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Sweeping Plains: Silos, Shearers, and Shiraz

Heading west is a surefire way to learn about times past when pioneers, bushrangers, and swagmen freely roamed the land

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Where History Meets Nature

Looking for an adventure that combines history with fun?

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Prehistoric Paddocks of the Palaeozoic

Are you a sucker for history? How about monsters? Big things? Join Scott in the Central West of NSW to see what lies below the surface.

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Driving Through the High Country

Let’s take a leisurely scenic drive through the endless attractions of NSW’s New England High Country

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Australia's Best Inland Waterholes

There’s plenty of water along our coastline, but when you head inland, it quickly evaporates. For those crossing the country this summer, Camper unveils a selection of the best spots throughout our dry interior where you can find your dose of H20.

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Family Travel in Port Stephens

Just the idea of a long drive with kids gives Louise the jitters. So how will she manage 11 hours?

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Carrai National Park

Carrai National Park, NSW

Head past Kempsey and discover the remote and rugged Carrai National Park - home to long-lost townships, great camping and wild 4WD tracks.

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Gardens of Stone National Park NSW

Gardens of Stone National Park, NSW

Gardens of Stone National Park, NSW

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Warrabah National Park, NSW

Warrabah National Park, NSW

Pretty as a picture, Warrabah National Park located in New South Wales is the perfect backdrop for adventures all year round.

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Review: SWAG SCT13 MAX Off-Road Hybrid Camper

A 13ft hybrid shouldn’t have all the features that the SCT13 MAX does. For a quick roadside overnight you don’t even have to put the roof up as you can sit on the bed with the roof down.

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Gear review: OzTrail Forbes Camp Chair

A comfortable chair is one of the most important pieces of kit you can pack for any trip — how does the Forbes from OzTrail stack up?

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