Outback Australia

There’s nothing more breathtaking than outback Australia with its many contrasts and spectacular landscapes. A true Australian story, outback travel takes you into the heart of our country’s heritage. Soak up the authentic hospitality of outback towns, learn about our pioneer past and modern-day mining, or immerse yourself in remote wilderness bursting with life. 

Outback holidays are the stuff of bucket lists and everyone from families to couples and nomads will treasure the awe-inspiring scale of dramatic rock formations, sweeping desert, tropical oases, and rugged, red earth. G’day Parks in outback locations make for a comfortable home base for outback trips whether you are travelling with a caravan or motorhome, or looking for some creature comforts in the bush.

When it comes to things to do in outback Australia, you are spoiled for choice and the countryside delivers an incredibly diverse range of adventure activities and attractions. Tour waterfalls or underground mines, watch a crocodile feeding or surf down a giant sand dune, or immerse yourself in indigenous stories and cultural experiences. Marvel at South Australia’s Flinders Ranges, watch high-energy cowboy antics at the world-famous Mount Isa Rodeo, or discover the unexpectedly lush outback wilderness of Kununurra. There are so many options for outback holiday destinations that choosing your own adventure – and the perfect accommodation – is a breeze.

Set in some of the outback’s most renowned and sought-after destinations, you’ll ‘go bush’ in comfort with G’day Parks. With holiday parks along the country’s most iconic outback driving routes, you can plan your travel itinerary for big trips with ease. Whether you are travelling the Red Centre to the Top End, along the Overlanders Way in Queensland or up Western Australia’s spectacular coastline into the Pilbara and Kimberley regions, there are park locations to suit. Settle into your campsite or cabin at the end of the day and watch the sky come alive with stars. 

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