Australian Destinations

Fringed by forested coastline and occupied by vast tracts of bush and desert, Australia is a continent of beautiful extremes and ancient history. This country is an Indigenous land of which the first people lived on more than 20,000 years ago. This is evident when you see rock art in Kakadu National Park, or are admiring Rottnest Island or Sydney Harbour – these are lands the Indigenous lived and traded on for centuries. Planning you next adventure starts with selecting your favourite Australian Destinations.

With world heritage listed national parks and rainforests on land, and the Great Barrier Reef under the sea it is little wonder that Australia a popular holiday destination for domestic and international visitors every year.

Visitors can soak up the sun on world famous beaches at Byron Bay, and be dining out in capital city a mere hours drive away. The Gold Coast is home to over 50kms of white sand beaches, providing surfing and patrolled surf beaches for the family to enjoy. Home to 5 theme parks, including Movie World, Sea World and Wet and Wild, you can enjoy relaxation and adventure within a short distance to your hotel.

Sydney offers a chic city experience surrounded by beautiful beaches, Botany Bay and within two hours’ drive the Hunter Valley Wine Region to the North, and ski fields to the South West. Be in awe of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and The Opera House, take the ferry across to the northern beaches and live like a local for a day or visit Taronga Zoo, where the wildlife have the best views in the city!

Melbourne is home to the Australian Open, Formula One Grand Prix and a vibrant and bustling food culture, a melting pot of cuisines and culture as a result of migration, providing locals and visitors with a myriad of dining options across the city and state. A short drive will take you to Phillip Island, home to the Moto GP and a colony of wild penguins. Bells Beach, Torquay and the Great Ocean Road in all their majestic beauty round out the bottom of the country, providing jaw dropping views and long-standing holiday memories.
South Australia is famous for its’ wine making and winery regions, heritage buildings and history or witness the southern right whale migration along the Great Australian Bight. There are so many places to visit and things to see in Australia, all you need is an itinerary and time to explore and enjoy!

The territory provides visitors with a rich history of our indigenous people, access to Uluru and Kakadu national park where ancestors walked hundreds of years before us. Fresh produce is infused with indigenous ingredients providing a flavour sensation delighting locals and visitors alike.

Given the rich history, stunning natural wonder and sheer volume of activities and attractions, Australia is a bucket list destination for couples and families to add to their holiday wish list. Holiday and tour packages are available for you to be able to explore this vast country, and fit as many wonders and attractions into your stay.
The diverse landscapes and wildlife found in wetlands of the far north to the ice capped mountains of the south, visitors will be enthralled by the beauty and also the ease of accessing these wonders upon arrival.

Australia really is a country of diversity, rich history and natural beauty. Whether you are looking for a city escape, a beachside vista or an outback adventure, there is a holiday adventure for you here. With so many Wyndham properties across Australia, including Ramada, TRYP and Wyndham brands why not get started and book your next Australian holiday with Wyndham today.

Dinner Plain

In the rugged highlands surrounding Mount Hotham sits Dinner Plain, a thriving snow village with a reputation for hospitality stretching back to the nineteenth century....

Phillip Island

An easy daytrip from Melbourne’s thriving urbanism, Phillip Island is a haven for sea-going wildlife.  This small island has a population of just under 10,000...

Perth

Culturally enriched and beautifully spacious, Perth is a city built to cleanse the metaphorical palate and provide vacationers with a refreshing seaside experience.  Sprawling on...

Hobart

If you’ve envisioned Australia as a land of dry bushland and dripping rainforests, visiting Hobart will quickly dissuade you. Hugging the mouth of the River...

Margaret River

The Margaret River wine region is aptly named. Dotted with high-calibre wineries and a range of gourmet eateries, it’s a peaceful, scenic area perfect for...

Torquay

The Great Ocean Road, that magnificent route spanning hundreds of kilometres of coastline, begins at Torquay, and it’s a starting point that makes sense. Torquay...

Ballarat

On the banks of the Yarrowee River in Victoria’s Central Highlands is Ballarat, Australia’s third-largest inland city and the birthplace of modern Aussie democracy. It...

Port Stephens

A sweeping marine estuary in New South Wale’s Hunter Region, Port Stephens is perfect if you and your family are looking for a relaxing getaway....

Port Macquarie

Originally founded as a penal colony in 1821, Port Macquarie is now a haven for travellers looking for sun, surf and some of the most...

Coffs Harbour

Hugging the shoreline of New South Wales’ Mid North Coast, Coffs Harbour pairs coastal luxury with a rich agricultural background.  Famed for its historical banana...

Brisbane

Capital of the Sunshine State, inner-city Brisbane is fast becoming a rival to urban hubs like Sydney and Melbourne, with shopping districts, cultural precincts and...

Port Douglas

The north is a place of extremes – dense swathes of tropical rainforest, temperate coastlines ringed with reefs, and vast tracts of red-earthed outback. The...

Sunshine Coast

Friendly. Local. Scenic. Three words to capture the quintessence of the coast. Stretching from Caloundra to Noosa, it’s a region characterised by stunning beaches, subtropical...

Melbourne

Stylish, elegant and refined, Melbourne is Australia’s undisputed cultural capital. This vibrant metropolis is populated by dozens of national attractions, while the inner city’s labyrinthine...

Sydney

As Australia’s largest city, Sydney provides an incredible diversity of holidaying experiences. From the steel-edged skyline of the CBD and the inner city’s iconic landmarks,...

Gold Coast

Stretching from Ormeau to Coolangatta, the Gold Coast is Queensland’s glittering crown – young, vibrant and exciting.  Boasting some of the state’s best beaches, idyllic...