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The Green Gully Track


Dramatic gorges, forested valleys and a rich pastoral history shape this spectacular four-day, hut-to-hut walk in Oxley Wild Rivers National Park.

Savannah caverns: Undara lava tubes


West of Atherton, in far north Queensland, lies a wonderland of geological delights – the legacies of ancient coral reefs, startling alluvial deposits and Earth’s longest volcanic lava flow.

Dandenong Ranges: Victoria’s nature haven


The fern–eucalypt association is the Dandenong’s signature. Every track or mountain road swooping down the flanks of the Dandenong Ranges in Victoria, seems to reveal another lavish, frond-filled gully. Among them, Sherbrooke Forest is one of the prime strongholds of temperate rainforest, a haven of mountain ash, mountain grey gums, silver wattle, soft tree ferns, blackwood and southern sassafras. Far from the nearest road, the only sounds in the valley stillness are the distant screeches of sulphur-crested cockatoos and the gurgle of water from the creek below.