Australia's Great Outdoors

Australians are so incredibly lucky to have such an array of amazing natural environments and experiences, all within the bounds of our own country.

Tourists from around the world flock to our shores every year to see our reef, our beaches, our islands; trek our rainforests or national parks, and scale our mountains. Our wildlife is incredibly unique and diverse, and it's all on show out in the open – no zoo tickets required.

Want to venture somewhere new? Try a different experience for the first time, or revisit a favourite old landscape? Our team have put together the best experiences Australia has to offer, to inspire your next getaway.

Fraser Island

If you’re looking to escape the metropolis and connect with awe-inspiring nature, Fraser Island is your destination. It’s easy to see why the indigenous Butchalla people named it “K’gari” thousands of years ago - the name aptly means “paradise” and untouched beauty and magic can be found there in spades.... Read More

Mount Tamborine

 Jump in the car and head just one-hour south of Brisbane to find the tranquil natural beauty of Mount Tamborine. The rich rainforest areas are a labyrinth of bushwalking paths and hiking trails, surrounded by eco-friendly glamping, caravan and tent camp sites, cabins and bed-and-breakfast style accommodation options. Venture into Queensland's first official National Park for a day of trail walking, stopping for a swim in the crystal clear rock pools at the base of Cedar Creek Falls. ... Read More

Stradbroke Island

Affectionately known as Straddie to the locals, North Stradbroke Island is the second largest sand island in the world, 30km from Brisbane. An easy journey via ferry across Moreton Bay from Cleveland, Straddie is one of the most popular holiday camping spots in south east Queensland. ... Read More

The Grampians

A weekend escape to the natural beauty of The Grampians is a rewarding experience for hikers, fishers, rock climbers, paddlers and campers. Three hours drive from Melbourne, Halls Gap is the main gateway to the thrilling forests and sandstone mountains that can be found in The Grampians National Park. ... Read More