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.
Unfortunately no tours matched your search criteria.
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.
Explore Kangaroo Island.
Visit the lesser visited Fleurieu Peninsula.
Enjoy stays in both the Clare and Barossa Valley.
Take a scenic flight over the Flinders Ranges.
Stay in the beautiful Flinders Ranges Outback.
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.
Discover the native wildlife of Kangaroo Island.
Learn the history of South Australia’s world-famous wine regions.
Explore the beautiful Flinders Ranges Outback.
Meet the inquisitive local quokkas of Rottnest Island.
Swim with whale sharks or humpback whales on the Ningaloo Reef.
Discover wine, food and arts in the world-renowned Margaret River region.
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 Litchfield National Park and Mary River Wetlands.
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.
Experience the vibrant Sydney restaurant scene.
Sail around Sydney Harbour on board a private yacht.
Learn to surf on Bondi Beach.
Take a spectacular helicopter flight from Sydney to the Blue Mountains.
Eat freshly caught seafood in Tasmania.
Take a flight into one of the most untouched regions of Tasmania.
Explore the Great Barrier Reef on a private catamaran.
Some of our favorite travel guides
- The Great Barrier Reef: find the right experience for you
- What to do in Tasmania: our highlights guide
- Getting active in Australia: our top 6 experiences
- Australia's top 10 natural highlights
- Aboriginal Australia
- Driving vacations in Australia: beyond the Great Ocean Road
- Wildlife vacations in Tasmania
- Australia City Guide
- A world beyond Sydney: 3 road trips around New South Wales
- Classic railway journeys in Australia: The Ghan vs the Indian Pacific
The Great Barrier Reef: find the right experience for you
The Great Barrier Reef is somewhere we’ve all pictured, but your experience there can vary depending on where you stay. Australia specialist Louise shares her favorite spots to help you find the right option for you.View this travel guide
What to do in Tasmania: our highlights guide
Australia expert Haley explains why Tasmania shouldn’t be overlooked on a trip to Australia. From farm-to-table dining to expansive walking trails along rugged coastlines and getting a glimpse of wild Tasmanian devils and fluffy wombats, this island has much to discover.View this travel guide
Getting active in Australia: our top 6 experiences
Australia’s 60,000-year-old culture and powerful landscapes lend themselves to getting outdoors for active and experience-driven holidays. Read our personal recommendations for sailing, cycling, hiking, snorkeling, and airborne adventures, from Sydney to Perth and the island state of Tasmania.View this travel guide
Australia's top 10 natural highlights
Australia has more than its fair share of the world's natural wonders, and our specialists have picked 10 of the best. They range from rainforests to deserts, mountains to coral reefs, and all nurture their own unique flora and fauna.View this travel guide
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.View this travel guide
Driving vacations in Australia: beyond the Great Ocean Road
The ultimate Australian road trip? A myth — this is a country of many great drives. We talk you through alternative routes to the Great Ocean Road in traditionally quieter areas of Australia: the southwest, South Australia, and the Top End.View this travel guide
Wildlife vacations in Tasmania
Tasmania is one of Australia's best wildlife hot-spots: home to wombats, wallabies and the Tasmanian devil. For such a small island, you can pack a lot into a tailor-made tour, and we can arrange activities that center on you seeing Tasmania's wild side.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
A world beyond Sydney: 3 road trips around New South Wales
Discover a world beyond Sydney. Australia specialist Tom talks you through three standout road trips in New South Wales, all showcasing the best of what this diverse state has to offer — from boutique stays and bushwalks to bioluminescence.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