Australia

What’s on offer in Australia?

Australia immediately conjures images of the Sydney Opera House, the Great Barrier Reef, big-wave surfing, miles of Outback and a rather strange – and endearing – assortment of animals. While the country’s main cities offer charm, glamour, unique festivals, well-preserved history and heritage, fabulous beaches and fun events, it’s also a land of immense contrast and captivating nature. The nation offers something for just about everyone –from water lovers, desert wanderers and canyon climbers, to arts and culture buffs, historians, and foodies. The country’s vast size makes it almost impossible to take in everything in a single visit, but you can pick and choose a perfect holiday according to your personal preferences.

  • NEW SOUTH WALES

    Climb to the summit of Sydney Harbour Bridge for stunning views of the Opera House. See the early morning mist nsing from eucalyptus trees in the beautiful Blue Mountains National Park. Hang out with the surfers on the uncrowded white-sand beaches of Byron Bay.

  • NORTHERN TERRITORY

    Keep a look out for crocodiles on a wetlands billabong cruise in Kakadu National Park. Hike through the strange but beautiful red rock formations of Kings Canyon. Learn of ancient Aboriginal traditions at Uluru, then watch the mesmerising sunset.

  • QUEENSLAND

    Combine the action-packed playground of Surfers Paradise with bushwalking in the Gold Coast Hinterland. Cruise the beautiful Whitsunday Islands, or relax on the silica sands of Whitehaven Beach. Enjoy diving or snorkelling at the Great Barrier Reef, one of nature’s finest spectacles.

  • WESTERN AUSTRALIA

    Explore cosmopolitan Perth, and enjoy a spot of indulgent wine tasting at world-famous Margaret River. Hand-feed friendly bottle-nosed dolphins at Monkey Mia ~ a unique wildlife encounter. Take a thrilling 4WD tour into the vast Outback scenery of The Kimberley.

  • SOUTH AUSTRALIA

    Stroll the leafy streets and parklands of Adelaide, an elegant and cultured city. Spot wild kangaroos, koalas and echidnas amidst the spectacular scenery on Kangaroo island. Visit the picturesque Barossa Valley, renowned for its award-winning wines and gourmet restaurants.

  • VICTORIA

    Make time to discover Melbourne, with its cutting-edge culture, sports, fashion, food and entertainment. Take a self-drive tour along the Great Ocean Road, one of Australia’s finest coastal routes. Enjoy the ‘penguin parade’, as they waddle back to their burrows on Phillip Island.

  • TASMANIA

    Visit historic Port Arthur, which stands as a moving testament to the lives of the first convict settlers. Explore the striking coastal scenery of Freycinet National Park, on foot or by kayak. Take a cruise on the Gordon River, into one of the world’s last unspoilt wildernesses.

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New South Wales

New South Wales (NSW) lies in southeastern Australia and is home to Australia’s capital, Sydney, with its glamorous harbour, museums, galleries and restaurants. The city is also famed for its iconic Opera House and popular east coastal strip of golden beaches.

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Northern Territory

The Northern Territory of Australia is known for its stark natural beauty, desert stretches, wetlands, rocky gorges and raging rivers fed by monsoon rains. In addition to the lure of its stunning scenery, tourists travel here to visit sacred Aboriginal sites and enjoy an array of adventure activities.

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Queensland

This northeastern state incorporates 7000km of coastline, the Great Barrier Reef and its teeming tropical waters (perfect for underwater sightseeing), sophisticated and vibrant cities of the likes of Brisbane and Cairns, rainforests, the surfing beaches of the Gold and Sunshine Coasts and dazzling landscapes.

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Victoria

Victoria is also one of the country’s most diverse regions, with its attractions ranging from spectacular beaches and quaint seaside towns, to the cosmopolitan city of Melbourne – the state capital, and Australia’s unofficial cultural capital.

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South Australia

Hailed for its wine and seafood, long summers, rugged Outback and spectacular coastline, South Australia offers one unique experience after another. There’s plenty of swimming, fishing, boating and surfing to be had along the coast, with happy interruptions to your fun in the sun.

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Perth, Western Australia

Perth is Western Australia’s star attraction. Hailed as the country’s ‘sunniest’ capital – and blessed by the lapping waters of the Swan River as well as miles of coastline – it attracts foodies, fashionistas and fun lovers alike. Visit Kings Park and Botanic Garden; the city’s splendid cultural precinct where you’ll find art galleries, the Western Australian Museum, and the State Ballet and Opera; head down to the beach to swim with dolphins; saunter down the King Street precinct for a taste of Gucci, Louis Vuitton and company; and if you’re into anything vintage, visit Guildford for some retro retail therapy.

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