Darwin is a paradise packed full of affordable and family-friendly activities, if you know where to look. From swimming and drinking in the sights, to appreciating the local wildlife, there’s something for everyone in the family to enjoy.
We list some of the top activities below to help convince you Darwin is the place to be.
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Nestled by the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Wet Tropics, Cairns acts as the ultimate gateway to Tropical North Queensland. A single look at the place will fill your road trip holiday itinerary to the brim with ideas, making it a destination you can return to time and time again to see something new.
Want some examples? These are 10 of our top things to do in and around Cairns.
Adelaide is a gorgeous city, with all the charm of a European mecca, without the same busy feel. Make sure part of your Australian holiday itinerary includes a trip to the buzzing SA capital, so you can celebrate its arts, food, wine and tourism industries alongside the locals.
Here are our top 10 favourite things to do in Adelaide.
Australia’s past might be behind us, but its fascinating remnants are still scattered across the nation. From ominous old prisons to mighty stone forts, there are all kinds of historical attractions here that make for brilliant road trip itinerary ideas.
With so many different places in Australia to choose from, it’s hard to figure out where to start. Which cities are popular choices? What are their main attractions – what’s their character?
If you’re planning a holiday to this great city, you’ll be delighted to know that it has more days of sunshine than any other Aussie capital, according to Australia.com. In fact, it has a gorgeous Mediterranean climate, which barely drops below 20 degrees Celsius throughout the year.
For many, road trip holidays are as ingrained into our family history as our memories of school, relatives or first experiences. They offer a chance to get closer as a family or group of friends, and experience scenery and attractions at your own pace, without just skipping over them in a plane.
With very nearly a million kilometres-worth of roads in Australia, there are plenty of options to choose from when it comes to planning a driving holiday itinerary. To help you choose where on this awesome continent to tour, here are a few of our favourites.
When you visit the Western Australian capital of Perth, hire a rental car and begin to explore, it would be easy to fall under the illusion that you are stuck in the city itself. Of course, though there are certainly plenty of things to do here, there’s more still if you are looking for a great road trip idea.
Brisbane is a fantastic playground for tourists in Queensland, perfectly situated to start your Australian road trip holiday. Not only are the Sunshine and Gold Coast areas close by, but it has plenty to do on its own, too.