The southern states may be plunging into a stagnant state as autumn creeps in, so there’s never been a better time to head North. Here’s a few locations that are perfect to visit on a tour or for a weekend away from April to June.
Karijini National Park, WA
This lush and tropical national park is the perfect destination for a trip away from Perth. Filled with soothing swimming holes, dense bushland and exciting wildlife, Karijini is the real jewel of Western Australia and is not to be missed. Book on a tour now to experience it at this more bearable time of year!
Whether you’re heading over from Darwin or up from Perth, Broome is a great stop off for a road trip. Home to the famous Cable Beach, Broome is where you’ll find one of the most spectacular sunsets on earth. Treat yourself to a purely touristy moment here by taking a camel ride along the beach at sunset for the most epic insta opp. (view this 12 day Perth to Broome tour)
Kakadu National Park, NT
An interesting location any time of year, Kakadu is where you’ll find some of the most dense bushland in Australia. Filled with exciting wildlife, including ferocious crocodiles and other reptiles, you can swim in billabongs, and freshen up under waterfalls. Hike through the bushland for a real taste of adventure. (Check out this Kakadu, Katherine and Litchfield adventure tour).
With lots planned for April, a trip to Uluru might include seeing the Field Of Light installation, or hang around til the end of the month and party at Wide Open Space Festival. The temperature here is pretty temperate and you’ll have a chance to experience Australia’s epic desert landscape.
Head up to Cairns for a mixture of coastal and jungle fun. Here, you’ll find lush rainforests, roaring rivers and incredible birdlife – including Cassowaries. Head into the rainforests for some jungle surfing through the canopy, or take to the water to explore the Reef, there’s lots to do and see here, making it the perfect holiday destination for a few days or a week. (Make your way to the reef with this Rock to Reef tour.)