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Road Ahead magazine app

The February/March edition’s app includes a feature on the 75th anniversary of The Road Ahead magazine, complete with historic and quirky excerpts from 75 years of publishing, a video capturing the highlights of the magazine’s interaction with RACQ members and a chance to win a $7500 trip to Tasmania. The app also includes great photo galleries in our travel stories covering cruising, the Californian Coast, food and wine experiences in South Australia, Anzac history in Western Australia ...

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Driver Selfies: Snap out of it!

RACQ research found more than 49 percent of surveyed drivers aged 16 to 24 years confessed to using their phones, including texting, calling, checking social media and taking selfies, while ...

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Take a look at Cooktown, Queensland

Whether you’re mad for fishing or you’re looking to immerse yourself in local Aboriginal culture, Cooktown (named after Captain James Cook), is the perfect base for exploring Cape York Peninsula. Get to know the town by following one of several walking trails, many of which provide valuable insight into its history. One ... More

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Escape to Darwin, Northern Territory

The capital city, Darwin, has a colourful history as a result of World War II and its prolific pearling industry, not to mention its rich Indigenous heritage. The 20-year-old  Deckchair Cinema is a fun part of Darwin’s culture, acknowledging the long tradition of outdoor cinemas in the Northern Territory. At this ... More

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Discover Esperance, Western Australia

The rugged coastal Cape Le Grand National Park, and breathtaking beaches, including Esperance Bay, are among the spectacular sights to see around Esperance. For a secluded escape, hop aboard a boat bound for Woody Island, which is about 15km off the coast of Esperance. Listed as an A-class nature reserve, Woody ... More

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Visit Hughenden, Queensland

Perhaps the most famous resident of the town of Hughenden in North Queensland is the seven-metre replica of a Muttaburrasaurus dinosaur, which looms tall on its main street. The area is renowned for its rich fossil beds and you can see a skeleton from a real Muttaburrasaurus, along with other intriguing fossils, ... More

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Enjoy Tasmania’s food and wine

Tasmania has a thriving gourmet food and wine scene, so when you’re next planning a trip to the island state, why not plan your itinerary around your tastebuds? Wine connoisseurs will be spoilt for choice, with several wine trails throughout the state. The Tamar Valley Wine Route is the oldest ... More

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What is No Lights No Lycra?

For some, the idea of letting loose and dancing in front of lots of other people can be their worst nightmare. But what if nobody could see you? No Lights No Lycra (NLNL) was born in Melbourne that is gaining popularity across the world. NLNL events offer the chance to get together with other people to dance in near-darkness so you can lose yourself in movement without worrying about others watching, or having to learn complicated ...

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