1. Visit a town that is entirely underground.
2. Conduct scientific experiments as to what magpies will and will not swoop at.
3. Be in the rainforest one second, and on a sandy beach the next.
4. Attempt to rip a fiver in half and fail.
5. Learn to fear all spiders — even the little ones.
6. Drink wine among the oldest grape vines in the world.
7. Go on the straightest and longest train journey of your life.
8. Go head-to-head with one of Australia's greatest enemies.
9. Climb the world's highest steel-arch bridge.
10. Hang out in the same place as the largest collection of kangaroo species in the world.
11. Dive with dwarf minke whales.
12. Watch the Devil eat his tea in Tasmania.
13. Play a musical fence.
14. Pose in front of a huge pineapple.
15. See the world's only recorded evidence of a dinosaur stampede.
The 3,300 dinosaur tracks tell the story of a herd of small dinosaurs who were drinking on the shore of a muddy lake about 95 million years ago, before being disturbed by a large meat-eating dinosaur. You can see evidence of their panic at the Lark Quarry Dinosaur Tracks 120km southwest of the musical fence in Winton.
16. See the world's only known white whale.
Migaloo has been around since the early 90s, and the places you're most likely to see him are Byron Bay, Cape Tribulation, and Hervey Bay. A white whale!