Australia is the world’s driest inhabited continent, yet scattered across the country among the spinifex, red dust, the ochre cliffs are hidden freshwater oases that could easily go undiscovered if you didn’t know where to look. Here’s our pick of 10 waterholes and waterfalls around Australia with which to fill up your bucket list.
Whether you wish to observe or dive in, there is a multitude of ways to experience the majesty of this natural living wonder. Are you adventurous and confident in the water? Or do you prefer to stay dry and observe? Discover some of your options in the lists below.
From proud raptors and flighty finches to epic flocks of budgies – Alice Springs and surrounds are a paradise for bird-watchers. With 180 bird species to spot in the Red Centre alone, we’ve narrowed down 10 to put at the top of your list.
Mt Field National Park is a pocket-sized degustation of the best that Tasmanian wilderness has to offer.