Ocean Beach is a popular tourist stopover on the Apple Isle’s wild and wooly west coast. There’s over 30km of beachfront to explore and crowds are but a figment of your imagination, out here.
The Coffs Coast is known for a lot of things – gorgeous scenery, a boundless spiral of white sandy beaches interspersed with coastal touring routes and some of the prettiest spots to throw down a swag for miles in any direction.
If you’re pining for a fair dinkum outback adventure through the wilds of South Oz, then a mission out to Ceduna’s sandy surrounds, and perhaps inland to conquer Googs Track, could be right up your alley.
Cape Leveque is located to the north of Broome in Western Australia’s Kimberley region at the very tip of the Dampier Peninsula.
The magnificent Lincoln National Park is located on the outskirts of the town of Port Lincoln, at the foot of South Oz’s Eyre Peninsula.
Diamantina National Park is a western Queensland icon located 1,278km inland of Brisbane, access is via the Warrego Highway, the A2 and the Kennedy Developmental Road.