Attractions

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Every great city has its icon, its point of recognition, the gem in its urban skyline.

For Melbourne, it’s the Eureka Tower, a 297 metre gold plated skyscraper by the Yarra River in the heart of the Southbank precinct.

Located on the top floors, Eureka 89 and Eureka Skydeck offer unparalleled views across metropolitan Melbourne, both with their own truly memorable and unique experiences.

Eureka Skydeck is Melbourne’s greatest viewpoint, and one of the most stunning observation decks in the world. Eureka 89 offers a degustation dining experience with glorious views through floor to ceiling windows.

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In the turquoise water of Talbot Bay, Horizontal Falls has been described by naturalist David Attenborough as “one of the greatest wonders of the natural world”.

A part of the Lalang-garram/Horizontal Falls Marine Park, this natural phenomenon is created when fast moving tidal currents rush through two narrow gorges of the McLarty Range at an astonishing rate, creating the effect of horizontal waterfalls.

You can appreciate Horizontal Falls from the air with a scenic flight on our tours from Broome, get up close and hold on tight as you take a thrilling boat ride through the rushing water torrents, or if you would like to have an extended experience you can join our Derby Overnight Stay, Horizontal Falls 24 Hour Stay or our 4 Night Ultimate Horizontal Falls Cruise.

Sometimes all you need is a little inspiration

48 Hours in McLaren Vale

It’s human nature to be curious about the unknown. Curiosity has driven us to cut through the dense mesh of the Amazon rainforest, to drive a flagpole into the ice at the South Pole, to send submarines to the bottom of the Mariana Trench… even to leave footprints on the surface of the moon. But what happens when all of the unknown places become known?

The saviour of the Gibb River Road

For more than 20 years, one man has helped make the remote drive down the iconic Gibb River Road in Western Australia’s Kimberley region not just possible, but also highly memorable for thousands of travellers.

Reef Immersion with Little Fish

Crystal Lacey, better known as Little Fish, has dedicated her life to preserving the Great Barrier Reef. She gives us the top tips on how to enjoy and care for the Reef.