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Australia: Plan Your Trip!

WendyPerrin.com | July 14, 2017
Headings Cliffs Murray River Walk Australia
Headings Cliffs, Murray River Walk, South Australia. Photo: Murray River Walk/Tourism Australia
Kayaking at Whitehaven Beach, Whitsundays Islands Australia
Kayaking at Whitehaven Beach, Whitsundays Islands, Queensland. Photo: Delaware North Companies/Tourism Australia
Sydney Harbour Bridge Australia
Sydney Harbour Bridge. Photo: Brett Parkes/Tourism Australia
Beltana Camel Experience, Beltana Station Australia
The Beltana Camel Experience, Beltana Station, South Australia. Photo: South Australian Tourism Commission
Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef Australia
Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland. Photo: Delaware North Companies/Tourism Australia
Murray River Walk, Headings Cliffs, SA Australia
Murray River Walk, Headings Cliffs, South Australia. Photo: Murray River Walk/Tourism Australia
Lake Eyre, Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre National Park Australia
Lake Eyre, Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre National Park, South Australia. Photo: Grant Hunt Photography/Tourism Australia
Cathedral Gorge, Bungle Bungles, Purnululu National Park, The Kimberley, Australia
Cathedral Gorge, Bungle Bungles, Purnululu National Park, The Kimberley, Western Australia. Photo: Australian Pacific Touring Pty Ltd/Steve Strike/Tourism Australia
Wallaby at Thala Beach Nature Reserve Australia
Wallaby, Thala Beach Nature Reserve, Port Douglas, Queensland. Photo: Thala Beach Nature Reserve/Tourism Australia

 

Your Trip to Australia Begins Here

Australia is a country—a continent, really—that feels deceptively familiar but holds a wealth of surprises: The wildlife bounces. The landscape ranges from sere red desert to lush rainforest (and just about everything in between). And while we may share a common language, Australians hold a distinctly different, and fascinating, view of the world. But Australia is hardly an up-and-comer when it comes to tourism—people have been seeking out its fabled beaches, outback, and wine for decades—so there are traps aplenty. And even two weeks isn’t enough to cover the entirety of the country. A first-rate trip designer can help you focus in on the least crowded destinations and activities that align with your interests, and the most efficient and fun ways to cover the distances (often considerable) between them. Tell us what facets of Australia interest you most—and whether or not you’re looking for an awesome discount on first- or business-class airfare—and we’ll connect you with the right expert.


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