Whether you’re picnicking on a tropical island that disappears with the high tide, walking along the sea bed in a modern-day diving helmet, or spending the night sleeping on a pontoon under a sea of stars, there is more to the than just donning a snorkel or diving gear.
Head for Monkey Mia Beach during feeding times and meet the dolphins that have put this beautiful seaside spot on the map.
The friendly bottlenose dolphins regularly swim to the shore to interact with humans up to three times a day.
A perfect no-fuss day trip from Adelaide, with many amazing places to eat also, Barossa is a foodies idea of heaven.
With hot, dry summers and cool, moderate winters, the Barossa is one of the world’s exceptional wine regions − an absolute must for anyone with even the slightest interest in a good tipple. It’s a compact valley − just 25km long − yet it manages to produce 21% of Australia’s wine.
Take a waddle on the wild side and see wild penguins at the world-famous Penguin Parade, Phillip Island – only 90 minutes from Melbourne!
Fusing ancient and modernist influences, and situated on a site sacred to the Gadigal people for thousands of years, the sculptural elegance of the Sydney Opera House has made it one of the symbols of twentieth century architecture