Flea Creek is tucked away in a valley surrounding the Goodradigbee River, near the northern fringe of the Australian Alps and within the Brindabella National Park.
The Davies Plains Track kicks off near Thredbo Village, not far from the headwaters of the mighty Murray River.
The Coxs River is a cool freshwater watercourse that rises in the Ben Bullen State Forest and flows over 150km through the Blue Mountains before emptying into Warragamba Dam.
Somerset Dam’s a corker of a spot to pull up for a night or two. Nestled in the lap of the Sunny Coast hinterland, it’s just 100 clicks nor’west of Brissie and a picture-perfect spot to roll out a swag, have a cast and forget your worries.
Home to the notorious Shady Camp, Mary River is renowned around the country as perhaps your best bet for getting connected to a huge, rampaging wild barramundi.
Lake St Clair National Park is a bonafide Tassie treasure. Sprawled across ancient rainforests and alpine reaches, it’s home to the iconic Cradle Mountain and is a world famous hiking destination.