Holidays and hotels in Australia
Australia is a land of vast diversity. The world's largest island covers an area of almost three million square miles. It incorporates vibrant modern cities, lush tropical rainforests, stunning beaches, arid deserts, coral-fringed islands. A single destination which encompasses every imaginable type of holiday from the adventurous exploration of the Outback to relaxation along a pristine beach, from the Red Centre?s huge monoliths and rugged gorges to the sophistication of cosmopolitan cities. A relaxed and easy-going lifestyle. Great value for money. It has to be Australia.
With Australasia's largest motorhome rental company behind you, you'll be free to relax and unwind in Australia's most scenic landscapes. Go at your own pace, see the sights you want to see. The Maui fleet is always less than four years old.
New South Wales
If the best experiences make the best holiday, then New South Wales should top your holiday wish list. Its beauty and diversity really does offer something for everyone. Enjoy the big city buzz of Sydney, its great restaurants and shopping, the beauty of its world famous harbour. Then step away to soak up the local flavours of the regions of New South Wales.
Australia’s Northern Territory, one of the last remaining genuine outback regions and with so many natural wonders, ancient history, rich culture and unique wildlife to explore, Northern Territory experiences can be as diverse as the region itself. Full of ancient Dreamtime legends, an assortment of quirky pubs, fascinating characters, lonely deserts, lush rainforests and endless yarns. It invokes a spirit of exploration and freedom with its wide open spaces and cobalt blue skies and is full of surprises.
Australia's holiday paradise is renowned for its sunshine, tropical rainforests and the World Heritage Great Barrier Reef. From Brisbane's Gold Coast in the south to Far North Queensland's virgin rainforests north of Cairns you will enjoy the beaches, wonderful islands and national parks.
Visitors are offered a diverse range of experiences with abundant wild life, fascinating Aboriginal culture, rugged scenery of the Flinders Ranges and Murray River. South Australia however is best known for its internationally acclaimed wineries which produce half of all Australian wine. Adelaide, the state capital has a relaxed lifestyle, the city centre is surrounded by parkland and there are elegant colonial buildings, museums and galleries.
Over a third of Tasmania is National Park making it ideal driving country. From the beautiful Cradle Mountain, clad with mountain peaks, icy streams, glacial lakes and alpine heathlands. to the craggy coastline and pristine white beaches of Freycinet National Park, 'Tassie' is a state of wild landscapes, a pleasant, temperate climate and a rich history.
Victoria offers an incredible wealth of attractions and diverse landscapes. Venture out on the dramatic Great Ocean Road, where you will discover some of the world's most spectacular coastal scenery. Self-drive tours also let you explore the lush wine regions of the Yarra Valley and gold-rush towns such as Ballarat and Sovereign Hill dating back to the 1850's.
Occupying more than a third of the continent, Western Australia offers stately forests, beautiful coastal scenery and spectacular natural phenomena including the 350 million year old Bungle Bungle range. The state capital, Perth is located on the Swan River. Close by are vineyards and Rottnest Island known for its quokkas (small marsupials). Further afield enjoy the dolphins at Monkey Mia.