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Adelaide is bursting with exceptional experiences and has something for everyone. Discover world-famous wine regions with flourishing vineyards and picturesque towns, or take a day trip to Kangaroo Island to meet the wildlife. You can indulge in Adelaide's vibrant culinary scene or make the most of the city’s many festivals and events.
In the very heart of the Australian desert, Alice Springs is the place to embark on your outback adventure. The town itself is thriving with character and packed with culture, history, art and adventure. Alice Springs is your hub to explore the broader Red Centre region, from mountain biking, bushwalking and swimming to discovering the iconic Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and Kings Canyon. Find out the top things to do in the Red Centre.
Brisbane is home to an inspiring selection of places to explore. The city offers everything from natural parklands to some of the country's best art galleries. Spend your days shopping and discovering the vibrant cafe scene before spending a night out on the town or relaxing in your boutique hotel. You can also venture to the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast, both less than a 90 minute drive away.
Cairns is the heart of Queensland’s tropical north. This laid-back town is full of things to do - take a stroll down Cairns Esplanade and take a dip in the lagoon, check out the night markets or venture to the town's on-trend bars and eateries. To discover the region's beauty, make Cairns your base to explore the Great Barrier Reef or head north to check out the Daintree Rainforest or Port Douglas. If you’re an adventure seeker, try white water rafting or spend the day on a heli reef tour.
Canberra is the perfect getaway destination for the whole family. Think world class art, food and wine, mountain bike trails, thriving foodie hotspots and tons of kids activities. Enjoy all the city luxuries amongst peaceful surrounds of Canberra’s lakes and bushland. Also keep an eye out for Canberra’s famous Floriade festival, when the town blooms with flowers to welcome spring.
Bali is your ultimate island getaway, attracting travellers from all corners of the world to its natural beauty and rich culture. Visit Bali for its coastline of stunning beaches, surf breaks, delicious food and beautiful templates. Go from exploring the coast to inland pockets of mountains and rainforests, or even head across the water to one of Bali’s neighbouring islands like Lombok or Nusa Lembongan.
Enjoy your own little slice of paradise in Timor-Leste, just a 75 minute flight from Darwin. Timor-Leste is one of the most undiscovered pockets of South East Asia, so you can soak up the serenity without the crowds. Make the most of world-class diving and snorkelling, whale watching, hiking and historical experiences.
Elcho Island is located in northeast Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory. Surrounded by rich red cliffs and turquoise coastline, Elcho Island is the largest Aboriginal community in the region. Learn about the rich history of the land, and don’t forget to stop by Elcho Island Arts to see art making from local Yolgnu artists, including bark paintings, pandanus baskets and jewellery. Discover the unique beauty and top things to do in Arnhem Land.
Gold Coast is a traveler's dream, combining pristine beaches, lush rainforests, and vibrant city life. Its golden sandy shores, including Surfers Paradise and Burleigh Heads, beckon sun-seekers and surf enthusiasts. The region's hinterlands house enchanting rainforests, with Lamington National Park and the O'Reilly's Tree Top Walk offering scenic adventures. Family-friendly theme parks, such as Dreamworld and Sea World, add to the appeal. The Gold Coast is also a food and nightlife hub, with trendy restaurants and lively bars in Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach. This destination offers diverse experiences, catering to adrenaline seekers, nature lovers, and those seeking relaxation.
Gove (Nhulunbuy) is your base to explore the incredible region of Arnhem Land. This coastal town is the largest in the region, dotted with gorgeous beaches, world-class fishing, culture and wildlife. Break away from the hustle and bustle of city life and experience a truly unspoilt corner of the world. Experience the culture and top things to do in Arnhem Land.
Expect unparalleled natural beauty when you visit Groote Eylandt. Off the coast of Arnhem Land, Groote Eylandt is Australia’s fourth largest island, but also one of the most remote and this means the landscape is largely untouched. Settle in for a mix of relaxation and adventure, from poolside hands at the Groote Eylandt Lodge to world-renowned fishing. Explore this magnificent place and find what are the top things to do in Arnhem Land.
Katherine is where you can get your fix of tropics and outback all in one place. Just a 30 minute flight south of Darwin, this destination is equally as spectacular in the wet season as it is in the dry. Bushwalking, mountain biking and swimming are just some of the ways you can explore the surrounding Nitmiluk National Park, not to mention helicopter tours and boat cruises. You can also learn about the history and culture of the Jawoyn people through tours, museums and galleries. Go for tropical outback adventure and top things to do in Katherine and surrounds.
Visit Kununurra to experience the very best of the Kimberley region in Western Australia. This outback gem sits on the bank of the Ord River and is the perfect base for off the beaten track adventures. Journey from gorges and beaches to canyons and cattle stations, and truly soak up the spectacular diversity of this region. Immerse yourself in nature and discover the top things to do in the Kimberley.
This culture capital is packed with an eclectic mix of art, food, fashion, music, film, events and history - just to name a few. From rooftop bars to laneway dining experiences and trendy neighbourhood cafes, this city is a melting pot of cultures and influences that will never leave you twiddling your thumbs.
Perth is the best of both worlds, where white sand beaches and wildlife meet an urban oasis of trendy bars, unique dining experiences and exciting events. Explore Perth’s neighbouring wine regions or take a trip to Rottnest Island or the Margaret River surf coast. This sunny holiday destination is perfect for all types of holiday makers.
While Singapore has one of the world’s best airports, it’s a city well worth taking the time to explore. Indulge in world-class flavours and eats, shop till you drop and check out attractions like Universal Studios and Gardens by the Bay. The city brings together cultures from all over the world, so you can explore vibrant Little India, historical Chinatown or Singapore’s famous markets and hawker centres. There’s experiences to suit every type of traveller in this modern and ever-evolving city.
Sunshine Coast offers a tranquil coastal retreat. Nestled in Queensland, this destination is celebrated for its pristine beaches, including Noosa, Mooloolaba, and Caloundra, where sun and surf enthusiasts will find their haven. For nature lovers, the Noosa National Park and Glass House Mountains hinterland provide scenic beauty with hiking trails, waterfalls, and panoramic vistas. The region's laid-back charm is exemplified in quaint villages like Maleny and Montville, where boutique shops and local cuisine await. The Sunshine Coast is the perfect escape for those seeking relaxation, coastal culture, and a connection to nature's wonders.
Sydney is a vibrant destination with new experiences around every corner. Visit icons like the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Taronga Zoo and Bondi Beach, or discover the ever evolving calendar of festivals and events. Wine and dine, explore historic streets and museums or spend days lazing in the sun at one of Sydney’s many gorgeous beaches.
This little Territory town will give you a genuine sense of what life is like in the Australian outback. Tennant Creek has a rich history shaped by Aboriginal culture, gold mining and cattle droving. Enjoy spending a few days learning about this quirky town nestled amongst the stunning surrounds of the Barkly region.
Ideal for families, couples and friends to explore tropical islands, wetlands, the Great Barrier Reef, wet tropics, rainforests and a glorious beachfront in warm tropical weather. No matter what your holiday style, Townsville offers you a diverse range of historical, military, outback, island, active and tranquil experiences.