Australia provide a range of unusual ways for visitors of all ages to explore their heritage, their rich past and the life of today. Experience the magic of Australia. These are our tips for exploring Australia.
Explore vibrant cities with amazing architecture, fabulous shopping and pulsating nightlife. Enchanting medieval and picturesque villages and traditional wine villages with friendly festivals and regional specialities.
Located in a historic 19th-century building in the Sydney CBD (Central Business District), the 5-star InterContinental Hotel overlooks
Located 547 yards from Capitol Theatre in Sydney, Primus Hotel Sydney features a restaurant and bar. Each room at this hotel
On the banks of the Swan River overlooking the Perth city skyline, Crown Metropol Perth features modern and stylish accommodations within
Hilton Hotel Sydney is in Sydney central business district (central business district) and features the city's largest hotel health club
Overlooking the Swan River and riverfront parklands, Pan Pacific Perth features a state-of-the-art fitness centre and a choice of 2 restaurants.
Pullman Sydney Airport boasts an onsite restaurant, a bar, a fitness centre and a 24/7 front desk.
Set in the heart of Adelaide city overlooking Victoria Square, Hilton Adelaide boasts a heated outdoor swimming pool, a sauna, a 24-hour
Experience the spectacular Great Ocean Road on a full-day tour from Melbourne.
Discover the beautiful wilderness on Sydney's doorstep on a day trip to the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains.
Cruise to Green Island from Cairns and find a tropical paradise on the Great Barrier Reef.
Take a full-day, winter-time Mt Buller Ski Tour to feel the buzz and excitement of Melbourne's most accessible ski resort.
Travel into the heart of Australia on a Kings Canyon day trip from Ayers Rock. Your journey takes you
Eat your way around Bruny Island on a gourmet and sightseeing tour from Hobart. Visit scenic lookouts
Enjoy the bounty of Bruny Island on a full-day gourmet food tour that introduces you to six local producers.
Sydneysiders adore their giant 'coathanger'. Opened in 1932, this majestic structure spans the harbour at one of its narrowest points.
This picturesque row of four-storey sandstone warehouses is a classic example of Australian colonial architecture.
With its classical Greek frontage and modern rear end, this much-loved institution plays a prominent and gregarious role in Sydney society.
Designed by Danish architect Jørn Utzon, this World Heritage-listed building is Australia's most recognisable landmark.
These expansive gardens are the city's favourite picnic destination, jogging route and snuggling spot. Bordering Farm Cove, east of the opera house,
Definitively Sydney, Bondi is one of the world’s great beaches: ocean and land collide, the Pacific arrives in great foaming swells,
Do you enjoy historical tours? This full day tour from Hobart has been designed to allow as much time as possible to explore Port Arthur.
The only way to experience one of the world's best beaches and the Whitsundays largest resort island is in style and comfort aboard a large,