Australian vacation ideas
Plan your ultimate trip to Australia with the help of these seven to fourteen day itineraries.
7 day food and wine
Australia has a restaurant culture that is dynamic. And, remarkably, it has come about in the space of a single generation. Australia has never been a more exciting place to eat and restaurants are driving this change. This seven day itinerary will help you explore some of the best food and wine experiences available in Australia including Melbourne’s vibrant café and restaurant scene, the rich produce that can be found on Bruny Island and the award winning wine from the Barossa Valley.Add to your dream trip
10 day coast to coast
Discover white beaches, coral reefs and World Heritage Listed sites as you spend ten days exploring Australia’s coast. This itinerary will have you crossing the country to take in the Great Barrier Reef, Australia’s iconic reef in Queensland, before heading to Western Australia to see the breath taking Ningaloo Reef, one of Australia’s best kept secrets.Add to your dream trip
14 days top to bottom
Traversing Australia from top to bottom is an incredible experience and is easily achieved in a fortnight. This itinerary combines two very different cities, World Heritage-Listed national parks, stunning natural scenery, beautiful wineries, and an epic train journey through the mythical outback.Add to your dream trip
14 days wild about Australian animals
Australia is home to more than one million species of plants and animals, many of which are found nowhere else in the world. Among the most well-known of these are the koala, wombat, kangaroo, kookaburra and platypus. This itinerary will give you a great chance to see some of the country’s amazing wildlife in some of the most stunning destinations, including major capital cities.Add to your dream trip
Explore new experiences, attractions, food and wine trends and what’s happening at Australia's latest events.
Five reasons to visit Australia in 2016
As Australia rings in 2016, the country welcomes world renowned restaurants to its dining scene, new ways to connect with the world’s oldest living culture, exciting ways to explore the stunning coastline and more. With new experiences available throughout the year, start planning your dream holiday and discover why there’s nothing like Australia.Add to your dream trip
Australia’s Food and Wine Trends for 2016
It’s no secret that Australia has fresh produce. What’s less well-known is that the country’s foodies are exceptionally innovative and creative so the food scene is dynamic and ever-changing. Here’s what food-and-wine loving travellers can expect in Australia in 2016.Add to your dream trip
48 hours on Hamilton Island
It’s easy to see why Hamilton Island is one of the most popular spots for a getaway on the Great Barrier Reef. With palm-fringed beaches, top restaurants and stylish resorts, there’s plenty to do on land, while those keen to explore the clear waters of the Whitsundays will be richly rewarded.Add to your dream trip
Sam Leong's guide to Margaret River Gourmet Escape
The Margaret River Gourmet Escape is an annual festival that brings together world renowned chefs to celebrate the delicious produce and the award winning wine of the Margaret River region. Singapore celebrity chef, Sam Leong, will once again be returning to the festival in 2015 and shares his experiences of Australian food and the Margaret River Gourmet Escape.Add to your dream trip
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