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18 travel features tagged “Nature & Outdoors”

The wild side of Western Australia

Covering one-third of the continent, vast Western Australia teems with wildlife – and there’s rarely a soul in sight.
Read more… 22 February 2014


High and dry in Australia’s Buccaneer Archipelago

Talbot Bay is only a small part of this island cluster, where horizontal waterfalls and some of the biggest tidal changes in the world add danger to the average fishing trip.
24 August 2013


Escaping the heat in Far North Queensland

The cool, clean and astonishingly green volcanic plateau of Australia’s Atherton Tablelands, just an hour inland from tropical Cairns, packs a dramatic punch in the sightseeing stakes.
Read more… 26 April 2013


Tasmania’s true wilderness

The Tarkine, the planet’s second-largest temperate rainforest, is a magical world of ancient pine trees, spectacular waterfalls and historic gold-rush settlements.
Read more… 04 April 2013


Exploring Queensland’s rainforest hinterland

Beyond the bikini-draped shores of Australia’s Gold Coast is a lush, subtropical wonderland of cascading waterfalls, bioluminescent mushrooms and rainforest retreats.
Read more… 15 January 2013


The must-sees of Queensland

Relax on white-sand beaches, explore the dusty outback and chase dingoes through the sand in sunny northeastern Australia.
26 December 2012


Kayaking Australia’s Whitsunday Islands

Paddle around the forested domes of drowned mountains and sleep under the stars in rustic beach campsites on an unforgettable sea-to-summit trail.
Read more… 06 December 2012


The islands of Sydney Harbour

Where there used to be 14 islands dotting the busy waterway, only eight have avoided the growth of Australia’s biggest metropolis.
Read more… 30 October 2012


Cast away: five island paradises

From the gale-blasted cliffs of Scotland to the balmy shores of the Seychelles, travel experts reveal their secret hideaways.
Read more… 12 September 2012


Australia’s remote slot canyons

Just a few hours’ drive west of Sydney, daring Aussies plunge into the many canyons of the country’s Blue Mountain region.
06 September 2012


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