Top Places See & Cities To Visit In Australia

FIND THE BEST COUNTRIES TO VISIT IN: Oceania

See Below For Our Top Rated Cities To Visit In Australia

Brisbane
Brisbane

Brisbane is the subtropical capital of Queensland, the so-called "Sunshine State". The city is made up of a variety of independent and unique boroughs and combines sunny weather with beautiful scenery and outdoor river-life, broadcasting an omnipresent joy of life.

Read More
Sydney
Sydney

Known for its world-famous Opera House and magnificent Harbour; Sydney is one of Australia's largest and most exciting cities. Get lost in its sprawling metropolis, visit the beautiful coastlines or get out on a tour of the surrounding mountainous landscapes - this city has something for everyone!

Read More
Melbourne
Melbourne

Melbourne - arguably Australia's most popular city, is a melting pot of culture, arts, and alternative lifestyles. From the huge array of restuarants and cuisine on offer, to the stylish and abundent nightlife options; this city will steal your heart. With so many things to do and see, you may just never leave!

Read More
Cairns
Cairns

Cairns is a tropical city of North Queensland and the most popular gateway to the Great Barrier Reef; the largest and most beautiful coral reef on earth. The area is full of Aboriginal culture, thick jungle rainforests, and some of the most spectacular diving and snorkelling opportunities on offer.

Read More
Hobart
Hobart

Hobart sits alongside the beautiful River Derwent and is the capital city of its home-state, Tasmania. This boutique travel destination is full of magnificent wineries and never-ending landscapes. Combining a heritage feel with its modern way of life; this picturesque town will steal your heart away!

Read More
Gold Coast
Gold Coast

Situated on the east-coast of Australia, an hour south of Brisbane, the Gold Coast is a blend of luxury hotels, golden beaches, perfect summer days and a party scene that goes until the sun comes up! If you're looking for relaxation, excitement, or a family-friendly holiday - the Gold Coast is calling!

Read More
Perth
Perth

Situated on the Swan River, caressing the western-coast of Australia, is the vibrant and exciting city of Perth. Lined with amazing beaches and full of green parklands, this city is the gateway to some of the most pristine natural wonders in the country. Isolated and on its own, it's worth the journey!

Read More
Darwin
Darwin

Darwin is a tropical city in the Northern Territory of Australia. where modern life meets the rugged outback landscapes. With a rich cosmopolitan nightlife, travelers awake on the doorstep to some of the most pristine natural splendours on earth. From crocodiles, to Kakadu - start your adventure now!

Read More
Byron Bay
Byron Bay

Byron Bay, with its ultra-relaxed and laid back vibe, picturesque hinterlands and white sand beaches, is the most eastern point of Australia. Boasting a vibrant music scene and electric nightlife, Byron Bay has an awe about it that can't be describe in words; come, find peace and serenity for yourself!

Read More
Port Douglas
Port Douglas

Port Douglas is a small, sleepy town in North Queensland, and a launching site to both the Great Barrier Reef and the spectacular Daintree Rainforest. This tropical paradise is popular amongst tourists for its luxury boutique hotels, fine dining, gorgeous coastline and relaxing atmosphere.

Read More
Whitsunday Islands
Whitsunday Islands

Scattered through the turquoise waters of the Coral Sea; the islands of the Whitsundays are heaven on earth! Right in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, this tropical paradise provides some of the best snorkelling and diving on earth, and a multitude of water-sports and activities for alll to enjoy.

Read More
Adelaide
Adelaide

Once considered a sleepy town, Adelaide has stepped up its game - becoming an epicentre for the modern arts, alternative culture, world-class festivals and exquisite cuisine! Surrounded by beautiful landscapes and some of the best wineries in Australia; this city is alive and kicking - hard!

Read More
Fraser Island
Fraser Island

Fraser Island is both the largest sand island in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Sitting off of the Sunshine Coast, it stretches over 123km and every inch is a haven of sandy beaches and stunning cliff faces. The crystalline blue waters and shimming white sands make it one of the most popular tourist destinations in Australia.

Read More
Sunshine Coast
Sunshine Coast

The Sunshine Coast is the perfect mix of green, gold and blue; lush green national parks surround golden beaches with crystal blue waters. From relaxation retreats, to quaint villages, to adrenaline activities and water-sports, and nature as far as the eye can see - the possibilities are endless!

Read More
Surfers Paradise
Surfers Paradise

Surfers Paradise is the heart of the Gold Coast; and what a heart it is! Known for its perfect beaches and an all-night party strip that will make your eyes water; this is one Australia's most iconic tourist destinations. Relax in luxury, embrace the perfect weather or dance the night away; it’s up to you!

Read More
Kangaroo Island
Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island is a bit of paradise off the coast of South Australia. 96 miles (155 km) in length with a population of just 4,400 people, it is an unspoiled haven for Australia's native birds and animals. Kangaroos and koalas abound, and on the beaches sealions bask while pelicans fly overhead.

Read More
Tropical North Queensland
Tropical North Queensland

Tropical North Queensland covers a vast and wide-spread area of the north-eastern part of Australia, and as such, an equally vast array of experiences can be had by all those who travel here. From the iconic Great Barrier Reef and the ever-popular Daintree Rainforest, to the beautiful towns of Cairns and Port Douglas, spaning onwards as far as the rugged outback of Cape York Peninsula, it’s easy to get lost in all of the excitement! With a unique mixture of natural beauty and man-made attractions, you can immerse yourself in the friendly culture of the region and take-home some truly unforgettable memories.

Read More
Canberra
Canberra

Largely political and bureaucratic, Canberra is often dismissed by Australian's as a non-starter. But you can't judge a book by its cover! Canberra is a lively and sophisticated rural city, albeit small, with some of Australia's most iconic and historic sites, such as Parliament House and the War Memorial.

Read More
Phillip Island
Phillip Island

For most visitors to Victoria, Phillip Island means one thing – penguins! People have been coming here for decades to watch the little penguins return from their day at sea as dusk falls over Summerland Beach during what is known as the Penguin Parade.

Read More
Mooloolaba
Mooloolaba
Includes: No Attractions Have Been Set Up For This Destination

Mooloolaba is a pristine beach town on the Sunshine Coast of Australia. This family-friendly destination is sure to put you "in the mood" as its golden sands and glistening waters caress the coast. Perfect for relaxation, shopping and a touch of adventure; Mooloolaba is the perfect getaway spot!

Read More
Noosa
Noosa

Picture untouched rainforests and lush national parks, scattered along pristine white-sand beaches with crystal-clear turquoise waters; all with the comfort of luxury hotels, high-end shopping and 5-star dining - that's Noosa. This picturesque, family-friendly paradise is world-renowned; and so it should be!

Read More
Blue Mountains
Blue Mountains

Almost on the edge of Sydney, and visible on a clear day from the city's observation towers, the beautiful World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains are the perfect destination for an idyllic day trip. The Blue Mountains offer the stunning scenery of rugged sandstone outcrops, cavernous valleys and towering forests.

Read More
Bondi Beach
Bondi Beach

Seven kilometres east of the city is Sydney’s iconic Bondi Beach. Shaped like a shallow boomerang, locals flock to its soft sands to swim and surf. Pubs and restaurants line the street opposite, and there are great cliff top walks, too!

Read More
Great Ocean Road
Great Ocean Road
Includes: Twelve Apostles

The Great Ocean Road begins 100 kilometres from Melbourne and continues along the beautiful coastline of Victoria; views of the coast are superb and the surfing is heaven! The towns and villages offer picturesque stops along the way, with terrific dining, or head to the national parks to enjoy the rainforests and wildlife.

Read More