Australia offers a world of adventures. From world renowned beaches to the elemental outback, lush rainforests and truly amazing wildlife, to the vineyards, restaurants and the buzzing cities. Meet the locals and discover free-spirited Australia.
Sunny Sydney is the shining star of the southern hemisphere. The white-sailed Sydney Opera House, caught mid-billow over the waters of Sydney Cove, and the Sydney Harbour Bridge are the pride and joy.
Australia's most famous natural wonder, the Great Barrier Reef, will stun you with its magnificence. It's as big as the total combined area of the United Kingdom and Ireland, and contains more than 1,000 islands, from sandy cays to rainforest isles.
Melbourne, Australia's cultural capital, is known for the good things in life. The capital of Victoria and Australia's second-largest metropolis is a city of style, of Victorian architecture, trams, fashion, food, theatres, art galleries, and leafy gardens.
Tasmania's clean, green image applies to its wonderful food and wine. From the freshest seafood to locally-grown produce, the island is a culinary paradise.
From Australia's tropical Top End to the starkly beautiful monolith of Uluru (Ayers Rock) at its red centre, almost every geographical feature is significant to local Aboriginal people. They can give you rich insights into their culture and traditions.
South Australia's capital Adelaide is a small elegant city of wide streets and gracious colonial architecture surrounded by beautifully laid out parklands for cycling, walking, sports and picnicing.
The Western Australian coastline is one of the best places in the world to watch whales and dolphins.
The Australian capital, Canberra, is a relaxed modern city famous for its national monuments, museums and art galleries, as well as parklands and open spaces. A pleasant place to walk and cycle around, Canberra also offers fabulous restaurants and nearby wineries.