Australia is a country of contrasts and the world's largest island... Relaxing under a palm tree on a tropical island resort, discovering the heart of the Australian outback on a camel trek or an indulgent shopping trip to Melbourne - this is just a taste of what Australia has on offer. Which is why Australia is consistently listed in the top five most desired destinations worldwide.
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Due to its size, the Australian climate varies greatly. The northern regions experience summer-like temperatures all year-round, while the southern states experience four seasons. Such variation in climate makes Australia an ideal holiday destination.

There are five-star experiences catering to every taste, from cosmopolitan settings to natural wonders. Take full advantage of Australia’s soothing forests and beaches, with spas and specialist health resorts amongst the world’s best.

Some highlights we can include in your Australian itinerary are:
  • Enjoy the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef on the world’s largest coral reef in the lap of luxury in a beachfront resort – sailing, diving & snorkelling
  • Everyday life will soon be a distant memory as you arrive at a relaxing forest retreat you can unwind in a private outdoor spa set amid a backdrop of native birds and lush greenery, and marvel at the brilliant star-lit sky above.
  • Wake up in your own private luxury tent & watch the sunrise over Uluru (Ayers Rock)
  • Australia’s wine regions are also justifiably world famous.
  • Foremost amongst them is South Australia, the largest wine-growing territory in the country.
  • Major national companies, as well as charming family-run boutique wineries, are found amongst the state’s wine-producing areas – the Barossa, Clare Valley, Coonawarra, McLaren Vale and the Adelaide Hills – all filled with mouth-watering bottles of the vintner’s special reserve demanding to be sampled.
  • Superb golf courses designed to challenge even the best of golfers
  • Enjoy fine wine & cuisine – Australia is also a haven for seafood lovers!
  • Shop to you drop in Australia’s cosmopolitan & exciting cities

So, if you’re looking for a holiday full of elegance and style, look no further than fresh and modern Australia. With luxury getaways that are truly world-class, this place is, quite simply, as good as it gets!

We offer a range of luxury vacations within Australia and can also combine New Zealand, Tahiti and Fiji. You can select from our range of sample itineraries or have us create a tailored Australia vacation especially for you. Simply contact us to start planning your tailored Australia vacation now!

Sample Itineraries


Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef, off Australia's east coast, is one of the wonders of the natural world. It is World Heritage listed and is one of Australia's, and the world's, premier holiday destinations...

Port Douglas

Once a sleepy fishing town in Far North Queensland, Port Douglas Australia is now a premiere tourist destination and gateway to the Great Barrier Reef & Daintree Rainforest.


Cairns is the capital city of Far North Queensland. The 16th largest city in Australia, with a population of over 120,000 people, Cairns is continuing to be a favoured destination


Bordered by the Great Barrier Reef and cradled by the calm waters of the Coral Sea, the Whitsundays lies midway along Australia's Queensland coast.

Gold Coast

One of the most beautiful areas in the world, the Gold Coast offers many things to see and do all within very close proximity to the city centre and is Australia's leading tourist destination.


Brisbane, State Capital of Queensland, is one of those rare cities built around people and lifestyle. The sub-tropical climate, with bright sunny days and balmy nights...

New South Wales


Sydney, Australia's harbourside city with the world's friendliest people has been voted several times as the best city in the world for visitors.

Hunter Valley

The Hunter Valley is one of Australia's premier wine growing districts and also a varied and interesting tourist region in New South Wales.

Lord Howe Island

Lord Howe Island was inscribed on the World Heritage list in 1982 for its rare collection of plants, birds, marine life and exceptional natural beauty.

Byron Bay

Byron Bay was named by Captain James Cook on 15 May 1770, after John Byron, a navigator and the grandfather of the poet Lord Byron.


Discover the home of the Australian Story in Canberra, where national attractions and hidden gems deliver an array of unexpected delights.



Hugging the tip of the Australian east coast, Victoria is Australia's second-smallest state, covering 227,600 square kilometres - roughly the size of the British Isles.

Great Ocean Road

It's time to discover or rediscover the breath-taking coastline of south-west Victoria, Australia.

Yarra Valley

Under an hour from Melbourne, nestled amongst the infinite shades of blues and greens, lie 55 of the world's leading wineries, and dozens of fine restaurants and romantic retreats.



Separated from mainland Australia, Tasmania is a land apart, a place of wild and beautiful landscapes.

Northern Territory


Darwin has a relaxed outdoor lifestyle and enjoys warm weather all year round.

Uluru (Ayers Rock)

A visit to this monolithic rock, the world's greatest, is an awesome experience.

Western Australia


Experience Perth, all the essential ingredients for a great holiday. Some of the country's best beaches, plenty of nightlife, bustling markets, inner city parks...

Margaret River

There’s perhaps no better destination in Australia to kick back and unwind surrounded by nature, beautiful vineyards and glorious coastline, including some of WA's best surf and beaches.

Getting to Australia

Australia has 11 international gateways served by major international airlines. All International Airports have shopping, dining, banking, currency exchange, disabled access, hotel reservation facilities, tourist information desks, and showers. Major car rental companies are represented at all of these. Transfers between the airport and city centre are available by taxi, shuttle bus and by rail in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane. Regional areas are served by domestic and regional airlines. Domestic Airports are also of a high standard.

Australia’s major International Airports are Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, followed by Perth, Adelaide, Hobart, Darwin and Cairns.

Australia FAQ's

A valid passport is required for all people wishing to travel to and enter Australia. Everyone, except holders of Australian and New Zealand passports, require a visa to enter Australia. New Zealand passport holders apply for a visa upon arrival in Australia. All other passport holders must hold a visa before travelling to Australia.
It is your responsibility to ensure that you have valid passports, visas and re-entry permits which meet the requirements of immigration and other government authorities. Any fines, penalties, payments or expenditures incurred as a result of such documents not meeting the requirements of those authorities will be your sole responsibility. All travellers must have a valid passport for international travel and many countries require at least 6 months validity from the date of return and some countries require a machine-readable passport. 

In Australia all drivers, including visitors from other countries, must carry their licence or permit at all times when driving. You will only be able to drive the same types of vehicles you are licensed to drive in your home country.
Make sure your driver’s licence is current. If your licence is not in English, you must bring an English translation with you or obtain an International Drivers Permit.