If you’re looking for the ultimate Australian exploration, look no further. This incredible trip takes you to some of the best destinations in Australia. From Melbourne and Adelaide to Uluru National Park and Port Douglas, you’ll get to explore some of the country’s most beautiful spots!
Our clients started on the picturesque Great Ocean Road, one of Australia’s most spectacular drives. It runs along Victoria’s coastline, providing stunning views of beaches and cliffs as you travel between Apollo Bay and Torquay. Some popular stops include London Bridge Archway near Lorne and The Twelve Apostles near Port Campbell National Park. After the Great Ocean Road, our clients made their way to Adelaide, the city of churches, culture, and food. It’s a great place to visit in winter, with temperatures around 20 degrees. Explore many beautiful parks and gardens, and perhaps find a traditional Australian meat pie or sausage roll to enjoy while you stroll!
Uluru or Ayers Rock as it’s more commonly known is a huge sandstone rock formation that juts out of the desert and looms above everything around it. Uluru National Park was added to UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1986 because of its cultural significance to Indigenous Australians, who believe Ulurus holds spiritual powers which can be passed down through generations or used by other tribes if needed (this is called ‘tjukurrpa’ in Pitjantjatjara). The park also contains ancient paintings created by Aboriginal artists over thousands of years ago.
From desert to beach, we head to Port Douglas, a tropical paradise. The town is located on the coast of the Coral Sea, but there are plenty of opportunities for land activities as well. Cairns also has some exciting things to offer visitors who want more than just relaxation: it’s home to an incredible aquarium where you can see marine life up close. Spend some time at the Great Barrier Reef and Daintree National Park, the Great Barrier Reef is one of the most famous natural wonders in the world. It’s home to thousands of species, including sharks and dolphins. The reef itself is made up of coral, which can grow up to 40 feet tall and live for hundreds or thousands of years. The Daintree National Park is located along Australia’s northeastern coast near Port Douglas and Cairns (two popular cities). It’s known for its tropical rainforests as well as its wildlife like crocodiles, koalas and more!
You’ll enjoy the sights of Surfers Paradise and the Gold Coast. You can take a stroll down Cavill Avenue or visit the famous theme park Dreamworld. Byron Bay: Byron Bay is one of Australia’s most popular tourist destinations, known for its pristine beaches, relaxed lifestyle and surf culture. The Blue Mountains: This region offers spectacular views of bushland dotted with eucalyptus trees as well as gorges carved by rivers flowing down from nearby mountains into valleys below Sydney Harbour: One of Australia’s oldest cities.
Australia is a diverse country, with a lot of iconic destinations. This bespoke trip included all of them! This trip (or your own like it!) is a great way to see Australia for the first time or for those who want to experience it again in a new way.