A continent in its own right, Australia is a land of extraordinary diversity and remarkable landscapes. You will find everything from tropical rainforests and lush gorges to fiery red deserts in the vast Outback, while national parks, scenic winelands and idyllic beaches can be found close to its gleaming modern cities.
20 hours (Perth) or 24 hours (Sydney)
UTC +7 to UTC +11
Emirates, Qantas Airways and Singapore Airlines
Where can you fly from?
Flights to Australia are available from a choice of airports including London, Birmingham, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow
Speak to someone who's been there
Start planning your tailor-made trip by calling one of our Australia specialists on 01993 838 810
Read our guides to the regions of Australia
Central & Outback Australia
The centre of Aboriginal Australia, the Outback and central Australia take in Alice Springs, Uluru and some of the country's most intriguing wildlife. Our specialists will suggest the best places to visit and stay in the region where red earth glows against a blue sky.
Queensland & the Great Barrier Reef
Discover our highlights of a trip to Queensland, which stretches from bordering New South Wales up to the tropical north. You'll find most of the attractions along the coast: the Daintree Rainforest, the Outback oases of the Atherton Tablelands and the Great Barrier Reef.
Perth with its skyscrapers that overlook quiet colonial suburbs on the banks of the Swan River is the largest city in this vast region. Out of the city, you can whale watch, hike in national parks, visit the wineries and have deserted beaches to yourself.
Sample trip ideas
Your journey will be fully tailored to your schedule, interests and budget.
Explore the beautiful and isolated region of the southwest, visiting idyllic coastal towns, whale watching off the coast of Perth and sampling wine from the Margaret River region.
Indulge in the incredible diversity of bird and wildlife of the Northern Territory's Top End, complemented by stunning scenery and waterfalls throughout Arnhem Land and the Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks.
Take in the highlights of Tasmania on this circular route of the island to discover the unique wildlife, variety of scenery and fascinating convict history.
Explore some of Australia's main highlights with time in the outback, on the coast and in two of the country's finest cities.
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First-timer's guide to Australia
Our Australia specialists use first-hand experience and knowledge in planning perfect itineraries that capture the must-see places and sights for your first visit to Australia.
Self-drive holidays in Australia
If you want the freedom of the open road to tour Australia, our specialists know the routes and will plan you a self-drive holiday that runs seamlessly. We'll give you advice on driving in Australia and how to catch internal flights to enjoy a trip in more than one region.
The big skies of the Northern Territory are also the heartland of Aboriginal Australia. We work with local Aboriginal guides and groups who'll reveal their way of life, traditions and a hidden wealth of ancient rock art.
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