If you want to get lost in nature, the spectacular landscapes of Australia reign supreme.
A vast country of vivid contrasts, Australia is blessed with gorgeous natural assets and a bright-eyed and bushy-tailed vibe. It has world-class dive sites, fun and funky cities, fascinating Aboriginal cultural sites, endless copper-coloured deserts and dense pockets of tropical jungle.
Australia is comprised of six main states that include New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia. We also do tours to the Northern Territories.
New South Wales is a vast region with a diverse landscape, and its capital city Sydney is probably the most well-known in Australia. There is a little something for everyone in New South Wales, making it a gerat destination for families, honeymooners, or groups of friends.
Queensland is the second largest and third most populated state in Australia, situated in the northeast of the country. To the east, Queesland is bordered by the stunning Great Barrier Reef and the Whitsunday Islands – a collection of 74 beautiful tropical islands that are great destinations for a boating holiday.
Victoria is Australia’s second-smallest state, and capital city Melbourne is lauded for its sense of style and elegance, a diverse and lively restaurant and bar scene as well as its scenic location straddling the Yarra River and around the shores of Port Phillip Bay.
South Australia is for those adventerous visitiors who want to get into the outback. It has a very long Aboriginal history, and is home to many ancient fossil sites.
Northern Australia is made up of big, open, dusty, red plains, and the large sandstone formation known as Ayers Rock is the outback’s most famous attraction.
If you’re looking to step into a world of awe-inspiring beauty and discover experiences found nowhere else on earth, you’ve come to the right place in Western Australia. Perth is a relaxed city, with the cosmopolitan port town of Fremantle and a sunny beach culture, and Kimberley has spectacular gorges, pristine beaches and waterfalls aplenty.
And last but not least, almost a fifth of Tasmania is designated and protected World Heritage Area – that’s 1.4 million hectares! Tassie’s wilderness and natural landscapes span a greater range of natural and cultural values than any other region on earth.