Be captivated by Australia. A country that is incredibly large and diverse. In every corner, there is something else to discover. Be welcomed by the friendly locals with a classic ‘G’ day, how are ya goin?’ And immerse yourself in ancient landscapes and compelling culture. A beautiful country with a big heart.
Australia, a big land with a big story
Australia boasts countless beaches, hundreds of national parks, and the oldest culture on earth. Explore the countryside. Tropical islands. Wineries. Coral reef. Vibrant cities. The outback. Seaside towns. Ancient rainforests. And unique wildlife that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. Australia is a must to visit.
National Parks in Australia. An endless array of natural wonders
Australia, rich in nature with an abundance of native wildlife. With a galore of national parks, covering millions of hectares of land, there is no shortage of natural treasures. From rugged gorges and winding rivers to tropical rainforests and crocodile-infested waters. Ancient rock art. Waterfalls. Elusive birds. Secret swimming holes. A large variety of walks. And more.
Let a local Indigenous guide show you their land. A special experience that will capture your heart. They know the country like no other and will share their special stories with you. Learn about the diverse flora and fauna. Go boating, fishing, hiking, kayaking or hop in a 4WD and discover the country, the Aussie-way! There is something for everyone.
"Australia has so many things to offer; wildlife, the outback, Indigenous culture, ocean with coral reef, beaches, rainforest and mountains. Aussies are very friendly and open to visitors. Would you rather be alone in the middle of nowhere or enjoy a vibrant city? The choice is yours!"Sylvia, Travel specialist
Australia, beautifully diverse. Discover an open-air gallery of rich landscapes
Australia covers 7.692 million km². A country with a blend of everything. Boasting a variety of different climates, seasons and diverse landscapes, there are endless wonders to discover. With colourful and vibrant coastal cities, over 10,000 beaches, small and quirky country towns, rainforest, islands and vast red deserts. Each corner is filled with beauty and its own diversity.
Australia is divided into six states and two territories. With most of the population living along the coast, so are the major cities. Each city has its own character and differences. In the rest of the country, you can find special, remote and timeless landscapes. Places where nature is untouched and undisturbed.
From the sun-kissed outback to the tropical rainforests and coral reef in the north. Cities bursting with culture. Wineries. Snow-capped mountains. Lakes. Rivers. Gorges. Jagged cliffs. Marine parks. White-sand beaches. Rolling countryside. And more. Which Australian treasures would you like to see?
Connect with the oldest living culture on the planet. Embrace the rituals and traditions
Immerse yourself in a fascinating culture. Europeans have lived in Australia for merely 200 years. Indigenous Australians are the oldest living culture on earth, dating back over 50,000 years. Embark on a journey with a local guide. Listen to their stories. Admire their art. Learn about their history. Watch their dance. Sing. Taste their food. And grasp their spirituality.
Aboriginal people across Australia are waiting to welcome you. And tell you their stories. In each corner of the country, with their own traits and traditions, it is a truly unique experience. The Aborigines have always lived in close connection to their country. And their ancient creation myths still play a vital role in their culture today. This is evident throughout the country.
Would you like to experience a traditional "Welcome to Country" ceremony? A tradition that pays tribute to the Aborigines. It is conducted by an Aboriginal elder, who welcomes visitors to their traditional land. The ceremony can be accompanied by singing, dancing, smoke or a speech. This unique ceremony will help you become more aware of how long, intense and lasting the Aboriginal's relationship with their country has been.
More than 10,000 beaches
With over 25,760 kilometres of coastline, Australia is jam-packed with spectacular beaches. Approximately 85% of the population lives along the coastline which means many Aussies enjoy a beach lifestyle. Yes, there are beaches throughout Europe and the rest of the world, but Australian beaches are some of the best on the planet.
Why? Wide-stretched, as far as the eye can see. Pearled-white squeaky sand and the bluest water. With no one else in sight, it is nature in it’s purest form. With endless beaches to choose from, some of the country’s finest are Noosa Heads in sunny Queensland, Bay of Fires in Tasmania, Manly Beach in Sydney and Ned’s Beach on Lord Howe’s Island.
Bushfires in Australia
Bushfires are a part of Australia, over millions of years they have shaped the landscape to what it is today. Eucalyptus forests thrive on bushfires and some of Australia’s flora has evolved and relied on bushfires for reproduction. They create new life by dropping seeds. A cycle of fire, rain and recovery, an occurrence that is well-known in Australia - the fire continent.
However, the 2019/2020 bushfires were devastating for communities of Australia and the wildlife. It is evident these fires were more intense than in previous years. Yet due to the large size of the country, 98.5% of the land was untouched by the fires. And the other 1.5% started the regeneration process, just weeks after the fires occurred.
Flora and fauna that cannot be found anywhere else in the world
Australia, a natural wonderland. Featuring one million different native species. Mammals, frogs, reptiles and flowering plants of which 80% are unique to Australia. With 379 different species of mammals including kangaroos, koalas, echidna, wallaby, wombat, platypus and dingo. There is no shortage of weird and wonderful creatures to learn about.
Are you a keen bird watcher? Australia has approximately 828 species of birds. Half of which cannot be found anywhere else in the world. Or do reptiles interest you? With approximately 300 species of lizards, 140 species of snakes and two species of crocodiles, Australia is a reptile paradise.
"If you would like to see koala's, I would really recommend visiting Magnetic Island. It's not uncommon to see koalas in residential areas, as well as in the bush, their natural habitat". Judi, Travel specialist
Off land, the marine environment of Australia is extremely special. With over 4000 species of fish, 1700 species of coral and 50 marine animals, it is a place like no other. Many of the marine species found in the southern waters of Australia are also not found anywhere else in the world.
Are you interested in learning more about this fascinating country? Please contact us, we would love to chat more about the uniqueness of Australia.
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