Are you suffering from a case of cabin fever? While state borders remained closed for now, regional intrastate travel is permitted in all states excluding Victoria. So what are waiting for? It’s time to get grab your empty eskies, hit the road and support our local communities. Discover some of our favourite Australian holiday destinations below.
Visit Australia’s oldest wine region with the first vineyards planted back in the 1830’s. Home to over 150 cellar doors, spend your days talking to the winemakers, sipping award-winning drops and admiring the bucolic scenery. A popular destination for Sydneysiders, the region is also a pioneer for fine dining and hosts a range of booze-free activities such as horse riding.
Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or a family-friendly escape, the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains National Park ticks all of the boxes. Visit famous attractions such as the Three Sisters, Jenolan Caves and Scenic World or simply relax and unwind with boutique accommodation, hatted restaurants and day spas.
Boasting pristine beaches, world-class food and wine, and lush countryside, the NSW South Coast really has it all. Spend your days exploring the national parks teeming with walks, waterfalls and wildlife and your evenings cosying up in your top-notch accomodation.
If a warm and cosy getaway is on your brief, look no further than the Mornington Peninsula, only an hour’s drive from Melbourne. Part country, part coastal, the region offers a range of activities that may well see you extend your stay. From hot springs and wineries to beach horse riding and hikes, there’s something for everyone.
Embark on a sunrise hot air balloon ride, enjoy a chauffeur-driven wine tour and encounter some of Australia’s most iconic wildlife during a trip to the Yarra Valley. If you’re a lover of decadent dining and fine wine, this one is for you!
Reconnect with nature and recharge your batteries with an iso escape nestled in the depths of the Daintree Rainforest. Choose to do as little or as much as you like with waterfalls and walking tracks at your doorstep, as well as luxury day spas and treehouse lodges.
Discover the incredible beauty of Western Australia’s South West region. From wineries, farmstays and caves in the Margaret River to whale watching cruises and long sandy beaches in Augusta, you’ll love getting back out in these wide open spaces.
Escape to the outback to relax and unplug in style. Wander through national parks
If you’re planning a holiday to Australia’s beautiful island state of Tasmania, visiting the capital city is a must. After exploring all that Hobart has to offer, board a ferry and visit the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), learn about Tassie’s ruthless convict past with a day trip to Port Arthur and take a cruise to Bruny Island to explore the spectacular landscape and local gourmet produce.