Camping with dogs is an entirely different experience. In order to be well prepared and get the most out of your trip for both you and your dog, take a look at our top 3 tips for camping with your dogs.
Captain Thunderbolt was a mid-1800s bushranger who became something of a folk hero due to his gentlemanly behaviour and avoidance of violence. Thunderbolt roamed the region surrounding Tenterfield and camped using rock formations as his hideouts.
Winter is the perfect time to explore the centre of this great land we call Australia. Home to many adventurers, photographers, wildlife seekers, hikers, and 4×4 enthusiasts, you will find an eclectic bunch of travellers in the Great Outdoors!
Around upper eastern New South Wales, you will be spoiled for choice with an abundance of campgrounds, National Parks, waterfalls and exploring routes – enough to get a 4×4 enthusiast off road and back amongst nature. Tenterfield is a picturesque town, gazetted in 1851, with plenty to do within the town limits – visit Sir Henry Parkes School of the Arts Museum; the Tenterfield Saddler; or the Railway Museum.
Australia is once again fighting an invisible and impossible enemy; the COVID-19 Coronavirus. Our newspapers and television sets are being flooded with discussions about the virus, with words like “lockdown”, “restrictions” and “stay home” dominating the narrative.
The West Coast of Australia has a year-round tropical climate, which makes exploring during the winter months just perfect! Broome’s laid back, touristy vibe will make you feel welcome as you participate in all manner of activities such as fishing, diving, swimming, kayaking and interacting with marine life.