Hill End is a former gold mining town in the Bathurst regional area of New South Wales, approximately 280km northwest of Sydney.
The World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain is located at the northern end of the Cradle Mountain-St Clair National Park, perfectly positioned for a weekend jaunt from either Hobart of Launceston.
The Gold Coast Hinterland stretches from the suburban fringe of the Goldie inland to the Tweed Range, Nimmel Range, Tamborine Mountain, Numinbah Valley and the eastern parts of McPherson Range.
The Barrington Tops National Park is a stretch of relatively high altitude wilderness located in the NSW Hunter Valley just 200km north of Sydney.
The park protects almost 170,000 hectares between Stawell and Horsham, and is located 260km west of Melbourne and 460km east of Adelaide.
Less than 150 clicks up the Pacific Highway from Sydney, it’s little wonder that The Watagans is the go-to spot for so many city-bound 4WDers.