Visiting the magnificent Australian Outback is a once in a lifetime experience that everyone should have on their bucket list. Exploring the vast rural outback is full of spectacular sights and stunning scenery filled with the massive sandstone monolith of Ayers Rock.
The Great Barrier Reef is one of Australia’s remarkable natural wonders composed of the largest coral reef system in the world with over 2,900 individual reefs, and 900 spectacular islands stretching for over 1,429 miles in the sparkling waters of the Coral Sea. The area is filled with stunning natural beauty, abundant marine life, picturesque tropical islands, and endless activities and adventures.
Queensland is a spectacular region covering the northeast portion of Australia boasting over 4,300 miles of sparkling coastline, it is the gateway to the mesmerizing Great Barrier Reef, and millions of acres of Australia’s famous Outback.
New South Wales is Australia’s most populous state distinguished by its charming coastal cities and whopping 780 national parks and reserves. The largest and capital city is sparkling Sydney, home to iconic structures, followed by Newcastle, and Wollongong.
The Victoria region is a simply spectacular destination, with a sensational food scene and sports-loving capital of Melbourne, to relaxing spa stays in the country, world-class wineries, natural springs, striking coastlines, and the incredible mountains landscapes of the west.
Visit the relaxed South Region of Australia which covers some of the aridest portions of the country, the fourth-largest state, and territory. Experience world-class wineries, cellar doors, and lush green vineyards in wine country see wildlife, marvel at the 600 million-year-old Flinders Ranges.
Australia’s Northern Territory leads visitors to the wide-open spaces of the famed rich red outback desert where ancient Aboriginal culture, art, and traditions can be uncovered. Visit the quaint charming desert towns and mix with the laidback locals of the region, see the area’s awe-inspiring natural wonders such as Ayers Rock in the arid Red Center, along with an abundance of nature.
Western Australia is the largest state filled with vast, diverse landscapes and epic scenery, covering nearly one-third of the country. The region is decorated with rugged, picturesque beauty from the capital city of Perth, a sophisticated city home to beautiful beaches, and a dynamic food and nightlife scene.