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  • Bombing of Darwin

    Bombing of Darwin

    It would be difficult to visit Darwin and not see or hear something about the bombings although for decades the true facts were supressed.

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  • Closer to the sun

    Closer to the sun

    Spend a couple of days at some great family oriented attractions including Australia Zoo, the Big Pineapple, milking cows and more.

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  • Nature's Refuge

    Nature's Refuge

    Coolendel on the Shoalhaven River is a natural refuge from the demands of ordinary life. Once you're there, you won't want to leave.

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  • Bloomin' fantastic

    Bloomin' fantastic

    The wildflower season in WA is one of the world's greatest natural spectacles. Australian C+RV outlines some of its top driving routes.

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  • The land of the free

    The land of the free

    An RV holiday through the US sunshine state, California is filled with surprises and now we're hooked on this RV caper.

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  • Sun Spot

    Sun Spot

    Sitting on the coast halfway between Brisbane and Sydney, South West Rocks is a great stopover along the Pacific Highway.

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  • Art and Soul

    Art and Soul

    Apart from being an oasis in the outback, Mutawintji is noted for one of the best collections of Aboriginal rock art in the state.

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  • Currawinya National Park, Qld

    Currawinya National Park, Qld

    Currawinya's desert wetlands are the most diverse and geographically concentrated in Australia.

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  • Fruity Tas

    Fruity Tas

    If you're ever looking for an excuse to getaway do yourself a favour, head to Tasmania to track down some old school fruit!

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  • The last frontier

    The last frontier

    The largest yet least densly populated US state, Alaska delivers an adventure like no other - from dog sledding to flying over glaciers.

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  • Northern wanderings

    Northern wanderings

    For many caravans and RV's, Cooktown on Queensland's far north coast marks the far northern boundary of their wanderings...

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  • Island Paradise

    Island Paradise

    Get close to nature on the world's largest sand island. With so much to see it's almost impossible to fit it all into one trip

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  • Kilcunda Cliffs

    Kilcunda Cliffs

    Kilcunda packs a bit of a punch, and that's not just because the late world boxing champ Lionel Rose once lived and trained here.

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  • Outback Beds

    Outback Beds

    When you stay with people who make their living from the land, you understand the true nature of the NSW outback.

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  • Dubbo what to do, try the zoo

    Dubbo what to do, try the zoo

    Western Plains Zoo is Dubbo's No 1 tourist attraction, just 10 minutes drive from the city centre and a guaranteed hit with kids.

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  • Newnes - a pub with no beer

    Newnes - a pub with no beer

    The last remaining building in the historic oil shale mining town plays host to an abundance of bushwalks, ruins and native animals...

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  • The Coral Coast

    The Coral Coast

    Ningaloo Reef is the only place in the world where the whale sharks are known to visit on an annual basis and in large numbers.

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  • Close Encounters

    Close Encounters

    Getting close to any wild animal is an incredible experience, but when the animals willingly come to interact with you, like the dolphins of Monkey Mia do, it's a truly enchanting experience.

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