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Western Australia

Escape to spectacular Western Australia, the biggest and boldest of our backyards. From Perth, explore the Pinnacles, Kalbarri National Park, and the Coral Coast. Snorkel around Ningaloo Reef, see Monkey Mia’s dolphins at Shark Bay and stay at Eco Beach. Inland, seasonal wildflowers, mining towns and cattle stations await discovery.

View of rolling red clifs and forest, Western Australia

Karijini National Park

Visit one of Western Australia’s most spectacular parks. Karijini National Park offers boundless adventures, boasting spectacular hiking trails, ancient gorges, plunging waterfalls and scenic lookouts.
Three dolphins swimming in the shallows, Western Australia

Monkey Mia

The west coast’s Monkey Mia at Shark Bay is the best place to visit for dolphin encounters, where meeting the friendly local pod will be a highlight of your APT holiday.
Turtle swimming amongst coral, Australia

Ningaloo Reef

Swim with whale sharks, snorkel with sea turtles and discover technicolour coral clusters. World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef is an unmissable experience in Western Australia.

Explore the Kimberley

Answer the call of the Kimberley, a world away from it all with direct flights now making it easier to access than ever before. Beyond spinifex desert and secluded gorges, explore the Bungle Bungle Range, Mitchell Falls and El Questro Wilderness Park – the natural born heroes of this wilderness frontier.

Absorb the sights of the Kimberley Coast from your Small Ship Expedition Cruise

Kimberley Cruising

Take to the water and experience some of Australia’s most remote coastlines from a whole new perspective. Escape from the crowds. Leave all your worries on land.
Image of Bell Gorge waterfall, Kimberley

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, enjoy welcoming waterholes and get up close to the Bungle Bungle Range.

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View of Uluru, Northern Territory

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.
Explore the crystal clear waters of Great Barrier Reef.

Queensland

Journey to the tip of Cape York through the Daintree Rainforest, or discover the pioneering spirit of Australia through outback Queensland. Along the coast, explore the Great Barrier Reef and stay on World Heritage-listed islands in the Whitsundays.
Inside the ruin of a church at Port Arthur, Tasmania

Tasmania

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.