Things to do in Australia

Things to do in Autralia

Adelaide

South Australian Museum

The South Australian Museum has been open for over 150 years and is still dedicated to making Australia’s history accessible for everyone. The museum holds many national and international collections and is a leader of remote and regional community engagement and in Australian Aboriginal heritage. CLICK HERE

National Wine Centre of Australia

The National Wine Centre of Australia provides everything that any wine lover could hope for including tastings and tours of vineyards with a cellar that is one of the largest in the Southern Hemisphere holding 38,000 bottles at once. The centre incorporates education through the Wine Discovery Journey which is an interactive wine experience that goes from the wine making process to the drinking of fine Australian Wine. CLICK HERE

Art Gallery of South Australia

The Art Gallery of South Australia was founded in 1881 and is housed in one of Adelaide’s most stunning buildings. The gallery has a collection of 38,000 pieces from artists all around the world including paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings, photographs, textiles, ceramics, metalwork and jewellery with the works created form the early nineteenth century to the present. CLICK HERE


Alice Springs & Uluru

Uluru

Uluru is approximately 450km from Alice Springs. There are multiple tour options to visit Uluru, from flight tours to outback adventures. CLICK HERE

Alice Springs Desert Park

Visit the Alice Springs Desert Park to witness how the desert comes alive in a few short hours. The Desert Park is approximately a 10-minute journey from the centre of Alice Springs. CLICK HERE

Alice Springs Reptile Centre

The Alice Springs Reptile Centre specialises in things that hiss and slither, which are rare, impossible, or undesirable to come across in the wild. Home to over 100 reptiles, the centre displays its inhabitants in recreations of their natural environment.  CLICK HERE


Darwin and surrounds

Arnhem Land

Dotted with ancient rock paintings, Arnhem Land is an iconic Aboriginal Cultural region. It contains some incredibly diverse ecosystems that include rainforests, savannah woodlands, extraordinary rock formations, picturesque coastlines, and deserted islands. There are tours on offer that include sunset cruises on billabongs, wildlife watching, and even “bush tucker” walks for the adventurous. CLICK HERE

Berry Springs

Berry Springs is a great way to cool off and immerse yourself in nature. This nature park is home to palm fringed water holes filled with crystal clear, cold spring water you can swim in. You can even shoot down the natural waterslides of the creek’s cascades. CLICK HERE

Kakadu National Park

UNESCO World Heritage-listed Kakadu is Australia’s largest national park covering some 20,000 square kilometres. You’ll discover a world of natural and cultural wonders through lush wetlands, rugged escarpments, and sandstone galleries inhabited by the Bininj people for 50,000 years. CLICK HERE


Gold Coast

SkyPoint Climb/Observation Deck

The SkyPoint Climb is Australia’s highest external building climb with a platform 270 metres above the ground. The SkyPoint Observation Deck is Australia’s only beach side observation deck. SkyPoint is 230 metres tall with 360 degree views from the surf and sand to the forest and mountains. CLICK HERE

Whitsunday Island

Whitsunday Island s in the heart of the great barrier reef. Whitsunday island is a holiday destination in itself, filled with beautiful scenery, waterfalls and walking tracks through the rain forest. CLICK HERE

Theme Parks

The Gold Coast Theme Parks are a great attraction for everyone with not only thrilling rides, but a whole range of other experiences to suit everyone’s needs. The Gold Coast is home to many parks including Warner Bros. Movie World, Sea World, Wet ’n’ Wild, White Water World and Dream World. CLICK HERE


Hobart

Mount Wellington

Mount Wellington is situated in Wellington Park which is a nature reserve with no entrance fees and no opening or closing hours. There are many historical walking tracks, climbs and ranges. To see the mountain and park from the best view it is recommended to go to the Pinnacle Observation Shelter. CLICK HERE

Cataract Gorge Reserve

The Cataract Gorge is a “piece of wilderness” a 15 minute walk from the city centre equipped with a chairlift, gardens, café, Peacocks and a swimming pool. There is something for everyone whether it be just seeing the sights of Launceston or having a relaxing afternoon at the cafes or restaurant and admiring the views. CLICK HERE

The Tamar Valley

The Tamar Valley is famously known for its great food and wine with the Tamar Valley Wine Route wich is one of the Top 10 Wine Routes in the world. The valley is also home to the Platypus House, Beaconsfield Mine & Heritage Centre, Tasmania Zoo, Seahorse World, Gem & Stone Creations, Glengarry Bush Maze, Fishing, Arts and a perfumery. CLICK HERE


Perth

Perth CBD

Perth sits where the Swan River meets the southwest coast. Come experience Perth’s diverse culture and atmosphere at Elizabeth Quay, Northbridge or China Town and take a stroll through the lane ways of the Botanic Garden. CLICK HERE

Swans and Bell Tour

Located only a 5 minute walk from the Perth CBD, the Swans and Bell Tour a towering glass spire is one giant musical instrument of considerable historical and cultural significance with a dedication to become a world-centre of excellence in the art of English change ringing. CLICK HERE

Cottesloe Beach
Head across for afternoon tea at Cottesloe Beach overlooking the beautiful white sands and blue water. CLICK HERE