If you are fed up of the daily monotonous life in the city, then the best medicine for you is to take a small break off the city. If you are planning to visit Australia or you are already located here, then you must know that the country holds so many world famous destinations when it comes to outback and remote places. Travelers all around the world add this to their list of things to do in Aussie, simply because the places are unique and there’s so much to experience. So, here are some of the best places we found for your next visit.
The state Queensland is well known for its remote and rural areas and if you want a good change of air, then you need to visit this state. Longreach is situated in the Central West of the state and is world famous for the bushrangers. If you are planning to visit here, you can check for caravan parks and also for good accommodation. Also its home to famous places like The Quantas Founders Museum, Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame and the Outback Heritage Centre. You can also take a river cruise and check for Cape York tag a long tours in the area.
Broken Hills, New South Hills
Now if you want to visit a mining town and experience its culture, the first place that comes to your mind is Broken Hills. In other words it’s known as the Silver City because of the same reason. Normally silver, zinc and lead are found here when mining is happening. The place also is home to world’s largest mining company known as BHB. Not just that, but you can also enjoy some great culinary and mouthwatering beverages at local bars and pubs in the place. If you are looking for great places to caravan or even for holiday parks, Broken Hills has a lot of choices to choose from.
Haysen Trail, South Australia
SA is actually a great place for your vacation because of its warm and mild weather and other rural areas like Haysen Trails. If you are looking for outback places in Aussie, 1200km trail is simply perfect for travelers who want to take long walks. While you take your walk you will be passing many famous destinations in the state like Mount Lofty, Wilpena Pound, and Flinders Rangers. Now if you are looking for camping sites and parks, then Flinders Rangers can’t be missed. While you break your walk, you can campsite in the evening and start the next day to complete your full trail.