Australia Short Breaks
|Echidna Walkabout - East Gippsland Wildlife Safari|
Connect with nature on this fully-inclusive small group journey into the wildlife-rich forests of southeast Australia's coastal wilderness. Find koalas in magnificent stands of giant eucalypt forest, walk in rainforest listening for lyrebirds, watch Sea-Eagles soar along untouched ocean beaches and spot huge Goanna lizards beside secluded rivers and waterways. Your highly experienced Wildlife.
|Reef Encounter Great Barrier Reef|
Reef Encounter offers 2, 3 and 4 day Scuba diving and snorkeling liveaboard tours on the Great Barrier Reef – Step aboard Reef Encounter, our floating boutique resort, for your Great Barrier Reef experience. Live and sleep on the reef and see it at its best – day and night!
|Twelve Apostles Lodge Walk Great Ocean Road|
Take beautiful coastal scenery; add some long stretches of remote beach, and historic lighthouse, stunning rock formations that happen to be world renowned and wildlife galore and what do you have?
|Echidna Walkabout - Great Ocean Road 3 days|
West of Melbourne a vast volcanic plain of golden grasses stretches into the distance, broken by isolated forested ranges, bounded by rocky cliffs, pounded by the Southern Ocean. The famous Great Ocean Road hugs this coastline providing spectacular views of the rugged coastal scenery. Koalas inhabit the forests and Kangaroos graze the grasslands. Waterbirds are found on the largest permanent lakes in Australia contained in the huge craters of extinct volcanoes.
|Echidna Walkabout - Kakadu Guided Tour|
Wild Top End is a special journey created for curious adventurers who love wild places and wild creatures. Feel the timeless peace of a landscape full of animals and very few people.
|Wine Glass Bay Sail and Guided Walk|
This amazing walk, the only one of its kind in Tasmania, takes in the spectacular beaches, peninsulas and island trails found in national parks along the east coast. Share with us the wonders of Maria Island, Freycinet Peninsula, Schouten Island and the Tasman Peninsula.
|Bay of Fires Lodge and guided walks|
At the edge of Mt. William National Park, the magnificent wilderness coastline known as the Bay of Fires invites you to experience a Tasmanian trekking tour with dramatic landscape, ecology and wildlife. Led by well-informed, young Tasmanian guides. The Bay of Fires Lodge, offers superb accommodation in this near-uninhabited wilderness paradise, both solitude and comfort are guaranteed.
|Cradle Huts Tasmania Overland Walk|
It's time for you to rediscover your nomadic ways in a truly amazing place. The 60 kilometres between Cradle Mountain and Lake St Clair forms Tasmania's famous Overland Track. Step by step you will be transformed by images of serene mountains, calm lakes and dark forests and the pace of life will slow. In this place of quietness, incredible beauty and unrestrained horizons, you'll feel the regenerative power of the Tasmanian wilderness.