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By night, enjoy nature walks, star gazing from the viewing deck, and gourmet food and wine by the fire. Above their sweeping canopies floats the greater cover of a starry night sky, and in the crisp, white linen of a king-sized bed, you will find the serene, silent sleep of the desert before a day of touring. An exclusive touring program showcases the spectacular geography and biodiversity of Central Australia, as well as the ancient culture of the Anangu Aboriginal people of Uluru, who have traversed the land for thousands of years. The resort itself occupies just two per cent of the total land area of 4, acres, and its design reflects a timeless appeal and a natural sense of place in the vast and dramatic landscape of the Wolgan Valley.
The stand-alone Timeless Spa offers a range of signature treatments. To ensure a complete well-being experience, you will enjoy complimentary use of the gym, sauna, steam room, metre swimming pool and tennis courts. The seclusion of the Wolgan Valley creates a natural sanctuary where guests can relax and explore in unsurpassed luxurious comfort.
All meals are included, and the chef focuses strongly on regional and seasonal produce, using organic ingredients where possible. Also included are all nonalcoholic beverages, a range of selected wines and beer with lunch and dinner, and two nature-based activities per person per day. Unique Environments There's just something about wild places. Set apart from the ordinary, they are treasured havens for people and animals alike.
That makes them the perfect spots for both pristine national parks and eco-friendly luxury hideaways. Escape to Kangaroo Island or Tasmania and enter an unspoiled world. Kayak through wetlands rich with bird life. Bushwalk along trails where you may not see another soul. And renew your spirits at a resort sensitively designed to help preserve these natural enclaves.
Delight in stunning views from floor-to-ceiling windows. Luxuriate in a king-sized bed as you listen to your favourite music on your private sound system. Spa treatments, fine dining and more await you. Featuring 20 luxurious suites, and an exclusive day spa, restaurant, guest lounge and bar, this new experience is a celebration of the art of service, internal and external well-being, local culinary delights, ancient landscapes, and abundant wildlife. In the Palate restaurant, the head chef has ensured innovative dining does not compromise the true flavours of the freshest local produce.
Restore your well-being in the premium spa facilities and on-site gym. Soothe your busy mind and refresh your soul with a luxurious treatment in one of Spa. Treatments have been designed exclusively for Saffire by celebrity facialist Marionne De Candia and Dr Jean Laing, doctor of chiropractic and bodywork therapies. Saffire's Schouten Island Signature Experience has been designed exclusively to deepen your east coast discovery. Saffire Freycinet is a member of Luxury Lodges of Australia. Just a short hop from Adelaide, the island is an arc. Wild things could be reason enough to come, but the lodge is a further enticement.
From its crowning cliff-top expanse, the globally celebrated retreat offers superb luxury in a famed Australian environment. Blending seamlessly with the pristine landscape, overlooking limestone cliffs and white-sand beaches, the lodge commands spectacular panoramic vistas. At the heart of the lodge, the expansive Great Room offers cinematic ocean views; guests enjoy island-inspired dining in the Restaurant or a relaxed drink at the convivial open bar with an exclusively South Australian wine selection.
With a passion for providing a sense of place, the lodge offers guests a true gastronomic journey, with produce from the region showcased in every menu. Guests are invited to treat the lodge as their luxe island home. Twenty-one superbly appointed suites cascade along the coastline; vast blue panoramas of.
A dramatic glass-walled bathroom, plush bespoke furnishings and a sunken lounge evoke an elegant, Bond-style cocoon, complete with an in-suite bar filled with premium beverages and gourmet treats for the taking. A generous all-inclusive tariff, firstname service and personalised experiential itinerary combine to offer the quintessential Kangaroo Island encounter.
Whalesong Cruises Whalesong Cruises leads the way when it comes to Fraser Island whale and dolphin watching and eco-tourism. The company has been especially recognised by Ecotourism Australia. Small groups enjoy a new vessel featuring advanced technology and decks with great spectator spots for all. Whalesong Cruises also provides gourmet catering on board. Echidnas and emus, kangaroos and koalas, wallabies and Tasmanian devils, and countless other creatures will delight you.
Snorkel through crystalline waters. Explore the outback on a 4WD safari. Paddle along hidden rivers or walk isolated trails. Knowledgeable guides will help you spot whales breaching the ocean's surface or cockatoos flitting through the lush forest. Listen closely to discern the calls of exotic creatures. Discover unique wild spaces unlike any you have seen before, where humans still live in balance with nature and stars glitter brightly in the dark velvet night sky. Farmers run sheep and cattle and produce quality food, whilst grape growers contribute elegant wines.
A stay promises good food, good wine and wildlife. The combination of wildlife, farmland, rugged coast and friendly locals gives visitors a real sense of being in Australia. Former wildlife ranger and Exceptional Kangaroo Island founder Craig Wickham has assembled a team of dedicated, sharp-eyed outdoor enthusiasts who combine the roles of naturalist, historian, driver, guide and storyteller. Cruise the coast of Bruny Island, in the wilds of Southern Tasmania. Drive yourself to the island or take a full-day tour from Hobart that includes a return tour to Bruny Island, morning tea and lunch.
The adventure starts as you board a custom-designed eco-cruiser. Look out for seals, dolphins, whales and birds of prey as you take in your spectacular wilderness surrounds. Ningaloo Reef Dreaming Ningaloo Reef is spectacular year round, but each year between March and July is your opportunity to swim with the awesome whale shark. Admire the beauty of these gentle giants gliding through pristine waters. On this tour, a spotter plane finds the whale sharks, so guests spend longer in the water with them—and, perhaps, manta rays and turtles, too.
Gawler Ranges Wilderness Safaris - Outback to the Sea showcases an amazing diversity and profusion of wildlife rarely seen elsewhere in Australia The Gawler Ranges region of South Australia is wildly beautiful outback country boasting contrasting colours of red sands and rocky gorges, blue skies and the glistening white of massive Lake Gairdner.
This is also one of the few places where three large species of macropods can be seen together. Emus are common and species of birds inhabit the area, while spring is brilliant with wildflowers. With wild koalas at Mikkira Station, and sea lions and dolphins at Baird Bay, almost all Australian wildlife is covered. Pepper Bush Adventures - Enjoy Tasmanian wilderness, wildlife and wonderful bush tucker, on tours ranging from state-wide customised itineraries to remote wilderness experiences Hosts Craig and Janine Williams of Pepper Bush Adventures provide nothing short of a genuine Tasmanian experience combining the finest accommodation, natural environments and gourmet food.
Your tastebuds will be indulged with the multiple bush tucker courses prepared on a Pepper Bush Adventure. Enjoy a four-day journey to wilderness forests and remote coastlines—home to kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, koalas, gliding possums, cockatoos, lyrebirds, fairy wrens and water dragons. Visit magnificent stands of giant eucalypt forest, and walk along untouched ocean beaches and beside secluded waterways.
Staying here is an unforgettable experience. The teeming wildlife and unique tours exist in a world far removed from your own, yet you'll find all the modern comforts of great accommodation, delicious meals and wine to enjoy at the end of each day. Whalesong Cruises 3. Bruny Island Coastal Wilderness Cruise 4. Ningaloo Reef Dreaming 5. Pepper Bush Adventures 6. Gawler Ranges Wilderness Safaris 7.
The Maria Island Walk This outstanding multi-award-winning walk combines gentle walking, elegant accommodation and dining, convict heritage, and rare wildlife found nowhere else on earth. Experience beautiful World Heritage-listed Maria Island, with its population of just two national park rangers and one car. Departing from Hobart between October and April with a maximum of eight guests, this four-day walk is led by two friendly guides.
Walking and Trekking Experience the unique satisfactions of exploring Australia at a human pace.
Take a short stroll along a secluded Tasmanian river, keeping your eyes peeled for wombats. Spot ancient Aboriginal rock carvings on a day hike near Sydney. Spend four days on a popular path with spectacular views of the Bass Strait. Or challenge yourself to complete the rugged kilometre Larapinta Trail in the untamed Northern Territory. Whether you enjoy gentle walks or once-ina-lifetime expeditions, these are just a few of the unforgettable routes you can explore on foot. Multi-day packages include a well-deserved rest each night, perhaps in a rustic camp, a heritage home or a richly appointed hotel.
Sydney's Royal Coast Walks - Private, customisable coastal walks in the world's second oldest national park, less than one hour from Sydney. Discover the magic and mysteries concealed within this ancient environment and be swept away by the dreamtime of the area.
Central Australia is home to the tallest peaks in the Northern Territory; one of Australia's oldest and most dramatic landscapes, full of ravines, escarpments and sensational water holes; and, above all, a truly great wilderness experience that will remove you to a place filled with peace and tranquillity. Fully guided and fully supported by a ground crew, walkers carry day packs only, with the ground crew taking care of the rest.
Explore secluded beaches, ancient Aboriginal rock engravings and Depressionera hermit caves. Admire dramatic coastal views from atop sandstone cliffs, and learn about the unique flora and fauna that thrive where the bush meets the sea. Delight in whale watching between June and October. These year-round walking tours are fully catered, with a support team preparing a comfortable campsite for your arrival.
Departing Spicers Canopy with an engaging bushman guide, these one-, two-, three- and four-day options feature stays en route at Spicers Canopy and luxurious Spicers Peak Lodge. Luggage is pre-delivered and all drinks and meals are prepared by a personal chef. Bothfeet Great Ocean Walk - Combining tranquil lodge luxury with world-class hiking along Victoria's stunning Great Ocean Walk Departing from Melbourne with a maximum of 10 guests, these four-, six- and seven-day walking tours are led by experienced guides.
Think only of the crashing waves, rainforest canopies, wonderful beaches and soaring ocean views as your guide takes care of the rest. Experienced walkers, outdoors lovers, flora and fauna enthusiasts, and qualified in wilderness first aid, your guides will carry the things you will probably never need. A luxury sustainable lodge set in a rainforest amphitheatre offers fabulous regional food and wine each evening.
Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge - Set in the World Heritage Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park surrounded by walking trails Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge has 86 unique guest cabins that offer a luxury retreat surrounded by ancient towering forests, sheltered by breathtaking mountains, perfected by clean glacial lakes and streams, and networked with more than 20 trails catering to every fitness level.
It is generally agreed that one of the best ways to appreciate the World Heritage-listed environment at Cradle Mountain is by taking a scenic walk, and a host of walks leave directly from the grounds. Wildlife abounds, with a Tasmanian devil sanctuary nearby and wallabies in the bushland on site. Retreat to the comfort of the lodge for fireside drinks by night and enjoy two acclaimed restaurants. If you want to rest those weary legs, you will be pleased to know that the lodge is also home to a spectacular wilderness spa. Departing from Launceston between May and October with a maximum of 10 guests, this four-day walking experience is led by two experienced guides.
Departing from Launceston between October and May with a maximum of 10 guests, this sixday or shorter four-day walking experience is led by two experienced guides. Private twinroom hut accommodation with basic facilities en route. The Maria Island Walk 3. Spicers Private Walks 5. Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge 6. Bothfeet Great Ocean Walk 7. Wild Bush Luxury Immerse yourself in your own wild bush story. Explore these timeless places in the company of seasoned guides.
As the evening of each unforgettable day draws to a close, be pampered with superb service in exclusive bush camps, along with a supremely comfortable bed, quality linen, en-suite bathrooms, and delicious food and wine. Stay where natural and understated luxury is in tune with the surrounding environment, and let the magic of Australia's unspoiled bush unfold. Visit secret spots in the ranges to hear stories of the people—indigenous inhabitants, explorers and settlers—who have created its human history.
At night, experience the signature star bed. Embrace the unique wild bush environment, and the wildlife and bird life for whom it is home.
Arrive by air or road from Darwin to nine freestanding safari bungalows and square kilometres of country accessible to a maximum of only 18 guests. Located on the coastal floodplains of the Mary River delta, just west of Kakadu National Park, the lodge offers varied guided activities, including wetland airboat trips, river cruises, guided bushwalks and open-top safari drives. Wild Bush Luxury field guides bring to life the incredible natural and pastoral heritage of a land moulded by hundreds of millions of years of geological activity.
Enjoy expert guiding by day and return to classic comfort by night. Sensitively designed, your accommodation is just 50 metres from the water's edge—and not just any water, but the spectacular Ningaloo Reef Marine Park. From March to July, swim with whale sharks. Turtle watching, bird watching, guided walks into Cape Range National Park and seasonal humpback whale watching all delight discerning and adventurous guests.
By night, bush cuisine, with a hint of native produce, is prepared by the resident chef and accompanied by a selection of premium wines, savoured under wild bush starry skies.
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Bamurru Plains 2. The Arkaba Walk 3. Arkaba Station 4. Sal Salis Nigaloo Reef 5. Blue Mountains Private Safaris 6. Kuri Bay. Australia's Accessible Outback Australia's magnificent outback is closer than you might think. A direct flight from Perth takes you to the Kimberley, a vast expanse of thundering waterfalls, diamond mines, eerie rock formations A half-day's drive north of Adelaide brings you to the Flinders Ranges, where you can cycle along hundreds of kilometres of mountain trails or take a 4WD desert safari.
Canoe, hike, camp or fish in Nitmiluk National Park, famed for its magnificent gorges and fascinating Aboriginal heritage. Or get a taste of the wilderness on the Gold Coast at the Australian Outback Spectacular, an attraction that brings the outback to life—thundering hooves, barbecued steak and all. Just a three-hour flight from Perth, Kununurra is the gateway to landscape on a grand scale.
Off-road tracks lead past gorges, waterfalls and cattle stations the size of small European countries. The experience includes a range of dining and tour options, and a metre swimming pool with spa. Relax in a homestead-style haven where those in the know start and end each day of their Kimberley stay. The 72room resort has a boutique feel, with rooms nestled around the Maxima Pool and the serene Meditative Garden. Take your daily exercise in the fitness room or the metre lap lane, or simply lounge on the sun beds and enjoy attentive service from the staff from the Brizo Pool Bar.
The one- and twobedroom eco-villas, accessed by road or air, are set on a secluded, elevated site with degree views of Wilpena Pound and the surrounding ranges, within easy reach of the station's facilities. Stylish and contemporary, the bedrooms have retractable fabric ceilings and roof skylights.
Fittings are quintessentially Australian, with polished timber floors and original artworks. Relax in the resort's restaurants, bars, lagoon-style pools and gymnasium. Enjoy tennis courts, mini golf, a resort shop, and the luxurious Chahoya Spa and Salon at this multi-award-winning resort. Featuring a highly skilled cast of larger-than-life characters, magnificent animals—including the Australian stockhorse—and stunning special effects, this night to remember is Australia's newest live show with three-course dinner, proudly presented by R.
Wherever you decide to dine, it will almost always be under a spectacular canopy of stars. Nitmiluk Chalets, Katherine Gorge Nitmiluk Gorge near Katherine in the Top End is a spectacular maze of waterways sculpted from sandstone over countless millennia. Uniquely positioned right at the entrance to the gorge and just metres from the departure point for touring vessels, Nitmiluk chalets provide basic self-contained overnight accommodation.
See wildlife from your balcony and cool off in the pool after your days of outback adventure. Pinctada Kimberley Grande 3. Australian Outback Spectacular 5. Rawnsley Park Station 6. El Questro Wilderness Park and Homestead 7. Aussie Rural Life Explore a seemingly endless rural station on horseback. Learn to rope cattle or shear a sheep. And raise a glass of fine wine to a sunset like none you've ever seen before. This is the authentic outback, and you have the privilege to share this worldfamous countryside with some of the hardy, welcoming people who have made it their home for generations.
Enjoy warm, luxurious hospitality on an Australian homestead, along with hearty meals prepared from the produce of the land. Experience the simple pleasures of rural life: bushwalk ancient trails, cast your fishing line into a glittering river or cool off in a natural swimming hole. Or survey the vast landscape on a sightseeing flight. There is no such thing as a typical day at Bullo River Station. Enjoy fishing for the famous barramundi, horse riding, 4WD tours, quad biking, cattle mustering and helicopter tours. Relax at the homestead and retire to purposebuilt accommodation. The historic early s property is centred on the grand old homestead, which has a storied history and features Cotton's Restaurant, a classic fine dining experience specialising in Australian fare.
Choose a peaceful escape or action-packed adventure. Enjoy yourself in the great outdoors with everything from bush walking, mountain biking, archery and horse riding to a half-day 4WD adventure. Native flora and fauna are some of the property's greatest attractions. Hosts Ian and Di Fargher are the fourth generation to run the family-owned station and welcome guests exclusively, one booking at a time.
This is your opportunity to enjoy the thrills of scenic flights, rugged 4WD tours, outback walking and wildlife spotting. Experience classic Australian country hospitality, including shared riverside barbecues and accomplished cooking. Home Valley Station Homestead - Station life on an enormous 3. Explore a breathtaking combination of towering gorges, sparkling waterholes, ever-flowing rivers, untouched beaches, billabongs, waterfalls, and stunning ancient landforms and ranges.
Tour with knowledgeable guides, and engage in gentle gorge walks, relaxing boating or fishing, adventurous horse treks, and—of course—cattle mustering. Arrive by air or road April to October. For the most luxe accommodation option, choose a spacious Grass Castle. Prairie Hotel Parachilna - Parachilna has an official population of just two seasonally adjusted , but its remoteness is one of the endearing aspects of this memorable hotel The Prairie Hotel Parachilna is truly an oasis on the edge of the outback and the famous Flinders Ranges, surrounded by some of the most ancient and fascinating rock formations on Earth.
From the hotel, you can enjoy magnificent views of both the ranges and the vast red desert plains sweeping toward Lake Torrens. All of this is still only 30 minutes' drive from the famous Parachilna and Brachina gorges of Flinders Ranges National Park. First licensed in , the front of the hotel was completed in Jane and Ross Fargher took sole ownership of the property in and have merged the old with the new to create a stunning new dimension to outback hospitality. The Farghers are one of the original pastoral families in the area and also own the neighbouring Nilpena Station, a full-on cattle station.
Fargher Air flies from. Or simply sit back and chill, watch the light play on the ranges and the plains, then perhaps enjoy a Fargher lager on the verandah while watching a Parachilna sunset. Meet the local characters who make the outback their home. Try the legendary feral foods, native cuisine and retro country fare with a twist that have made the hotel distinctive. Angorichina Station 3. Spicers Hidden Vale 4. Home Valley Station Homestead 5. Prairie Hotel Parachilna. Aboriginal Country Immerse yourself in the oldest continuous culture on the planet, dating back up to , years, by discovering the art, dance and music of Australia's Aboriginal people.
Sample bush tucker—indigenous foods like kangaroo, bush tomatoes and pencil yams—cooked over an outdoor fire, as elders mesmerize visitors with traditional creation stories. Tour remote rock art sites with an Aboriginal guide who can explain every brushstroke and symbol. Visit sacred places such as Uluru and learn their ancient histories. For an unforgettable experience, stay in an Aboriginal-owned resort, where opportunities to meet and learn from your hosts abound. Discover the authentic soul of this timeless land.
The luxury lodge has been designed for the discerning traveller seeking authenticity of culture and place. Discover a rarely visited land of rugged ranges fringed by idyllic billabongs—a stunningly beautiful wilderness and a cultural map to the Aboriginal owners. Explore wild places teeming with barramundi, crocodiles and bird life. See valley caves that have been occupied for over 50, years.
Enjoy gorge cruises, canoe trips, picnic lunches and private dining. Immerse yourself in ancient surrounds, visiting rock art sites rarely open to the public and swimming in private waterholes accessible only by helicopter, then return to the luxury of Cicada Lodge. Open year round from Sit back and relax as the tranquil surroundings transport you into a spiritual world of Jawoyn culture and history, as the stories and ways of the Jawoyn people unfold.
Travel against the magnificent backdrop of the Nitmiluk Gorge, as its cliff face changes colour with the setting sun. Bama Way Discovery Tour - Tour World Heritage-listed rainforest, pristine beaches and sweeping outback landscapes, in the company of Aboriginal guides The Bama Way Discovery Tour combines three Aboriginal tours into a fascinating three-day journey presented by a leading Aboriginal tour specialist, Adventure North Australia.
Walking in the footsteps of three ancient Aboriginal clans, learn traditional hunting and survival techniques, taste bush tucker, and gain insights into these varied cultures through storytelling and ancient rock art. Experience the spectacular beauty of the gorge by candlelight whilst enjoying delicious Australian cuisine.
Cruise slowly through the gorge as the day dies and the beauty of the Northern Territory night skies takes over. This tour includes a camel safari and a visit to a cultural centre, where you will see traditional weapons, tools and artwork. See an ancient living site, hear dreamtime stories, and enjoy billy tea and fresh-cooked damper. The day is filled with interaction, history, culture, adventure, nature, wildlife and excitement.
Red Centre Culture and Country Safari - A traditional Aboriginal cultural experience Journey to Central Australian Aboriginal outback communities and hear local creation stories, and learn about indigenous art, wildlife, bush tucker, medicines, artefacts, utensils and weaponry. Experience the raw Australian outback—exclusive bush tracks, remote bush camping, campfire cooking and sleeping under the clearest southern skies, with experienced guides whose bush skills will keep you safe and comfortable.
From Alice Springs, this fascinating journey reveals the secrets of the Red Centre, the day-to-day lives of local Aboriginal people, their land and their deep connection to it. Uluru Highlights and Bushtucker - Unique small group journeys throughout Central Australia embracing the spirit of the traditional owners. Feel the spirit of the traditional ancestors and the history of the pioneers. Experience the emotion of the outback as you undertake your journey. Feed your intellect with highly knowledgeable and professional guides, who educate you at each step with information on the flora, fauna, environment, culture and history of the outback.
Enjoy myriad opportunities to photograph awesome and symbolic scenery and wildlife. Learn about light and composition, and discover how to create photographic opportunities as you travel in extraordinary locations. With a maximum of 12 guests on these small group tours, passionate guides provide a once-in-a-lifetime experience showcasing the adventure, culture and iconic environment of the Red Centre.
Daintree Dreaming The Kubirri Warra brothers guide your short coastal and mangrove walk north of Port Douglas, teaching hunting and gathering skills, and searching for bush tucker like fish, mud crab and mussels. Enjoy homemade damper on the balcony of the family home, lunch in the rainforest at Silky Oaks Lodge, a swim and a guided rainforest walk at Niau Waterfall. Discover the Daintree through the eyes of its traditional custodians. Davidsons Arnhemland Safaris 4. Nabilil Dinner Cruise 5. Red Centre Culture and Country Safari 6.
Central Australian Photographic Tour 7. Exclusive Touring Your holiday is never as long as you would like, so why waste a moment of it wrestling with maps, flipping through guidebooks and trying to guess which sights to see? Leave all that to knowledgeable local guides and you'll have more time to enjoy the rich diversity of Australia—whether you're interested in the cosmopolitan delights of Sydney, the captivating little penguins of Phillip Island, boutique wineries or wilderness enclaves. Join a small group tour—limited to just a few lucky guests—or arrange a private, tailor-made trip for your party alone.
Either way, your expert guide will take you off the beaten path to visit local treasures and hidden spots few tourists ever see. Travel with a highly qualified and knowledgeable guide, privately or as part of a small group, from your Tropical North Queensland accommodations. Meander north to the idyllic village of Daintree, unlocking the secrets of the amazing ecosystem that is the tropical rainforest.
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Swim in a water hole under a majestic waterfall, enjoy the tranquillity of the natural environment and spot crocodiles by private boat on the Daintree River. Visit Cape Tribulation and Mossman Gorge, where your guide will interpret the area. Ultimate Sydney Sailing Private Experience - Charter your private Sydney land and harbour adventure Australian Luxury Escapes offers a wealth of fantastic itineraries throughout Australia—fully guided and intimate experiences created just for you. Whether you are a family, a honeymoon couple, a group of friends or just someone wanting a private experience, this is an excellent way to personalise your Sydney visit.
Enjoy innovative itineraries, superb food and wine, and the insights of highly experienced guides. Just one of many itinerary suggestions—which you can modify, of course—is the Ultimate Sydney Sailing Private Experience. After greeting you at your hotel, your guide will offer an enlightening walk around the historic city to Circular Quay and the Sydney Opera House. Penguins, Koalas and Wildlife Private Experience - Arrange a private charter for a memorable wildlife experience Australian Luxury Escapes offers small group and private charter touring across Australia, including many sample itineraries from Melbourne.
The Penguins, Koalas and Wildlife Private Experience takes you first to a protected koala colony, where you will walk with your guide through bushland and wetlands, watching for wallabies and a range of birds. Then it's time for the main attraction: the little penguins. Private guests enjoy the best views. Join a scheduled tour, book a private trip, or have a private charter journey designed around your interests, from history to wildlife, mountains, coastlines, bush walking, or food and wine. With no fewer than 25 sample tour itineraries featuring the Blue Mountains, you have no shortage of options to use as starting points for planning your journey.
Travel as part of a small group on an existing itinerary, or arrange a private charter for your day or overnight stay. Highly trained and experienced guides lead a variety of tours, including the Blue Mountains Deluxe Experience. Travel by luxury vehicle through a natural wonderland of untamed bush, spectacular rock formations and native wildlife. Visit uncrowded lookouts where you can sit alone with nature. Enjoy a bush walk with your guide by your side, interpreting your surroundings. For the ultimate tour, fly by plane or helicopter. From visits to classic Sydney icons to experiences beyond the city fringe, Boutique Bespoke Tours are individually created so you can enjoy a truly private touring experience.
Travel with your own guide and vehicle, whether you're a couple looking for a romantic adventure or a family group seeking something to keep everyone engaged. Varied itineraries featuring fabulous experiences are tailored to suit you. The Daintree Unwrapped 3. Penguins, Koalas and Wildlife Private Experience 4. Blue Mountains Deluxe Experience 5. Premier Travel Tasmania 6. Boutique Bespoke Tours. Dive, snorkel or cruise the reef and revel in astonishingly clear azure waters alive with colourful coral and marine animals.
Gasp in awe as playful clownfish, brilliantly hued butterfly fish and schools of tiny damselfish dart around your toes as you swim. Feel your cares melt away in the warmth of the tropical sun. At night, let the gentle waves lull you to sleep aboard a spacious boat or unwind in a secluded, fivestar resort where you'll hear the whispering surf even in your dreams. Nestled amongst majestic palm trees and only steps from the golden sands of Palm Cove Beach, this is a beautiful base for exploring the underwater world of the Great Barrier Reef. Return to luxury after a day on the water. The resort features spacious all-suite accommodation, comprehensive resort services, a beachfront restaurant and the multi-award-winning Angsana Spa.
Offering views of azure tropical water and a magnificent stretch of golden beach, this resort is pure indulgence. Multi-day expeditions promise amazing diversity, from the picturesque coral gardens of the Ribbon Reefs to the enormous Potato Cod at The Cod Hole, the incredible shark dive and 1,metre walls of the Coral Sea reefs. The Spirit of Freedom provides spacious cabins for 26 guests, gourmet meals, and the latest in navigation and scuba technology. Resort guests enjoy a first-class day spa, so you can drift into bliss, and restore and revive yourself.
Soak up the lifestyle by enjoying a cocktail overlooking the central lagoon pool before a sunset walk on the beachfront. Here is the serenity you've been looking for in a paradise you will love. Nestled amongst tropical gardens and towering melaleuca trees, the colonial-style resort features three swimming pools, two spas, a waterfall, an honour lounge, and spacious rooms and suites, each with its own private verandah.
At 33 metres in length, the vessel boasts a spacious top deck and four elegant en-suite cabins: a king double, a double, a triple and a family cabin. Enjoy your precious time on the outer edge of the Great Barrier Reef in superb style and comfort. Designed for small groups, adventure snorkelers and divers including beginning divers , the ultra-modern metre catamaran Silversonic departs daily from Port Douglas, with pickups in Cairns and Palm Cove. A balance of adventure, comfort and style, the vessel features expansive sun decks, change rooms, air-conditioned lounges, a licensed bar and hot freshwater showers.
With a maximum of 12 guests on board and a permanent crew of four, threenight pre-scheduled cruises depart twice a week, whilst private charters are prebooked on a request basis. Activities en route include jet skiing, kayaking, snorkelling, fishing and bush walking. Those booking a private charter may also choose to scuba dive. Enjoy over five hours to explore three spectacular Outer Reef sites at the renowned Agincourt Reef.
Each site has been chosen for its visual and ecological diversity. Learn from expert crew members and guides during a snorkel brief at each site and an included guided snorkel tour. Spirit of Freedom 5. DescaradA Luxury Charters 6. Luxury Island Resorts Run away from the mundane world to an idyllic setting of turquoise waters and sugar-sand beaches, where thoughtful hoteliers have created luxurious escapes to cater to your every holiday whim. Enjoy a soothing massage on a floating bed in a tranquil cove. Paddle a sea kayak or cut a glittering arc across the water on a wakeboard.
Polish your culinary skills with a cooking class, or simply enjoy the luscious cuisine created by superbly skilled chefs. At these amazing island resorts, few dreams are impossible. Savour a private catered picnic, take a sunset cruise or fly by helicopter to a stunning golf course. Sail, snorkel or scuba dive along the Great Barrier Reef. The choices are almost endless. Its distinctive Australian style, secluded location and intuitive service combine to make it a world-class luxury resort.
Each of the 60 pavilions boasts postcard views of the Whitsundays, and some have plunge pools. The qualia Beach House—with its generous space, private lap pool and secluded location—is the ultimate hideaway. Within qualia, two exclusive restaurants serve exquisitely fresh local produce. You can also find peace in your favourite pastime. Go for a bush walk, refresh in one of the two serene pools, read a book in the library or sip a cocktail by the bar.
Spa qualia offers rejuvenating anti-stress, anti-aging, detoxifying and cleansing treatments. It also features a Swiss shower, sunken Roman baths, a steam room, and a yoga and meditation pavilion. It features jaw-dropping views of the Whitsundays and the Great Barrier Reef. The state-of-the-art Yacht Club is the new focal point for fine dining on Hamilton Island, featuring modern Australian cuisine and the outdoor Bommie Deck, with stunning views of the Hamilton Island Marina and Dent Passage. A member of Luxury Lodges of Australia.
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Within Hayman, stylish elegance reflects the harmonious freshness of the tranquil surrounds. Hide away in your own superb haven—guest room, suite, penthouse, villa or beach house—each offering stunning appointments and peaceful garden, lagoon, pool, beach or sea vistas, making the most of the magnificent surrounds. Enjoy catamaran sailing, paddle skiing, windsurfing, sea kayaking, water skiing, PADI diving, snorkelling, fishing, beach drops to secluded locations, reef cruises, yacht charters, and helicopter and seaplane adventures. Within the resort, relax in the solitude of the Hayman health and spa facility, work out in the gym, play tennis or squash, practise your golf drive or putt, join.
Hayman is a longstanding member of the prestigious organisation The Leading Hotels of the World. Feel your shoulders relax and your mind stop racing when you first discover a beach that is yours alone. On an island, life slows down, leaving you time to take a deep breath and enjoy the paradise that surrounds you.
Marvel at the wildlife in these secluded places, from sea turtles and wallabies to koalas and whales. On land, cycle quiet roads, go bird-watching or play a leisurely game of tennis. Or simply sunbathe, sleep and read, lulled into tranquillity by the warmth of the sun and gentle sea winds. Wilson Island - A divine sweep of caster sugar sands that is home to turtles and birds Wilson Island is a tiny coral cay located just 40 minutes from Heron Island, both part of the Great Barrier Reef and surrounded by it. The pristine waters lapping at the sands host an unimaginable variety of marine life, including colourful coral and fish.
Some of the best snorkelling you can experience is just off the beach. Offering designer-inspired accommodation, Wilson Island hosts just 12 guests. The sensitively constructed private hideaways give you direct access to magnificent reef and beach environments, including rare turtle and bird breeding grounds. Lizard Island - Consistently ranked as one of the best luxury resorts in the world, Lizard Island draws a privileged few. It's positioned on the water's edge in the heart of a new waterfront precinct with its own marina, where you can soak up a supremely nautical atmosphere.
Accommodation includes contemporary yet timelessly designed guest rooms, including resort-style suites and one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments. Fully embracing its waterfront location, the resort's sleekly decorated suites have sundrenched balconies, and some feature private plunge pools. Fly from Cairns to Lizard Island. Your surrounds are 24 powdery white sand beaches and a glimmering turquoise sea teeming with marine life. Step off the beach onto the Great Barrier Reef, one of the wonders of the world. Internationally renowned for its scuba diving, including the famous Cod Hole, and some of the best game fishing in the world, the tropical north reef awaits adventurers.
With world-class dining included, refined accommodation and impeccable service, Lizard Island is a luxurious getaway rivalled by few places on earth. As the resort has only 40 rooms and suites, privacy and intimacy are assured. Lizard Island is the island of choice for those in the know. An inspired architectural design offers spectacular views of the ocean, reef and mountains. A feeling of relaxed sophistication prevails throughout, attracting the discerning experiential traveller or guests seeking a civilised sub-tropical island escape.
Dining showcases fresh regional produce. Lie on a secluded beach, savour fine food and wine, and sit back and rediscover the art of fine conversation as island life settles your soul. Family-owned and -managed Arajilla offers 12 beautifully appointed one- and two-bedroom suites. It promotes an all-inclusive experience, including transfers, nightly turndowns, breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, pre-dinner drinks and three-course dining with daily-changing menus.
The relaxing guest lounge and the island's renowned Arajilla Restaurant are popular retreats, as is the award-winning Day Spa specialising in Ayurveda therapies and treatments. The resort provides bicycles, snorkelling and light fishing gear, beach towels, and backpacks for guest use. Play golf, or go bushwalking, swimming, diving, fishing, or cycling around the island from your luxurious base. Peppers Blue on Blue Resort 3. Lizard Island 4. Capella Lodge, Lord Howe Island 5. Arajilla Retreat, Lord Howe Island.
Flames of the Forest Flames of the Forest has to be felt. Ignite your senses during this spellbinding dining experience beneath the canopy of the oldest rainforest in the world, only ten minutes from Port Douglas. Feel the wonder of this legendary place, and explore the mysteries of time, Aboriginal culture and stunning cuisine in the candlelit drama that is the enchanted rainforest. Tropical Rainforest As dawn breaks over one of the world's oldest rainforests, a symphony of birdsong swells.
Parrots, lorikeets, fruit doves and catbirds may add their voices to the chorus. That's just the beginning of a day in a nature-lover's paradise, where crocodiles snooze in cool rivers and electric blue Ulysses butterflies flit below a sun-dappled canopy of tulip oaks and umbrella trees. Explore the rainforest by day on foot, by train or by cable car. Inhale deeply of the scent of dew-wet ginger, jasmine and gardenias. Dine by night in a romantic open-air tent. Sleep amidst the splendour in an airy room, bungalow or treehouse in an eco-friendly resort, designed to help preserve this treasured wilderness.
This famous railway winds its way through 15 hand-carved tunnels, across the giant bridge over Stoney Creek Falls, past the spectacular Barron Falls and on to Kuranda, the village in the rainforest. Kuranda Scenic Railway Gold Class offers passengers a little touch of luxury, including club-style seating, refreshments and an exclusive gift pack. Your Gold Class Attendant will look after your every need, adding an extra touch of romance to your journey.
Alight at two mid-stations—Red Peak and Barron Falls—to learn about this botanically fascinating and diverse region. Explore the rainforest through ranger-guided boardwalk tours and the Rainforest Interpretation Centre. Enjoy it as a half- or full-day experience. Overlooking the Mossman River, on the edge of the Daintree National park, Silky Oaks Lodge combines luxury with the oldest living rainforest. There are 45 contemporarily designed stand alone, River and Treehouses which connect with mother nature, each designed to offer privacy and maximum comfort.
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The award winning Healing Waters Spa using the mineral rich waters from the Mossman river combined with an extensive range of spa treatments. Silky Oaks Lodge invites guests to enjoy luxury design and service whilst completely in touch with nature. Awaken your sense of adventure on a spectacular flight from Cairns over the Coral Sea to the heart of the rainforest and the enchanting seclusion of Bloomfield Lodge.
Private timber retreats, recently refurbished, nestle almost unseen in World Heritage-listed Daintree Rainforest and provide stunning reef sea views. This luxury accommodation goes hand in hand with gourmet dining featuring fresh local ingredients, which perfectly complements tropical days of relaxation and adventure in the heart of the rainforest. Paths meander through rainforest onto private sandy beaches. Deluxe timber bungalows built high on stilts nestle in the forest canopy, and feature ocean or forest views.
Dine among the birds in the surrounding treetops, and enjoy coastal and mountain vistas. The experience also includes guided onsite tours, such as stargazing, nature and bird-watching walks.
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Rose Gums is advanced eco-tourism accredited and perched on acres of tropical rainforest near Lake Eacham, bordering the World Heritage-listed Wooroonooran National Park. There is abundant wildlife, with over species recorded, and guided bird watching is a popular guest pursuit. Rose Gum's pole-and-timber treehouses are totally private and feature large spa baths, cosy fireplaces and verandahs with stunning mountain views.
This cool tropical mountain retreat offers peace, relaxation and a genuine family welcome from your friendly hosts, Jon and Peta. Luxury Cruising Aboard an intimate cruise ship catering to—at most—just a few dozen privileged guests, you will discover secret corners of Australia that few travellers ever see. Cruise along spectacular gorges and through the spray of secluded waterfalls. Hunt for oysters, go mud-crabbing, or cast your line for barramundi or sailfish.
Dive or snorkel in crystalline waters undiscovered by another boat, where the slap of waves against your hull is the only sound breaking the silence. Go bushwalking on shore or take a sightseeing trip by helicopter. At sunset, sip a cool drink on deck and share tales of the day with your fellow adventurers before enjoying a sensational meal—perhaps featuring seafood you caught that day. The True North is purpose-built to access wilderness areas that are beyond the reach of larger ships.
Spacious cabins offer modern decor, en-suites, satellite telephones and in-cabin entertainment. Guest numbers are limited to 36 and an Australian crew of 20 uniquely chaperones your every experience. Dining on board is a casual yet sumptuous affair. Signature meals include freshly caught barramundi - a revered sport fish possibly caught with your very own hands. Or perhaps try aged Angus or delicate Wagyu beef, or exquisite. Australian lamb. Extended periods at sea are intentionally avoided and carefully crafted itineraries provide the ultimate opportunity for guests to experience the destination.
Daily activities can include walks, fishing, snorkelling, diving, picnics, natural history and cultural events. Experience the Australian wilderness in comfort and style. The welcoming and passionate crew is committed to creating the most memorable adventure holiday of your life in personalised comfort and safety. With over 25 years of experience exploring the Kimberley Coast, Captain Chris Tucker and his brother Jeremy will guide you to spectacular waterfalls, towering gorges and secret fishing spots. Enjoy mud-crabbing, bushwalking, touring ancient Aboriginal rock art galleries and harvesting oysters.
The Rowley Shoals is a pristine and protected collection of coral atolls west of Broome rising metres from the ocean floor. Home to a mesmerizing species of tropical fish and varieties of coral decorating a diverse array of diving environments—including lagoons, canyons, coral gardens, thrilling highspeed drift channels and sheer outer reef walls—the Rowley Shoals is one of the most exclusive and revered diving experiences in the world. MV Great Escape is a metre adventure catamaran designed for a small group of 14 guests.
Featuring seven staterooms with queen-size beds, private en-suites, personal fridges, flat-screen televisions with DVD players and realtime TV, the vessel also has a spacious lounge area, indoor and outdoor dining, a cascading front deck with an eight-person spa, and sprawling back deck and upper deck. Three tenders transport you to daily land excursions, and an onboard helicopter provides optional heli-fishing, heli-picnics, and access to rare and remote indigenous art sites. Gourmet cuisine freshly prepared on board by an award-winning chef showcases the flavours of the Kimberley.
Adventures on Water Australians love to be on the water. So if there's a way to have fun on an ocean, lake or river, rest assured that they have discovered it. Surfing on world-famous Bondi Beach. Whitewater kayaking on rivers accessible only by helicopter. Cruising in an opulent houseboat, where you can watch the sunset while enjoying fresh-grilled fish on your spacious deck. Spotting seals, eagles and dolphins from a sightseeing vessel. Exploring Hobart Harbour by kayak. Or flying by seaplane from bustling Sydney to a secluded restaurant perched on the water's edge.
However you discover Australia's sun-drenched beaches, scenic rivers and beautiful islands, one thing is certain: you will never forget them. Catch the wave of your dreams with a dedicated team of local surf instructors by your side. Many visitors are surprised at how easy, safe and enjoyable learning to surf can be with Let's Go Surfing.
Sit at the foot of some of the highest sea cliffs in the Southern Hemisphere. With group, private and family lessons, there are plenty of options for you. Lessons are tailored specifically to meet your needs and include all the equipment to get you up and riding. To really experience Bondi like a local, take the full tour from your hotel to the beach. See why Bondi creates such a buzz with visitors from around the world.
The contrasts are stunning—soaring pink granite mountains, pristine sandy beaches and blue waters so clear you feel you can touch the marine life below. This tour is suitable for all ages and no experience is necessary. Surrounded by spectacular views of national parkland, this charming spot is a delightful place to lunch in Sydney. Parachilna Sunset, Murray River Houseboat - Spoil yourself aboard this luxurious vessel, a bold statement in style and comfort Parachilna Sunset provides a luxury houseboat experience specifically designed to appeal to executives, couples and honeymooners.
Moored with the experienced Unforgettable Houseboats, Mannum, Parachilna Sunset resembles a floating inner-city apartment. Its innovative open design and contemporary interior ooze Prairie style. Full-length panoramic windows give uninterrupted river views and a sense of total connection with the Murray River. Two queen-sized bedrooms feature timberframed sliding doors that open to generous en-suite bathrooms. Relax, fish, laze in the sun or enjoy water sports from the swim deck with inset V for towing a boat or personal watercraft.
A ski boat and driver are available for hire as optional extras. From Darwin or Katherine, see this vast and beautiful region—the entrancing expanses, Nitmiluk Gorge—from above. Arrive in style by helicopter at a secluded riverside beach, where Gecko canoeing and trekking guides await you with all the equipment you need. Floating gently by kayak past unassuming wildlife and fluttering birds, pass through exhilarating surrounds.
Fully catered, this trip guides you safely through this remote environment to some of the most relaxing and pristine campsites you may ever encounter, for one- or two-night stays. The Freycinet Paddle 5. Parachilna Sunset, Murray River Houseboat 6. Sydney Seaplanes 7. Beaches and Bays With over 25, kilometres of coastline, Australia offers a beach for every taste. Sunbathe on the sandy edges of Fraser Island, a treasured World Heritage site off Queensland's north coast. Kick back with an oceanfront barbecue on the stylish Sunshine Coast north of Brisbane. Visit the iconic lighthouse near Byron Bay, or mingle with Sydneysiders on a weekend getaway in Port Stephens.