Welcome to Australia, a land rich in culture and offering a diversity of travel experiences. Explore Australia by State and Territory, be inspired by travel articles and reviews as written by travellers, make your bookings and share your travel experiences.

Australian Capital Territory

The Australian Capital Territory has more to offer than just an insight into the political workings of the country, although it does this well. It's a place where Australia's history comes face-to-face with architectural modernity. See Parliament, the national institutions...

New South Wales

Explore the magnificent gorges and waterfalls of the Blue Mountains; take a wine tour of the Hunter Valley, discover hidden rainforests and tropical beaches in the North; sail or cruise the bays of Sydney Harbour; watch whales and dolphins or visit the country's oldest townships.

Northern Territory

The spectacular sights, ancient landscapes, indigenous culture and art and vast, formidable terrain of the Northern Territory epitomise the description 'Outback Australia'. Adventure and discovery are constant companions in this frontier land.


The Great Barrier Reef is only one of the fabulous natural assets found throughout the state. Visitors to Queensland will also discover some of the world's most beautiful beaches, luxuriant tropical rainforests, islands, vast deserts, national parks and fascinating towns.

South Australia

Visit South Australia for its spectacular scenery, fishing, flora, fauna and the national, conservation, recreation parks that make up over 20% of the state and legendary wineries. Names like Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale and Coonawarra are recognised internationally.


Tasmania boasts stunning and often remote World Heritage Areas. There are fertile plains and open bushland, mountains and valleys, rare flora and fauna, rustic ports and historic villages all crammed into a comparatively small area so self drive touring is ideal.


Victoria packs a lot within its boundaries. The Murray River along the northern border, the Grampians National Park is a must for nature lovers and the spectacular coastline takes in the Great Ocean Road, Phillip Island, Wilsons Promontory and Gippsland Lakes.

Western Australia

Western Australia is the giant of Australian states, occupying about one-third of the continent as such the experiences change with the landscape. In the south see wildflowers, forests, ranges, goldfields and parks. To the north; deserts, reefs and the Kimberley.