Australia is a small, modern nation in a vast and ancient land. Covering an area the size of Europe, Australia is renowned for the beauty and diversity of its natural environment, and its distinctive plants and animals.

Those visiting from cooler areas will revel in the reliable sunshine of the country’s north, which makes exploring natural wonders like the Great Barrier Reef, Uluru and the Bungle Bungle Ranges so enjoyable; while local and overseas travellers alike cannot get enough of Australia’s seemingly endless coastline and all the water-based activities that go with it.

Cosmopolitan capital cities, an exuberant outdoor lifestyle and timeless Aboriginal culture are some of the other attractions drawing millions of visitors to and around this great country every year. So what are you waiting for? There’s never been a better time to start planning your Australian adventure!

New South Wales

Blue Mountains

Capital Country

Central Coast & Hawkesbury

Central West

Holiday Coast

Hunter Valley & Coast

Lord Howe Island

New England



Snowy Mountains

South Coast

Southern Highlands

The Murray

Tropical North Coast

Three must-see attractions

  • Devils Marbles
    Devils Marbles (Karlu Karlu)

    Enormous red and orange boulders balance precariously atop each other against a vast desert backdrop.

  • Healesville Sanctuary
    Healesville Sanctuary

    Highly respected for its wildlife conservation work, Healesville Sanctuary is home to some incredibly cute Australian animals.

  • Sydney Harbour Bridge

    It’s hard to ignore this iconic structure, dominating Sydney Harbour with its soaring arch.