10 of Australia’s most iconic road trips

View of the 12 Apostles, limestone formations rising from the ocean in Victoria © Great Ocean Road Tourism / Belinda VanZanen

12 Apostles, Great Ocean Road, Victoria © Great Ocean Road Tourism / Belinda VanZanen

Sea Cliff Bridge, Wollongong, New South Wales © Destination NSW

Sea Cliff Bridge, Wollongong, New South Wales © Destination NSW

Did you know?

Shell middens contain the remains of shellfish once eaten by Aboriginal people. Middens can show us where people gathered and how they cooked their food.

Couple stands near their car on the golden sands of Stockton Beach in Port Stephens © Tourism Australia

Stockton Beach, Port Stephens, New South Wales © Tourism Australia

Uluru, Northern Territory © Tourism NT

Uluru, Northern Territory © Tourism NT

Fun fact

The Great Barrier Reef has unique Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Dreamtime stories. Discover them with Dreamtime Dive and Snorkel.

Couple enjoys the view of mountains from an infinity pool at Lake Argyle Resort © Tourism Western Australia

Lake Argyle Resort near Kununurra, Western Australia © Tourism Western Australia

Coober Pedy, South Australia © M Payne Creative

Coober Pedy, South Australia © M Payne Creative

Southern right whale mother and calf swim next to stark white cliffs at the Head of Bight © South Australian Tourism Commission/Adam Bruzzone

Southern right whales, Head of Bight, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia © South Australian Tourism Commission/Adam Bruzzone

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Person stands on a peak overlooking the white, curved beach of Wineglass Bay © Matt Donovan

Wineglass Bay, Freycinet National Park, Tasmania © Matt Donovan