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Australia. The great southern land that resides by its lonesome in the lower hemisphere is a place of vast desert beauty rimmed by lush forests and breathtaking coastlines.

Affectionately sounding like ‘Straya with the Aussie drawl, the land down under is a multicultural country famed for its friendly, laid back locals, its ancient Aboriginal heritage and its alluring beach scenes and outback wilderness.


South East Queensland, Wide Bay Burnett & The Darling Downs

Sitting in the northeast of the country is Australia’s second-largest state. Known as the Sunshine State, Queensland boasts many, many days of “bright, bright, bright sunshiny days”. Combined with its warm weather, iconic, long sandy beaches and its lush, hinterland rainforests, Queensland is an idyllic state for year-round exploration (and swimming), especially for those escaping the shiveringly cold winters of the southern states.

Discover Queensland.

New South Wales

Home to Australia’s most iconic buildings, such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House, New South Wales is much more than a world-class city. Boasting spectacular coastal cliffs, stunning mountain ranges and Australia highest peak in the spectacular Snowy Mountains, New South Wales caters to a variety of different adventures for every kind of explorer.

Northern Territory

Darwin & Kakadu

Sitting top and centre of Australia’s landmass is not just ancient beauty and an outback frontier. It’s also the gateway to the country’s indigenous history. Kakadu National Park and Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park are just a couple of places of significant cultural heritage that work as living cultural landscapes where outsiders can learn about the ongoing culture of the ancient Aboriginal traditions and way of life. Never has connecting the present to the past been so spiritual and beautiful.

Northern Territory.

Darwin, Kakadu, Katherine


Australia Gallery.

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