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A continent in its own right, Australia’s landscapes range from tropical rainforests to the red deserts of the Outback via vineyards, surf beaches and cosmopolitan cities. Thanks to an efficient network of internal flights, you can experience many of these places within the same trip.

We’ve found some of the biggest Australian myths to be true: this really is a land of easy-going attitudes where active, outdoor lifestyles are celebrated and natural wonders abound. We can recommend how to make the most out of your Australia holiday, whether you’re interested in snorkeling the Great Barrier Reef, heading out on a bush walk with an Aboriginal guide, or simply looking for the best seafood in Perth.

In a country that dwarfs the entire continent of Europe there’s much to see. Australia’s character is quicksilver: one moment, you could be admiring the Sydney skyline, the next, you might be far from city lights, stargazing in the wildernesses of the Outback in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park or the Kimberley. It’s a land of extremes. Think of the 12 sandstone pinnacles waymarking the Great Ocean Road, or the thousands of corals and cays combining to create the Great Barrier Reef.

Our Australia specialists have a deep understanding of the country’s landscapes and attractions. As well as offering tips for unlocking the major cities of the east and west coasts, they can help you explore some of Australia’s pristine environments, from natural island wildlife reserves to remote, Aboriginal Arnhem Land.

A vast country with a wide-ranging collection of landscapes, attractions and activities, Australia offers countless options when it comes to things to see and do. Explore the rugged, red Outback on a private tour of Mount Conner, embark on a self-drive along the wild Great Ocean Road or benefit from a local's insight in Sydney and Melbourne on our specialist tours.

Australia's wildlife is another highlight with Great Barrier Reef tours on the east coast, swimming with whale sharks on the west coast and scenic flights to Kangaroo Island, where separation from the mainland has allowed a variety of endemic species to flourish.

Ideas for experiencing Australia

Experiences you have as you travel often hold the longest memories. As part of their research trips, our specialists seek out authentic ways to get to know Australia, and the best local guides. These activities reflect some of their best-loved experiences.

  • The Ghan - Great Southern Rail
    The Ghan  - Great Southern Rail

    The Ghan - Great Southern Rail

    Adelaide

    The Ghan - Great Southern Rail

    The Ghan completed its first journey from Adelaide through the ruggedly beautiful Red Centre to Darwin in 2003, reviving a dream born in the colonial era. It follows the trail blazed by the early explorers and Afghan ‘cameleers’ who tirelessly supplied the Overland Telegraph stations ensuring that the remote Outback and Red Centre kept in touch with the rest of the world.

     

  • Blue Mountains Private Tour
    Blue Mountains Private Tour

    Blue Mountains Private Tour

    Sydney

    Blue Mountains Private Tour

    Be met by your guide for a private and personal tour into the beautiful Blue Mountains National Park. The day will be tailored to your specific interests, but an example itinerary would begin in Sydney and head westwards across the coastal plain to the Great Dividing Range of Australia. Then leave the usual tourist route and enter the National Park to unlock a piece of the country you would never normally see.

  • Coral Expeditions Cruise
    Coral Expeditions Cruise

    Coral Expeditions Cruise

    Cairns

    Coral Expeditions Cruise

    Coral Expeditions II is a 35 m (115 ft), expedition-style cruise ship, large enough to provide all the comforts of a much bigger ship, yet small enough to enable them to access reef and island sites inaccessible to other vessels.

  • Sounds of Silence Dinner
    Sounds of Silence Dinner

    Sounds of Silence Dinner

    Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

    Sounds of Silence Dinner

    The Sounds of Silence is a unique dining experience beneath the stars.

    Your journey begins on a lone sand dune. A meandering path takes you to an uninterrupted, three hundred and sixty degree view of this vast landscape. In front of you is the fabled Uluru; behind you are the domes of Kata Tjuta and, possibly the most spectacular sunset you have ever seen. Here you enjoy sparkling wine and a selection of delectable canapés whilst a local didgeridoo player explains and performs this traditional Aboriginal instrument.

  • Phillip Island Tour
    Phillip Island Tour

    Phillip Island Tour

    Melbourne

    Phillip Island Tour

    Recognised as a world leader for environmental conservation, Phillip Island's sandy and rocky shorelines team with wildlife including over 200 species of birds. On Phillip Island's northern side, look out for masked lapwings, spoonbills, ibis, herons and black swans; while on the south side you may see some local surfers on a pristine beach overlooking the highest point of the island.

  • Sydney Opera House Backstage Tour
    Sydney Opera House Backstage Tour

    Sydney Opera House Backstage Tour

    Sydney

    Sydney Opera House Backstage Tour

    This intimate tour is unique in that you have exclusive access to areas normally reserved for the stars and their crew. You will be taken backstage of one of the busiest performing arts centres in the world as it prepares for the upcoming performances.

  • Snorkelling with Whale Sharks
    Snorkelling with Whale Sharks

    Snorkelling with Whale Sharks

    Snorkelling with Whale Sharks

    Experience a unique ocean experience in swimming with the largest fish in the sea. From late March to early July each year whale sharks converge in the nutrient rich waters off the Ningaloo Reef, timing their annual visits with the coral spawning.

  • Hobart Kayaking
    Hobart Kayaking

    Hobart Kayaking

    Hobart

    Hobart Kayaking

    This adventurous tour provides a guiding kayaking experience against the stunning backdrop of the Hobart waterfront, providing a unique perspective of the harbour.

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