Australia’s climate makes it a fabulous holiday destination all year round. The Northern part of the country is the warmest and the Southern States tend to be cooler.
One of Australia’s most beautiful and diverse states. Home to the cosmopolitan capital city of Sydney, with its great shopping, gourmet restaurants and internationally renowned icons – The Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge.
Queensland is Australia’s Sunshine State. This fast growing state is home to approximately 3.6 million people and features one of Australia’s major icons, The Great Barrier Reef.
The North Island of New Zealand is often the first stop for visitors with many flights arriving into Auckland daily. Auckland is a vibrant and diverse city. Experience the urban environment of the city and then half an hour later enjoy the beautiful beaches, mountain trails and holiday islands in the surrounding areas.
The Northern Territory is Australia’s true outback destination. In the Top End experience the Northern Territory’s tropical atmosphere. Feed hundreds of fish by hand at Darwin’s Aquascene or come face to face to gigantic salt water crocodiles at the Territory Wildlife Park. Visit World Heritage listed Kakadu National Park with its amazing waterfalls and culturally significant indigenous rock art.
The South Island of New Zealand is renowned for its natural beauty. This is evident in the multi award winning Lord of the Rings movie which was filmed in New Zealand. Christchurch is the South Islands largest city and is often referred to as the gateway to the South Island.
South Australia is Australia’s Festival State, hosting more than fivehundred festivals a year, and is also known for its internationally acclaimed wines. The capital city of Adelaide is also known as the gateway to the Outback.
Victoria is Australia’s southernmost mainland state and is often referred to as the Garden State. The capital city of Melbourne lies around the shores of Port Phillip Bay and is home to more than 3.5 million people.
Western Australia is Australia’s largest state covering two million square kilometres. The landscapes of Western Australia are very diverse from ancient Karri forests in the South West to the orange and black striped Bungle Bungle Ranges of the Purnululu National Park in the North East.
Tasmania is Australia’s Island State. Separated by the 240 km stretch of the Bass Strait, Tasmania offers everything from convict ruins to romantic mountain retreats and some of the best food and wine Australia has to offer. The capital city of Hobart has a diverse blend of heritage, lifestyle, scenery and vibrant culture.