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< Adelaide - Overview

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Capital of South Australia is the gateway to a State boasting a myriad of cultural and community festivals, some of the world's richest wine regions, secluded white beaches that stretch as far as the eye can see and a diverse and unspoilt outback landscape. Adelaide is a city of more than a million people, and yet, all in the space of a day, you can stretch out on a vast sandy beach. Cruise winding roads in lush green hills or see some of Australia's rarest native animals in their natural habitat

< Barossa Valley

A Private tour to Australia's most celebrated winemaking region offers you a surprising variety of wine of superlative quality, excellent local cuisine in charming wineries with a backdrop of rolling hills and enriched by the generous hospitality and traditions of the European heritage. The Barossa Valley is renowned for producing some of the best table wines in the world - come experience and enjoy an array of delights to excite the senses. A personalised private tour with a specialist wine guide. Sampling premium local wines with the opportunity to discuss your tastings with qualified knowledgeable winery staff. Morning tea in a private home with a chance to meet the locals. Special private tutored tasting at one of the Barossa's renowned wineries. Lunch in a winery setting where you can enjoy the region's distinctive cuisine.

< Hahndorf and Mt Lofty and Cleland Reserve

Tour the highlights and enjoy the historic charm of Adelaide. Then travel through the magnificent landscapes of the renowned Adelaide Hills, dotted with unique and historic villages. Dep. 1.30 p.m. Ret. 5.30 p.m. Tour the highlights and enjoy the historic charm of Adelaide. Then travel through the magnificent landscapes of the renowned Adelaide Hills, dotted with unique and historic villages. Visit the township of Hahndorf, Australia's oldest German settlement, to experience rich Bavarian heritage. Wander along the historic Main Street with its beautiful buildings and browse through the shops.

< Kangaroo Island

Make own way to the Airport for the 30 minute flight, to Kangaroo Island in small aircraft. Only sixteen kilometres from the mainland Australia’s third largest island is a nature lover’s dream, Discover the native wildlife, plants and rugged scenery – there are kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, echidnas, and seals, goannas and much more. Suggested tour the Island’s South Coast visiting the Australian Sea lion colony at Seal Bay Conservation Park, Visit the red gum forest along the Cygnet River valley - seek out koalas sleeping in the forks of the trees. Travel through some of the best wool-producing areas on the Island to a conservation park on the north coast. Here we take a walk through the habitat of Kangaroo Island kangaroos, tammar wallabies and the endangered glossy black cockatoo. Enjoy a delicious barbecue lunch served with fine South Australian wines. View a colony of Australian Sea Lions. At Seal Bay Conservation Park walks with your guide among sea lions on a beautiful sandy beach. Watch pups nursing, or playing in the surf, see old bulls bearing the scars of territorial disputes and learn of their unique breeding biology. In the afternoon visit Cape Gantheaume Conservation Park including D'Estrees Bay - where ospreys nest, and kangaroos come out late in the day to feed.

< Kangaroo Island

Widely acclaimed as Australia’s Galapagos, Kangaroo Island is home to an abundance of native wildlife and spectacular natural attractions. Covering almost 4,500 square kilometres it is Australia’s third largest island and offers the best of the mainland on a smaller, more intimate scale. With more than one third of the island declared as Conservation or National Park, visitors readily come face-to-face with prolific bird and animal species such as New Zealand fur seals, koalas, kangaroos, Australian sea lions, ospreys, echidnas and much, much more. Flanked by the indomitable Southern Ocean, dramatic coastal vistas and sculptured landscapes lay unspoiled by development and riddled with sheer limestone cliffs, sheltered coves, rocky headlands and deserted stretches of sugar-white sand

Adelaide - Overview image

Capital of South Australia is the gateway to a State boasting a myriad of cultural and community festivals, some of the world's richest wine regions, secluded white beaches that stretch as far as the eye can see and a diverse and unspoilt outback landscape. Adelaide is a city of more than a million people, and yet, all in the space of a day, you can stretch out on a vast sandy beach. Cruise winding roads in lush green hills or see some of Australia's rarest native animals in their natural habitat


Barossa Valley

A Private tour to Australia's most celebrated winemaking region offers you a surprising variety of wine of superlative quality, excellent local cuisine in charming wineries with a backdrop of rolling hills and enriched by the generous hospitality and traditions of the European heritage. The Barossa Valley is renowned for producing some of the best table wines in the world - come experience and enjoy an array of delights to excite the senses. A personalised private tour with a specialist wine guide. Sampling premium local wines with the opportunity to discuss your tastings with qualified knowledgeable winery staff. Morning tea in a private home with a chance to meet the locals. Special private tutored tasting at one of the Barossa's renowned wineries. Lunch in a winery setting where you can enjoy the region's distinctive cuisine.


Hahndorf and Mt Lofty and Cleland Reserve

Tour the highlights and enjoy the historic charm of Adelaide. Then travel through the magnificent landscapes of the renowned Adelaide Hills, dotted with unique and historic villages. Dep. 1.30 p.m. Ret. 5.30 p.m. Tour the highlights and enjoy the historic charm of Adelaide. Then travel through the magnificent landscapes of the renowned Adelaide Hills, dotted with unique and historic villages. Visit the township of Hahndorf, Australia's oldest German settlement, to experience rich Bavarian heritage. Wander along the historic Main Street with its beautiful buildings and browse through the shops.


Kangaroo Island

Make own way to the Airport for the 30 minute flight, to Kangaroo Island in small aircraft. Only sixteen kilometres from the mainland Australia’s third largest island is a nature lover’s dream, Discover the native wildlife, plants and rugged scenery – there are kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, echidnas, and seals, goannas and much more. Suggested tour the Island’s South Coast visiting the Australian Sea lion colony at Seal Bay Conservation Park, Visit the red gum forest along the Cygnet River valley - seek out koalas sleeping in the forks of the trees. Travel through some of the best wool-producing areas on the Island to a conservation park on the north coast. Here we take a walk through the habitat of Kangaroo Island kangaroos, tammar wallabies and the endangered glossy black cockatoo. Enjoy a delicious barbecue lunch served with fine South Australian wines. View a colony of Australian Sea Lions. At Seal Bay Conservation Park walks with your guide among sea lions on a beautiful sandy beach. Watch pups nursing, or playing in the surf, see old bulls bearing the scars of territorial disputes and learn of their unique breeding biology. In the afternoon visit Cape Gantheaume Conservation Park including D'Estrees Bay - where ospreys nest, and kangaroos come out late in the day to feed.


Kangaroo Island

Widely acclaimed as Australia’s Galapagos, Kangaroo Island is home to an abundance of native wildlife and spectacular natural attractions. Covering almost 4,500 square kilometres it is Australia’s third largest island and offers the best of the mainland on a smaller, more intimate scale. With more than one third of the island declared as Conservation or National Park, visitors readily come face-to-face with prolific bird and animal species such as New Zealand fur seals, koalas, kangaroos, Australian sea lions, ospreys, echidnas and much, much more. Flanked by the indomitable Southern Ocean, dramatic coastal vistas and sculptured landscapes lay unspoiled by development and riddled with sheer limestone cliffs, sheltered coves, rocky headlands and deserted stretches of sugar-white sand


< Great Barrier Reef

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The beauty of the Great Barrier Reef is yours to experience when you cruise from Cairns to our luxury 3 level pontoon on the Outer Reef. The Pontoon has undercover seating and tables, a sundeck, a. Semi submersible coral viewing tour, change rooms with fresh water showers Scuba Diving facilities are available with a semi submerged dive platform. A sumptuous buffet lunch will be served, full bar facilities are available. From the moon, the Great Barrier Reef is the only living structure visible on earth. It is a national treasure and one of the true wonders of the world

< Cairns - Overview

the heart of Tropical North Queensland, and the primary gateway to Northern Australia. A modern, sophisticated tropical city, it is an ideal base from which to explore the World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef and Daintree Rainforest regions, and the rugged outback-bush country of the Gulf Savannah and the Cooktown/Cape York area. Just north of Cairns city limits is a spectacular 16 mile stretch of unspoilt golden beaches and the small seaside townships of Palm Cove, In Palm Cove Village itself - where no building is higher than the coconut palms - you'll find restaurants, village shopping, bars and cafes .Set in private grounds on a palm-fringed beachfront along the Great Barrier, Met & Welcomed..

< Cape Tribulation Rainforest Tour in 4WD

Join Trek North tour air-conditioned four wheel drive tour of Cape Tribulation is a rare example of the co-existence of two of the world's most diverse ecosystems, the tropical rainforest and coral reef. The Daintree and Cape Tribulation rainforest is one of the oldest in the world, with a high proportion of primitive species, and was given World Heritage status in 1988. Your experienced guide will give a full interpretation of this rainforest and will expand on the geographical and historical features of the region. `Join a Daintree River cruise, where the guide will help you find Estuarine crocodiles basking on the banks, egrets, kites and other bird life overhead or an Amethystine python in the tree tops. Then drive to a private setting for a delicious lunch including Tropical fruit. In the afternoon swim in the crystal clear waters of the private swimming hole. British naturalist, David Attenborough, described his time spent in the Daintree rainforest as "One of the most magical experiences of my life". Trek North Tours from Cairns or Port Douglas will help ensure that you have the same experience. Morning and afternoon tea and lunch are served.

< Kuranda Rail & Skyline Tour

Join a Down Under coach for the transfer to Freshwater Station to Join the Kuranda Scenic Rail, for a breathtaking journey on one of the world's most scenic operational rail journeys. through hand hewn tunnels and across bridges with amazing views. On arrival in Kuranda there is free time to explore the 'Village in the Rainforest'. The Skyrail experience, spanning 7.5kms over pristine rainforest, allows you to explore the wonders of an ancient tropical rainforests and learn about one of the most botanically fascinating and diverse areas on earth. Gliding just metres above the rainforest canopy in comfortable 6-person gondola cabins the Skyrail journey immerses you in an intimate rainforest experience where you'll see, hear, smell and become part of the tropical rainforest environment. Relax and enjoy the stunning rainforest scenery, panoramic views of the Cairns' tropical region and the glittering waters of the Coral Sea. Alight at Skyrail's two rainforest mid-stations, Red Peak and Barron Falls, where you'll explore this amazing environment from the forest floor on boardwalks, scenic look-outs and in the state-of-the-art Rainforest Interpretive Centre.
Great Barrier Reef image

The beauty of the Great Barrier Reef is yours to experience when you cruise from Cairns to our luxury 3 level pontoon on the Outer Reef. The Pontoon has undercover seating and tables, a sundeck, a. Semi submersible coral viewing tour, change rooms with fresh water showers Scuba Diving facilities are available with a semi submerged dive platform. A sumptuous buffet lunch will be served, full bar facilities are available. From the moon, the Great Barrier Reef is the only living structure visible on earth. It is a national treasure and one of the true wonders of the world


Cairns - Overview

the heart of Tropical North Queensland, and the primary gateway to Northern Australia. A modern, sophisticated tropical city, it is an ideal base from which to explore the World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef and Daintree Rainforest regions, and the rugged outback-bush country of the Gulf Savannah and the Cooktown/Cape York area. Just north of Cairns city limits is a spectacular 16 mile stretch of unspoilt golden beaches and the small seaside townships of Palm Cove, In Palm Cove Village itself - where no building is higher than the coconut palms - you'll find restaurants, village shopping, bars and cafes .Set in private grounds on a palm-fringed beachfront along the Great Barrier, Met & Welcomed..


Cape Tribulation Rainforest Tour in 4WD

Join Trek North tour air-conditioned four wheel drive tour of Cape Tribulation is a rare example of the co-existence of two of the world's most diverse ecosystems, the tropical rainforest and coral reef. The Daintree and Cape Tribulation rainforest is one of the oldest in the world, with a high proportion of primitive species, and was given World Heritage status in 1988. Your experienced guide will give a full interpretation of this rainforest and will expand on the geographical and historical features of the region. `Join a Daintree River cruise, where the guide will help you find Estuarine crocodiles basking on the banks, egrets, kites and other bird life overhead or an Amethystine python in the tree tops. Then drive to a private setting for a delicious lunch including Tropical fruit. In the afternoon swim in the crystal clear waters of the private swimming hole. British naturalist, David Attenborough, described his time spent in the Daintree rainforest as "One of the most magical experiences of my life". Trek North Tours from Cairns or Port Douglas will help ensure that you have the same experience. Morning and afternoon tea and lunch are served.


Kuranda Rail & Skyline Tour

Join a Down Under coach for the transfer to Freshwater Station to Join the Kuranda Scenic Rail, for a breathtaking journey on one of the world's most scenic operational rail journeys. through hand hewn tunnels and across bridges with amazing views. On arrival in Kuranda there is free time to explore the 'Village in the Rainforest'. The Skyrail experience, spanning 7.5kms over pristine rainforest, allows you to explore the wonders of an ancient tropical rainforests and learn about one of the most botanically fascinating and diverse areas on earth. Gliding just metres above the rainforest canopy in comfortable 6-person gondola cabins the Skyrail journey immerses you in an intimate rainforest experience where you'll see, hear, smell and become part of the tropical rainforest environment. Relax and enjoy the stunning rainforest scenery, panoramic views of the Cairns' tropical region and the glittering waters of the Coral Sea. Alight at Skyrail's two rainforest mid-stations, Red Peak and Barron Falls, where you'll explore this amazing environment from the forest floor on boardwalks, scenic look-outs and in the state-of-the-art Rainforest Interpretive Centre.


< Melbourne - Overview

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Melbourne is the coastal capital of the southeastern Australian state of Victoria. At the city's centre is the modern Federation Square development, with plazas, bars, and restaurants by the Yarra River. In the Southbank area, the Melbourne Arts Precinct is the site of Arts Centre Melbourne – a performing arts complex – and the National Gallery of Victoria, with Australian and indigenous art. A short distance from the centre of Melbourne lies a plethora of other activities designed to cater for all tastes, levels of adventure and culinary desires

< Eureka Tower

Eureka Tower is a 297 metre (975 ft) skyscraper located in the Southbank precinct of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Construction began in August 2002 and the building was officially opened on 11 October 2006 fast becoming one of Melbourne most visited attractions. It is the second tallest building in Australia, behind Q1, Queensland and it is the 15th tallest residential building in the world. Eureka Tower boasts an impressive observation deck affording visitors extensive views over Melbourne and surrounds.

< Federation Square

Federation Square is a mixed-use development in the inner city of Melbourne, covering an area of 3.2 hectares and centred on two major public spaces: open squares (St. Paul's Court and The Square) and one covered (The Atrium). It is located in what is viewed as the centre of Melbourne and features an array of cafes and restaurants, humming vibrantly during the day and evening. Performances occur regularly on the stage and the viewing area can house up to 10,000 people.

< Great Ocean Road

The Great Ocean Road is an Australian National Heritage listed 243 kilometres (151 mi) stretch of road along the south-eastern coast of Australia between the Victorian cities of Torquay and Allansford. Built by returned soldiers between 1919 and 1932 and dedicated to soldiers killed during World War I, the road is the world's largest war memorial. Winding through varying terrain along the coast and providing access to several prominent landmarks, including the Twelve Apostles limestone stack formations, the road is an important tourist attraction in the region. The Great Ocean Road starts at Torquay and travels 244 kilometres westward to finish at Allansford near Warrnambool, the largest city along the road. The road is two lane (one in each direction) and hugs coastline affectionately known as the Surf Coast between Torquay and Cape Otway and the Shipwreck Coast further west of Cape Otway, providing visibility of Bass Strait and the Southern Ocean. The road traverses rainforests, beaches and cliffs composed of limestone and sandstone, and travels via Anglesea, Lorne, Apollo Bay, and Port Campbell, the latter being notable for its natural limestone and sandstone rock formations including Loch Ard Gorge, The Grotto, London Arch and The Twelve Apostles.

< Healesville Sanctuary

Healesville Sanctuary is a zoo specialising in native Australian animals. It is located at Healesville, one hour north of the centre of Melbourne. The Sanctuary has a history of breeding native animals being one of only two places to have successfully bred a platypus. The zoo is set in a natural bushland environment where paths wind through different habitat areas showcasing wallabies, wombats, dingoes, kangaroos, and over 200 native bird varieties. Guided tours, bird shows and information areas are available to visitors.

< Melbourne Cricket Ground

The Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), also known simply as "The G", is an Australian sports stadium located in Yarra Park, Melbourne, Victoria, and is home to the Melbourne Cricket Club. It is the 10th-largest stadium in the world, the largest in Australia, the largest in the Southern Hemisphere, the largest cricket ground by capacity, and has the tallest light towers of any sporting venue. The MCG is within walking distance of the city centre. The MCG served as the centrepiece stadium of the 1956 Summer Olympics, the 2006 Commonwealth Games and two Cricket World Cups: 1992 and 2015. It is also famous for its role in the development of international cricket; it was the venue for both the first Test match and the first One Day International, played between Australia and England in 1877 and 1971 respectively. The annual Boxing Day Test is one of the MCG's most popular events. Referred to as "the spiritual home of Australian rules football", it hosts AFL matches in the winter, with at least one game (though usually more) held there each round. The stadium fills to capacity (100,024) for the AFL Grand Final. Home to the National Sports Museum, the MCG has hosted other major sporting events, including International rules football matches between Australia and Ireland, international rugby union matches, State of Origin series (rugby league), FIFA World Cup qualifiers and international friendly matches. Concerts and other cultural events are also held at the venue.

< Melbourne Laneways Tour

Explore Melbourne’s charming laneways and opulent arcades with a small-group walking tour. Uncovered tucked-away gems like specialty boutiques and local fashion designers, and savor Melbourne’s café culture with a stop for coffee or tea, a chocolate tasting and an optional lunch at a local eatery. Wander the maze of Melbourne’s iconic laneways and arcades to discover a treasure trove of unique architecture, art, boutiques and cafés. Step inside the opulent Royal Arcade to window-shop the upscale boutiques the line this elegant, Old World indoor avenue. For a modern contrast, admire the vibrant street art along Hosier Lane and other alleys while learning about Melbourne’s robust art scene.

< Melbourne Star

The Melbourne Star (previously Southern Star) is a giant Ferris wheel in the Waterfront City precinct in the Docklands area of Melbourne. Known as the Southern Hemisphere's only giant observation wheel, it is 120 m (394 ft) tall and has seven spokes, reflecting the seven-pointed star of the Australian flag. A ride (one complete rotation) takes 30 minutes and provides uninterrupted 360-degree views of up to 40 kilometres (25 mi) encompassing the Docklands precinct, Melbourne’s CBD, Port Phillip Bay and as far as Mount Macedon, Arthur’s Seat and the Dandenong Ranges.

< Melbourne Zoo

The Royal Melbourne Zoological Gardens, commonly known as the Melbourne Zoo, contains more than 320 animal species from Australia and around the world. The zoo is 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) north of the centre of Melbourne. It is accessible via public transport or a short taxi ride from the city centre. A variety of different exhibits showcase both local and international animals.

< Mornington Peninsula

The Mornington Peninsula is a peninsula located 90 minutes south-east of Melbourne. It is surrounded by Port Phillip to the west, Western Port to the east and Bass Strait to the south, and is connected to the mainland in the north. The peninsula offers popular natural attractions such as a variety of beaches both sheltered and open-sea and many scenic sights and views. Other popular attractions include the various wineries, mazes and the diverse array of water sports made available by the diversity of beaches and calm waters of Port Phillip and Western Port.

< National Gallery of Victoria

The National Gallery of Victoria, popularly known as the NGV, is an art museum in Melbourne, Australia. Founded in 1861, it is Australia's oldest, largest and most visited art museum. The National Gallery of Victoria houses an encyclopedic art collection across two sites: NGV International, located on St Kilda Road in the Melbourne Arts Precinct of Southbank, and the Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, located nearby at Federation Square. The St Kilda Road building houses the gallery's international art collection and is on the Victorian Heritage Register. Designed by Lab Architecture Studio, the Ian Potter Centre opened in 2002 and houses the gallery's Australian art collection.

< Old Melbourne Gaol

The Old Melbourne Gaol is a museum on Russell Street, in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It consists of a bluestone building and courtyard, and is located next to the old City Police Watch House and City Courts buildings. It was first constructed starting in 1839, and during its operation as a prison between 1842 and 1929, it held and executed some of Australia's most notorious criminals, including bushranger Ned Kelly and serial killer Frederick Bailey Deeming. In total, 133 people were executed by hanging. Though it was used briefly during World War II, it formally ceased operating as a prison in 1924. The three-storey museum displays information and memorabilia of the prisoners and staff, including death masks of the executed criminals. Paranormal enthusiasts claim the museum is haunted, with claims of ghostly apparitions and unexplained voices near cells.

< Polly Woodside

Polly Woodside is a Belfast-built, three-masted, iron-hulled barque, preserved in Melbourne, Australia, and forming the central feature of the South Wharf precinct. The ship was originally built in Belfast by William J. Woodside and was launched in 1885. After extensive renovations it was reopened to the public in 2010.

< Puffing Billy Railway

The Puffing Billy Railway is a 2 ft 6 in (762 mm) narrow gauge heritage railway in the Dandenong Ranges 45 minutes north of Melbourne. The primary starting point, operations and administration centre, main refreshment room (also selling souvenirs) and ticket purchasing are located at Belgrave station. The railway operates every day of the year except Christmas Day, with at least three and up to six advertised services departing Belgrave each day. One service each day has the option of first-class carriages and lunch. A popular feature of a ride on Puffing Billy is sitting on the ledge of the open-sided carriages and in April each year the 13.5km Great Train Race pits over 2,700 runners against Puffing Billy to see who can beat the train to its finish at Emerald Lake Park.

< Queen Victoria Market

The Queen Victoria Market (also known as the Queen Vic Markets or the Queen Vic, and locally as '"Vic Market"') is a major landmark in Melbourne, Australia, and at around seven hectares (17 acres) is the largest open air market in the Southern Hemisphere. The Market is significant to Melbourne's culture and heritage and has been listed on the Victorian Heritage Register. The Queen Victoria Market is the only surviving 19th century market in the Melbourne central business district.

< Royal Botanic Gardens

The Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne are internationally renowned botanical gardens located near the centre of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, on the south bank of the Yarra River. They are 38 hectares (94 acres) of landscaped gardens consisting of a mix of native and exotic vegetation including over 10,000 individual species. The Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne are adjacent to a larger group of parklands directly south-east of the city, between St. Kilda Road and the Yarra River known as the Domain Parklands, which includes Kings Domain, Alexandra Gardens, Queen Victoria Gardens.

< Shine of Remembrance

The Shrine of Remembrance, located in Kings Domain on St Kilda Road, Melbourne, Australia was built as a memorial to the men and women of Victoria who served in World War I and is now a memorial to all Australians who have served in war. It is a site of annual observances of ANZAC Day (25 April) and Remembrance Day (11 November) and is one of the largest war memorials in Australia.

< Yarra Valley

The Yarra Valley is a region popular for wineries located 45 minutes north east of the centre of Melbourne. The Yarra Valley is a popular day-trip and tourist area, featuring a range of natural features and agricultural produce, as well as the Lilydale to Warburton Rail Trail. The Yarra Valley is also host to a thriving wine growing industry. The area's relatively cool climate makes it particularly suited to the production of high-quality chardonnay, pinot noir and sparkling wine.

< Yarra Valley Ballooning & Tasting Private Tour

< Mornington Peninsula - Overview

Hinterland gardens and outdoor attractions: Come and see a fragrant lavender farm, meandering hedge mazes and gardens with towering trees from the 1860s. How do you like your adventure? Consider cycling throughout the Mornington Peninsula while enjoying beautiful landscapes both along coastal boardwalks and wetlands. 

Diving, fishing, swimming with dolphins: Try something you’ve never done before, like learning to scuba dive or swimming with dolphins. You can also go surfing, sailing or stand up paddle boarding, or just cast a lazy fishing line from a pier or book a fishing charter. 

Wonderful food and wine: Just drive through our region, and the Peninsula's love affair with wine, fresh produce, seafood and bountiful food on the table is quickly revealed. Taste it, sip it, pick it, catch it, take it home with you. But first, find out more about the Wine Food Farmgate Trail. 

Art galleries, museums, history and culture: Everything from art galleries and antiques to Victoria's earliest settlement and maritime defence fortifications. Explore historic homesteads, buy works of art in our galleries. Visit galleries set in artful gardens, visit gardens filled with contemporary art.

Hot springs, day spas and spa retreats: Discover Victoria's only geothermal hot springs with pools cascading down the valley.  Indulge yourself in a massage at any number of day spas across the region. You can learn yoga in the fresh air on the beach, or book a personal trainer and get started on a new fitness regime. Markets and shopping: Weekend and mid-week markets are great places to connect with local food producers, artists and crafts people. Farm shops and artisan retailers give you a real taste of the range of food and wine. Shopping centres are small and friendly, antique outlets overflowing with special finds. 

Melbourne - Overview image

Melbourne is the coastal capital of the southeastern Australian state of Victoria. At the city's centre is the modern Federation Square development, with plazas, bars, and restaurants by the Yarra River. In the Southbank area, the Melbourne Arts Precinct is the site of Arts Centre Melbourne – a performing arts complex – and the National Gallery of Victoria, with Australian and indigenous art. A short distance from the centre of Melbourne lies a plethora of other activities designed to cater for all tastes, levels of adventure and culinary desires


Eureka Tower

Eureka Tower is a 297 metre (975 ft) skyscraper located in the Southbank precinct of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Construction began in August 2002 and the building was officially opened on 11 October 2006 fast becoming one of Melbourne most visited attractions. It is the second tallest building in Australia, behind Q1, Queensland and it is the 15th tallest residential building in the world. Eureka Tower boasts an impressive observation deck affording visitors extensive views over Melbourne and surrounds.


Federation Square

Federation Square is a mixed-use development in the inner city of Melbourne, covering an area of 3.2 hectares and centred on two major public spaces: open squares (St. Paul's Court and The Square) and one covered (The Atrium). It is located in what is viewed as the centre of Melbourne and features an array of cafes and restaurants, humming vibrantly during the day and evening. Performances occur regularly on the stage and the viewing area can house up to 10,000 people.


Great Ocean Road

The Great Ocean Road is an Australian National Heritage listed 243 kilometres (151 mi) stretch of road along the south-eastern coast of Australia between the Victorian cities of Torquay and Allansford. Built by returned soldiers between 1919 and 1932 and dedicated to soldiers killed during World War I, the road is the world's largest war memorial. Winding through varying terrain along the coast and providing access to several prominent landmarks, including the Twelve Apostles limestone stack formations, the road is an important tourist attraction in the region. The Great Ocean Road starts at Torquay and travels 244 kilometres westward to finish at Allansford near Warrnambool, the largest city along the road. The road is two lane (one in each direction) and hugs coastline affectionately known as the Surf Coast between Torquay and Cape Otway and the Shipwreck Coast further west of Cape Otway, providing visibility of Bass Strait and the Southern Ocean. The road traverses rainforests, beaches and cliffs composed of limestone and sandstone, and travels via Anglesea, Lorne, Apollo Bay, and Port Campbell, the latter being notable for its natural limestone and sandstone rock formations including Loch Ard Gorge, The Grotto, London Arch and The Twelve Apostles.


Healesville Sanctuary

Healesville Sanctuary is a zoo specialising in native Australian animals. It is located at Healesville, one hour north of the centre of Melbourne. The Sanctuary has a history of breeding native animals being one of only two places to have successfully bred a platypus. The zoo is set in a natural bushland environment where paths wind through different habitat areas showcasing wallabies, wombats, dingoes, kangaroos, and over 200 native bird varieties. Guided tours, bird shows and information areas are available to visitors.


Melbourne Cricket Ground

The Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), also known simply as "The G", is an Australian sports stadium located in Yarra Park, Melbourne, Victoria, and is home to the Melbourne Cricket Club. It is the 10th-largest stadium in the world, the largest in Australia, the largest in the Southern Hemisphere, the largest cricket ground by capacity, and has the tallest light towers of any sporting venue. The MCG is within walking distance of the city centre. The MCG served as the centrepiece stadium of the 1956 Summer Olympics, the 2006 Commonwealth Games and two Cricket World Cups: 1992 and 2015. It is also famous for its role in the development of international cricket; it was the venue for both the first Test match and the first One Day International, played between Australia and England in 1877 and 1971 respectively. The annual Boxing Day Test is one of the MCG's most popular events. Referred to as "the spiritual home of Australian rules football", it hosts AFL matches in the winter, with at least one game (though usually more) held there each round. The stadium fills to capacity (100,024) for the AFL Grand Final. Home to the National Sports Museum, the MCG has hosted other major sporting events, including International rules football matches between Australia and Ireland, international rugby union matches, State of Origin series (rugby league), FIFA World Cup qualifiers and international friendly matches. Concerts and other cultural events are also held at the venue.


Melbourne Laneways Tour

Explore Melbourne’s charming laneways and opulent arcades with a small-group walking tour. Uncovered tucked-away gems like specialty boutiques and local fashion designers, and savor Melbourne’s café culture with a stop for coffee or tea, a chocolate tasting and an optional lunch at a local eatery. Wander the maze of Melbourne’s iconic laneways and arcades to discover a treasure trove of unique architecture, art, boutiques and cafés. Step inside the opulent Royal Arcade to window-shop the upscale boutiques the line this elegant, Old World indoor avenue. For a modern contrast, admire the vibrant street art along Hosier Lane and other alleys while learning about Melbourne’s robust art scene.


Melbourne Star

The Melbourne Star (previously Southern Star) is a giant Ferris wheel in the Waterfront City precinct in the Docklands area of Melbourne. Known as the Southern Hemisphere's only giant observation wheel, it is 120 m (394 ft) tall and has seven spokes, reflecting the seven-pointed star of the Australian flag. A ride (one complete rotation) takes 30 minutes and provides uninterrupted 360-degree views of up to 40 kilometres (25 mi) encompassing the Docklands precinct, Melbourne’s CBD, Port Phillip Bay and as far as Mount Macedon, Arthur’s Seat and the Dandenong Ranges.


Melbourne Zoo

The Royal Melbourne Zoological Gardens, commonly known as the Melbourne Zoo, contains more than 320 animal species from Australia and around the world. The zoo is 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) north of the centre of Melbourne. It is accessible via public transport or a short taxi ride from the city centre. A variety of different exhibits showcase both local and international animals.


Mornington Peninsula

The Mornington Peninsula is a peninsula located 90 minutes south-east of Melbourne. It is surrounded by Port Phillip to the west, Western Port to the east and Bass Strait to the south, and is connected to the mainland in the north. The peninsula offers popular natural attractions such as a variety of beaches both sheltered and open-sea and many scenic sights and views. Other popular attractions include the various wineries, mazes and the diverse array of water sports made available by the diversity of beaches and calm waters of Port Phillip and Western Port.


National Gallery of Victoria

The National Gallery of Victoria, popularly known as the NGV, is an art museum in Melbourne, Australia. Founded in 1861, it is Australia's oldest, largest and most visited art museum. The National Gallery of Victoria houses an encyclopedic art collection across two sites: NGV International, located on St Kilda Road in the Melbourne Arts Precinct of Southbank, and the Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, located nearby at Federation Square. The St Kilda Road building houses the gallery's international art collection and is on the Victorian Heritage Register. Designed by Lab Architecture Studio, the Ian Potter Centre opened in 2002 and houses the gallery's Australian art collection.


Old Melbourne Gaol

The Old Melbourne Gaol is a museum on Russell Street, in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It consists of a bluestone building and courtyard, and is located next to the old City Police Watch House and City Courts buildings. It was first constructed starting in 1839, and during its operation as a prison between 1842 and 1929, it held and executed some of Australia's most notorious criminals, including bushranger Ned Kelly and serial killer Frederick Bailey Deeming. In total, 133 people were executed by hanging. Though it was used briefly during World War II, it formally ceased operating as a prison in 1924. The three-storey museum displays information and memorabilia of the prisoners and staff, including death masks of the executed criminals. Paranormal enthusiasts claim the museum is haunted, with claims of ghostly apparitions and unexplained voices near cells.


Polly Woodside

Polly Woodside is a Belfast-built, three-masted, iron-hulled barque, preserved in Melbourne, Australia, and forming the central feature of the South Wharf precinct. The ship was originally built in Belfast by William J. Woodside and was launched in 1885. After extensive renovations it was reopened to the public in 2010.


Puffing Billy Railway

The Puffing Billy Railway is a 2 ft 6 in (762 mm) narrow gauge heritage railway in the Dandenong Ranges 45 minutes north of Melbourne. The primary starting point, operations and administration centre, main refreshment room (also selling souvenirs) and ticket purchasing are located at Belgrave station. The railway operates every day of the year except Christmas Day, with at least three and up to six advertised services departing Belgrave each day. One service each day has the option of first-class carriages and lunch. A popular feature of a ride on Puffing Billy is sitting on the ledge of the open-sided carriages and in April each year the 13.5km Great Train Race pits over 2,700 runners against Puffing Billy to see who can beat the train to its finish at Emerald Lake Park.


Queen Victoria Market

The Queen Victoria Market (also known as the Queen Vic Markets or the Queen Vic, and locally as '"Vic Market"') is a major landmark in Melbourne, Australia, and at around seven hectares (17 acres) is the largest open air market in the Southern Hemisphere. The Market is significant to Melbourne's culture and heritage and has been listed on the Victorian Heritage Register. The Queen Victoria Market is the only surviving 19th century market in the Melbourne central business district.


Royal Botanic Gardens

The Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne are internationally renowned botanical gardens located near the centre of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, on the south bank of the Yarra River. They are 38 hectares (94 acres) of landscaped gardens consisting of a mix of native and exotic vegetation including over 10,000 individual species. The Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne are adjacent to a larger group of parklands directly south-east of the city, between St. Kilda Road and the Yarra River known as the Domain Parklands, which includes Kings Domain, Alexandra Gardens, Queen Victoria Gardens.


Shine of Remembrance

The Shrine of Remembrance, located in Kings Domain on St Kilda Road, Melbourne, Australia was built as a memorial to the men and women of Victoria who served in World War I and is now a memorial to all Australians who have served in war. It is a site of annual observances of ANZAC Day (25 April) and Remembrance Day (11 November) and is one of the largest war memorials in Australia.


Yarra Valley

The Yarra Valley is a region popular for wineries located 45 minutes north east of the centre of Melbourne. The Yarra Valley is a popular day-trip and tourist area, featuring a range of natural features and agricultural produce, as well as the Lilydale to Warburton Rail Trail. The Yarra Valley is also host to a thriving wine growing industry. The area's relatively cool climate makes it particularly suited to the production of high-quality chardonnay, pinot noir and sparkling wine.


Yarra Valley Ballooning & Tasting Private Tour


Mornington Peninsula - Overview

Hinterland gardens and outdoor attractions: Come and see a fragrant lavender farm, meandering hedge mazes and gardens with towering trees from the 1860s. How do you like your adventure? Consider cycling throughout the Mornington Peninsula while enjoying beautiful landscapes both along coastal boardwalks and wetlands. 

Diving, fishing, swimming with dolphins: Try something you’ve never done before, like learning to scuba dive or swimming with dolphins. You can also go surfing, sailing or stand up paddle boarding, or just cast a lazy fishing line from a pier or book a fishing charter. 

Wonderful food and wine: Just drive through our region, and the Peninsula's love affair with wine, fresh produce, seafood and bountiful food on the table is quickly revealed. Taste it, sip it, pick it, catch it, take it home with you. But first, find out more about the Wine Food Farmgate Trail. 

Art galleries, museums, history and culture: Everything from art galleries and antiques to Victoria's earliest settlement and maritime defence fortifications. Explore historic homesteads, buy works of art in our galleries. Visit galleries set in artful gardens, visit gardens filled with contemporary art.

Hot springs, day spas and spa retreats: Discover Victoria's only geothermal hot springs with pools cascading down the valley.  Indulge yourself in a massage at any number of day spas across the region. You can learn yoga in the fresh air on the beach, or book a personal trainer and get started on a new fitness regime. Markets and shopping: Weekend and mid-week markets are great places to connect with local food producers, artists and crafts people. Farm shops and artisan retailers give you a real taste of the range of food and wine. Shopping centres are small and friendly, antique outlets overflowing with special finds. 


< Sydney Harbour Bridge

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The Sydney Harbour Bridge is a steel through arch bridge across Sydney Harbour that carries rail, vehicular, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic between the Sydney central business district and the North Shore. The dramatic view of the bridge, the harbour, and the nearby Sydney Opera House is an iconic image of Sydney, and Australia. The bridge is nicknamed "The Coathanger" because of its arch-based design. ‘Bridge climb’ tours operate daily, depending on weather conditions.

< Blue Mountains

The Blue Mountains is a mountainous region that borders on Sydney's metropolitan area, its foothills starting about 50 kilometres (31 mi) west of the state capital. The Blue Mountains Range comprises a range of mountains, plateaux and escarpments extending off the Great Dividing Range for about 96 kilometres (60 mi). It’s cool climate atmosphere lends itself to amazing scenery, quaint towns, beautiful restaurants and cafes, galleries and attractions – some of the most popular being the Scenic Railway and Cable Skyrail, The Three Sisters, and the world renowned Jenolan Caves.

< Bondi Beach

Bondi Beach is located 7 km (4 miles) east of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of Waverley Council, in the Eastern Suburbs. Bondi Beach is one of the most visited tourist sites in Australia and is a popular starting point for some of Sydney’s coastal walks and trails. With its vibey cafes, shopping and incredible real estate, Bondi Beach is a true Australian icon.

< Capitol Theatre

Capitol Theatre is a historic theatre located at 13 Campbell Street, Haymarket, Sydney, Australia. The site of the Capitol Theatre has provided entertainment to the people of Sydney since the early 19th century when this piece of land was used by early settlers as a market place for produce and hay, giving this area its name “Haymarket”. The building initially functioned as a fruit and vegetable market called "Belmore Markets" which in 1912 were moved to another location. In 1995, Capitol Theatre underwent a massive 2 year reconstruction costing over $30 million. Since 1995, the theatre has been host to many world class productions.

< Chinatown & the Chinese Garden of Friendship

Sydney's Chinatown is an urban locality in the southern part of the Sydney central business district. It is located in Haymarket, between Central Station and Darling Harbour. It is Australia's largest Chinatown. The Chinese Garden of Friendship is a Chinese garden in Chinatown. Modelled on the typical private gardens of the Ming Dynasty, the garden offers an insight into Chinese heritage and culture.

< Darling Harbour

Darling Harbour is a large recreational and pedestrian precinct that is situated on western outskirts of the Sydney central business district. Originally Long Cove, the locality extends northwards from Chinatown, along both sides of Cockle Bay to Darling Harbour wharf on the east, and to the suburb of Pyrmont on the west. Cockle Bay is just one of the waterways that makes up Darling Harbour, which opens north into the much larger Port Jackson. The Darling Harbour precinct is home to a number of major public facilities and attractions, including Harbourside Shopping Centre, Cockle Bay Wharf, Sydney Entertainment Centre, Paddy's Markets, Chinese Garden of Friendship, Tumbalong Park, Darling Quarter Playground, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Australian National Maritime Museum, SS South Steyne, The Star Casino and Entertainment Complex, The Darling Hotel & Spa, Powerhouse Museum, Sydney Aquarium, Madame Tussauds, Sydney Wildlife World, Aboriginal Centre, and the International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney).

< Hunter Valley

The Hunter Valley, is a region extending from approximately 120km (75mi) to 310km (193mi) north of Sydney. It contains the Hunter River and is one of the largest river valleys on the NSW coast, most commonly known for its wineries. This major tourist destination is the 6th most visited place in Australia attracting more than 2.5 million people annually. Pokolbin is the centre of the Hunter Valley wine country, located between the towns of Cessnock and Branxton. Much of the rolling countryside around Pokolbin is under vine with the traditional varieties Shiraz and Semillon as well as extensive plantings of Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon and small quantities of Pinot noir. The Pokolbin area has a large number of vineyards, restaurants, shops, golf courses and country guesthouses. Other parts of the valley including the Wollombi Valley, Broke Fordwich and Mount View subregions.

< Jervis Bay

Jervis Bay territory and the stunning Hyams beach is a 102-square-kilometre (39 sq mi) oceanic bay approximately 2 hours south of Sydney, and is said to possess the whitest sand in the world! A 70-square-kilometre (27 sq mi) area of land around the southern headland of the bay is the Jervis Bay Territory, comprising the Australian Navy base -HMAS Creswell, the Jervis Bay Village and Greenpatch Point. A weekend is recommended but if you only have a day set off early, enjoy the beautiful drive down, and spend your day relaxing on the beach. The beach cafe has some delicious lunch dishes, and you could even stop in for a cheeky wine tasting at Silos Estate Vineyard in Berry on the way home or at the aptly named Treat Factory.

< Manly Ferry & Manly Beach

Travelling to Manly from Sydney's main ferry terminal, Circular Quay, takes 30 minutes by public ferry. There is also the option of a private ferry from Circular Quay to Manly (and back) between Monday and Saturday.The ferry services covers the width and breadth of Sydney Harbour, making it one of the most popular methods for exploring the many interesting and diverse locations and attractions that Sydney has to offer. Manly Beach is a beach situated among the Northern Beaches of Sydney. Within walking distance of Manly Beach along the oceanway is Fairy Bower and Shelley Beach. There are shops, restaurants, night clubs, and bars to explore as well as beautiful scenery.

< Queen Victoria Building

The Queen Victoria Building (or QVB), is a late nineteenth-century building designed by the architect George McRae in the central business district of Sydney, Australia. The Romanesque Revival building was constructed between 1893 and 1898 and is 30m (98 ft) wide by 190m (620 ft) long. The building fills a city block bounded by George, Market, York and Druitt Streets. Designed as a marketplace, it was used for a variety of other purposes, underwent re-modelling and suffered decay until its restoration and return to its original use in the late twentieth century. It is one of Sydney’s most stylish and celebrated shopping experiences.

< Royal Botanic Gardens

The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney is a major botanical garden located in the heart of Sydney. Opened in 1816, the garden is the oldest scientific institution in Australia and one of the most important historic botanical institutions in the world. It is open every day of the year and access is free. Its stunning position on Sydney Harbour and immediately adjacent to the Sydney CBD, the Sydney Opera House and the large public parklands of The Domain ensure it is one of the most visited attractions in Sydney.

< Royal National Park

Whether you’re into strolling, hiking, swimming, cycling, surfing, rowing, nudist beaches, aboriginal art, whale watching or just chilling with a picnic, the Royal National Park has it all. Sydney’s heritage-listed Royal National Park is affectionately known to locals as the ‘Nasho’ or just ‘the Royal’. Established in 1879, it’s the world's second-oldest national park. It features unique heritage attractions, along with fascinating plants, birds and animals. Perfect for bushwalking, cycling, surfing, picnicking or whale watching, this diverse park offers everything from beaches to rainforest. Located near Cronulla within an hour’s drive from both the Sydney CBD and Wollongong, the 16,000ha Royal National Park is like a big beautiful backyard.

< Sea Life Sydney Aquarium

Sea Life Sydney Aquarium, located on the eastern (city) side of Darling Harbour to the north of the Pyrmont Bridge, contains a large variety of Australian aquatic life, displaying more than 700 species comprising more than 13,000 individual fish and other sea and water creatures from most of Australia's water habitats. Additionally, the aquarium features 14 themed zones including Jurassic Seas, Discovery Rockpool, Shark Walk, and the world’s largest Great Barrier Reef display.

< Spectacular Walking Trails

Sydney is the perfect city for walking, with its spectacular coastline and iconic beaches such as Bondi and Manly, sparkling Sydney Harbour and enchanting national parks. The beautiful Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk winds past beaches and parks, a 6km trail of coastal path at the edge of Sydney's eastern suburbs that can be done at a leisurely pace, with easy variations on the length you wish to walk. Other popular coastal walks include the Federation Cliff Walk from Dover Heights to Watsons Bay, which features views of Australia’s oldest lighthouse. The Manly to Spit Bridge Walk, a 10km path along Manly’s aptly-named Scenic Walkway, is another stunning walk.

< Sydney - Overview

Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales and the most populous city in Australia and Oceania. Located on Australia's east coast, the metropolis surrounds the world's largest natural harbour, and sprawls towards the Blue Mountains to the west. Sydney is the second official seat and second official residence of the Governor-General of Australia and the Prime Minister of Australia. Sydney is a breathtakingly spectacular city, making it one of the world’s most popularly visited destinations.

< Sydney Observatory

Sydney Observatory is located on a hill now known as Observatory Hill in the centre of Sydney. The site evolved from a fort built on 'Windmill Hill' in the early 19th century to an astronomical observatory during the nineteenth century. It is now a working museum where evening visitors can observe the stars and planets through a modern 40cm Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope and a historic 29cm refractor telescope built in 1874, the oldest telescope in Australia in regular use.

< Sydney Opera House

The Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing arts centre in Sydney. It is one of the 20th century's most famous and distinctive buildings, positioned prominently on Bennelong Point in central Sydney Harbour. In 2007, the Sydney Opera House became a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Though its name suggests a single venue, the building comprises multiple performance venues which together are among the busiest performing arts centres, hosting well over 1,500 performances annually. Performances are presented by numerous performing artists, including four resident companies: Opera Australia, The Australian Ballet, the Sydney Theatre Company and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. More than eight million people visit the site annually, and approximately 350,000 visitors take a guided tour of the building each year.

< Sydney Tower

Sydney Tower is Sydney's tallest structure and the third tallest observation tower in the Southern Hemisphere. The name Sydney Tower has become common in daily usage, however the tower has been known as the Sydney Tower Eye, AMP Tower, or Centrepoint Tower. The Sydney Tower is a member of the World Federation of Great Towers. The tower stands 309m (1,014ft) above the CBD, located on Market Street, between Pitt and Castlereagh Streets. The tower is open to the public, and is one of the most prominent tourist attractions in the city.

< Taronga Zoo

Taronga Zoo is the city zoo of Sydney, and is located on the shores of Sydney Harbour in the suburb of Mosman. It was officially opened on 7 October 1916. Taronga Zoo is managed by the Zoological Parks Board of New South Wales, under the trading name Taronga Conservation Society, along with its sister zoo, the Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo. Divided into eight zoogeographic regions, the 21-hectare (52-acre) Taronga Zoo is home to over 4,000 animals of 340 species. It has a zoo shop, a cafe, and information centre. The Giraffe House is a photographic hotspot, being one of the most spectacular vantage points to view the Sydney CBD and surrounding harbour.

< The Rocks

The Rocks is an urban locality, tourist precinct and historic area of Sydney's city centre. It is located on the southern shore of Sydney Harbour, immediately north-west of the Sydney central business district. Filled with beautiful shops, restaurants, historic pubs, galleries and quirky businesses, The Rocks also has an amazing weekend market. Some of Sydney’s most impressive hotels and restaurants are located in The Rocks, as are Sydney’s passenger docks for commercial cruise ships and harbour sailing.

< Whale Watching

Sydney offers countless great places to watch migrating whales as they pass by Australia’s largest city and its surrounding coastline. The natural and cultural beauty of the iconic city makes Sydney Harbour National Park a great base to enjoy swimming, surfing, bushwalking and picnicking while you watch these extraordinary creatures.
Sydney Harbour Bridge image

The Sydney Harbour Bridge is a steel through arch bridge across Sydney Harbour that carries rail, vehicular, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic between the Sydney central business district and the North Shore. The dramatic view of the bridge, the harbour, and the nearby Sydney Opera House is an iconic image of Sydney, and Australia. The bridge is nicknamed "The Coathanger" because of its arch-based design. ‘Bridge climb’ tours operate daily, depending on weather conditions.


Blue Mountains

The Blue Mountains is a mountainous region that borders on Sydney's metropolitan area, its foothills starting about 50 kilometres (31 mi) west of the state capital. The Blue Mountains Range comprises a range of mountains, plateaux and escarpments extending off the Great Dividing Range for about 96 kilometres (60 mi). It’s cool climate atmosphere lends itself to amazing scenery, quaint towns, beautiful restaurants and cafes, galleries and attractions – some of the most popular being the Scenic Railway and Cable Skyrail, The Three Sisters, and the world renowned Jenolan Caves.


Bondi Beach

Bondi Beach is located 7 km (4 miles) east of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of Waverley Council, in the Eastern Suburbs. Bondi Beach is one of the most visited tourist sites in Australia and is a popular starting point for some of Sydney’s coastal walks and trails. With its vibey cafes, shopping and incredible real estate, Bondi Beach is a true Australian icon.


Capitol Theatre

Capitol Theatre is a historic theatre located at 13 Campbell Street, Haymarket, Sydney, Australia. The site of the Capitol Theatre has provided entertainment to the people of Sydney since the early 19th century when this piece of land was used by early settlers as a market place for produce and hay, giving this area its name “Haymarket”. The building initially functioned as a fruit and vegetable market called "Belmore Markets" which in 1912 were moved to another location. In 1995, Capitol Theatre underwent a massive 2 year reconstruction costing over $30 million. Since 1995, the theatre has been host to many world class productions.


Chinatown & the Chinese Garden of Friendship

Sydney's Chinatown is an urban locality in the southern part of the Sydney central business district. It is located in Haymarket, between Central Station and Darling Harbour. It is Australia's largest Chinatown. The Chinese Garden of Friendship is a Chinese garden in Chinatown. Modelled on the typical private gardens of the Ming Dynasty, the garden offers an insight into Chinese heritage and culture.


Darling Harbour

Darling Harbour is a large recreational and pedestrian precinct that is situated on western outskirts of the Sydney central business district. Originally Long Cove, the locality extends northwards from Chinatown, along both sides of Cockle Bay to Darling Harbour wharf on the east, and to the suburb of Pyrmont on the west. Cockle Bay is just one of the waterways that makes up Darling Harbour, which opens north into the much larger Port Jackson. The Darling Harbour precinct is home to a number of major public facilities and attractions, including Harbourside Shopping Centre, Cockle Bay Wharf, Sydney Entertainment Centre, Paddy's Markets, Chinese Garden of Friendship, Tumbalong Park, Darling Quarter Playground, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Australian National Maritime Museum, SS South Steyne, The Star Casino and Entertainment Complex, The Darling Hotel & Spa, Powerhouse Museum, Sydney Aquarium, Madame Tussauds, Sydney Wildlife World, Aboriginal Centre, and the International Convention Centre Sydney (ICC Sydney).


Hunter Valley

The Hunter Valley, is a region extending from approximately 120km (75mi) to 310km (193mi) north of Sydney. It contains the Hunter River and is one of the largest river valleys on the NSW coast, most commonly known for its wineries. This major tourist destination is the 6th most visited place in Australia attracting more than 2.5 million people annually. Pokolbin is the centre of the Hunter Valley wine country, located between the towns of Cessnock and Branxton. Much of the rolling countryside around Pokolbin is under vine with the traditional varieties Shiraz and Semillon as well as extensive plantings of Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon and small quantities of Pinot noir. The Pokolbin area has a large number of vineyards, restaurants, shops, golf courses and country guesthouses. Other parts of the valley including the Wollombi Valley, Broke Fordwich and Mount View subregions.


Jervis Bay

Jervis Bay territory and the stunning Hyams beach is a 102-square-kilometre (39 sq mi) oceanic bay approximately 2 hours south of Sydney, and is said to possess the whitest sand in the world! A 70-square-kilometre (27 sq mi) area of land around the southern headland of the bay is the Jervis Bay Territory, comprising the Australian Navy base -HMAS Creswell, the Jervis Bay Village and Greenpatch Point. A weekend is recommended but if you only have a day set off early, enjoy the beautiful drive down, and spend your day relaxing on the beach. The beach cafe has some delicious lunch dishes, and you could even stop in for a cheeky wine tasting at Silos Estate Vineyard in Berry on the way home or at the aptly named Treat Factory.


Manly Ferry & Manly Beach

Travelling to Manly from Sydney's main ferry terminal, Circular Quay, takes 30 minutes by public ferry. There is also the option of a private ferry from Circular Quay to Manly (and back) between Monday and Saturday.The ferry services covers the width and breadth of Sydney Harbour, making it one of the most popular methods for exploring the many interesting and diverse locations and attractions that Sydney has to offer. Manly Beach is a beach situated among the Northern Beaches of Sydney. Within walking distance of Manly Beach along the oceanway is Fairy Bower and Shelley Beach. There are shops, restaurants, night clubs, and bars to explore as well as beautiful scenery.


Queen Victoria Building

The Queen Victoria Building (or QVB), is a late nineteenth-century building designed by the architect George McRae in the central business district of Sydney, Australia. The Romanesque Revival building was constructed between 1893 and 1898 and is 30m (98 ft) wide by 190m (620 ft) long. The building fills a city block bounded by George, Market, York and Druitt Streets. Designed as a marketplace, it was used for a variety of other purposes, underwent re-modelling and suffered decay until its restoration and return to its original use in the late twentieth century. It is one of Sydney’s most stylish and celebrated shopping experiences.


Royal Botanic Gardens

The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney is a major botanical garden located in the heart of Sydney. Opened in 1816, the garden is the oldest scientific institution in Australia and one of the most important historic botanical institutions in the world. It is open every day of the year and access is free. Its stunning position on Sydney Harbour and immediately adjacent to the Sydney CBD, the Sydney Opera House and the large public parklands of The Domain ensure it is one of the most visited attractions in Sydney.


Royal National Park

Whether you’re into strolling, hiking, swimming, cycling, surfing, rowing, nudist beaches, aboriginal art, whale watching or just chilling with a picnic, the Royal National Park has it all. Sydney’s heritage-listed Royal National Park is affectionately known to locals as the ‘Nasho’ or just ‘the Royal’. Established in 1879, it’s the world's second-oldest national park. It features unique heritage attractions, along with fascinating plants, birds and animals. Perfect for bushwalking, cycling, surfing, picnicking or whale watching, this diverse park offers everything from beaches to rainforest. Located near Cronulla within an hour’s drive from both the Sydney CBD and Wollongong, the 16,000ha Royal National Park is like a big beautiful backyard.


Sea Life Sydney Aquarium

Sea Life Sydney Aquarium, located on the eastern (city) side of Darling Harbour to the north of the Pyrmont Bridge, contains a large variety of Australian aquatic life, displaying more than 700 species comprising more than 13,000 individual fish and other sea and water creatures from most of Australia's water habitats. Additionally, the aquarium features 14 themed zones including Jurassic Seas, Discovery Rockpool, Shark Walk, and the world’s largest Great Barrier Reef display.


Spectacular Walking Trails

Sydney is the perfect city for walking, with its spectacular coastline and iconic beaches such as Bondi and Manly, sparkling Sydney Harbour and enchanting national parks. The beautiful Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk winds past beaches and parks, a 6km trail of coastal path at the edge of Sydney's eastern suburbs that can be done at a leisurely pace, with easy variations on the length you wish to walk. Other popular coastal walks include the Federation Cliff Walk from Dover Heights to Watsons Bay, which features views of Australia’s oldest lighthouse. The Manly to Spit Bridge Walk, a 10km path along Manly’s aptly-named Scenic Walkway, is another stunning walk.


Sydney - Overview

Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales and the most populous city in Australia and Oceania. Located on Australia's east coast, the metropolis surrounds the world's largest natural harbour, and sprawls towards the Blue Mountains to the west. Sydney is the second official seat and second official residence of the Governor-General of Australia and the Prime Minister of Australia. Sydney is a breathtakingly spectacular city, making it one of the world’s most popularly visited destinations.


Sydney Observatory

Sydney Observatory is located on a hill now known as Observatory Hill in the centre of Sydney. The site evolved from a fort built on 'Windmill Hill' in the early 19th century to an astronomical observatory during the nineteenth century. It is now a working museum where evening visitors can observe the stars and planets through a modern 40cm Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope and a historic 29cm refractor telescope built in 1874, the oldest telescope in Australia in regular use.


Sydney Opera House

The Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing arts centre in Sydney. It is one of the 20th century's most famous and distinctive buildings, positioned prominently on Bennelong Point in central Sydney Harbour. In 2007, the Sydney Opera House became a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Though its name suggests a single venue, the building comprises multiple performance venues which together are among the busiest performing arts centres, hosting well over 1,500 performances annually. Performances are presented by numerous performing artists, including four resident companies: Opera Australia, The Australian Ballet, the Sydney Theatre Company and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. More than eight million people visit the site annually, and approximately 350,000 visitors take a guided tour of the building each year.


Sydney Tower

Sydney Tower is Sydney's tallest structure and the third tallest observation tower in the Southern Hemisphere. The name Sydney Tower has become common in daily usage, however the tower has been known as the Sydney Tower Eye, AMP Tower, or Centrepoint Tower. The Sydney Tower is a member of the World Federation of Great Towers. The tower stands 309m (1,014ft) above the CBD, located on Market Street, between Pitt and Castlereagh Streets. The tower is open to the public, and is one of the most prominent tourist attractions in the city.


Taronga Zoo

Taronga Zoo is the city zoo of Sydney, and is located on the shores of Sydney Harbour in the suburb of Mosman. It was officially opened on 7 October 1916. Taronga Zoo is managed by the Zoological Parks Board of New South Wales, under the trading name Taronga Conservation Society, along with its sister zoo, the Taronga Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo. Divided into eight zoogeographic regions, the 21-hectare (52-acre) Taronga Zoo is home to over 4,000 animals of 340 species. It has a zoo shop, a cafe, and information centre. The Giraffe House is a photographic hotspot, being one of the most spectacular vantage points to view the Sydney CBD and surrounding harbour.


The Rocks

The Rocks is an urban locality, tourist precinct and historic area of Sydney's city centre. It is located on the southern shore of Sydney Harbour, immediately north-west of the Sydney central business district. Filled with beautiful shops, restaurants, historic pubs, galleries and quirky businesses, The Rocks also has an amazing weekend market. Some of Sydney’s most impressive hotels and restaurants are located in The Rocks, as are Sydney’s passenger docks for commercial cruise ships and harbour sailing.


Whale Watching

Sydney offers countless great places to watch migrating whales as they pass by Australia’s largest city and its surrounding coastline. The natural and cultural beauty of the iconic city makes Sydney Harbour National Park a great base to enjoy swimming, surfing, bushwalking and picnicking while you watch these extraordinary creatures.


< Brisbane Tour

Join an Australian Pacific Coach to drive to Brisbane to view the city of Brisbane from both land and water. Travel through the city centre and past historic sandstone buildings taking in the atmosphere of Brisbane. See South Bank Parklands and visit Mt Coot-tha for a view of the city skyline. Cruise along the Brisbane River and visit Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary.

< Gold Coast - Overview

The Gold Coast is spread along a 42 kilometre (approx 26 miles) coastline and adjacent to the hinterland. No other place can boast a region so beautiful and diverse, with a glorious, year round climate that dictates an easy, carefree pace of life. A modern city sprawl nestled between mountain ranges and the warm blue waters of the Pacific Ocean… a fascinating combination of sophisticated city, beautiful white beaches, dazzling night life and cosmopolitan restaurants, sporting and leisure facilities.

< O'Reilly's & Mt. Tamborine

Join an Australian Pacific coach to visit the lush hinterland, journeying from the white sands of the Gold Coast to the rich natural beauty of the mountains. See Mt Tamborine and O'Reilly's Mountain Retreat, hand feed colourful native birds and walk through the dense rainforest canopy along a suspended treetop boardwalk.
Brisbane Tour

Join an Australian Pacific Coach to drive to Brisbane to view the city of Brisbane from both land and water. Travel through the city centre and past historic sandstone buildings taking in the atmosphere of Brisbane. See South Bank Parklands and visit Mt Coot-tha for a view of the city skyline. Cruise along the Brisbane River and visit Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary.


Gold Coast - Overview

The Gold Coast is spread along a 42 kilometre (approx 26 miles) coastline and adjacent to the hinterland. No other place can boast a region so beautiful and diverse, with a glorious, year round climate that dictates an easy, carefree pace of life. A modern city sprawl nestled between mountain ranges and the warm blue waters of the Pacific Ocean… a fascinating combination of sophisticated city, beautiful white beaches, dazzling night life and cosmopolitan restaurants, sporting and leisure facilities.


O'Reilly's & Mt. Tamborine

Join an Australian Pacific coach to visit the lush hinterland, journeying from the white sands of the Gold Coast to the rich natural beauty of the mountains. See Mt Tamborine and O'Reilly's Mountain Retreat, hand feed colourful native birds and walk through the dense rainforest canopy along a suspended treetop boardwalk.


< Afternoon Wine Tour

An afternoon to visit, the Sunshine Coast's wineries region, only a short drive from Noosa. You will visit two wineries where you can taste over 19 local and regional wines. The Sunshine Coast wineries region produces premium wines from boutique wineries and vineyards. The local conditions produce award winning varietal wines such as Chambourcin, Verdelho and Shiraz. Also visit the Australian Nougat Company factory where you can indulge your taste buds in the sweet taste of Macadamia Bliss nougat.

< Eumundi Markets and Wine Tour

A visit to Eumundi Markets is an absolute must. The sleepy historic town of Eumundi is transformed every Wednesday and Saturday into a bright and colourful maze of over 300 market stalls. This outdoor market has an enormous range of locally produced art, food and clothing plus street entertainers. The markets are a great place to find the perfect souvenir to remind you of your Sunshine Coast holiday. After browsing through the markets and taking in the atmosphere, you can spend extra time at Eumundi, or be taken to Noosa for free time, before commencing the Afternoon Wine Tasting Tour. You will enjoy a lovely afternoon visiting the Sunshine Coast's wineries region, only a short drive from Noosa. You will visit two wineries where you can taste over 19 local and regional wines. The Sunshine Coast wineries region produces premium wines from boutique wineries and vineyards. The local conditions produce award winning varietal wines such as Chambourcin, Verdelho and Shiraz. Also visit the Australian Nougat Company factory where you can indulge your taste buds in the sweet taste of Macadamia Bliss nougat.

< Sunshine Coast - Overview

Noosa is the most northerly resort community of the Sunshine Coast and arguably the most well-known holiday accommodation destination. The Sunshine Coast extends from Peregian Beach to Noosaville on the banks of the Noosa River and includes the localities of Marcus Beach, Sunrise Beach, Sunshine Beach, and Noosa Heads; Noosa Head’s communities consist of Little Cove (bordering on Noosa National Park), Hastings Street (the boutique resort street), Noosa Sound and Noosa Junction (the principal commercial area) and Noosa Hill (extensive views of Laguna Bay and Noosa river estuary).
Afternoon Wine Tour

An afternoon to visit, the Sunshine Coast's wineries region, only a short drive from Noosa. You will visit two wineries where you can taste over 19 local and regional wines. The Sunshine Coast wineries region produces premium wines from boutique wineries and vineyards. The local conditions produce award winning varietal wines such as Chambourcin, Verdelho and Shiraz. Also visit the Australian Nougat Company factory where you can indulge your taste buds in the sweet taste of Macadamia Bliss nougat.


Eumundi Markets and Wine Tour

A visit to Eumundi Markets is an absolute must. The sleepy historic town of Eumundi is transformed every Wednesday and Saturday into a bright and colourful maze of over 300 market stalls. This outdoor market has an enormous range of locally produced art, food and clothing plus street entertainers. The markets are a great place to find the perfect souvenir to remind you of your Sunshine Coast holiday. After browsing through the markets and taking in the atmosphere, you can spend extra time at Eumundi, or be taken to Noosa for free time, before commencing the Afternoon Wine Tasting Tour. You will enjoy a lovely afternoon visiting the Sunshine Coast's wineries region, only a short drive from Noosa. You will visit two wineries where you can taste over 19 local and regional wines. The Sunshine Coast wineries region produces premium wines from boutique wineries and vineyards. The local conditions produce award winning varietal wines such as Chambourcin, Verdelho and Shiraz. Also visit the Australian Nougat Company factory where you can indulge your taste buds in the sweet taste of Macadamia Bliss nougat.


Sunshine Coast - Overview

Noosa is the most northerly resort community of the Sunshine Coast and arguably the most well-known holiday accommodation destination. The Sunshine Coast extends from Peregian Beach to Noosaville on the banks of the Noosa River and includes the localities of Marcus Beach, Sunrise Beach, Sunshine Beach, and Noosa Heads; Noosa Head’s communities consist of Little Cove (bordering on Noosa National Park), Hastings Street (the boutique resort street), Noosa Sound and Noosa Junction (the principal commercial area) and Noosa Hill (extensive views of Laguna Bay and Noosa river estuary).


< Tasmania - Sightseeing

Tasmania is synonymous with wine making. Seven of Australia’s best cool climate vineyards are within close proximity of Barnbougle. Pipers Brook is world renowned for its premium cool climate. Just next door is Jansz, home to one of Australia’s most popular sparkling wines. Across the road is Dalrymple Vineyard and other nearby vineyards include Delamere, Brook Eden, Clover Hill and Bay of Fires.

Bridestowe, the Southern Hemisphere’s largest Lavender Farm is only 25 minutes away with a gift shop and interpretive farm tours.

A scenic 75 minute drive from Barnbougle is the city of Launceston. In Launceston you can take a walk around the spectacular Cataract Gorge (complete with its own chairlift), explore the Seaport Boardwalk and its cafes, and visit a number of museums and art galleries. And not far out of town, you’ll find the Treetop Adventures at Hollybank. A terrific winery to visit in Launceston is Josef Chromy.

< King Island - General

Tasmania is home to King Island, which is located in the middle of the Bass Strait approximately 200 miles south of Melbourne. King Island is known for its two outstanding golf courses, Cape Wickham Links and Ocean Dunes, as well as its excellent cheese, dairy products, beef and lamb. Make time to stop at King Island Dairy which from King Island Airport is 10 minutes up North Road on the way to Cape Wickham. The town of Currie (5 minutes south of the airport) is worth a brief visit, and if time permits, check out the King Island Golf & Bowling Club. Flights to and from King Island are limited and often are cancelled or rescheduled, so please set you expectations appropriately as it relates to the rest of your trip.

Tasmania - Sightseeing

Tasmania is synonymous with wine making. Seven of Australia’s best cool climate vineyards are within close proximity of Barnbougle. Pipers Brook is world renowned for its premium cool climate. Just next door is Jansz, home to one of Australia’s most popular sparkling wines. Across the road is Dalrymple Vineyard and other nearby vineyards include Delamere, Brook Eden, Clover Hill and Bay of Fires.

Bridestowe, the Southern Hemisphere’s largest Lavender Farm is only 25 minutes away with a gift shop and interpretive farm tours.

A scenic 75 minute drive from Barnbougle is the city of Launceston. In Launceston you can take a walk around the spectacular Cataract Gorge (complete with its own chairlift), explore the Seaport Boardwalk and its cafes, and visit a number of museums and art galleries. And not far out of town, you’ll find the Treetop Adventures at Hollybank. A terrific winery to visit in Launceston is Josef Chromy.


King Island - General

Tasmania is home to King Island, which is located in the middle of the Bass Strait approximately 200 miles south of Melbourne. King Island is known for its two outstanding golf courses, Cape Wickham Links and Ocean Dunes, as well as its excellent cheese, dairy products, beef and lamb. Make time to stop at King Island Dairy which from King Island Airport is 10 minutes up North Road on the way to Cape Wickham. The town of Currie (5 minutes south of the airport) is worth a brief visit, and if time permits, check out the King Island Golf & Bowling Club. Flights to and from King Island are limited and often are cancelled or rescheduled, so please set you expectations appropriately as it relates to the rest of your trip.


< Hamilton Island - Overview

On Hamilton Island, you’ll never find yourself short of things to do, with a huge number of daily activities and entertainment options. If you’re in the mood for relaxing, you can lounge by one of the many island pools, enjoy a massage or spa treatment, indulge in some renowned food and wine, browse some of the local boutiques, or simply explore the island in your golf buggy and enjoy the spectacular views at every turn. You can also explore the magnificent Whitsundays and Great Barrier Reef and Whitehaven Beach in a way that suits you; via helicopter, seaplane or yacht, or one of our popular catamaran tours.   
 
If you’re feeling more energetic, you can choose from over 60 exciting activities: explore some of the island’s walking trails, utilise the watersports equipment on Catseye Beach, and much more.

Hamilton Island - Overview

On Hamilton Island, you’ll never find yourself short of things to do, with a huge number of daily activities and entertainment options. If you’re in the mood for relaxing, you can lounge by one of the many island pools, enjoy a massage or spa treatment, indulge in some renowned food and wine, browse some of the local boutiques, or simply explore the island in your golf buggy and enjoy the spectacular views at every turn. You can also explore the magnificent Whitsundays and Great Barrier Reef and Whitehaven Beach in a way that suits you; via helicopter, seaplane or yacht, or one of our popular catamaran tours.   
 
If you’re feeling more energetic, you can choose from over 60 exciting activities: explore some of the island’s walking trails, utilise the watersports equipment on Catseye Beach, and much more.




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    Scotland
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