Experience Australia

Australian experiences go beyond the outback and urban, and include gastronomic delights and beaches. The continent is full of incredible diversity in culture and landscape. However, planning your first trip does not have to be overwhelming. As you plan an unforgettable trip to discover the best places, events and experiences in each country, let your interests guide you. These are some ideas and itineraries that will inspire you to take your first trip down Under.


Australia’s creative and vibrant culinary culture is constantly evolving. The barbecue will always be the iconic food symbol, but Australia has become a vibrant hub for innovative and delicious cuisine. This foodie bucket list guide will take you to South Australia’s Fleurieu Peninsula and the Margaret River, where you can enjoy fine dining and Australian bush food.

This 14-day wilderness and dining itinerary is also available. This guide will take you to the best food and wine experiences in the southern part of Australia. It will show you how to taste your way through Melbourne’s bustling cafes and restaurants, and then on to the hidden gems of regional Victoria and Tasmania.

There are many exceptional wine regions in Australia. Wine lovers will be amazed by the breathtaking landscapes and unique varieties available at exceptional cellar doors in Australia, from the Hunter Valley, which is the oldest wine-producing region in the country, to Barossa Valley. For a memorable experience, read the guide to Australia’s top wineries for top-notch wines. This guide to Australia’s top breweries will lead you on a journey of discovery to the best craft breweries located in each city.


Australia is a young country with a modern culture, but it also has the oldest living culture in the world. Visitors can explore the history, art, and culture of Aboriginal Australia, as well as a wide range of museums, theatres, and musical events. This 10 day Sydney, Rock and Reef itinerary will allow you to meet iconic Australians through some of the oldest and most youthful cultures in the world. This combination offers a great mix of coastal, outback, and city trips in some of Australia’s most beautiful areas.

For any culture buff, a visit to Australia’s capital city is well worth it. Canberra is just three hours from Sydney and is a lively hub of science, history, politics, and arts. This 3-day Canberra itinerary highlights the best of Canberra’s cultural precinct. It includes Parliament House, the Australian War Memorial, and the National Gallery of Australia.

All Australian states offer a wide range of cultural offerings. This comprehensive guide includes information about where to see theatre and music, enjoy contemporary art, book festivals and get immersed in Australia’s rich past.


Australia is home more than one million species, many of which can be found nowhere else on the planet. The wombat and kangaroo are just a few of the many species that Australia is home to. Sea lions can be seen on South Australia’s Kangaroo Island. You can also meet a Tasmanian devil at Hobart. Wombats can emerge from their burrows in Victoria’s Wilsons Promontory National Park. To capture the best Insta-worthy photos, go to Lucky Bay in Western Australia to take lounging photos on the beach with the ‘roos, or take a selfie on Rottnest Island with the smiley quokka – Western Australia’s cutest marsupial.

Discover Australia’s amazing marine life below the surface of the ocean. This guide will take you on an underwater adventure with giant cuttlefish, sharks, and whales. You can swim with humpback whales on the Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia and flip your feet alongside giant cuttlefish during a tour through South Australia’s Supper Spencer Gulf Marine Park. There are many unique wildlife experiences available wherever you travel in Australia.


Spend ten days on Australia’s coast and discover white beaches, coral reefs, and sites listed as World Heritage. You will travel coast-to-coast for 10 days to experience Australia’s famous Great Barrier Reef in Queensland. Then, you’ll head to Western Australia to visit the stunning Ningaloo Reef.

Australia has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. From Bondi Beach to the Great Ocean Road, Australia is the perfect place for a beach holiday. This guide will help you find the best beaches in Australia. Chris Hemsworth, a celebrity advisor on Australia’s coasts, has compiled the ultimate Australia holiday itinerary to help you get inspired.

Byron Bay is a famous Australian coastal township. However, Australia also has many secret beaches you can escape to. Enjoy the tranquil beaches of Australia’s coast and local hospitality at destinations such as Nelson, Victoria and Northern Queensland’s Palm Cove.


Australia offers adventure seekers the chance to have their heart pounding, and not only can they relax on beautiful beaches. It takes only two weeks to traverse Australia from top-to-bottom. This is an amazing experience. This 14-day journey combines two different areas: stunning natural scenery, World Heritage-listed parks, and epic trains through the mythical Outback from Darwin to Adelaide.

This list contains seven activities that will get your adrenaline pumping. Walk among the tallest trees in Western Australia and abseil down Tasmania’s highest dam. Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Australia’s spectacular coastlines, national parks and rainforests are a paradise for adventurers. This guide will show you the best road trips in Australia. It will inspire and motivate you to travel the country and see incredible places such as the Flinders Ranges and Uluru.

Camp in the great Australian outdoors is a wonderful way to enjoy it. This guide will show you the best camping spots in Australia, from base camping to chic Glamping.


This ten-day guide for families travelling with children is a must-read. It will show you how to see the best of Australia without spending a fortune. This budget itinerary offers plenty of adventure and takes you from Sydney to tropical Cairns. There are a few stops, including the charming beach town of Byron Bay.

A trip to the Gold Coast will provide hours of fun for the kids. The three-day itinerary is sure to excite both parents and children. The whole family will enjoy the thrill of rollercoaster riding, four-wheel driving in the rainforest, and surfing. It includes relaxation at some of the Gold Coast’s most popular spas, laidback cafés, and shopping spots.

You want to take your children on a tour of one of Australia’s beautiful islands? Many islands offer stunning beaches and amazing Australian wildlife that are ideal for all ages.