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…

10 minutes with… hiking guide Caro Ryan

Growing up in the ‘burbs of Sydney, in a family that didn’t camp, Caro Ryan never thought she’d spend her days kicking up dirt and collecting scratch marks from adventures in Australia’s Blue Mountains. But this self-proclaimed “unexpected outdoors chick” is not only “at…

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,…

Snorkelling with Tasmania’s seals

The sea is unusually calm; the glassy surface watched over by dolerite sentinels that guard the southern coastline of Australia. White-bellied sea eagles nest atop bare trees nearby, while red-beaked sooty oystercatchers stomp about the entrance to the Devil’s Kitchen, an impressive sea cave…

Australia’s West Coast

  Vast. Empty. Wild. This is Western Australia, home to the most isolated city in the world, Perth, and a swathe of uninhabited land that’s as beautiful as it is untouched. After three months of road-tripping along the coastline of this diverse state, The…