Australia’s Best Summer Destinations for Your Motorhome Adventure

has arrived and it’s time to start thinking about the glorious holiday
season. Visit our recommended Australian summer destinations to make the
most of this country’s prime weather and coastal activities. 

Bay of Fires, Tasmania

to one of the world’s top ten beaches, Bay of Fires is a must-visit
summer destination located on the east coast of Australia’s beautiful
island state of Tasmania. Enjoy an unbeatable summer lifestyle and spend
your days exploring the pristine white beaches and Listerine waters of
the east coast. Visit the nearby coastal village St Helens for
delightful seafood experiences and participate in one of the many water
activities on offer to you. If you’re looking to simply relax in the sun
in a beautiful location, Bay of Fires is the answer for you.

Sorrento, Victoria

a buzzing summer vibe and charming main street, Sorrento is the
ultimate summer destination for those navigating the breathtaking
Mornington Peninsula in Victoria. Located just over an hour from
Melbourne, Sorrento is easily accessible to all holiday-makers and their
motorhomes. Enjoy fish and chips on the beach followed by home-made
gelati and watch bottlenose dolphins pass by or take a kayaking tour off
the foreshore and admire historical limestone buildings. Don’t miss
drinks in the Portsea Pub’s sunny beer garden. January is a great time
to be in town with the January Art Festival in full swing.

Airlie Beach, Queensland

popular summer hub is ideal for anyone looking to get amongst a lively
Australian summer atmosphere. Whether you are a backpacker looking for a
great party destination or a foodie seeking fine food and elegance,
Airlie Beach has something for everyone. This vibrant beachside oasis is
the launching pad for exploring the stunning Whitsunday Islands and has
a myriad of fantastic water-based activities on offer. Stay at the Big4
Adventure Whitsunday Resort to get amongst the action. If you’re
looking to splurge, don’t miss a breathtaking helicopter adventure over
iconic Heart Reef; a once in a lifetime opportunity!

Byron Bay, New South Wales

oldie but a goody, Byron Bay is one of Australia’s ultimate summer
destinations with outstanding surf beaches, cultured cafes, fantastic
nightlife and award-winning caravan parks. Simply lap up the Australian
summer life and traipse from the beach to the café. Don’t miss a coastal
walk to Byron Bay Lighthouse where you will be rewarded with
breathtaking views. Stay for a week, or a month – you will find no
shortage of summer activities here!

Hobart, Tasmania

scenic capital of Tasmania truly comes alive over the summer months and
is home to a number of exciting festivals and events. Visit over the
New Year to experience the Taste of Tasmania Festival where you can
sample the state’s finest food and wine all in the one convenient
wharf-side location. Reserve a table besides the water and watch as the
yachts from the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race glide across the finish
line. If you’re into the live music scene, grab a ticket to the Falls
Festival in Marion Bay where you will get the unique opportunity to
listen to some of the world’s best music artists in an unbeatable
beach-side location.

Noosa, Queensland

it’s a heightened atmosphere you seek, then you will be pleasantly
surprised in the bustling sea-side town of Noosa. Hastings Street is the
ultimate summer destination offering boutique cafes, fantastic shopping
and it is just moments from the beach. Dine at some of Queensland’s
finest restaurants, visit the farmers markets or take a long coastal
walk at Noosa Heads to encounter brilliant sunsets. Noosa is fully
equipped to deal with all your Australian summer requirements.

Coles Bay, Tasmania

at the gateway of Freycinet National Park is the holiday town of Coles
Bay. Popular with the locals, this charming east coast town offers
plenty of water-based activities and is home to the mesmerising Hazards
Mountain Range. Don’t miss Tasmania’s most iconic view at the Wineglass
Bay Lookout or complete one of the awe-inspiring bush walks in Freycinet
National Park. In the evening, visit the tavern to get amongst the
backpacker crowd or simply get some freshly cooked fish and chips and
enjoy them at the end of the local jetty overlooking the Hazards. What a

Brisbane, Queensland

subtropical capital is a great place to start your summer adventure in
Australia. Simply relax with a picnic in the centrally located Botanic
Gardens or get comfortable at Streets Beach, Australia’s only inner city
man-made beach. Enjoy some of the country’s finest coffee in the
up-market suburb of South Bank and take a ride on the Wheel of
Observation for spectacular views.

Port Douglas, Queensland

tropical weather conditions, untouched beaches and World Heritage
Listed surrounds, Port Douglas will not disappoint any holiday-goer.
Take a stroll down picture-perfect Four Mile Beach or experience magical
beach views at Island Point of Flagstaff Hill.  Enjoy a tour of the
nearby Great Barrier Reef, visit Daintree Cape Tribulation or simply
make the most of the fine restaurants, health and beauty facilities and
activities available to you in the heart of Port Douglas.

Margaret River, Western Australia

you can deal with the intense heat of Western Australia, then don’t
hesitate to pay a visit to the wine region of Margaret River. This
charming town comes alive in the summer offering plenty of events and
entertainment at the wineries and down at the local tavern. Visit the
beach for water-based fun and to escape then heat and then explore one
of the many wineries in the afternoon. The main street in Margaret River
offers a range of fine food and wine opportunities, perfect for
creating your own beach picnic.