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Tailor-made holidays to Australia

Whether you're after tropical paradise, luxury escapism or an epic overland adventure on your Australian holiday, the people are friendly and the wine world class. Reefs and rainforests, wetlands and wineries, crocodiles and kangaroos - a trip to Australia has it all.

For many travellers, a visit to the Great Barrier Reef is the thrill of a lifetime. More than 2,000 kilometres of coast stretch along the reef, which is a habitat for over 1,500 species of fish and untold numbers of other sea animals and plants. For travellers looking for a scuba diving or snorkelling holiday, this is the finest destination in the world, and we offer a number of tours to the reef where you can experience these crystalline waters off the coast of Queensland for yourself.

Discover ancient Aboriginal culture on a tour to sacred Uluru, where the local Anangu people with traditions over 60,000 years old guard and protect the sandstone icon, also known as Ayers Rock. Many travellers dream of visiting Uluru, where sunrise and sunset seemingly light the stone from within and shift its colours from blazing red to deep purple and blue.

A luxury holiday to Australia gives you the opportunity to explore deeply the different regions of this vast country in comfort. Australia is wild, vast and untouched, yet cosmopolitan, cultural and cool. A coastline of surf beaches and dazzling coral reefs shows off Aussie surf culture, while the iconic Outback offers a majestic experience - silent and splendidly isolated. For travellers who love a party, don't miss the region's fun-loving Gold Coast, and for some of the world' most pristine beach getaways, a holiday to Perth may be just the thing.

There is no best time to visit Australia - every season offers sun and smiles across the continent. And since it is so vast, you'll be glad to have Wexas tailor-make your itinerary so you don't miss a thing. We work with some of the finest luxury hotels and resorts in Australia, so your expert travel consultant will be able to help you find exactly the right accommodations for your dream holiday. And if you want to learn more, our team is constantly travelling and bringing back local information to help you get to know the country before you leave - you can read them right here.

From Tasmania's heritage listed highlands to Sydney's iconic harbour and envied lifestyle, Melbourne's historic laneways, the Top End's legendary wilderness areas... there's nothing like Australia.

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GMT +10 (North-east/south-east), +9.5 (central), +8 (West)

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Where to go in Australia


Sydney is blessed with the world's most iconic harbour, countless inviting beaches, fabulous food and festivals, and is celebrated for its tempting outdoor lifestyle. The famous Bondi surf beach and harbourfront parklands are enjoyed by millions of visitors, while the historic Rocks is a window…

Cairns & the Great Barrier Reef

The Cairns and Great Barrier Reef region is Australia's tropical paradise. Few places on earth rival North Queensland for unique natural attractions; chief among them the World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef with its dazzling coral and colourful sea life and the ancient tropical rainforests, su…

Red Centre

A trip to Australia's Red Centre offers a vast window into the iconic Outback experience. It is majestic, silent and splendidly isolated.


Buzzing Victoria is Australia's cultural and sporting heartland. Cosmopolitan Melbourne leads the way in style, fashion and dining and each of its distinct districts has its own unique character for you to discover.

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What to do in Australia

Beach Holidays

From snorkeling Queensland's Great Barrier Reef to sunset camel rides on the shore of Western Australia's Cable Beach, there are hundreds of ways to enjoy Australia's world-class beaches.


Between sweeping ocean drives, city-to-city pursuits and journeys inland to the famed wineries of Margaret River and Hunter Valley, there's perhaps no way better suited to exploring Australia than by car.

History and culture

Explore the different sides of Australia, from the ancient indigenous cultures of the bush to the colonial cities in New South Wales and Tasmania. From rock art to political landmarks, a cultural immersion in Australia offers the best way to get to know its people and history.

Great railway journeys

Sink back into the luxurious surrounds of your private carriage on board a legendary Australia train service. Enjoy attentive service and meals from world-class chefs while you venture through southern farmland, to the outback, the western coast and more.

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Australia's seasons are the opposite of those in the northern hemisphere. December to February is summer for much of the country, and the best time for beach or outdoor activities, but this is the wet season in the tropical north. It's also school holiday season, so expect to be joined by plenty of locals. Winter (June to August) is mostly mild, but snowy in the southern mountains and dry and sunny in the northern states. Low season elsewhere, Winter is the best time to visit the Northern Territory, Queensland and the northern part of Western Australia.

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Top itineraries in Australia

A Taste of Australia

17-day tailor-made journey from £2,490 pp incl. flights

This tailor-made tour is the perfect introduction to three classic Australian attractions: sophisticated Sydney, sacred Uluru and the underwater wonders of the Great Barrier Reef. Enjoy a sunset cruise over the Coral Sea, a twilight sailing trip, an Aboriginal barbecue and more on this epic journey.

Sydney to Byron in style

18-day tailor-made self-drive from £2,599 pp incl. flights

This luxury Australia holiday takes you from vibrant Sydney to the breathtaking beaches of Byron Bay, staying in a selection of our favourite hand-picked hotels, chosen for their superb location, dining, facilities and ability to showcase this diverse region at its very best.

Wildlife, Wilderness & Great Barrier Reef

14-day tailor-made self-drive from £1,995 pp incl. flights


Save up to £360 per couple
Book by: 31 March 2017

The Cairns and Great Barrier Reef region of Queensland is a treasure trove of ancient rainforests, golden beaches and wildlife-rich wilderness, as well as being one of the main launch points for trips to the iconic Great Barrier Reef, one of the world's most spectacular natural wonders.

The Great Southern Touring Route

12-day tailor-made self-drive from £1,895 pp incl. flights

Australia's Great Southern Touring Route in Victoria turns the romance of the road trip into a grand love affair. Starting in Melbourne, follow the Great Ocean Road past the magnificent Twelve Apostles before turning inland to the dusky ridges and Aboriginal rock art of the Grampian Mountains.

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Top places to stay in Australia

Longitude 131º, Uluru

Contemporary lodge

Perfectly positioned to offer guests private views of the picture perfect sunrise and sunset over Uluru (Ayers Rock), Longitude 131º offers an exclusive and luxurious opportunity to experience this iconic and uniquely Australian destination.

Southern Ocean Lodge, Kangaroo Island

Contemporary lodge

Southern Ocean Lodge is Australia’s premier luxury lodge experience and is perfect for couples and wildlife lovers. An environmentally sensitive and sophisticated sanctuary, the lodge has an unmatched location with homely hospitality and an exceptional spa.

Park Hyatt, Sydney


Situated between the city’s two great icons – the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge – the Park Hyatt is the ultimate in contemporary harbourside luxury.

Four Seasons Hotel Sydney


With wonderful panoramas of the Sydney city skyline on one side and the iconic sights of the harbour on the other, Four Seasons brings five-star luxury to an idyllic locale.

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Special offers in Australia

Wildlife, Wilderness & Great Barrier Reef

14-day tailor-made self-drive from £1,995 pp incl. flights


Save up to £360 per couple
Book by: 31 March 2017

The Cairns and Great Barrier Reef region of Queensland is a treasure trove of ancient rainforests, golden beaches and wildlife-rich wilderness, as well as being one of the main launch points for trips to the iconic Great Barrier Reef, one of the world's most spectacular natural wonders.

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At Wexas, we specialise in bespoke travel experiences. Our itineraries are just samples of what we can arrange, and can be changed depending on your precise needs, finances and ideas by our experienced destination specialists.

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