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Articles Australia - 450 kilometres north of Perth on the West Coast of Australia, Geraldton AKA 'The Sunshine City' is fast becoming Australia's favourite winter playground. With warm temperatures the whole year round and 8 hours of sunshine a day in the winter months
Articles Australia - Whether you love them, hate them or are one of them, backpackers are an essential part of the tourism industry. Australia has been a staple favourite of backpackers for decades. The solid infrastructure, the political stability, the friendly people-
Articles Australia - Having spent a decade living on the Gold Coast, I have a lot of favourite places. The best by far are the world class beaches sweeping the length of the coast. Imagine driving the beach strip in your own home on wheels, and once you have found a stre
Articles Australia - Victoria Australia has some of the most spectacular national parks anywhere, here is just a sample. Alpine National Park, This is Victorias largest park, and its 646000 hectares covers just about all of the high country. Lake Eildon National Park,
Articles Australia - Stanthorpe is a picturesque town known for its amazing national parks, historical buildings and wineries, located on the New England Highway close to the New South Wales border. It has become more popular over the last few years as a tourist destinat
Articles Australia - Its called the 'Secret South'- the length of Western Australian coastline next to the Southern Ocean that until recently has been largely ignored by the tourist masses. But as travellers get more intrepid and even the most far flung places become
Articles Australia - The scenic delights of the Great Ocean Road in Victoria are well known to campervan travellers who traverse its length in droves, taking in the stunning ocean views, weird geological formations and thick forest.
Articles Australia - Carnarvon is located in the middle of the western coast of Australia. The fact that it is a 900 kilometre trek from the capital city of Perth makes it a feat in itself to reach, however its isolation can be a drawcard for the discerning traveller.
Articles Australia - The ultimate escape to the green rolling hills of the Adelaide hinterland can not only be discovered by campervan, but also by foot along South Australia's famous Reisling Trail. This lush walk amongst the grapes and stakes of the wine trail is not f
Articles Australia - The Riverland in South Australia seems almost like it could be custom designed for a campervan holiday. Picture this: rolling countryside divided into a patchwork of lush orchards, where exotic fruits such as olives, citrus, garlic, apricots and grap
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