A roadtrip goes to the next level in Maui.
It seems that maybe this fine form of travel is losing its popularity.
It pays to stop the car and explore what the Great Ocean Road has to offer keen wildlife spotters.
Steep dunes, coloured cliffs and national parks make driving on the coastal headland beaches north of Noosa a scenic feast and a wild adventure.
You don't know fear until you've set out on a road trip with a two-month-old.
Ranks of old Toranas, Valiants, Morris Minors, EH Holdens and MGs are drawn up like an invasion force.
The Mediterranean is on my left. The road ahead twists and turns. This could be a Bond movie ...
Those who claim it's the most boring trip on earth are only partly right.
The car's three modes are Chill, Sports and – wait for it – Ludicrous.
A drive to the country is a reminder of the power of leaving familiar surrounds for a fresh comfort zone.
When it comes to roadtripping not all 'Great Drives' are as great as the tourist brochures say they are, while others are so 'great' the traffic snarls can make them feel more like a peak hour commute.
This is big territory; do your research, obey croc warning signs and know how to change a tyre…then get set for the adventure of a lifetime.