Australia Video Guides

A handpicked collection of videos covering every Australian State. Watch our videos to gain a better appreciation of the areas you may one day call home.

Explore the Grampians in Regional Victoria | Grampians Peaks Trail - The Big Bus

Explore the Grampians in Regional Victoria – Grampians Peaks Trail

In this segment, we join Park Trek Walking Holidays and Visit Grampians on a four-day short break hiking through the spectacular Grampians in regional Victoria. The Grampians is an economic rural region located in the western part of Victoria, Australia. The 48,646-square-kilometre (18,782 sq mi) region lies to the northwest of the western suburbs of Greater Melbourne, to the state’s western border with South Australia and …

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Darwin City Video Guide | Expedia

Darwin City Video Guide

Darwin is the capital of the Northern Territory, in the “top end” of Australia. Traditionally the home of the Larrakia People, Darwin was settled by Europeans in 1869. The city’s isolation has meant that its population has always been low, which is just the way its laid-back residents like it. On Thursdays and Sundays, locals …

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Margaret River Wine Region Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

Margaret River Wine Region Vacation Travel Guide

The Margaret River region runs down the Western Australian coastline for over 80 miles, and stretches inland for a further 20. Busselton marks the beginning of one of Australia’s most scenic drives, Caves Road, which gets its name from the incredible limestone caves which honeycomb the region. Caves Road winds inland, through picturesque villages and …

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Townsville Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

Townsville Vacation Travel Guide

The Australian city of Townsville sits on the sun-drenched coastline of Queensland, around 400 miles north of the state capital, Brisbane. First established as a port town in 1866, Townsville quickly blossomed. Take a walk along Flinders Street and admire some of Australia’s finest 19th-century buildings, including gracious pubs, which have been serving up ice-cold …

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Tasmania Travel Guide - Things to Do in Hobart, Port Arthur, Bicheno & Strahan - Tasmania Travel Guide Things to Do in Hobart Port - Getting Down Under Australia Video Guides

Tasmania Travel Guide – Things to Do in Hobart, Port Arthur, Bicheno & Strahan

Looking for ideas for things to see and do in Tasmania? In this episode of the Tour the World travel TV series, we’re on the road a little closer to home, on a fabulous tour around our very own ‘Tas-mazia’. Explore the splendour of Cradle Mountain National Park, the Gordon Wild River and the Wilderness …

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Sydney, Australia Travel Guide TOP 10 Attractions

Sydney, Australia Travel Guide TOP 10 Attractions

Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales and the most populous city in Australia. The most important places to visit in Sydney are: Sydney Opera House , Set on the Sydney harbor, Sydney Harbor Bridge (simply called “the bridge” by locals, courageous ones can even climb up the bridge), Bronte Beach (lesser known …

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South Australia: From Oceans to Outback

South Australia: From Oceans to Outback

From the rugged Outback to the glittering Southern Ocean, South Australia is known for its wildlife, food, wine and beauty. South Australia is vast, spanning nearly half a million square miles. With a population of around one point six million people, that’s just four people per square mile. Kangaroo Island is Australia’s third-largest, and home …

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Australia's Northern Territory: From Oceans to Outback

Australia’s Northern Territory: From Oceans to Outback

We’ll guide you from Darwin, a city that has been destroyed and rebuilt twice in its short lifetime to the mighty Uluru also known as Ayers Rock, the cultural centre of ancient Australia. Despite its enormous size, the Northern Territory is the most sparsely populated of all Australian states and territories. Only a couple of …

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