Explore Australia

What to see in Australia

  • Canberra — the purpose-built national capital of Australia
  • Adelaide — the wine capitol of the world, a relaxed South Australian alternative to the big eastern cities
  • Brisbane — capital of sun-drenched Queensland and gateway to beautiful sandy beaches
  • Cairns — gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, Port Douglas, Daintree National Park, and many beautiful beaches and resorts; a great place for people to getaway to and relax
  • Darwin — Australia’s tropical northern capital, at the top end of the Northern Territory
  • Hobart — picturesque and quiet capital of Tasmania, the site of the second convict settlement in Australia
  • Melbourne — Australia’s second largest city, Melbourne is a large sporting, shopping and cultural capital; it is regarded as Australia’s most European city in style
  • Perth — the most remote continental capital city on Earth, on the south-western edge of Western Australia
  • Sydney Harbor, with the city skyline and Harbor Bridge, viewed from Kiribilli at night
  • Sydney — Australia’s oldest and largest city, famous for its picturesque harbor
  • Blue Mountains — a mountainous region in New South Wales, including the Three Sisters
  • Dandenong Ranges — these beautiful ranges offer world class gardens and the picturesque villages of Mt. Dandenong
  • Great Barrier Reef — off the coast of Queensland, easily accessible from Cairns, and even as far south as the Town of 1770
  • Great Ocean Road — a spectacular coastal drive in Victoria past many scenic icons including the 12 Apostles
  • Kakadu National Park — outback adventure travel, aboriginal culture and nature activities in the Northern Territory
  • Nitmiluk National Park — the amazing Katherine Gorge, close to the town of Katherine
  • Gold Coast — beachside and national park playground south of Brisbane]
  • Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park — Uluru (also known as Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) are iconic rock formations in the Red Centre
  • Watarrka National Park — most famous for Kings Canyon, a mighty chasm reaching a depth of 270 meters