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With its unique landscapes and wildlife, Australia offers some very special experiences that are exclusive to the land down under. From dining underground in Coober Pedy to swimming with whalesharks at the spectacular Ningaloo Reef, below you will find a list of our favourite experiences.

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Climb the Harbour Bridge
Feel on top of the world during a Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb. The famous landmark is one of the best possible vantage points to take in the highlights of the harbour and city skyline. The climb can be done at different times of the day.
Ballooning over vineyards
Experience the exhilaration of a sunrise hot air balloon flight over Australia's oldest wine region, the Hunter Valley, followed by an a la carte breakfast for two. Located just two hours north of Sydney, the Hunter Valley offers the perfect backdrop for the flight of a lifetime.
Breakfast with Koalas
WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo offers the unique opportunity to meet Australian koalas while enjoying a hot breakfast in a bush garden setting. Your ticket gives you access before the crowds arrive, and you can even take a photo of you and a koala home.
Sleep in a ghost town
Drop out of time in Yerranderie - a really strange experience. Staying in either the Post Office Lodge or Slippery Norris Cottage, travellers can find artefacts from a bygone era.
Yerranderie Regional Park is popular for its mining heritage, forgotten ghost town, bushwalking tracks and old silver mine relics.
Ride the horizontal falls
Enjoy low level flying over Cape Leveque before your seaplane lands safely in the calm waters of Talbot Bay right near the Horizontal Falls. Then enjoy a thrilling ride on the fastest boat in the Kimberley through the waterfalls, followed by a laid-back island cruise. You can choose from six-hour and day-long trips from Broome and Derby, or even overnight in a houseboat, with meals included.
March - October only.
Surf a rock wave
This rock shaped like a tall breaking ocean wave is a really cool sight, not only for instagrammers. One of the country's biggest waves is also the furthest from any ocean - Wave Rock rises 15 metres above the outback plain. Over 2,700 million years in the making, today it's a popular photo subject.
Tree Top Walk - Valley of the Giants
The giant Tingle Trees are unique to the Walpole area, 350km south of Perth. This architecturally designed pathway which takes visitors gradually into their forest canopy. At about fourty metres, the view is breathtaking.
Explore the stunning Hill Inlet
Whitehaven Beach is continuously voted among the top ten most beautiful beaches of the world - and with good reason. The white sand is so fine you can polish your silver with it. Hill Inlet is a stunning inlet at the northern end of Whitehaven Beach. As the tide shifts, the white sand and blue hues of the inlet blend seamlessly to create a breathtaking mosaic. The scenery is best viewed from the lookout at Tongue Point. Try to reach the lookout when the tide is low to fully experience the beautiful fusion of colours that emerge.
Drift-snorkel in a rainforest
Step into the cool, crystal clear water in the world's oldest rainforest and drift along with the current in Mossman River as you explore life under the water’s surface. Watch fish dart in and around the river stones and keep your eyes out for the occasional turtle.
See evidence of a dinosaur stampede
Did you know that the only existing evidence of a dinosaur stampede can be found in Australia's Queensland? The stampede scene in Spielberg's Jurassic Park was based on the evidence of these Trackways.

Fly over the heart reef
See Whitehaven Beach, Hill Inlet Lookout, the Great Barrier Reef, Bait Reef, Hardy Reef, Hook Reef and the romantic Heart Reef from the sky.
All passengers are guaranteed a window seat so they can have the best view during their scenic flight.
Explore Australia's oldest settlement
Gunditjmara ancestors inhabited these wetlands for thousands of years, and developed one of the most sophisticated aquaculture systems of their time. At Lake Condah, visitors can visit the remains of a settlement that is older than the Egyptian pyramids and Stonehenge. These scattered ruins are among the most significant indigenous sites on Earth and are currently under consideration for World Heritage status.
Raft a World Heritage listed river
Join a 5, 7 or 10 day wilderness whitewater rafting adventures – an exhilarating and relaxing culinary journey. On this adventure, visitors will experience surging rapids, exciting whitewater, tranquil gorges and pristine temperate rainforests of myrtle, leatherwood, sassafras and the rare and ancient huon pine.
Sleep in a prison
Maria Island National Park is part of a convict probation station and an escape from the real world into the past with no shops and only ranger vehicles. The historic Penitentiary originally housed convicts from 1830. Today it provides basic bunkhouse – style accommodation in 9 rooms with 6 beds and 1 room with 14 beds.
Abseil a 140-metre sheer drop
Nothing for the faint-hearted for sure. Gordon Dam, a 2.5-hour drive from Hobart, is the world's highest commercial abseil. The South West Wilderness of Tasmania is known for its unspoilt scenery, rugged peaks, wild rivers, and unique flora and fauna.
The capital of New South Wales and one of Australia's largest cities, is best known for its harbourfront Sydney Opera House, with a distinctive sail-like design. Explore the famous coastal beaches like Bondi, Bronte, Coogee and Palm Beach. Explore the jungles of Sydney Harbor National Park, dine in world-class restaurants, visit Blue Mountai
Melbourne is the coastal capital of the southeastern Australian state of Victoria. Explore the hidden halls and rooftops of Melbourne, Federation Square cultural hubs, bars, boutiques and restaurants, as well as the iconic MCG. Visit St Kilda, Royal Botanic Garden, Brunswick Street bohemian style, and the Spring Horse Carnival.
Located in the tropical Far North Queensland, Cairns is considered the gateway to Australia's Great Barrier Reef. Stunning beaches, spectacular hinterland, local and organic produce, delightful cafes and bars, a hustle and bustle market and its friendly and relaxed community make Cairns a favorite holiday destination.
The capital of Western Australia, Perth, is known for its exquisite beaches. However it also has bustling city areas filled with amazing shopping, nightlife and dining. Discover stylish bars in Northbridge or visit theater along streets of Subiaco.
Brisbane is Queensland's vibrant and elegant capital and gateway to major tourist destinations. It's a large city on the Brisbane River and is a blend of cultural institutions and South Bank restaurants with riverside parks and lagoons.
Uluru/ The Red Centre
The Red Centre is an extraordinary landscape of desert plains, weathered mountain ranges, rocky gorges and some of Aboriginal Australia's most sacred sites, including Uluru and Kata Tjuṯa. The only town of sizable population is Alice Springs.
Adelaide is South Australia’s cosmopolitan coastal capital. Its ring of parkland on the River Torrens is home to renowned museums and culture. It's known as the city of the Australian festival. Spacious boulevards and lush gardens in Adelaide are becoming an event of endless excitement.
Great Barrier Reef
Explore the World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef, stretching over 2,000 kilometers along the Queensland coastline. Snorkel, dive, or cross-reef flight. Sail to Whitsundays, trekking the Daintree Forest or relax on tropical islands like Hayman and Lizard.
The 74 Whitsunday Islands lie between the northeast coast of Queensland, Australia, and the Great Barrier Reef, a massive stretch of coral teeming with marine life. Most of the islands are uninhabited.
Byron Bay
Byron Bay is a lovely coastal town in the southeastern Australian state of New South Wales. It’s a popular holiday destination, known for its beaches, surfing and scuba diving.
Fraser Island
Fraser Island, off Australia’s eastern Queensland coast, is the world's largest sand island, stretching over 120km. Panoramic viewpoints include Indian Head, a rocky outcrop on the island's easternmost tip, and the Cathedrals, a cliff famous for sculpted ribbons of coloured sand.
Barossa Valley
The Barossa Valley is a renowned wine-producing region northeast of Adelaide, in South Australia. The area encompasses towns such as Tanunda, Angaston and Nuriootpa, and an array of high-profile wineries offering tours and cellar-door tastings.
Kangaroo Island
Kangaroo Island lies off the mainland of South Australia, southwest of Adelaide. Over a third of the island is protected in nature reserves, home to native wildlife like sea lions, koalas and diverse bird species.
Airlie Beach
Airlie Beach, an Australian resort town on Queensland's Whitsunday Coast, is a gateway to the Whitsunday Islands and the Great Barrier Reef.
Port Douglas
Port Douglas is a town on the Coral Sea in the tropical far north of Queensland, Australia. It's known for its beach resorts and as a base for visits to both the Great Barrier Reef, the world's largest reef system, and Daintree National Park, home to biodiverse rainforest.
Darwin is the capital of the Northern Territory and the gateway to famous Kakadu National Park. Its popular waterfront area has several beaches and green areas like Bicentennial Park.
Ningaloo Reef
Ningaloo Reef is a World Heritage Site located in the north west coastal region of Western Australia along the East Indian Ocean. It's Australia's largest fringing coral reef and the only large reef positioned very close to a landmass.
Alice Springs
Alice Springs is a remote town in Australia’s Northern Territory, halfway between Darwin and Adelaide. It’s a popular gateway for exploring the Red Centre, the country's interior desert region.

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