Our PicksNature DestinationsAustralia is home to some of the best natural wonders in the world. Our landscape as varied as it is vast; from deserts plains to tropical rainforests, and marine parks, to coastal and mountainous ranges, all waiting to be explored.
Immerse yourself in nature. Cradle Mountain-Lake Sinclair National Park is one of Australia's true wilderness treasures. With its famed craggy peaks and reflective Dove Lake, it's admired by trekkers from right across the world, including us.
The significance of the Great Barrier Reef can’t be underestimated; the world’s largest coral reef system is home to thousands of marine life and coral species as well as some of the world’s best islands and beaches.
One of the most culturally and naturally significant sites in Australia, Kakadu is a bounty of ancient landscapes, timeless stories and prolific wildlife. Every day in Kakadu is an adventure and an education.
New South Wales
One of the most pristine and protected islands in the Pacific, Lord Howe Island is blessed with idyllic beauty from lush forest canopies to dramatic peaks and surrounding sparkling waters and reef.
Looking for a beach holiday? Throwdown your towel and welcome to the Fraser Coast. Home to World Heritage-listed icons, some of the best diving in the country, stellar beaches, untouched rainforest, and a humpback whale or two!
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.
A world-class wilderness experience that calls nature lovers from all over the world. This much-loved national park offers a spectacular landscape where granite mountains meet sandy beaches, and open bushland merges with dense rainforest.
One of the world’s most significant natural treasures, the Daintree is not only the oldest living rainforest on earth but the only World-heritage site in existence to intersect with another – the Great Barrier Reef.
A biologically significant environment rich in breathtaking scenery, rare and extraordinary Aboriginal art and home to the mesmerising four-tier Mitchell falls, a thundering display of power and natural beauty.
One of the jewels in the East Coast’s crown, Freycinet National Park attracts adventurers, nature lovers, and people who want to simply sit and enjoy the fresh local seafood, stunning scenery and world-renowned beaches.