Turn winter blues to turquoise with a mid-year escape to sunny North Queensland. June to September is the best time of year for 25 degree days and stinger free water - allowing you to swim, snorkel and island hop your way along the coast. Just don’t make your friends jealous with all of your not-so-wintery holiday snaps. Visit Whitsundays, Queensland, Australia
The Kimberley is filled with outback journeys that take you through rugged wilderness, remote stations and spectacular waterholes. The expedition is also lined with very photogenic Boab trees. In fact you may be able to find ‘Gregory’s Tree’ at Timber Creek with the inscription “July 2nd 1856”. It was carved by explorer Sir Charles Augustus Gregory, after whom the Australian Boab ‘Adansonia greggorii’ is named. #funfact
220km of uninterrupted white Western Australian sand makes Eighty Mile Beach one of Australia’s best places for a ‘long walk along the beach’. Along your journey you may come across fishermen, sea birds and mangroves, as well as an incredible array of tropical shells perfect for collecting like our Avis Roadtrippers Jo & Jane.
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