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Travel: The Top End, Kakadu and Litchfield

Home to a World Heritage National Park, this Northern Territory area is a paradise for nature lovers with a myriad of magical places to camp.

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Sweeping Plains: Silos, Shearers, and Shiraz

Heading west is a surefire way to learn about times past when pioneers, bushrangers, and swagmen freely roamed the land

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Red Centre Essentials Checklist

As one of Australia's top destinations, Central Australia offers a plethora of must-see sights and adventures

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Purnululu's Secret Adventure

An epic access track, hidden amphitheatres and big, banded beehives make Purnululu National Park as much a bucket list destination as you can get

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A Diamond in the Rough

Queensland’s Channel Country is a harsh land of prolonged droughts and short-lived floods. At its heart lies the Diamantina National Park.

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7 Reasons to Visit Sensational Port Macquarie

What was once a convict settlement has developed into one of NSW's best coastal towns.

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Let the Goog Times Roll

If solitude, dune driving, orange dirt vistas, desert wildlife, and starry skies tickle your fancy, check out Goog’s Track

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New England, The Southern Way — Part 1

Most commonly explored northbound from Sydney, what happens if you flip the New England High Country on its head?

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Whatever Your Watering Hole

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.

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Wandering the Remote Western Deserts

The feeling when you're alone in WA's East Pilbara is worth the effort to get there

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Review: SWAG SCT13 MAX Off-Road Hybrid Camper

A 13ft hybrid shouldn’t have all the features that the SCT13 MAX does. For a quick roadside overnight you don’t even have to put the roof up as you can sit on the bed with the roof down.

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Gear review: OzTrail Forbes Camp Chair

A comfortable chair is one of the most important pieces of kit you can pack for any trip — how does the Forbes from OzTrail stack up?

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