Australia holiday travel deals and packages
Packages to Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and more with luxury Australian resorts and hotels.
In every corner of Australia, you’ll find unique experiences and attractions sure to deliver the most memorable holiday you’ve ever had.
There’s never been a better time for Australia travel. See the iconic sights of Sydney, enjoy the cultural scene in Melbourne, sample the best of food and wine in South Australia’s vineyards or take a beach trip to Queensland. Why not soak up the natural beauty of Western Australia, visit the wonder that is Uluru, discover the art and beautiful parks in Tasmania, or learn about our history in the ACT.
Just like with our international deals, you can expect to find value-packed domestic deals with plenty of extras to make your local trip extra special.
Home to Australia’s capital, Canberra– offers sophistication and style without the inconveniences of a big metropolis. A blossoming food and wine scene, a multitude of galleries and museums and accessibility to a series of beautiful national parks make the Australian Capital Territory the perfect base for a little indulgence and adventure.
New South Wales
NSW’s cosmopolitan capital city is the gateway to the rest of the State. Enjoy the incredible waterways of the beautiful natural harbour, relax or surf on some of Australia’s best beaches and admire the iconic Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. Enjoy a beach holiday or whale watching. Try skiing in the Snowy Mountains. Explore World Heritage rainforest, charming historic towns or ancient outback landscapes.
The Northern Territory is vast, extending from the centre of Australia’s map, near Uluru and the town of Alice Springs, to the coastal capital city of Darwin and its neighbouring islands. Strong indigenous cultures offer thriving art practices, ancient storytelling and deep spiritual tradition, while diverse national parks provide striking landscapes. Above all, the Northern Territory is fun. To venture beyond Australia’s big cities to the outback of the Red Centre and the Top End tropics is to launch yourself into an out-of-the-ordinary travel experience.
South Australia is a diverse state made up mostly of dramatic arid and semi-arid country known as the outback. There are areas of greener land towards the beautiful coastline and along Australia’s longest river, the mighty Murray. The vibrant capital city, Adelaide, was a planned colony rather than a convict settlement like most other Australian state capitals. The state is known for its wines, produce and major festivals and sporting events.
Home to just 500,000 people, the island of Tasmania is as intimate as it is beautiful. Its gorgeous capital city, Hobart, is home to one of the world’s most intriguing art galleries, while northern Launceston is one of the few cities on the planet to be wrapped around a gorge. Drive anywhere in the island state and you can go from beach-lined coasts to World Heritage-listed mountain areas in just a few hours. Along the way you’ll pass welcoming farm-gate producers, cellar doors and restaurants specialising in local produce so fresh it’s the envy of the culinary world.
Explore ancient rainforests, snorkel with rainbow fish, sink your toes into some of the world’s whitest sand and watch whales on their annual migration. Discover the living masterpiece that is the Great Barrier Reef, stay at one of the world’s best hotels or shop up a beachside storm on the cosmopolitan Gold Coast. Head north to admire the world’s largest sand island, explore the tropical city of Cairns, and experience a thriving cultural and arts scene in an emerging world city – the state of Queensland really does have something for everyone.
With the foodie, cultural and sports-loving city of Melbourne as its hub, experience Victoria’s diverse adventures all within just a few hours drive. Enjoy intimate encounters with Australian wildlife, one of the world’s great coastal drives, beautiful gardens and relaxing mineral springs, plus superb food, wine and coffee throughout the state.
Western Australia is Australia’s biggest state, covering nearly one-third of the continent. Its capital city, Perth, is home to a vibrant bar culture and breathtaking beaches. Just offshore from Perth is Rottnest Island, home of the cute quokka – a small, furry marsupial that appears to smile in selfies. Western Australia is also where you’ll find the acclaimed Margaret River wine region, the ancient Kimberley region, the romantic outback beach town of Broome, and World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef, arguably the best place on Earth to swim with whale sharks.