Australia is a land of golden beaches, lively cities, vast outback, enormous blue skies, friendly people and unusual wildlife. It is a land of sunshine, charisma, culture and all with a relaxed pace of life. With a population close to 20 million and a continent the size of continental USA. We invite you to come and join the locals and discover a different culture in this lucky country.
Australia is home to many of the most beautiful cruising destinations in the world — including Sydney Harbour, The Whitsundays, The Great Barrier Reef, The Kimberly and the mighty Murray River of Southeast Australia.
While in our homeland you’ll certainly want to visit our famous koalas, kangaroos or any of the other many native animals that call Australia home. Unique from animals in other parts of the world, Australia’s wildlife must be found in the wild. That is, you must go where the wildlife makes their home. Why go to a zoo when you can get off the beaten path with our hand-picked specialist guides to encounter these magnificent creatures up close and personal.
With spectacular arid zone mountain terrain, picturesque gorges, water holes and wildlife unique to the area, the Australian Outback includes a host of must-see destinations — including Arkaroola (South Australia), Broken Hills (New South Wales), The Kimberly (Western Australia), Uluru (Northern Territory), Undara (Queensland) and Wilpena Pound (South Australia).
Australia is home to several iconic National Parks including those in Victoria, Northern Territory, Queensland, Tasmania, Western Australia and New South Wales.
The Australian coastline is approximately the same length as the circumference of planet Earth. Along this vast coastline you will find endless idyllic beaches — including Bondi Beach, Cable Beach, Whitehaven Beach, Glenelg Beach, Bells Beach and Manly Beach.
Enjoy the rugged cliffs, roaring surf, pristine beaches and vivid blue ocean waters of Australian islands — including Orpheus Island, Kangaroo Island, Lizard Island, Lord Howe Island and Maria Island.
Australia’s Capital Cities
Enjoy the rolling hills, pristine beaches, lively nightlife, galleries, cafes, pubs, bookshops, fashion houses and antique stores in Australia’s capital cities of Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney.
As an expansive and topographically diverse continent, Australia has a variety of golfing resorts that offer first class golf, dining, accommodation, experiences and recreational activities that make for a complete golfing break. International visitors are made especially welcome.