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  • Destination Guide – Australia

    There’s so much to see and explore in our beautiful country, from our vibrant cities and endless coastline to our rugged outback.

    Revisit your favourite spot or travel to somewhere in Australia you’ve always wanted to visit. Drive the Great Ocean Road, meet the quokkas on Rottnest Island, ski the slopes of Perisher, visit Kakadu’s Twin Falls or sample the wines in the Barossa Valley. Take your family, take your friends or just take your walking boots. You can be as active or as relaxed as you like. Holiday here this year and enjoy a great Australian experience. One thing’s for sure, you won’t be short on choice.

    Scroll down to see why we love to call Australia home and browse our destination guides on each state to fill your bucket list with things to do plus restaurants and cafes to visit.

    Take a peek at Australia's wildlife, walks and wineries

    Experience Australia's unique wildlife within its natural habitat.

    From epic treks to short hikes through World Heritage-listed national parks.

    Go beyond the cellar door where tasting great wine is only part of the experience.

    Take a peek at Australia's wildlife, walks and wineries

    Australia wildlife journeys

    Experience Australia's unique wildlife within its natural habitat.

    Great walks of Australia

    From epic treks to short hikes through World Heritage-listed national parks.

    Ultimate Winery Experiences Australia

    Go beyond the cellar door where tasting great wine is only part of the experience.

    Your guide to Australia starts here

    Sydney Harbour at sunset

    New South Wales

    “Whether weekend getaways, family holidays or adventure holidays, you’ll find plenty of points of interest and amazing attractions in New South Wales.” – Destination NSW

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    Uluru, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia

    Northern Territory

    The Northern Territory is the heart of the Australian outback. Explore World Heritage-listed National Parks, connect with the world's oldest living culture and more.

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    Queensland

    “Here, you’ll find experiences like nowhere else on the planet. Join us for warm ocean swims in winter, hiking trails in the middle of cities, world-class performances on stage, and stories from earth’s oldest living cultures.” – Queensland Tourism

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    Windmill at Flinders Rangers National Park South Australia

    South Australia

    “Taste your way through world-famous wine regions only minutes away from Adelaide, soak up the sun at pristine, picture-perfect beaches, swim with sea lions and dolphins, cage dive with great white sharks and get up close with wild koalas and kangaroos in every region of South Australia.” – South Australia Tourism

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    Cable Beach Broom Western Australia

    Western Australia

    “Travelling around the five regions of Western Australia takes you to five very different worlds." - Tourism Western Australia

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    Cradle Mountain Tasmania

    Tasmania

    “Tasmania is a place of wild and beautiful landscapes, friendly people with a relaxed island lifestyle, wonderful food and wine, and a haunting history evoked by world-famous convict ruins.” – Tourism Tasmania

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    Phillip Island Australia

    Victoria

    “A wealth of diverse regions and attractions are packed into this compact area, with sweeping coastlines, pristine beaches and national parks and forests teeming with wildlife." - Visit Victoria

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    Australian Capital Territory

    "When you take a trip to Canberra, prepare for one good thing after another. What things you may ask? Discover stylish restaurants, hip bars, boutique shopping and fun kid's activities." - Visit Canberra

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