We feature a variety of day touring and sightseeing options in each location across Australia you would like to visit from local attractions and day tours to surfing, hiking, cycling, cruising and wildlife viewing experiences. Our most searched and selected day touring and sightseeing options are listed below. You can also refine your search by using the sub region list for more detailed information on each of our preferred sightseeing options in each destination we have on offer. Once you have found the experiences that are just for you, contact one of our destination experts to provide a customised quotation just for you.
Explore South Australia’s wine regions and Outback on this six-day self-drive holiday including accommodation and car hire.
Day 1: Adelaide – Barossa Valley 74 km. Collect your rental vehicle and drive the picturesque route through the Adelaide Hills and the Chain of Ponds to the Barossa. Visit the well-known wine producers or follow the many food and wine trails. Overnight at Barossa Valley.
Day 2: Barossa Valley – Wilpena Pound 403 km. Continue north to the beautiful Flinders Ranges and absorb the rugged countryside that is home to kangaroos, emus and other Australian wildlife. Overnight at Wilpena Pound, two nights.
Day 3: Wilpena Pound. Spend today exploring the area on the walking trail or with a guided 4WD tour.
Day 4: Wilpena Pound – Parachilna 144 km. Enjoy exploring the Ranges before driving to the tiny village of Parachilna. Overnight at Parachilna.
Day 5: Parachilna – Clare Valley 341 km. Travel south to the Clare Valley and visit the Heritage-listed village of Mintaro. Spend your afternoon exploring the The Riesling Trail which runs for 25 kilometres between the towns of Clare and Auburn. Overnight at Clare.
Day 6: Clare Valley – Adelaide 138 km. Morning free to explore the region before continuing to Adelaide and returning the rental vehicle.Read more
Discover the highlights that lie between Broome and Darwin on this nine-day self-drive tour.
Day 1: Broome – Mt Hart 220 km. Depart Broome and stop in Derby. Continue on the Gibb River Road. Overnight in Mt Hart.
Day 2: Mt Hart – Mt Elizabeth Station 425 km. Drive off-road along the Gibb River Road, stopping at Galvans Gorge and Barnett Gorge. Overnight in Mt Elizabeth Station.
Day 3–4: Mt Elizabeth Station – El Questro 392 km. Depart Mt Elizabeth Station and travel past Home Valley and to El Questro Wilderness Park. Overnight in El Questro, two nights.
Day 5: El Questro Wilderness Park – Kununurra. Travel to Kelly’s Knob Lookout to watch your last sunset in the Kimberley. Overnight in Kununurra.
Day 6: Kununurra – Katherine 513 km. The Victoria Highway will take you through the town of Timber Creek and the Gregory National Park before reaching Katherine. Overnight in Katherine.
Day 7–8: Katherine – Kakadu National Park 296 km. Travel north to Pine Creek on the Stuart Highway and then turn onto the Kakadu Highway. Overnight in Kakadu National Park, two nights.
Day 9: Kakadu National Park – Darwin 252 km. Depart Kakadu via the Arnhem Highway to Darwin.Read more
New South Wales has endless unspoilt beaches, breathtaking natural treasures and one of the world’s most famous and vibrant cities. Explore the State in winter and enjoy stunning stretches of coastline, great bushwalks in beautiful national parks, and outstanding dining experiences in spectacular locations.Read More
The Northern Territory is a place unlike any other and a "Must Do" for any fun-loving traveler. Whether looking for an adventure filled road trip, or a relaxing weekend break from the daily grind, there is something for everyone in the Territory.Read More
Queensland is a wonderland of adventures, a must to see for yourself. While you're visiting the Sunshine State you may find yourself lost in a rainforest land before time, unwinding on a beach in a tropical paradise, under the sea on the one and only Great Barrier Reef, losing yourself in the starry skies of the outback, sailing through the breeze on a yacht in The Whitsundays or soaking up the sun while you surf a legendary break on the Gold Coast.Read More
South Australia is a state renowned for its abundance of Wildlife, Outback and Wine, easily accessed from the gateway of Adelaide. A city of natural beauty and simple elegance, Adelaide appeals to many North American visitors because of relaxed lifestyle and rich cultural and culinary offerings. South Australia is home to Australia's most interactive wildlife experience, Kangaroo Island, as well as numerous world famous wine regions including the Barossa, Adelaide Hills, Clare Valley and McLaren Vale. For travelers wanting to venture into the outback, Coober Pedy offers the opportunity to explore underground homes and the mystical Flinders Ranges offers iconic landscapes and hiking opportunities.Read More
Lonely Planet named Tasmania one of the world’s top regions to visit in 2015 – the only destination in Australia or New Zealand to make the list. Discover everything you've heard about Tasmania's food and wine is true. To a gastronome, it's heaven. To everyone else, it's mouth-wateringly irresistible. The island’s diverse and ancient landscapes offer accessible wilderness experiences that are unsurpassed and world renowned. Easily accessible from Sydney and Melbourne, the temperate climate, beautiful scenery and an abundance of experiences make Tasmania an ideal touring destination.Read More
Hugging the tip of the Australian east coast, Victoria is Australia’s second-smallest state. Packed into such a compact area is a wealth of diverse regional areas and attractions, from sweeping coastline and pristine beaches to picturesque wineries and national parks teeming with wildlife.Read More
Western Australia is famous for long days of sunshine and diverse landscapes and climates. Western Australia lies in the southern hemisphere, covering an area of more than 2.5 million square kilometres – that’s about the size of Western Europe and one-third of Australia’s total landmass. In Western Australia you can experience Australia’s sunniest capital city, whitest beach and largest expanse of outback, one of the oldest known living cultures on Earth, UNESCO World Heritage reef and rock formations, world-class surf, premium wines, and still have plenty of reasons to return.Read More