Have some fun with iconic Aussie puzzles
Take a tour of Australia as you piece together some of the country’s most iconic animals and attractions. Get started with our colourful collection of digital puzzles.
Start with the d’Arenberg Cube puzzle and uncover this magnificent five-level structure located in the heart of McLaren Vale – the birthplace of the South Australian wine industry and home to some of the world’s oldest grapevines.
This unique, cube-shaped structure was inspired by the complexities and puzzles of winemaking and holds a sensory surprise on every level. From a wine sensory room to a virtual fermenter, the d’Arenberg Cube will entice and delight anyone who enters.
Next, it’s time to piece together the astonishing Uluru. Located in the heart of the Northern Territory’s Red Centre, this massive sandstone monolith is one of the greatest natural wonders of the world.
Uluru isn't just a spectacular formation, but a deeply spiritual place for the local Aboriginal people, the Anangu. Here, you can walk with a traditional owner, join a camel tour, self-drive or dine under a canopy of stars. Watching Uluru change colour at sunrise or sunset is one of outback Australia's most unmissable experiences.
If you’re a wildlife lover, you’ll love piecing together one of Australia’s cutest residents. Found only in Australia, the kangaroo has become a symbol of the country.
Kangaroos are friendly creatures and can be spotted in many locations around Australia. On North Stradbroke Island off the coast of Brisbane, kangaroos are often found roaming the shore and grassy areas. Our furry friends are also famous beach-goers and can be seen on beaches south of Sydney, or relaxing on the white sands of Lucky Bay in Western Australia. If you’re planning a trip to the outback, don't miss The Kangaroo Sanctuary's tours in Alice Springs.
Piece this puzzle together and you’ll be faced with one of the most iconic views in Sydney: the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Sydney is one of the most visually stunning cities in the world, with a sparkling harbour to quirky neighbourhoods, golden beaches and lush national parks, there’s something new to experience every day. Located in New South Wales, it's an easy trip to the famous Hunter Valley wine region, the spectacular Blue Mountains, celebrity surf town Byron Bay, and the quirky outback capital of Broken Hill.
Discover one of Australia’s dreamiest destinations. At 2,300 kilometres (1,430 miles), the Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef system in the world. You can swim, snorkel, dive and sail this living masterpiece, home to a phenomenal array of colourful marine life.
Adopt Australia's easygoing attitude when you island-hop, or stay in one of the many coastal getaways such as Cairns, Airlie Beach, Hervey Bay, Mission Beach and Port Douglas. There's nothing quite like a day on the reef surrounded by nature.