FREE ebook
CONTACT US
CALL US

West MacDonnell National Park

The West MacDonnell Ranges Extending more than 200 km west of Alice Springs, the West MacDonnell Ranges dominate the Northern Territory’s central range country. Great folds of sedimentary rock stand above arid spinifex plains separated by narrow valleys. Ancestral tributaries of the Todd and Finke Rivers have cut through the multi-coloured layers of quartzite, clay, […]

Alpine National Parks of Victoria

The Australian Alps are part of the Great Dividing Range, extending south from Canberra into the north-east corner of Victoria. Alpine, Buffalo, Snowy River and Baw Baw National Parks protect much of the region, forming an important natural corridor for flora and fauna. They also offer magnificent mountain scenery and a wealth of opportunities for […]

Blue Mountains National Park

A natural process by which eucalypt oil vapour refracts sunlight (and drenches the surrounding atmosphere in ethereal blue) has helped give the Blue Mountains it name. This vast sandstone plateau, rising 1300 m above sea level, is populated by some of the world’s rarest plant and animal species, including the Wollemi Pine — a prehistoric […]

Cradle Mountain–Lake St Clair National Park

Northern Section This north-western area of Tasmania’s World Heritage wilderness is, for good reason, one of Australia’s most beloved bushwalking destinations. The park is effectively split into two sections, with Cradle Mountain in the north and Lake St Clair in the south-east. The Overland Track connects the two. “Doing the track” is the experience many […]

Great Sandy National Park – Fraser Island

Covering 1840 km², Fraser Island is the world’s largest sand island and lies just off the coast at Hervey Bay. The region’s popularity is inextricably tied to the presence of the island and the bay’s marina and piers serve as departure points for a huge fleet of cruise and charter boats. While a daytrip will […]

Kosciuszko 
National Park

Kosciuszko, the largest national park in NSW, is the main link in a chain of alpine national parks and reserves stretching between the ACT and northern Victoria. A series of worn granite peaks, several exceeding 2000 m, cap this high plateau of rolling meadows. Long narrow valleys and steep western gorges cut into the plateau […]

Whitsunday Islands National Park

Globally revered as a top-shelf tropical destination, there’s always been more to the Whitsundays than meets the eye. This virtue of this “more” is how much “less” it actually contains. While the Whitsundays’ glamorous and heavily promoted resort destinations take centre stage, most of the region’s 74 islands hold special appeal as uninhabited national parks. […]

Flinders Chase National Park

There is an abundance of natural riches for you to enjoy on Kangaroo Island. Due to its isolation and diversity of habitat, the entire island has become a sanctuary for birds and mammals. The captivating scenery includes ocean-battered headlands, wild beaches and secluded bays. Walk in Flinders Chase National Park, snoop on seals and penguins, explore caves, […]

Lord Howe Island – a World Heritage nature hot spot

Lord Howe Island was declared a World Heritage area in 1982, and its ocean environs have been a protected marine park since 1998. The island lies 550 km east of Port Macquarie and was discovered in 1788 but not settled until 1833. Today Lord Howe has a permanent population of around 300 and only 393 […]

Kakadu National Park

Kakadu National Park occupies a vast 19,804 km² swathe of the Top End from Nitmiluk National Park in the south to Van Diemen Gulf in the north. It incorporates the West and East Alligator Rivers region and the entire catchment of the South Alligator River. Approximately half of Kakadu is owned by Indigenous people and […]

SYDNEY TO BRISBANE - TOP TIPS ALONG THE ROUTE
FREE eBook - Get It Now!

When you enter your name and email address below

Thank you. Please confirm your subscription to our newsletter in the email that is sent to you, to receive the link to download the free eBook.

Please note that you need to confirm your subscription to our newsletter in the email that will be sent to you once you click the 'Send Now' button, to receive the link to download the free eBook.

Your information will never be shared with any third party

SYDNEY TO BRISBANE - TOP TIPS ALONG THE ROUTE
FREE eBook - Get It Now!

When you enter your name and email address below

Thank you. Please confirm your subscription to our newsletter in the email that is sent to you, to receive the link to download the free eBook.

Please note that you need to confirm your subscription to our newsletter in the email that will be sent to you once you click the 'Send Now' button, to receive the link to download the free eBook.

Your information will never be shared with any third party