Become lost in a world of fantasy and fun, meet your favourite stars and super-heroes and experience the exhilaration of world-class adventure rides and movie attractions. Plus, children of all ages can now learn to drive on the streets of the kid's size version of Warner Bros. Movie World at the brand new Junior Driving School.
Get up close with a ton of the cutest native Aussie plus exotic wildlife at the many interactive displays and wide-enclosures here.
Gold Coast's iconic wildlife sanctuary. Experience the best of nature in this 27 hectares Currumbin forest as one delve in the rainforest to discover hundreds of native Australian animals. Hangout, feed the kangaroos or cuddle the adorable koalas or even take a challenge on one of those 80 treetops ziplines.
This crown jewel of the National Trust of Australia (Queensland) is definitely a must-visit spot for the entire family and nature lovers.
Dreamworld on the Gold Coast is the top thrill-ride park in the area. The Gold Coast's Dream World is Australia's favourite ride-based theme park, and with so many "worlds" in a single location, you'll be able to plan your own adventure! With 13 worlds consisting of attractions from the tallest and fastest thrill rides, to live interactive shows and unique animal attractions, there is truly something at Dreamworld for people of all ages and levels of thrill seeking.
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Get to the top of Melbourne in just 38 seconds! Eureka Skydeck takes you on a sensory journey via fastest lifts in the Southern Hemisphere. Melbourne sightseeing at its finest, with 360 degree views and surrounding areas with its floor to ceiling windows and on clear days, expect to see up to 75kms in every direction! Do you know why Eureka Tower glows so brightly in the sun? That is because the top ten floors are plated in 24 carat gold!*Ticket is not inclusive of Edge experience.
The Australia Zoo, located in the state of Queensland, is home to a vast variety of animals.On top of that, the Australia Zoo is a proud advocate of conservation efforts and projects.
Get the opportunity to get up close and personal with different species of animals. Enter the feeding grounds where you will get to purchase small bags of feed for animals such as the kangaroo, little piglets and goats. This is a great chance to interact with these friendly animals!
Venture and explore the 100 acre zoo and visit the animal pens that house animals such as cheetahs, otters, rhinos, giraffes, red pandas, and animals native only to Australia such as the beloved Koala, Wombats and Tasmanian Devils.
The Australia zoo promises a remarkable experience that the family will enjoy!
G'day mate! Take a bus tour around the capital city of Australia, visiting official buildings like the Parliament House, War Memorial, and more. Depart from Sydney and travel to Canberra in a comfortable air-conditioned coach. The full-day tour includes stops at the following iconic landmarks: Australian War Memorial An elaborate memorial site for the soldiers of wars involving the Commonwealth of Australia. There is also a sculpture garden outside. National Gallery of Australia The largest art museum in Australia, which features the national collection of art works. Pop-up exhibitions and shows are also held from time to time. Check here for the latest updates. Parliament House Have a fully guided tour around the most expensive building in Australia! Discover the chambers of parliament, the art collections, and more. Carillon Bell Tower This 50m-tall architectural masterpiece cum musical instrument was a gift from British to the Australians in commemoration of Caberra's 50th anniversary. As you traverse the city, don't forget to take a few moments to enjoy the inland scenery, which includes Berrima, Mt Ainslie, and more.
Come face to face with some of the largest saltwater crocodiles at Crocosaurus Cove! The three-storey crocodile zoo features eight large habitats which you can observe from every floor. The enclosures (and the clear glass walls that protect them) ensure you can get a 360-degree view of the ferocious crocs.
Visit Australia's most spectacular coastline and the Twelve Apostles. Imagine a road hugging the side of the sheer cliffs, where native bushland meets the blue waters of Australia's most spectacular coastline. Spend a full day of touring the Great Ocean Road, exploring this truly majestic stretch of infinite coastline. Journey along and take in the spectacular views where new, exciting landscapes unreel right before your eyes. Experience the temperate rainforest at Great Otway National Park as you walk amongst the magnificent splendour of the gigantic rainforest trees. Marvel at the breathtaking rock formations and hear the tales of the shipwreck coast.
Known to be the oldest wine region in the country, Hunter Valley makes an ideal holiday spot for travellers who appreciate good wine, gourmet food and all things picturesque. Visit three boutique wineries and get to sample red and white wine varieties, along with educational commentary provided by the experienced local guide. If you're into harder spirits, don't leave without trying the locally-tested organic schnapps, gin and vodka. For ones with quirkier tastebuds, the vodka comes with a range of bold flavours including chilli and mango. Lunch, is perfectly complimented with a lass, wine, craft beer or cider. If those aren't compelling enough, indulge in their freshest local produce including cheese and chocolate.
No trip to Adelaide is complete without a visit to this wildlife wonderland that is Kangaroo Island!Set off for Australia's third largest island first thing in the morning! Despite its name, kangaroos are not the only animals you'll be able to see: Spot wild koalas, echidnas, and more in their natural habitat. At the lunch spot (Vivonne Bay Bistro), you'll also be able to see over 500 sea lions resting nearby. Cruise back to Cape Jervis and return to Adelaide before retiring for the day.
Here at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, you can get face to face with animals native to the continent of Australia. Located only 12km off Brisbane, the park houses a wide range of animals, and is said to be home to more than 130 koalas. Spend your afternoon feeding the kangaroos in the park, or attend some of the entertaining yet informative shows led by the experienced and professional keepers. There's always something to do here at the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary!
Prepare for a fun filled extravaganza for the entire family at one of Sydney's coolest and most picturesque theme park
Hop on the Wild Mouse, a thrilling 400m long rollercoaster ride going high above the park. For the more adventurous individual with a stomach of steel, let the Hair Raiser ride take you 50m above sea level before plunging you back to earth at speeds of up to 80kmh!
Fret not! The kids will not feel left out! Bounce and prance around the Magic Castle or become an astronaut for the day and jet set into space on your very own spaceship at the Luna Park Space Shuttle.
Finally, why not end the day on the parks 40m high Ferris Wheel overlooking Sydney Harbour and soak in the beautiful sunset with your loved words.
Explore the outskirts of Perth on this full-day wildlife tour which brings you to see marine life, penguins, koalas, and other animals native to the land Down Under. Start off your day with a ferry ride across the scenic Shoalwater Bay to Penguin Island. Here, you will get to feed the adorable Blue Penguins, and explore the island. While on the Glass Bottom Boat, peer down for a look at the sea animals which swim around the sea floor.Once you've met the marine life, it's time to see the land animals! Visit the Caversham Wildlife Park to get up close with the kangaroos and koalas. Ending the full-day tour on a sweet note is the Chocolate Factory visit, where you can try the candies for free.
Explore beyond Melbourne's city centre and have your fill of breathtaking scenery, wildlife encounters (penguins, kangaroos, and more), and even wine tasting.Moonlit Sanctuary Conservation ParkGet to see koalas, wombats, dingoes, and other animals of the land Down Under! You may also hand feed and pet the adorable kangaroos, wallabies, and emus. Done snapping photos of the animals? Now upload them: The park offers free WiFi throughout the compound. Phillip Island WineryPut your discerning taste buds to test at this homely winery, which offers a special selection of the finest food and wine in the region. Nibble on Gippsland cheeses and sip on up to six locally produced wines. There's a feast for your eyes too: The winery overlooks Bass Strait and Berry's Beach. The Nobbies and Seal Rocks Stroll along the boardwalks (stopping by the various lookout points, of course) for spectacular coastal scenery views. Occasionally, silver gulls and fur seals join the party as well. Don't miss the blowhole, which is a sea cave along the southern swells. Penguin ParadeLastly, end your tour with a super cute wiggle and waddle! As the setting sun dips into the sea, the adorable penguins get out of the water and make their way home. The Penguin Plus boardwalk is accessible at an additional cost.
The Sea Life Aquarium in the bustling city of Melbourne offers a wonderous and educational adventure for all visitors, young and old. Journey through 12 themed zones such as the Bay of Rays, Mermaid Gardens and Coral Atoll, where mysterious and marvellous sea creatures manoeuvre freely in the clear waters overhead and behind shatterproof tanks.Be captivated and fascinated by the myriad of vibrant and colorful fishes, corals, jellyfish and other forms of aquatic life present.
Don't forget to make a trip over to the Croc Lair and observe these armored predators in world's largest Saltwater Crocodile exhibit.
Situated in Gold Coast, Australia, the Skypoint Observatory Deck is the most ideal location to go to soak in the beautiful city of Gold Coast. Perched 77 stories high, at the tip of the Q1 Building, visitors will be awe-stricken at the scenic skyline and modern landscape of the Brisbane and Byron Bay.
Once you've explored the deck, visitors can pop into the tower's own Seventy7 Cafe and Bar for all-day dining. Sit back and relax with a mouth-watering meal as you spot migrating whales along the Eastern Coast
Come nightfall, the observatory deck transforms into a chic and contemporary lounge bar with music every Friday and Saturday evenings and Sunset sounds on Sundays. Chill out 230m above sea level with a drink as the city illuminates with thousands of brilliant lights, making it a breathtaking spectacle for both first time visitors and locals alike.
Explore the renowned Pinnacles desert and experience sandboarding on huge sand dunes. Go on an Indiana Jones-esque adventure, a journey that gives you a glimpse of what Western Australia is all about aside from the known idyllic farm setting. Get up close with koalas, hand-feed the kangaroos, and wombats at Caversham Wildlife Park. Go behind the wheel on a four wheel drive or if you have a sandboard, try sandboarding in the massive white sand dunes!
This early morning tour kicks off three hours before dawn, but the effort to get out of bed will be well worth it: It takes you to see the famous Uluru (also known as Ayers Rock) as its usual earthy brown exterior turns the brilliant shades of the sunrise. This natural phenomenon occurs as the elements in the earth's atmosphere filter out the blue sunrays, resulting in a warm-hued cast.
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