Australia and New Zealand are a perfect match providing the best of both worlds for your incentive and luxury travel needs.


Drenched in sunshine and glowing with affable charisma, Australia is an enticing land of vast beaches, pulsating cities and expansive bushland. One of the country’s greatest lures is its sense of space; a beach, patch of tropical forest or piece of sandy desert all to oneself is an easy reality. The perfect place to inspire, energise and unwind, Australia has got it all. Give an experience of a lifetime… 

A wide land of plenty
Australia is the sixth largest country in the world. It’s about the same size as the 48 mainland states of the USA and 50 per cent larger than Europe, but has the lowest population density in the world.
Safe destination
Australia’s stable political system, well-maintained roads, low crime rate and high standard of health care make it a safe country to explore. So you can safely enjoy Australia’s unique landscapes
Legendary friendliness
Australia offers some of the most breathtaking and spectacular getaway destinations. Friendly locals coupled with a bustling tourism industry make holiday a delightful and hassle-free experience.
Tipping is not a part of Australian or New Zealand culture. Service is more casual than in many countries, even in expensive restaurants and hotels in keeping with Australia’s relaxed character that usually seeks to treat everyone as equals.

When to go? Best time to travel to Australia

Any time is a good time to be in Australia. When it’s cold down south, it’s magnificent in the north and the Centre; when it’s too hot and sweaty up north, the southern states are at their natural finest. Whether it’s luxury travel or incentive trip, together we can plan the best time and options for participants.

December, January, February | SUMMER

Summer is very hot throughout Australia. In the souther parts of Australia and in the Outback temperatures can reach 35-45°C. This is the peak season for travellers and locals alike as it’s school holidays here which means that fining accommodation for the group can be more challenging.
Avoid: Tropical Queensland – Great Barrier Reef, Cairns, Port Douglas, the Whitsundays – tropics mean very wet summer season
Visit: Tasmania for it’s mild weather (25-28°C); Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide for many international events and beautiful beaches

March, April, May | AUTUMN

In autumn it is very pleasant in most regions of Australia. Temperatures vary 20-25°C and decrease towards the winter months. Beginning of autumn is a great time to visit Australia.
Avoid: it gets cold in Tasmania towards the winter months
Visit: Darwin and Top End (end of wet season), the Outback areas, including Uluru; Sydney & Melbourne for their cozy wine bars and food scene; Adelaide & Perth for its local produce, wine and many events

June, July, August in Australia | WINTER

It gets cool in the southern parts of Australia and really cold and rainy in Melbourne and Hobart (Tasmania). On the other hand it’s the best time to visit northern areas of Australia with tropical climate but plan ahead as it gets busy here.
Avoid: Hobart (Tasmania) and Melbourne unless you don’t mind cold weather
Visit: Darwin (end of wet season), Broome & Western Australia, the Outback areas, including Uluru; North Tropical Queensland with Cairns, Port Douglas and Great Barrier Reef

September, October, November in Australia | SPRING

Great time to visit many parts of Australia as it’s fine almost everywhere. It is a transitional period from the dry winter months into the rainy months of summer in the tropical (northern) parts of Australia so don’t delay your trip to the end of November. For a change, this is definitely the best time to visit southern parts of Australia as weather is mild and it’s not as busy as during summer.
Avoid: end of spring time in the tropical part of Australia can get wet
Visit: Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth & South Western Australia (whale watching season)



A unique land of breathtaking scenery as sweeping coastlines, deep fiords, snow-capped mountains, bubbling volcanic pools and glacier-fed lakes is beautifully showcased in the Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit trilogies.

When to go

The warmer months (November to April) are ripe for outdoor exploration. Summer with average temperature 25°C (December to February) is also when the food and wine festivals, concerts and sports events occur. For winter adventure visit when the snow is thickest – June to August.