On the east coast of Australia, beyond the suburbs of the big cities and bounded by the Pacific Ocean, you can find some of the wildest national parks on the planet. Blue Mountains National Park, the immense eucalyptus forests, the magnificent deep gorges, Fraser Island, Lake McKenzie — all will show you how amazing and diversified Australia is.
Fraser Island, the largest sand island in the world, is a sparsely populated island off of Queensland’s east coast whose eucalyptus and primary tropical forests encapsulate over 100 freshwater lakes edged by white sand beaches within their boundaries. One of the island’s few inhabitants, a photographer, will explore the island with you and reveal muchWatch Now >>
In the natural world, the boundaries between different environments can be rich in wildlife. In Australia, a rainforest grows right up to the coastline of Cape Tribulation to meet one of the seven natural wonders of the world – The Great Barrier Reef. Together they form an environment rich in beauty, diversity, and natural wonder.Watch Now >>
See Sydney Bridge from the water on the harbor courtesy of Sydney by Sail. To get off to a great start to your day, head over to bills (small ‘b’) for breakfast. Later on, dine on exciting dishes at The Living Room at the stunning Park Hyatt Sydney.Watch Now >>