Coffin Bay Oysters | South Australia
Spirit of the Wild | Tasmania
Bungle Bungles Sunset Drinks
Discover Australia's Unique Experiences
Take a mildly challenging but thoroughly awe-inspiring walk to the tip of the peninsula to experience being at the Australian mainland’s most northerly point. Take in the stunning vistas over the Torres Strait, then afterwards, take to the skies as you embark on a scenic helicopter flight over the tip of Cape York.
Savour a visit to St Hugo Wines in the Barossa Valley. Sample wines, guided by an expert team member, and then take a stroll through the Kitchen Garden with executive chef Nik Tucker, to explain St Hugo’s food philosophy and how the garden produce is used. This is followed by a two-course lunch with paired wines.
Zodiac Ride to King George Falls
Ride aboard a Zodiac to approach King George Falls, which plunges 80 metres over a sandstone cliff. Edge closer to this epic cascade and learn how it turns to a raging torrent during the monsoonal wet season.
Admire Bigge Island Rock Art
Bigge Island is renowned for its Indigenous rock art, found scattered in caves throughout the island. Step ashore and wander through the caves to see examples of first-contact art created by the Wunambal people.
Explore Montgomery Reef
An exhilarating Zodiac excursion brings you up close to one of nature’s most magical disappearing acts. See the reef rise from the ocean as the surrounding tidal waters recede.
Zebedee Natural Hot Springs
Head to Zebedee Springs, a permanent natural thermal spring tucked away in a secluded pocket of El Questro National Park. Relax as you soak in the hot springs and leave feeling refreshed. View Featured Trip.
Bungle Bungle Range Sunset
During your time in Purnululu National Park, watch the sunset over the Bungle Bungle Range – with a glass of bubbly in hand, of course. Enjoy unparalleled views of the beehive domes as they transform during golden hour. View Featured Trip.
Mitchell Plateau Rock Art
Step back in time as you explore the remarkable Wandjina and Gwion Gwion Indigenous rock art galleries of the Mitchell Plateau. Some of the Kimberley’s incredible rock paintings date back over 17,000 years. View Featured Trip.
Willie Creek Pearl Farm
Located on the edge of the mangrove-lined tidal estuary of Willie Creek about 40 minutes north of Broome, the farm’s award-winning tour takes you on a journey through the pearling process from shell to showroom and includes refreshments and a boat ride along Willie Creek to view live oysters, saltwater crocodiles and more. View Featured Trip.
Formed by some of the largest tidal movements in the world, the swirling waters of the Horizontal Falls are a natural phenomenon. Massive volumes of water squeeze through narrow cliff passages, with the rapid-like formations creating the unique sideways waterfall effect. View Featured Trip.
Ord River Cruise
Enjoy the dramatic Kimberley landscape on a relaxing cruise down the Ord River. You’ll learn about the incredible eco-systems created by the dam on this river and the wildlife that inhabits it. The river cruise explores the smaller river tributaries around the Carr Boyd Range and you’ll witness the sensational Kimberley colours change to a red sunset glow across the water. View Featured Trip.
New South Wales
Go on a journey through space and time to discover the constellations and stories behind the southern skies. Learn about the planets and gaze through a powerful telescope into the atmosphere above the Blue Mountains. View Featured Trip
Rick Stein at Bannisters Restaurant
Indulge in some of Australia’s best seafood at Rick Stein’s acclaimed restaurant at Bannisters in Port Stephens. Savour the flavours of fresh, local fish and enjoy the wine pairings that accompany each course, selected by the restaurant’s sommeliers. View Featured Trip
Sydney Dreamtime Walking Tour
Uncover the authentic history of the aboriginal people’s saltwater heritage with a leisurely guided walk around Sydney’s popular tourist spot, The Rocks. Be fascinated by the ecology, astronomy, marine biology and ancient indigenous wisdom that weaves itself throughout this area and the salt water people’s spiritual connection to the adjoining waterways. View Featured Trip.
Cruise Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge
Glide through the winding gorges of Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge and marvel at the centuries-old sandstone, shaped by nature. Capture a view of freshwater crocodiles and birdlife as you go. View Featured Trip
Sounds of Silence Dinner
Experience a magical evening under the stars at a memorable Sounds of Silence dinner. With Uluru visible in the distance and the iconic sound of a didgeridoo filling the atmosphere, toast the scene with a glass of bubbly and feast on a delicious bush tucker-inspired buffet as the Milky Way dazzles overhead. View Featured Trip
Field of Light
Marvel at the beauty of the world-renowned Field of Light installation as Uluru and the Red Centre transform at sunrise. Enjoy an incredible view over the thousands of coloured lights spreading out across the desert floor and watch as the illumination gives way to the day’s first light. View Featured Trip
Kings Canyon Rim Walk
Discover Kings Canyon on a challenging yet rewarding walk around the sandstone rim.Once you have ascended to the lookout, indulge in the magnificent vista of the canyon itself. View Featured Trip
Lost City Helicopter Flight
Board a helicopter and fly over the spectacular sandstone formations of the Lost City at Lorella Springs. See how the sunlight interacts with the unique shapes of stone, creating various shadows and auras. View Featured Trip
Darwin Sunset Dinner Cruise
Relax and enjoy spectacular sunset views from your beanbag chair on the bow while you savour a great local buffet meal prepared with fresh produce on the picturesque Darwin Sunset Dinner Cruise. The perfect way to end your day. View Featured Trip.
Tip of Cape York
Ascend to the tip of Cape York on a mildy challenging walk to experience standing on Australia's northernmost point and relish the view across Torres Strait. Afterwards, enjoy a helicopter flight for an aerial view of this remarkable location. View Featured Trip.
Spirit of Cairns Dinner Cruise
Board a catamaran and venture out to the Trinity Inlet on a relaxing sunset cruise accompanied with a glass of champagne. Savour a sumptuous dinner that includes fresh seafood. View Featured Trip.
Carnarvon National Park Scenic Flight
Enjoy a half-day exploration of this awe-inspiring park and see the sandstone cliffs of Carnarvon Gorge as well as various wildlife in the lush wilderness. View Featured Trip.
Undara Lava Tubes
Embark on an adventurous Archway Explorer tour of the Undara Lava Tubes and uncover a series of underground tunnels formed from a volcanic eruption thousands of years ago. View Featured Trip.
Traverse the notorious Bloomfield Track, one of Australia’s most well-known outback roads. Drive through dense sections of rainforest, tackling steep climbs and several challenging creek crossings. View Featured Trip.
Embark on the Ngadiku Dreamtime Gorge Walk and explore the beautiful Mossman Gorge in the Daintree National Park with local Indigenous guides. After a smoking ceremony, walk through gentle tracks that wind their way to significant cultural sites. View Featured Trip.
Cheese and Wine Tasting At Hidden Vale
Gather around the campfire at Spicers Hidden Vale for a special cheese and wine tasting experience. Indulge in a combination of Australianof Australian cheeses paired with wine, andwine and learn about their origins and why they make a perfect pair. View Featured Trip.
Rosebank Estate Paddock To Plate Dinner
Enjoy a special ‘paddock to plate’ dinner at the historic Rosebank Homestead Learn the incredible family stories of the McKenzie and Smith partnership era of Rosebank Station which all began with a 3,000 acre wedding gift in 1901 and grew into a 17,000 acre cattle and sheep station operation. View Featured Trip.
Enjoy a visit to Camden Park, a working, family-owned cattle station. On a personalised tour, you’ll be welcomed to the family’s historic homestead, famously visited by the Queen and Prince Philip during their 1970 royal tour, and you’ll also see the 100-year-old shearing shed. View Featured Trip.
Take in the grand scale of Wilpena Pound. Walk to one of the Pound’s many viewpoints and be awestruck by panoramic views at every angle of this 800-million-year-old landscape. View Featured Trip
Coffin Bay Oyster Tour
Cruise the waters of Coffin Bay and savour freshly shucked oysters straight from the ocean on an incredible oyster-tasting experience. Located on the southern tip of the Eyre Peninsula, this magnificent area is renowned for its pristine beaches, abundant wildlife and Australia’s best seafood. View Featured Trip
Seal Bay on Kangaroo Island
Australia’s third-largest island is home to an incredible array of native wildlife. Sometimes called a ‘zoo without fences,’ Kangaroo Island is a dream destination for nature lovers, the highlight of which is beautiful Seal Bay, home to a colony of Australian sea lions. Join a local guide and walk along the boardwalk that leads you into the heart of an Australian sea lion colony. View Featured Trip
Flight over Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre
Embark on an included scenic flight over the majestic Kati Thanda–Lake Eyre. See a bird’s-eye view of this beautiful location and witness a range of vibrant blue and pink hues. Even when dry, uncover the mesmerising geometric patterns of the bed. View Featured Trip
Dinner at Fino Seppeltsfield
Savour an exclusive dinner at Fino Seppeltsfield. Enjoy dining in their underground cellar as you indulge in a 6-course degustation meal. View Featured Trip
Behind the scenes at Adelaide Oval
Take a behind- the- scenes tour of the iconic Adelaide Oval which will have you captivated by the tales of history and sporting greats, as you look up at the 100-year-old heritage listed scoreboard and imagine what it would've been like to ‘take the stage’ on this famous hallowed ground. View Featured Trip
With heritage listed gardens, historical architecture and sweeping rural vistas, Anlaby is a destination stepped in history and tranquillity. Enjoy a guided tour of the Anlaby gardens and the homestead. Catch a sneak peek into the life of the servants when Anlaby was operating as one of the great South Australian rural homes of the Edwardian era. View Featured Trip.
Cruise the Gordon River
Witness the inimitable beauty of the Gordon River region from the comfort of the Captain’s Premier Upper Deck aboard the Spirit of the Wild. Enjoy an unforgettable cruise across Macquarie Harbour and into the dark waters of the mighty Gordon. View Featured Trip.
Cradle Mountain – Lake St Clair
Surrounded by ancient alpine forest, tranquil lakes and stirring natural beauty, Tasmania’s iconic Cradle Mountain is the centrepiece of a dazzlingly beautiful World Heritage-listed wilderness area. View Featured Trip.
Experience the grandeur of true Tasmanian wilderness on a walk through the immense Tarkine rainforest, the largest expanse of temperate rainforest in the southern hemisphere, taking in the Arthur River from Sumac Lookout. View Featured Trip.
Josef Chromy lunch
Sample some of Northern Tasmania’s finest wine before sitting down to a spectacular lunch showcasing exquisite local produce at the winery of a true Tasmanian icon, Josef Chromy. View Featured Trip.
Bridestowe Lavender Estate
Wander the fields and delight in sublime scenery at your every turn. Meander Bridestowe's extensive gardens, native vegetation and row after row of purple perfection before trying some lavender-infused fare. View Featured Trip.
Wineglass Bay Cruise
Discover the exquisite beauty of the Freycinet Peninsula's arresting cliffs, sea caves, remote coves and pristine beaches on an unforgettable Wineglass Bay cruise. View Featured Trip.
Tall Timbers Hotel dinner
Celebrate the delicious food and wine of Northern Tasmania at an exclusive dinner at the award-winning Tall Timbers Hotel in Smithton on the state’s rugged north-west coast. View Featured Trip.
Brash. Eclectic. Utterly unique. That’s MONA, Tasmania’s world-renowned, envelope-pushing Museum of Old and New Art located on the banks of the River Derwent, a short cruise from Hobart. Having undergone a recent major revamp, the museum is as fresh, thought-provoking and cheeky as ever, and remains a must-see Hobart attraction. View Featured Trip.
Experience a time-honoured tradition and let your senses lead the way through the famed Salamanca Market. For more than 50 years, Hobartians and visitors alike have flocked to the city’s historic waterfront area on Saturday mornings to find a bargain. Today, you’ll find over 300 stalls selling everything from handmade art to the finest local produce. View Featured Trip.