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Australia is a huge country with many options for travel destinations, attractions to explore and things to do.
We all have different ideas of what a holiday or road trip is which is great because Australia has such a variety from the manmade to natural things to explore.
We enjoy going on four wheel drives tracks and seeing the Outback and the out of way places, finding stunning waterholes etc.
Of course that is not for everyone other there are so many options like staying in the same place for weeks with all the amenities close by or do a road trip staying on the highways roads towing a caravan or driving a motorhome, the options are endless. There is no right or wrong way to travel Australia, you do what suits you the best.
Happy travelling everyone.
Below I have included a new road trip, caravan park directories, we continue travelling Australia and several travel Australia book suggestions.
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Road Trip - Tasmania's Food and Nature Trail
The 'Food and Nature Trail' road trip is a self drive tour from Launceston, where the 'Sprit of Tasmania' ports to Hobart.
This road trip is about 600 kilometres and will take at least four days or several weeks if you really want to enjoy everything along the way.
The scenery will be amazing, you will find the best produce, food and wine, the website page below lists all the recommended places to visit to enjoy everything in the way of nature, adventure, architecture, tours and of course the gourmet food and wineries.
The absolutely stunning Wineglass Bay in Tassie
Things To Do In Canberra
Canberra has many activities and things to do for all ages, including the Big Splash Water Park, bushwalking, strolling in the gardens, be adventurous and go ballooning or caving.
Visit the history filled places like the war Memorial, art galleries, the old Parliament House, you can also admire Lake Burley Griffin, see the birds, reptiles and the animals at the zoo or sanctuary and be puzzled at Questacon.
Caravanning in Queensland
Queensland has an incredible variety of places to explore, the ever popular coast and beautiful beaches, Brisbane and the Theme Parks, the Outback has a very unique appeal and the Top End with rain forests and more stunning scenery.
If you plan to stay in Holiday Parks the Queensland Caravan Park website will help you find accommodation, there is also a free accommodation guide available.
The dolphins showing off at Sea World Queensland
Perth Region - Capital City of Western Australia
Continuing our road trip we are driving from the Coral Coast region to Perth the capital city of WA. Perth is situated on the Swan River and the population is about 1.5 million.
Perth has beautiful sandy beaches with stunning sunrises, sunsets and has a great climate that allows for a very outdoor lifestyle with hot dry summers and mild winters.
Perth is an exciting city to visit with everything you could want and need like excellent safe beaches, great weather, plenty of tourist attractions, shops, art galleries, exciting nightlife, stroll through gardens or have adventures, enjoy a BBQ picnic and take a ferry to view Perth's famous skyline.
Sydney's Famous Icons
Australia and Sydney are famous for the Sydney Harbour Bridge which recently turn 80 years old and the Sydney Opera House.
I have recently added a page for each about their uniquesness, some facts, images, history.
Sydney Harbour Bridge
Sydney Opera House
Travel Australia Books
Complete Caravan Chef
Camping Around Australia
Daylesford and The Macedon Ranges in Central Victoria
Daylesford is a town that has everything, about 30 years nothing much happened in Daylesford, now days it is a huge tourist mecca, the normal population is about 3000 on the weekends it can be as much as 9000.
The are at least 400 acommodation places, many natural mineral springs, over 100 natural therapy businesses, about 40 wineries in the area. Daylesford can be described as very scenic, classy, quirky, unique, relaxing and refreshing and so much more.
Northern Territory Distance Calculator.
The Northern Territory is a very vast, so using a distance calculator will help to work out how far you can travel in a day or week etc.
This distance is very easy to use all you need to do is select your starting point for the day and the end destination and you instantly have the distance in kilometres.
South Australian Caravan Parks
South Australia has many caravan, tourist and holidays parks that make it easier for you to explore and discover all the many regions of South Australia.
South Australia has an interesting variety of regions where you can explore the beaches and the coast, Adelaide, the Murray River, the Outback, Kangaroo Island and the many wineries.
See the website below for a list of the caravan parks in SA
Stunning View of the Sydney opera House
If you are planning a holiday and need some more info please use the contact form and send your plans or ideas to me, I will do my best to provide you with the appropriate information.
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I will catch up with you soon with the next edition of the Travel 'Awesome' Australia Newsletter in late May.
Cheers and Happy Travelling Amazing Australia
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