Stay in some lovely two bedroom apartments suitable for the family.
Visit the scenic Blue Mountains and keep your eyes peeled for kangaroos.
4x4 excursion to Rainbow Beach.
Take a reef trip on the Great Barrier Reef.
These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Australia, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well.
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Sample some of Australia's finest wines in the Barossa Valley.
Drive along the dramatic Great Ocean Road west of Melbourne.
Join a walking tour of Melbourne's hidden laneways.
Hike through the beautiful Blue Mountains to the west of Sydney.
Enjoy a surfing lesson on Bondi Beach.
Cruise Sydney Harbour and see iconic buildings such as the Opera House.
Visit the great monolith of Uluru in the Red Centre.
Discover the underwater kingdom of the Great Barrier Reef.
Experience the wilderness of the Atherton Tablelands.
Browse the Salamanca Markets in Hobart for local arts and crafts, surrounded by the historical harbor buildings.
Cruise the Gordon River and take in the local flora, fauna and convict history.
Get up close to the elusive Tasmanian Devils at Cradle Mountain National Park.
Walk to the Wineglass Bay lookout in Freycinet National Park and take your own pictures of one of Australia's most photographed beaches.
Marvel at the spectacular marine life including manta rays, whale sharks and turtles.
Explore the historic town of Fremantle, with its convict jails, whaling ships and old taverns.
Take a sunset walk along a deserted beach.
Explore the national parks to view canyons and dramatic rock formations.
Take an exhilarating helicopter flight over Esperance's famous Pink Lake and Cape Le Grand National Park.
Sample fabulous local wines in the Margaret River wine region.
Relax on some of the country's finest pristine white sand beaches.
Wander through ancient karri forests.
Meet the furry local quokkas on Rottnest Island.
Experience ancient Aboriginal culture deep underground in the Ngilgi Caves.
Explore the historic port of Fremantle, with its craft breweries, vibrant markets and UNESCO World Heritage Listed Fremantle Prison.
Shop at the Mindi Beach craft markets.
See first-hand the stunning rock art of Arnhem Land.
Take a cruise on the Yellow Waters in the Kakadu National Park and see a plethora of birdlife here.
Experience Kata Tjuta at sunrise and Uluru at sunset and simply absorb the beauty of this unique part of the world.
Explore the Australian Outback and Flinders Ranges.
Experience the Great Barrier Reef from Pumpkin Island.
Marvel at the passing scenery on the iconic Indian Pacific train.
Be a sustainable traveler and minimize your impact on the environment.
Explore Hobart’s weird and wonderful Museum of Old and New Art, before embarking on a privately guided tour of the experimental vineyard on site.
Visit Maria Island on a guided four-day walk, home to an astonishing abundance of wildlife and diverse natural beauty.
Explore quirky Fremantle, where rickety wooden buildings juxtapose hip new boutiques and eateries.
Discover the towering karri forests, premium wineries, pristine coastline and diverse wildlife of the Cape to Cape Track.
Experience an exhilarating seaplane flight over Rottnest Island, home of the famous quokka and some of Australia’s best beaches.
Australia and New Zealand
Explore Sydney's iconic highlights.
Watch the sunset over the magnificent Uluru/Ayers Rock.
Snorkel the turquoise waters of the Great Barrier Reef.
Explore New Zealand's rugged and mountainous landscape.
Visit world-famous wineries in the Blenheim winelands.
Cruise the beautiful Doubtful Sound.
Explore the vibrant city of Perth on a private walking tour.
Meet the inquisitive local quokkas on Rottnest Island.
Dive with whale sharks or humpback whales on the Ningaloo Reef.
Hike a stunning section of the Cape to Cape Track stopping for a gourmet four-course lunch.
Stay in some of the finest accommodation that Western Australia has to offer.
Spend time in the cultural hub of Darwin.
Explore Australia's Top End including a visit the Kakadu National Park and a Wilderness Lodge experience.
Discover the Kimberley region onboard a 10-night Coral Expeditions cruise.
Relax in the cosmopolitan town of Broome and near the beautiful Cable Beach.
Australia and New Zealand
Enjoy fantastic service and full board in a luxurious Club Veranda Suite on Silversea Cruises.
Visit many of New Zealand's key highlights, and a few key destinations in Australia, during your 16-day cruise.
Get to know Sydney through the eyes of a local as well as tours of its main icons: Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House.
Take in a Maori performance and shared full day tour from Auckland.
Take a luxurious three night train journey on The Ghan Expedition.
Explore Litchfield National Park along with its stunning waterfalls and scenic walks.
Discover Arnhem Land and the local Aboriginal culture around Mount Borradaile.
Immerse yourself in the Northern Territory's coastal floodplains to spot bird and wildlife.
Explore the vibrant city of Perth from a luxurious hotel.
Spend time in the cosmopolitan town of Broome and enjoy a sundowner by Cable Beach.
Immerse yourself in the Kimberley onboard a seven-night luxury True North expedition cruise.
Explore the immense El Questro station from a luxury homestead.
Take a scenic flight over the Bungle Bungle.
Some of our favorite travel guides
- Live (it up) like a local: why stay in a luxury Australian private home?
- Driving Australia’s wild west: a step-by-step guide
- Shining a spotlight on South Australia's wildlife and landscapes
- The Top End: 3 essential experiences in Australia’s Northern Territory
- Australia City Guide
- Stay in an Australian Outback homestead
- What to do in Tasmania: our highlights guide
- Food and wine experiences in New South Wales
- Classic railway journeys in Australia: The Ghan vs the Indian Pacific
- Southeast Australia
Live (it up) like a local: why stay in a luxury Australian private home?
Want to sample the Australian good life in chic, comfortable surrounds? Audley Australia specialist Vina explains why you might like to stay in a luxe beachside or city private home on your Australia trip, rather than a traditional hotel.View this travel guide
Driving Australia’s wild west: a step-by-step guide
Remote and uncompromising in terrain, this road trip is not for everyone. The pay-off? The landscapes and marine life. Vina, born and bred in Western Australia, takes you on a journey through her own backyard: the Perth to Exmouth route.View this travel guide
Shining a spotlight on South Australia's wildlife and landscapes
Vacations to South Australia can include scenic drives and hikes as well as close-up wildlife viewing, explain Audley specialists Tom and Matt. They highlight the best places to go in the region — Kangaroo Island and Flinders Ranges — and why.View this travel guide
The Top End: 3 essential experiences in Australia’s Northern Territory
Explore gorges and canyons that reveal hidden Aboriginal rock art, take a lesson on mustering cattle, journey along a dusty four-wheel-drive track and escape to a coastal retreat on a tailor-made vacation with us in the Kimberley.View this travel guide
Australia City Guide
From loud, vivacious and cosmopolitan Sydney to laid back and unhurried Hobart, Australia’s forward-thinking cities are blessed with sun and are a springboard to Australia's countryside and coast. We've selected some of our favorite things to see and do in Australia's cities.View this travel guide
Stay in an Australian Outback homestead
Stay on a cattle station or homestead and experience life in the Outback for a few days as part of a tailor-made trip to Australia. We'll arrange for you to stay in a station, or farm, in comfort and beautiful surroundings while you sample life as a jackaroo, or farm hand.View this travel guide
What to do in Tasmania: our highlights guide
Encounter rare wildlife (including those infamous ‘devils’), walk wilderness tracks, and explore a thriving food scene: Tasmania is finally stepping into the spotlight. Audley specialist Janin shares her recommendations for how best to experience Australia’s oft-overlooked island state.View this travel guide
Food and wine experiences in New South Wales
From tasting wine in the vine-woven Hunter Valley to fishing the subtropical waters of Lord Howe Island, New South Wales provides a banquet of experiences that help you explore its blossoming food and wine scenes. Our specialists choose some of the best options.View this travel guide
Classic railway journeys in Australia: The Ghan vs the Indian Pacific
Australia by train? Yes: the country hosts two of the world’s greatest routes, The Ghan and the Indian Pacific. But, what are the differences between them? Our specialists explain. Either way, expect Outback scenery and great on-board dining and hospitality.View this travel guide
Drive the Great Ocean Road, enjoy the cities of Sydney and Melbourne, and take in the spectacular views of the Blue Mountains in this region that covers the State of Victoria, New South Wales and parts of South Australia.View this travel guide