We are Australian Tourist Commission approved agents with years of experience tailor-making trips to Australia and New Zealand.
Whether you are just going to see relatives or seeking the journey of a lifetime we can plan a trip that meets your every need. The most popular places to go on a first visit are Sydney, Uluru, and the Great Barrier Reef, but there is so much more to this amazing Continent.
Choose whether to have a stopover on your way there or on the way back or not at all! Sample the The Far East, Dubai, South Africa, the South Pacific or North America en route downunder. Fly Economy, Premium Economy, Business or First Class.
Distances are vast - consider combining internal flights, rail journeys and self- drive. Escorted tours help you get the most out of your chosen itinerary.
We can source accommodation to meet most budgets and tastes, from value for money 2* to luxurious 5* hotels, bed and breakfast accommodation, lodges and island resorts. For flexibility hire a motorhome or consider purchasing hotel passes to use as you go.
There is an unrivalled range of cultural, historic and scenic attractions:
Sydney - the Opera House, Bridge, Harbour, and Bondi Beach. The Blue Mountains and Hunter Valley vineyards are within easy reach and well worth a visit.
South Australia - Highlights include Melbourne, the scenic Great Ocean Road, Kangaroo island for wildlife, and the Barossa Valley vineyards.
Queensland - Brisbane and Cairns are gateways to the sunshine state and its' extensive beaches, not to mention the unique Great Barrier Reef, the beautiful Whitsundays, ideal for sailing and diving, and the Rainforests in the North. A popular option is to sample the delights of the Reef by taking a catamaran from one of the ports such as Cairns.
Darwin and Northern Territory - visit Kakadu National Park, Katherine Gorge, and Alice Springs, Kings Canyon and of course Uluru (Ayers Rock). Learn how the Aboriginal people tamed this inhospitable land.
Perth and Western Australia - Situated on the Swan River, Perth lies between the Indian Ocean and the Darling Ranges. Historic Freemantle is just half an hour away.
Further afield there are many wildlife havens such as Monkey Mia, Ningaloo Reef, and Margaret River, whilst the wilderness of the rugged Kimberley area covers an area three times the size of England.