Natural Focus Safaris

Destinations

Sydney

Australia’s largest city and capital in all but name, iconic Sydney has show-stopping good looks.
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Blue Mountains and Hunter Valley

The Blue Mountains and Hunter Valley regions are both are amazing destinations and easily accessible from Sydney. [Read More]

Central and South Coast New South Wales

New South Wales’ stunning Central and South coasts have a wealth of natural treasures.
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Lord Howe Island

At any given time, Lord Howe has only 400 visitors so you’ll have the island almost all to yourself.
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Uluru and Red Centre

Discover Uluru, the iconic monolith that dominates Australia’s heart, as well as the rich wildlife and many geological sites of the Red Centre.
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Northern Territory Top End

Go on an adventure in the Top End, including Darwin, wild Kakadu National Park and ancient Arnhem Land. [Read More]

Brisbane and the Scenic Rim

Discover Queensland’s subtropical capital Brisbane and the scenic rim offering a close-by, rural, mountain escape. [Read More]

Sunshine Coast

Queensland’s Sunshine Coast is fringed by white sand beaches, plantations and forested volcanic peaks. [Read More]

Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef surpasses most visitors’ expectations with its size and natural splendour.
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Northern Queensland

Tropical North Queensland

Diverse Tropical North Queensland is home to the primeval Daintree Rainforest and the great Australian outback.
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Perth and Margaret River

Explore Perth, Australia’s most liveable capital city and Margaret River, famous for its beaches and boutique wineries. [Read More]

The Kimberley

The Kimberley is a vast, arid region in Australia’s sparsely populated north with ochre landscapes, gorges, waterfalls and luminous ocean. [Read More]

Ningaloo Reef

Swim with whale sharks, manta rays and explore the stunning coastline of beautiful Ningaloo Reef, one of Earth’s last great ocean paradises. [Read More]

Adelaide and the Barossa Valley

Visit the beautiful city of Adelaide encircled by leafy parklands and the famous vineyards of the Barossa Valley. [Read More]

Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island offers pristine beaches and national parks teeming with the most iconic species of the Australian bush. [Read More]

Flinders Ranges

Flinders Ranges

Ancient Flinders Ranges brim with fossils, indigenous artefacts and native wildlife amongst incredible scenic beauty. [Read More]

Melbourne and Daylesford

Melbourne is all about culture, sport, shopping and armloads charm whilst Daylesford is home to the country’s largest concentration of mineral springs. [Read More]

Victoria Wine Country

Victorian Wine Country

Victoria is littered with beautiful and rich wine regions including the verdant Yarra Valley and peaceful Mornington Peninsula. [Read More]

The Grampians

The Grampians are home to some of Victoria’s best preserved natural areas and make for an unforgettable road trip. [Read More]

Hobart and Freycinet

Hobart and Freycinet combine exquisitely preserved buildings and the intriguing MONA with the jewel of Tasmania’s east coast – the Freycinet Peninsula.
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New Zealand

New Zealand

New Zealand is a country of superlatives, with some of the world’s most impressive natural wonders can all be seen within a half-day’s drive. [Read More]