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Dundee's Australia

Follow in Dundee’s footsteps and discover the incredible and diverse destinations of Australia for yourself.


Brian Dundee and Wally Jr. took the world on an adventure to many of Australia’s iconic destinations, offering a glimpse into the vast and beautiful landscapes waiting to be explored. Now it is time for you to experience some of what they found. From adventures across the vibrant and rugged outback to immersing yourself in the gourmet food and wine scenes that span the country, use their journey to inspire your own incredible holiday rich in experiences that showcase the best of Australia.
 

The outback 

Brian Dundee’s arrival in the Australian outback showcases what the country is perhaps best known for. But the outback is a vast and varied region that is much more than red dirt. It is incredibly diverse and colourful – and not just in its landscape. It is also the cultural heart of the world’s oldest living culture. Explore the ancient land of The Kimberley, with its impressive canyons, vast national parks and the remarkable domes of the Bungle Bungle Ranges.

Escape to the Red Centre to learn about Aboriginal culture, connect with the land and taste traditional bush tucker. Here is where you’ll enjoy breathtaking views of Uluru and Kata Tjuta, two of Australia’s most sacred Aboriginal sites. Inspire your next outback adventure by checking out these outback journeys and our guides to famous outback destinations like Alice Springs, Coober Pedy and the Flinders Ranges. Take it all in from the comfort of an unforgettable train journey on board The Ghan, or truly immerse yourself by trying one (or all) of these unbelievable outback experiences.

The nature

As Brian Dundee introduced himself from atop Lawn Hill Gorge, the world got a taste of the lush waterways that dot the country. This incredible spot is just one of Australia’s most stunning gorges, where you can find incredible vistas, refreshing swimming holes and ancient Aboriginal rock art. From the beautiful Cataract Gorge in Tasmania and Loch Ard Gorge along Victoria’s Great Ocean Road, to the Wet Tropics World Heritage area of Mossman Gorge in Tropical North Queensland, these natural attractions range from rugged and wild to romantic.

In addition to these spectacular spots, nature lovers can expect to find arid desserts, lush rainforests and coastal beauty in every corner of the country. Whether you head out on foot for a multi-day hike, challenge your skills on an incredible fishing expedition or watch the sunrise over the Twelve Apostles, Australia’s best nature experiences will challenge your perceptions and delight your sense.
 

The beaches

Were you captivated by the vast stretch of Australia’s shorelines that Brian Dundee and Wally Jr. explored? The one you witnessed was Mission Beach, Queensland’s ultimate aquatic playground and adventurous coastal town located just two hours south of Cairns. It’s the perfect spot to relax on white sands, discover unique local wildlife, and experience the Great Barrier Reef. And it’s just the beginning of Australia’s incredible beaches. There is the majestic archipelago of the Whitsundays, a cluster of 74 stunning tropical islands that includes the popular Hamilton Island, resort town of Airlie Beach and one of the world’s most picturesque beaches, Whitehaven Beach.

Heading further south, Sydney has some stunning beaches just minutes from the city centre. From the famous Bondi Beach, to nearby Coogee and Manly, Sydney’s city beaches are easy to reach and incredibly beautiful. If you want to escape the crowds, head an hour north of Sydney to Palm Beach, where Nicole Kidman likes to vacation. If you head just three hours south of Sydney you’ll find Jervis Bay, home to Hyams Beach which was crowned the beach with the whitest sand in the world by the Guinness Book of World Records. Be sure to live the Aussie life by learning to surf during your stay. You can book a lesson and hit some of the best barrels off any one of Australia’s most popular surfing beaches. We’ve also got the