Australia

Multicultural cities, natural beauty and
a laid-back lifestyle

Australia’s cosmopolitan cities and vibrant regional hubs are the lifeblood of the country, and its major urban areas are international melting pots.

A vast multicultural society shows through in galleries of Indigenous art, and diverse dining with all manner of Asian cuisines, while Modern Australian food is a creative showcase of fresh local produce.

 

With miles of sandy beaches, spectacular rainforests, burnt-red canyons and Aboriginal sites, it is no wonder Australians are a nation of explorers.

 

Bundaberg

Bundaberg

Rum and reefs come to mind when you think of Bundaberg, thanks to its prime location at the tip of the Southern Great Barrier Reef and the city’s ever-popular Bundaberg Rum Distillery.

Hervey Bay

Hervey Bay

Tranquil Hervey Bay, at the southern tip of the Great Barrier Reef, draws holidaymakers with sandy beaches and calm waters, just-caught seafood, easy access to UNESCO-listed Fraser Island, and some of the world’s best whale

Hunter Valley

Hunter Valley

The Hunter Valley embodies many of the ingredients of the good life in Australia – fine wines from iconic vineyards, great farm-to-table cuisine and a wealth of outdoor activities – just a couple of hours from Sydney.

Magnetic Island

Magnetic Island

Day-trippers cross the Coral Sea from nearby Townsville to hit the pristine beaches and colourful reefs of this miniature paradise, but life on Magnetic Island proceeds undisturbed, deeply settled into its own distinctive rhythm.

Margaret River

Margaret River

On top of its exceptional wines, Margaret River offers a sublime blend of indulgence and adventure, with fine food, towering forests, stunning coastal walks and pounding surf, all just three hours from Perth.

Sydney

Sydney

Although it is known for major tourist draws like the Harbour Bridge, Opera House and Sydney Harbour, it is a distinctively relaxed way of life that defines the everyday in Sydney.