Australia

Region Guide

From the tropical beauty of the Northern Territory to the coastal charm of Perth, Australia showcases a remarkable blend of natural beauty, urban sophistication, and diverse ecosystems. Sydney, the iconic harbour city, dazzles with the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. Melbourne, a cultural hub, delights with arts and culinary scenes. The Great Barrier Reef off Queensland mesmerises with its underwater wonders. In the Red Centre, Uluru stands as a sacred monolith. The lush landscapes of Tasmania captivate, and the expansive Outback offers a unique desert experience. 

Australia's Regions

New South Wales

New South Wales is a southeastern Australian state, distinguished by its coastal cities and national parks. Sydney, its capital, is home to iconic structures such as the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge.

Northern Territory

The Northern Territory (aka NT) is a vast federal territory in Australia famed for its Outback desert landscapes. In the arid Red Centre lie the iconic sandstone monolith Uluru (Ayers Rock), the red-rock domes of Kata Tjuta and the sculpted cliffs of Kings Canyon in Watarrka National Park.

Queensland

Queensland is an Australian state covering the continent’s northeast, with a coastline stretching nearly 7,000km. Its offshore Great Barrier Reef, the world’s largest coral reef system, hosts thousands of marine species.

South Australia

South Australia is a state defined by extreme wilderness. It’s home to the 100km-long Bunda Cliffs facing the Great Australian Bight, the empty expanse of the arid Nullarbor Plain and the red dunes of the Simpson Desert.

Tasmania

Tasmania, an isolated island state off Australia’s south coast, is known for its vast, rugged wilderness areas, largely protected within parks and reserves. On the Tasman Peninsula, the 19th-century Port Arthur penal settlement is now an open-air museum.

Victoria

With the foodie, cultural and sports-loving city of Melbourne as its hub, experience Victoria’s diverse adventures all within just a few hours drive. Enjoy intimate encounters with Australian wildlife, one of the world’s great coastal drives, beautiful gardens and relaxing mineral springs, plus superb food, wine and coffee throughout the state.

Western Australia

Western Australia, covering the entire western third of the country, is made up mostly of the arid Outback. Its population is concentrated in its fertile southwest corner, home to the Margaret River wine region and the riverside capital, Perth.

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