Twelve Apostles

Explore the great southern land

This vast island continent is the world’s sixth largest country by total area, but don’t let its size put you off, as it’s also one of the most diverse and multicultural destinations you can hope to visit. There are vibrant cities filled with art, culture and gourmet dining and small, quaint country towns where life ticks over at a more traditional pace. There are beaches galore, rainforests, bushland, desert, mountains and more. Plus discover the secrets of the Aboriginal people and their culture, estimated to be roughly 40,000 years old. And of course, you can't forget Australia's unique wildlife with the kangaroos, koalas, wombat, possums and more. So head down under and tick some of the world's most incredible, natural landscapes off your bucket list, including of course the Great Barrier Reef and Uluru (Ayer's Rock). When you’re looking for holidays in Australia, there's a whole world waiting to be explored. Here are some top recommendations to get you started.

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Art and culture

Although a relatively young country by modern standards, Australia's fascinating Aboriginal culture stretches back more than 40,000 years. Combine this with youthful energy of today's culture and you won't be short of exciting exhibitions, shows and things to see. 

Sydney Sydney


Sydney, NSW

It's always bright in Sydney, especially during winter when the city comes alive with festivals, fine-dining events and seasonal shows for everyone.

Read the Sydney destination guide

Buenos Aires (Pistarini) to Sydney return
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Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park

Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park

Melbourne Melbourne skyline at night


Family holidays

With exciting beaches, fun for all ages and a range of hotels and accommodation to suit all budgets and flavours, we've found some of the best places around our network for your next family holiday in Australia. 

Cairns and Port Douglas Cairns and Port Douglas

Cairns and Port Douglas

Cairns and Port Douglas, QLD

The minute you land you know you have arrived in Cairns as you are greeted with the tropical warm air and lush green mountains that surround it.

Read the Cairns and Port Douglas destination guide
Brisbane Brisbane


Rockhampton and Great Keppel Island Rockhampton and Great Keppel Island

Rockhampton and Great Keppel Island

Romantic and luxury getaways

We can take you and the one you love to a range of intimate destinations around the country where you can relax and enjoy quality time together. Escape the toils of everyday life, put your feet up and spend quality time with the people that matter. 

Hamilton and Hayman Island Hamilton and Hayman Island

Hamilton and Hayman Island

Hamilton and Hayman Island, QLD

Had 'one of those days'? Escape to this tropical island and let your worries slip away. Plus with gorgeous views from every angle, put your weekend on a postcard.

Read the Hamilton and Hayman Island destination guide
Broome Broome


Mackay Mackay


Activity and adventure holidays

Theme parks, skiing, surfing, hiking, sailing, diving and more - Australia has something for everyone. Whether you're with friends, spending time with the local wildlife or ticking things off your bucket list, you could never come to Australia and say you were bored. 

Gold Coast Gold Coast

Gold Coast

Gold Coast, QLD

245 sunny days a year on average, a 57 kilometre strip of gorgeous beaches and a balmy subtropical climate – at least three reasons to visit the Gold Coast.

Read the Gold Coast destination guide
Exmouth and Ningaloo Reef Exmouth and Ningaloo Reef

Exmouth and Ningaloo Reef

Perth Perth


Outback and country escapes

The Australian Outback is one of the most unique landscapes on the planet and a stunning contrast from the lush coastal regions, with it's wide open plains, deep red soil and arid environment. Try these towns as your starting point. 

Alice Springs and Red Centre Alice Springs and Red Centre

Alice Springs and Red Centre

Alice Springs and Red Centre, NT

Alice Springs is far more than the gateway to the Red Centre – it’s a thriving, spirited outback centre famous for the personality of its locals and natural wonders.

Read the Alice Springs and Red Centre destination guide
Darwin Darwin


Tamworth Sunrise near Tamworth


Food and drink

With a flourishing foodie scene, Australia is home to some of the freshest flavours. Enjoy delicious seafood from our coastal waters and wines, cheeses and meats from further inland, plus world-class restaurants in our cities. Here are some options to get you started. 

Hobart Hobart


Hobart, TAS

Nestled at the entrance of the Derwent River and the foothills of Mount Wellington, Hobart is Australia's second oldest capital combining heritage charm with a modern lifestyle.

Read the Hobart destination guide
Adelaide Adelaide


Canberra Canberra


Beach holidays

With a mainland coastline stretching over 35,000kms, and an additional 23,800km of island coastlines, it's no wonder Australia has some of the most famous, and remote, beaches in the world. Explore the Qantas network and find your beach paradise. 

Sunshine Coast Sunshine Coast

Sunshine Coast

Sunshine Coast, Queensland

It’s called the Sunshine Coast for good reason with an average of seven hours sun per day. So whether beaching or eating, the living is easygoing and mostly outdoors.

Read the Sunshine Coast destination guide
Port Macquarie

Port Macquarie

Coffs Harbour Coffs Harbour

Coffs Harbour

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