Nature

Australia’s breakaway from the Gondwana supercontinent more than 100 million years ago set our country on a unique evolutionary path. There are natural wonders, species, sights and sounds here that you simply can’t find anywhere else.

Australia’s wilderness areas are biodiverse beacons for travellers looking to see and experience something beyond the ordinary. From the Red Centre to the tropical wilds of Kakadu, and the remote Kimberley to the spellbinding Whitsundays, we’ll take you there.

The best way to experience the Ningaloo Reef region.
Matt S - TripAdvisor
Nature - Journey Beyond
Nature - Journey Beyond
Nature - Journey Beyond
Nature - Journey Beyond
The most luxurious train journey we've ever done
Karen B - TripAdvisor
Nature - Journey Beyond
Nature - Journey Beyond
Nature - Journey Beyond
Nature - Journey Beyond
What an amazing experience! All staff were so welcoming and professional. A true credit to what seems like a first class operation. We are already planning our next cruise with you!
Beth
Nature - Journey Beyond
Nature - Journey Beyond
Nature - Journey Beyond
Nature - Journey Beyond

Sometimes all you need is a little inspiration

Blue Skies and Bike Rides

Rottnest Island is not only famous for its cute and friendly quokkas, it also boasts some of the best beaches in Western Australia. Combining Insta-worthy scenery with an excellent network of cycle paths, Rotto is the perfect place to discover by bike.

Something wild this way comes

Meet the game-changing entrepreneur championing Australia’s native foods.

Canberra, a Capital of Choice

If evidence is needed that Australia does everything that little bit differently, Canberra is it. Most countries elect a geographically central city or a highly populated metropolis as the capital. Australia resolved political wrangling between Melbourne and Sydney by choosing neither. After several years of scouting, Canberra was selected as the capital in 1909, legislated in 1911 and officially designated the capital of Australia on 12 March 1913.