A hiker’s guide to NSW

With COVID-19 restrictions easing in states and territories around Australia, now is the time to shake off the home shackles and hit the trails in your local area. Travel resumed in New South Wales on June 1 so we’ve chosen Australia’s most popular state…

NSW national parks reopen

National parks in NSW have reopened after the state government eased travel restrictions put in place due to the coronavirus. Travellers from NSW and interstate are now allowed to camp in most parks, however you must book before arriving so the numbers of campers…

Be inspired by Kakadu National Park

Tucked away in the top corner of the Northern Territory, Australia’s largest national park, Kakadu, is a place that satiates wanderlust. Its bumpy red-dirt 4WD trails, leafy rock-riddled hiking tracks and waterfall-fed plunge pools make it one of the country’s most alluring destinations. It’s…

A guide to Scotts Head

Hidden away off the Pacific Highway, the tiny surf town of Scotts Head, on the mid-north coast of New South Wales, largely remains a secret, even to Aussies. But with a top right-hand point break that sees long, mellow waves wash towards the shore,…

The world’s largest coral reef

It’s where rainforest descends toward the sea, divers meet reef, and backpackers get acquainted with countless bars bustling with business. It’s Tropical North Queensland, where travellers play in bath-like water and on the palm-fringed islands. The mai tais and white beaches are great reasons…