Discover Australia with this small group tour. Take in secret waterfalls and towering gorges, explore bubbling hot springs and gigantic termite mounds, enjoy night walks to spot tawny frogmouths and brush-tailed possums, plus much more!
Discover and feed kangaroos while discovering more about their lives as orphaned and injured animals on this tour. Additionally, observe protected bird colonies consisting of crested terns, caspian gulls, sooty oystercatchers on Kangaroo Island during your excursion.
Enhance your senses on this exciting Australian tour! Cradle koalas and feed kangaroos up close; meet its captivating creatures; learn to dance like clan leaders from Aboriginal tribes in East Arnhem Land’s remote wilderness; all this and much more await you on your unforgettable voyage through Australia!
Nature enthusiasts will adore this experience: small groups led by experienced Naturalist Guides explore the bush in search of kangaroos, Bennett’s wallabies and Cape Barren geese in their natural environments – including platypus, wombats and even the rare koala! At night take an illuminated guided tour across floodplains and dunes looking out for tawny frogmouths and brush-tailed possums!
This adventure goes far beyond wildlife watching; it offers an authentic Australian experience! Stay at a family-run lodge where friendly staff await with hearty country breakfast each morning. Become an amateur citizen scientist as you join researchers of the Australian Quoll Conservancy on behind-the-scenes visits to restricted public locations to search for evidence of spotted-tailed quolls, as well as spending one day at an idyllic beach collecting abandoned fishing nets to prevent marine entanglements of fish, birds, and sea mammals.
Encountering animals in their natural environments may seem distant, but interacting directly with them will enable you to better comprehend their needs and how they relate with one another and their environment. Wildlife tours provide unique perspectives on your relationship and world as a whole while also teaching how you can protect these precious species for generations ahead.
Melbourne welcomes its visitors with open arms, the Yarra River and wide sandy beaches offering idyllic scenery for strolling along its waterfront and discovering a range of romantic activities in this lively city.
Uluru (Ayer’s Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) rise out of arid desert terrain and provide breathtaking sunrise and sunset views, while Kakadu National Park opens up onto spectacular floodplains featuring some of Australia’s finest rock paintings.
The Great Barrier Reef is an aquatic oasis full of coral, manta rays and diverse marine habitats. You can explore it by glass-bottom boat or from an anchored pontoon platform; alternatively you could dive deep into the ocean to discover coral caverns or swim alongside whale sharks!
Experience Australia’s wildlife and stunning landscapes on this multi-activity tour! On this voyage of discovery you’ll visit Daintree Rainforest and spot koalas, western grey kangaroos and rainbow-hued rainbow lorikeets and dingoes among many other creatures. Additionally, an eco-safari with trekking through forest canopy trekking and kayaking along ephemeral lakes awaits your exploration.
The Blue Mountains
Australia is home to breathtaking natural wonders that will take your breath away, from coral reefs to red deserts – providing the ideal setting for adventurous couples searching for romance. Australia also features breathtaking beaches, majestic mountains and lush rainforests teeming with iconic animals like koalas, kangaroos and quokkas – perfect places for an adventuresome couple looking for adventure!
Discover the wild side of Australian nature with this Australia tour package from Pickyourtrail. Starting off by visiting Rottnest Island – home to quirky quokkas! – it then heads north past dramatic desert landscapes and picturesque sandy coasts until arriving at Ningaloo Reef Marine Reserve where wildlife sightings will be recorded for scientific study purposes as well as learning how Aboriginal people have existed within this ancient landscape for thousands of years at Krowathunkoolong Keeping Place.
Starting there, take in the majestic panoramas of the Blue Mountains on an engaging hike through an expert-guided cliff-edge gorge hike. Once back on land, indulge in hand-feeding kangaroos and patting koalas at Featherdale Wildlife Park before visiting World Heritage-listed Three Sisters rock formation.
Make time to visit Lake Hillier on a tour to Australia’s very own pink lake! This amazing saltwater body comes alive with vibrant hues thanks to bacteria and algae producing red pigments in its waters, while you’ll also have time for fun at Vivonne Bay and Mossman Gorge on this voyage of discovery.
Experience all that Australia has to offer on an unforgettable honeymoon adventure from Sydney to the Great Barrier Reef and back again – both sounds are sure to bring back fond memories. Let this trip be your opportunity to create new love connections between you and your significant other!
Beginning your adventure at Sydney Opera House and touring Blue Mountains. Next step will be joining a guided canoe tour through backwater wetlands and canyons of Riverland Ramsar system where you will encounter western grey kangaroos, lace monitors, and yellow rosellas while taking in its breathtaking beauty.
Next, your journey heads to Melbourne where you will learn more about the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) and its founder Reverend John Flynn at their museum dedicated to their charitable works. Explore Great Ocean Road independently on an independently guided excursion which offers canopy walks, seal watching opportunities and glow worm tours – plus much more.
Perth provides a laidback and relaxing getaway, ideal for creating lasting memories with your significant other. Explore Perth’s natural and cultural attractions such as Kings Park with breathtaking vistas of the Perth skyline, Pinnacles Desert and Rottnest Island via luxury Perth city touring and Swan River cruise packages that include Rottnest Island to spot quokkas (raccoon-like Australian animals).