From hidden waterfalls to mind-blowing sunsets and ancient gorges, here are 10 places from the couple’s book, Australia’s Top 100 Places to Go — The Ultimate Bucket List, that you must see before you die.
This is the main hub for visitors and bushwalkers exploring Wilpena Pound. The extensive facilities, easy access to the nearby resort and the magnificent river red gums along Wilpena Creek make this a very popular haunt – accordingly, it pays to.
Finke Gorge National Park straddles the often-dry Finke River, the oldest watercourse in the world, which meanders 400 kilometres before it peters out in the Simpson Desert. In a hidden gorge in the park, rare Livistona palms ﬂourish, reminders of.
Lying between Bremer Bay and Hopetoun on the south coast of Western Australia, Fitzgerald River National Park is renowned as one of the most diverse botanical regions in the world. This vast, ﬂora-rich area is one of only two national parks in.