Run by one of the pioneering families of the Flinders Ranges, Angorichina Station is a sheep property of vast proportions. You can help with mustering by day, then return to a hearty meal back at the homestead in the evening.
Explore South Australia’s Eyre Peninsula with a local, who will take you cage-diving with great white sharks, beach-fishing for salmon and cruising out to pristine oyster beds – and who will shuck a few while you’re there.
Vast and remote, Bullo River Station in the Northern Territory’s Victoria River district offers a genuine pioneering experience. Expect to chopper all over the property to view croc-filled rivers, ancient boab trees and cascading waterfalls.
Capella Lodge is a perfect fit for the natural paradise of rainforest, reefs and beaches that is Lord Howe Island. In beach-house style, the boutique hotel offers comfort and elegance at the base of mounts Gower and Lidgbird.
Mighty Nitmiluk Gorge is the setting for indigenous-owned Cicada Lodge, a new up-market resort in the Northern Territory. It boasts Aboriginal art on its walls, indigenous flavours on its menu and a pristine location within Nitmiluk National Park.
Perched on the cliffs above the Chamberlain River deep in the east Kimberley, El Questro offers an classic Kimberley experience, with an abundance of style.
A country hideaway just beyond the Blue Mountains, Wolgan Valley is home to a luxury resort that satisfies the standards of the most discerning guest while retaining its Australian roots.
From wildlife to vineyards, there’s plenty to see on Kangaroo Island. Local operators Exceptional Kangaroo Island offer small-group tours with plenty of wildlife sightings and culinary delights.
Join the Turner family on their own Treasure Island in the Coral Sea for an immersion in nature and the bounty of the sea.
Lapped by turquoise seas, Lizard Island is both a beacon of sophistication and a natural refuge on the edge of the Great Barrier Reef.