One of Australia's oldest wine regions, the Barossa boasts some of the country's most famous vineyards, including Penfolds, Peter Lehmann and Orlando.
If music is your thing after a day of serious business then The Basement is one of Sydney's best places to kick back and lose yourself for a while.
Here you'll find great music, good food and spectacular views of the fireworks display at midnight.
A mini-island New Year's Eve getaway in Sydney Harbour.
Party like an animal, and with animals, at this New Year's Eve bash.
Let the sounds of opera and classical music carry you into the New Year.
Shopping may be what the Queen Victoria Building (QVB) is all about today, but it wasn't so when it was built in 1898.
Picture tall ships in the harbor, convicts chipping away at sandstone with crude tools, horses and carts, and bawdy bars overflowing with sailors and soldiers on shore leave, and you've landed at The Rocks in the late 1700s.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is an Australian icon, and the opportunity to climb it with BridgeClimb is said to be one of the best things a visitor to the city can do during his or her stay.
A World Heritage Site, Uluru is an awe-inspiring sandstone rock formation rising out of the desolate outback of Australia's Northern Territory.