Australia’s landscape is a wondrous network of land, sea and exotic living things.
From endless sunbaked horizons and dense tropical rainforests, thousands of years old, to the Great Barrier Reef, so big it can be seen from outer space.
Its cities are filled with galleries and parks, blending a European enthusiasm for art and food with a laid-back Antipodean love of sport and the outdoors.
Explore the baking red centre of the outback, catch a wave at Surfers Paradise, indulge in a wine tour in the lush countryside, or immerse yourself in Aboriginal culture.
With so many must-see natural attractions and world-class cultural events there is always another reason to visit Australia.
The world’s finest beaches
The number of gorgeous beaches you will see whilst visiting this island will astound you. Whether it’s a city beach like Bondi in Sydney, or a secluded island beach like those found on The Whitsundays in Queensland, take a luxury break to some of the worlds most pristine white sand beaches.
Sip sunset cocktails at Uluru
A visit to this huge monolith is an awe-inspiring experience. At sunrise or sunset the colours transform from burnt yellow, to a vibrant orange, to intense red. Dine under the stars, take a camel ride through the desert, or enjoy the view of the World Heritage wilderness from your own private luxury tent.
Snorkel & dive on the colourful reefs
Getting close to (but not touching!) the Great Barrier Reef is a long held dream for many divers. Slightly less well-known but just as impressive, the Ningaloo Reef off the coast of Western Australia is home to a huge variety of marine life and if you time it right you can spend time with the worlds largest fish, the Whale Shark.
Cruise the Great Ocean Road
Drive one of the world’s most scenic coastal touring routes, the Great Ocean Road, spanning 243 kilometres along the stunning coastline of Victoria’s south-west. Take in the panoramic views as the road winds along cliff tops, up to breathtaking headlands, down onto the edge of beaches, across river estuaries and through lush rainforests.
Australian luxury encompasses urban and regional, rustic and refined, and exclusive and bespoke. There is a unique and significant selection of luxury options that appeal to experience-seekers and those searching for traditional opulence. From world renowned luxury brands in the cities and resorts to the Luxury Lodges hidden in stunningly exclusive and secluded locations, treat yourself to exploring this fascinating country in style!
Australia has more than 65 wine regions contain over 2400 wineries. They produce more than 100 grape varieties and some of the world’s most well-respected labels. These wineries are more than just places to taste and purchase wine. They offer a range of experiences beyond the cellar door, including restaurants, major events, behind-the-scenes tours, private tastings and wine appreciation classes, all in some of the country’s most attractive locations.