Few countries are as culturally rich or geographically blessed as the Land Down Under. Traverse the island nation from the remote Cape York Peninsula, down to the eucalypt forests of southern Tasmania, and prepare to be blown away by the landscapes that await. Think: pristine beaches, red deserts, cosmopolitan cities and remote outback plains. But Australia is much more than a hit-list of beautiful sights; in fact, the country hums with thousands of years of history and is home to one of the world’s oldest continuous civilisations.
Hit up Melbourne for your fill of top-notch food, courtesy of the multicultural population, or head to Sydney to tour iconic landmarks like the Harbour Bridge and Opera House. The other six states (and two territories) offer endless activities for inspired travellers. Your first trip around Australia won’t be your last.
Australia’s Top End, from the capital Darwin, across to Kakadu National Park and down to the Katherine area, is a land of unspoiled natural beauty waiting to be explored Australia’s Northern Territory (NT) is simply enormous. While it may look modest on a map, the NT is almost six times the size of the United Kingdom,...Read more
The arrival of Europeans and tourists in Central Australia disrupted tens of thousands of years of Anangu history, but 150 years later, there’s a new appreciation for traditional wisdom For anyone planning to visit Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park for the first time, there’s one thing you need to know about the experienc...Read more
Forget the idea of dusty red earth as far as the eye can see, the Central Australian landscape offers an extraordinary chance to see unique plants and animals Five seasons in one year With very little rainfall each year (just 291 mm on average), it would be easy to assume that semi-arid Central Australia has only one s...Read more