There’s nothing like Australia for sheer diversity of experiential luxury travel destinations … from stunning coastlines through to ancient rainforests, unique wildlife, the magical outback, vibrant cities, Indigenous culture, gourmet food and wine producing regions – Australia offers something for everybody. Relax, enjoy a sense of timelessness, and the chance to discover the land down under, their people, and yourself.
australia ~ bespoke highlights
• Go on a safari in Kakadu and Arnhem Land’s spectacular outback wilderback with Sab Lord, a proud Territorian with a deep understanding of the local Aboriginal people
• Learn to surf in Byron Bay.
• Sleep beneath the stars of the outback
• Dine under the starry desert sky at Ayers Rock.
• Shuck for oysters in Tasmania
• Immerse yourself in the bush on the four day Arkaba Walk in the beautiful Flinders Range.
• Swim with the largest fish in the world, the whale shark, on the Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia.
• Sample some of Australia’s finest wine or port (including your birth year) in the Barossa Valley.
• Take a classic seaplane flight to Cottage Point Inn for lunch, soaring high above Sydney Harbour and its impressive landmarks.
Ayers Rock | barossa valley | blue mountains | daintree | flinders range | freycinet | great barrier reef | kangaroo island | kimberley | top end / kakadu | sydney | ningaloo reef
Ayers Rock (ulurU) (NT)
The dual World Heritage listed wilderness of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is arguably the nation’s most famous natural landscape.
Blue mountains (nsw)
“A great natural wonder and World Heritage Area, the Blue Mountains stretch for over 1,000,000 hectares and are an awe-inspiring.
barossa Valley (sa)
One of the world’s finest wine producing regions, the Barossa is a vibrant community with a rich 160-year old culinary … See details
The World Heritage listed Daintree National Park, just two hours north of Cairns, is home to one of the oldest …
Great barrier reef (QLD)
A world heritage listed, natural inspirations and one of Australia’s most remarkable natural gifts, the Great Barrier Reef is blessed.
Kangaroo Island (SA)
Widely regarded as Australia’s Galapagos, brimming with diverse wildlife and natural beauty, this is an isalnd of extraordinary contrasts, teeming …
Kakadu / top end (NT)
“Known for its rich indigenous culture, tropical weather, national parks and laid-back lifestyle.
The Kimberley (WA)
The landscape is spectacular but inhospitable. It’s not the kind of place where you expect to be pampered, but that’s precisely what happens on North Star’s Kimberley Wilderness Cruise.
Ningaloo Reef (WA)
With an impressive reputation as one of Earth’s last ocean paradises Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia is one of the largest fringing reefs and a must see destination… See details
Sydney surrounds (NSW)
Surrounded by the meeting of five iconic waterways, a stone’s throw from Sydney’s CBD, pristine sandy beaches and sparkling bays.
great walks of australia - tasmania
SWIM WITH WHALE SHARKS
GLAMPING IN THE FLINDERS RANGE
Freycinet marine Oyster farm
drive the great ocean road
Walk the harbour bridge Sydney
uluru & LongituDe 131 – Exploring austlalia’s red centre
What Our Bespoke travelers Are Saying
Don’t just take it from us, let our bespoke clients do the talking!
“Just left Arkaba in Western Australia. LOVED LOVED LOVED it. Both of us. Great group, great guides, great food, great weather. Thank you for finding this hidden gem for us!”M.Meltzer | Active Holiday. Great Walks of Australia. Destination: Arkaba-Flinders Range, Australia.
“G’day from downunder! Really enjoyed Sal Salis, Ningaloo Reef. What a special place! Got to swim with a whale shark and saw 2 blue whales!”Katherine & Michael, June Romantic Holiday. Destination: Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia.
Looking to extend your trip?
Australia’s size and variety of terrain and climates means that it works well as a stand-alone destination, but there are a number of stopovers that combine well to break the journey depending on where you are flying from…