Australia At A Glance

A land as huge, broad and varied as your imagination. This fascinating country is still ripe for exploration, and blessed with some of the most iconic scenery on Earth. Hike in the Blue Mountains, drive through the desert to lay eyes on Uluru or marvel at the breathtaking underwater colors of the Great Barrier Reef. The great cities of Sydney and Melbourne are also must-see destinations, and lesser known cities such as Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth are well worth exploring.

Ways you can help


Key Highlights in Australia

    • Help conserve Australia’s native species,including the iconic koala, wallabies, and kangaroo
    • Dive or snorkel in the spectacular Great Barrier Reef
    • Enjoy Sydney’s Harbor Bridge, Opera House and Bondi Beach
    • Explore glorious Blue Mountains
    • Experience the cuisine, culture and secret attractions of Melbourne
    • Drink fabulous reds in the Barossa or Clare Valley
    • Be amazed at the wildlife on Kangaroo Island
    • Encounter Uluru at sunrise
    • Go off the beaten track in Western Australia or Northern Territory
    • Superb luxury hotels

Sample Pricing

The price for a 11 day trip to Australia costs from $17,890 (£14,458, €16,965) per person, staying in 5* luxury accommodation. Flights are excluded, but we can arrange these for you.

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Useful Information

Flight Time from UK
22 hours
Flight Time from New York
23 hours
Flight Time from San Francisco
15 hours
Time Zone
GMT +10 hours
When to Visit
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec

Eco-luxury Hotels

Longitude 131 - Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park (Ayer’s Rock)

Longitude 131

There aren’t too many more romantic spots than the gateway to the World Heritage listed Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. The outback can be an unforgiving place, but not if you’re staying in one of thes...

Sal Salis - Western Australia

Sal Salis

With just nine luxury wilderness tents hidden amongst the dunes overlooking Ningaloo Reef, Sal Salis provides a unique place from which to explore Western Australia’s coral coast and one of Australia’s...

Capella Lodge - Sydney

Capella Lodge

Celebrated as the pinnacle of luxury on World Heritage-listed Lord Howe Island, Capella Lodge rests atop romantic Lovers Bay, at the foot of the imperious mountain twins rising dramatically above. An inspi...

Thala Beach - Port Douglas

Thala Beach

Nestled in 58 hectares of native forest on a secluded beach, family-owned Thala is a private nature reserve located 15 minutes south of Port Douglas. Sitting spectacularly atop the headland with breathtaki...

Alto on Bourke - Melbourne

Alto on Bourke

Melbourne's only carbon-neutral hotel is in the center of the city and has been there for a decade. The reception at the 50-room hotel is tiny, though the front-desk staff helpful. The rooms look down Bou...

Great Ocean Eco-Lodge - Great Ocean Road

Great Ocean Eco-Lodge

Great Ocean Ecolodge is a social enterprise, established and operated by the Conservation Ecology Centre. All profits from your stay are reinvested into wildlife conservation and the Ecolodge itself is en...

Cicada Lodge - Kakadu and Northern Territory

Cicada Lodge

Located right by the Katherine River in the Nitmiluk National Park, Cicada Lodge is surrounded by red dust and vast skies and surreal, swooping rock formations. But here's what makes it really stand out: ...

Wolgan Valley - Blue Mountains

Wolgan Valley

Located in one of the country’s most enviable locations, the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, Wolgan Valley is an eco-friendly reserve. The 40 free-standing suites are outstanding, and the rus...

Silky Oaks - Cairns and Daintree Rainforest

Silky Oaks

What could be more exciting than staying in treehouses? Especially eco-luxury treehouses with a contemporary feel that overlook the beautiful Mossman River? Set between the Daintree National Park and the G...

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