ALL-ROUNDER AUSTRALIA TOUR

Explore the highlights and treasures that Australia has to offer. This all-rounder journey reveals cosmopolitan cities, pristine coastlines and outback experiences.

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DAY 1: SYDNEY - WELCOME
A warm welcome to Australia as you are met by your pilot on arrival. You’ll have time to relax before meeting for afternoon drinks and later dine on the stunning waters of Sydney Harbour with a dinner cruise to discuss your amazing adventure ahead.

DAY 2-3: MELBOURNE
Delve into the cosmopolitan sophistication and natural beauty of Victoria’s capital city. From vibrant lane-ways, arcades and shopping to award winning wineries, beautiful countryside and rugged coastlines.

DAY 4-7: HOBART / COLES BAY / FREYCINET / STRAHAN
Sample the splendours of some of Tasmania’s most celebrated locations. Indulge in local produce, explore charming villages, visit spectacular national parks, picturesque coastline and view some of Tasmania’s most treasured wildlife.

 

DAY 8-9: ADELAIDE / KANGAROO ISLAND
See famous Australian native animals such as koalas and kangaroos in their natural environment. Taste internationally awarded liquors. Dune-surf in Little Sahara where dunes reach 70 metres (230 feet) above sea level. Visit Seal Bay, home to a colony of endangered Australian sea lions and marvel at the Remarkable Rocks in Flinders Chase National Park.

DAY 10: COOBER PEDY / WILLIAM CREEK
Discover one of the most unique places in Australia, the underground opal town of Cooper Pedy. Recognised as the largest producer of opal in the world with an estimated 70% of the world’s precious opal being mined in the opal fields of the area.
Fossick for gemstones. Discover the lunar-like colourful hills of the Painted Desert that mother nature has taken 80 million years to create.
Meet the locals at William Creek and enjoy a drink in one of the world’s most remote pubs.

DAY 11: ULURU - AYERS ROCK
One of the great natural wonders of the world, Uluru towers above the surrounding landscape. Uluru is not only a spectacular natural rock formation, but it is a deeply spiritual place. Whether you choose to walk with a traditional owner, join a camel tour or dine under a canopy of stars there is something to suit everyone.

DAY 12: MARGARET RIVER
Tucked away in Australia’s south-west corner, Margaret River is well known for its craft breweries, providores, restaurants and internationally renowned wineries.

DAY 13-14: PERTH
A short flight north will see us arrive in Perth, the capital of Western Australia. Soak up the sun, walk in leafy Kings Park, tour the Swan Valley vineyards or visit the nearby Rottnest Island - home to the quokka, a small wallaby-like marsupial. Wander the winding portside streets of Fremantle.

DAY 15: EXMOUTH
Continuing our journey north we land in Exmouth on the Coral Coast. You can discover what it’s like to swim with humpback whales and whale sharks, the gentle giants of the sea, or the majestic giant manta rays, which are abundant throughout the year on the Ningaloo Reef. Also present on this pristine reef are dugongs, turtles, and over 500 species of fish and 250 coral species.

DAY 16: BROOME
We land in Broome, the exotic pearling town in the Kimberley region. Well known for the white sands and turquoise waters of its 22 kilometre long Cable Beach and the famous camel rides at sunset.
At Gantheaume Point nearby, 130-million year old dinosaur tracks are revealed in the beach’s red rocks during low tide.

DAY 17: KIMBERLEY
The Kimberley region is one of the world’s last wilderness frontiers. It’s a place of prolific wildlife, majestic canyons, freshwater swimming holes, great food and luxury accommodation.

DAY 18-19: KAKADU NATIONAL PARK / KATHERINE GORGE /
NITMILUK NATIONAL PARK

Swim in water holes and beneath cascading waterfalls. Learn the stories of the Aboriginal rock art that are up to 20,000 years old. Cruise the wetlands to see abundant wildlife in its natural habitat.

DAY 20-21: DARWIN / LITCHFIELD NATIONAL PARK
Browse the Aboriginal art collections of Darwin, head to the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets or take in the views of the sailboats at the Cullen Bay Marina.
At Litchfield National Park you will see the weathered sandstone pillars of the Lost City, formed by thousands of years of erosion. See the historic Bamboo Creek tin mine and Blyth Homestead, as well as a field of giant termite mounds.

DAY 22-24: CAIRNS / DAINTREE RAINFOREST / GREAT BARRIER REEF
Situated between the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest, Cairns is considered to be the gateway to these two World Heritage-listed sites.
Immerse yourself in the beauty of the Daintree Rainforest, the oldest living rainforest on Earth. Get close with local marine life on the Great Barrier Reef, stretching more than 2,000 kilometres (1,240 miles) in length it is one of the most diverse ocean habitats in the world.

DAY 25-26: HAMILTON ISLAND
Hamilton Island offers an abundance of island activities suitable for all guests. Nestled amongst the Whitsunday Islands, a group of 74 islands on the Great Barrier Reef, it offers an idyllic island experience. There is a wide selection of bars and restaurants. Relax by the pool, enjoy a spa treatment or explore the famous silica white sands of Whitehaven Beach.

DAY 27: GOLD COAST
Beyond the Gold Coast’s glittering high-rises you will discover world class entertainment, waterfalls, wineries and beach-side cafés, as well as theme parks to take you back to your childhood.  Walk among the rainforest canopy of O’Reilly’s Tree Top Walkway in Lamington National Park. Or surf and swim on any of the 21 beaches along 57 kilometres of sunning coastline.

DAY 28: SYDNEY - FAREWELL
A leisurely start to the day as we bid farewell to the Gold Coast and make our way back to Sydney.

Avail: All-Year
 
LOCATIONS:

SYDNEY • MELBOURNE • HOBART • COLES BAY • STRAHAN • ADELAIDE • KANGAROO ISLAND • WILLIAM CREEK• COOBER PEDY • ULURU • MARGARET RIVER • PERTH • EXMOUTH • BROOME • THE KIMBERLEY • KATHERINE GORGE • KAKADU NATIONAL PARK • DARWIN • CAIRNS • DAINTREE NATIONAL PARK • GREAT BARRIER REEF • HAMILTON ISLAND • GOLD COAST • SYDNEY

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REMINDER:

Any of our tours can be tailored to suit your individual needs. Longer or shorter stays, extra destinations, or design your own tour.

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Hangar 211, Wagga Airport,
Forest Hill, NSW, 2651
Tel: 02 6922 7122
Mob: 0427 227 122
ABN: 70 392 128 980
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