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South Australia

South Australia is a treasure trove of hidden wonders. Here you’ll find famous wine regions. Gastronomic delights and wildlife at Kangaroo Island. Picturesque landscapes of the Flinders Ranges. Roads leading into the outback. Indigenous Dreamtime stories. And shimmering opals discovered in Coober Pedy which have put this small, remote town on the map.  

Kangaroo Island

Enjoy a stay at the renowned Kangaroo Island off the coast of South Australia, where rugged landscapes and gourmet delights come together.

Wilpena Pound

South Australia’s outback wonders start with Wilpena Pound, a natural amphitheatre eight times the area of Uluru, located in the Flinders Ranges.

Coober Pedy

A small town buried deep in the outback, Coober Pedy is famous for its opals. Learn the history of opal mining at Umoona Opal Mine.

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Lake Eyre in flood

Lake Eyre

Lake Eyre, Australia’s largest salt lake, is spectacular year-round and an outback destination with so much more. Enjoy scenic flights over mirage-like salt flats. On rare occasions, floodwaters from Australia’s north transforms the normally dry Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre into a desert oasis, where everything comes to life.

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The Kimberley

Discover Australia’s last frontier, where fiery red landscapes and emerald flora are set off against cobalt skies. Explore secluded gorges that hide ancient Indigenous rock art, welcoming waterholes and get up close to the Bungle Bungle Range


Uncover Tasmania's historical, cultural and natural attractions. From the ruins of Port Arthur to the bustling Salamanca Market and the untouched wilderness of Freycinet National Park, your journey to Apple Isle is sure to be unforgettable.

Northern Territory

Known for its natural wonders and rich Indigenous history, explore the Red Centre Way, including Alice Springs, Kings Canyon and the iconic Uluru. In the Top End, explore Australia’s largest National Park, Kakadu.