• Through the Outback and along the coast, a rail and sail experience is like no other. Take it all in as you travel through contrasting landscapes that are completely unique to Australia.
  • Rottnest Island offers a tranquil respite from the rat race, with stunning beaches and bays, picturesque scenery and of course, the island’s cutest inhabitants, quokkas.
  • The Northern Territory, The Territory, or The Top End, no matter what you call it, there is one undeniable fact. The Northern Territory is a land of contrasting landscapes.
  • Take yourself on an overland adventure to experience some of the country’s most creative events and exhibitions.
  • It’s hard to understand until you’ve been on the journey, but The Ghan is much more than a train ride. Meaning can be found on the railway tracks.
  • One of the world’s youngest capital cities has deep historical roots.
  • It’s flat, it’s almost treeless, and it’s extremely arid, but this is precisely what makes the Nullarbor Plain so mesmerising. There’s a whole lot of nothing, as far as the eye can see, and that alone is worth laying eyes upon.
  • Here's a fact that'll make you stop and scratch your head: Western Australia is the size of Western Europe. Encompassing the entire expansive of the western coast of Australia, the Capital here sees more sunshine than any other city in Australia; it’s closer to Bali than Canberra; and it’s touted to be one of the most isolated capital cities in the world. We are of course talking about Perth.
  • The quaint town of Broken Hill is one of the outback’s largest— and it’s rife with fascinating stories of struggle and success. It has what can only be termed as a very colourful history.