The renowned barramundi fishing operation Shady Camp is located within the Mary River National Park, under 200km east of Darwin and well within range of a daytrip from the state capital.
Bathurst and surrounds, approximately 280 clicks to the northwest of Sydney’s CBD, is ground zero for NSW’s mid nineteenth century gold rush.
The 151km drive from the village of Corryong through to Tom Groggin is a cracking offroad day trip with five-star High Country vistas on tap.
Conondale National Park is just out the back of Maleny in the Sunny Coast hinterland, barely an hour out of Brisbane’s northern suburbs.
Beachport Conservation Park is an idyllic coastal enclave located 380km southeast of Adelaide, back towards the Victorian border.
Rolled up in the snug wine country of the Southern Highlands, just inland from the NSW south coast, the Kangaroo Valley is barely a two drive south of Sydney’s city limits.