Take a look at what's new in July 2015
Discover Australia's Aboriginal tourism experiences
When visiting Australia, whether you are in a city, travelling the outback or enjoying a coastal holiday, there are Aboriginal tourism experiences that can connect you with the world’s oldest living culture.
Five sporting events and festivals in Australia with stunning views
Along with sport, Australians love the great outdoors. On your trip to Australia, you can combine the two and attend one of these five sporting festivals. They all offer fantastic views of either beautiful beaches, rustic vineyards or the spectacular colours of the outback, and let you get up and close with the locals and learn more about the Australian way of life.
Bennelong restaurant opens at the Sydney Opera House
Located at the iconic Sydney Opera House, Bennelong restaurant offers a unique dining experience, with spectacular views and delicious food by Australian Executive Chef Peter Gilmore. This new arrival to the Australian dining scene has been highly anticipated by foodies and travellers alike who are keen to discover Gilmore’s unique take on this dramatic space in the Sydney Opera House.
48 hours exploring the Great Eastern Drive Tasmania
Heading on holidays is an adventure in itself, yet when you plan a self-drive journey, otherwise known as a road trip, you get to explore a place at your leisure and have the opportunity to uncover unique destinations along the way. The Great Eastern Drive is located on the east coast of Tasmania and is easily accessible by both Hobart and Launceston via a short drive (just over one hour from Hobart and over two hours from Launceston). On this scenic trip you will discover some of Tasmania’s natural wonders including the picturesque Bay of Fires and Wineglass Bay, as well as charming coastal towns and a number of great places to taste some of the delicious produce and wine that Tasmania is known for.
Discover Haggerstone Island
If you’re ready for an adventure to a relatively untouched part of Australia, look no further than Haggerstone Island, located 600 kilometres north of Cairns. Self-described as ‘rustic luxury’, the island is located on the Great Barrier Reef and is accessible only by chartered aircraft and a boat ride or by seaplane.