Fringed by forested coastline and occupied by vast tracts of bush and desert, Australia is a continent of beautiful extremes. From the dripping wetlands of the far north to the ice-capped mountains of the south, the incredible diversity of landscapes and wildlife will enthral visitors. Soak up the sun on a tropical beach, trek through uncharted bushland, or explore fascinating urban jungles – the choice is yours. Australia awaits.

Dinner Plain

In the rugged highlands surrounding Mount Hotham sits Dinner Plain, a thriving snow village with a reputation for hospitality stretching back to the nineteenth century....

Phillip Island

An easy daytrip from Melbourne’s thriving urbanism, Phillip Island is a haven for sea-going wildlife.  This small island has a population of just under 10,000...

Perth

Culturally enriched and beautifully spacious, Perth is a city built to cleanse the metaphorical palate and provide vacationers with a refreshing seaside experience.  Sprawling on...

Hobart

If you’ve envisioned Australia as a land of dry bushland and dripping rainforests, visiting Hobart will quickly dissuade you. Hugging the mouth of the River...

Margaret River

The Margaret River wine region is aptly named. Dotted with high-calibre wineries and a range of gourmet eateries, it’s a peaceful, scenic area perfect for...

Torquay

The Great Ocean Road, that magnificent route spanning hundreds of kilometres of coastline, begins at Torquay, and it’s a starting point that makes sense. Torquay...

Ballarat

On the banks of the Yarrowee River in Victoria’s Central Highlands is Ballarat, Australia’s third-largest inland city and the birthplace of modern Aussie democracy. It...

Port Stephens

A sweeping marine estuary in New South Wale’s Hunter Region, Port Stephens is perfect if you and your family are looking for a relaxing getaway....

Port Macquarie

Originally founded as a penal colony in 1821, Port Macquarie is now a haven for travellers looking for sun, surf and some of the most...

Coffs Harbour

Hugging the shoreline of New South Wales’ Mid North Coast, Coffs Harbour pairs coastal luxury with a rich agricultural background.  Famed for its historical banana...

Brisbane

Capital of the Sunshine State, inner-city Brisbane is fast becoming a rival to urban hubs like Sydney and Melbourne, with shopping districts, cultural precincts and...

Port Douglas

The north is a place of extremes – dense swathes of tropical rainforest, temperate coastlines ringed with reefs, and vast tracts of red-earthed outback. The...

Sunshine Coast

Friendly. Local. Scenic. Three words to capture the quintessence of the coast. Stretching from Caloundra to Noosa, it’s a region characterised by stunning beaches, subtropical...

Melbourne

Stylish, elegant and refined, Melbourne is Australia’s undisputed cultural capital. This vibrant metropolis is populated by dozens of national attractions, while the inner city’s labyrinthine...

Sydney

As Australia’s largest city, Sydney provides an incredible diversity of holidaying experiences. From the steel-edged skyline of the CBD and the inner city’s iconic landmarks,...

Gold Coast

Stretching from Ormeau to Coolangatta, the Gold Coast is Queensland’s glittering crown – young, vibrant and exciting.  Boasting some of the state’s best beaches, idyllic...