Bunbury has frequently been called the dolphin capital of the state, as these pleasant, well-liked and exquisite creatures interact with visitors as much as they can. Close encounters with nature like these have never been simpler or more unforgettable than with Bunbury’s Bottlenose dolphins. They often explore Koombana Bay where tourists get an opportunity to associate with them on the beach. The majority of dolphins visit in the morning and are more constant throughout summer.Find Out More
Busselton has a history museum, but its main claim to fame is its timber jetty that is the longest in the Southern Hemisphere and stretches 1.8km. Busselton gets visitors from all over the globe to stroll down the Busselton Jetty or ride the Jetty Train to see the amaizng Underwater Observatory which displays Australia’s Greatest Artificial Reef. There are swimming and diving platforms, interpretive plaques and for those less athletically inclined, you can board the jetty train to travel the 1.7km to the observatory.Find Out More
Darwin’s Rural Area encompasses the towns of Humpty Doo, Howard Springs and Berry Springs. It covers the area beyond Palmerston and is situated in and around the Stuart and Arnhem Highways. They are all located approx. 30-45 mins drive from Darwin CBD and offer some great recreational activities, sporting facilities, natural features and heaps of picnic opportunities.Find Out More
Bring the family for a fun-filled day around the harbour-Enjoy the open air spaces and laneways of District Docklands – home to a great range of specialty stores, outlets, dining and entertainment. With everything found in one central precinct, it’s the perfect place to spend a whole day out. There are great eateries, lots of takeaway options, sweets and ice cream shops, serious shopping and a whole precinct for kids that includes kid’s clothing and toy stores, gaming centre, indoor mini golf and now the ice skating centre – where you can learn to skate or play ice hockey – they even have free lessons for beginners!Find Out More
Fabulous Fremantle is only 20 minutes from Perth and has so much to offer the visitor and local alike. History, food, activities and character draw people into Fremantle.
The unique city is ideal for pedestrians and its streets twist and turn making for an interesting environment. The township sits on a beautiful beach and fishing boat harbour and the seaside offers different options for everyone.
The city is full of hidden gems waiting to be discovered.Find Out More
Only an hour’s drive from Melbourne, Geelong is the perfect place to feel like you are on holidays without having to go far! The Geelong and surrounding Bellarine Peninsula area have stunning beaches and waterfront, year round activities and events, great parks and playgrounds, fantastic accommodation options and best of all, something to keep everyone in the family entertained!Find Out More
Discover the enchanting wonders of Gold Creek in Northern Territory, a haven for families seeking memorable adventures. Nestled amidst breathtaking landscapes, Gold Creek offers an array of kid-friendly activities that blend education with entertainment. From interactive wildlife encounters that introduce youngsters to Australia’s unique fauna, to engaging cultural experiences that delve into the rich Aboriginal heritage of the region, Gold Creek promises an unforgettable journey for all ages. With its captivating blend of nature, history, and hands-on fun, Gold Creek stands as a must-visit destination for families craving both leisure and learning in the heart of Northern Territory.Find Out More
The Great Ocean Road is an Australian National Heritage listed 243-kilometre stretch of road along the south-eastern coast of Australia between the Victorian cities of Torquay and Allansford. People from all over the world come to this region of the state to experience the stunning coastal scenery on the exhilarating drive, as it hugs the ocean, climbing up and around hills and gullies. On the route there are many places to pause and enjoy the views of the ocean and what the coastal towns have to offer.Find Out More
The fourth largest town in the NT, Katherine is the perfect base to explore the surrounding area. Swim in cool natural waterholes, have a traditional camp dinner under the stars, discover the wildlife. The main attraction is Nitmiluk National Park and Katherine Gorge which offers magnificent walking, swimming and boating experiences.Find Out More
Kiama is the quintessential beachside town that the NSW coast is famous for. It has several great beaches and its park, main shopping centre and train station are all close together and easily covered on foot. Filling in a day is easy with so much on offer for families.Find Out More
Explore the beautiful foreshores, rent a pedal buggy, go down the giant waterslide, browse the shops, have an ice cream at the berry farm, go on a cave tour or just relax.
A trip to the Central Coast is one everyone in the family will love. The Central Coast encompasses the towns on Ulverstone, Penguin and Leven.
You will find something to entertain the whole family.Find Out More
Discover one good thing after another in Canberra. Whether it’s iconic national attractions or breathtaking adventures in the great outdoors. Canberra has everything you need, and best of all, it’s all close by.Find Out More
Where do you find a real country atmosphere so close to the city? In the northern suburbs! With its rolling hills, plenty of parks and open space, picturesque villages and Melbourne’s friendliest people … the northern suburbs have plenty to offer families. There was a time when the land where townships and suburbs in the north were dotted with market gardens, orchards and dairy farms.Find Out More
Nowra is a delightful town on the NSW South Coast with intriguing museums, fascinating galleries and enchanting river cruises. You’ll enjoy delicious food and wine experiences and the Shoalhaven region’s main town is close to gorgeous beaches, too. It is the commercial hub of the Shoalhaven, taking its name from the Aboriginal word meaning “camping place” or “black cockatoo”.Find Out More
Scattered throughout the wide ranges of the Darling Scarp and only 45 minutes east of Perth City, you’ll find the Perth Hills. Artists, musicians and writers reside here, opening their homes and properties to retreat and dial down the fast-paced city life. Walk trails and bike tracks weave through the bush. Historic pubs cook and brew local produce to be enjoyed in the beer garden in summer and by an open fire in the cooler months. Babbling brooks, waterfalls and dams provide perfect picnics spots and recreational hubs for picturesque strolls. Fulfill your artistic soul with art galleries, tulip shows and farmers’ markets. The Darling Scarp is the perfect getaway, where being faraway is not far away at all.Find Out More
Phillip Island is only a short drive away. Most people think “penguins” when they hear the words “Phillip Island”, and whilst these cute little guys form an important part of the island’s fabric, there is much, much, more to do on Victoria’s favourite island!Find Out More
Escape the city and get away on a family holiday to the Sapphire Coast. The spectacular coastline is a natural playground for the whole family; kids and adults! Go on an animal encounter, experience the outdoors, swim at the pristine beaches or take an adventure challenge. From Eden to Merimbula, there is something to entertain everyone.Find Out More
Shellharbour a picturesque seaside destination, conveniently located on the South Coast of NSW is just 90 minutes south of Sydney and 2.5 hours from Canberra. Whether you’re seeking a seaside escape, an adventure or a great value family holiday, you’ll be delighted with Shellharbour.Find Out More
When visiting South Gippsland, and all the area has to offer, you will discover wineries, antique shops and art galleries, farmers markets, music festivals and many great attractions, such as Toora Windfarm, Coal Creek Historical Village, Mount Best Lookout. It is extremely popular for day and overnight hiking – the coastline and bush land is pristine. Toora Tourist Park is nearby to all the attractions of the area and has a great Tourist Park full of activities kids will love. It is close to Agnes Falls and Toora Windfarm.Find Out More
The twin towns of Yarrawonga Mulwala, located 281km north-east of Melbourne, on the banks of Lake Mulwala, are the perfect destination for visitors looking for adventure and water based activities. With the region’s long summer days and calm conditions, it is a perfect place to get out on the water and take a cruise, go water-skiing or wakeboarding, to try your hand at sailing, or simply take a leisurely paddle to experience Lake Mulwala and the Murray River.Find Out More
Launceston has a relaxed feel and is compact in size with nothing too far away. This makes it perfect to explore by foot or on a bike.
See spectacular attractions like; Cataract Gorge Reserve, QVMAG, Tramway Museum, Penny Royal, National Automobile Museum and much more. It has plenty of kids activities and things to do to keep everyone happy and entertained.
It is also the perfect base to then go on and explore the beautiful Tamar Valley.Find Out More
The City of Wanneroo is close to Perth and easily accessed by the Mitchell Freeway so you’ll be in this wonderfully diverse area before the kids will have time to say “Are we there yet?”
Explore the pristine beaches, underground caves or go canoeing on the lake. Try mini golf, go karting or bike riding in peaceful surroundings.Find Out More
Marvel at Warrnambool’s captivating position, nestled into the rising contour of Victoria’s south-west coast amid green dairying country and overlooking the deep blue of the Southern Ocean. Explore the ancient geological history of the region at Tower Hill, just 14 km west of Warrnambool. Located in an extinct volcano crater, Tower Hill Reserve is a haven for native flora and fauna. Join Indigenous guides on a tour through the reserve to see kangaroos, emus and koalas up close and learn about the local Aboriginal culture.Find Out More
If you love life by the water you’ll love Yarrawonga and Mulwala! ‘It is an ‘Inland Aquatic Paradise’. The lake is a purpose built reservoir that was created when a weir was built across the Murray River. Both sides of the lake have attractive shorelines that have plenty of activities around the year; including playgrounds, a skate park, swimming pools and even a splash pool.
There’s plenty to see and do, whether you want to enjoy a leisurely round of golf, explore the lake beaches and walking tracks, take a trip to sample local wines and produce, or check the museums and amusement park!Find Out More