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Destination Australia

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Australia's unique wildlife, the welcoming warmth of its people, famous turquoise waters, and the red sands of the outback with gorgeous sunsets over Uluru make this destination a huge draw for travellers. Planning a journey to Australia and looking for more inspiration? We've compiled all sorts of useful links to explore our upcoming trip, sources of inspirational information and helpful resources from our blogging archives to get you started. Click away and learn about Australia, but do check back again as we will update and refresh this page with new inspirational material. 

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Australia wildlife

Upcoming Adventure

 

HAL Oosterdam

Roundabout Downunder, November 15, 2021

Join David and Roslyn Craig as they escape the cold winds of winter with a warm water cruise around the "Lands Downunder".  Journey to the South Pacific to explore the very best of Australia, plus visits to Komodo Island, Indonesia and Dili, East Timor...  READ MORE

Ayers Rock, Australia

Australia and New Zealand, February 9, 2022

Join us as we journey to the “Lands Downunder”, combining visits to two vastly different but enchanting lands. This has been our most popular tour for the past three decades.  READ MORE

Australia culture

Learn More


 

Australia sunset

Visit Australia's Red Centre

"In the heart of the Northern Territory you'll find more than 50,000 solar-powered stems crowned with glass spheres lighting up the night's sky.  The magical sight begins to glow at sunset and continues throughout the night..." READ MORE

Australia bird

Unforgettable Holiday to Australia

"Australia is home to more than one million species of plants and animals, many of which are found nowhere else in the world.  Among the most well-known of these are the wombat, kangaroo, kookaburra, platypus and koala..." READ MORE

Sydney Opera

Australia's Most Iconic Cities

“Australia is an expansive country with plenty of iconic destinations to visit.  Optimise your time in Australia with information on how to easily reach the unforgettable landmarks and attractions..."  READ MORE

Great Barrier Reef Coastline

Australia's Incredible Coastline

“There are so many unique ways to experience the reef, and it's a bucket-list item that every traveller should tick off.  Yet while the Great Barrier Reef often takes centre stage..." READ MORE

Sea life

Get Inspired

 

Australia kangaroo

Top 5 Cutest Animals

Quokkas have been dubbed the happiest animals on earth, and it's not hard to see why.  These smiley creatures are native to Rottnest Island in Western Australia and love the social life that..." WATCH VIDEO

Sea coral

How to See The Great Barrier Reef in 4 Ways

Queensland, the world-famous natural wonder that carries some sizeable tags - largest reef system, and largest living organism on the planet - so it's no surprise that the list of Great Barrier Reef experiences is, well, sizeable..." WATCH VIDEO

Sydney Opera, famous attraction

From Our Archives


 

Sydney harbour

Sydney...Australia's Shining Star

“Our New Zealand / Australia adventure was coming to a close... last stop, Sydney.  Nestled around its magnificient harbour, Sydney is a lively, multifaceted city, the pride of its citizens and the gateway to Australia. As Australia's largest city, it was mind-boggling…" READ MORE

 

Sunset

President's Pick by Robert - Australia and New Zealand

“My first trip to Australia was as a young child, travelling with my parents to visit Mom's family.  Even as a young kid, after hearing many stories of waltzing kangaroos, sleepy koalas and walkabouts in the outback..." READ MORE

Be sure to check this page often, as we're always looking for new and exciting resources to help inspire your future travels. Interested in adding Australia to your wish list? Contact us today for more information.

Research and writing by Monita Lee, graphics by Yvonne Lyn.

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