Australia is a vast country with diverse landscapes, ranging from the white sandy beaches of the east coast to the vast red expanses of the Outback. Its unique fauna, including kangaroos, koalas, and platypuses, captivates nature enthusiasts.

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Australia: Land of Endless Adventures or Natural Paradise?

Australia: Land of Endless Adventures or Natural Paradise?

Australia, known as the "Land of Endless Adventures" or the "Natural Paradise," offers a one-of-a-kind experience. It boasts a unique diversity, from beaches to deserts, kangaroos to coral reefs. Modern cities coexist with breathtaking wilderness.

When to go : The best time to go is from September to April


We have carefully selected the three must-sees of this destination to give you an idea of what to expect during your charter experience in Australia.

  • Natural Diversity

    01 Natural Diversity

    Australia is famous for its remarkable natural diversity, ranging from stunning beaches to vast desert expanses of the Outback, including internationally renowned coral reefs like the Great Barrier Reef. It's truly a biodiversity treasure.

  • Extraordinary Wildlife

    02 Extraordinary Wildlife

    Australia is home to extraordinary wildlife that can't be found anywhere else on the planet. From kangaroos to koalas, platypuses to crocodiles, Australian fauna is captivating and draws animal lovers from around the world.

  • Culture and Lifestyle

    03 Culture and Lifestyle

    Australian cities like Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane offer an exceptional quality of life. Australian culture is characterized by its laid-back lifestyle, a passion for sports, a thriving art scene, and diverse cuisine.

Suggested Charter Itinerary

At BGYB, we create bespoke charter itineraries for our clients. Contact us now to receive your very own personalised itinerary.

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  • Day 1 Hamilton Island

    Hamilton Island, nestled in the coveted region of Queensland, Australia, is ideally situated at the heart of the Whitsunday Islands group. It also serves as a major gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. The island offers a selection of luxury hotels along its white sandy beaches, providing a wide range of exceptional facilities, including fine dining restaurants, soothing spas, and various water activities.

    Hamilton Island
  • Day 2 Whitsunday island

    Whitsunday Island, located in the heart of Australia's Great Barrier Reef, is a tropical paradise known for its stunning white sandy beaches and crystal-clear azure waters. Visitors can explore the island's lush, untouched rainforests and enjoy various water activities such as snorkelling, scuba diving, and sailing in this idyllic setting. Whitsunday Island is a dream destination for nature lovers and beach enthusiasts,

    Whitsunday island
  • Day 3 Whitehaven beach / Chalkie’s beach

    Whitsunday Island’s most famous beach, Whitehaven Beach is celebrated for its pristine beauty and is consistently ranked among the world's top beaches. This 7-kilometer crescent beach, with its hidden cove and tidal river, offers a romantic haven. At the southern tip, a secluded vantage point awaits. This enchanting destination, 35 kilometres from the mainland, owes its preservation to the Great Barrier Reef marine park and Whitsunday National Parks.

    Whitehaven beach / Chalkie’s beach
  • Day 4 Border island

    Border Island, nestled within the enchanting Whitsunday Islands, is a secluded jewel in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef. Sink your toes into the protected beaches before beginning your climb through the luscious greenery of the eucalyptus trees of the highest peak of the island. This will lead you to incredible panoramic views that allow you to see the very best of the Island.

    Border island
  • Day 5 Hook island

    "Butterfly Bay" is found on the northern side of Hook Island - many butterflies that can be seen fluttering around the flowers that grow here. If you love to learn about culture and history, visit Hook Island's caves. These locations are archaeological sites that date back to when the Ngaro people habited the island from 7000 BC. They were hunter-gatherers who lived off the land and sea, and their incredible rock art can still be seen today.

    Hook island
  • Day 6 Long Island

    Long Island is mostly national and is home to hundreds of species of animals and plants, including the koala - one of the few places in the Whitsundays where you can see these adorable creatures. There is around 17km of walking and cycling trails to explore the plentiful native flora and fauna on this dramatic natural landscape.

    Long Island
  • Day 7 South Molle Island

    Venture into the heart of the Whitsundays and discover the exhilarating South Molle Island and Sea Link. Here, amidst the turquoise waters of the Coral Sea, lies an island sanctuary waiting to be explored. South Molle Island is like a rugged pirate's cove, boasting hidden coves and secret passages. Dive beneath the surface to uncover a world teeming with vibrant marine life and coral reefs that rival any treasure trove.

    South Molle Island
BGYB Destination : Suggested Charter Itinerary

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