Australians are some of the most well travelled people in the world with more than half of the population owning a passport. But who can say they have visited every state in Australia, or more than two for that matter?
Taking a holiday break is a great way to unwind, de-stress and open yourself up to new experiences. Most people think a holiday means you need to pack a huge suitcase and head off overseas to enjoy a cultural and or spiritual experience.
Why not take a moment to look right in your own backyard and explore this amazing country we live in?
From the Great Barrier Reef, to Uluru, to the Great Ocean Road – Australia’s wide variety of landscapes, natural beauty, adventure and cultural experiences means there is something for everyone.
With 7.692 million kilometres to discover, you won’t run out of new places to explore anytime soon. In fact some of the destinations we are internationally renowned for are the ones Aussies are least likely to have visited including Kakadu National Park, Norfolk Island and Kangaroo Island.
Travel is a fantastic way to take time out from your everyday life. It allows you to reconnect with your own self as well as with your family and friends. The other benefit of planning a holiday locally is you can plan and enjoy lots of little trips throughout the year rather than hanging out for that one big trip.
Never underestimate the health and wellbeing benefits of a short break!
For more inspiration on the top places to visit around Australia visit Jane Rogers fantastic blog where she lists the 100 best things to do in Australia. https://www.your-rv-lifestyle.com/things-to-do-in-australia.html