, Organ Pipes National Park draws many visitors throughout the year. A set of basalt columns as straight and regular as organ pipes is the central feature of this 121 ha Park in the Keilor plains. Yellow sandstones 200 metres downstream from the 'organ pipes' have fossils dating from 400 million years ago. 400 metres upstream from the 'organ pipes' are Rosette Rocks - a...

Ormiston Gorge | Alice Springs

Ormiston Gorge showcases the spectacular geology and landforms of the MacDonnell Ranges. Ormiston is probably the most colourful of all Australian gorges. The orange and red quartzite walls have been wildly fractured. The floor of the gorge is strewen with fallen boulders and rocks of every colour and pattern imaginable. The Gorge has a near permanent waterhole, estimated to be up to 14 metres de...

Perisher Valley | Perisher Valley

Perisher Valley is a ski resort village in the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales in Snowy River Shire. Perisher is primarily a winter only resort village, although, all-year-round accommodation is available. It is within the Kosciuszko National Park, and administered by The New South Wales National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS). Access to the Valley is via the Skitube underground railway, or...

Princess Margaret Rose Caves | Mount Gambier

Princess Margaret Rose Caves are located in the natural bush surrounds of the Lower Glenelg National Park and is one of the most highly decorated caves in Australia. The caves are 30 minutes drive from Mount Gambier and 15 minutes from Nelson. The caves features stalactites, stalagmites, cave coral and a variety of other amazing formations. Perhaps the most unusual of all formations in the cave a...

Quininup Falls | Margaret River

Quininup Falls is an outstanding waterfall in Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park, located on the south-west coast of Western Australia, 261 km from Perth. The Falls are a two km walk north of Moses Rock, south of Cape Naturalist. The waterfalls and the surrounding area are a great spot for picnics especially in early spring. The easiest access to the falls is by taking the Caves Rd towards Moses ...

Raymond Falls | Orbost

Raymond Falls is situated in the Snowy River National Park in Victoria, 323 km east of Melbourne. Raymond Falls in the south of the park can be reached all year round from Orbost along Moresford Track. A short walking track leads to a view of Raymond Falls plunging 20 metres into a deep, clear pool.

Red Bluff | Kalbarri

The dramatic coastal cliffs of Red Bluff offer amazing views over the ocean. Named by Dutch explorer Willem de Vlamingh in 1697, these spectacular coastal cliffs extend 13 km along the coastline of Kalbarri National Park. Other nearby coastal landmarks include Mushroom Gorge, Rainbow Alley and Pot Alley.

Red Gorge | Alice Springs

The Red Centre is the physical and metaphoric heart of Australia. It encompasses the World Heritage-listed Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Park, Alice Springs, the ancient MacDonnell Ranges and the wonders of Watarrka National Park (Kings Canyon). The red rock monolith of Uluru and the mysterious shapes of Kata Tjuta rise above the surrounding pancake-flat plains. These towering sentinels show a di...

Southport Town | Southport

Southport, bordered by the open seas and Nerang River, is 77 kms south of Brisbane, and Surfers' Paradise, 3 kms further down the coast, forms a favourite winter playground for Southern visitors. There is a splendid surf. A string of fine beach resorts stretches from Southport right down to the N.S.W. border Southport is the largest of the south coast towns. It is at the southernmost end of More...

St Helena to Freycinet

Be careful - the road is narrow and caravans are wide. If cycling allow 4 days. (road or cycle)

Sydney City | Sydney

Sydney is the capital of New South Wales, and the largest city in Australia, is built around the shores of Port Jackson, the site of the first settlement in Australia. In 1788, Captain Arthur Phillip arrived at Botany Bay with the first thousand white people to settle the new land in the South. He had charted his course in accordance with the navigation directions of Captain James Cook who, eight...

Torrens Lake, Adelaide | Adelaide

Torrens Lake – King William Road. Boats for hire. Bordered by Elder Park (south bank) and Memorial Drive (north bank).

Trephina Gorge | Alice Springs

Trephina Gorge Nature Park lies in the East MacDonnell Ranges, 85 kilometres east of Alice Springs, and is notable for its sheer quartzite cliffs, red river gums and sandy creek bed. Trephina Gorge is one of two gorges that intersect the range. The other, John Hayes Rock Hole, is an impressive structure. The waterholes attract a wide variety of unique native wildlife, including diverse range of...

Tully Falls | Ravenshoe

Tully Falls is found in Tully Gorge National Park in Queensland on the fringe of the Atherton Tablelands. With a vertical drop of over 304 metres, the Falls present one of the most magnificent scenes in the whole of the state. From specially erected lookouts the Falls can be viewed from different angles and from varying heights. The falls only flow in a big wet season. The raw rock walls and ra...

Walls of Jerusalem National Park | Devonport

The Walls of Jerusalem is a national park in Tasmania located on a high plateau of dolerite peaks featuring alpine vegetation and endemic conifer forests 144 km to the north-west of Hobart. The park takes its name from the outstanding geological feature which are thought to resemble the walls of the city of Jerusalem. The names of many places and features within the park have Biblical references ...

Wild Horse Mountain Lookout | Caboolture

Named for the brumbies that once ran free in this area, Wild Horse Mountain stands 123m above sea level. At the top you will find a pavilion and lookout that also serves as a Telstra mobile telephone transmission station. The lookout contains a round quarter deck. Located in the centre is an excellent map of the surrounding countryside with map references etched into handrails running around the...

Windjana Gorge, Windjana Gorge National Park | Derby

Windjana Gorge National Park is a well known and much visited national park in the Kimberley Rerion. The park offers stunning bushwalking through outback wilderness. Rated as one of the most beautiful of all the gorges in this frontier region, Windjana is rich in vegetation and wildlife. Windjana Gorge National Park is about a two hour drive from Derby and best visited during the mild weather co...