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Posted date 16.03.2021

Iconic Australian Experiences

                                                                                                                                No tourists coming in? No flights going out? No problem!

2021 is the greatest opportunity we’ll ever have to tick an iconic Australian experience off our proverbial bucket list, so let’s get on with it! Holiday here this year and support local tourism with one of our iconic packages below. There are, of course, PLENTY more to choose from, so contact us if you’re ready to start planning your ultimate local holiday



Learn to Surf In Byron Bay

This popular beginner course teaches you how to safely get out and up onto your first wave. You will be taught in a small group setting so you get plenty of hands-on help. Staying three nights at Lord Byron Resort, enjoy everything Byron Bay has to offer, from boutique shops, world renowned cuisine and of course, the waves on the nearby beaches.








Eat & Drink Your Way Around The Barossa

Travel from the city of Adelaide northwards to the world renowned Barossa Valley. Enjoy the change of scenery as you make your way into the vineyards of South Australia’s premium wine region. Stops include Pindarie, Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop, Lambert Estate at Angaston, Mengler Hill Lookout and then onto the Barossa Valley Chocolate Company.





Camel Ride Against An Epic Sunset In Broome

Stroll down Sanctuary Road to the clear white sands of Cable Beach. Blue Seas Resort, Cable Beach Broome is one of the best located resorts in Broome. Enjoy shopping for pearls, live music, local wildlife or a tempting array of water based activities, all within walking distance. See the highlights and history of Broome. Learn about the outback town’s unique heritage and current alfresco lifestyle and relax with a glass of sparkling after a Sunset Camel Ride along Cable Beach.







Visit Tasmania’s Cultural Capital

Wine and art. A match made in the proverbial. Mona, the Museum of Old and New Art, is Australia’s largest privately-owned gallery and museum. Showcasing the diverse collection of its owner, Tasmanian gambler and maths nerd David Walsh, Mona exhibits everything from ancient Egyptian funerary objects and modernist masterpieces to a word waterfall and a machine that mimics the human digestive system.



Nab A Quokka Selfie On Rottnest Island, WA


Quokkas have been described as the “world’s happiest animal” and a photo of a Quokka snapping a selfie has proven why. Quokkas are famous for their eagerness to pose for selfies and Rottnest Island is the only place where about 10,000 of them are free to roam, safe from predators. Discovery Rottnest Island celebrates the island’s simple pleasures – quality time with family and friends, sunshine, swimming and serenity in a natural environment






Swim With Whale Sharks In Exmouth, WA

Come and snorkel with the biggest fish in the sea! Travel aboard a customised vessel for a day of fun on the World Heritage Ningaloo Reef. Spotter planes are used to locate the whalesharks as they are in the wild, not fed to attract them. Then it’s time to get in with your experienced guides who will lead you on the greatest adventure of a lifetime! RAC Exmouth Cape Holiday Park is situated at the gateway to the Ningaloo Reef and is the ideal location for a holiday.







Take Flight Over Flinders Ranges, SA

With spectacular views of Wilpena Pound, Rawnsley Park Station provides the perfect base for exploring South Australia’s Flinders Ranges. Facilities include the fully licensed Woolshed Restaurant, caravan park and store, as well as Scenic Flights, 4WD Day Tours, Walking Trails, guided breakfast walks and balloon flights.





Cruise The Whitsundays On A Private Charter

Slip into the Whitsundays in style on a 54ft fully crewed privately chartered yacht.
Be pampered with so much more time to laze around or explore the best of Whitsundays far from the crowds. Snorkel in some of the best of the Whitsundays’ fringing reef and visit the iconic Whitehaven Beach, one of the most photographed beaches in the world.






Red Centre Essentials

As the spiritual heart of Australia, Uluru and Kata Tjuta have a strong cultural history ingrained in each experience. Explore the base on foot with an Indigenous guide or experience the Field of Light art installation, by Bruce Munro.








The Great Ocean Road

Discover one of the world’s great coastal drives. See the pretty seaside town of Lorne as you travel the length of the Great Ocean Road. Pass towering limestone cliffs, white beaches and forest scenery. See the spectacular Twelve Apostles, as well as Loch Ard Gorge. Experience the Legends of ‘The Shipwreck Coast’.