Discover the very best that Australia have to offer on one of our unique Guided Holiday experiences. You’ll be blown away by the mesmerizing beauty of these stunning places and their depth in culture. Our guided tours are led throughout by experienced Travel Directors and Driver Guides, so you’ll be able to delve into the regions you’re visiting and explore each destination’s incredible sights while all of your needs are taken care of on our coach tours.
One of the most iconic things you can see in a tour of Australia’s red centre is World Heritage listed Uluru, or Ayers Rock. Whether you’re watching the sunset at dusk or rising early to see first light pour over the stunning desert landscape, there’s no escaping this place’s magic. Uluru is also deeply significant to the Anangu people, the traditional Aboriginal owners of the region, and taking a tour of the red centre will teach you things about this ancient culture you wouldn’t learn anywhere else. 40 kilometres west of Uluru is Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), which is another culturally significant geological formation in the region – 36 rock domes that have weathered for more than 500 million years.
You’ll also want to take a tour of Alice Springs, a town with a significant history as being established by early explorers who built a repeater station along the Overland Telegraph line in 1872 to relay messages from Darwin to Adelaide. There’s also Australia’s largest Aboriginal art gallery, Alice Springs Desert Park and camel rides into Palm Valley.
Thinking of taking a holiday to Tasmania? It’s a location unlike any other in the world and you’re not going to run out of things to do in Australia’s southernmost recognized land. If you’re looking for a day trip in Hobart, just taking in the local atmosphere or exploring its surrounding World Heritage protected rainforest is enough to make you fall in love with the place – you’ll be awe inspired by its combination of natural history and modern vibrancy. You also don’t want to miss Port Arthur. Taking a tour of this place’s iconic convict prisons will transport you back to the 1800s – a time in which around 12,500 convicts passed through the prison. There are guided walks through the facility and even a lantern lit ghost tour! Another couple of places you should definitely check out during your holiday in Tasmania are Russell Falls, St. Helens, Launceston, Tamar Valley and many, many more. So if you’re here for a while, or just for a day trip, there’s an abundance of awesome things to see and do in Tasmania.