The Sydney Opera House is a must-see during any visit to Australia, whether it be for a backstage tour, or attend one of the many performances on offer.

The Sydney Opera House is officially the busiest performing arts facility in the world, and is rightfully considered one of the wonders of the modern world. Located at a prominent location on Sydney Harbour, it is reminiscent of a ship in full sail leaving port.

The audacious design by Jørn Utzon with enormous shell-like roofs was well ahead of its time. The building became an instant iconic landmark when it was completed in 1973 and has come to represent Australia internationally.



Delaware North Australia Parks and Resorts was established in 2009 with the acquisition of some of Australia’s most remarkable resorts. From the Great Barrier Reef’s Lizard, Heron and Wilson Islands, to the Red Centre of Australia at King’s Canyon, a stay in a Delaware North resort is a visit to a uniquely Australian location.

Lizard Island Resort
Kings Canyon Resort
El Questro Wilderness Park and Resort


The Byron at Byron Resort and Spa

With its stylish design and architecture, the multi award winning Byron at Byron Resort and Spa is inspired by its pristine surroundings. Set within a stunning subtropical rainforest The Byron at Byron Resort and Spa provides an idyllic escape in a relaxed atmosphere whilst offering all the special touches you would expect.
Byron Bay is ideally positioned as a centre for relaxation and activity. Situated at the easternmost point in Australia, this stylish coastal village enjoys a subtropical climate with clean air, crystal clear water and pristine beaches.

The Great Southern Touring Route

The romance of the Great Ocean Road, with its rugged coastline, lush forest and sense of freedom, is an unforgettable experience. The road also links the major regional cities of Geelong and Warrnambool, both vibrant destinations in their own right. The mountains of the Grampians National Park, centered around Halls Gap, have been the spiritual heartland of the Aboriginal people for tens of thousands of years. Ballarat and its Goldfields are heady mix of the romance and majesty of the 1850s gold rush and a whole range of modern treasures. Native Australian wildlife abounds across the region, including kangaroos, koalas, platypus, native birds and wildflowers.

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