Australia is quite obviously a big country. The kind of place that you could spend a lifetime living in and never run out of things to see and do.
On the one hand, it’s lucky that there’s a pretty well-loved backpacker trail in Australia. Melbourne and Sydney are both hot spots to kick off or end your visit. From there, most people work their way up the coast. Some even make the journey inland, to see the famed “Outback” and ogle Uluru.
Yet, what if you want to get off that well-worn backpacking path? Where should . . .