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Coober Pedy, Australia Articles - The centre of Australia is an extreme place. The blistering dry sun and the harsh climatic conditions have fashioned a desert landscape in which only the hardiest can survive. Yet there is something about deserts that is very enticing, something that
Phillip Island, Australia Articles - Its a pleasant two hour drive from the centre of Melbourne to Phillip island, one that takes you through the city and then around the banks of Westernport Bay to the mainland town of San Remo, where you cross the bridge to the island town of New Have
Queensland, Australia Articles - There aren't too many destinations that cater to the perfect holiday anymore. Luckily for you then that the towns of Agnes Waters and The Town of 1770, nestled into a quiet corner of Queensland's Discovery Coast, offer all you ever needed in a quiet
Fleurieu Peninsula, Australia Articles - The closest point of the Fleurieu Peninsula is just a short 40 minute drive away from Adelaide, but as the large expanse of this special part of South Australia opens up before you you will definitely want to drive on and explore more of it.
Carnarvon, Australia Articles - 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.
Murray River, Australia Articles - 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
VC, Australia Articles - 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,
Port Macquarie, Australia Articles - Located about 400 kilometres north of Sydney on the New South Wales Central Coast lies one of the most diverse seaside destinations in Australia. Port Macquarie, with its population of 40 000 people, has everything you would want from a campervan tou
Glen Innes, Australia Articles - Draped in a quilt of green meadows and lush forests, the rolling hills stretch to the horizon where they join with the clear blue sky to create a contrast of colours as interesting as the history of this lush region. This is the countryside on the no
Yamba, Australia Articles - Yamba is one of my favourite places to visit, and tucked away like a hidden jewel of northern New South Wales, it offers something for everyone with its blend of panoramic scenery and perfect weather.
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