Our Top 5 Must-Do's
SCUBA DIVE THE GREAT BARRIER REEF
The world-famous Great Barrier Reef is considered one of the most iconic reef systems on the planet. Unfortunately, in recent years it has been making headlines for less than ideal reasons. Don’t be deterred though, there is still 100’s of miles of pristine reef to check out!
SEE ULURU & THE OUTBACK
In the heart of Australia lies Alice Springs, the Red Centre and home to Uluru (or Ayers Rock). Uluru is as tall as the Eiffel Tower and is a very popular tourist attraction for Australia. It is one of many natural landmarks that can be found in the red centre of Australia.
VISIT WHITEHAVEN BEACH
Sink your toes into some of the world’s whitest sand. This beach is considered by many as the most beautiful beach on the earth. Whitehaven is located in the Whitsundays and is visited mostly by people staying in the town of Airlie Beach.
ROADTRIP THE EAST COAST
MEET THE LOCAL WILDLIFE
Australia is home to some of the most well maintained and ethical Zoos on the planet. So if you are at all intrigued by the whacky and odd animals from the Land Down Under check out one of the zoos, we recommend Taronga, Australia Zoo or Melbourne Zoo.
**Note: You can’t hold Koalas in New South Wales