Australia is known for koalas and kangaroos, but the many different climates and world heritage areas are teeming with unique wildlife. From the Great Barrier Reef and the remote wetlands or rainforests in the tropical Northern Territory, to South Australia’s pristine Kangaroo Island, each region has something very special to offer.
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Kangaroos in South Australia
On Kangaroo Island discover kangaroo species found nowhere else, walk amongst sea lions and see cuddly koalas. The scenery is breathtaking, with soaring cliffs, amazing rock formations and large expanses of eucalypt forests. Learn more >>
Great Barrier Reef in Queensland
The Great Barrier Reef is the only living organism you can see from the moon. Immerse yourself in this natural wonder as you snorkel with the tropical fish and living coral. Learn more >>
Crocodiles in the Northern Territory
Tour Crocosaurus Cove in Darwin, home to the largest display of Australian reptiles and some of the largest saltwater crocodiles in the world. Learn more >>
Whale Sharks in Western Australia
At a length of up to 40ft, the whale shark is the world’s largest fish. Swim alongside these gentle giants as they feed on plankton. Learn more >>
Penguins in Victoria
A visit to Phillip Island, in Victoria, provides a spectacular backdrop to the world famous penguin parade where hundreds of adorable penguins make their way across the beach to return home for the night. Learn more >>