Holidays to Australia
Thanks to its vast scale, there isn't much that Australia doesn't offer. A country of huge contrasts, it's here you'll find the most beautiful beaches in the world, expansive deserts, bright lights of cities such as Sydney and Melbourne, spectacular mountains and unique wildlife. You can channel your inner Crocodile Dundee in the Northern Territories, hit the surf off the pristine beaches of Gold Coast or Phillip Island, trek through the World Heritage-listed rainforest or lush fern gullies of Victoria’s Otway Ranges, dive among spectacular riches of the Great Barrier Reef, or taste true desert wilderness at Uluru in Australia’s Red Centre.
Australia Trip Ideas
Thanks to its size and diversity, there are an endless number of trips you can do in dazzling Australia. Water sports fanatics will not know where to start, from scuba diving around the biggest organism on this planet to surfing some of the most famous beaches in the world to kayaking through the clearest creeks and rivers surrounded by those beautifully terracotta coloured ranges. An outdoors heaven on earth, there are infinite activities and areas to explore such as hiking in less discovered Tasmania, mountain biking through the Blue Mountains and camping in one of the many national parks. The gourmet travellers will relish going on a wine tour in Australia, whether it’s in posh Margaret River in the West, or the famous Barossa Valley in the South.
Our expert Travel Designers have curated the trip ideas shown below to inspire your next trip to this spectacular land. Whether you're looking for a family adventure discovering the unique wildlife, or having a go at surfing at the famous Bondi Beach, we will create and adapt your bespoke itinerary to Australia until it's perfect for you. Call us now to book: 020 3510 5777
Places to go in Australia
Australia has enough to supply several lifetimes of adventure, much of it completely unique – and we’re not just talking about koalas and kangaroos.
Let’s not forget the fantastic big cities, such as cosmopolitan Sydney with the famous Sydney Opera House, and trendy Melbourne (known as the cultural and sports capital of Down Under). But don’t let Australia’s big guns blind you to the delights of its smaller cities. Each has its own distinct character, shaped by its history and environment – laid-back, tropical Darwin, sun-soaked Perth, hip and quirky Fremantle, up-and-coming Brisbane and historic but cool Hobart. All, in their own way, are dominated by their relationship with the sea – right from their origins as 19th-century colonial ports. Australia is one of the most sparsely populated countries on earth and has continued to welcome immigrants from all over the world, making its cities some of the most multicultural you’ll find anywhere. This also makes for a fabulous culinary scene, in which arguably the world’s finest seafood takes centre stage – accompanied, of course, by Australia’s world-class wines and local brews.
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