Travel to Australia with Natural Focus

Discover the stunning colours of the Great Barrier Reef, watch the sun set over Uluru, heli-hike a glistening South Island glacier or simply sit back and enjoy a sumptuous meal with a view of Sydney Harbour. All of this is possible while staying at unique lodges, luxury hotels or even on board an exclusive cruise ship – all specially handpicked by our well-travelled team of consultants conveniently based in Melbourne.

Travelling in Australia can be daunting, but this is where our team of professional advisers can help. Natural Focus and our parent company African Wildlife Safaris have specialised in crafting bespoke holidays to exceptional wilderness and wildlife destinations for over 37 years.

New South Wales

Explore New South Wales, a facinating state full of amazing scenery and culture.Visit remote Lord Howe Island or hike in the Blue Mountains

Northern Territory

Explore the Northern Territory Top end taking in Katherine Gorge and the magnificent Kakadu National Park and learn about Aboriginal culture


Explore Tropical Queensland exploring it's magnificent beaches and rural mountains.The capital Brisbane is vibrant and trendy

South Australia

Explore the state of South Australia with its beautiful vineyards, pristine scenery, Kangaroo Island and the marvelous Flinders Ranges


Discover the unique and wild lanscapes of Tasmania. Explore beautiful Hobart and the discover Wineglass bay along the Freycinet Peninsula


Discover Victoria from amazing beaches to vast mountain ranges. Visit the world's most liveable city of Melbourne and the nearby vineyards

Western Australia

Australia's Largest state, Western Australia has some of the best attractions such as Margaret River, The Kimberley Ranges and Ningaloo Reef

Recommended Australia Tours

Our philosophy has always been that tailor-made tours are the best way to get the most out of your holiday.

A personalised itinerary takes into account your individual travel style, budget and special interests. To get you started on deciding what you may want to do and see in Australia or New Zealand, we have compiled a range of suggested itineraries and inspirations in case you are travelling as a family, on a honeymoon or enjoy more physical activity. Below are some of our most popular sample tour itineraries.

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Recommended Accommodation in Australia

The Langham Sydney

Everything about The Langham Sydney is distinct yet discreet, from its secluded position in The Rocks to its customised classic London cabs painted pink.

Four Seasons Hotel Sydney

Four Seasons hotels the world over are synonymous with location, luxury, style and discreet service and the Four Seasons Hotel Sydney is no exception.

Arajilla Retreat

Arajilla Retreat is a beautiful boutique hotel nestled under a canopy of palms and trees at the northern end of Lord Howe Island

Paperbark Camp

Conceived on a safari holiday in Africa, Paperbark Camp is a family-run luxury bush camp close to Jervis Bay, often said to have the whitest sands in the world.

Capella Lodge

Overlooking the azure Pacific Ocean and tiny Lovers Beach is Capella Lodge, a stylish luxury retreat on stunning Lord Howe Island.

Thala Beach

A little piece of paradise, Thala Beach is a private nature reserve and eco resort on the doorstep to the Great Barrier Reef.

Mt Mulligan Lodge

With accommodation for just 20 guests at any one time, Mt Mulligan Lodge affords an exclusive and personalised encounter with back-country Far North Queensland.

Orpheus Island Lodge

This heavenly island resort offers all-inclusive luxury accommodation in the heart of the untouched Great Barrier Reef.

Daintree Ecolodge

Hidden in the heart of the World Heritage-listed Daintree Rainforest, this boutique eco lodge is the perfect place to rediscover the healing power of nature.

Silky Oaks Lodge

Situated at the edge of the World Heritage-listed Daintree National Park, Silky Oaks Lodge is Queensland’s most unique rainforest sanctuary.

Beach Club

An adults-only oasis, this tranquil, boutique resort sits right on Catseye Beach, overlooking the Coral Sea.

El Questro Homestead

A glamorous oasis in the remote and rugged Kimberley region, El Questro Homestead is a diamond in the rough.

Faraway Bay Lodge

This unique eco lodge is a magical destination about as far away from anywhere as you could wish to be. Perched above a perfect bay on the Kimberley Coast, the lodge and its 8 elevated cabins

Cable Beach Club

Situated a stone’s throw from beautiful Cable Beach, this award-winning resort offers a relaxing setting amid gently swaying palm trees and endless Indian Ocean sunsets.

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CONTACT US for more information about any of our Australia & New Zealand holidays

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Australia FAQs

The northern section of Australia has a more tropical influenced climate, hot and humid in the summer, and quite warm and dry in the winter, while the southern parts are cooler with mild summers and cool, sometimes rainy winters. December and January are the hottest months in Australia, July and August the coldest.

Unless you are an Australian or New Zealand citizen, you will need a valid Australian visa to enter the country.

Mainland Australia is the world’s largest island but the smallest continent. The country is divided into six states and two territories



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