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Australia - Self drive to one of the most picturesque routes would be the Black Spur in Victoria, Australia in a 4wd camper or Luxury RV motorhome hire.
• About the Black Spur in Victoria Australia - • One of the most picturesque routes would be the Black Spur in Victoria • Total distance: 27.9 kilometres.

Driving time: 30 minutes Start: Healesville Linking the Yarra Valley with the mountain areas around Marysville is the road known as the Black Spur Drive, which passes between Healesville with Narbethong on the Maroondah Highway. • Famous for its heady scenery of spectacular tall forests, the Black Spur winds its way up the Great Dividing Range. • Lower the windows and savour the fragrance of the Australian bush as you pass through the forest. • The drive is bordered by immense mountain ash trees that allow dappled sunlight to make its way down to the cool, lush understorey of green ferns. • At the base of the Black Spur you will find Fernshaw picnic area with rest facilities. • You can also utilise the picnic facilities at Dom Dom in Marysville State Forest. • Tap into your travel smarts and download these smartphone apps to find your way around Melbourne’s bars, restaurants, events, shopping and transport.• Courtesy visit melbourne •

Australia - Self drive to the Ettamogah Pub from Sydney the most famous carziest pub in Australia in a 4wd camper or Luxury RV motorhome hire.
• About the Ettamogah Pub Australia - • Maybe Australia's most photgraphed pub and Daly Water a close second to Barrow Creek

It is located at Cnr Merriville & Windsor Rds Kellyville Ridge, New South Wales, 2155 • The Ettamogah features a large beer garden, dedicated children's play centre and weekly jumping castle, pony rides and a face painter, the Ettamogah is a family friendly hotel. Our Bistro is open 7 days with an extensive affordable menu, 3 dedicated function rooms and multiple bars suitable for any occasion. • Ring and check first though - Bring the kids to the Etta on any Sunday and they can enjoy jumping on the Jumping Castles, Playing in the Play gym, Petting the animals in the Petting Zoo or getting their faces painted. Then every Sunday we have something special to do! It could be seeing the reptile show, riding the Bucking Bull, riding the ponies or getting an airbrush tattoo… AND its ALL FREE!!! • • The Ettamogah Pub is a cartoon pub that was featured in the now defunct Australasian Post magazine.

Australia - Self drive to the Katherine Gorge from Darwin in a 4wd camper or family RV motorhome hire.

• About Katherine Gorge Australia - • This 292,800 hectare National Park is owned by the Jawoyn Aboriginal people and jointly managed with the Parks and Wildlife Service of the Northern Territory. Some of this Park's amazing features include spectacular dissected sandstone country, broad valleys and numerous, significant cultural sites.

The deep gorge carved through ancient sandstone by the Katherine River is the central attraction of the Park. • Nitmiluk National Park is located in the Top End of Australia's Northern Territory. The Park has two main points of visitor access. The Park's main entrance is located 30 km northeast of Katherine via a sealed road. Katherine is located 310 km south of Darwin along the Stuart Highway. • Leliyn (Edith Falls) on the western side of the Park, is reached by turning off the Stuart Highway 42km north of Katherine then following a sealed road for a further 19km.• The most comfortable months to visit the Park are from May to September. The wet season causes flooding of the Katherine River and restrictions on some of the activities available. The access road may be cut off for short periods during peak flooding times. • Recreational Activities • Scenic and Cultural Features • Ranger Guided Activities • Nitmiluk National Park Tour Guide Handbook •

Australia - Self drive from Cairns around outback Queensland and explore it's famous beaches in a 4wd camper or Luxury RV motorhome hire.
• About the Great Barrier Reef Australia - • The Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef system in the world. • It is found in the Coral Sea, off the coast of Queensland, Australia.

• The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest living structure. • It is made up of around 2900 individual reefs and 900 islands. • The Great Barrier Reef is around 2600 kilometres (1616 miles) in length. • Astronauts can see the Great Barrier Reef from space. • Marine animals called coral play an important role in the formation of the Great Barrier Reef. • Coral create calcium carbonate which forms a hard, shell-like skeleton. • The Great Barrier Reef is home to a wide range of life, including fish, sea turtles, giant clam, seahorse, sea snakes, nudibranch, sea turtles, stingray, sharks and many more. • Over 1500 different species of fish live in the Great Barrier Reef, including clownfish, star of the animated film Finding Nemo. • Whales, dolphins and dugong can also be seen in the Great Barrier Reef. • Climate change is perhaps the biggest threat to the Great Barrier Reef. • Warmer ocean temperatures put stress on coral and lead to coral bleaching. • The Great Barrier Reef is a popular tourist destination with around 2 million visitors every year. Courtesy www.sciencekids.co.nz.

Australia - Self drive to the Murray River and Echua and Mildura from Melbourne or Adelaide in a 4wd camper or Luxury RV motorhome hire.>

• About the Murray River Australia - • The Murray is the third longest navigable river in the world, after the Amazon and Nile • Total length - 2520 kilometres from its source in the Upper Murray and the Kosciusko National Park.

The Murray is continuously navigable for 1986 kilometres from Goolwa to Yarrawonga • It spans three states - Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia • The river has 4 major dams, 16 storage weirs and 15 navigable locks • Is the major domestic water supply for over 1.5 million households • Along with its tributaries, the Murray is part of the third largest water catchment on earth • Aboriginal occupation goes back 40,000 years at Mungo National Park close by • For half a century from 1853, the Murray was a virtual water highway •The worlds largest canoe race is held each year on the Murray • Murray Cod can easily grow up to 1.8m in size • The Murray has the worlds largest redgum forest and ibis rookery on its banks • The Murray is a mecca for golfers with 37 golf courses along its banks. Courtesy www.murrayriver.com.au

Australia - Self drive The Great Ocean Road from Melbourne to Adelaide in a 4wd camper or Luxury RV motorhome hire.

• About The Great Ocean Road Australia - • Whales are often sighted along the Great Ocean Road and Winter is the perfect time to see these magnificent creatures of the sea.

Walk at your own pace along the Great Ocean Walk and take a short walk of up to 3 hours long or Explore the Great Ocean Walk on a day walk and witness breathtaking ocean views and natural wonders. • Discover kilometres of clean, golden sand and majestic waves along the Great Ocean Walk. • There are attractions, activities, events and features throughout the region to suit all ages and interest groups. From theme parks for children to adventure sports for adrenaline junkies. From gourmet food and wine experiences to bushwalking through campsites. From a simple dip in the ocean to a luxurious spa retreat. There really is something for everyone. • Great Ocean Road touring map PDF external link • The Great Ocean Road is an Australian National Heritage listed 243 kilometres (151 miles) stretch of road along the south-eastern coast of Australia between the Victorian cities of Torquay and Allansford.• Enjoy the Great Ocean Walk by day and retire to your bed at night from resorts to cottages. • Feel the freedom of walk in, walk off camping along the Great Ocean Walk at a variety of campsites.

Australia - Self drive to the Litchfield Park from Darwin in a 4wd camper or family RV motorhome hire.>

• About Litchfield National Park Australia - • Together with stunning tropical waterfalls and swimming holes, this is a truly beautiful destination found just south of Darwin, the capital city of the Northern Territory.

Litchfield National Park features numerous waterfalls which cascade from a sandstone plateau called the Tabletop Range, monsoon rainforests, intriguing magnetic termite mounds and historical sites. Litchfield National Park is chosen by local Darwin residents and tourists as 1-3 day destination for it's waterfalls and magnetic termite mounds. Also noted are the 4WD tracks into some of the more remote parts of Litchfield National Park and surrounding region. Litchfield National Park lies approximately 130km's southwest of Darwin near the town of Batchelor and covers around 1,500 sq km's.

Australia - Self drive to the Bungle Bungle from Darwin in a 4wd camper rentals

• About Bungle Bungles Australia - • Self drive to the Bungle Bungle Range from Broome or Darwin is a Australia four wheel drive hire camper or wagon

The Bungle Bungle Range rises up to 578 metres above sea level. The range stands 200 to 300 metres above a woodland and grass-covered plain, with steep cliffs on the western face. Elsewhere, particularly where Piccaninny Creek has formed Piccaninny Gorge, the range is cut by deep gullies and breaks up into complex areas of ridges and domes, with prominent orange and black or grey bands. Where is it? - The turn-off to the park is 250 km south of Kununurra or 109 km north of Halls Creek. The park access road is accessible only to four-wheel-drive vehicles.

Australia - Self drive to the Gibb River Road from Darwin in a 4wd camper hire.

• About the Gibb River Road Australia - • Self drive along the Gibb River Road from Broome or Darwin is a Australia four wheel drive hire camper or wagon.

The Gibb River Road was initially constructed as a beef road to transport cattle from the surrounding stations to the ports of Derby and Wyndham. It spans some six-hundred and seventy kilometres from Derby to the junction of the Great Northern Highway between Wyndham and Kununurra. On passing through a gap in the Napier Range, the majesty of the King Leopold Ranges comes into view. The road winds and twists its way through this magnificent area of sheer cliffs and water holes.

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