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Australia is the unexpected: a place where the world’s oldest cultures share vast ochre plains, stylish laneways and unimaginably blue waters with successive waves of new arrivals from across the globe. Dive into famous reefs from the Ningaloo to the Great Barrier Reef, or witness majestic southern right whales along the Great Australian Bight. Renowned for its quantity of endemic species that you won’t find anywhere else in the world, this behemoth of a country offers harsh and complex environments coupled with huge expanses where you won’t see another person for days on end.

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The sixth-largest country in the world, Australia is formed of six states; including the island territory of Tasmania. Each State is unique in its own weird and wonderful way with species that are not only native to the continent but also highly complex in their physiology and ecological behaviours. As such, wildlife viewing in Australia is highly seasonal, and depending on what species you wish to encounter, great care needs to be taken when planning your safari so that you travel at the correct time of year. As a destination, Australia can also be visited on multiple occasions (remember it is vast!) so we advise either planning for the long haul (5-6 weeks minimum to cover most states in one go) or prepare to visit multiple times and cover off states in a more detailed and holistic way, allowing you to really get under the skin of a region and understand its wildlife more deeply.

Australasia SAFARIS

We can offer a multitude of safaris in Australia to suit a range of requirements although not the easiest place to visit on a shoestring budget. Flying to Australia alone can be expensive and once there, day-to-day costs can also run high. We advise pre-booking as much as possible with your Destination Specialist and also heeding their advice when they recommend taking advantage of packages that include wildlife activities and food and beverage inclusions. Some of our safaris operate in the most remote regions in Australia and as such it's best to plan ahead and have all bases covered before you go.