Perhaps the Territory’s most well known attraction, Kakadu National Park is an international tourism destination in its own right and a national treasure on the doorstep of all Darwinians.
Baw Baw National Park is the perfect destination for a weekend trip out of Melbourne with that proper Alpine feel. Just 120 clicks from the big smoke, it feels a million miles removed.
Yorke Peninsula is bound to the west by Spencer Gulf and to the east by St Vincent Gulf and offers visitors some 700km of coastline to explore with some ripper offroad drives available.
The Minjerribah Recreation Area casts a net over all of Stradbroke Island’s best bits, including all the beaches that allow 4WDing, its camping areas and holiday parks.
Conondale NP is located 130km north of Brisbane in the Sunshine Coast hinterland and fences off a patch of gorgeous wilderness and challenging 4WD tracks perched amongst the peaks and troughs of the Great Dividing Range.
Sundown’s red dusty tracks and sparse vegetation lends a remote feel. You could almost be out on the edge of the outback, miles from anywhere.
Instead, the park sits just above the New South Wales border and is just three hundred clicks southwest of Brisbane’s CBD.