The Australian coastal regions harbor some of the most exciting sea life on the planet. The Great Barrier Reef alone accounts for enough concentrated biodiversity that the entire ocean surrounding it benefits from its existence. If you dreamt of a place like Daintree National Park, it would be one you hope you would revisit in your sleep again some day. And, if you dreamt of Lord Howe Islands the next night, that would be twice as nice. The colors of Shark Bay, where searing heat meets the aquamarine ocean, remind one of the colors of Yellowstone National Park’s mineral springs.
Surrounded on three sides by ocean, Margaret River in Western Australia is a small peninsula nestled in a corner of paradise. Its thousands of miles of coastline and beaches hug coastal waters colored in endless shades of green and blue, and overall the region contains magical, deserted, primeval places just waiting to be explored.Watch Now >>
The Featherdale Wildlife Park preserves, and allows visitors to interact with, that which is distinctly wild about Australia. The very best way to explore Australia’s wilds is to get out in them, and the dramatic Blue Mountains are a perfect place to do just that. Explore the Jameson Valley aboard a Scenic World Blue MountainsWatch Now >>
The Royal Botanical Gardens began long ago as the first cabbage patch convicts cultivated to stave off starvation. The Gavala Aboriginal Art Centre displays extraordinary aboriginal art that is profound to behold. Down by the Circular Quay, The Rocks Sydney offers locals and travelers alike a great place to hang out and have a pint.Watch Now >>