Jump in for a swim or take a walk along the coast at Woolamai Beach before heading to the Penguin Parade on Phillip Island at dusk. Watch in amazement as the penguins come out of the ocean and back to their homes.
Spend the day exploring one of the world's oldest mountain ranges - the Grampians. Hike to amazing Balconies Lookout and the base of the Mackenzie Falls, learn about the local Aboriginal culture and stop for dinner on the way back to Melbourne.
From cute and fluffy mammals to large, majestic sea creatures, this tour has it all! You'll travel about 3800 kilometres across the Nullabor Plain experiencing the diverse landscapes and wildlife to satisfy nature lovers and adventurers alike.
Explore the beautiful blue oceans and pure white sand of the amazing Coral Coast and the hidden gorges and tranquil freshwater swimming holes of Karijini National Park. For the fit and active, a real chance to connect with the breathtaking surrounds.
Travel from the lush Top End, through the Red Centre, on to the southern coastal city of Adelaide, before stopping in the Grampians National Park and sweeping along the Great Ocean Road through to Melbourne.
Travel north of Cairns to Cape Tribulation where Reef meets Rainforest. See the animals of the rainforest at the award winning Rainforest Habitat Sanctuary, walk in the rainforest and take a river cruise to see large crocodiles.
From saltwater crocodiles in the Top End to the Tasmanian Devil in our southern-most state, Australia is known for its unique mammals, birds and reptiles.
In national parks and wildlife centres, you can pat a kangaroo, cuddle a koala, feed a wallaby or observe a potteroo. Experience our marine life by cave diving with white pointer sharks, swimming with sea lions, dolphins or stingrays, or snorkelling with luminous fish. Head Outback to see flocks of emus, mobs of kangaroos and the world’s largest wild camel population. And don’t forget our exotic parrots, water-birds, passing whales … and the many species of rare birds in New Zealand, from sea birds to the famous kiwi. You’ll find them all on ATA tours.