With five time zones and a range of climates from temperate to tropical, Australia’s merits as a yachting destination are as varied as they are renowned.
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In addition to effervescent cities, vast natural harbours and plentiful islands, Australia enjoys a coastline in excess of 32,000 nautical miles. With the sheer size and vast coastlines, it is perfect for a yacht charter.

In a place of such radical extremes, it takes something special to dominate the yacht charter scene – and while the southeast of the country has a well-developed superyacht culture, the Great Barrier Reef on Queensland’s coast remains the preeminent destination. Renowned for its abundance of water sports opportunities and diverse mix of native and modern cultures.

Recommended Itinerary
1. Sydney
2. Cooktown
3. Lizard Island
4. Low Isles
5. Kamay Botany Bay National Park
6. Little Bay
7. Raft Point
8. Hook Island
9. Hayman Island


Berth at one of the most beautiful harbours in the world and sightsee the many attractions Sydney has to offer. The vibrant city retains a laid-back beach vibe whilst the ambiance is ultra-modern and streets are crowded by gourmet cuisine, art and eclectic culture. When the sun sets, attend a show at the iconic opera house or at one of the many theatres. Sydney is a great place to embark on a charter to the Great Barrier Reef.

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