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Adventure DestinationsAustralia is a country filled with epic adventures, from outback hikes to swimming with whale sharks, to taking a four-wheel drive beach-bound and camping under the stars. All you have to do is choose your own adventure!
New South Wales
Cloaked in an iconic blue Haze, the Blue Mountains are a nature lover's playground any time of the year and are just a short drive from Sydney.
Victoria
Spend a night in the Grampians and watch the sunset over craggy peaks and vast valleys, in the morning you'll be welcomed by dozens of kangaroos bathing in the early sunlight...
Queensland
Looking for a beach holiday? Throwdown your towel and welcome to the Fraser Coast. Home to World Heritage-listed icons, some of the best diving in the country, stellar beaches, untouched rainforest, and a humpback whale or two!
New South Wales
The iconic sails of the Opera House coupled with the distinctive Harbour Bridge is one of the world’s most famous scenes, welcoming visitors to a city of history, character, and world-class food, wine and entertainment.
South Australia
A region where you can have one of Australia's greatest outback experiences - from exploring the mountainous Flinders Ranges to sleeping in an underground cave in Coober Peedy, driving across the desert, or witnessing the magic of Lake Eyre.
Victoria
Whether you're into skiing and snowboarding or adventures in the wilderness, stunning Falls Creek has it all.
New South Wales
One of the most pristine and protected islands in the Pacific, Lord Howe Island is blessed with idyllic beauty from lush forest canopies to dramatic peaks and surrounding sparkling waters and reef.
Western Australia
Cutting a rugged path through the Kimberley, the Gibb River Road 4WD track takes you completely away from civilisation and through some of our most beautiful and remote outback with unforgettable adventures along the way.
Western Australia
One of the world’s largest reefs, Ningaloo Reef is not only easily accessible - in parts, simply by stepping off the shoreline – but also somewhere you can experience swimming with the world’s largest fish, the whale shark.
Queensland
One of the world’s most significant natural treasures, the Daintree is not only the oldest living rainforest on earth but the only World-heritage site in existence to intersect with another – the Great Barrier Reef.
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