Australia- Short Stays
Australia is indeed the “lucky country”. It is a sunburnt land of marvellous contrast.
The itineraries below are a sample of the myriad of offerings we can create. We welcome the opportunity to share our wealth of knowledge and passion for Australia with you.
Scroll down or click on the destination to view our sample itineraries for Tropical North Queensland, Tasmania, South Australia, Western Australia & Northern Territory, New South Wales, and Great Walks of Australia!
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3 Nights Orpheus Island
Isolate in luxury and enjoy the incredible offerings of the seventh wonder of the natural world, the Great Barrier Reef, and the incredible natural beauty of Orpheus Island.
3 Night Epic Saffire FREYCINET
The small seaside town of Coles Bay is located on the east coast of the island of Tasmania. A friendly and well-serviced place, Coles Bay is primarily known for the access it provides to the Freycinet National Park, one of Australia’s most astoundingly beautiful natural areas. From the pink-tinged granite peaks of the Hazards, to Wineglass Bay – consistently voted one of the world’s most photogenic beaches – and the remote Friendly Beaches lying to the north of Coles Bay, the magnificent beaches of the Freycinet National Park should feature on any Tasmanian travel itinerary. As well as relaxing on its tranquil beaches, visitors can look forward to enjoying a range of hiking, bushwalking, diving, snorkelling and cycling opportunities, all of which are easily accessible from Coles Bay.
Western Australia & Northern Territory
3 Nights Uluru
The best time to travel to is between the months of April to October, weather at this time of the year is sublime with the days being warm and ideal to enjoy the Red Centre, its ancient offerings and the spiritual centre of Aboriginal Australia – Uluru and Kata Tjuta.
3 Nights EPIC ARAJILLA LORD HOWE ISLAND
The idyllic, crescent-shaped slice of paradise known as Lord Howe Island is in fact the top ridge of an extinct underwater volcano and seamount, projecting above the surface of the ocean. The island is blessed with a diverse range of spectacular natural landscapes and offers a wide range of outdoor activities for a variety of interests and levels of fitness. Visitors can relax on the island’s gorgeous white sandy beaches, snorkel on the stunning coral reef, hand-feed fish on Ned’s Beach, discover the world’s tallest sea stack, or experience some of Australia’s best day hikes while climbing Mount Gower. Visitor numbers are restricted to a maximum of 400 at any given time which only adds to the remote feeling and tranquility of this tropical getaway. The multi award winning, World Heritage Lord Howe Island is an ideal destination for families and makes for a wonderfully romantic and entirely unforgettable couple’s retreat.
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Images By: Brad Horn, Pedro O’Connor, Tourism Australia and Tom Parker