Ready to walk it all off? It's time to look beyond your favourite trails and take a walk on Sydney's wilder side.
A good meal always tastes better when accompanied by a side serve of salt air and the sparkle of sunlight dancing on the water.
Australia is home to the oldest continuous culture on earth and stunning relics of its history remain.
This remote region would be overrun with tourists if it was a little more accessible.
Head for the hills, the Adelaide Hills, just out of town and one of Australia's most charming wine regions.
Sails in the Desert is a modern Australian classic and a luxurious base to explore Uluru and Kata Tjuta.
A cornucopia of underground delights awaits visitors to this region of South Australia.
In declaring that day-to-day life in Australia is not particularly culturally rich, I neglected to say something important.
From its red-earth centre, to the lush tropical coastline of sandy beaches, Australia is a place of unique extraordinary beauty and a deep rich history. You can walk across the land with a traditional owner, camp under starlight in the desert, wine and dine in the Barossa Valley or take a coastal drive along the Great Ocean Road. No place compares to this great southern land.