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.
On a remote stretch of the Western Australian coastline, where the outback meets the reef, you’ll find a place like no other: Sal Salis. A beachside safari camp with 15 eco-luxe tents dotted amongst the dunes, its unmatched setting offers exquisite views of the World Heritage Listed Ningaloo Reef. Immerse yourself in this remarkable place, swimming with whale sharks and exploring the coral reef just metres offshore, while enjoying fine wine and dining. With privacy and comfort in equal measure, Sal Salis is the perfect wilderness oasis.
The rail journey from Adelaide to Darwin features incredible landscapes and Off Train Excursions along the way. For an even deeper connection with nature, our Kakadu Splendour itinerary takes you to the heart of this World Heritage wonderland.
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”.
You can appreciate Horizontal Falls from the air with a scenic flight on our tours from Broome, or get up close and hold on tight as you take a thrilling boat ride through the rushing water torrents.
WHITEHAVEN BEACH & HILL INLET ADVENTURE
Indulge in the ultimate Whitsundays adventure; exploring spectacular Hill Inlet, snorkelling the fringing reef, swimming and hiking. Immerse yourself in the Whitsundays with the adventure that has it all.