Humpback whale in Queensland
Wildlife Holidays
Koala bears in Sydney
Whale watching in Queensland
Saltwater crocodile in Kakadu, Katherine
Seals in Norooma, New South Wales
Trigger fish in the Great Barrier Reef
Turtle swimming in Byron Bay
Whale sightings in Hervey Bay, Fraser Island

Inspiring guides for your wildlife holiday

There’s a reason why wildlife holidays are so popular – especially in Australia. Home to adorable koalas, kangaroos, wallabies and wombats, there are so many fabulous wildlife watching opportunities here. Not sure where to start? We’re passionate about animals and we think our guides embody this passion.

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Top 10 national parks in Australia

Home to over 500 national parks, Australia’s landscapes are clearly a natural splendour. Here’s our pick of the top 10 national parks to visit.

Exploring Australia’s ancient rainforests

Enjoy an unforgettable rainforest experience in Australia. You’ll find all sorts of fabulous opportunities in Queensland, New South Wales, the Northern Territory and Tasmania.

Top 10 destinations for wildlife spotting in Australia

Australia is blessed with a unique richness of wildlife, including creatures found nowhere else on the planet and nothing beats venturing into the wild to see animals in their natural habitat.

Discover Australia’s magnificent wonders & wildlife

Australia boasts diverse landscapes and natural wonders that foster a range of wildlife, some found nowhere else. Read about the geography and where to spot kangaroos to koalas and Tasmanian Devils.

Discover the best of Top End Australia from Darwin

The ‘Top End’ is often referred to as Australia’s last frontier. It runs along the northern coast, from the capital city of Darwin in the west, through the wondrous wetlands of Kakadu National Park, and onto Arhem Land in the east.

Exploring Kakadu National Park

Kakadu is a biodiverse wonderland where you’ll discover everything from ancient Aboriginal rock art and thundering waterfalls to giant crocodiles and exotic birds, along with the opportunity for a wide range of outdoor adventures.

Exploring the Blue Mountains, New South Wales

The Blue Mountains are an idyllic landscape to explore in awe. Take a trip on the Scenic Skyway or walk through the dramatic landscape on one of the many fantastic trails...

Going solo down under

If there’s anywhere that’s known for its solo travel culture, it’s Australia. Fun-loving, sunny and eclectic, Australia draws solo travellers in with its promise of every day being different.

Head out on one of these top day trips from Brisbane

Vibrant Brisbane lies between Sunshine and Gold coasts and close to national parks, mountains, vineyards and islands. Discover the city, then enjoy one of these top day trips from there.

Head out on one of these top day trips from Sydney

As Australia’s largest city, Sydney's a cultural hub filled with iconic landmarks, history and nightlife. Try one of these day trips to see State treasures, from vineyards to national parks, highlands and beaches.

Planning for an incredible Australian adventure

Australia's a huge country with extraordinary landscapes, intriguing wildlife and exciting cities, offering the ultimate adventure for travellers. Read more to help you plan the perfect holiday.

Tailor-make the ultimate Australian holiday experience

With such a vast country, it can be hard to plan an intinerary to experience Australia’s highlights. A guided tour is generally the best way to get the most out of a trip, so here are two-, three- and four-week options for you.

Top 10 water-based activities in Australia

Given much of Australian life revolves around its 30,000 kilometres of dazzling coastline, there's lots of aquatic adventures on offer. Read our top 10 exciting activities for above and below the water.

Watch the sunrise over Uluru

Experience the spectacular panoramic views of the sunrise over Uluru and explore the outback on one of the many desert tours...

Phillip Island Penguin Parade

The parade of the Fairy Penguins on Phillip Island is a truly unique and unmissable experience. These incredible species are the world's smallest penguins and only grow to an average of 33cm...

When is the best time to travel to Australia?

As the sixth-largest country in the world, Australia’s climate varies wildly throughout the year across its eight states and territories. Learn more in our guide to when to visit Australia.

Top 10 most photogenic locations in Australia

Don’t forget to pack your camera on your epic trip to Australia – from fascinating shipwrecks to unique natural attractions, there are so many photogenic beauty spots here.