10 Aussie Travel Destinations We Can’t-Wait to Visit


Now that COVID-19 restrictions are slowly lifting, we are getting excited at the possibility of domestic travel. Our new Adventure Knits Collection is inspired by adventures: bonfires, sleeping under the stars, going on road trips and exploring all that mother nature has to offer. 

There is no better way to support local communities than to visit them. Whether you’re travelling to bush-affected communities or supporting our tourism industry, there are countless picturesque spots in Australia worth travelling to. Below, we share 5 Aussie travel destinations we can’t wait to visit.


Seal Rocks, NSW 

Seal Rocks is a little slice of paradise, some 310kms north of Sydney, on the Mid North Coast. This small, sleepy beach town is relatively isolated from the rest of the world, making it the perfect place to relax and reset. Stay in a tent or in a cabin at Treachery Camp, with camping prices at $19 a night. Make sure to take a trip up to Sugarloaf Lighthouse to take in a view of the sunset. 




Blue Mountains, NSW

The Blue Mountains were heavily affected by the recent bushfires and now is as good a time as ever to help its community to get back on its feet. At the Love Cabins Blue Mountains, you can stay in a treehouse, an enchanted cave or dreamy cabins for a romantic and scenic weekend getaway. Take in the mesmerising sights of the Blue Mountains, only an hour drive from Sydney.




Capertree Valley, NSW

Explore the worlds’ second-biggest canyon or spend the day tasting Mudgee Wines at Capertree Valley. This beautiful, vast landscape will astound you with its distinctive sunsets and peaceful atmosphere. Our choice of accommodation is Bubble Tent Australia; an off-grid glamping tent situated on a secluded, private farm nestled between Lithgow and Mudgee. 







Umpherston Sinkhole, SA

The beauty of Umpherston Sinkhole needs to be seen to believed. Have a picnic at the beautiful grounds and stay to feed to possums fruit at dusk. Stay at the Big 4 Holiday Park and adventure around Mt Gambier, a little slice of natural beauty that you don't want to miss. 




Hyams Beach, NSW


Explore the world’s whitest sand beach from the glamorous Hyams Beach Seaside Cottages. These cottages were originally built as fisherman’s cabins in the 1920s and have been transformed into gorgeous one-bedroom suites, each with bush and ocean views. 





Broome, WA

Take a trip to where the dirt red meets the blue ocean at Broome in WA. Dive into the amazing turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean and explore the unique landscape that this region has to offer. Our choice is the Eco Beach Resort thanks to its amazing infinity pool that looks out over the ocean and rates that start at $113 per night. 





Uluru, NT

Luxury Camp Longitude 131˚ has been on at the top of our bucket lists for some time now, thanks to its luxurious dining and bar options and stunning views. Now is as good a time as ever to visit the beautiful Australian desert and the heart of our country. 
 




Central Coast, NSW


If you're from Sydney, odds are you've taken a trip up to the Central Coast at one time or another. It's a great choice for a sneaky weekend away that's only 90min from Sydney. Stay in a cheap, family-friendly Airbnb close to the beautiful Toowoon Bay, which is known for its calm waters and snorkelling. Check out Long Jetty while you're there, which has some great new bars and cafe's.





Falls Creek, VIC

Explore the beautiful snowfields of Falls Creek, some 350kms from Melbourne, Victoria. Falls Creek is known as a family resort, offering plenty of family-friendly activities. Falls Creek is also a mecca for foodies, with 37 places to eat and drink in the village. Our choice is QT Falls Creek, which features heated floored apartments with hot tubs and views of the slopes.  




Lucky Bay, WA

A list of Aussie travel destinations would not be complete without a beautiful WA beach. Lucky Bay is located in Cape Le Grand National Park and is the place where Lucky Bay kangaroos call home. Opt for the camping ground, which is a bargain at $15 an adult per night.




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