Iconic Blue Mountains Walk, 3 Days
Less than 2 hours drive west of Sydney is the world heritage listed Greater Blue Mountains. Consisting of over a million hectares, the Blue Mountains is renowned for some of the best walks in Australia. We've created this three day small group walking adventure so you can explore the best of the ...
Travel Dates: 31 July 2020 - 23 June 2021
Walls of Jerusaleum, 4 Days
Discover a mountain landscape only accessible by foot on this exclusive walk in the magnificent Walls of Jerusalem, Tasmania's only true alpine National Park. On this trip we use a comfortable base camp near the main peaks, allowing for delightful day walks with light packs into the heart of this...
Travel Dates: 13 October 2020 - 23 April 2021
Jatbula Trail, 6 Days
This breathtaking Top End adventure is one of the most popular walking trails with our travellers. The Arnhem Land escarpment is an exceptional wilderness area which winds its way along the edge of Katherine Gorge (Nitmiluk) to Edith Falls (Leliyn) creating a truly extraordinary hiking experience...
Travel Dates: 24 May - 23 August
Twelve Apostles Walk, 4 Days
This fully guided four day walking adventure takes in the rugged beauty of the world famous Twelve Apostles, allowing you to escape the hustle and bustle of life and fully rejuvinate your senses in just four short days. Departing from Melbourne, this trip offers different options for more or less...
Travel Dates: 1 September 2020 - 25 May 2021
The Overland, 6 Days
The Overland Track holds legendary status as one of the finest walks in Australia. Walking from north to south over six days we cover the highest area of Tasmania, from the epic craggy spires of Cradle Mountain to the rainforest clad shores of the deepest natural lake in the Southern Hemisphere, ...
Travel Dates: 4 October 2020 - 23 May 2021
Kakadu Explorer, 6 Days
Kakadu National Park is a World Heritage Area covering some 20,000 square kms. Waterfalls tumble from the red cliffs off the Arnhem Land escarpment into shady pools; tranquil wetlands teem with animal and bird life, while 40,000 years of Aboriginal cultural heritage is on display in the numerous ...
Travel Dates: 9 May - 26 September 2021
Heysen Trail & the Flinders Ranges, 6 Days
The North Flinders Ranges offers some of the most stunning scenery in Australia as well as some of the most attractive outback properties. This newly accommodated trek includes selected walks on our favourite sections of the Heysen Trail. The Flinders Ranges offer a rolling range of majestic peak...
Travel Dates: 2 May - 12 September 2021
Classic Larapinta Trek in Comfort, 6 Days
On this fully supported trek you walk with just a day pack to explore the best sections of this iconic desert trail: from the high ridge lines of the West MacDonnell Ranges you'll see the vast flood plains that form this ancient land. You'll be dwarfed by the immensity of Ormiston and Serpentine ...
Travel Dates: 4 April - 26 September 2021
Community Million Dollar Challenge, Larapinta Challenge, 6 Days
Stay in stylish, comfortable semi-permanent campsites during your guided walk along Australia's most iconic desert trek. Enjoy hot showers, 3 course meals and professional wilderness guides on this rewarding adventure.Winner of the 2016 Ecotourism award in the Brolga NortherrnTerritory Tourism Aw...
Travel Dates: Only on 14 May 2021
Bungle Bungles & the Piccaninnny Gorge Trek, 5 Days
The Bungle Bungles (Purnululu) have legendary status as one of the most unique and remote natural wonders in Australia, if not the world. This splendid isolation is a great attraction to trekkers and with specially chartered flights we can avoid the long drive, allowing us to trek deep in to the ...
Travel Dates: 24 May - 19 July 2021
Australias seasons are the reverse of the Northern Hemisphere so Christmas here is in mid-summer and the coldest months are July and August. However Australia spans from the tropics (were winter is very pleasant and summer is hot and humid) to Tasmania which has a more temperate summer and cold winters.
Highlights of Australia
Most of Australia's capitals are port cities and our aquatic environments can be as varied as our terrestrial ecology. Cruising Australia's mighty oceans, harbours and inlets brings a whole new perspective to the 'sunburnt' country.
A few of the highlights of cruising Australia:
- Sailing amid the 74 islands of the Whitsundays on azure waters is a must-do for the highly strung. This is an aqua playground near the Great Barrier Reef and even if your ship doesn't stop here, admiring the miles of silica beaches fringing the region's tropical islands is still very relaxing. Coupled with the lull of waves on the bow, it's a little slice of home-grown heaven.
- Cruising under the Sydney Harbour Bridge at dusk just as the city lights are appearing, amid a festive onboard atmosphere, is a treat. Sydney's landmarks are familiar to many but getting out on the water to see them – and sailing through The Heads – is something different again. One of the other advantages of sailing into/out of Sydney is that you dock at Circular Quay or Darling Harbour, right in the CBD.
- A multicultural seaside town, Broome has a vibrant history and relaxed lifestyle, attracting artists, musicians and outdoor-lovers from all walks of life. Cruising into this town puts the Kimberley region within reach but even if you don't stray far from town, you might leave a little of your heart in Western Australia.