From stunning Sydney, beautiful Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef, cosmopolitan Melbourne to national treasures like Uluru, Australia is a country as big as your imagination.
The last two Tours to Australia have delivered two closely fought series. The 1989 Lions came back from defeat in the opening Test match to win the series 2-1 with a 19-18 victory against the Wallabies in the final game.
In 2001, more than 25,000 Lions fans jetted Down Under to be enthralled by another great series. This time Jason Robinson's iconic opening try in the first Test saw the Lions defeat the Wallabies before the series was decided in the final game, with Australia edging it 29-23 to take the crown.
Two great teams, one great country - the Lions Tour in 2013 promises to deliver memories that will last a lifetime.
Lions Rugby Travel
Fans can now guarantee a place on the 2013 British & Irish Lions Tour by signing up for a Priority Access Pass on lionstour.com - the home of the Lions' own dedicated travel company - Lions Rugby Travel.
The new company is the official Lions Tour operator and will offer fans access to the best travel, ticket, accommodation packages and pre-Tour special events when the details are confirmed in early 2012.
Demand for match tickets, flights and accommodation is expected to exceed supply so fans are urged to sign up for a Priority Access Pass now at http://www.lionstour.com/.
And with exclusive video interviews from Lions greats Keith Wood, Gerald Davies, Jason Robinson and Andy Irvine that will set your pulses racing to unique destination footage of Australia so you can discover what will await you on Tour and much more, lionstour.com will have everything a British & Irish Lions fan needs to plan the perfect Tour.