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Luxury Holiday in Australia

Tailor-Made Australian Getaways

Australia is a land of extremes and offers exceptional experiences to visitors looking for authentic diversity.  From the endless, pure white silica beaches of the Whitsunday Islands to the lush, emerald canopy of the Daintree rainforest. From the pristine, snow-covered tip of Cradle Mountain in Tasmania to the vast, harsh arid Outback, or the natural beauty of the Great Barrier Reef, Australia’s ancient mysteries are waiting to be shared with all who venture here.

Sydney’s world-class gastronomic scene and the iconic Sydney Opera House contrast with Melbourne’s youthful energy and creative culture, lovingly shared by locals. Australia is the world’s largest island, fringed with sandy beaches and relaxed, barefoot luxury.  The friendly Australian people are authentic and welcoming, hosting uniquely enriching experiences in spectacularly beautiful surroundings.








New South Wales offers visitors an array of attractions, including modern cities, historic towns, bohemian hamlets, historical vineyards, majestic mountain ranges, tropical islands and coastal retreats. 

Sydney is one of the most beautiful and iconic cities in Australia. With a wide variety of attractions, Sydney is a must-do addition to any Australian itinerary.  This spectacular city boasts countless incredibly scenic locations, including the majestic Sydney Opera House, the dynamic Sydney Harbour Bridge, world-renowned Bondi Beach, and fantastic restaurants offering incredible culinary delights. The cultural history of Sydney is shared by the traditional owners of the land, who delight guests with tales of mystery and intrigue.

The aptly named Blue Mountains are located just 90 minutes’ drive from Sydney.  A World Heritage listed site, this spectacular mountain range and national park offers guests dramatic views from Echo Point and Wentworth Falls, as well as numerous fascinating walking trails. Home of the ancient Wollemi trees, the Blue Mountains is a truly Australian wilderness experience.

Hunter Valley is one of Australia’s most renowned wine producing regions.  With over 80 wineries, ranging from boutique family-owned cellar doors to more well-known labels, this beautiful area offers wonderful experiences for casual wine-drinkers and connoisseurs alike. Most well-known for it’s delicious Semillon and Shiraz, the region also offers gourmet cuisine, music festivals and excellent golfing facilities, making this a destination not to miss!

Lord Howe Island offers a truly exclusive experience. Welcoming only 400 guests on the entire island and any one time, guests will feel like they are on their own private island!This World Heritage listed destination is a tropical paradise is home to a fantastic variety of coral and fish species, offering visitors unforgettable sightings by glass bottom boat, snorkelling and scuba diving.  Mountain hikes into the rainforest, and along the endless sandy beaches offers visitors pure relaxation in a pristine environment.

 Byron Bay is a truly unique bohemian hamlet in northern New South Wales.  A magical paradise for beach goers, surfers and musicians alike, Byron Bay is a hive of activity with numerous bars, eateries, designer boutiques and unique experiences.  Adventures in the area include scuba diving, snorkelling, surfing, kayaking, whale watching, hot air balloon rides and hang gliding.



Victoria is home to a unique blend of history, culture, scenery, sport and adventure. From cosmopolitan cities to spectacular rock formations, modern and historical vineyards paired with priceless sculpture collections, we highly recommend that all visitors include Victoria in their itinerary.

Melbourne offers an eclectic mix of gastronomic wonders and cosy coffee shops dotted throughout the hidden laneways and arcades.  Home to numerous cultural attractions and world-class events, Federation Square is the heartbeat of this vibrant city, attracting visitors and locals alike.  Melbourne hosts some of the most impressive events in the sporting calendar, including the Australian Open the Spring Racing Carnival, and the Formula 1 Grand Prix.

The Mornington Peninsula is the perfect extension to Melbourne, with numerous boutique wineries, gourmet eateries, and indulgent spas surrounded by spectacular beaches and incredible views.  The region offers excellent golfing and surfing opportunities, as well as scenic walks and fascinating art galleries. 

Victoria’s oldest wine region, the Yarra Valley, offers exceptional culinary experiences, and is renowned for outstanding pinot, cabernet sauvignon and chardonnay, with over 80 sensational cellar doors.  The views from the sunrise hot air balloon experience is magical, and this experience, combined with a visit to the nearby Healesville Sanctuary, home to a variety of native Australian animals, offers guests a truly memorable Australian experience. 



With endless blue skies, crystal clear waters, incredibly white sandy beaches and lush green rainforests, Queensland is a magical tropical paradise. Home to five World Heritage listed sites, including the Great Barrier Reef and Daintree Rainforest, Queensland offers visitors endless opportunities to relax and rejuvenate. 

The Great Barrier Reef spans 2,300 kilometres and is the largest and most magnificent coral reef system in the world.  With over 600 islands, this glorious archipelago hosts some of the most spectacular resorts in Australia, while others are completely uninhabited.  A number of these iconic islands offer unforgettable reef experiences including scuba diving, snorkelling and glass bottom boat excursions.  Sharing the crystal waters with a plethora of coral, multicoloured fish and sea turtles is a true Australian experience that we recommend every guest to Australia should experience.

Tropical North Queensland offers the very best in barefoot luxury.  The renowned Four Mile Beach at Port Douglas offers warm, golden sand stretching as far as the eye can see and is flanked by the Daintree Rainforest on one side and the Great Barrier Reef on the other.  Offering some of the best golfing opportunities in Australia, designer boutique shops, local markets and endless sunshine, Port Douglas is the perfect destination to connect with the locals and experience true Australian hospitality.  The Daintree is a wild and expansive rainforest, home to a variety of native flora and fauna found nowhere else on earth.  This complex ecosystem is pure, rugged nature offering spectacular hiking trails and unforgettable cultural connections with the traditional owners of the land, who generously share their love of the land, bush tucker and traditional medicine with visitors.

The Whitsundays is an iconic Australian destination, with miles of sandy pure-white silica sand beaches surrounded by turquoise water.  The islands are the perfect base to explore the magnificent Great Barrier Reef by boat and air, with scuba diving, snorkelling, glass bottom boats, sailing and helicopter flights to Whitehaven Beach and Heart Reef among the many activities available.  Hamilton Island, Hayman Island and Long Island all offer spectacular accommodation, and are a must-experience additional to any Australian itinerary.



Boasting exquisite beaches, the outback and world-class wine regions, South Australia is a diverse Australian region.  Adelaide is the essence of unique cultural-heritage small city charm, surrounded by picturesque beaches lush green hills.  The major sites of the city centre include the South Australian Museum, the Botanical Gardens and the Adelaide Oval. 

The dramatic scenery on largely untouched Kangaroo Island is breathtaking.  Stunning sunsets, pristine beaches and dramatically spectacular rock formations combine to make Kangaroo Island a must-see destination.  Making for a unique and genuine experience, the up-close-and-personal wildlife encounters on Kangaroo Island are unforgettable, with some of Australia’s most iconic wildlife; kangaroo’s, koala’s and echidna’s in abundance.

The nearby Barossa Valley is Australia’s wine capital, with picturesque villages and rolling hills covered with rows of luscious vineyards.  This historical wine region boasts over 150 wineries and cellar doors.  With a reputation for gourmet food and fine wine in a pristine setting, the Barossa Valley is an extremely popular destination for foodies and wine lovers alike. 

The incredible outback destination of the dramatic Flinders Ranges is steeped in Aboriginal and European history.  The extraordinary Wilpena Pound is 800 million years old and has been home to Adnyamathanha people for tens of thousands of years.



Some of Australia’s most iconic and unique destinations are located in Western Australia. On the banks of the Swan River, the city of Perth is renowned for creative restaurants and art galleries under endless blue skies.  The white sandy beaches and clear snorkelling sites offer guests the opportunity to relax and unwind. Through authentic Aboriginal tours and traditional ceremonies, visitors are able to immerse themselves in the history of the land and its people. 

The Kimberly is the ultimate wilderness region.  Covering hundreds of thousands of square kilometres, this remote landscape features Aboriginal culture, dramatic canyons, and indigenous wildlife alongside endless sandy beaches and coral reefs in crystal clear seas.  Formed over 350 million years ago, the Bungle Bungles are magical beehive-like rocks in the Purnululu National Park. Scenic flights are the best way to experience the true expanse of this extraordinary spectacle, while the truly amazing Horizontal Falls are a spectacular natural phenomenon, best experienced by boat. 

The Margaret River is internationally renowned for world-class food and wine offerings.  Wide open spaces, abundant sunshine and spectacular scenery.



Drenched in red sand and sunshine, the Northern Territory is home to Australia’s most sacred historical sites. 

The Red Centre is a vast outback wilderness, the perfect destination for visitors seeking adventure and culture in dramatically spectacular surroundings.  The World-Heritage-listed Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) host thousands of years of Dreamtime stories, and are culturally significant to the Indigenous Anagu people, who passionately share these stories with visitors. 

The Top End of Australia is remote and largely inaccessible, with semi-arid landscapes and monsoonal rainforests.  Arnhem Land, Kakadu National Park, the Mary River Floodplains and Litchfield National Park host a wide variety of endemic wildlife and sacred Aboriginal Rock Art sites.  Home to the annual migration of over one hundred thousand magpie geese and one of the largest crocodile populations in the world, flowing rivers and dramatic waterfalls crash into crystal-clear pools.

The Northern Territory is the perfect destination for guests to be immersed in the ancient cultures and rugged beauty of authentic Australia.