Epic Australia From Uluru to the Great Barrier Reef, and cool wineries to hot beaches.
Classic wine, bold design
Lose yourself in the glass angles of the d’Arenberg Cube, with its infinitely shifting views of the McLaren Vale. Fourth-generation owner Chester Osborn will lead you through his visionary winery, from the art collection to a winetasting and a degustation dinner. Transfer to and from Adelaide by helicopter.
Conquer the Blue Mountains with James Castrission, renowned Aussie adventurer and polar explorer. He’ll keep you focused and motivated as you face off with the sheer sandstone cliffs of the 3,861-square-mile park via rock climbing, rappelling, and canyoning. After dinner, swap stories around the campfire.
Behold the rising sun against Uluru and take a guided walk through the monumental rocks of nearby Kata Tjuta; the highest boulder is taller than Uluru itself. Catch the Field of Light art installation, with 50,000 solar-powered, multicolored lights fanning out from the massive monolith.
Kayak the secret waterways of Sydney’s north shore, making your way to golden Manly Beach for a picnic and swim.
Fly to Lizard Island, where 24 white-sand beaches flank an unspoiled, forested interior. Catch a speedboat to
famous scuba diving sites on the Great Barrier Reef.
Secrets of Kimberley
Hop a private flight along the north Kimberley shore, arriving at the remote Mitchell Plateau. Transfer to a helicopter for a scenic flight over the wooded gorges; upon landing, hike to the four- tiered Mitchell Falls. This remote corner of Australia reveals secret bathing pools, fern-draped rocks, and Aboriginal art.
Fly to Lizard Island, where 24 white-sand beaches flank an unspoiled forested interior.