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Test your camera skills on these gorgeous waterfalls.
The walk ticks all the boxes, and then some.
Sand and surf aren't the only stars of summer.
Volcanic craters, outback waterfalls and tea tree-infused lakes: it's not just our coastline that's pulling out all the stops.
It's time to explore the great outdoors.
Lace up the shoes, it's exploring time.
Here's how to get the most out of this rugged beachside gem.
It rivals Tassie in size, is home to flora and fauna not found anywhere else on the planet, and is a hiker's wonderland.
Sorry surf, you’ve got competition.