Below is a selection of properties and experiences we recommend in the many and varied regions of Australia.
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Cairns/Great Barrier Reef
The Cairns region is bounded by the World Heritage-listed Daintree National Park in the north, the quaint cane-field villages in the south and the magnificent Coral Sea coastline abutting the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park to the east.
Who said that coastlines were meant to be crowded? With more than 2,000 kilometres of Australian coastline, you get as much space to yourself as you need.
Freycinet East Coast
The area surrounding Hobart is rich with landscapes and experiences, including the Coal River Valley wineries and Australia’s most famous convict heritage site, Port Arthur.
The East Coast is famous for the Bay of Fires: the sea is aqua, and deserted shell-strewn beaches stretch for kilometres.
Great Ocean Road
The Great Ocean Road is a 243-kilometre (151 m) stretch of road along the south-eastern coast of Australia between the Victorian cities of Torquay and Warrnambool. The road was built by returned soldiers between 1919 and 1932, and is the world’s largest war memorial; dedicated to casualties of World War I.
Kangaroo Island is famous for its abundant wildlife species and natural beauty. Covering almost 4500 sq km (a third of which is conservation land), the island is relatively free of feral species allowing animal and bird populations to thrive.
Framed by the MacDonnell Ranges and an intense desert landscape, the township of Alice Springs is Australia’s most famous outback town. Alice Springs desert climate and landscapes encourage a healthy outdoor lifestyle and sets a great scene for outback adventure.
Melbourne is the capital of Victoria and Australia’s second-largest city. It’s known for its lively, cosmopolitan centre set on the northern banks of the Yarra River as well as a fanatical love for the creative arts and good living.
Brisbane is the capital of Queensland – a city of sunny skies, river views and optimism. Its 1 million residents enjoy their food, their wine and their outdoor lifestyle (this is a city that’s literally criss-crossed with running tracks!)
Sydney is Australia’s oldest and largest city, and ranks alongside Vancouver, Cape Town and Rio as one of the world’s most stunning ocean-side cities. Its laid-back outdoor lifestyle and physical attributes make it the easiest and most pleasant of cities to visit.
The Kimberley Region is vast, covering an expanse of nearly 423,000 square kilometres. With an estimated population of just 30,000 it has fewer people per square kilometre than almost any other place on Earth. It’s known for its mighty rivers, huge ranges and lush – almost magical – waterholes.
Darwin is the capital of the Northern Territory, a part of Australia that retains its sense of frontier. The city is a tropical enclave sophisticated and laid-back, prosperous and good-natured. It’s also a hub of great living with its cliffs, beaches and shirt-sleeve climate.
Port Douglas is one of Australia’s most fashionable resort destinations with five-star restaurants, art galleries and designer boutiques.
Victorian High Country
High Country is probably famous to most Australians for its skiing, with major downhill ski resorts in Mount Buller, Falls Creek and Mount Hotham.