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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
Think of Australian holidays and images of beaches, islands, the outback and possibly a few jumping kangaroos come to mind. Think of Australian people and an image of a weather beaten bloke in a cowboy hat is probably the first caricature to spring u
Sydney Harbour is arguably the most beautiful part of the city and what better way to enjoy than on a boat! With views of the Harbour Bridge, the Sydney Opera House and the city's skyline, you cannot go wrong. Watch more videos on www.Tripfilms.c
The wild cliffs, the sweeping views and the expansive farmlands of the Tasman Peninsula seem like a world apart from Tasmania, yet it takes less than an hours drive from Hobart in your campervan to reach them.
The run from Launceston in the north down to Hobart in the south of Tasmania is a brief two hour affair down the Midland Highway if done without stopping. This is an impossibility for campervan travellers though- our exploratory minds and our lust fo
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
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
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.
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
Nagambie is just a 135 kilometre drive from Melbourne, which will take you about an hour and forty minutes. Its close enough for a day trip if you leave early, but its more of a weekend retreat- you'll need a night or two to fully appreciate your get
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