Creek Bed walk, Kings Canyon
Adventure Tours
Noosa everglades, Sunshine Coast
Pentecost River Crossing, Western Australia
Quad biking in Kings Canyon
Sky diving in Byron Bay
Paddleboarding in Queensland
Surfing in Byron Bay

Inspiring guides for your adventure holiday

If you’re searching for adventurous activities in Australia, you’ve come to the right place. Whether you fancy exploring alluring rainforests, hitting the waves with your surfboard or discovering hikes through the outback, our guides have plenty of ideas for an activity-fuelled holiday.

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Top 10 water-based activities in Australia

Given much of Australian life revolves around its 30,000 kilometres of dazzling coastline, there's lots of aquatic adventures on offer. Read our top 10 exciting activities for above and below the water.

Exploring Australia's Red Centre

The Red Centre is the colloquial name given to this southern desert region of Australia’s Northern Territory, an extraordinary landscape featuring unique rock formations and spectacular gorges to dramatic mountain ranges, desert plains and some of the most sacred Aboriginal sites in the nation.

Exploring Kakadu National Park

Kakadu is a biodiverse wonderland where you’ll discover everything from ancient Aboriginal rock art and thundering waterfalls to giant crocodiles and exotic birds, along with the opportunity for a wide range of outdoor adventures.

Exploring Australia’s ancient rainforests

Enjoy an unforgettable rainforest experience in Australia. You’ll find all sorts of fabulous opportunities in Queensland, New South Wales, the Northern Territory and Tasmania.

Australia’s best beaches and islands

Australia has many beaches and islands waiting to be explored, read about our favourite ones and why. Discover white sands, blue turquoise seas from sleepy picture perfect resorts to off the beaten track beaches and islands.

Australias Reefs

Discover our top tips for Australia’s outstanding reefs from the Great Barrier Reef, Lady Elliott Island and the stunning Ningaloo Reef.

Going solo down under

If there’s anywhere that’s known for its solo travel culture, it’s Australia. Fun-loving, sunny and eclectic, Australia draws solo travellers in with its promise of every day being different.

How long have you got. What is your reason for going

Australia is the sixth largest country in the world, therefore there is a lot to consider when planning a holiday here. To help you we have put together an introduction of important information to consider first.

How to get around Australia

There are many ways to get around Australia, you can choose an escorted tour with a group, drive around yourself round in a car or motorhome, fly between the destinations or treat yourself to a luxury unique train journey. Read through the options here to help you choose.

Outback adventures and aboriginal culture

There is more to the outback than Uluru and long dusty open roads. The Indigenous Aboriginal people date back 50,000 years, full of history and a different way of life. Read our top places to visit to truly experience unique outback adventures and the Aboriginal culture.

Iconic Must Sees in Australia

Australia has some amazing icons that you must see: from the Sydney Opera House, Uluru and the Red Centre, Great Barrier Reef to Koala’s and Kangaroos. Read our top icons that you can’t miss along with a few secret places we also love.

Our favourite Aussie Adventures and experiences

There are many different adventures and experiences throughout Australia from swimming with whale sharks, enjoying a glass of wine in a beautiful vineyard, driving through the outback on a self-drive adventure or walking the rim of Kings Canyon. There is something for everyone, read our article to find your next adventure.