eBook guides

Feel like a holiday?

This is just what you need to inspire you to get out of the house and discover the countryside. Our ebook guides help you explore different parts of Australia, at your own pace and in your own vehicle. Enjoy the freedom of the great outdoors.

Our ebook guides are designed for iPad and require the FREE iBooks application from the Apple iTunes Store.

Across the ContinentAcross The Continent cover web


Across the Continent is an epic self-drive touring adventure that shadows the route of two of Australia’s most famous explorers, Burke and Wills.

From Melbourne in Victoria, to the Gulf of Carpentaria in Queensland, this journey travels 3400km to explore some spectacular landscapes, iconic outback towns and the sheer beauty of the Australian countryside. There’s some excellent bush camping to be found, too. See what the explorers saw in the second of our ebooks for Modern Day Explorers.

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12 Great Destinations in South Australia12 great destinations in SA cover


With a diverse range of beautiful landscapes and a vast network of bitumen and gravel roads, South Australia is a fantastic place for self-drive adventures.

From the ocean to the outback and everywhere in between, this ebook contains a selection of places to go in South Australia that are perfect for people who love touring and camping. Access to most destinations is fine for 2WD vehicles, while some destinations require a 4WD vehicle. So whether you’re travelling by motorhome, towing a caravan or just packing a tent, there are destinations in this ebook for iPad to suit everyone!

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To The Inland Seasturt cover


Inspired by Charles Sturt’s 1844-1846 Central Expedition, To The Inland Sea is a self-drive touring adventure from Adelaide in South Australia to Birdsville in Queensland.

This journey travels more than 2000 kilometres tracing Sturt’s route along roads and tracks that don’t require special permits or permission from private landowners. And it’s not just about the history. It’s about discovering beautiful towns, relaxing back by the mighty Murray River, exploring inland lakes that are magnets for wildlife and experiencing what the Australian outback is all about.

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The Old Ghan Heritage TrailOld Ghan


From the southern Flinders Ranges to the heart of the Australian outback, The Old Ghan Heritage Trail is a self-drive touring adventure.

For more than 1300 kilometres this trail follows the route of the Old Ghan, one of Australia’s greatest railway legends. It’s an amazing journey, one that spans a range of history, scenery, road conditions and relics, and one that crosses a huge chunk of the continent. It’s an amazing journey that offers some excellent camping and some great sights along the way.

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Touring Victoria’s Kelly CountryKelly Country


Gold towns, High Country and bushrangers – it’s a great recipe for a spectacular tour through Victoria’s northeast region.

Our tour begins at Beveridge, north of Melbourne, and weaves its way along good country roads to visit the towns of Mansfield, Beechworth, Glenrowan and a number of other fascinating locations.

And there are plenty of places along the way to learn more about Australia’s most famous bushranger, Ned Kelly.

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Googs Track cover WEBThe Googs Track: A desert adventure


In the far-west of South Australia, the Googs Track runs north from Ceduna through remote and remarkable desert country.

It’s a four-wheel-drive adventure that wanders through the southeastern extremity of the Great Victoria Desert, crossing a multitude of red sand dunes and skirting curious landscapes.

The area is rarely visited, and here well-prepared travellers can experience absolute solitude.

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