Head down-under to a world of kangaroos, koalas, reefs and wilderness. Home to the boomerang and the didgeridoo, other attractions include an English language culture you just might find a bit different from your own. So gather the ankle-biters (kids), pack your togs (bathing suits) and get ready for a ripper (really great) adventure!
See the Great Barrier Reef
Spend a day snorkeling at the world’s largest coral reef, more than 3,000 individual reef systems, coral cays and hundreds of islands. There is nothing quite like the beautiful colors of coral and fish found in this natural wonder.
Meet the People of Kuku Yalanji
Try your hand at some traditional fishing techniques and experience the cleansing of a smoking ceremony; it helps ward off bad spirits and assures you are accepted and honored as a guest on Kuku Yalanji lands.
Climb Sydney’s Harbor Bridge
See the historic rocks district and the Sydney Opera House then climb to the summit of the Sydney Harbor Bridge for impressive, unobstructed views of all below!
Visit the Island of Tasmania
Come hike to waterfalls in the vast, rugged wilderness and explore the history of the convict settlement — all in the company of Tasmanian Devils, Wombats, Wallabies and Quolls!