Go See Oz

Go See Oz

Useful resources for travellers, holiday makers, tourists, grey nomads and many more …

Go See Oz contains a wealth of travelling information to encourage the mobile traveller to venture outdoors, more often & better prepared. It will allow you to plan a safe journey, with inspiration, confidence and enthusiasm.

Go See Oz is designed as a simple, yet extremely informative eLibrary, with over 1000 links, categorised & organised into specific groups, just as any book library. It is easy to use – click the green links to open the PDF and then click the appropriate link for the info you require.

“Wand-a-longa, Ling-a-longa, Laff-a-longa, Ulive-a-longa”

Event Calendars

For bush poets, V8 cars, horse racing, farmers markets & much more.
What’s on in cities and towns.

By Theme

By State (including NZ)

Camping & Caravanning

Caravanners eKit
Basics for the beginner, tips & tricks, join a club, volunteer …

Hire a caravan – Camplify connects RV owners with holidaymakers, sharing the joy of camping

On the Road

Where to stay?
Camp sites, rest areas, farm stays, parks, caravan parks, showgrounds …

What to do?
Hobbies, new experiences, volunteering, activities …

Venture Overseas

Touring Routes

Highway Traveller
Your guide to towns on Australian highways

Trans Australian Highways
State to state – city to city

Touring Routes, Tracks & Trails
By state (including NZ)

Popular Touring Routes

Birdsville Track – Channel Country Way: S.A to Queensland Gulf
Coal Country Way: Queensland Central Highlands
Greater Inland Way: Melbourne to Cooktown, QLD
Kidman-Matilda Way: Melbourne to Queensland Gulf
Olympic-Golden Way: Albury Wodonga Vic. to Mussellbrook
Silver City-Dinosaur Way: Ballarat,VIC to Queensland Gulf
Australia’s Country Way: Sydney – Tamworth – Rockhampton
New Zealand Grand Tour: North, South & Chatham Is

Includes itinerarys with web and/or video links


Thanks for providing your informative link. I am impressed with the volume of information available. A great resource for Kiwis travelling in Australia as well as NZ
NZ Motorhome)

What a fantastic resource. I don’t have a caravan myself but do love a weekend away camping and I will be sure to use it. If I come across any other events or websites that might be of interest to mobile travellers I will be sure to pass it on to you.
Thank you for sharing.

 All Go See Oz resources courtesy of John Gormly

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