Our PicksFamily DestinationsAustralia offers up an abundance of family friendly experiences and getaways. From getting up close and personal with our native wildlife, to enjoying a game of beach cricket in one of our many seaside holiday villages, camping in the wilderness and enjoying our vibrant cities that are home to theme parks filled with childhood memories.
Nature and wildlife abound on Phillip Island, a family-friendly getaway less than two hours from Melbourne and home to the famed Penguin Parade.
New South Wales
Paradise personified. World-class white sandy beaches, a pristine marine park boasting turquoise waters full of sea life, and charming seaside villages.
Steeped in childhood nostalgia, the Gold Coast is a much-loved family holiday destination. Whether you come for the region's adventure theme parks, it famous beaches, or to escape into the lush hinterland - you'll feel an energy that'll have you coming back for more.
When more than a third of an island is protected National and Conservation parks, you know you're in for a wealth of inspiring nature-based experiences, you won't miss its famous wildlife...
One of the true icons of Austalia, Uluru is the spiritual heart of the country and the traditional land of the Aṉangu People. Take your time, as you explore this sacred region.
One of the most stunning regions in the country, Tasmania's East Coast is home to five extraordinary national parks dotted along the coastline, including the striking Freycinet National Park. We hope you love seafood - you'll be dining on some of the best in the state!
Lying in the heart of one of our greatest national treasures, the Great Barrier Reef, the Whitsunday Islands are its crowning glory. These 74 tropical islands prove that the region’s beauty is just as rich above water as below it.
A favourite amongst holiday-makers, the Sunshine Coast offers an escape just north of Brisbane with superb beaches, a relaxed lifestyle, subtropical rainforests, rivers, lakes, and charming towns and villages.
New South Wales
The mighty Murray is filled with Australian holiday memories. You'll wake to the sound of kookaburras and the smell of eucalyptus, there are people waterskiing and paddle steamers making their way upstream.
On the far west coast of Australia, in an area of pristine wilderness, some very special visitors have been coming close to shore for more than 40 years, surrounded by white sandy beaches, rugged red cliffs and turquoise waters.