Australia is an exciting country full of spirit, color and contrast. A vast land of haunting beauty, natural wonders, and unique wildlife. Australia is tailor-made for adventure travel. Dozens of national parks offer bush walking, rock climbing, and abseiling to satisfy even the most energetic outdoors junkie. The tropical north is abundant with bird and wildlife in rain forest havens, the unique Kakadu National Park, its very own Great Barrier Reef, and its ‘red’ center’ – steeped in history of the Aboriginal dream time with legends that tell stories of a long time passed – where Ayers Rock will haunt and mystify you as you watch the spectrum of colors unfold before your eyes at daybreak.

It’s all here! Australia offers the best of all seasons, and being ‘down under’, the seasons are reverse of those in the Northern Hemisphere. Depending on the time of year and the location, temperatures can vary greatly. November to March is warm everywhere – humid with tropical rain in the north and mild nights in the south. April to September is beautiful in the northern and central areas – clear warm days, cool and refreshing nights.

ENTRY / EXIT REQUIREMENTS FOR U.S. CITIZENS: Travelers must have a valid U.S. passport and visa to enter Australia.