A land as huge, broad and varied as your imagination. This fascinating country is still ripe for exploration, and blessed with some of the most iconic scenery on Earth. Hike in the Blue Mountains, drive through the desert to lay eyes on Uluru or marvel at the breathtaking underwater colors of the Great Barrier Reef. The great cities of Sydney and Melbourne are also must-see destinations, and lesser known cities such as Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth are well worth exploring.
You can make your trip to Australia meaningful by helping conserve Australia’s iconic species, such as koalas, wallabies and kangaroos, or lesser known ones such as the tiger quoll.
Ways you can help
- Help conserve Australia’s native species,including the iconic koala, wallabies, and kangaroo
- Dive or snorkel in the spectacular Great Barrier Reef
- Enjoy Sydney’s Harbor Bridge, Opera House and Bondi Beach
- Explore glorious Blue Mountains
- Experience the cuisine, culture and secret attractions of Melbourne
- Drink fabulous reds in the Barossa or Clare Valley
- Be amazed at the wildlife on Kangaroo Island
- Encounter Uluru at sunrise
- Go off the beaten track in Western Australia or Northern Territory
- Superb luxury hotels
The price for a 11 day trip to Australia costs from $17,890 (£14,458, €16,965) per person, staying in 5* luxury accommodation. Flights are excluded, but we can arrange these for you.
Sal Salis - Western Australia
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Capella Lodge - Sydney
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Did you know
- Australia is home to the Great Barrier Reef, the longest coral reef in the world, extending beyond 1,300 miles (2,000 kilometers)
- Australia has the world’s highest proportion of migrant settlers in a developed nation, with over 25% of Australians born in another country
- Australia contains an amazing ecosystem with unique flora and fauna including pristine rainforest, ancient rock formations and beautiful beaches
- In 1954, a man named Bob Hawke entered the Guinness Book of Records for gulping down 2.5 pints of beer in just 11 seconds. In 1983, the same Bob Hawke became prime minister of Australia
- In 1838, it was declared illegal in Australia for people to go swimming in public beaches during the daytime. This no-daytime-beach-swimming law was enforced right up until 1902
- Australia is the driest inhabited continent on earth, the driest is Antarctica. Australia is the biggest island and the smallest continent in the world
- There are about a million wild camels in central parts of Australia. Australia has more than 150 million sheep – about 7.5 times more than its human population
- The area of Australia that is covered by snow in winter is larger than the area of Switzerland
- Australia has many unique animals, including the kangaroo, echidna, cassowary, tiger quoll and wombat – you can help conserve these
"We spent our whole trip in Queensland and NSW, but there is more than enough to do here, what with the Great Barrier Reef, sailing in the Whitsundays, and all that there is to see and do in Sydney and the Blue Mountains. The wildlife conservation was really rewarding - our kids especially loved it."
Andy - traveled to Australia from the UK with his family
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