Pinnacles rock park with 4x4, Nambung National Park, Cervantes, Western Australia, Australia - cropped

7 Great Reasons to Hit the Coastal Road in Western Australia

Stretching over 2.6 million square kilometers (1 million square miles), Western Australia offers a taste of Down Under that goes beyond the clichés and obvious tourist highlights. Starting in Perth – a vibrant city with nature on its doorstep – Australia’s largest state boasts some of the most remarkable experiences. From the world’s largest fringing […]

Vineyard along Yarra Valley wine tasting route and kangaroo road sign, Victoria, Australia

Visit Exceptional Wine Regions and More on Australia Travel

Why not combine discovering Australia’s wine regions with other wonderful attractions on offer during your Australia travel. Did you know that wine is mainly produced in countries that find themselves between 30 and 50 degrees latitude both north and south of the equator? Australia happens to be approximately between 15 and 43 degrees. This plus, […]

Daintree National Park scenery, Queensland, Australia

“Visit the Set” of Indigenous Culture and Landscapes on a Trip to Australia

Australia is a land of abundant wonders. As the recent Dundee campaign starring Danny McBride and the Hemsworth Brothers proved, it has an enviable natural landscape. It’s home to the icons of the Red Centre like Uluru/Ayers Rock and Kata Tjuta/The Olgas, the incomparable majesty of the Great Barrier Reef, and the world-class cities of Sydney […]

Ayers Rock (Uluru) in the morning, Northern Territory, Australia

Explore the Australian Outback on a Vacation Down Under

Roaming kangaroos bounding across the desert; the sound of the didgeridoo ringing out in the open air; a massive red sandstone monolith rising from the arid plains—these images and sounds of the Australian Outback are majestic and universally iconic. In fact, there’s likely nothing more quintessentially Australian than the Outback. So why not explore the […]

Ningaloo Reef: Australia’s Other Coral Attraction

The Great Barrier Reef might be Australia’s most well-known reef, but it’s certainly not Australia’s only reef worth visiting. If you want to explore Australia’s waters, swim with sea creatures, and avoid the crowds, take a trip to Australia’s lesser-known, World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef and Australia’s Coral Coast, the world’s most accessible and largest fringing […]

Western Australia Wildflowers, Australia

Western Australia’s Wildflower Season is in Full Bloom!

With 12,000 species of wildflowers scattered across 2.5 million square kilometres of our planet’s terrain, 60 per cent of which can only be found in Western Australia, it’s no surprise Western Australia’s wildflower season draws visitors from all over the world. As the name implies, Western Australia is Australia‘s most western and largest state, encompassing […]