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Come and say G’day

In Australia, the phrase ‘G’day’ is the start of every great adventure.

Snorkel with turtles in the Great Barrier Reef, explore the ancient Daintree Rainforest, or sail Sydney Harbour while soaking in iconic Sydney Opera House views. Take a seaplane to a Michelin-starred restaurant on the edge of a national park, connect with Australia’s Aboriginal and Indigenous people and the oldest continuous culture on the planet, or watch the vast landscapes slide by on an epic rail adventure.

Whether you’re looking for vibrant cities, world-class wineries, unique wildlife, or epic road trips, there’s an unforgettable itinerary for every traveler. You can rely on our specialists as the dedicated experts who’ll craft your plans into the Australia trip you’re imagining.

Head Down Under to a place where the water is warm and the welcome is even warmer. So, what are you waiting for? Come and say G’day.

Places to go in Australia

If you’re planning to focus your time in Australia around a particular area, you can jump into the region you're most interested in to find detailed itinerary ideas together with accommodation choices and a taster of the experiences we can offer.

  • Sydney Harbour

    New South Wales

    Home of Sydney, New South Wales is likely to be your entry or exit point to Australia. But, this gleaming city masks many other highlights this state can offer you, including some of the country’s very best coastline.

  • Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

    Northern Territory

    The Northern Territory offers untamed stretches of Outback that could engulf entire European countries. Among its natural highlights — its great gorges, rock formations, river networks, waterfalls and pools — you’ll find Aboriginal culture, arts and heritage in swathes.

  • Hardy Reef

    Queensland

    Queensland shines brightly among Australia’s regions, offering perhaps the greatest range of topography and experiences. The Great Barrier Reef is an underwater colossus that you can explore in many ways, but you’ll also find rainforest, tablelands, cities and sweeping beaches.

  • Secluded bay, Kangaroo Island

    South Australia

    South Australia is an all-rounder: it combines many classic Australian elements, from beaches to a cosmopolitan city (Adelaide), sweeping Outback, winelands, and a surf-whipped coastline. It’s also the proud homeland of Kangaroo Island, where a number of endemic species thrive.

  • Tasmanian Devil, Australia

    Tasmania

    Explore Australia’s still relatively-under-the-radar island state of Tasmania for some of the country’s best walking tracks, wildlife watching, and food. Things to do in Tasmania also include tracing the island’s history as a notorious British penal colony.

  • Twelve Apostles near the Great Ocean Road, Victoria

    Victoria

    Many visitors to Victoria gravitate toward Melbourne, but there’s a lot more to this region than its showpiece city. You can visit far-flung peninsular national parks as part of a drive along the Great Ocean Road, or explore the state’s leading vineyards.

  • Turquoise Bay in Cape Range National Park, Western Australia

    Western Australia

    Isolated and wild, with national parks spanning desert, reefs, wildflower meadows and karri forests, Western Australia’s points of interest are mostly natural. But, you’ll also find the fresh-faced city of Perth, wineries, and coastal towns brimming with personality.

Where to stay in Australia

Indulge in unforgettable luxury within some of the world’s most inspiring landscapes. Our specialists have selected stays that showcase Australian hospitality at its best. Whether you're overlooking the ocean, in the heart of the Outback, or on islands fringed by World Heritage coral reefs you'll find an extraordinary stay in every corner of Australia.

  • Longitude 131

    Longitude 131°

    Opulent, stylish and occupying an unsurpassed position in one of the most spiritual places in Australia, the marvelous Longitude 131° luxury lodge has fifteen elevated safari-inspired tents.

  • Qualia, Hamilton Island

    Qualia

    Qualia offers exquisite accommodation in an idyllic location on the secluded northern tip of Hamilton Island.

  • Saffire Aerial View

    Saffire Freycinet

    Overlooking Great Oyster Bay from its discreet hillside location, Saffire, is a wonderful retreat and coastal sanctuary to relax and unwind.

Our ideas for exploring Australia

Laid back culture, famous icons and diverse landscapes only found Down Under, we can point you toward tried-and-tested routes around the country.

Suggested activities for Australia

We’ll design your trip to include experiences you wouldn’t find anywhere else but in Australia. See endemic wildlife in their natural habitat, dive the Great Barrier Reef, or relax on world-class beaches.

  • Koala on Kangaroo Island

    Exceptional Kangaroo Island

    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 Island’s plants and animals are now isolated and are clearly different from their mainland relatives.

  • Waterlillies, Yellow Waters

    Yellow Water Nature Cruise

    The large landlocked billabong Yellow Water gained its name from the algal bloom found floating on its surface and has become renowned for the abundant wildlife and birdlife that flock to these floodplains.

  • Maria Island Walk, 4 Day, Day 3, Maria Island

    Maria Island Walk — 4 Days

    This outstanding four day guided walk is the most awarded tourism experience in the history of the Gourmet Traveller Travel Awards! Based on a beautiful island national park, the walk is a delightful blend of rare Tasmanian wildlife, convict heritage, elegant accommodation and gourmet dining.

  • Cape Tribulation

    Cape Tribulation

    Visit Stingray Bay and Cowie Beach, with its shallow bay, spectacular mountain backdrop and the unusual "Lone Soldier" mangrove. A chance then to walk on the world renowned Cape Tribulation rainforest beach and coastline and the fringing coral reef from Kulki Lookout.

  • Sounds of Silence dinner, Uluru

    Sounds of Silence Dinner

    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.

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