Sydney is one of my favorite cities in the world. It's got everything - iconic architecture, interesting history, laid-back locals, and some of the world's best beaches. With so many different areas of the city to explore, it's impossible to run out of things to do in Sydney. My personal favorite activity is taking the ferry across the harbor, past the stunning Opera House & Harbor Bridge, to the northern suburb of Manly Beach
Allie, Australia & New Zealand Specialist
Alice's passion for travel began during her summers away from university where she would spend her time working every hour possible in order to travel. The remainder of her time was spent in Southeast Asia and Indonesia. After leaving university she booked a one-way ticket to Melbourne where she planned to spend a couple of months working, however having fallen madly in love with the city, its culture and relaxed pace of life, she ended up making it her home for the next year.
Following her time in the city, Alice took to Australia's vast open roads and drove along the west and east coast taking in the country's fantastic diversity from red open desert to cosmopolitan cities and white sandy beaches.
On her return to the UK Alice decided she would like to share her passion for travel with others. Since starting at Audley Alice's draw to travel to remote areas of the world has seen her travel all the way to French Polynesia where she enjoyed the culture, scenery and the chance to see manta rays.
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Bamurru Plains in the Northern Territory of Australia is my favorite accommodation. It's a luxury bush camp in the middle of a functioning cattle station, truly in the Australian outback. The surrounding area is full of wildlife and your alarm clock each morning is either a herd of buffalo migrating across the floodplains or wallabies hopping past your cabin. It's such a great way to experience the untouched nature of the Top End of Australia - and it's pretty nice to get off the grid for a few days!
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Far north Queensland is one of the most beautiful areas of Australia - it's where the Great Barrier Reef meets the Daintree Rainforest. One of my most memorable experiences was taking a helicopter back to Port Douglas after a day snorkeling out on the reef. Seeing things from that perspective was an incredible way to view both the world's largest coral reef and the world's oldest rainforest. Absolutely amazing!