Honeymoon Hotspots in Australia’s Natural Wonders

No matter if it be paddling through idyllic waters, surfing on desert beaches, or wine tasting in sun-kissed vineyards; Australia’s romantic and idyllic destinations will ensure an unforgettable adventure.

Honeymoon hotspots like Uluru-Kata Tjuta and Kakadu offer breathtaking natural beauty as well as indigenous culture – perfect for creating memories to last a lifetime!


Uluru (also known as Ayers Rock) is one of Australia’s most iconic natural wonders. A vast sandstone monolith, it towers five miles from the desert floor in Northern Territory’s “Red Centre.”

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in Australia holds this UNESCO World Heritage Site sacred for indigenous Anangu people. These people believe their ancestors still reside on this magnificent landscape where creation stories are passed along via wind currents.

This unique sandstone formation consists of coarse-grained arkose rock. With its stunning scenery and colorful sunrise/sunset views, its otherworldliness attracts visitors from across the world.

For the full experience of Uluru, take a guided tour. Enjoy motorbike, segway or camel rides to get close and personal with this remarkable formation; or enjoy aerial viewing of this spectacle from above on a scenic flight! To fully experience Uluru as nature intended it, bring repellant as well as After Bite Advanced Formula, to alleviate itchy bug bites.


Freycinet National Park and Wineglass Bay offer postcard-worthy scenery. Sail leisurely around Great Oyster Bay for a leisurely cruise; go fishing or bushwalking along Freycinet Peninsula, or enjoy scenic flights over Freycinet.

Freycinet National Park’s focal point, Wineglass Bay, may be its signature attraction but there is much more to discover in this stunning national park. Hike up Mount Amos for stunning views over Wineglass Bay or explore deeper into Freycinet to traverse both Wineglass Bay and Hazards Beach Circuits.

Experience Tasmania’s tranquil wilderness on a scenic walk or cruise around its coastline and watch for wildlife such as wallabies, echidnas and rare Tasmanian species like pademelon and tree skink. Or take the worry out of vacation planning by signing up for one of many tours from Hobart or Launceston that includes accommodation, transport and guided walks through Freycinet National Park.


Kakadu National Park is one of Australia’s most beautiful and diverse national parks, recognized as both a World Heritage Site and UNESCO biosphere reserve. Home to an abundance of habitats filled with stunning flora and fauna, this protected region was home for thousands of years by indigenous Australians; extensive rock art depicting this history exists here as does an incredible fauna that stands out among tropical areas in northern Australia.

Kakadu National Park offers visitors an ideal experience from November to April, when there are fewer tourists and its waterfalls and wildlife can be more easily observed. However, activities like Yellow Water Billabong cruise near Cooinda operate all year round and should still be considered worthwhile experiences.

Nawurlandja Lookout, lit by golden hour sunrays, offers stunning views across Anbangbang Billabong and Escarpment, Jim Jim Falls, Twin and Gunlom Falls as well as several spectacular wetlands in this park. Additionally, its natural surroundings have made it a birding haven with over 280 bird species being recorded here while numerous crocodiles and water buffalo reside here too!


Esperance, with its beautiful coastal townscape of powder-soft beaches and dramatic rocky coasts, makes a scenic honeymoon getaway destination. Pink Lake Hillier stands out against its white sandy beach setting and turquoise water to be its star attraction; to experience it fully take a scenic flight out of town!

As part of your visit to Western Australia, don’t miss the opportunity to visit secluded bays and striking landscapes such as Nambung National Park’s Pinnacles that emerged 30,000 years ago as sea levels receded, or Uluru-Kata Tjuta with its shifting sandstone formations which change color with sunrise/sunset.

Busselton serves as the gateway to this premium wine region and boasts excellent wineries with top winemakers that provide relaxation-inducing long lunches paired with fine vintages. Beachgoers will find themselves delighted to discover wild kangaroos come dawn and dusk at Busselton Beach where there is also ample space to relax on its shores or spot wild ones during dawn and dusk viewing sessions!

Sal Salis

Sal Salis is located within Western Australia’s Cape Range National Park’s World Heritage Area of Ningaloo Reef and nestled into low coastal dunes of Cape Range National Park’s Cape Range National Park’s low coastal dunes, in Western Australia’s World Heritage Area of Ningaloo Reef. Here you can experience both outback camping and swimming with migrating whale sharks along a stretch of breathtakingly undeveloped coastline – perfect for experiencing true wilderness safari.

Your visit will feature sea kayaking and drift snorkelling just metres offshore, discovering marine life and wildlife both aquatically and on land, guided gorge walks through stunning limestone rock formations, as well as staying in one of nine spacious wilderness tents just steps from the sea.

With direct Qantas flights to Exmouth, Sal Salis is now easier than ever to access. Book early to secure your spot at this unique camp where the outback meets the reef, where three nights will allow you to experience Western Australia’s pristine beauty while reconnecting with nature in an eco-luxe camp that respects its fragile surroundings. Activities included snorkelling, walking, stargazing and beachside dining await your stay here!