Crossing the oceans can offer a diverse and rich travel experience, but here are valid reasons – one for each state and territory – to stay right at home.
Saved by eco-activists in the 1980s, the Franklin River is giving back with a trip on the wild waterway offering heart-racing adventure amid green misty beauty.
A glide through Coles Bay by kayak offers peaceful perspective.
A lunch of fresh crayfish and Tasmanian wine on the beach at Flinders Island's Killiecrankie beach is a fly-in, fly-out affair.
You needn't hike for days to find some of the state's finest scenes.
As we come to a steeper pinch, I push it into turbo.
Tasmania is a natural artwork framed by the most beautiful of beaches.
From the northernmost point to the southernmost point, Australia's most southern state is a treasure trove for travellers. Lush vineyards, mountain hideaways and stunning beaches; "Tassie" is a mix of country towns, hip city digs and natural wonder. The island is home to some of the world's most breath-taking national parks and World Heritage Sites, and is an ideal playground for travellers who love the outdoors.