First or even second time visitors will always want to kick off their time in Australia with a stay in the most famous harbour in the world. Spend a few days exploring Sydney and the regions that surround it, with a top guide who will be tailored to you and your family. Discover incredible architecture, explore the art scene, dine in world-class restaurants, watch a performance at the Opera House, and spend time with a top photographer who will capture your time in this amazing city on film for you, to look back on in years to come. Fly by seaplane to one of the city’s finest restaurants that overlooks the crashing waves of the Pacific, scale the Sydney Harbour Bridge and ride on one of Sydney’s iconic ferries.
• Spend time with a top guide
• Visit the Opera House – Behind the scenes tour
• Private seaplane flight to top restaurant
Blue Mountains & Bouddi Peninsula
Head inland and visit the Blue Mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage site characterised by vast eucalyptus forests, majestic sandstone cliffs and a region that holds cultural and historical significance for the local Indigenous communities. If you’re feeling adventurous, zip line, quad bike or perhaps spend a day on an outdoor survival course in the bush to test your skills of endurance. For the ultimate rest and relaxation whilst you’re in the region, head to The Pretty Beach House which is a luxurious and secluded retreat nestled in the pristine surroundings of Bouddi National Park with fine dining, and a range of experiences that celebrate the local culture and landscape.
• Quad Bike
• Zip Line
• Outdoor survival course
• Chill time
• Good food and wine
Fly from Sydney to Ayers Rock for a magical two-night stay in an exclusive desert retreat that offers a remarkable blend of natural beauty, modern comforts, and cultural immersion. Stargazing, storytelling, indigenous art classes, guided hikes and gourmet meals inspired by the region's flavours are all on the menu.
• Star gazing
• Guided hikes
• Indigenous art class
• Aboriginal Storytelling
Complete your stay in Australia at Southern Ocean Lodge, situated on Kangaroo Island – Australia’s answer to The Galapagos, which opens once more OR has re-opened its doors one more (depending on when this goes out) following the devastating bush fires in early 2020. The multi award-winning lodge has been rebuilt to be grander than ever with environmental sustainability at its core, and it will treat its guests to coastal wilderness views, clifftop walks, geological phenomena, and a myriad of wildlife as you graze on delicious canapes and sip sparkling Australian wine.
• Wilderness and clifftop walks
• Good food and fine