In this vastness of Central Australia, you can hardly pass a peak or even a pile of rocks without it having an Aboriginal name, story, or legend about it. Some of them, however, are lost in the dust and haze of time.
There's never been a better time to pack up the rig and set off to Tasmania. With no chance of overseas travel on the horizon, a trip across the Bass Strait is about as close as you can get. And with the Spirit of Tasmania offering travellers the chance to bring their car for free, there's not much holding you back.
How often have you seen a post shared on social media that makes you shake your head in disbelief because some idiot has destroyed a campground performing drunken doughnuts in their 4WD? We give a little insight on 4WDriving and taking care of the tracks.
Tasmania certainly punches above its weight when it comes to things to see and do! You’ll experience spectacular scenery, picturesque coastal views, waterfalls, mountain views, a variety of 4WD tracks, trails, fishing spots, National Parks and plenty of food and wine destinations. So here are some of Tassies best - and our top five!
Memories and remnants of cattle drovers and bad-arse bushmen still linger in the High Country throughout Victoria, ACT and New South Wales. We explore the history behind this iconic Aussie way of life and detail how you can experience it in the modern day.