Australia is the largest island and the world’s smallest yet flattest continent. It has cosmopolitan cities, outstanding nature experiences and renowned wine regions. Australia is one of the oldest countries on the planet, as well as one of the youngest.
- Engage with our unique and wonderful wildlife
- Explore our turquoise-colored coral reefs.
- Wind your way along dramatic coastal drives
- Take a scenic flight over dramatic outback landscapes or relax at exclusive island beach resorts.
- Stay in indulgent safari lodges nestled against some of the world’s most stunning natural landscapes.
- Experience the natural beauty that hosts the vitality of our modern cities.
- With endless unspoilt beaches and breathtaking natural treasures, choices are as diverse as the landscapes. One of the world’s most famous and vibrant cities, there’s no place in the world like New South Wales.
- From Sydney Harbor to the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains and the Hunter Valley, New South Wales beckons with indulgent wine regions, pristine seaside villages and high mountain country.
One of the most popular metropolitan cities in the world and home to Australian icons such as the Harbour Bridge, Opera House, and Bondi Beach, Sydney is gateway to many popular attractions of New South Wales.
- Sparkling Sydney Harbour is the heart and soul of Sydney.
- Navigate your way by ferry, kayak or luxury super-yacht tour from Circular Quay.
- Choose an idyllic resting spot at Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair, in the Royal Botanic Gardens and soak up the stunning vista.
- Catch a performance at opera house; climb to the top of bridge; fly over the panorama by seaplane; or dine at award-winning restaurants.
- Greater Blue Mountains -The blue haze from the warm oils of World-Heritage-listed eucalypt forests form a mist across the golden escarpments, deep canyons, meandering rivers and crashing waterfalls in the Blue Mountains.
- Soak up the atmosphere of heritage-listed guesthouses or luxurious resorts, with great food and wine, spa treatments and cliff-top golf courses.
- Enjoy Byron Bay is a melting pot of some of the best activities that Australia has to offer. More than 300 kilometres of sandy beaches that offers incredible surfing and diving options.
- Go sea-kayaking with dolphins or whale watching from the cliff top lighthouse.
- Relax in one of the many health spa retreats set amongst subtropical rainforests.
- A world of wine in the Hunter Valley. In the Hunter Valley you’ll find Australia’s most acclaimed wine regions, producing many fine, world recognised wines.
- Play on championship golf courses or take in the whole panorama from a hot-air balloon.
From the rich wine country of the Hunter Valley to the carefree beach lifestyle of Sydney and Byron Bay…..the choices to indulge and stimulate your senses in New South Wales are limitless.
When it comes to sun-soaked rest and relaxation no other destination shines like Queensland. From pristine beaches to lush mountain hideaways, from gently winding rivers to the aquatic paradise of the Great Barrier Reef, Queensland is a place where feeling alive comes naturally.
- A fresh approach to life in the bustling heart of Queensland. Brisbane is a city with Queensland’s famous laid back lifestyle with the sights, sounds and energy of a major international metropolis.
- With endless stretches of glittering golden beaches, including the world-famous Surfers Paradise, the Gold Coast boasts of international theme parks, designer-label shops, world-class golf courses, award-winning restaurants, up-market bars, and lively nightclubs.
- Outdoor venues and great weather means the Gold Coast hosts international sporting and surfing events year around.
- In the Gold Coast Hinterland you will discover World Heritage listed national parks, sub-tropical rainforests, wineries, luxurious spa and wellness retreats.
- Glitzy nightlife, fabulous forests and fast-paced action are just a taste of why Australia’s Gold Coast which is famous for fun.
- There’s nothing like the Great Barrier Reef. Made up of more than 3,000 individual reefs and 900 coral cays and continental islands that stretch for more than 2,000 kilometres along the coastline of Queensland. One of the best ways to experience it is by staying at one of the superb island resorts where your every wish will be met.
- The 74 islands that make up The Whitsundays lie like a string of jewels off the Queensland coast, cradled by the calm, sheltered waters of the Coral Sea.
- With only eight inhabited islands, it’s the perfect place for a Robinson Crusoe experience. Sail around them on a luxury yacht charter and find your own deserted island, where the only footprints you’re likely to see in the brilliant white sand are your own.
- View some of Mother Nature’s best work. The Daintree Cape Tribulation Rainforest is as spectacular as the Great Barrier Reef and just as diverse.
- This ecologically unique tropical rainforest is home to the most extensive range of rare plants and animals on earth.
- Hike along walking trails through pristine jungles spotting wildlife; or relax on rainforest fringed golden beaches lapped by calm waters.
- The tropical warmth combined with dazzling sunshine and crystal clear waters will have you wondering if this is what heaven could be like.
Whether it’s an indulgent break or a thrilling adventure, a holiday in Queensland is a life-changing experience.One of the most popular metropolitan cities in the world and home to Australian icons such as the Harbour Bridge, Opera House, and Bondi Beach, Sydney is gateway to many popular attractions of New South Wales.
Victoria offers a wealth of diverse experiences and attractions. Discover sweeping coastlines and pristine beaches, national parks and forests teeming with wildlife. Indulge your senses in wineries and natural spas.
Best of all, many of Victoria’s unique and varied landscapes are easily accessible as day trips from Melbourne.
- Melbourne is an artistic, sophisticated and an eclectic city.
- Behind the historic Victorian era architecture of the main streets lays a hidden web of one-of-a-kind fashion boutiques, hip bars and restaurants.
- Federation Square is the city’s creative hub which buzzes with cultural festivals and outdoor performances.
- Watch a performance at the Melbourne Arts Centre or Melbourne Concert Hall.
- For shopping, Melbourne can’t be beaten, with everything from international fashion labels to young designers making their mark on the world stage.
- The long and winding road- The Great Ocean Road winds its way for more than 200 kilometres alongside jaw-dropping sheer cliffs buffeted by the ocean and lush pure rainforests, past classic surf beaches and cosy coastal towns.
- Swing a club at the Anglesea Golf Club, where kangaroos casually graze. Walk the 104 kilometre Great Ocean Walk from Apollo Bay.
- Take a helicopter flight over the giant Twelve Apostles.
- See koalas or an elusive platypus.
- A mix of artist’s studios, excellent restaurants, boutique day spas and holistic healing centres,
- Daylesford exudes a sophisticated bohemian feel.
- Spas are part of a tradition here dating back over 100 years.
- Delight in the pristine environment, fertile volcanic plains and clear mineral springs that provide the backdrop to exciting food and wine adventures.
- Follow signs down country lanes to small, internationally-recognised family vineyards.
- Experience head-to-toe pampering in the restorative waters of the twin spa towns of Hepburn Springs and Daylesford.
- Arrive home rejuvenated and with your mind and body in its natural state.
- Just an hour from Melbourne, you’ll find the Yarra Valley, renowned as the home of
- Victorian wine.
- Explore the Dandenong Ranges’ secret fern glades, towering forests and charming villages; or rise above it all at sunrise on a scenic hot air balloon flight.
- See how local and international artists perceive the surrounds at small artist studios dotted around the region.
THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY
From Australia’s indigenous past and colorful colonial history, to the modern multi-cultural country it is today, the Australian Capital Territory embodies the essence of Australia.
- As Australia’s national capital city, Canberra has many fascinating buildings and attractions where you can learn more about the history and culture of our marvelous country.
- Visit Parliament House, one of the worlds most architecturally acclaimed buildings and the High Court.
- The landscaped capital transforms with the seasons, with parks, gardens and open spaces that are perfect for relaxing and getting back to nature.
- Take the ‘bridge to bridge’ walk around Lake Burley Griffin or the scenic walk from the Australian War Memorial to the top of Mount Ainslie to view the city’s planned layout.
- Canberra also offers first class golf courses with beautiful views of the surrounding bush land.Indulge your senses
- Canberra district wineries have much to offer. This region is producing distinctive and full flavored award-winning cool climate wines and most are within 30 minutes drive from the city.
Beyond the city limits
- Surrounding the ACT are historic towns and villages, stunning vistas, and three wine regions all within an hour and a half drive.
Canberra is also the gateway to the Snowy Mountains and the Australian Alps.
South Australia is a brilliant blend of produce, people and places. With long summers, stunning beaches, vast outback landscapes and festivals, travelers come back time and again. If you love food and wine, you’ll love South Australia.
- There are sixteen wine regions to choose from and you won’t have to travel far to enjoy them. South Australia is also the gateway to Outback Australia.
- Set between some of Australia’s richest wine growing regions and the sea, Adelaide is a vibrant multicultural city renowned for its historic buildings, superb gardens, high quality dining experiences and fun food festivals.
- Stroll along the wide boulevards for art galleries and boutiques showcasing high-end fashion.
- With its free tram service Adelaide is easy to explore, less than an hour from the city you’ll find some of Australia’s best wine regions
- You can truly experience the peace and wide open spaces of the Australian Outback.
- Stay in five-star world-class ecolodges.
- Hop off to Kangaroo Island. Meet pristine, secluded beaches and white sandy dunes.
- You can swim with dolphins, snorkel with tiny leafy sea-dragons and watch little penguins as they waddle up the beach.
Find fiery red soils and pearly white sands. Swim, dive, snorkel or float above the brilliant turquoise-coloured waters. With a history and culture as colourful as its landscape, there’s nothing quite like Western Australia. Combine this with fresh produce, premium wines and a temperate climate and you have all the essential ingredients for an extraordinary holiday.
Gateway to the west – Perth, Western Australia’s capital city, delivers some of the country’s best beaches, bustling markets, city parks and marine adventures.
- Few cities in the world come close to the quality and variety of the city’s golf courses.
- Dine outdoors on succulent seafood that will be some of the finest you’ll ever taste.
- In this remote wilderness you can stay in luxury or camp out under the stars.
- Go four wheel driving across vast deserts or hike through gorges millions of years in the making.
- Ride a camel into a brilliant burnt orange sunset along the kilometres of white sand and warm crystal waters of Cable Beach at Broome.
- Take to the air on a scenic flight to the World Heritage listed Purnululu National Park and fly over the bewildering giant orange and black domes of the Bungle Bungle Range.
- The astonishing million acres of El Questro Wilderness Park was created so that visitors can experience one of the world’s last unspoilt frontiers in comfort and style.
- The Margaret River Wine Region is one of the largest and most diverse in Australia.
- Western Australia’s spectacular Coral Coast is Home of World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef.
- Experience the spectacular reefs and marine life.
Tropical and lush in some places; red and rocky in others – the Northern Territory is like nowhere else in Australia.
Here you will find ancient Aboriginal rock art galleries, wonderful wildlife parks, rare South Sea pearls and world-famous natural attractions.
- Darwin –the capital of the Northern Territory, is a fascinating blend of cultures with an amazing mix of festivals, magical beachside night markets, museums and nightlife.
- Surrounded by sea on three sides, with world-class wilderness areas nearby, it is an excellent base from which to explore the World Heritage.
- There’s nothing like ‘The Alice’. The township of Alice Springs is arguably Australia’s most famous outback town.
- Walk around the base of Uluru with an Aboriginal guide. See it from the air on a helicopter or scenic flight.
- Trek across the desert dunes on the back of a camel or a Harley-Davidson motorcycle for a completely different perspective.
- Feast on Australian delicacies at the Sounds of Silence, a five million star restaurant, while a storyteller shares tales from the night sky.
- A timeless landscape Kakadu National Park, an ageless living natural and cultural landscape so vast that it is divided into seven distinct regions and six separate seasons