Australia consists of six states and two territories. Each state and territory represent different cultural backgrounds, historical attractions, and tourism hotspots.
A resort town famed for cable Beach, sunset camel rides and its historic pearling industry.
A resort town known for its access to the planet’s largest fringing reefs; Ningaloo reef, marine turtles and the largest and rarest fish, the whale sharks.
The town with Blue Haven Beach, Cape Le Grand National Park and Recherche Archipelago.
Esperance has breathtaking landscapes from an arid desert, salt lakes such as the Pink lake, wild woodland to dazzling captures of kangaroos sunbathing on Australia’s whitest sands that meet the red earth.
A small western Australian town that is one of the most bio diversified hotspots in the world, known for its nearby wine regions, caves, surfing beaches and whale watching.
Known as the sunniest capital city of Western Australia and home to the Perth Mint, Kings Park, beaches, and the port of Fremantle.
Driving through and around Australia’s golden outback gives you an ultimate Aussie experience. Experience Perth’s coasts and stunning wreck dives in Dunsborough and much more.
Home to South Australia’s spectacular natural wonders.
Discover the aptly name Blue Lake in the heart of Mount Gambier, underground oasis and snorkel or dive in the crystal-clear waters of Kilsby Sinkhole.
A Sanctuary for wildlife lovers with its raw and rugged coastline, clear waters and natural wonders. Experience a laid-back lifestyle, mouth watering food and wine as you step onto the island, it’s impossible not to relax.
This is a city that bursts with culture, flavors, entertainment, and events.
Swap our alarm for the gentle call of birds at dawn and wake up riverside or glistening salt lakes.
Stunning conservation parks, thriving fruit industry and the beautiful Murray make Riverland a great place for a family holiday.
One of Australia’s famous grape-growing regions.
Clare Valley has great exploring and camping sites surrounded by vineyards, flourishing gourmet food culture, Irish originally settled valleys, their culture, and customs still evident in the charming heritage town and historic bluestone buildings.
A fishing village located at the end of the Great Ocean Road that has been frozen in time. Perfect destination for history buffs. Discover charming cottages, historic walking trails, local maritime history and shipwreck heritage walks.
City where Australia’s history comes to life. Pan for gold at the iconic Sovereign Hill, indulge in some retail therapy, explore the great outdoors and wander through Australia’s oldest regional gallery.
Philip island boasts breathtaking natural beauty and plenty for adventure lovers including the famous penguin parade. Popular for car shows, race and the chocolate factory, Philip island is an amazing day trip destination.
A coastal town located on the Great Ocean road with some of Victoria’s breath-taking remote beaches and rugged coastlines such as the 12 Apostles, the Razorback, the London bridge and so much more.
Known as Australia’s culinary capital, it is a city with a galaxy of great clubs, largest casinos, cinemas, and designer stores.
Melbourne’s mix of culture is just a taste away in its myriad restaurants, café, and bars that offer an array of great cuisines from the world.
Is the ideal combination of nature and history.
Perfect for cycling and walking journeys, explore buildings and ruins of Darlington- a ghost town, while also snorkeling and diving in the clear waters that are regularly visited by seals and whales.
Mountain in the central highlands’ region of Tasmania.
An iconic place of exceptional natural beauty known for its world class hiking with towering mountain peaks, dense forest, serene lakes, and thundering waterfalls with amazing wildlife.
This is Tasmania’s capital that offers harborside colonial neighborhoods, museums and Mount Wellington.
Well known for its well-preserved Georgian and Victorian architecture which gives it a distinctly “old World” experience.
Lots to do and see with golden beaches, lush rainforests and abundant wildlife. The city is rich in history, with a vibrant culture and art scene.
Katoomba – Blue Mountains
A vibrant and historic town at the heart of the Blue Mountains, Katoomba offers spectacular walks and lookouts, rich cultural heritage and great restaurants and bars. This scenic getaway is famous for its views of the Three Sisters and Jamison Valley.
Located on the east coast of NSW, Newcastle is surrounded by golden sand beaches, a breathtaking coastline, and a beautiful working harbor. The cafes, restaurant and bars, unique architecture and rich history stretch from the city to the suburbs.
The oldest and the most populated city in Australia.
Known as Australia’s undisputed film and television production hub, there is a lot of rewarding things to do in Sydney apart from its well-known Darling harbor’s Opera House and surfing at Bondi Beach.
Few of the many destinations that offer a variety of activities and adventure like golf, horse riding, ATV tours, luxury boat charters, sky diving, white water rafting and fishing. A popular choice amongst tourists.
Great Barrier Reef
Also a wonder of the world, the Great Barrier Reef offers spectacular marine life, colorful corals and tropical fish that is fantastic for snorkeling and diving.
Home to a wide range of flora and fauna, Cairns offers an ideal tropical getaway with Daintree Rainforest known to have an unbelievable rainforest ecosystem, described as the ‘oxygen factory’ of the world.
Australia’s third largest city packs a massive punch when it comes to places to visit and things to see. Climb Brisbane’s Story Bridge and visit Adderton: the house and heart of mercy. Cruises, culture and a city of excitement. What more could you want?
Known as Australia’s playground, Gold Coast has wonderful weather year-round, a family friendly environment, sun kissed beaches, excellent surfing spots, fantastic shopping, and a vibrant night life.
Palmerston is a young, vibrant regional hub with a fast-growing future. Located 20kms from the Territory’s capital Darwin.
The place to be at the end of the day with its mesmerizing natural wonder. Relax and sample the delights of this vibrant and diverse town with quirky bars, cafes, and restaurants with stunning views while feasting on cuisines from around the world.
Home to Australia’s monolith of Uluru also known as Ayers rock. Not only does it offer a stunning scenery, it also has an array of galleries, museums, sculptures, and sacred sites offering visitors a unique experience of Aboriginal art, culture, and heritage.
Lake Burley Griffin
This is a scenic man-made place for recreation.
Take a cruise, sail boats at sunset or walk on the edge of Lake Burley Griffin and relax your mind with families or friends.
Australia’s capital city located between Sydney and Melbourne, it is a tempting combination of adventure, artistic flare, and urban exploration with world renowned museums meeting captivating history.