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Since the early 1980s, Gullivers has been providing Wallaby Supporters with the opportunity to travel globally and witness the formidable Wallabies, our national Rugby Union team, in action. This experience offers a unique blend of world exploration and the thrill of watching the Wallabies compete on the rugby field, presenting exceptional value for any fan of the Wallabies!




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Australia’s domestic landscape offers a diverse array of experiences, from the urban sophistication of cities like Sydney and Melbourne to the rugged beauty of the Outback and the pristine beaches of the Gold Coast. Visitors can delve into Australia’s rich history and vibrant arts scene, enjoy world-class dining and wine, and engage in a variety of outdoor activities across its vast and varied terrains.

With the Rugby World Cup 2027, the British & Irish Lions Tour 2025, and the Women’s Rugby World Cup 2029 set to take place in Australia, there is a growing optimism about the resurgence and further development of Australian rugby on the global stage.


Argentina, a land of contrasts, offers travelers a journey through its vibrant Buenos Aires cityscape to the magnificent Iguazu Falls and Patagonia’s natural splendors. The rich cultural heritage, the delights of Argentine cuisine, and the spirited tango dance enhance the experience. Its diverse landscapes, from the Andes to Mendoza’s vineyards, promise an unforgettable adventure.

In the realm of rugby, the Wallabies have had mixed fortunes in their recent tours to Argentina. They faced a close defeat with a 34-31 loss in one match, but also secured convincing wins in the 2021 Rugby Championship, with scores of 27-8 and 32-17.


France’s diverse landscape offers an enchanting mix of experiences, from the chic and historic streets of Paris to the rustic charm of Provence and the majestic Alps. Visitors can explore a rich tapestry of history and culture, indulge in world-renowned cuisine and wines, and embrace a wide range of activities in its varied terrains, including skiing in the Alps, lounging on the Riviera’s beaches, and strolling through lush vineyards. France’s blend of modern elegance and timeless beauty makes it an endlessly captivating destination.

France, having hosted the Rugby World Cup in 2023, successfully showcased its rich rugby heritage and the national team’s prowess to the global audience.


Japan mesmerises with a blend of neon-lit modernity and serene ancient traditions, from Tokyo’s bustling streets to Kyoto’s tranquil temples and Hokkaido’s majestic mountains. Its rich cultural landscape offers everything from traditional tea ceremonies to innovative cuisine, and diverse activities like skiing in the Alps and soaking in seaside hot springs.

Post their 2023 Rugby World Cup campaign, Japan’s rugby squad, under the guidance of Eddie Jones, aims to boost its international standing with a series of challenging matches in 2024, including a significant test against England


New Zealand offers a captivating blend of breathtaking natural beauty, from the misty fjords of Milford Sound to the geothermal wonders of Rotorua, and the vibrant urban life of cities like Auckland and Wellington. It’s a land rich in Maori culture and history, complemented by adventurous outdoor activities, world-class vineyards, and a unique wildlife, making every experience in New Zealand both diverse and unforgettable.

The historic rivalry between the Wallabies and the All Blacks stands as a hallmark in rugby, featuring a series of intense and memorable clashes that showcase the height of rugby rivalry and sportsmanship.


Traveling to South Africa offers an adventure through its rich tapestry of cultures, breathtaking landscapes from the iconic Table Mountain to the expansive Kruger National Park, and vibrant cities like Johannesburg and Cape Town. This nation enchants with its wildlife safaris, diverse culinary experiences, and historic sites, blending natural beauty with a complex, fascinating history.

As the 2023 Rugby World Cup champions, South Africa’s Springboks enhance their historic and intense rivalry with the Wallabies, with each encounter demonstrating the deep-seated competitive spirit and high skill level inherent in both teams


Traveling to the UK and Ireland immerses visitors in a blend of historical grandeur and contemporary vibrancy, spanning the ancient stones of Stonehenge to the bustling streets of London and Dublin. These lands offer a journey through picturesque landscapes, including the Scottish Highlands and Ireland’s Cliffs of Moher, complemented by rich literary heritage, traditional pubs, and the warmth of local culture.

In 2024, the Wallabies will celebrate 40 years since their 1984 grand slam victory with a significant spring tour to the UK and Ireland, their first visit there since 2016.

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