6 Getaway Destinations Nature Lovers Need To Travel to This Autumn

6 Getaway Destinations Nature Lovers Need To Travel to This Autumn

The year has only begun, and we’re ready for a holiday.

Why wait for the next set of holidays to roll around? Hit reset, kick up the leaves and immerse yourself in nature this autumn. We know the perfect spots you can slip away to for a quick weekend road trip no matter where you are. Here are some of the best places across the country to watch the leaves change.

Bright, Victoria

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Bright is known for its picturesque scenery and cosy atmosphere, mainly through autumn. The Bright Autumn Festival takes place over ten days, celebrating the autumn colours, the town’s people, and all their offerings. Find something for every family member with art galleries, markets, craft workshops, chestnut picking, bike tours, walking tours, and so much more.

Richmond, Tasmania

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Step back in time with a weekend trip to Richmond, a short drive northeast of Hobart. Rich with history, here you can walk on Australia’s oldest large stone arch bridge, visit the Richmond gaol, or one of the many museums. If that isn’t your speed, then select one of the vineyards, restaurants, farms, or produce shops to get a real taste of the local produce and wine on offer.

Hahndorf, South Australia

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Sip a hot chocolate in a cafe and experience the stunning change in foliage during the autumn months in Hahndorf. There’s no shortage of things to do and see. Walk down the streets and glimpse the gorgeous old trees and German-style buildings. Take a bike tour to sample local cheese and wines, choose one of many parks and gardens to enjoy the scenery first hand or pick from the lolly, fudge or ice cream shop.  

Blue Mountains, New South Wales

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Take a break from the city and venture out into nature. Rent a cottage surrounded by trees and appreciate the serenity. If you’re after adventure, explore the Jenolan Caves, go canyoning, abseiling, or rock climbing. Or change gear and wander through the botanic gardens and take a star-gazing tour away from the city lights. There is something to please all nature lovers.

Noosa, Queensland

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Pack up the family for a fun-filled trip to Noosa. Navigate your way through the Bellingham maze, have a hit of golf on one of the attractive courses, trek through a rainforest trail, or relax with a spa day. Noosa has no shortage of impressive scenery and entertainment.

Dunsborough, Western Australia

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Put your feet up and enjoy the slower pace in the sleepy town of Dunsborough. Watch the sunset at Sugarloaf rock tour the Cape Naturaliste lighthouse or one of the natural caves in the area like Ngilgi cave. If the weather isn’t too chilly, make sure to visit the beautiful beaches for a surf or swim.

Now that you know where to go, we can help you get there. Road trip in the comfort of one of our Hybrid vehicles available for hire in six states across Australia.

Best of all, if you’re planning a last-minute trip, you can book a car any time of the day or night through the KINTO app.

Visit the KINTO app to see all vehicles available to hire for your next weekend getaway.