"But it was in Australia that I gained my first impressions of the beauty of the world." - Tom Roberts, (Artist) Heidelberg School
Known for spectacular gorge country, massive cattle stations, a striking coastline with towering waterfalls, plus one of the oldest cultures on Earth, a journey through the Kimberley and Top End will be an adventure of a lifetime.
This is frontier country where you can hit the trail in any direction - from the steamy tropics of Kakadu to Australia's spiritual heart, Uluru – and find people, places and nuggets of history that are just one of a kind.
From the red plains of the Pilbara, to the huge pristine beaches and turquoise waters of the Coral Coast, to the desert landscapes of the Pinnacles and the carpets of colorful wildflowers, you’ll soon see why this region is so extraordinary.
Home to the salt flats of Lake Eyre, the majesty of the Finders Rangers, the quirky town of Coober Pedy, the legendary Birdsville Hotel and or course the world-renowned wine growing districts of the Barossa Valley there’s just so much to see and do.
Friendly characters, a proud history and a landscape which seems endless - this is Outback Queensland. See evidence of the dinosaurs reign over Earth, while nearby, Australia is creating history by forging its way through the mining industry.
Cape York Peninsula
Step out of the world’s oldest tropical rainforest onto pristine beach. Not far out to sea is the seventh Wonder of the World, the Great Barrier Reef. Welcome to the Daintree region, the only place on earth where two World Heritage-listed areas meet.