12 days

Australia’s ultimate road trip

Barossa Valley, Eyre Peninsula and the Great Outback
Adelaide (1 days) Barossa Valley (2) Whyalla (2) Baird Bay (1) Head of Bight (1) Nullarbor (2) Kalgoorlie (1) Perth (2)
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  • Victoria

  • Northern Territory

  • Sydney


    Famed for its golden beaches and magnificent harbour, Australia’s biggest city is as glossy as it is iconic, and a must-see for many tourists heading down-under for their next trip...
  • Western Australia

  • New South Wales

  • Queensland

  • Whitsunday Islands

    Whitsunday Islands

    A sailing trip around the jaw-dropping Whitsunday Islands might be one of the most beautiful things you’ll ever do...
  • Brisbane


    Smaller than its West coast sister cities but no less interesting, Queensland’s riverside capital is as cool as its climate is not...
  • Cairns


    While once people flocked to marshy, tropical Cairns in search of treasure in the Hodgekinson goldfields to the west, they now arrive in droves to sample the natural delights of Far Northern Queensland and Australia’s Great Barrier Reef...
  • Fraser Island

    Fraser Island

    Known by the local Butchulla people as K’gari, meaning “paradise,” the world’s largest sand island more than lives up to its nickname...
  • Canberra


    Since becoming Australia’s capital in 1927, Canberra has evolved from a relatively quiet, rural city into a fully cosmopolitan metropolis, with a food and cultural scene to match...
  • Whyalla


    Originally named Hummocks Hill, Whyalla is known as Australia’s “steel city” due to its steelwork and shipbuilding heritage...
  • Baird Bay

    Baird Bay

    This small fishing village on the west coast of the Eyre Peninsula presents tourists with the unique opportunity to swim with the friendly Australian sea lions and bottlenose dolphins who call this bay home...
  • Head of Bight

    Head of Bight

    Search for whales from the clifftops at the Head of Bight, one of only two locations on Australia’s south coast where southern right whales visit for calving season during their winter migration...
  • Mount Kosciuszko

    Mount Kosciuszko

    Standing 2,228m tall, Mount Kosciuszko in the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales is 21km round walk if you choose to hike the entire Merrits Nature Track...
  • Barossa Valley

    Barossa Valley

    Australia offers several excellent places to go wine-tasting, but none surpass South Australia’s famous Barossa Valley...
  • Nullarbor


    What’s so exciting about a golf course? The defining factor of the Nullarbor Links course is its 1,365km length, spanning the Eyre Highway from Kalgoorlie in Western Australia to Ceduna in South Australia...
  • Mon Repos Conservation Park

    Mon Repos Conservation Park

    Head Bundaberg and the Mon Repos Conservation Park to see Loggerhead turtles laying eggs between November and January and hatching from January to March...
  • Kalgoorlie


    Explore Australia’s gold mining country in little Kalgoorlie, but don’t miss the giant super-pit where you can watch some of the planet’s heaviest diggers cut a deep hole into Australian earth in a never-ending search for gold...
  • Townsville


    Near Townsville is the SS Yongala, a 110m passenger ship that sank 1911 during a tropical cyclone...
  • Mission Beach

    Mission Beach

    Get your heart pumping by going white-water rafting on the world-class rapid of Tully River...
  • Adelaide


    Spend a day exploring Adelaide's renowned natural history museum — the South Australian Museum — and the Art Gallery of South Australia, known for its expansive collection of indigenous artwork...
  • Noosa

  • Eungella National Park

  • Rockhampton

  • Agnes Water

  • Tasmania


    Made up of a collection of smaller islands surrounding the larger mainland, Tasmania is an island state off the coast of Australia...


Where the Swan River joins the southwest coast lies Western Australia's thriving capital city. With sandy beaches surrounding its laidback suburbs, th…

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