Australia’s coastline measures in at more than 22,000 miles and that’s before you take into consideration the 14,000-plus miles that circumnavigate its islands.
Sydney & Surrounds
Boasting a spectacular harbourside setting, fabulous beaches, superb restaurants and a laid-back outdoor lifestyle, Sydney's spell is instantly captivating! It is well worth spending at least a few days to explore all that this beautiful city has to offer.
Lying off Australia's coastline, several idyllic islands are home to some truly wonderful retreats. Whether it be luxurious Lizard or Bedarra Islands which are both accessible by light aircraft flight from Cairns, the National Park that is Orpheus Island (accessible by helicopter from Townsville or Cairns)
North Queensland is home to endless palm-lined, golden beaches, the World Heritage-listed Daintree National Park and, of course, the breathtaking Great Barrier Reef.
Perth & Margaret River
Nestled on the Swan River, Perth is Western Australia's capital city. Just a short ferry ride (and easy day trip) away, Rottnest Island is known for its white sand beaches, its crystal clear turquoise waters.
Northern Territory & Outback
Located in the heart of Australia, the huge rock formations of Uluru are remarkable geological features and further north in the lush and tropical 'Top End' Kakadu is the largest National Park in Australia and the first to be included on the World Heritage List.
Adelaide, Kangaroo Island & Southern Outback
From the gateway city of Adelaide, discover the wildlife and unspoiled wilderness of Kangaroo Island, swim with wild bottlenose dolphins and sea lions in Baird Bay and intoxicate your senses in the historic wine regions of the Barossa and Clare Valleys. The Flinders Ranges, located in the outback, north of Adelaide, is the quintessential Australia where you'll meet some of the world's most interesting, warm and friendly characters who all share a great respect and knowledge for their land.
Byron Bay & Surrounds
Located in northern New South Wales, the chic seaside town of Byron Bay is known for its incredible beaches, hot surf breaks, lush hinterland, wonderful climate, laid-back lifestyle and abundance of hip cafés, restaurants and surf shops.
Broome, The Kimberley & Coral Coast
From Broome's magnificent Cable Beach and the dramatic Kimberley coastline to the wild and rugged El Questro and the unique formations of the Bungle Bungles, Western Australia's Kimberley region is truly magical. Located off the west coast of Australia, 1200km north of Perth, the Ningaloo Reef is Australia's largest fringing coral reef. This World Heritage listed reef is famous for its yearly visit by the slow-moving filter-feeding whale sharks (between April and July) – Turquoise highly recommend swimming with these beautiful and gentle creatures!
A landscape which is spellbinding and refreshing - where beautiful unspoilt beaches, ancient rainforest, and stunning wilderness are living proof that Australia’s spectacular island state has been truly blessed by nature. This is Tasmania - which boasts the cleanest air in the world and the most colourful and friendly characters you could ever wish to meet.
Melbourne & Victoria
Food and wine, arts and culture, Melbourne is a celebration of style and sophistication. Beyond the city, Daylesford is Victoria's spa country (and the perfect place to relax and recover from jet-lag at the beginning of an Australian holiday) whilst the Mornington Peninsula is known for its beaches, wineries and quaint villages, Phillip Island for its wildlife and the Great Ocean Road for its rugged, windswept and awe-inspiring coastline.
Southern & Central Queensland
Southern Queensland's gateway city is Brisbane - with the Gold Coast to the south and the less developed Sunshine Coast to the north. A 1.5 hour drive south-west of Brisbane, sitting in perfect seclusion surrounded by World Heritage-listed Main Range National Park...
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