Luxury Australia Holidays 2024/2025
Australia has clear Pacific waters that are fabulous for surfing, and the Great Barrier Reef and remote west coast are just some of its highlights. With diverse terrain from rainforests to the dry red outback, unique wildlife, cosmopolitan cities such as Sydney– Australia has it all.
Clear turquoise seas, lush green rainforests and the dry red outback - Australia's stunning scenery alone is enough of a reason to visit this amazing country.
The sheer beauty of the Great Barrier Reef, the wild and remote Kimberley, and the green, mountainous landscape of Tasmania are what make Australia so popular with travellers from all around the world. Throw vibrant cosmopolitan cities such as Sydney, superb food and wine and unique wildlife into the mix, and makes an ideal destination for any traveller. Australia has developed many boutique properties and luxurious hotels, providing fantastic accommodation from which to experience all that this vast, yet welcoming country has to offer.
Scott Dunn’s highlights for Australia include exploring Kangaroo Island, a place of outstanding natural beauty, visiting the Flinders Chase National Park and enjoying cocktails at the Blue Bar on 36. Stylish and sophisticated, it's a perfect spot to relax and take in the stunning panoramas of Sydney harbour.
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We’ve travelled the length and breadth of Australia and tested every possible route to enable us to curate itineraries that work absolutely seamlessly, taking in the country’s many highlights at just the right pace. Packed with unique experiences and handpicked hotels, our trips deliver unforgettable travel moments.
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Our specialists have travelled every inch of Australia and stayed in countless hotels so that we can recommend only the very best ones to match your preferences. Whether you want to stay at the hottest property in the area or are looking for somewhere with rustic charm, our handpicked selection of hotels has every angle covered.
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Larger than the Great Wall of China and the only living thing visible from space, the Great Barrier Reef easily earns its place as one of the seven wonders of the natural world. This 2,600 km (1,616 miles) stretch of colourful coral lies along the Queensland coastline in North Eastern Australia and is home to an abundance of spectacular marine and bird life.