Home of the oldest civilization in the world and whooping 19 UNESCO World Heritage sites, Australia brims with natural and cultural treasures that can last a lifetime. Explore the striking Great Barrier Reef and spot the spectacular Daintree Rainforest. Drive along the breathtaking Great Ocean Road and trek around the majestic Uluru and outstanding Purnululu.
This island continent is deeply enriched with unique flora and fauna such as species of acacia, eucalypts and melaleucas; 140 species of marsupials, including kangaroos, koalas and the Tasmanian Devil. Australia is also blessed with different grape varieties and home to some of the oldest vineyards abound. With its cultural diversity, grandiose settings and rich natural resources the Land Down Under is yours to explore.
Known as the city of churches and for its colonial stone architecture, Adelaide recently made it into the Top Ten most liveable cities in the world. With award-winning food and wine, a host of small bars and restaurants, Adelaide proves to be sophisticated and effortlessly chic. Explore the museums and libraries of North Terrace and dine on dedicated ‘eat streets’ that sprawl over almost half the city. Get up close to kangaroos, koalas, seals and penguins on the wildlife wonderland of Kangaroo Island. Go bike riding in Botanic Park or row past rose gardens in Rymill Park. Travel beyond the city centre and you’ll find the picturesque Adelaide Hills and the world-class wineries of the Barossa Valley.
Brisbane is a great gateway to Australia’s splendid coastline. Spend a day or so to explore the local sights like Mt Coot-tha, and South Bank, but then head out to it’s surrounds where the real beauty lies! Head north and drive the Pacific Coast stopping in at the resort town of Noosa, one of Queensland’s most beautiful seaside holiday destinations or go further afield and experience four-wheel driving along the sandy tracks of World Heritage-listed Fraser Island. Closer to Brisbane, head out to Moreton Island, the third largest sand island in the World which is 95% National Park. Catch the ferry to Tangalooma, known for Dolphin feeding and shipwreck diving.
With islands, rainforests and reefs at it’s doorstep, Cairns is recognized as the gateway to Queensland’s Tropical North. Swim, dive and sail the World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef; stay in the magical Daintree Rainforest; take the scenic railway to the butterfly-fringed village of Kuranda and immerse in Aboriginal culture in the remote frontier of Cape Tribulation. Want a breathtaking adventure, want to immerse yourself in an exotic tropical rainforest or simply relax, unwind and enjoy the tropics, Cairns has it all within easy reach.
From the sparkling harbour and WWII history to the city’s Asian-influenced food and tropical outdoor lifestyle, Darwin is an adventurers’ paradise. Explore the region’s dramatic history – from World War II air raids to Cyclone Tracy – in the museums and galleries. Visit the World heritage-listed Kakadu National Park that has a rich tapestry of wetlands, wildlife and aboriginal rock art galleries. Join an Adelaide River Queen cruise and see jumping crocodiles. Want to swim in stunning tropical waterfalls and swimming holes? Then head south to Litchfield National Park to Florence and Wangi Falls. Be sure to look out for the majestic and magnetic termite mounds along the way! The Top End is waiting for you to explore this vibrant tropical capital with a youthful energy you’ll find hard to resist.
Beautiful one day, perfect the next! The famous slogan that we believe describes Queensland best. Start with the beautiful Hinterland region where you can walk amongst the treetops on suspension bridges where you will be surrounded by nothing but beautiful birds and flowers or experience something different like a King Parrot landing on your head! You can do almost everything in the Gold Coast from learning how to surf or paddle board in Surfers Paradise to cuddling a Koala and frolicking with Dolphins at Sea World…Dad can even have a round of golf! The Gold Coast is a fantastic destination for the whole family where you can enjoy the many theme parks on offer or just simply relax on one of the white sandy beaches that stretch 57 kilometres along the coast!
Discover your piece of Melbourne amongst the maze of laneways where you will find chic cafes, beautiful fine dining restaurants, hidden bars and fabulous fashion boutiques. Check out the cutting edge art, culture and theatre in this vibrant cosmopolitan city. Hire a convertible or take a tour and venture out of the city and discover world class surf beaches along the Great Ocean Road before reaching the Twelve Apostles or maybe you would like to tantalise your taste buds at one of the many renowned wineries in the Yarra Valley or Mornington Peninsula. Feel like checking out some Aussie birds? Visit the famous Fairy Penguins on Phillip Island as they parade up the beach at dusk. Before you leave see Koalas in a natural habitat at the Koala Conservation Centre.
Sydney boasts one of the most spectacular harbours in the world with the Opera House, Harbour Bridge and Royal Botanic Gardens lining it’s beautiful unspoilt foreshores. A visit to Sydney is not complete without a cruise on it’s famous harbour and be sure to take this all in on a leisurely luncheon cruise. Whilst you are here, why not explore the breathtaking sea cliffs on the gorgeous Bondi to Bronte walk, take a hike through the Blue Mountains and see the amazing blue hues created from the mixing of sunlight with the drops of oil released by the eucalyptus trees or discover the Hunter Valley and sample some of the finest wines they have to offer in this beautiful wine country. Feeling peckish…then head on down to the Sydney Fish Markets for the freshest seafood in Sydney or treat yourself and dine in one of our many fine dining restaurants with a view of magical Sydney harbour!