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Walking Holidays

Pull on your boots and head for spectacular scenery on a walking holiday along some of Australia and New Zealand’s favourite tracks. Wander off-course for picnics, swims and locally guided experiences. Put your feet up in comfortable eco cabins, luxury bush retreats or boutique lodges. And refuel on gourmet meals that honour the extraordinary local produce. There’s no better way to experience the heart and soul of a destination than by foot.

Walking Holidays Highlights

Aerial view of Bay of Fires, Tasmania

Bay of Fires Lodge

This magnificent lodge takes full advantage of its position right on the beaches of the Bay of Fires in north-eastern Tasmania. Soak in the outdoor hot tubs and enjoy a ‘long table’ dinner featuring fresh Tasmanian produce and wine.

Spicers Peak Lodge in Queensland

Spicers Peak Lodge

Backdropped by World Heritage-listed Main Range National Park, this award-winning luxury lodge is the place to stay along the Scenic Rim Trail. A highlight is dining at The Peak restaurant, awarded a Chef’s Hat for its exceptional use of Australian produce.

Views from the Queen Charlotte Walk in New Zealand

The Queen Charlotte Track

One of New Zealand’s premier walking tracks, this route reveals the stunning scenery of the Marlborough Sounds as it winds from coastal forest to bays and rocky ridges.

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Australia Trips

From the remote Kimberley and the tip of Cape York to the heart of the Red Centre and the natural wilderness of Tasmania, discover Australia with the experts.

Luxury Short Breaks

Treat yourself to a five-star extended stay in regions known for their outstanding food and wine, including Tasmania, the Barossa Valley and Margaret River.

Adventures in Nature

Reconnect with the world around you on a range of nature-based journeys. Discover ancient landscapes, go glamping or come nose to whisker with wildlife.