Welcome to Inspiring Journeys.

We invite you to embark on an exclusive exploration, on a small group journey, exploring Australia & New Zealand. Discover ancient cultures and rugged destinations in style.

Featured Journeys

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Australia
5 days

Outback Australia: The Colour of Red

Journey to the Red Centre of Australia – the sacred landscapes of the Outback, and delve into an ancient culture that dates back thousands of years.

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New Zealand
22 days

The Long White Cloud

Embark on an enchanting exploration through New Zealand's North and South. Discover legends of ancient warriors, indulge in gourmet produce and explore untamed lands.

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Australia
5 days

Kakadu’s Ancient Secrets

Be awed by Australia’s magnificent Top End, where you'll discover untamed waterfalls, vast wetlands, ancient culture and Dreamtime artwork.

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The Inspiring Journeys Experience

Luxury Redefined

Our boutique journeys are curated to offer tiny, noticeable touches that give you a true feeling of luxury.

Bespoke Journeys

We offer that fine balance of freedom and flexibility so you can capture the essence of the destination just as you desire.

Smaller Groups

A maximum of 20 guests per journey, ensures a level of intimacy with destination available to a privileged few.

Immersive Encounters

Your understanding of each destination is enriched by authentic experiences that bring to life the story of your surrounds.

Take Only Precious Memories

We proudly partner with the TreadRight Foundation, ensuring responsible tourism remain at the heart of our journeys.

Our Passion, Your Experience

Our Journey Directors are passionate about sharing their in-depth knowledge, offering an unforgettable experience.

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Uluru/Ayers Rock

Uluru (Ayers Rock) is one of Australia’s most iconic natural landmarks. Towering 348 metres tall, this bed of arkose sandstone, deposited on the floor of an inland sea some 600 million years ago.
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Alice Springs
Alice Springs

Explore the outback town of Alice Springs. Visit the Royal Flying Doctor Service and School of the Air, wander through the town centre and admire the views of MacDonnell Ranges from the top of Anzac Hill.

Cairns
Cairns

Lush tropical Cairns is the 'capital' of the tropical north. Situated on a coastal strip between the Coral Sea and the Great Dividing Range, you'll find plenty to explore with several natural wonders at its doorstep.

Great Barrier Reef
Great Barrier Reef

Undoubtedly the most famous natural wonder is the World Heritage Listed Great Barrier Reef, one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Snorkel past iridescent coral formations and discover an undersea treasure-trove.

Hunter Valley
Hunter Valley

The world-famous Hunter Valley, known for its historic towns and award- winning wines, is in the heart of Australian wine country. This beautiful region has more than 150 wineries including the likes of Lindeman’s, Drayton’s and McGuigan Wines.

Sydney
Sydney

Australia’s oldest and most famous city, Sydney, is home to some of the most stunning harbours in the world. Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture that Sydney boasts by experiencing a wide variety of food and entertainment across the city.

Rotorua
Rotorua

Less than 3 hours south west of Auckland is Rotorua,  the centre of Maori culture in New Zealand. Here you’ll be warmly welcomed by the Arawa people, passionate locals who love to share their culture and traditions with the region’s many visitors.

Blue Mountains
Blue Mountains

This World Heritage Listed National Park is recognised for its stunning landscape of dense eucalypt forest, grand escarpments, waterfalls and cave systems. Soak up eucalyptus scents and discover such icons as the Three Sisters.

Melbourne
Melbourne

Uncover a world of old and new, of art and culture and of food and wine. Melbourne offers all this and more in one cosmopolitan city. Meander through the city’s hidden alleys and laneways and you’ll find charming cafés and bars, unique galleries and intimate boutiques.

Freycinet National Park
Freycinet National Park

The pristine wilderness of Tasmania is what draws in visitors and Freycinet National Park is just that. It features clean white sands, rocky headlands and breathtaking walking tracks through the park, including most popular Wineglass Bay lookout.

Hobart
Hobart

An enchanting little city built around a beautiful yacht-studded harbour in the shadow of majestic Mt. Wellington. A strong sea- faring flavour and sense of the past gives Hobart an almost European air.

Great Ocean Road
Great Ocean Road

The journey along Victoria’s Great Ocean Road is one of the world’s most scenic coastal drives and is an experience that sits high on many travellers’ bucket lists. Wind through lush forests and stop to admire highlights including the Loch Ard Gorge and the Twelve Apostles.

Uluru/Ayers Rock
Uluru/Ayers Rock

Uluru (Ayers Rock) is one of Australia’s most iconic natural landmarks. Towering 348 metres tall, this bed of arkose sandstone, deposited on the floor of an inland sea some 600 million years ago.

Margaret River
Margaret River

In the south of Western Australia situated in the stunning Margaret River you’ll find a world-class wine region. The region is celebrated as one of the world’s most favourable areas for producing chardonnay – be sure to taste these specialties!

Perth
Perth

Located on the banks of the Swan River in southern Western Australia is Perth, a vibrant city with a host of natural wonders right on its door step. Here you’ll find one of the world’s biggest inner-city parks, the lush Kings Park, Elizabeth Quay and Yagan Square.

Darwin
Darwin

With a rich history and iconic natural sights such as Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks and Katherine Gorge right on its doorstep, Darwin is the best place to explore and experience the Top End of Australia.

Kakadu
Kakadu

In the heart of the Top End is Kakadu National Park, World Heritage listed for its breathtaking landscape, wildlife and Aboriginal cultural significance. Discover striking landscapes, view beautiful rock art and hear stories of the Dreamtime.

Bay of Islands
Bay of Islands

The Bay of Islands has captivated explorers, adventurers and modern-day travellers alike for hundreds of years. With white sandy beaches, sky blue waters and abundant marine life, the Bay of Islands is a paradise where you’ll feel like you’re sitting on the edge of the world.

Auckland
Auckland

On the North Island of New Zealand is Auckland, a vibrant cultural city with stunning natural scenery right on its doorstep. Unwind in Auckland and take in the city’s breathtaking coastal and urban scenery.

Rotorua
Rotorua

Less than 3 hours south west of Auckland is Rotorua,  the centre of Maori culture in New Zealand. Here you’ll be warmly welcomed by the Arawa people, passionate locals who love to share their culture and traditions with the region’s many visitors.

Christchurch
Christchurch

This cosmopolitan city is lively with its arts scene, abundance of entertainment options and is surrounded by beautiful gardens. Situated in the Canterbury region, it was first inhabited around 1000 years ago, making it one of the oldest established cities in New Zealand.

Queenstown
Queenstown

The premier lake and alpine resort town, Queenstown is located 480 kilometres south west of Christchurch. Sitting on the shores of crystal clear Lake Wakatipu and bordered by imposing alpine mountains, the scenery that greets you will take your breath away.

Milford Sound
Milford Sound

Located within Fiordland National Park lies Milford Sound, New Zealand’s most breathtaking natural attraction. With its striking combination of mountain peaks, ink-dark waters and dramatic forest-clad cliffs, it must to visit.