What better time to holiday in Australia?
Australia is known for its stunning coastal areas, crystal clear waters, unique animals and the dramatic vastness of the outback. Rich Aboriginal history, art and Dreamtime stories filled with mystical intrigue. Snow-capped mountains, modern and vibrant cities, tropical rainforests and scenic hinterland are all part of the Australian journey. Of course, the multicultural population also brings a delectable array of cuisine, wine and coffee to our tables. There is so much to explore whether it be by road, train, cycle, foot, kayak, cruise, camel or air. Take a small peak into what this incredible country has to offer. Because we are based in Queensland, we have a bias of offers here, but please do browse through to see all we have to offer:
Sunshine Coast Photographic Retreat march 2021
Join us for this fantastic three night/four day photographic workshop on the Sunshine Coast.
Led by two experienced and expert photographers, this will be a great way to spend some luxury time exploring some of the coast, whilst also getting some first-class tuition, experience and memories.
Australian Bushfires, drought and Covid
The fires that raged through Australia have been catastrophic and our thoughts are with all the communities – human, animal and other – that have been so terribly affected!
Affected communities had started rebuilding (and we are so grateful for the overwhelming support that’s poured in from around the world to help them do so) and then Covid-19 hit.
If you live in Australia and now with things opening up – please consider the amazing and unique destinations, culture and wildlife Australia has to offer. By travelling to these destinations, your support is immediate and helps to rebuild economies and create support for these areas.
If you would like to help with recovery, but are unable to travel to these communities, please see suggested organisations below where you can donate:
Journeys Worldwide acknowledges Aboriginal peoples and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Owners and custodians of the land. We recognise their connection to land, sea and community and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.