Anaconda's Best places in Australia to be outside
The Grampians National Park, VIC: One of the richest indigenous rock art sites in south-eastern Australia and home to beautiful bushwalking trails and rock climbing destinations. Halls Gap is perfect for accommodation, where they host Australia’s longest running food and wine festival, Grampians Great Escape, annually during May.
Maria Island, TAS: The mountainous island provides beautiful landscapes for hiking, snorkelling, cycling, birdwatching and relaxing. The island is the home of Darlington’s forgotten town, where old buildings are completely uninhabited, bar the park rangers. Access via a ferry is available from Triabunna, with common sightings of dolphins Australian fur seals and seabirds along the way.
Cape Le Grand National Park, WA: Home to whitest beach in Australia, Lucky Bay, juxtaposed by granite and gneiss peaks, this park is one of a kind in its history and beauty. Tourist actives include swimming, surfing, fishing, diving, canoeing, bushwalking and more.
Flinders Range, SA: The largest mountain range in SA, featuring the vibrant colours of 800 million-year-old quartzite and limestone outcrop, makes for a unique holiday destination. Experience the outdoors with walking trails, aboriginal culture tours, mountain bike rides, and scenic bush flights.
Gulf Region, NT: Enjoy one of the best remote fishing destinations, a helicopter rode over a lost city of ancient sandstone pillars and relax in Poppy’s Pool, a secluded thermal waterhole. Fishing and camping is not only for the tourists but is a way of life for many of the locals.
Fraser Island, QLD: The combination of rainforests, freshwater lakes and sand formations make for an incredible island experience. As the world’s largest sand island, you are offered an array of tourist activities, such as photographing the Maheno Wreck, fishing on 75-mile beach, trekking through Central Station Rainforest and whale watching in Hervey Bay Marine Park.
Oxley Wild Rivers, NSW: Containing Gondwana, a world heritage listed rainforest, the lush Green Gully bushwalk and Apsley Macleay Gorges, one of Australia’s largest gorge systems, this is a not-to-be-missed location. Escape for camping, swimming, bushwalking, horse riding, fishing or simply relaxing in a beautiful Australian landscape.
Namadgi National Park, ACT: A location rich in Aboriginal History and Australian wildlife, with the opportunity to explore, climb, abseil, mountain bike, trek, 4WD and more. Home of the spectacular views of the Granite Mountains, located in the northern end of the Australian Alps.