Whalers Way on Eyre Peninsula The very tip of the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia reveals magnificent coastal scenery in a drive along Whalers Way. The road around the coast at the very south of the Eyre Peninsula, South Australia is called Whalers Way The rugged and treacherous cliffs of Whalers Way were once a […]
The spectacular, secluded waters of the Thomson Dam have provided drinking water to the people of Melbourne since 1983
Montague Island is a small island located off the coast of the state of New South Wales, Australia. Home to the historic Montague Island lighthouse, it’s a great place to visit if you want to unwind for a couple of days.
The Art Silos at Brim in Western Victoria celebrate the local famers who have lived and worked in the area for generations.
You can see Australian native animals at The Healesville Animal Sanctuary – an amazing place a couple of hours drive from Melbourne in Victoria, Australia. Here you will experience up-close encounters with a range of Australian wildlife, including kangaroos, dingoes, koalas, birds, snakes, and the strange platypus.
The Stick Shed in Murtoa is a second World War grain storage area so unique that it has pride of place on the Australian Heritage Register. Who would have thought there would be a forest of mountain ash trees in the Wimmera.
Lake Tyrrell, Victoria’s largest salt lake. The lake is famous for its sky reflections when it is filled with water (it’s called a sky mirror) so the best time to visit is during the July/November period.
King Island, famous for dairy products, crayfish, high quality beef and now golf, is a gem in the middle of Bass Strait. And it has the tallest lighthouse in Australia.
A great stop-off point on the way to Daylesford in Victoria’s mineral springs area.
Relax by the cozy fire, have a ride on a tourist train, visit a gold mine, wander through the historic cemetery – it’s a great weekend away in Walhalla.