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Featured image: Pretty Beach House, NSW Central Coast
My favourite Australian destinations are the East Kimberley for outback hospitality and spectacular gorge walks, and Tasmania for its lush hiking trails and wilderness lodges.
Western Australia is fast-emerging as a must-do luxury travel destination. With breathtaking natural scenery, amazing food and wine, and some of the newest and most-awarded luxury retreats in Australia, it has never been a better time to experience WA.
Tasmania is a hiker and nature-lover’s paradise with about 20% of the island comprising the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, and some of Australia’s most loved National Parks found here.
The Northern Territory is a special place, with Kakadu National Park, Arnhem Land, the Mary River Wetlands and Litchfield National Park among the best experiences when visiting the Top End.
While many visit Queensland for its beaches and the Great Barrier Reef, we also rate Queensland for its World-Heritage Listed Gondwana rainforests of the Scenic Rim region and Daintree, and for its Island trails ending in waterfalls and swimming holes – the Thorsborne Trail on Hinchinbrook Island is a good example.
New South Wales brings to mind coastal rockpools, bushwalks in the world-class National Parks like the Blue Mountains, and relaxing on the Hawkesbury River. The NSW Central Coast, Byron Bay and the northern NSW Hinterland are other favourite destinations for their rainforests, waterfalls and golden beaches.
Victoria is a compact State in Australian terms, and packs in an impressive diversity of landscapes from the snowy mountains to the rugged coastline of the Great Ocean Road and the jaw-dropping peaks of the Grampians.
The diversity of scenery and experiences on offer in South Australia continues to surprise us. The rolling green hills of the Fleurieu Peninsula and the beaches and trails of Kangaroo Island are a must-do for the active traveller, and pair nicely with some time indulging in the food and wine of the Barossa and Clare Valley.