Climb to the top of Hanging Rock for great views over the countryside.
Get a fun introduction to gracious Bendigo’s history on a vintage ‘Talking Tram’.
Take an underground tour at Central Deborah Gold Mine.
Follow the Food Fossicking guided or self guided tour and discover some of the best restaurants, local produce and passionate food leaders in the region
Make your own pots at Bendigo Pottery, Australia’s oldest working pottery.
Take a leisurely walk around the city and admire the rich European architecture.
Wander along the Murray Esplanade at Echuca which is lined with quaint cafes and old-time shops.
Take a historic paddlesteamer cruise on the Murray River.
Go fishing for a Murray Cod, the largest freshwater fish in Australia, at a relaxing spot along the river bank.
Take an eco-guided Murray River cruise with Kingfisher Cruises and learn about the myths and legends of this area.
Tee off on one of the many magnificent golf courses along the Murray River.
Enjoy kayaking, swimming and waterskiing on the picturesque Lake Mulwala.
Trail around the cellar doors in the Rutherglen wine region which is renowned for its rich fortified wines and robust reds.
Experience Wonga Wetland’s abundant bird life.
Visit the National heritage-listed Bonegilla Migrant Experience and see first-hand what life was like as a post-war migrant.
Grab some fresh local produce and enjoy a picnic on the banks of Lake Hume.
Check out some interesting exhibitions at MAMA - Murray Art Museum Albury.
Enjoy the magnificent views of Albury from Monument Hill Lookout.
Take a moring walk and immerse yourself in the beauty and charm at Albury Botanic Gardens.
Cycle along the banks of the Murray or follow the Wagirra Trail to see some perfect examples of outdoor and indigenous art.
Venture into the delightful and fascinating display of meticulously crafted miniature buildings at Cockington Green Gardens in Canberra.
Explore some of the major attractions in the capital city, including the National Museum of Autralia, National Library, and the Australian War Memorial with the moving Last Post ceremony.
Take a sunrise hot air balloon fly and view the ‘bush captial’ from high above.
Cycle and just scroll along the purpose-built trail around Lake Burley Griffin.
Sample award-wining cool climate wine at more than thirty wineries within the the Canberra District wine region.
Go behind the scenes at AIS – Australian Institute of Sport and discover Australia’s sporting powerhouse with an elite athlete as your guide.
Follow the Kings Highway to Batemans Bay and enjoy charming views of rolling hills and national parks along the way.
Take a quick detour to Pebbly Beach to see kangaroos congregating on the sand.
Relax and enjoy a succulent seafood feast at Ulladulla.
Take a cruise at Jervis Bay to see dolphins, seals and perhaps even a whale or two during their migrating season.
Enjoy a swim at Hyams Beach, where you fill find the world’s whitest sand.
Follow the Grand Pacific Drive and enjoy the stunning coastal views and villages along the way.
Drive over the iconic Sea Cliff Bridge before stopping at Bald Hill Lookout for a spectacular view of the bridge and the Pacific Ocean.
Enjoy the lush green forest view and stop while driving through the Royal National Park, the second oldest national park in the world.
Enjoy dinner by the iconic Sydney Opera House in the world’s most famous harbour city.
Sydney to Melbourne Coastal Drive and the Sydney to Melbourne Heritage Drive are among Australia's most extraordinary road trips driving between Australia's two major cities, including Canberra and Jervis Bay