Our Picks
Beach HolidaysAustralia’s known to have some of the best beaches in the world. With more than 10,000 along our coastline, you’re spoilt for choice. No matter where you go, you’ll find exceptional surfing and swimming. Some of our beaches are home to the whitest sand in the world, others offer world-class surf breaks, and are a playground for marine life - keep your eyes peeled for whales.
Queensland
Steeped in childhood nostalgia, the Gold Coast is a much-loved family holiday destination. Whether you come for the region's adventure theme parks, it famous beaches, or to escape into the lush hinterland - you'll feel an energy that'll have you coming back for more.
Queensland
The significance of the Great Barrier Reef can’t be underestimated; the world’s largest coral reef system is home to thousands of marine life and coral species as well as some of the world’s best islands and beaches.
New South Wales
An iconic and chilled beach resort in Northern NSW, Byron is known globally as a mecca for the ‘good life’ with people flocking to its beautiful beaches, top-notch cafes and cool outdoor lifestyle for decades.
Queensland
Mission Beach couldn’t ask for a better position. In its front yard, the World-Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef, and in its backyard, World Heritage-listed tropical rainforest. This special place is packed full of experiences.
Queensland
Lying in the heart of one of our greatest national treasures, the Great Barrier Reef, the Whitsunday Islands are its crowning glory. These 74 tropical islands prove that the region’s beauty is just as rich above water as below it.
New South Wales
Nestled between a mountain range and dozens of beautiful beaches, fresh mountain and ocean air envelops you, and subtropical waters await.
Victoria
A must-see for anyone visiting Victoria. The 243-kilometre-long Great Ocean Road is one of the most spectacular and dramatic journeys in the country, that takes in some of the state's most beloved landmarks, beaches and seaside villages.
Western Australia
WA's north-west is home to one of the world's oldest and largest wilderness landscapes, The Kimberley. While Broome sports iconic sunsets and camel rides along one of the country's most famous beaches.
New South Wales
The Sapphire Coast is where dazzling sandy beaches meet turquoise waters dotted with whales, Sydney rock oysters are pulled fresh from the water each day, and visitors are treated to a bounty of Australian produce.
Queensland
A favourite amongst holiday-makers, the Sunshine Coast offers an escape just north of Brisbane with superb beaches, a relaxed lifestyle, subtropical rainforests, rivers, lakes, and charming towns and villages.
Western Australia
Occupying a spectacular stretch of the Indian Ocean coastline, Perth is surrounded by beauty. From the historic port of Fremantle, and the secluded bays of Rottnest Island, to the states oldest wine region, the Swan Valley.
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