Australia is the perfect place to visit to tick off plenty of things on your bucket list in one go! Expect stunning beaches, amazing hiking opportunities and activities that will take your breath away!

The majority of trips to Australia typically begin in either Sydney or Brisbane, on the East Coast. From here the travel options are absolutely endless and attempting to take it all in will take you several weeks, if not months! Every single stop is a delight along the way and each state has something completely different to offer! Check out our Guide to Travelling Australia for some info on where to start!

The country is split into different states and territories. Queensland is home to the tropical rainforest and spectacular reefs and in far North Queensland you’ll find Cairns, the Daintree Rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef.

Further down the East Coast, the stunning beaches and tropical islands of Magnetic Island, the Whitsundays, 1770/Agnes Water and Fraser Island await you. Head to the stunning everglades of Noosa and bustling cities of Brisbane and Surfers Paradise to explore the south of Queensland.

New South Wales is home to Australia’s most iconic city, Sydney, as well as the World famous beaches of Byron Bay. The wines of Hunter Valley and the breathtaking scenery Blue Mountains provide a haven for the countryside lovers needing to escape the city.

The state of Victoria sits in the South East corner of the country and is home to stunning coastal locations such as Phillip Island and the Great Ocean Road, as well as the metropolitan city of Melbourne.

From here you can easily head to either the ACT (Australian Capital Territory) where you can explore the capital city of Canberra or, head to Australia’s largest island, Tasmania. Tasmania is a wildlife lovers paradise is home to some of Australia’s most stunning landscape.

South Australia is home to some amazingly unique wildlife at Port Lincoln and Kangaroo Island. The city of Adelaide offers an amazing city lifestyle as well as stunning beaches and wine regions.

Journey into the Red Centre to see Uluru (or Ayers Rock) and enjoy some great hiking and road trip opportunities, mammoth monoliths and flora and fauna.

The Northern Territory is home to the National Parks of Kakadu and Litchfield as well as the epic little city of Darwin which has some surprisingly cool nightlife!

From here, the West Coast down towards Perth offers a stunning array of destinations and unique activities. Don’t miss out on the quirky city of Broome or the turquoise waters and whale sharks of Exmouth!

Head further South to the Quokkas and famously beautiful beaches of Rottnest Island and the isolated shiny city of Perth – you won’t be disappointed!

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