We hit one of Victoria’s most iconic drives in the red threat that is the Hyundai Kona N.
The staging ground for one of Targa Tasmania’s toughest sprints, the 99 Bends may not actually have quite as many twists and turns as its moniker suggests, but it is still an incredibly challenging drive that any hillclimber will love.
After passing the beautiful Mount Field National Park, the hundred kilometre road to the controversial Gordon Dam in southwestern Tasmania will have you wondering – is this the best dead-end road in Australia, let alone the world?
We headed to the twisty roads of Tasmania to put BMW’s first-ever front-wheel drive hot hatch to the test and see just how it compares against its impressive competition.
We pit the all-new Isuzu D-Max against one of its most arduous challenges yet on a 2000km round trip to the opal-mining town of Coober Pedy.
With coronavirus restrictions easing within South Australia, we head out to the Barossa Valley, a region typically best known for its wine, and bypass the vineyards to instead explore its foodie side from behind the wheel of the Audi A6.
In search of a different angle to look at the ever-popular Mitsubishi ASX from, we took the newly-introduced sporty GSR variant down to South Australia’s Encounter Bay for a spot of whale watching, and while we found we weren’t too good at snapping some shots of the big sea-dwelling mammals, the little Mitsi was a good car for taking us there to try at least.
We hit the road and head to the seaside town of Robe in South Australia to try and figure out just what makes the ASX so enduringly popular with an Aussie audience.
Although Australia may have its fair share of impressive roads, none are quite as impressive as the Great Ocean Road – a 243km ribbon of truly epic tarmac that hugs the Victorian Surf Coast and Shipwreck Coast known around the […]
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