Tangalooma Wild Dolphin Resort is the only resort on the island. The resort provides enough rooms to meet the needs of different tourists. There are more than 70 water and land activities, including wild dolphins feeding, desert safari, and ATV Quad Bike and more.
It’s a must to try the newest and hottest restaurant at Tangalooma Wild Dolphin Resort (Fire and Stone), combines the essence of Chinese and Western cuisine.
Discover the Blue Mountains – Sydney’s backyard playground. This UNESCO World Heritage site covers the area over 3,861 square miles, surrounded with rainforest, sandstone cliffs, dramatic canyons, and scenic lookouts and waterfalls.
Scenic World is the perfect way to explore the stunning nature wonder of Blue Mountains, which offers a range of experiences found nowhere else on Earth. Board the world’s steepest passenger railway; stroll along the Scenic Walking as it takes you descend into the extraordinary Jurassic-like rainforest. Thus, hop aboard the Scenic Cableway & glass-floored Skyway which provide best panoramic view of Katoomba Falls, the Three Sisters, and Jamison Valley!
Looking at the four ‘triangular’ segments of the roof design, the Sydney Opera House has become the symbol of Australia since 1973, attracting more than eight million people to visit the site yearly. However, most visitors only stop by for photographs from outside of the building. Have you ever wondered what does the interior looks like? And did you know this UNESCO World Heritage Site has spent 16 years and cost more than 100 million AUS to build?
Step into the glamorous hallway of the iconic Sydney Opera House for a guided tour to learn more about the architecture and interesting stories of the building. Thus, be awed by the world-class opera performance and take a peek into the rehearsal studio where passionate ballet dancers keep practice.
Port Stephens is blessed with beautiful beaches, national parks and a unique sand-dune system. There are many reasons to have fun in this vibrant coastal city!
Home to around 150 bottlenose dolphins, Port Stephen is the perfect place in Australia to observe these adorable sea creatures, boosting an impressive 99% success rate for spotting them! From November to April, get out on the water for an exciting cruise sailing adventure around Nelson Bay to explore the beautiful waterways and get close to the pods of wild dolphins. During other season, you will get a chance to spot the large sea mammals, when thousands of humpback and other whales migrate through the marine park.
Just located 90-minutes from Melbourne, Philip Island is a perfect seaside holiday, offering pristine white beaches, captivating coastlines, family fun activities and iconic animals.
As a home to the largest Little Penguin colony in the world, visit the island’s main star attraction to watch these cute & friendly locals waddle home from the ocean every evening after a long day of fishing. At the Penguin Parade site, visitors get to enjoy with a few viewing options. Get an upgrade with Penguin Plus Premium viewing area as you are able to enjoy this nature experience with the best view and understand their behaviour, history, and habitat.
Located in the Mid-West region of Western Australia, the dreamlike salt lake boast a pink hue created by the presence of Dunaliella Salina bacteria, a source of Vitamin A which widely used in food and medicine.
Board a scenic plane from Geraldton to Kalbarri via flying over the dreamy pink color Hutt Lagoon. Marvel at the difference between its pink waters and the nearby royal blue ocean from on a flight, and see the world’s largest micro-algae farm on the lake.
It is a dangerous act to drink or swim in the lake as the bacteria inside may harm your health before being processed.
If you’re planning a getaway in Western Australia, Rottnest Island is one of the best choices! Just a short ferry ride away from Perth and surrounded with stunning landscape and pristine beaches, this rugged and beautiful island is perfect to escape from the city buzz.
Now… Meet the “World’s Happiest Animal”! Quokkas are mini marsupials that mostly live in Rottnest Island and certain parts of Western Australia. These furry creatures are the friendliest you’ll ever meet among most other wild Australian animals. Simply take a selfie with them and they always look like having photoshoot-ready smiles for the camera. Quokkas roam freely around the island and can be found easily, approach them quietly without touching or feeding, camera ready, and you’ll be able to get a quokka-smiley selfie in no time.
When the night falls, stars on the ground sparkle and shine across Uluru…
Field of Light illuminates, as far as the eye can see gentle rhythms of colour light up the red desert. This four footballs fields’ worth (49,000 square metres) of massive solo exhibition was created by artist Bruce Munro by installing 50,000 spheres of light, making it the largest and most remote iteration of this artwork to date. Put this magical garden as part of your travel bucket list, imagine yourself wander through the magical field of lights; the spindly stems breathing and swaying through Australia’s spiritual heartland, such breathtakingly beautiful!
Australia’s most remote luxury outpost, Longitude 131° is about connection with the landscape, its culture and wildlife, a celebration of superb regional cuisine and luxurious lodgings.
This luxury wilderness camp showcase the best Uluru has to offer with warm hospitality, sensational dining experience, breathtaking scenery, and surrounded by rugged wilderness of the Simpson Desert, Red Centre. In addition, grab yourself a drink at the open bar ranging from kombucha to craft beer, fine wine and French Champagne and the chance to sink into a plunge pool with panoramic views of the rust-red dunes. A stay at Longitude 131° will make your trip an unbeatable escape to the dual World Heritage listed wilderness of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park!
The World Heritage-listed Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park is one of Tasmania’s premier wilderness regions and home to the world-famous Overland Track and iconic Cradle Mountain.
Cradle Mountain is the sixth-highest mountain in Tasmania and is a favourite spot for hiking lovers to explore its’ pristine wilderness. You may have heard its remarkable beauty and dramatic setting, not until you stand 1,545 metres above sea level, surrounded by moss-covered ancient rainforest, deep river gorge, glacier lakes and stunning alpine landscape. Take a slow pace walk while appreciate the nature wonders along the beautiful Dove Lake Circuit, which is one of Tasmania's premier nature walks.
Is koala fur as soft as a stuffed toy? Here’s you opportunity to discover yourself!
The award-winning Cleland Wildlife Park is one of very few places in the world where visitors can have the unique experience to hold a koala. Just 20 minutes drive from Adelaide, you’ll find over 130 species of Australian animals, mostly roam freely around the park and you might spot some rare albino species as well. Not to mention, visitors can feed, and even pat the animals that live in the park, which includes kangaroos, emus, wallabies, potoroos and waterfowl.
Hunter Valley is a region in New South Wales, has rich wine heritage that stretches back some 180 years. As a major tourist destination, this beautifully wine region offers more than 150 wineries, an array of award-winning restaurants and stunning landscapes. The Hunter Valley is famous for its production of Semillon and Shiraz and holds the title of planting the first Chardonnay vines in Australia.
For years the Hunter Valley has boasted it is the oldest winemaking region in Australia and some wineries are still proudly follow the traditional method. Did you know grape stomping (using barefoot to stomp & crush the grapes) is part of a method of maceration used in traditional winemaking? This activity was a fun experience in Hunter Valley for visitors to try out & learn about wine history.
Located at the South West Coast of Western Australia, the Margaret River is the only wine region in Australia where you can hop from outstanding wineries and restaurants to pristine beaches, exquisite caves, tall-timber forests, and world-class surf breaks. Although the region produces less than 3% of Australia's wine, it is world-renowned for producing some top notch, award-winning drops.
Yarra Valley is at the top of its game for wine in Australia. Although Victoria once hit by Phylloxera Aphid that destroy the vines in the late 80s, Yarra Valley somehow escaped allowing the region a prosperous head start and become the oldest wine region in Victoria since 1830s. Grapes do best in cool climate, which makes Yarra Valley exceptionally reputable worldwide for its chardonnay and pinot noir.
Just an hour drive away from Adelaide, Barossa Valley with strong German influenced is a celebration of cultures, food, art and wine! With hot, dry summers and cool, moderate winters, Barossa Valley is one of Australia’s oldest and most premier wine regions where you’ll get to taste some of the most awarded and highest quality wines in the world.
Up to 21% of Australia’s wines are produced in Barrosa Valley and is renowned for its elegant Shiraz. The legendary Penfolds Winery is one of the must-visit cellar door for its Make Your Own Blend Tour. Discover the fine art of winemaking as you personalise the wine to your own tastes and get to take home with you. Thus, take a sip of a local drop that’s as old as you at the Seppeltsfield, the only winery in the world to release a 100-year-old vintage wine every year.
With more 80 cellar doors and vineyards, picturesque scenery and just a half an hour drive from Adelaide, is there any better place to spend a day for wine lovers? McLaren Vale is the birthplace of South Australia’s wine industry and home to some of the world’s oldest grapevines which plant more than 100 years ago. Best known for its Shiraz, McLaren Vale is also known for producing premium Grenache and Cabernet varieties.
Visit one of the main highlight of this region – the d’Arenberg Cube. This unique and fascinating building is inspired by the complexities and puzzles of the win-making. Each of the 5 levels of the cube has been specially designed, providing visitors an exclusive winery tour experience. Featuring from a wine sensory room, a virtual fermenter, a 360degree video room, and Alternate Realities Museum with many displayed art installation awaits you to explore!
There are many different ways to experience Sydney’s most iconic landmarks, Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. Now, hop on to Sydney’s spectacular dinner cruise which offers restaurant-quality dining experience and performance show on board with spectacular view of the Sydney Harbour.
Beside, Vivid Sydney, a festival of light, music and ideas performs annually in Sydney from Mid-May until Mid-June. This festival illuminates the heart of Sydney with mesmerizing colour, music performances and art installation, taking you into a magical wonderland.
Situated in the Western Foyers and Colonnade, Portside offers a harbourside dining experience with panoramic views of Circular Quay and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Not only stunning views, the restaurant offers s a menu that uses fresh seasonal products. It is a great option to have a drink or two with your friends after a long day at work or a spot to watch fireworks on New Year Eve celebration!
Melbourne is one of the most harmonious and culturally diverse cities in the world, making here a place that offers varieties of restaurant choices. Atlantic Restaurant boasts unique architecture and serves exquisite and finest cuisines. Inspired by wild and sustainable produce, the Atlantic’s unwavering focus on excellence and seafood sourced by top Australian producers has made it an internationally renowned name today.
Indulge yourself into the freshest seafood on the Sunshine Coast! Located at the north of Brisbane, the Mooloolaba Fish Market may be small in size yet supplies wide range of high-quality seafood at affordable prices. Visitors can either enjoy the delicious cooked seafood at the pier while feeling the cool sea breeze, or enjoy their meals on ‘THE DECK’ at second floor overlooking the Mooloolah River and seafood industry at work.
Tasmania is rate as one of the cleanest air and water in the world. Therefore, its clean seawater and fresh inland streams offers some of the best fresh seafood. Enjoy rock lobster and oyster shucked straight from the water, and witness your guide dive for abalone and sea urchin. Be delighted as your catch turns into delicious seafood feast accompanied by gourmet local produce and Tasmanian wines, boutique beers, ciders and juices. Fresh produce will be provided throughout the day.
As a part of Freycinet Peninsular in Freycinet National Park, Wineglass Bay is consistently ranked as one of the most beautiful bays in the world as the perfect curve with pristine sand and crystal blue water. Aside from the breathtaking nature view, taste some of the freshest Tasmania’s oysters from the Great Oyster Bay at Freycinet Marine Farm. The farm offer freshly harvested oysters, mussels harvested and, scallops, abalone and rocklobster, salmon sourced from local fisherman.
Longitude 131° is a luxury wilderness camp in Australia‘s Red Centre with modern design and eco-friendly concept. Longitude 131°’s Table 131° is renowned around the world as an iconic outdoor dining experience, with a menu prepared on a remote dune top under a glittering canopy of stars. With sounds of the Didgeridoo in the background, sip a glass of fine wine with your love one while enjoying the panoramic view of Ayers Rock slowly changes it colour as the sunsets. After dinner, the lodge guide offers a tour of the sky, sharing stories and legends of the stars alongside Aboriginal creation tales from the Red Centre.
Salopian Inn, a beautifully restored old homestead covered with climbing greenery. Their seasonal menu is created by chef Karena Armstrong, who came up through some of the country’s best restaurants. Large portion of fresh veggies and herbs are harvested at their organic kitchen garden, which brings only the best flavours of South Australia to your plate. What we also love is the wine section as red wines are not listed on the menu and you have to make your way down into the old cellar to pick your own preference.
Situated at the north of Perth in Western Australia, the cray fishing town of Cervantes is well-known globally for its lobster factory. The town is easily accessible to the one of the great geological attraction – Nambung National Park which just 17km away. Therefore, this coastal town is a popular weekend getaway from Perth to visit the world famous Pinnacles and enjoy a complete lobster experience at Lobster Shack – from lobster pot to cooking pot!
Apart from indulging high-quality seafood and countless fine dining experience in Australia, some of the most common Australian foods that may not fall under ‘fine dining’ will amaze you unexpectedly. From Vegemite to smashed avocado toast, meat pie and Lamington, try out these real native Australian flavours when you’re here! Furthermore, we highly recommend that you must not missed the American Doughnut Kitchen for its iconic Hot Jam Doughnut at Queen Victoria Market in Melbourne and Black Star Pastry's strawberry and watermelon cake in Sydney.