When planning a trip to Aus, it’s important to add some off the beaten path destinations in Australia to the plan too.

These hidden gems are where you get to see the real Australia. They are places that few international, and local, tourists venture into – making a more meaningful and authentic experience for those who do visit.

The Best Off-The-Beaten Path Australia Experiences

River Red Gum National Park, New South Wales

The River Red Gum is located near Wagga Wagga, NSW and close to the Victorian border and is a truly unique flora and fauna Australia experiences.

Glenworth Valley, Central Coast, NSW

Glenworth Vally is one of the Australian experiences where adventure meets the tranquility of nature. Do not miss the horse mustering early in the morning.

Gibb River Road, The Kimberly, WA

The Gibb River Road runs through the heart of the Kimberley region in Western Australia, one of Australia’s last wilderness frontiers.


Tasmania is known as a natural state with pristine wilderness areas to explore, overland tracks to hike and some of the best fresh produce in Australia to enjoy along the way.

Newcastle and the Hunter Valley, NSW

It made Lonely Planet’s must see destination list of 2011, and is the seventh largest city in Australia – although it doesn’t feel like it as it has a relaxed, surfer vibe and thriving art scene.

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