Kakadu National Park
Rich in aboriginal history, diverse indigenous wildlife and dramatic landscapes, Kakadu National Park is thoroughly deserving of its UNESCO World Heritage status. Coastal floodplains, rocky escarpments and thundering waterfalls create an extraordinary ecosystem, particularly rich in birdlife who flock to the wetlands of the Mary River.
The aboriginal owners of the park are custodians not only of this wealth of wildlife, but also a rich cultural history that includes mind-blowing 25,000-year-old rock paintings.
Sydney, Wolgan Valley, Kangaroo Island & Whitsundays
As spellbinding as it luxurious, vast as it is intimate, bask in the unique landscapes of Australia, one of the most beautiful and diverse destinations on our planet. Dive straight into Australia’s dynamic city, Sydney, before traveling to the immense Blue Mountains National Park, admire the iconic Uluru and remote bush of the Northern Territory...