Australia

Self-drive and guided tours covering the length and breadth of Australia, from the famous coastal cities of Melbourne, Sydney and Perth to the remote Red Centre and wild Tasmania.

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Australia Holidays

From the Great Barrier Reef in the north to the Great Ocean Road in the south, Australia is a continent in itself, a vast land of staggering diversity that can be explored in so many different ways.

At the summit of Mt Stanley

The entire trip ran like clockwork and everything exceeded our expectations.

Reggie and Greg

Australia By Region

Australian Capital Territory

Australia’s low-key capital, Canberra, is a planned city with lots of parkland and beautiful bushland surroundings. Be sure to visit in the spring, when the Commonwealth Gardens spring to life and the....

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New South Wales

Modern Australia was birthed in New South Wales, which remains to this day the country's most populous state. Sydney, with its seemingly endless suburban sprawl, dominates the map, but there's more to....

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Northern Territory

The Northern Territory is Australia’s wildest state, and has a huge amount to offer both nature lovers and adventure enthusiasts. Learn more about the country's earliest inhabitants in the Red Centre,....

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Queensland

Queensland, aka the 'Sunshine state', is best known for its marvellous coastline, but there's more to this state than its beaches, stunning though they are. Brisbane is a lively city that provides acc....

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South Australia

South Australia is a land of contrasts. Metropolitan Adelaide, with its lively centre and bustling market, is a tribute to modern Australia, while the old heritage town of Coober Pedy, famed for its o....

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Tasmania

The little island of Tasmania is well-known for being home to some of Australia’s most dazzling natural attractions, though its stunning lakes, beaches and mountains call to mind the landscapes of New....

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Victoria

Victoria is one of Australia's most diverse and beautiful states. It has a thriving urban and cultural centre in the form of Melbourne, while just a short distance from the city, the Grampians offer s....

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Western Australia

Encompassing almost one third of the Australian landmass, Western Australia is by some measure the country's largest state. A land of immense dimensions and spectacular diversity, it is notable for bo....

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Our Australia Itineraries

The Best of Western Australia

Experience the best that Western Australia has to offer, from the lively urban centres of Fremantle and Perth to the beautiful Margaret River Wine Valley and the stunning Coral Coast. This 5-day self-drive holiday can also be extended to include a guided walking tour of the south-western coast.

Destination

  • Australia

Experience

  • Self-drive Holidays
  • Cultural Holidays
  • Honeymoons and Weddings

Prices from£1085 pp

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Australia Family Holiday

This two-week guided Australia holiday is full of activities for families. Climb the harbour bridge in Sydney; explore stunning Aboriginal rock art sites in the Red Centre; search for koala and kangaroo in the wild; and glide through the trees in Daintree Rainforest. The itinerary also aims to provide a detailed overview of Australia's core regions and can easily be adapted to suit older travellers.

Destination

  • Australia

Experience

  • Family Travel

Prices from£3975 pp

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Southern Stars - Tasmania, Melbourne and Sydney

Explore the best of Southern Australia, including the lively coastal cities of Melbourne and Sydney, the historic attractions of Tasmania, and the natural splendour of the Grampians and the Great Ocean Road. Accommodation throughout is in boutique hotels and beautiful country retreats.

Destination

  • Australia

Experience

  • Family Travel
  • Cultural Holidays
  • Self-drive Holidays

Prices from£3050 pp

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The Red Centre & Top of Australia

Venture into Australia's Red Centre and its northernmost wilderness parks on this 12-day tour. You'll visit the geological marvel, and Aboriginal landmark, that is Uluru; travel on the Ghan train to Australia's geographic centre at Alice Springs; and explore the country's largest National Park, rough and rugged Kakadu.

Destination

  • Australia

Experience

  • Family Travel
  • Cultural Holidays
  • Train Journeys

Prices from£2695 pp

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Wildlife, Beach and Sydney

This two-week, part-guided, part self-drive Australia tour focuses on the cultural and scenic highlights of the country's eastern and southern regions, including the Coral Sea, the Great Barrier Reef, Kangaroo Island, and the Atherton Tablelands.

Destination

  • Australia

Experience

  • Self-drive Holidays
  • Beach Holidays
  • Family Travel

Prices from£3695 pp

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Australia By Activity

Additional Information

Visa Requirements

With the exception of New Zealanders, all nationalities require a visa to enter Australia.

British passport holders can apply for a free eVisitor visa direct with the Australian dept. of Home Affairs. There is no charge or application fee, and the visa entitles you to stay in Australia for up to 90 days within a 12 month period. Visa applications typically take 48 hours to be processed, but we recommend applying in advance in case of delays.

Wedding in the Serengeti

All the planning and conversations we had prior to our trip proved to be invaluable.

Justin and Tracy