A country of explosive colour and unparalleled possibilities, Australia has something fresh to offer worldly city-breakers, beach-lovers and adventure-junkies.
As one of the most diverse destinations on earth, travellers have long been seduced by the irresistible lure of Australia’s golden sands, unrivalled surf and flaming outback landscape. From its bustling modern metropolises, with world-renowned culinary offerings, to the rolling hills of its wineries, this beautiful country is a destination for relaxation, adventure and discovery.
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World Heritage-listed Uluru is one of Australia’s most iconic symbols. Located in the heart of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in Australia’s Red Centre, Uluru is an ancient landscape, rich in Australian indigenous culture and spirituality. There are many ways to experience the majesty of Uluru - take a walk with an Aboriginal guide, see it from the skies by helicopter or hot air balloon or choose to ride across the ochre coloured desert on a Harley Davidson motorcycle or on the back of a camel.
Lying off the southern coast of mainland Australia, Kangaroo Island is known to house some of the most beautiful beaches in the southern hemisphere and is now mainly protected in state nature reserves. Its rural location makes it the perfect home for iconic Australian wildlife, including kangaroos, koalas and sea lions, the latter reachable with a private sunrise tour of Seal Bay...Read more
A destination that needs no introduction, the Great Barrier Reef is an icon of natural splendour and a hub for some of the most beautiful marine life in all of the world’s oceans. A colourful maze of over 3,000 intricate corals, boasting crystal clear waters, impressive sea creatures and over 100 untouched beaches, the world’s biggest living organism is also Australia’s most sought-after sight.Read more
With the appearance and atmosphere of something truly prehistoric, the diverse landscape of Nambung National Park makes for a beautiful and mysterious adventure. Situated in Western Australia, some 200 kilometres from Perth, this natural gem harbours the incredible beaches of Kangaroo Point and Hangover Bay and the ancient thrombolite formations of Lake Thetis.Read more
Australia’s Blue Mountains offer a theatrical backdrop for inland exploration. Situated to the west of Sydney, this versatile region is synonymous with high cliff peaks and deep forest gorges. With rural villages scattered along its route, the Blue Mountains invite visitors to see a different side of New South Wales.Read more
One of Australia’s most famous and celebrated wine regions, alight here for vineyard visits and cellar-door tastings. Wine trails snake through the beautiful countryside, with fine-dining options at every turn accompanied by a glass of the famed Shiraz.Read more
Celebrated as an area of idyllic coastal splendour, with ancient cave networks and spectacular walking routes, Margaret River is one of Western Australia’s true hidden gems. This small town, in close proximity to Perth, is awash with regional wineries, impressive beaches and crowd-pleasing surf.Read more
The coastal town of Byron Bay in New South Wales is one of Australia’s most enchanting seaside locations. This State Conservation Area is characterised by its native wildlife, stunning orange sunsets and untouched beaches, luring in whale-watchers, honeymooners and international surfers.Read more
Arguably the most beautiful coastal scenery in the world, the islands of the Whitsundays are powerfully enticing. Made up of 74 exquisite isles, these shores are known for their pristine waters, endless shimmering beaches and spectacular national parks.Read more
Proudly one of Australia’s 19 world heritage sites, Ningaloo Marine Park is characterised by its colourful coral gardens and rich native wildlife. This incredibly special ocean park is a natural habitat for dolphins, turtles and whale sharks.Read more
The remote, tropical shores of the Tiwi Islands offer some of the Northern Territory’s most fascinating sights. Comprising of Melville, Bathurst and nine uninhabited islands, Tiwi is known for its secluded beach stretches, excellent fishing opportunities and preserved Aboriginal culture.Read more
The attractive beach town of Broome not only harbours incredible coastal scenery, but a rich geological history awaiting discovery. Stroll along the white sands of Cable Beach, or let a camel do the work at sunset. Discover dinosaur footprints and the magnificent Horizontal Falls all in and around this beautiful coastal town.Read more
Discover the Great Ocean Road, one of the world’s most scenic coastal drives. From iconic sights like the 12 Apostles to world-leading surf, rainforests and a host of fascinating wildlife, fill your itinerary with this famed road trip.Read more
Sheltered by islands and featuring an extending skyline, the capital of Queensland tends to attract adrenaline junkies and outdoor explorers, seeking both urban and coastal exploration. Kayak along the winding Brisbane River with Riverlife, shadowed by the city’s skyscrapers in the distance.Read more
Seducing endless visitors with its incomparable beaches, the Gold Coast is a destination for water babies, sun-seekers and wildlife enthusiasts. While Surfers Paradise offers a high-rise skyline and endless board-worthy waves, the Hinterland entices those wanting to explore the peaks and valleys of this once volcanic area.Read more
From the iconic Opera House, spectacular modern skyline and legendary beach on its doorstep, Sydney is a mecca for both sun-seekers and culture vultures. Situated beside the largest natural harbour in the world, this bustling city is always alive with activity.Read more
Named by Lonely Planet as one of the top ten cities to visit in 2018, the lesser known capital of Canberra is Australia’s largest in-land city. With a rich offering of galleries and museums, revealing the social and political history of the country, Canberra is a cultural magnet for art lovers.Read more
Often considered Australia’s finest cityscape, Melbourne is a metropolis where wild coast and urban architecture meet. A bustling city, Melbourne’s network of passageways, filled with artisan coffee shops and trendy cocktail bars, are the perfect place to lose yourself.Read more
Adelaide is adored by its locals and offers an extremely affordable alternative to the urban centres of the east. With a wealth of opportunities within easy commute of its centre, visitors to this southern state can swim with sea lions in nearby Port Lincoln, sample the local produce at Willunga Farmers Market, and drink the finest wines in the world-famous Barossa Valley.Read more
Situated in Western Australia, Perth is a small metropolis boasting unique street art, dynamic cuisine and an abundance of nearby coastal opportunities. An almost perfect climate and the city’s close proximity to incredible natural attractions, makes it a centre for outdoor adventurers.Read more
With a unique combination of modern city chic and natural wilderness, Darwin is one of Australia’s most versatile landscapes. Discover foodie treats at the Fish Market, or take a short drive out of town to the surrounding national parks and witness wild crocodiles in untamed habitats.Read more
If you want to enjoy the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef, Cairns is the perfect place to pitch up in preparation. It's short proximity to the reef, surrounded by national parks, plus a thriving bar and restaurant culture makes Cairns a great bolthole for further exploration.