Part of Australia's charm is its history. It also makes for some great places to visit! So take a journey down Australia's timeline & see what you can discover, or even learn.
The Sapphire Coast stretches from Bermagui to the north in New South Wales to the Victorian border in the south.
Visitors to the Monte Cristo Homestead report seeing eerie lights at the homestead or weird feelings where murders have occurred.
If you’re looking for some of the best surfers in the world, look no further than New South Wales, Australia!
Bushrangers were a common sight in the small town of Wagga Wagga during the 1800s.
Port Macquarie is known for its 17 uncrowded beautiful beaches, lush hinterland, abundant wildlife and a diverse variety of attractions.
A 90 minute drive south of Sydney along the Grand Pacific Drive is Kiama, where you’ll discover uncrowded beaches, marine and national parks.
The city of Orange sits at the foot of an extinct volcano, and is located in the Central West region of New South Wales, four hour’s drive west of Sydney.
The Great Dividing Range is Australia's most impressive mountain range and the 3rd longest land-based range in the world.
Despite its humble size, Broken Hill has played a significant role in the movie industry over the past decades.
With plenty to see and do - from gem fossicking to bushwalking - Lightning Ridge is well worth a visit!