[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]There is so much to see and do in Australia, from the fun attractions and activities, to whether you spend the day at one our world famous theme parks, or visit our Top Attractions, or spend the day just relaxing on one of our beaches, Australia has something for everyone.
Movie World, Gold Coast, QLD
Warner Bros. Movie World is a popular movie related theme park on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.
Wet N Wild, Gold Coast, QLD
Splash into another world, with some of the biggest and most extreme water slides in Australia. Wet‘n‘Wild is not to be missed.
Sea World, Gold Coast, QLD
Make friends with our amazing marine life, from dolphins to sharks, seals and more.
Australian Reptile Park, Gosford NSW
The Australian Reptile Park is the best family FUN day out! Exciting wildlife shows, loads of animal interaction and great customer service is what we are famous for!
- Meet Elvis, the crankiest crocodile in Australia
- See reptiles up-close and meet loads of cuddly Aussie animals
- Professional photos with furry and scaly new friends
- Venomous snake and funnel web spider milkings
- Children’s reptilian adventure playground
- Animal Encounters – get up close and personal with our animals
- Behind the Scenes tours
- Hand feed friendly free-range kangaroos
- FREE parking, on-site café, picnic areas, free gas BBQ’s
Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney NSW
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of Australia’s most well known and photographed landmarks. It is the world’s largest (but not the longest) steel arch bridge with the top of the bridge standing 134 metres above the harbour. It is fondly known by the locals as the ‘Coat hanger’ because of its arch-based design.
Uluru, or Ayers Rock, is a massive sandstone monolith in the heart of the Northern Territory’s Red Centre desert, 450km from the nearest large town, Alice Springs. It’s sacred to indigenous Australians and believed to be about 700 million years old. It’s within Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, which also encompasses the 36 red-rock domes of the Kata Tjuta (colloquially “The Olgas”) formation.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]