Fitzgerald River National Park, A Botanical Wonderland Part One

Fitzgerald River National Park  is on the southern coast of Western Australia in between Albany and Esperance. Cape Le Grand National Park  which we just featured in last week’s blog, and Cape Arid National Park, which we just wrote about are on the east side near Esperance. The other remote southern national parks of Western […]

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October 1st, 2016

A Mountain Hiking Holiday in Stirling Range National Park

We just wrapped up a seven part series on the National Parks and nature parks near Perth. Now we are heading away from Perth but still staying in Western Australia to explore some of the more remote National Parks in the state. First up on our list is Stirling Range National Park in the southwest corner of Western Australia.

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September 15th, 2016
Potaroo Falls Picnic Area, Tapin Tops National Park

Exploring the National Parks of NSW: Tapin Tops National Park

As we continue through the National Parks of New South Wales we hope you are enjoying the journey. Did you know that there are over 850 national parks in New South Wales? We are highlighting some of the most popular and some of our favourite national parks of NSW. First, we featured some of the best National Park in Queensland and now we are on a journey, exploring the national parks in New South Wales. When it comes to choosing a favourite national park in New South Wales, there is often a debate. Of course, it is a matter of preference as to which one is your favourite and there is definitely no shortage of choices. We started out in the vast wilderness of Barrington Tops National Park. It is […]

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August 31st, 2015

Camping Out with Nature in Barrington Tops National Parks

Barrington Tops National Park includes the Barrington Tops Mountains which are part of the Mount Royal Range an offshoot of the Great Dividing Range. This wilderness area is part of the Gondwana Rainforest network which is part of the most extensive subtropical rainforest in the world. Barrington Tops National Park covers a massive space of 95,000 hectares. It is a must see destination and its mystical reputation precedes it. Because it is so fast, outlaws on the run have used it to evade authorities and planes have been lost inside it and never found. It is a beautiful example of unspoilt nature with a thriving community of plants and animals. In addition to that, it is a place you should see just because the Gondwana Rainforests serve as an example […]

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August 21st, 2015
Great Barrier Reef

10 Tips for Camping in the Great Outdoors of Queensland Australia

We have been focusing a great deal on Queensland lately. In the last month we have been highlighting Queensland’s national parks. It is also home to the Great Barrier Reef but is so diverse with rainforests, mountains, and outback desert. Since we have been highlighting destinations in Queensland, we also want to help you with some safety tips to help you make the most of your holiday in Queensland.

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May 15th, 2015

Glamping in Victoria

Do you want to explore the great outdoors of Australia and commune with nature but still want those creature comforts and even luxuries of a hotel, then you should look into glamping! If you haven’t heard of “glamping” before, it is a combination of the words glamour and camping. Glamping might be a relatively new name, but luxury camping sites are not all too new of a concept. In fact, they are very plentiful in the state of Victoria. We will be featuring 4 different glamping sites in Victoria, Australia in this post today. According to GlampingHub.com, Australia is home to some of the most beautiful glamping sites in the world. With access to the best of both worlds, you can sleep under the stars and be one with nature […]

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February 28th, 2015
Karijini Eco Retreat Tent - Featured

Glamping in Western Australia

Western Australia offers some of the best remote campsites in the world. If you want to experience Australia’s wild and rugged nature but don’t favour the idea of “rouging it”, then you should look into accommodations at luxury bush resorts, or “glamping”. If you haven’t heard of “glamping” before, then sit back and relax so that we can tell you about some of the most luxurious glamour camping sites in Western Australia. Sure, many travellers in Australia like to rough it and hike out to the wilderness to find bush camping. However, there are others who prefer to commune with nature on their holiday with some added comforts or even luxuries. The glamping business is a relatively new world-wide phenomenon. According to GlampingHub.com, Australia is home to some of the […]

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February 25th, 2015
Sunset at Boolimba Bluff - Featured

Take a Trip to the Outback: Carnarvon National Park Campgrounds (Part Two)

Camping in the Outback and spending the night under the stars with nature all around is an experience that you should take full advantage of while in beautiful Central Queensland. It takes only about a ½ day drive to get to Carnarvon National Park from the east coast. If you are on holiday on the […]

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October 29th, 2014