Rocks, crocs and beaches that go on forever, Australia is a diverse experience that needs to be explored on every level…
Yes the Harbour Bridge and the Ayers Rock are a must, but there’s so much more to the country that is nearly the size as all of Western Europe. Forget the backpack and explore these luxurious off-the-beaten-track Australia experiences and we promise you’ll have memories to last a lifetime.
Horseback ride through a 7,000-acre private wildlife reserve alongside wallaroos.
One of the many authentic ’luxury bush’ activities available at Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley.
Picnic on beach with the world’s whitest sand.
One&Only Hayman Island arranges private helicopter tours of Whitehaven Beach in the Great Barrier Reef.
Ski Australia’s highest alpine mountain.
Mount Kosciuszko, Thredbo.
Experience $4,000-a-night extreme glamping.
The Wolgan Suite at Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley with open fire place and heated indoor-outdoor pool.
Indulge with a pre-flight massage.
Aurora Spa is located in Qantas’ First Lounges in Sydney and Melbourne.
Order a salt-crusted Victor Churchill tomahawk steak for two.
The show-stopping signature dish from Fire at One&Only Hayman Island.
Try Australia’s best pavlova.
The nation’s famous desert created by one of Australia’s most celebrated chef’s, Neil Perry. Available on the menu in Qantas’ First Lounges in Sydney and Melbourne.
See one of the world’s largest private collections of new and old art.
David Walsh’s controversial Mona museum in Hobart Tasmania has been described as a ‘subversive adult Disneyland’.
Words: Gina Johnson