Australia is a magnificent country offering culture, history, and an abundance of natural flora and fauna.
The city of Sydney is known for its world-class attractions and cosmopolitan lifestyle.
As you can see from the information and attractions below, each city, state and territory has something unique and special to offer!
The sweeping white-sand crescent of Bondi is one of Australia’s most iconic beaches. Reliable waves draw surfers while hardy locals swim in the Icebergs ocean pool year-round. Walkers and joggers use the clifftop Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk, with its dramatic scenery.
Sydney Harbour Bridge
The Sydney Harbour Bridge, fondly referred to as ‘The Coathanger’ by locals, is the widest single span bridge in the world. Positioned across Sydney’s breathtaking natural harbour, Sydney Harbour Bridge can be driven and walked across, and
of course, climbed. BridgeClimb was voted the #1 Experience in Australia in 2017 by TripAdvisor so be sure you don’t miss out!
The Star Casino
The Star is the second largest casino in Australia. Overlooking Darling Harbour, The Star features two gaming floors, bars restaurants, a theatre and luxury accommodation.
The Star practises the responsible service of alcohol. Guests must be aged 18 years or over to enter the casino.
Sydney Opera House
Sydney is lucky enough to have two world-famous landmarks in close proximity. It’s distinctive sails are one of the city’s most iconic skyline features. Take a walk around, catch a show or enjoy the view from one of the amazing restaurants nearby. The views are spectacular at night and will create lasting memories during your trip ‘down under’.
Darling Harbour is a cultural Hub with something for everyone. Delicious food and a huge range of attractions are on offer, including SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, the Chinese Garden of Friendship and the National Martime Museum.
Sydney has some fantastic art galleries to explore, including the Museum of Contemporary Art in The Rocks and the Art Gallery of NSW in The Domain.
Explore the historic laneways of The Rocks in the shadow of Sydney Harbour Bridge. Purchase street food and handmade fashions at the Rocks Markets and afterwards enjoy some of Sydney’s oldest pubs and upscale restaurants, many with harbour views.
No visit to Australia is complete without getting up close and personal with some of our most loved creatures. See emus and kangaroos, snuggle a koala, view wombats and echidnas, and plenty more of the animals that call Australia home.
Enter another world just a couple of hours out of Sydney. Known for dramatic scenery, it encompasses steep cliffs, euca- lyptus forests, waterfalls and villages dotted with guesthouses, galleries and gardens. Key sights include the Three Sisters, Scenic Railway, Leura Cascades and Jenolan Caves. If you’re feeling particularly energetic, why not take it all in from some of the many bushwalks on offer.
Sydney Olympic Park
Sydney Olympic Park is a destination for all things entertain- ment, food, sports and family fun with 430 hectares of park- lands to explore! Wind your way through the impressive sport- ing venues built for the spectacular Sydney Olympics hosted in
2000. The Park is a great tourist attraction for the young and old with plenty to do and see!
Beautiful one day, perfect the next. Queensland is known for its warm, sunny climate and beautiful beaches. Experience the best of the reef and rainforest in Cairns, where you can enjoy the underwater delights of the Great Barrier Reef. Back on shore, take some time to appreciate the tropical lushness of the Daintree Rainforest. Of course, a trip to the sunny state wouldn’t be complete without the Gold Coast’s world famous beaches!
Melbourne’s vibrant laneway culture is easily explored on foot with an abundance of art, shopping and entertainment on offer. Leave the city behind to wind your way along the Great Ocean Road and visit Phillip Island for an encounter with some of Australia’s most special and unique animals – koalas, kangaroos, Tasmanian Devils and fur seals. At dusk, you can take in the penguin parade as they return to shore for the night.
Stop by the Adelaide Central Markets for some of the best food Australia has to offer. Take a short trip to Hahndorf, a small town known for its original German-style architecture and artisanal food, and enjoy the pleasures of the surrounding Adelaide Hills. Venture further afield along the food and wine trails in the Barossa and Clare Valley or go off the beaten track at Kangaroo Island.
Western Australia has something for everyone – from the Margaret River which is known for its craft breweries, boutiques and surrounding wineries and the World Heritage Listed Ningaloo Reef, through to Fremantle, a port city known for its maritime history, Victorian architecture and remnants from Australia’s days as a British penal colony. Make sure you take a few days to explore beautiful Rottnest Island!
Watch the ever-changing colours of Uluru from your camel as the sun sets and discover the cultural and spiritual significance of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Swim beneath cascading falls in the Litchfield National Park or, if you’re particularly adventurous, join a cruise to spot saltwater crocodiles.
Tasmania abounds with delicious food, beautiful coastlines and some of Australia’s most fascinating historical sites. Visit the famous Salamanca Markets and Farm Gate Markets (be sure to taste Tasmania’s popular scallop pie!). A nature lover’s delight; ‘must do’ activities include hiking to the stunning Wineglass Bay Lookout in Freycinet National Park and cruising Bruny Island’s coastline. History lovers will appreciate the eerie but beautiful Port Arthur Historic Site.