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Couple at Ubirr Rock, Kakadu, Northern Territory

See the real Australia

Seeing Uluru or snorkelling the Great Barrier Reef is a pretty special way to travel – that we’d never deny. But as any local will tell you, it’s Australia’s backstories that really bring its attractions to life.

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Aboriginal tour leader at Pudakul in the Northern Territory

Cultural experiences

Fundamental to understanding Australia as a whole is an appreciation of Indigenous culture, its history and relation to country. Intercultural exchanges with Indigenous communities are one way we seek to inspire this.

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Local guide at Uluru, Northern Territory

Expert local guides

The only thing our guides love more than their country is the chance to show it off. Approachable, easy-going and well versed in all things Australia, we reckon they’re the best guides going round.

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Reef to Rock


  • Compare the striking Red Centre to the turquoise coast of Far North Queensland.
  • Stop off at rarely visited outposts and get a true sense of Outback life.
  • Discover the natural beauty and Indigenous history of the Red Centre on a 3-day tour.

This off-road adventure is for travellers wanting to know Australia both through and beyond its big name attractions. After getting your tropical fix in Cairns and the Atherton Tablelands, drive west for tastes of genuine Outback culture at little-known outposts such as Hughenden, Porcupine Creek and Boulia. Get to know Alice Springs under your own steam, then spend a few days exploring the icons of Australia’s spectacular Red Centre – Uluru, Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon (Watarrka National Park).

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Taste of Tasmania


  • Visit arguably the most popular museum in Australia right now; MONA
  • Our new & improved Tassie trip will take you where others won’t.  We’ll visit the untouched rainforests of the Tarkine where you can enjoy the beauty by foot, kayak or cruise.
  • Hike in Cradle Mountain
  • Explore the beauty of Freycinet & Wineglass Bay

On the Australian travel scene, lil' old Tassie is a right up-and-comer. Pristine wilderness, exceptional hiking, jaw-droppingly beautiful beaches, superb dining – there's plenty to like. And this trip, starting and finishing in Hobart, does a pretty good job of seeing it all. Take in the various attractions of Hobart, enter the Gondwanan-like wilderness of Tarkine, get your hike on in Cradle Mountain and watch Little Penguins waddle ashore at Bicheno.

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