If you’re looking for inspiration for your next trip and are wondering where to go in Australia, our team of experts is here to help. There is no doubt that Australia is a beautiful country, but it is also vast and has so much to offer that it can be difficult knowing where to begin. Australia is brimming with amazing opportunities and destinations, all waiting to be discovered, so let us help you decide which of these holiday destinations in Australia is right for your trip so you can start making memories to last a lifetime.
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Western Australia boasts a rugged and unspoilt beauty unlike anywhere else in the world. From the Kimberley to the Margaret River Region, in Western Australia you’ll experience landscapes unlike any you have ever seen before. This vast state is also packed full of native wildlife, from the adorable quokkas on Rottnest Island, to the gentle but giant whale sharks that migrate to Ningaloo Reef every year, creating truly once in a lifetime opportunities for you to experience.
If you are looking for rich and diverse culture, one of the best places to visit in Australia is the Northern Territory. Aboriginal culture runs deep through the sacred lands of this region, and you’ll have the opportunity to see ancient cave paintings and stunning original native artwork. Who can forget that this territory is also home to the iconic Uluru (Ayers Rock), not only a unique natural beauty but also an incredible important cultural site for the aboriginal people.
There is so much on offer in South Australia. The bustling and friendly city of Adelaide with its wonderful markets and upbeat vibe is set between the coast and the rolling and lush Adelaide hills. Wine lovers will delight at this region, famous for its stunning vineyards and wineries and its reputation for world-class food and premium wines. This state is also home to the gem of Australia that is Kangaroo Island, a unique and stunning beauty that is sure to steal your heart with its rugged wilderness and long stretches of coastline.
All visitors to Tasmania return with tales of fabulous food, from small markets to gourmet culinary experiences. From foraging to fine vintages, there are tantalising treats for everyone with renowned cool climate wineries, artisan cheeseries, distilleries, oyster farms, local markets and historic country pubs.
The island’s unique history and culture provides a colourful backdrop for an abundance of creative talent. From small galleries to the world famous Museum of Old and New Art – MONA, in Hobart, boasts a rich range of art, music and craft.
Christmas Island stands over 350 metres above sea level and plunges steeply to a depth of 5000 metres, all within 5km of the islands shoreline. The Island has several plateaus all of different altitudes – think of it as looking like a layered wedding cake. The lower section consists of the Settlement and Kampong areas, joining a large steep hill towards Poon Saan, Silver City and Drumsite areas.
With 27 islands to choose from, it is no wonder that some of the top Cocos Island tourist attractions include various water sports such as kite surfing, wind surfing and of course traditional surfing. Even at the busiest times of the year the islands never become crowded which allow you plenty of room to learn the ropes, hone your skills and perfect your technique. You can also hire kayaks and stand up paddle boards, or get below the water to experience the phenomenal snorkelling on both coral reefs and wrecks which are brimming full of brightly coloured tropical fish. If you’d rather catch and eat your fish instead, the Cocos Keeling Islands also offer excellent fishing for bonefish, trevally, sailfish and tuna off the beach, jetty and boat.