Marvel over the dramatic canyons, cascading waterfalls and wildflower valleys of the Grampians National Park on this action-packed full-day tour. Visit the gold rush town of Ballarat; take a bushwalk to see the Silverband Falls and spot wild kangaroos at Halls Gap. After lunch (included), embark on a short hike to the Grand Canyon, stand in awe beneath the MacKenzie Falls and admire jaw-dropping views over Stringybark Forest, Victoria Valley, and Lake Bellfield. This small-group tour includes selected hotel pick-up and round-trip transport from Melbourne.
Discover the wild side of the Whitsundays on an adreniline-fuelled 3.5-hour Segway tour. Learn to operate your easy-to-use self-balancing Segway, then follow your guide on a scenic 5.5-mile (9km) tour through the Conway National Park. Glide along serene rainforest trails, following part of the Whitsunday Great Walk and hop off to enjoy morning tea overlooking Impulse Creek. Best of all: full instruction and practice time is provided and there’s no experience necessary, so anyone can give it a go!
You don't have to go deep into the outback to get up close to native Australian animals like kangaroos, koalas, and platypus. The Healesville Sanctuary in the Yarra Valley can be reached easily from Melbourne with this handy transportation package. Departing from Russell Street Extension, opposite the Melbourne Day Tour Centre, you can spend four fun hours at the sanctuary before the return trip.
Our unique 4 x 4 stretched Jeep is the perfect way to explore the beauty and diversity of Magnetic Island. This tour is fun, exciting, educational and entertaining. Learn about our history, culture, wildlife and our what it is that makes our island so "Magnetic".
We pick our passengers up in the courtesy zone outside the ferry terminal just past the bus stop at 11am.
Please note that this tour requires a minimum of 4 people to operate.
If less than 4 passenger bookings on a single tour are received the tour may be cancelled and refunds issued.
PLEASE NOTE: It takes time to prepare the Jeep and the food for each tour therefore bookings with less than 24 hours noticed may not be possible to confirm.
This Adelaide pedicab tour is a fun way to beat traffic and congestion while quickly seeing a lot of the central business district. Breeze past iconic buildings and attractions while riding an EcoCaddy on footpaths, cycle-ways, and parkways. You’ll reach places bus tours can’t and cover more ground than walking tours.
Take a day trip to Australia's eastern most point Byron Bay Lighthouse and enjoy coastal views, perhaps spot whales, sea birds and dolphins. You'll enjoy a scenic drive down the coast into New South Wales, with a few scenic stops as well as a drive through downtown Byron Bay. At 11.30am you'll arrive at Crystal Castle in northern New South Wales to enjoy the beautiful grounds, the Buddha and countless crystals to view and buy in every colour of the rainbow. The Lotus Cafe has an impressive organic menu to choose from too while you watch the children in the playground or worship at the World Peace Stupa.
A Segway tour offers an offbeat experience and the ability to cover more ground than walking. On this tour from Airlie Beach to Cannovale, you can zip along the Whitsunday Bicentennial Boardwalk, and glide by Pioneer Bay, Shingley Beach and the Coral Sea Marina while listening to your guide share insights into the area. Wrap up the tour with a stop for some dinner while watching the sun set over the Whitsunday Islands.
Take a break from the beach and discover two of Byron Bay’s most popular attractions – Cape Bryon Lighthouse and Crystal Castle – on this half-day tour. First, climb to the top of the Cape Bryon Lighthouse, where you can take in magnificent views from Australia’s easternmost point and spot humpback whales along the coast (depending on the season). Then, be dazzled by the exquisite gardens and gigantic crystals on display at the Crystal Castle, before continuing to lively Bangalow for lunch (included).
Drive along the rugged Australian coastline from Melbourne to Adelaide on a 3-day adventure. Stop along the Great Ocean Road in places like Apollo Bay and Lorne and take in the beautiful views of the Southern Ocean. Observe local wildlife at such as kangaroos and koalas at Great Otways National Park and sample local wines in Adelaide, where the tour ends.
Embark on an epic 4-day adventure and tackle one of the Great Walks of Australia as you walk along Tasmania’s Freycinet Peninsula. Hike along rainforest trails, rocky coves and sandy beaches, and spot native wildlife like dolphins and wombats. Pass UNESCO-listed landscapes, cruise to Schouten Island and admire natural landmarks like White Water Wall, Saltwater Lagoon and Quartzite Ridge. This small-group tour is limited to 10 hikers for a personalized experience and includes accommodation in a traditional lodge, all meals and round-trip transfers from Hobart.
Explore the rainforest and waterfalls of the Tablelands regions at your own pace on this private guided tour from Cairns. Enjoy the flexibility of customizing the tour to the preferences of your party, while benefiting from insights into the diversity and history of the ancient land from your guide. See such landscapes as extinct volcanic crater lakes and valley gorges, as well as native fauna including the rare tree kangaroo, cassowary, platypus, and hundreds of species of colorful songbirds, in their native environment.
Get a new perspective on Queensland's Great Sandy Straits Marine Park by cruising through its clear waters in a glass-bottom boat. See an abundance of marine life among the coral reefs, including turtles, dolphins, and possibly a reef shark or dugong. Make several stops along the way for snorkeling and swimming.
Multi award winning Ningaloo Blue Dive offers the best Eco Tours on the Ningaloo Reef! We pride ourselves on delivering a fun yet educational and professional tour, which is suitable for all ages! Our highly qualified team of friendly staff is extremely passionate about the reefs wildlife. They make every effort to ensure your Eco Tour with Ningaloo Blue is truly unique and an experience you will never forget!
Interacting with marine life is one of the most heart warming and fun experiences people of all ages and abilities can have.
Turtles, Manta Ray’s, Dugongs and Dolphins often make regular appearances and between August and November the Humpback Whale Watching is divine. All with one of the most pristine coral reefs in the world as a spectacular back drop.
Wilsons Promontory Cruises is the only cruise operating out of the Wilsons Promontory National Park. Travel is world's first amphibious boats and see a coastline that few have experienced from the water on this 2.5 hour wilderness cruise.
Naturaliste Charters are the founders of whale watching in the south west, the family owned business was established in 1993. Step on board the largest, safest boat in Busselton, 60FT Conquest Vessel Dhu Force, a big boat with small passenger numbers, providing you with ultra comfort. Our Ocean Safari guide will provide you with a live commentary on the region and the wildlife that we encounter, ask as many questions as you like!
Experience the rainforest like never before. This is an experience that will be the highlight of your trip to the Wet Tropics.
We go where no other vehicles can.
Cycle historic rainforest tracks while being silently assisted by state-of-the-art Electric full suspension mountain bikes.
Learn about the oldest rainforest on earth from our experienced guides.
Enjoy the surreal beauty that surrounds you while you spot the unique fauna and flora along the way.
Small groups (max 5 people)
See woylies, a rare native Australian marsupial, on an early evening tour with an expert guide. Take an easy walk through a wildlife reserve to observe a colony of woylies as they become active at night. Woylies stand just 14 inches (35 cm) at the tallest; are related to the kangaroo, and are on the endangered list. Your guide shares informative commentary about woylie behavior and the Margaret River region, and keeps an eye out for other wildlife including kangaroos, bandicoots and possums. Includes hotel pickup and drop-off from Busselton or Dunsborough.
Save time—and beat the heat of the South Australian summer—as you soak up Adelaide’s vibrant street art scene with your own private driver/guide. Traveling in an eco-friendly electric-assisted pedicab, get off the track into the Beirut Quarter, admire the CBD’s largest murals, discover bohemian cafés in quiet lanes, stop by the landmark Art Gallery of South Australia, and explore the city’s creative hub, the West End.
Naturaliste Charters has been operating whale watching tours for over 25 years and is highly experienced at finding the whales, we have a comfortable 60 FT Conquest with multiple viewing platforms, BIG boat with small passenger numbers.
Kids are welcome to have a turn at driving the vessel!
Experience the best of Kangaroo Island on a full-day tour with convenient round-trip transport from your accommodation or airport location. In addition to navigating, your guide provides commentary about the island’s landscape, as well as points out wildlife that’s easy to miss without a trained eye. Stops on the itinerary include Stokes Bay, the Cygnet River Valley, and Seal Bay Conservation Park. Morning tea and freshly-prepared lunch are included.
Spend a day in nature and learn about local cultures on this full-day excursion to Batesmans Bay. After convenient hotel pick-up, relax and enjoy a scenic morning ride to Pebbly Beach. Discover incredible flora and fauna at Murramarang National Park, lunch on the coast in Batesmans Bay, and visit Cullendulla Nature Reserve to learn about traditional crafts, stories, hunting techniques, and more.
The Yarra Valley is best known for its wineries and the world-class wine they produce, but tucked away in one Valley estate is this hidden gem. Take a break from the winery crowds and enjoy a guided tour of this lush edible forest. Walk around this giant, sustainably-constructed garden and learn from an expert about some of the approximately 800 plant varieties that are organically grown and nurtured here – many of which can be eaten.
Journey to the easternmost point of Australia on this 3-hour tour from Byron Bay. Explore the handicrafts shops, cafés and markets of lively Bangalow, then continue along the cape to visit the landmark Cape Byron Lighthouse. Enjoy magnificent panoramic views from the lighthouse’s viewing deck and look out for humpback whales along the coast (May-October only).