Reasons to Visit
Driving is a pleasure on Australia's scenic, safe and uncrowded roads. We usually arrange for you to be met at the airport and taken to your hotel, where a hire car will be delivered. Embark on one of the world's most scenic drives including the Great Ocean Road or Gibb River Road.
Australia's Red Centre has one of the country's highest concentrations of Aboriginal culture while in the north, Arnhem Land is Aboriginal owned and home to Australia's most extensive and significant collection of Aboriginal rock-art.
You don't need a surf board to appreciate the endless white sands that ring Australia. From the hustle and bustle of Bondi beach to the idyllic shores of the Whitsundays or remote beaches of the west, each has its own appeal.
From the world-famous Sydney in the east with her iconic Opera House and bridge, to the gleaming buildings and sandy shores of Perth, Australia offers the visitor endless opportunities to enjoy the fast-pace and excitement of city life.
Australia has one of the largest and greatest national park systems in the world, covering over 24 million hectares. With such diversity as lush rainforest to arid desertscapes the wildlife that call these national parks home are equally diverse.
The vastness of Australia is something truly to behold and there is nowhere better to take this in than in the outback itself, where beautiful desertscape stretch for as far as the eye can see.
Whatever your fitness level, there are plenty of opportunities to head out into the Australian countryside and enjoy the remarkably-varied landscapes during your trip. Choose from leisurely strolls to more strenuous, multiple day hikes.
Australia is well-known for its kangaroos and koalas, but delve a little deeper and you may come across some of the country's more unusual and interesting wildlife, such as the dugong or thorny devil.
Australia is fast-becoming one of the most highly-regarded wine producers in the world, and with the likes of the beautiful and picturesque Barossa, Yarra and Hunter valleys, as well as Margaret River region to explore, we can understand why.
The kaleidoscopic colours of the fish and corals that inhibit the world's largest offshore reef, the Great Barrier Reef to the east, and the world's largest fringing reef, Ningaloo Reef to the west, are a must-see.
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We can arrange a wide range of activities during your trip. Here is just a small selection of what's on offer.
This outstanding coastal bushwalk takes you through some of the most remarkable forest and coast scenery including rocky platforms, sheltered beaches, pristine rivers, huge forests and coastal heathland.
David Doudle has a contagious passion for exploring and his home is the breathtaking undiscovered coastline of the Lower Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. David is a fourth generation local...
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.
Visit an ancient Aboriginal site, get shown some outstanding look out points, examine rock formations and the unusual plants and wildlife that abound the area.
Jump aboard a 52 foot motor yacht and embark on a four hour cruise taking in the famous sights as well as the lesser known coves and beaches of the harbour in Sydney.
Twelve thousand years ago Kangaroo Island was part of mainland Australia. The Ice Age and low sea levels allowed the Island to be populated with an amazing array of wildlife. Kangaroo...
This tour focuses upon Flinders Chase National Park which covers the entire western end of the Island. Work to establish this vast park began in 1888 making it one of the worlds oldest....
Take life by the bootlaces and put both feet on the trail of discovery. Slow down and re-engage with the here and now, with Bothfeet. The innovative Bothfeet, have developed a...
Yarra Valley & Dandenong Ranges
The Yarra Valley is just under an hours drive from central Melbourne and is an area of lush hillsides, diverse and rich history and home to over 35 wineries, many of which have a reputation for producing world-class wines.
Melbourne is breathtaking under lights and this tour will have you marvelling at the heritage buildings throughout the Golden Mile, leaving you mesmerized by St Patrick's Cathedral, the Shrine of Remembrance in Melbourne's Royal Botanic Gardens and the world heritage listed Royal Exhibition Building.
Welcome to your South Australian Food Safari – a seven-day serving that
matches stunning scenery with superb ingredients and exciting cuisine.
Hosted by local gourmand Mark Gleeson,...
This fascinating experience takes you south of the city to the Gippsland Coastal region. Stop to visit a boutique winery overlooking Westernport Bay before arriving at the Koala Conservation Centre, where you can walk amongst the treetops to see protected Koalas.
Experience the areas prolific wildlife as many different species thrive in this Outback environment. Visit multi coloured ocre rocks that local Aboriginal people used to decorate themselves with for ceremonies by grinding the stone and making it into a brightly coloured paint.
Leaving the city and docklands behind, you enter the volcanic western plains of Victoria. Crossing the rich sheep and dairy farmland will bring you to the cool temperate rainforests of the Otway Ranges National Park, where your guide will share stories of the dinosaurs and megafauna that inhabited the land.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb has become a legendary activity for any visitor of Sydney. The three and a half hour excursion takes you over the arch to the summit of the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge, giving you wonderful 360 degree views of the Harbour, including the iconic Opera House.
Departing from Rose Bay you will be taken by seaplane along Sydney's Northern Beaches and over the Ku-Rin-Gai Chase National Park to the tranquil waters of Cowan Creek.
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.
Tourabout Adelaide is a local, tour guiding and private touring service offering “South Australia with the Personal Touch”. It is renowned as a specialist in designing, co-ordinating and...
This is a personal tour with a knowledgeable guide who has a great enthusiasm for the local produce. They will take you from Adelaide up through the beautiful Adelaide Hills to the heart of the Australian wine industry.
Start planning your tailor-made holiday to Australia by contacting one of our specialists...
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