When you’ve got the distractions of the Australian east coast; the Great Barrier Reef; international cities like Melbourne and Sydney; the Outback of the Northern Territory and its centrepiece Uluru; the wilderness of Tasmania; and the incredible beaches of the
For northern hemisphere sports fans who love the summer weather, what better excuse do you need than the forthcoming Ashes series as a great reason to head over to Australia this winter?
Time’s running out to follow the whole series – it starts on 21 November. But if you could, you’d also be
There’s nothing like the open road, and what better way to see the never-ending expanse of Australia’s outback than to take to the wheel yourself. Forget the hum-drum of being carted around as just another passenger on a tour bus, whilst paying through the nose. Take your holiday into your own
The continent of Australia is immense with plenty of places to explore, making it a perfect place to take road trips. Travel from the big cities to the Outback and the mountains, all in one go! With planning and the willingness to strike out on your own, a tour of Australia via car will take you to
West Coast Wilderness Railway In the late 19th century, Mt Lyell Mine railway was the original railway operating in this area and it has been restored to its original glory, the West Coast Wilderness Railway. This 22 mile route in the Tasmanian wilderness was once traveled