The Land Down Under.
A land that is filled with unique characteristics and culture; where the animals are something extraordinary and the people are friendly and fun.
Australia is a vast country with an abundance of space, much of it empty. You’ll find a population of around 23.5 million people scattered throughout six States and two Territories; all of which have their own intriguing history and landscapes. No matter what time of year you travel, you’ll find a destination to suit.
In Western Australia, you’ll find yourself lost amongst the rugged Australian outback, with an abundance of activities including swimming with whale sharks, touring the Kimberleys and enjoying a river cruise on the Margaret River.
The Northern Territory is where you’ll find the Red Centre of Australia – the famous Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Park. Alice Springs is located at the heart of the State, while the World-Heritage Listed Kakadu National Park is unlike anything else you can imagine.
Queensland’s sub tropical climate sees visitors from around the world flock to the stunning beaches, exploring the coastal cities, tropical islands, rainforests, the fresh outback air and the world famous Great Barrier Reef.
The alpine mountains, stunning beaches and outback towns are what visitors to New South Wales enjoy the most – all resting alongside an icon around the world, Sydney – with its Opera House and Harbour Bridge. Nearby, Canberra lies in the Australian Capital Territory.
Victoria is an adventure playground with its alpine terrain boasting some of Australia’s best resorts for winter sports; while the Mighty Murray River provides an astounding backdrop for a spot of fishing or a houseboat experience.
For the most amazing wine regions and country lifestyle, South Australia has the best in the world. You’ll also find an intriguing blend of culture with beautiful Kangaroo Island, Fleureau Peninsula and the jawdropping Flinders Ranges.
Just a short flight or sail across the water and Tasmania is where Australian settlement began with many remnants of convict culture remaining. The land itself is lush and green and filled with some of Australia’s best natural reserves and wilderness areas.
Australia is vast, but getting around in Australia is easy, with regular flights between major cities and towns; car hire or RV options available everywhere; and easy to follow highways and roads. It doesn’t matter where you’re planning to travel, Australia is abundant with beauty and adventure.
Contact the team at E|Habla Luxury Travel Agency on 1800 990 998 to discuss your bespoke travel requirements.