When it comes to big attractions, there are few places in Oz that draw as many people to it as Uluru
Looking for an adventure that combines history with fun?
Destinations in Australia’s Channel Country unfold like a bucket list of must-sees.
What was once a convict settlement has developed into one of NSW's best coastal towns.
If solitude, dune driving, orange dirt vistas, desert wildlife, and starry skies tickle your fancy, check out Goog’s Track
Are you a sucker for history? How about monsters? Big things? Join Scott in the Central West of NSW to see what lies below the surface.
Rugged 4WD tracks challenge seasoned all-terrain travellers and serenity rewards nature lovers in this national park
Most people think exploring the stunning Coral Coast is best during the cooler months, but the locals will tell you, “It’s even better in summer.”
The desire to head to remote regions in is strong, but is your camper capable enough? We take a look at what it takes to make a remote camper
We take a look at some Australian destinations and offers some insights on how to go about ticking off some big domestic adventure goals
How much water do you carry in your camper when heading to the desert?
Travel, particularly interstate travel, now comes with a great deal of uncertainty. It’s important to be flexible, and not just because of COVID-19.
Last year, we packed our bags, quit our jobs, and went out to travel the country full-time. Here’s our take on why it has been worth it.
Beaches are an integral part of the Aussie identity. But with so many, particularly in the Top End of the Sunshine State, where should you consider?
Rich natural history meets picturesque scenery in Australia's hot, red centre
We’re going to the High Country, but this time it’s going to be different as we were taking our new Troopy offroad
In a bid to pin down which landscape is superior, we compare Mutawintji National Park in NSW with Qld’s Cape Hillsborough.
Look after your road rubber, and it'll look after you
The feeling when you're alone in WA's East Pilbara is worth the effort to get there
One of Australia's great desert trips, this route follows in the wake of early explorers and ancient Aboriginal people.
The Tamworth Country Music Festival is celebrating its 50th year of Australian country talent
When Sir David Attenborough describes something as one of the world’s best, you know it’s worth checking out
Gwydir has long flown under the radar as one of New South Wales’ most deserving attractions.
When nuclear tests took place nearly 70 years ago, the program was shrouded with secrecy. Today Maralinga shares its story.
Exploring Victoria’s largest National Park is always memorable, but this time it was different for our Editor-at-Large Glenn.
Extraordinary options and offroad readiness round out this exciting new lifestyle machine from Offline Campers.
The north-east, east coast, and Central Highlands of Tassie get a rare mention, but there's plenty to see and do
We show you the best ways to enjoy the Victorian High Country with the camper in tow
The West MacDonnell Ranges encapsulate the beauty of the Red Centre. Gorges and chasms; rugged hikes; and challenging 4WDing await if you’re game.
Although prep is often key for a safe and comfortable trip, sometimes the best experiences are those that are unplanned.
An epic access track, hidden amphitheatres and big, banded beehives make Purnululu National Park as much a bucket list destination as you can get
Come a waltzing following in the tracks of A.B. (Banjo) Paterson through classic Waltzing Matilda country where little has changed
Visit Cradle Mountain, Ben Lomond and Mount Field on a tour of the Apple Isle’s premier peaks.
Following on from part one, we continue our tour of New England High Country following the route less travelled — from north to south.
Our wide, brown land is full of tracks waiting to be traversed. There's more to travelling them though than simply heading off.
Most commonly explored northbound from Sydney, what happens if you flip the New England High Country on its head?
Kids are way more flexible and travel better than most adults. The limiting factor in many cases being the adults and what they can put up with!
It's usually the Victorian High Country that to come to mind, but head up into the ACT and NSW and you’ll find even more to explore.
When the shackles are removed and travel within Australia is finally back on, check out these unique destinations
Australia's northern coast is dominated by 'muddy' mangroves which play crucial roles in ecosystems
With nearly a dozen station stays available along the Gibb River Road, it’s a destination that has plenty to offer.
Queensland’s Channel Country is a harsh land of prolonged droughts and short-lived floods. At its heart lies the Diamantina National Park.
Heading to the Cape is on the bucket list of anyone who owns a 4WD. Here are some tips from us on what not to miss.
Kath reflects on the 40 years she has been venturing into the vast beyond.
You’ve arrived after a hard day’s drive. Get out of the vehicle, open one door, close it and you’re in bed. It’s that simple, yet it isn’t a caravan.
The spectacular coastline of the Tasmania’s West Coast is a hotspot for fishers, surfers and campers alike.
Hot and dry turns to hot and wet as you transition from the Red Centre to the Top End. Here’s how to keep hydrated.
Slicing deep into the mountains of north-east Victoria is the Buckland Valley, there’s enough to keep you entertained for days or even weeks.
Staying safe on an outback adventure isn't just about carrying enough food and water. The trick is all in the preparation.
If you’re into history and are keen to immerse yourself in vast wilderness, why not follow in the footsteps of European settlers.
The Signature Iridium 13 S hybrid offers a well kitted package for a comfortable price