Offering one of the country’s most diverse landscapes, Western Australia truly features something for everyone. Marvel at its many wonders, from the soaring canyons of the Kimberley to the beauty of the Coral Coast, and of course, indulge in the many gourmet treats on offer in Margaret River. From the ancient gorges of Karijini National Park and the vast goldfields of Kalgoorlie, to the state capital Perth and the Coral Coast featuring the stunning World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef, the diversity on offer is astounding.
Journey through the ‘Red Centre’, explore the delights of Darwin and discover the timelessness of Kakadu National Park. From thousands of years of culture to majestic monuments to nature, there’s plenty to discover. Famous for the crocodiles that stalk its waterways, as well as its rich array of flora and birdlife, the area is a must-visit for nature lovers.
A delight to your senses, South Australia is renowned for its culture and gourmet cuisine. Its natural wonders are revealed as you explore the rugged expanse of Wilpena Pound and the untamed majesty of Kangaroo Island. Featuring some of the most dramatic scenery Australia has to offer, the majestic landscape of the Flinders Ranges has to be seen to be believed.
Tasmania and Norfolk Island
Tasmania is a revelation. With its pristine wilderness, complex convict history and outstanding local produce, Tasmania is an island not to be missed. We’ll share stories about its intriguing history, introduce you to the local wildlife and lead your tastebuds on a delicious journey. Cradle Mountain will delight outdoor enthusiasts, while on Tasmania’s east coast, Freycinet National Park, with its secluded bays, is a place of wild beauty. Norfolk Island may be small in size, merely a dot in the vast South Pacific Ocean, but it features a large and colourful history.The history and heritage that abounds from that time is still evident, with the capital, Kingston, home to an array of museums housing significant artefacts and archaeological finds.