Last year nearly 13 million Aussies over 14 years took at least one holiday. Nearly a third of those holidaymakers said they traveled with a partner. According to the latest research by Roy Morgan, people who take a holiday with their significant other are more likely than the average Aussie holiday-goer to visit historical sites, art galleries, go bushwalking, dine out at restaurants and go to the theatre. Here are 20 reasons why you and your partner wouldn't want to travel to the Northern Territory instead of visiting a museum.
When we think of the Outback we think of vast sweeping landscapes and rich aboriginal culture, however we also think about the distance! Luckily the Outback of NSW is one of Australia’s most accessible outback regions. Less than a day’s drive from four state capitals the beautiful landscapes of Outback NSW awaits all travellers.
Don’t discount the Outback just because it's remote. That’s what makes it so special. Worried about the heat? Don yourself an Akubra. Think it’s all pesky flies and dirt storms? Think again...
Take advantage of the diverse geography of Australia and head out of the cities for some of the best getaways this country has to offer. These spots are guaranteed to excite and invigorate, and boast some of the most spectacular landscapes you’ll ever see.
Beautiful Australia has some of the best scenery and wildlife-spotting opportunities in the world. Here's where to head for your nature fix.
A huge intriguing expanse of desert and wilderness, the outback is uniquely Australian and tourists flock there to encounter the true Australian spirit. The outback is a vast attraction in itself, but what are the must see attractions hiding within its boundaries?
Hidden away in the great Australian Outback, these spectacular sights will blow your mind!
If you've wanted an authentic holiday in the Aussie outback, you have to join the locals.
I was confused. Aussies have one of the world's wonders practically on their doorstep and yet they come up with all these excuses for not visiting.