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Australia - At a Glance

A land as huge, broad and varied as your imagination. This fascinating country is still ripe for exploration, and blessed with some of the most iconic scenery on Earth. Hike in the Blue Mountains, drive through the desert to lay eyes on Uluru or marvel at the breathtaking underwater colors of the Great Barrier Reef. The great cities of Sydney and Melbourne are also must-see destinations; lesser known cities such as Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth are well worth exploring.

Make your trip to Australia transformational by playing a part in securing the future of Tasmanian Devils by funding research into their deadly facial tumours, and in return you get to experience tracking them in the wild.

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Tracking Tasmanian Devils – Australia

Tracking Tasmanian Devils – Australia

Spend two days with an acclaimed wildlife expert & naturalist who will guide you around unique Maria Island. Enjoy a fascinating insight into the lives of the endangered Tasmanian Devil. Sightings are not guaranteed but […]

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Sample Itinerary & Pricing

This 19 day sample itinerary is priced from $85,000 per person, excluding international flights to Australia. We can assist you with these, including by private jet.


Tracking Tasmanian Devils – Australia

Tracking Tasmanian Devils – Australia

Spend two days with an acclaimed wildlife expert & naturalist who will guide you around unique Maria Island. Enjoy a fascinating insight into the lives of the endangered Tasmanian Devil. Sightings are not guaranteed but […]

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 Explore the rainforest – Australia

Explore the rainforest – Australia

Rainforests don’t get much more special than the Daintree. This spectacular region is a must on any trip to Queensland’s north so don’t rush…allow yourself time to explore at nature’s pace! Gain fascinating insights into […]

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 Explore Hobart and Bruny Island – Australia

Explore Hobart and Bruny Island – Australia

Enjoy excellent dining, world-class art and a bounty of natural attractions in Australia’s littlest capital city, which punches well above its weight. Get your bearings Stroll along Hobart’s pretty working waterfront toward Salamanca Place, where […]

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 Discover Tasmania – Australia

Discover Tasmania – Australia

Tasmania’s Freycinet National Park offers a world of deserted islands, wild bushlands, secluded beaches and other Tasmanian attractions to explore. Wineglass Bay By Water Discover the internationally acclaimed Wineglass Bay on a picturesque boat journey […]

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 Explore the Blue Mountains – Australia

Explore the Blue Mountains – Australia

A 50 minute spectacular helicopter flight from Sydney, there is so much to enjoy in this prized region. The 7,000 acre nature reserve ca be explored on foot, by bike, or on horse back. Savor […]

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 Private island in the Great Barrier Reef – Australia

Private island in the Great Barrier Reef – Australia

Enjoy a scenic private charter flight north from Cairns to northernmost parts of the Barrier Reef, to stay on a private island retreat as your base for the ultimate reef marine safari (think Robinson Crusoe), […]

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 Private visit to a kangaroo orphanage – Northern Territory

Private visit to a kangaroo orphanage – Northern Territory

Drop in for a private visit to the kangaroo orphanage in the company of TV personality and naturalist, Kangaroo Dundee. Chris “Brolga” Barns first established the Baby Kangaroo Rescue Centre in Alice Springs in 2005. […]

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 Outback air safari – Northern Territory

Outback air safari – Northern Territory

Fly from the Flinders Ranges over the clay pans of Lake Eyre (usually dry!) before dropping in to the opal fields at Andamooka and diving into the life of a local miner before heading on […]

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 Sleep out in a four poster bed – Flinder’s Ranges – Australia

Sleep out in a four poster bed – Flinder’s Ranges – Australia

Sleep out in a four poster bed in the middle of the outback with the wildlife and sounds of the bush around you.

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 Aboriginal encounter – Sydney

Aboriginal encounter – Sydney

An introduction to Australia through Aboriginal eyes. We travel out with one of the Elders from Sydney to the bush location in the Yengo National Park to meet with other members of their group. Your […]

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 Skydive into the Australian outback

Skydive into the Australian outback

Skydive into the Australian outback with aerial perspectives of the patterns of the salt plans and geological strata of the Flinders Ranges before being met on the ground with a champagne welcome on a private […]

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Silky Oats Lodge – Daintree Rainforest

Spectacularly situated on the Mossman Gorge River, the Eco luxury lodge is an ideal location from which to appreciate the natural tropical environment. All accommodation is contemporary and elegantly styled with tropical influences, creating a […]

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Haggerstone Island – Great Barrier Reef

Haggerstone Island is an all-inclusive boutique resort situated on the Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia. Individually designed lodges blend seamlessly along the island foreshore; each private villa with its own pristine beachfront and sea view. […]

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Longitude 131 – Uluru – Australia

Longitude 131° offers immersion in the Australian outback, a true sense of stillness and beauty in this desert landscape, rich in cultural heritage and timeless history. Luxury tented pavilions float over rust-red dunes where classic […]

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MACq01 – Hobart

MACq 01 Hotel is a storytelling hotel set on Hobart’s historic waterfront. Each of the 114 rooms is inspired by a Tasmanian character whose story is not just told but radiates through individual room design. […]

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Saffire Freycinet – Tasmania

With its distinctive design and 20 rooms, Saffire is a luxury coastal sanctuary on Tasmania’s East Coast. Surrounded by Tasmanian wilderness, Saffire does feel exclusive, complemented by excellent service and impressive care. Each room has […]

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Arkaba Homestead – Flinders Ranges – Australia

A one-time sheep farming homestead set in 59,305 acres. The 1851-built farmhouse, with its pressed metal ceilings, cool flagstone floors beneath shady verandahs, small library, open fires for frosty winters and sisal-covered bedroom floors, sleeps […]

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Park Hyatt Sydney

This newly-refurbished classic luxury hotel overlooks the famous corner of the city The Rocks. Private balconies and rooms with stunning harbour views make this one of Sydney’s most desirable locations. The Opera House looms into […]

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Bernacchi House – Tasmania

Bernacchi House is at the northern tip of Maria island in the World Heritage-listed settlement of Darlington. It was built in 1843 for Reverend Thomas Dove and his wife and was acquired by an enterprising […]

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One & Only Wolgan Valley – Blue Mountains

Located in one of the country’s most enviable locations, the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, Wolgan Valley is an eco-friendly reserve. The 40 free-standing suites are outstanding, and the rustic surroundings add to the […]

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Sample Itinerary & Pricing

This 19 day sample itinerary is priced from $85,000 per person, excluding international flights to Australia. We can assist you with these, including by private jet.


Today you arrive in beautiful Sydney. Your hotel, the Park Hyatt, is perfectly located with views of the Sydney Opera House where you’ll spend the evening watching a performance at this world famous architectural masterpiece. Dine at your choice of two of Sydney’s best restaurants – Aria or Bennelong.


This morning, wake early for a dawn Bridge Climb up the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge. The views from the top are incredible. Watch as the city comes to life and the locals go about their daily business, commuting to work on the ferries far down below.

After freshening up back at your hotel, you explore Sydney harbor by private boat, with a delicious progressive lunch at two iconic harborside restaurants.

Enjoy a delicious seafood entrée at Doyle’s in Watsons Bay, sumptuous mains at Balmoral Public Dining Room and decadent dessert platters back on board along.

Spend a leisurely afternoon on a private guided walk curated to your preferences.


Today you’ll venture by private seaplane to the outer edges of Sydney where beautiful bushland meets stunning waterways. After a day of bushwalking, wildlife encounters and a gourmet lunch you’ll return by seaplane with stunning birdseye views over Sydney.

This private, full day tour combines nature, scenery, views and culture at its best. Explore the northern waterways of Pittwater and the Hawkesbury River, while taking walks through the stunning bushland. Learn about Aboriginal culture while seeing engravings on the rock faces. Dine at secluded Cottage Point Inn before returning to Sydney by seaplane.


This morning you’ll fly to Hobart, Tasmania. Discover the sites before heading to MONA (Museum of Old and New Art ),  Australia’s largest private museum and one of the most controversial private collections of modern art and antiquities.

Spend the morning exploring Tasmania’s capital city, Hobart with its vibrant waterfront, Salamanca Place and historic Battery Point. Enjoy a scenic drive to the alpine wilderness of Mt Wellington, the 1270m peak, which provides the dramatic backdrop to the city and offers stunning views (weather dependent).

Continue to MONA, the Museum of Old & New Art, one of the world’s most unique and controversial museums. After lunch at MONA’s flagship restaurant, The Source, you will have time to view the largest private art collection in Australia, with its fascinating blend of ancient and modern art before you return to Hobart.


Spend two days with acclaimed wildlife expert & naturalist Nick Mooney who will guide you around unique Maria Island. Enjoy a fascinating insight into the lives of the various rare and unusual birds and animals that inhabit this remarkable “Noah’s Ark” island sanctuary including the endangered Tasmanian Devil.

Thanks to your donation to Tasmanian Devil Facial Tumor research, you also get to track the Devils in the wild, and the Devils on Maria Island are tumor-free.

Back at your lodge, sample fine dining with Tasmania’s famous produce and award winning wines and boutique beers.


Wake up on beautiful Maria Island for more exploring before a scenic flight takes you to the gorgeous Saffire lodge in Freycinet, one of Australia’s best hotels.

Freycinet National Park is a must see during your stay at Saffire Freycinet. Join one of their informative guides on a walk to the lookout over Wineglass Bay.


Today will be a fun gastronomic experience sampling freshy shucked oysters in a unique way in the middle of the water.

Don a pair of waders and visit a working oyster farm located in a beautiful setting within an internationally significant wetland and ornithological site. Develop an understanding for wetland and marine ecology, plus a taste for prized Pacific oysters.

In the afternoon relax with a spa treatment or take a walk through Tasmania’s renowned bushland.

Saffire Freycinet’s highly skilled therapists and masseurs have the skill to help you achieve your highest health and wellness potential. Following your Spa Saffire consultation, your therapist will prepare a program of day spa treatments and therapies to reflect your personal needs and preferences. Men’s treatments are also one of their specialties.


Departing on a private charter flight you’ll visit King Island in the middle of Bass Straight. Renowned for incredible dairy products, this is an island that few Australians have ever had the privilege to visit.
You’ll enjoy a private 4WD experience of it’s southern highlights. From beaches, paddocks, spectacular scenery and unique wildlife to a 5 course local produce lunch at Wild Harvest and tasting at renowned King Island Dairy you’ll be spoiled for choice.
After a five course lunch, you’ll be flown over the Great Ocean Road and Twelve Apostles before heading to Arkaba in the great Southern Outback, South Australia.


Arkaba is one of Australia’s most inpiring conservation stories. During your time here you will go on safari drives, bush walks and visit the ‘The Hide’ with a passionate team of guides who will leave you inspired.

Accompanied by field guides with expert knowledge of the native fauna and flora and the incredible geological history of the area, you are taken on guided wildlife safaris tailored around your specific interests.

An open-top 4WD vehicle is used to deliver the ultimate bush experience. You can expect around seven hours of guided safaris each day, and these are usually topped off with sundowners on top of the ranges with the scale and grandeur of outback Australia laid out for miles around.


After a final guided morning safari at Arkaba you’ll head north in a private air charter to Uluru where you’ll stop off en route for an off the beaten track experience with an indigenous guide.

Spend a special & unique day on your private Air Adventure with an Arabunna Elder, Reg Dodd. You’ll make your way along the Oodnadatta Track and see the country through his eyes. He has worked for the railways, stations and even unearthed a 150 million year old Ichkyasaurous skeleton, all of which makes for some interesting historical, cultural and geological information.

Find yourselves on tracks that no one else has access to onto the shores of Lake Eyre South where you can crunch along the salt crust. Reg has lived and worked in the area his entire life.


You’ll wake  to views of Uluru from your luxurious suite.  Choose from a range of experiences such as a trip to Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) or a sunset experience of Uluru. In the evening dine at Table 131 – a special experience of the outback.

Explore the impressive formation of Kata Tjuta, the walls of Walpa Gorge rising obliquely on each side and discover how eons of weathering and continental upheaval have created today’s landscape. Pause for a long distance perspective and photo opportunity before a visit to the Cultural Centre where informative and interactive displays provide insight into the spiritual and cultural meanings of Uluru and Kata Tjuta.

Capture the changing lights reflected over Uluru’s many faces as the sun slips down below the horizon, chilled glass and canapé in hand. The essential outback experience!


Discover peaceful Mutitjulu Waterhole and the sacred site of Kuniya Piti as the sun lights up the ancient monolith. Along this walk our guide shares the Anangu creation story of Kuniya and Liru, adding greater depth to Uluru’s striking features.

You may wish to extend the morning’s tour and join a guided Uluru Base Walk.

Return to Longitude 131° for breakfast in the Dune House.

We then fly by private charter to Katherine Gorge and board a helicopter for a 45 minute flight taking in spectacular waterfalls and a comprehensive view of the Gorge, before flying by private plane back to Uluru.



After a morning at leisure your private charter flight will take you to Haggerstone Island in the north of the Great Barrier Reef. You’ll have the island exclusively to yourself – it’s Robinson Crusoe meets luxury.



Today the island is yours to do as you please. All sorts of adventure awaits.

The 40-foot jet boat departs daily and is at the full disposal of our guests to experience the activities and sights in our local area. She has a twin 700hp jet propulsion system and capable of 40knots in shallow water.  This enables us to access shallow reef as well as uncharted river systems. All activities are family friendly with no previous experience required. Full use of the jet-boat is included.

Enjoy Snorkelling and Diving

The Reef in our area is utterly untouched and demonstrates what coral and fish life used to be before human interference. Float over florescent gardens, or plunge into the cavernous formations created by centuries of uninterrupted growth. Expect to see Green Turtles, Manta Rays and prolific fish life during your stay.

Every day out on the boat we visit a different destination and often will not repeat the same location within a month or even a year. Some of our favourite snorkelling locations are:

  • The Garden – A shallow and brilliantly colored corner of reef known for its variation in coral types. Expect to see vivid colored staghorn, plate, boulder and fan corals.
  • Ashmore Banks – A beautiful sand cay with an incredibly clear fringing reef and deep drop-off. Expect to see large Maori Wrasse, huge brain coral formations, brilliantly clear water and the possibilities of Manta Rays, Crayfish and even Dolphins.
  • The Outer Barrier Wishbone Reef – On calm days we often venture out to the incredible outer reef formation located due east of the island. Wishbone reef is a large marine park where the reef curves away from the coast in the shape of a wishbone, creating many points and channels where marine life gathers to escape the current. Expect to see every imaginable form of marine life in its most impressive condition.

Close by we have discovered an 1840s shipwreck in a shallow reef garden. Its giant anchors, winching blocks and bronze keel bolts are all visible from surface snorkelling and make a memorable dive experience.

Snorkelling is possible both off the day boat and straight off the Haggerstone shore.


Today you may wish to charter a helicopter to visit secret waterfalls in tropical rainforests.

For those who want the ultimate adventure experience, we recommend the use of our chartered helicopter service to visit private waterfalls, sand-cays, fish untouched river systems or enjoy a sunset champagne atop mountainous sand dunes.

Quotes for helicopter use are wholesale and come directly from the charter company.


Departing from your tropical island paradise you’ll be take by private charter to Silky Oaks in the Daintree National Park for your final night. Swim, snorkel or canoe in the lagoon, meander up the walking trails or simply relax in a hammock after an incredible trip.

The canoes and kayaks are located in front of the main Lodge near the main billabong. The Billabong, just past River Treehouse 14 is excellent for snorkeling and is home to freshwater turtles, eels, Jungle Perch as well as shy resident platypus. The river in front of the main Lodge is also suited for snorkeling and guests should wear fins for swimming against the current.

The Treehouse Restaurant offers one of Northern Queensland’s premier dining experiences. The open sided restaurant offers sensational Daintree Rain forest and Mossman River views. The menu showcases the freshest local produce and fine Australian wines.


All good things must come to an end. Today you are transfered to Cairns airport and fly out.

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