Australia Awaits

Inspiration for your Australian adventure

Heart Island, Queensland

Heart Island, Queensland

Take Time to Daydream—We'll Be Here

In every corner of Australia, you'll find unique experiences and attractions sure to deliver the most memorable holiday your clients have ever had. So take this moment to help them keep their wanderlust alive, and engage with all the amazing destinations and experiences Australia has to offer. When the time is right, Australia will still be the beautiful, awe-inspiring destination they've been dreaming of.

For more information and updates, visit Australia.com and AussieSpecialist.com.

               — With Love from Aus

Great Barrier Reef, Queensland

Great Barrier Reef, Queensland


THERE'S STILL NOTHING LIKE AUSTRALIA

From the red sands of Uluru to the aquamarine waters of the Great Barrier Reef, there’s still nothing like Australia. With unparalleled natural beauty, unique wildlife and one-of-a-kind food and wineries, we invite you and your clients to explore what makes Australia such a special place.

Great Barrier Reef, Queensland

Adelaide Hills, South Australia

Experience the WOW of South Australia

For curious-minded travelers (not “tourists”) who want to get closer to their passions, there’s no better reward than Adelaide and the state of South Australia. We deliver this promise based on our up-close-and-personal Australian WOW (Wine, Outback and Wildlife) experiences, all easily accessed from the charming city of Adelaide.

Flinders Ranges, South Australia

Our unique WOW moments are:

  • Wine: With over 60 percent of the country’s wine exports coming from our state, we know our grapes. From Adelaide, the city of vineyards, explore over 200 wine cellars within a two-hour drive, including  world-renowned regions such as the Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale, Adelaide Hills and the Clare Valley.
  • Outback: The Outback is an essential Australian experience. From Adelaide, it is very easily accessible. Just a short 45-minute flight (or a 4.5-hour drive) will put you in the real-deal, red-dirt outback of Flinders Ranges, where ancient rock formations (including the breath-taking Wilpena Pound), wildlife and Aboriginal history abound. And for something completely different, get a taste of mining life by venturing further north to Coober Pedy, the world’s largest opal mining site, where half the town dwells underground due to the extreme heat.
  • Wildlife: In South Australia, you don’t have to look for wildlife—it is everywhere. Kangaroo Island, whose name says it all, is just a 20-minute flight from Adelaide, where  kangaroos, koalas, sea lions, hundreds of bird species and more all roam about in their natural state.

Kangaroo Island, South Australia

Adelaide Hills, South Australia

Adelaide Hills, South Australia

Flinders Ranges, South Australia

Flinders Ranges, South Australia

Kangaroo Island, South Australia

Kangaroo Island, South Australia

Melbourne city skyline

Melbourne city skyline

Koalas along the Great Ocean Road

Koalas along the Great Ocean Road

Street art in Duckboard Place, Melbourne

Street art in Duckboard Place, Melbourne


Melbourne city skyline

Discover the Cultural Capital of Victoria

The best way to experience Melbourne and Victoria is by exploring the depth and diversity of this incredible place in an immersive and authentic way.

Koalas along the Great Ocean Road

Right now, your clients can explore Victoria virtually from home through museum collections, live streams, city tours and more. And when the time is right, there are a breadth of experiences to enjoy firsthand.

In the vibrant city of Melbourne, travelers have a chance to dine at world-class foodie hotspots and discover a vibrant arts scene in the streets and in stunning galleries and museums. Through understated and surprising experiences, visitors will get a glimpse into why Melbourne has been voted the most livable city in the world many times over.

Street art in Duckboard Place, Melbourne

Outside of Melbourne, regional Victoria is a microcosm of Australia full of native wildlife, vineyards, white sand beaches and stunning national parks. The options are endless, where travelers have the choice of exploring for the day or embarking on epic multi-day outdoor adventures.

So whether your clients choose to spend time in the cosmopolitan city of Melbourne, head out and explore the many regions of Victoria, or both, there is no shortage of experiences that await.

For inspiration when planning your clients’ vacation to Victoria, head to visitmelbourne.com.


Brisbane, Queensland

Experience Your Dreamtime in Queensland

While this moment in life is a time of reflection, it's also a time to discover new inspirations. In Queensland, Brisbane sparkles and surprises, ancient cultures thrive, precious wildlife flourish, and renowned landscapes and famed marine life have never been more beautiful and inviting. 

Brisbane fascinates and excites the senses with Australia's cutting-edge cultural, culinary and entertainment offerings. Brisbane defines "Aussie" culture, with the locals waiting to meet you, their newest American mate.

Daintree, Queensland

Travel further and discover Queensland's five World Heritage Sites, including the iconic Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest, the oldest living rainforest in the world. 

Take a dip into the Great Barrier Reef and enjoy the immense diversity of 1,500 fish species and over 400 species of coral. The Great Barrier Reef is the largest living organism in the world, stretches over 1,400 miles, and is the planet's only natural wonder with views that can be enjoyed from space—it's that big!

Whitehaven, Queensland

Come ashore at the Daintree Rainforest and discover the treetop canopies and rainforest palms that have thrived for over 180 million years. Explore the rainforest with an indigenous local guide and learn about their culture and wisdom from living in the Daintree for over 40,000 years. Be inspired as our Queensland indigenous friends' share the stories of the "Dreamtime," when the ancient spirits passed over the Daintree and created life.

The times are humbling, and we dream of a better time. Your clients' dreamtime awaits in Queensland.

Dream on at www.queensland.com

Brisbane, Queensland

Brisbane, Queensland

Daintree, Queensland

Daintree, Queensland

Whitehaven, Queensland

Whitehaven, Queensland

Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney, New South Wales

Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney, New South Wales


Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney, New South Wales

Welcome to the Diversity of New South Wales

Sydney sparkles all year round and is the perfect starting place for your Australian journey. Enjoy the beautiful natural harbour, relax or surf on some of Australia’s best beaches and admire the iconic Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. The city comes alive with events such as Sydney’s Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour, VIVID Sydney and New Year’s Eve.

New South Wales is Australia’s most geographically diverse state. Spectacular natural wonders await on Sydney’s doorstep such as the UNESCO World-Heritage-listed Blue Mountains. Immerse yourself in Australia’s oldest wine region, where they’ve been producing world-famous semillon for more than 180 years. Character-filled coastal townships flourish along the Legendary Pacific Coast Drive and endless unspoilt white sands and oyster farms await along the New South Wales South Coast.


Lucky Bay, Western Australia

Western Australia Inspires

Western Australia is inspiring in its beauty and grandeur. Pristine beaches with barely another soul in sight, rugged gorges boasting secluded waterfalls and towering forests adorning premium wine regions are the norm in Australia’s largest, most diverse state.

Ningaloo, Western Australia

Here, the cities effortlessly blend style with a laidback, natural charm. Visit Australia’s sunniest capital, Perth; its largest expanse of golden outback and whitest sand beaches and incredible Aboriginal experiences connecting you with the world’s oldest living culture. Explore Australia’s last frontier in the northwest to escape into a world of diverse landscapes, coastlines and experiences, and dive UNESCO World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef frequented by whale sharks, humpback whales and manta rays. The locals are incredibly friendly, too—none more so than the resident quokkas of Perth’s Rottnest Island, just one of the many experiences you can only have in Western Australia.

Lucky Bay, Western Australia

Lucky Bay, Western Australia

Ningaloo, Western Australia

Ningaloo, Western Australia

Three Capes Track, Tasmania

Three Capes Track, Tasmania


Three Capes Track, Tasmania

Let Us Take You on a Virtual Trip to Beautiful Tasmania

Take a moment. Sit back and relax and enjoy the views of Tasmania, Australia’s island state that is one of the world’s most pristine locales with ancient rainforest, beautiful stretches of beach and turquoise waters.

Tassie has an extraordinary culinary scene, amazing wildlife, where you can get up close with wombats and maybe even see a Tassie devil, and friendly, warm locals. Maybe it’s a road trip, to visit wineries and whiskey makers and to eat oysters fresh out of the sea. Visitors can stay in heritage and boutique properties or island hop to Bruny, King Island or the national park Maria Island. Tasmania boasts one of the best private art museums in the world, MONA, the Museum of Old and New Art.

Or if you are into adventure, Tasmania’s incredible walks, including Three Capes Track, mountain biking and fishing await.

For when we can travel again, Tassie is ready to welcome you with open arms. Check out Tourism Tasmania's Instagram for more great ideas.


Uluru, Northern Territory

Authentic Australia Awaits in the Northern Territory

Australia’s Northern Territory is best described as the spiritual heart of Australia. Home to the world’s oldest living culture and rooted in fascinating Australian history, a trip to the “NT” gives visitors a whole new perspective on a bucket list destination, and always far exceeds expectations. 

The region offers a perfect contrast, spanning from Australia’s iconic outback to the northern tropics. From dining under the desert stars at Uluru (Ayers Rock) and the quirky outback town of Alice Springs to the bustling coastal capital of Darwin and thundering waterfalls of Kakadu National Park—the Northern Territory is filled with massive natural wonders and immersive outdoor adventures just waiting to be explored.

Uluru, Northern Territory

Uluru, Northern Territory