This historic port near the mouth of the River Murray has become a popular upmarket getaway location.
This historic goldmining town is known as the Queen of the Murchison.
New South Wales
This unique Art Deco gem sits at the heart of the Murrumbidgee Irrigation Area (MIA) in the Riverina district of New South Wales.
This unique settlement, Australia’s only monastic town, is a Benedictine religious community in the West Australian wheatbelt.
Steeped in history and offering fine food and beautiful scenery, this pretty locale is the perfect getaway in the Murray region.
Robe’s appeal lies in its incredible collection of well-preserved
historic buildings and its stunning coastal environment.
With a name that invokes a famous event in the bible, this tiny outback town could be en route to the Promised Land.
Offering historic buildings, fine seafood and stunning scenery, this quaint town is the jewel of the Limestone Coast.
This charming inland agricultural
centre has an ambience that’s reminiscent of life in the 1950s.
Perched on the edge of the desert, this outback town might be
a shadow of its former self but it’s definitely worth a visit.