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Melbourne, VIC. A feast of quality.



Melburnians' reputed obsession with good food and coffee appears to be true - that's said as a compliment and with great admiration.  For anyone who loves to wine, dine and explore the best in cafe culture, a visit to Melbourne is sure to leave you very well satisfied and planning your next trip back.


Geelong, VIC. Sparkling Waterfront.



Geelong is Victoria’s second-largest centre, a proud, industrial town with an interesting history and pockets of charm......the town is undergoing something of a makeover. It’s centered around sparkling Corio Bay waterfront, and in its city centre heritage buildings from the boom days of the wool industry and the gold-rush era have now been converted into swanky restaurants and bars.
— Lonely Planet

Ballarat, VIC. Democracy & Gold.



Ballarat was built on gold and it’s easy to see the proceeds of those days in the grand Victorian-era architecture around the city centre.


Shepparton, VIC. Laid-back lifestyle.



Laid-back ‘Shepp’ is the capital of the Goulburn Valley, where the Goulburn and Broken Rivers meet.
— Lonely Planet

Mildura, VIC. Sunny & Sultry.



Mildura is on the border of New South Wales and Victoria as well as being less than a 90 minute drive from South Australia.  Well connected with flights from Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne.


Brisbane, QLD. Artistic, Sunny & Cool.



On the north bank of the river is the CBD with its sky scraping offices; on the ‘South Bank’ is the artistic centre of Brisbane and famous as the home of the 1988 World Expo.  We’ll show you some of our picks on these two sides of the river, plus other areas nearby like Fortitude Valley and New Farm.


Sunshine Coast, QLD. Stylish & Relaxed.



The Sunshine Coast is well known for its 'laid back' vibe and stylish towns, attracting visitors from around the world.


Gold Coast, QLD. 245 days of sunshine.



There's so much more to the Gold Coast than just the well known Surfers Paradise - which in itself has some great gems to explore. Working on the Gold Coast gives an ideal opportunity to look around the stunning countryside and coastline, and make the most of the great climate, enjoy amazing food and get stuck in to exciting adventure pursuits.


Fraser Coast, QLD. Year-round warm and sunny climate.


QUINTESSENTIAL Hervey bay & Maryborough

With its delightfully warm climate, pristine coastline and stunning scenery, the Fraser Coast is a perfect destination for those wanting some quintessential Australian beach-life and adventures on the water..


Bundaberg, QLD. Gateway to the Barrier Reef.



Bundaberg is the largest town in the Fraser Coast region and is known across the land more for its eponymous dark rum and fruit-farming backpackers than its coral-fringed beach hamlets. The town proper is an agricultural centre with some friendly pubs and a decent regional art gallery.
— Lonely Planet

Rockhampton, QLD. Australia's Beef Capital.



Did you know Rockhampton is the Beef Capital of Australia (there are over 2 million cattle within a 250km radius!) and they hold a 'Beef Week' every three years?  The town comes alive with social events, music and celebrity chefs who demonstrate all the different ways you can cook with beef.


Noosa, QLD. Stylish & Relaxed.



Noosa is a stylish and relaxed town on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland.  Famous for its scenery, beaches and food, it makes a perfect location to have a break.


Albany, WA. Spectacular Coast.



This charming city marks the spot where the first European settlers set foot in Western Australia, and much of their legacy remains today with around 50 colonial buildings standing proudly as museums, galleries and restaurants. 


Perth, WA. Understated & leisurely.



Discover Perth's city neighbourhoods, the alabaster sands of the clean, uncrowded beaches and meet Rottnest Island's friendly quokkas. 


Bunbury, WA. Spectacular Coast.



The cosmopolitan city of Bunbury is renowned for its wild but friendly bottlenose dolphins which you can meet at the shoreline or out in the bay aboard a dolphin watching and swimming tour. It’s also the setting of many maritime legends and the northern gateway to Australia’s South West - one of the most biodiverse regions on Earth, where world-class wine, pristine beaches and forests of timber giants can all be enjoyed in a single day.
— Tourism - Western Australia

Canberra, ACT. Bush Capital.



Canberra is often overlooked by visitors to Australia in favour or Sydney and Melbourne, but it is the best location to explore Australia's culture and heritage through its many galleries, museums and the old & new federal parliament buildings.


Darwin, NT. Diverse & Vibrant.



Darwin, facing out over the Timor Sea, is a vibrant, exciting city that draws on its cultural diversity in its array of food, entertainment and lifestyle.


North West Tassie. Rugged beauty, stunning coastlines.



Anyone wishing for some natural beauty combined with culture, history and artisanal food and wine produced locally, will love it!
— Nicola Speer

Launceston, TAS. Pretty, Port-Side City.



Tasmania’s second biggest city, Launceston is ideally nestled at the head of the beautiful Tamar Valley. The pretty, port around which the city has grown,  has a fascinating history and a vibrant modern day culture. Within Launceston, we recommend a wander of the streets in the compact centre to give a real feel for the colonial settlement it once was.


Hobart, TAS. Culinary & Visual Arts.



Don’t be fooled into thinking that Tasmania, or Tassie, as it’s affectionately known, is in any way insignificant in comparison to its colossal landmass next door, being mainland Australia. Tassie is like a highly concentrated dose of quality in one compact and highly intriguing package.


Riverland, SA. Laid-back Lifestyle.



Captain a five-star houseboat or let someone else do the hard work on a paddle steamer cruise. Fish from the banks of the Murray River or paddle a kayak on the water. The Riverland is South Australia’s largest fruit-producing region so you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to fresh fruit and other produce. Enjoy the sunshine, water sports and a laid-back lifestyle.

Coffs Harbour, NSW. Relaxed, beachside city lifestyle



Coffs, as it’s known to the locals, is a modern, vibrant city, situated approximately half way between Sydney and Brisbane, right on the water on the Northern Coast of New South Wales. If you like a combination of natural beauty of country and coast, within a welcoming community, Coffs ticks the boxes.


Adelaide, SA.  Australia's most liveable city.



We love Adelaide.   If you haven't been, you should go.   Hopefully, after you've read our list of quintessential Adelaide experiences, you'll be heading there yourself.


Sydney, NSW.   Simply Stunning.


Such a stunning city with all the iconic sights such as the Opera House and Harbour Bridge that have become symbols of this incredible place – but there’s more to Sydney than the obvious big names.



Bathurst, NSW. Home of Motor Sport.



Located on the ‘other’ side of the Great Dividing Range, Bathurst is Australia’s oldest inland settlement from colonial times, boasting a cool climate and a manicured central square where formidable Victorian buildings transport you to the past...

...Bathurst’s global claim to fame is its status as the home of Australian motor sport: since 1963, the ‘Great Race’ (the Bathurst 1000) continues to draw massive crowds to its picturesque, twisty, turny circuit.
— Lonely Planet