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The oldest European settlement west of New South Wales’ Blue Mountains, Bathurst is pure gold.
Australia’s Best 100 Bike Rides is one of Aus Geo’s best-selling guidebooks and a cracking gift option for bike-mad friends and family. In this excerpt, we reveal our three fave rides from each state and territory.
Drake Passage’s formidable reputation has long deterred travellers wanting to discover the White Continent. But things have changed. You can now fly across Drake Passage in just two hours and be immersed in Antarctica’s delicate wild places in less time than it takes to drive from Bondi to Newcastle. Here’s how you can explore the wonders of Antarctica while avoiding a multi-day ocean crossing of Drake Passage.
The Northwest Territories is famous for the lights of the Aurora Borealis, but it is also packed full of other amazing outdoor adventures. Check them out!
Western Australia is known for its awe-inspiring wilderness and natural wonders, billions of years in the making. Where crystal-clear rockpools form below thundering waterfalls and dreamy ocean sunsets tint the landscape in surreal pink hues. It’s an enchanting place where connecting with the land helps you to reconnect with yourself. It’s untouched. Unspoilt. A place that grounds you, and the red dust-hued wilderness never leaves you.