Darling Harbor offers a fascinating view of the arched Harbor Bridge. Sidney is also a very green city and a visit to the renowned Royal Botanic Garden, as well as to Bondie Bay where you can watch the surfers are highlights that you will enjoy.
The Blue Mountains are west of Sydney. This impressive landscape includes steep rock faces, eucalyptus forests, waterfalls and villages with inns, galleries and gardens. Here you will find numerous hiking trails through the scrubland and breathtaking views.
Byron Bay is known for its beaches and good surfing and diving spots. As a special highlight, humpback whales can be observed from vantage points such as the Captain Cook Lookout between June and November.
“River of Mirrors” is the name of the Noosa Everglades, one of the most breathtaking natural landscapes in Queensland and one of only two Everglades systems on Earth! Wetlands, mangrove forests and lakes in Cooloola National Park are home to a fascinating variety of flora and bird life.
Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world! Here you will find beautiful panoramic viewpoints, numerous beaches and bathing spots and an interesting hidden wildlife. Fraser Island is a popular camping and ecotourism destination and also a welcome change for the luxury holidaymaker to immerse themselves in absolute tranquility and closeness to nature.
Most of the 74 Whitsunday Islands are uninhabited. Go on a cool sailing tour and explore the dense rainforest, hiking trails and great white sandy beaches. You will be amazed, it’s FUN!
The Great Barrier Reef is the largest structure created by living things on Earth and can even be seen from space. The 2,300 km long ecosystem includes thousands of reefs and hundreds of islands made up of over 600 different stone and soft corals. In addition to countless species of colorful fish, molluscs and starfish, turtles, dolphins and sharks are also found on the Great Barrier Reef.
At around 1,200 square kilometers, the Daintree Forest is part of the largest contiguous tropical rainforest area on the Australian continent.
Besides: it is so beautiful that its lush canopy provided inspiration for the movie Avatar. Trek through the jungle, discover plants and animals found nowhere else on the planet. Fly through the trees on a zip-line for a bird’s-eye view. Or cruise along the winding waterways of the Daintree River, looking for saltwater crocodiles, be aware, THEY ARE THERE!