A rocky road guides you through Kakadu National Park, taking you through tropical forest and past crystal clear creeks. The road is such that even 4WD transportation has to drive carefully, which gives you the opportunity to truly appreciate the beauty of nature surrounding you.
Your first sight of Hobart, the island waterfront state capital of Tasmania will take your breath away. The port city (southern most capital of Australia) is blessed with the an abundance of natural wonders - Mount Wellington, the River Derwent and easy access to a number of popular beaches.
The inspiration for some cartoons can never be known, but the Tasmanian Devil... we've got that covered on the only island home to the carnivorous marsupial. Come see the animal that inspired Robert McKimson to create Taz, with his unending appetite for meat and his short-tempered flair.
Australia is known as a global destination for its natural beauty, lush landscapes, glimmering beaches, and adventure filled activities that will leave any visitor renewed and enriched. While there are endless options of exploration and travel that the continent offers, the East Coast of Australia presents itself as a true gem, where opportunities for one to delve in nature, culture, history, and exciting quests are abundant.
The historical and geographical sites of the Red Centre tour of Central Australia is one of the most iconic, breath-taking experiences one could ever enjoy. Red soil, Aboriginal culture, and remote natural beauty will surround you, and challenge you to absorb the essence of the Australian outback. You can join other fun-loving voyagers on this fascinating journey in the 3 DAY COCKATOO DREAMING RED CENTRE SAFARI! Continue reading to learn more about five fantastic components of this safari that make it truly remarkable.
There is a reason Australia is also known as the outback. Thousands of square kilometres, from tropical rain forests and white beaches to barren deserts and imposing mountain ranges comprise this beautiful continent, just waiting to be explored.
A rocky road guides you through Kakadu National Park, taking you through tropical forest and past crystal clear creeks. The road is such that even 4WD transportation has to drive carefully, which adds to the adventure...
Australia is known as a global destination for its natural beauty, lush landscapes, glimmering beaches, and adventure filled activities that will leave any visitor renewed and enriched. While there are endless options of exploration and travel that the continent offers, the East Coast of Australia presents itself as a true gem, where opportunities for one to delve in nature, culture, history, and exciting quests are abundant...
Cairns is the gateway to both the Great Barrier Reef and the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. Located in Tropical North Queensland, it's one of Australia’s most popular tourist destinations, particularly among international visitors.
So you've decided to visit Australia's Top End? Great choice! Its plethora of flora and fauna make it the perfect destination for explorers, with lush vegetation and beautiful waterfalls more than compensating for its remote location.
Just 300 miles north of Sydney lies one of the most breathtaking regions of Australia. Nestled between ocean on the one side and mountains on the other, Coffs Coast offers a stunning landscape that invites adventurers and nature lovers alike for a trip to the area.
Surfing is a world unto itself, so what better place for learning to surf than the secret, Spot X, located in Australia’s National Marine Park. These coastal waters north of Coffs Harbor and south of Byron Bay are filled with natural wonders. As you pick up your surfboard for the first time and paddle through the sparkling blue water, white spray off the crest of a wave hits you in the face and you feel the exhilaration of the surfing lifestyle.
If you find yourself on Australia’s northeast shore, do yourself a favor and take a trip to Whitsunday Island. The island offers perfect accommodations whether you’re looking for a day trip or to stay overnight. Waiting for you will be some of the most breathtaking beaches you’ll ever find.
Tasmania is a large island just off the southeast coast of the Australian Continent and is part of the Commonwealth of Australia. It is an exotic land, filled with its own unique flora and fauna.While Tasmania has been inhabited for tens of thousands of years, the first Europeans visited the island in the late 18th Century.
Uluru (Ayers Rock) emerges steeply from the desert sand and smoothes off toward the peak in what seems a rather unlikely shape for such a large rock. It is an absolutely breathtaking sight even for the most seasoned of travellers, taking on a stunning array of red and brown shades from dawn to dusk and sun to shade. It even transforms from the more familiar shades of red to grey during infrequent rain, with a myriad of small waterfalls cascading down its banded sides.
For anyone who has visited an American dude ranch, the experience offered by Kroombit Cattle Station a family run enterprise 35 kilometers from Biloela in Central Queensland in Australia would seem to be very familiar, and yet, because it is half a world away, very different.
Freycinet National Park is one of Tasmania's national treasures. Tucked on the east coast of the continent, the majestic landscape of the park spans a variety of natural treasures - from ragged, pink granite formations to the breathtaking coastal stretches of Wineglass Bay (which is considered by many to be one of the top ten beaches in the world!) and the myriad of unique animal life that is native to the area.
One of the great features of visiting Australia is the opportunity it presents for surfing, with waves coming in from the Pacific Ocean to the east, the Indian Ocean from the west, and the Southern Ocean to the south.