The capital of Victoria is known for its culture. Those who linger will be rewarded by the city’s slow-burning charm – from antique trams to leafy parks and bay promenades.
The coastline’s significance in Australian life goes far deeper than convenience.
The Australian island state’s list of Abels – 160 peaks above 1,100m in altitude – is a complex hiking challenge modelled directly on Scotland’s famed Munros.
As Australia’s Northern Territory debates the prospect of reinstating limitless roads, we uncover the places where you can already accelerate to your fast-beating heart’s desire.
On the doorstep of Australia’s most populous city, the bucolic Hawkesbury River teases visitors with long-lost prehistoric wonders, a beer-less pub and audacious wildlife.
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