International AIDS Society

Discover Australia and New Zealand

New South Wales

Sydney is cosmopolitan, vibrant and multicultural. A leading global destination recognised the world over for its lifestyle and innovation, and for its beautiful location on the edge of the world’s largest natural harbour. Spend the day exploring the city – climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge or lunch in famous Bondi. Only a short drive from Sydney, explore the Blue Mountains, Hunter Valley wine region or the myriad of beaches.


Northern Territory

The Territory is dramatic and historic, luxurious and relaxing, stark and pristine. With superb environments, World Heritage-listed national parks, dramatic deserts, tropical shores or outback cattle stations, it offers a diversity of everything that is the real Australia. Uluru (Ayres Rock) is a truly unique destination. Take in the majesty of the Red Centre as you watch the sunrise in a hot air balloon or catch a camel train through the Central Australian desert and enjoy the spectacular backdrop of Uluru and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas).



Make the most of the outdoor lifestyle with its subtropical climate, dense rainforests and white, sandy beaches and clear blue water. Visit the Whitsundays, with the three natural wonders of Heart Reef, Whitehaven Beach and the Great Barrier Reef. Explore the city vibe of Brisbane, whale watch on the Gold Coast or sample local produce at one of the many outstanding restaurants.


South Australia

From the pristine beaches of the Fleurieu Peninsula to the deep red gorges of the Flinders Rangers and the underground town of Coober Pedy, South Australia is a state of ever changing landscapes. Visit the world-famous Barossa Valley wine region, then head back to the elegant heritage city of Adelaide and explore the colonial architecture amongst picturesque parklands.



Tasmania mixes the best Australia has to offer - from World Heritage wilderness and the cleanest air on earth, to a thriving cultural scene and fantastic food and wine.  A paradise for adventure seekers, with activities including bushwalking, angling, boating and rock climbing.


Western Australia

Perth offers a warm, welcoming small-town approach mixed with the mindset of an international city. Outside Perth, Western Australia offers a diverse range of natural attractions. Swim with whale sharks, explore caves and browse fine art and craft galleries. Explore the Kimberley, set in the Western Australian outback. One of the world’s last great wilderness areas, with vast horizons, ancient gorges, astounding rock formations and rock pools.


Australian Capital Territory

Enjoy the advantages and amenities of a big city ease of access and a beautiful bush surrounding. Canberra offers a range of cultural and outdoor activities. Take a bike ride around Lake Burley Griffin or visit the beautiful Portrait Gallery and National Museum of Australia.