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CONTENTS 4 Welcome 5 Best Times to Travel 6 Independent Holidays Intro


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NEW SOUTH WALES INTRO 3 Day Sydney Daze & 4 Day Nature, Wine & Wildlife 4 Day Private Gourmet Country Escape 6 Day Southern Delights 7 Day Pacific Coast Discovery 5 Day Norfolk Island Vibes

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QUEENSLAND INTRO 5 Day Forest to Beach Experience & 5 Day City to Island Paradise 5 Day Sunshine Coast & Island Explorer 5 Day Reef & Rainforest Island Hopper 5 Day Icons of the Whitsundays 4 Day Taste of Cairns 6 Day Reconnect with Nature 6 Day Heritage Wanderer 5 Day Magnetized to North QLD 7 Day Queensland Outback Explorer

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VICTORIA INTRO 4 Day Melbourne Getaway 5 Day Go Beyond Melbourne 5 Day Great Ocean Road & Grampians Loop 7 Day Southern Coast Traverse

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TASMANIA INTRO 4 Day Highlights of Hobart 4 Day Bruny Island Sensations 6 Day Tasmania’s East Side 7 Day Best of the West Coast 5 Day Freycinet Experience Walk

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA INTRO 4 Day Beyond Adelaide 6 Day Down the Murray 5 Day Wine & Wildlife Trail 5 Day Port Lincoln & Coffin Bay Frontier 6 Day Outback Tracks 5 Day Original Arkaba Walk 12 Day Adelaide to Perth Camping Adventure

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NORTHERN TERRITORY INTRO 4 Day Top End at a Glance & 4 Day Island of Smiles 5 Day Kakadu & Litchfield Expedition 7 Day Kakadu, Arnhem Land & Corong Venture 8 Day Kakadu & Katherine Explorer 3 Day Something about Alice & 3 Day Red Centre Snapshot 4 Day Iconic Central Outback 5 Day Navigate Central Outback

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WESTERN AUSTRALIA INTRO 4 Day Perth Uncovered 7 Day Margaret River & Wave Rock Expedition 9 Day The Indian Ocean Coastal Drive 7 Day Camping to the Bungle Bungles 6 Day Taste of the Kimberley


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For over 20 years we have worked tiressly to provide exceptional Australia holiday experiences


Highly specialised consultants with in-depth Australia knowledge. Our vast knowledge and deep understanding of the destination is unparalleled.


Assistance and support through our local Australian office.


Our expert team go the extra mile to plan and deliver fantastic holidays.


ANZCRO has access to thousands of Australian travel products, from city accommodation and sightseeing to regional tours and experiences.


We are member of the Australian Federation of Travel Agents (AFTA), Australian Tourism Export Council (ATEC), Council of Australia Tour Operators (CATO) and International Air Transport Association (IATA).



Sydney Harbour. Credit: Tourism Australia

DISCOVER THE BEST OF YOUR OWN BACKYARD There has quite literally never been a better time to take a holiday in our own backyard. Within these pages, we invite you to explore our vast and magnificent country with fresh eyes. Experience the famous-for-a reason adventures, such as snorkelling in the aquatic wonderland of the Great Barrier Reef and seeing the sunrise over majestic Uluru. We also invite you to travel out of your comfort zone and have a completely unique Australian experience, like swimming with sea lions in the Eyre Peninsula of South Australia. Or visiting a modern-day aboriginal community on the unique haven known as the Tiwi Islands in the Northern Territory. ANZCRO has curated this showcase of epic Australian holidays to demonstrate that there truly is an adventure here for every type of traveller. Stay at a working sheep station amid the rugged gorges of the Flinders Ranges in the South Australian outback, eat and drink your way through the epicurean delights of Tasmania – the choice is yours. Your local travel agent can guide you to discover pockets of Australia that you may never have heard of or to enjoy a new spin on a favourite destination.



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Highlighting the best of what Australia has to offer is our passion, but your health and safety is our priority. For accommodation providers such as hotels and motels, this may mean measures such as contactless check-in and enhanced cleaning programs. If you would like COVIDSafe details of specific suppliers, speak to your Travel Agent or an ANZCRO Reservation staff member today. ANZCRO is your one-stop travel shop for Aussie holidays. With our extensive network of suppliers and accommodation providers, combined with the expert knowledge of our reservation staff, we can coordinate all elements of your holiday from start to finish.


COVID-19 has caused a prolonged closure of international borders. This directly impacts on the livelihood of many wonderful folk employed in the travel and tourism industry. Once you have decided on the right holiday for you, we encourage you to book with your local travel agent.


Driving around Australia is relatively easy and stress free by international standards. Once you leave the main city centres, you will find that the highways and roads are well maintained and easy to navigate. But whilst Australia is a great destination to explore by road, it is a vast country and driving distances can sometimes feel a little overwhelming. The self-drive itineraries featured in this brochure have been carefully planned to ensure that they allow ample time for personal exploration and they can be changed to fit in with your own individual travel needs and style of accommodation. Alternatively, one of our specialist consultants will be more than happy to make recommendations and tailor-make a completely new self-drive holiday just for you!


For the ultimate freewheeling experience, take to the road in a fully equipped campervan. Climb in, unpack your bags and hit the open road. No need for a preplanned itinerary, simply pick a route and go! Wake up to a different view each morning and enjoy the ability to be spontaneous as you get to enjoy all the comforts of home while exploring the great outdoors at your own pace. The great Aussie adventure awaits you.



With so much great tourism product on offer around the country, let us help make planning your holiday easy. Whether you are a seasoned traveller or heading off on your first holiday, the ANZCRO Australia package collection has been carefully put together to provide inspiration to help you decide on the right holiday for you.

ANZCRO offers a large range of accommodation, island resorts, rental cars, sightseeing and transport. You can combine these packages with additional components to come up with your own holiday itinerary, but don’t forget our team is here to help you with your planning and offer advice, recommendations and suggestions.






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For the ultimate sunny summer holiday, head south. Think surfing in Byron Bay, exploring the white sandy beaches of WA or hiking one of Tasmania’s many trails. The tropical north experiences its wet season throughout summer (November to April), which means heavy rain and tropical storms in Darwin, Broome, Cairns and the Whitsundays. It’s also stinger season on the Great Barrier Reef, which means you’ll need to wear a fullbody wetsuit to explore the reef. In the outback, the daytime temperatures reach uncomfortable heights.

Discover an array of brilliant hues in South Australia’s winery regions, Victoria’s High Country and the many National Parks of Tasmania. Many of our major cities put on a party in autumn with some of the biggest festivals taking place in autumn. The weather is particularly spectacular in the Gold Coast, Byron Bay and the Sunshine Coast. For a once-in-a-lifetime wildlife experience, you can witness tiny turtles hatching in the southern Great Barrier Reef. It can still be wet and stormy in the tropical north so proceed with caution.

If you holiday for the heat, then winter is the ideal time to visit up north including Darwin, the Top End and the Kimberley. Cairns and the Whitsundays have warm days, low humidity and comfortable water temperature, which are ideal conditions to explore the Great Barrier Reef. The Sunshine and Gold Coasts also boast clear, sunny days perfect for escaping the cold. Winter is also whale-watching season, which is an experience not to be missed off the coast.

Embrace sunny days and cool nights in many of our cities, which also spring into bloom with brightly coloured jacarandas and wildflowers. It is also the time to head to Australia Zoo on the Sunshine Coast or many of the other wildlife sanctuaries around the country to witness koalas and kangaroo joeys venturing out of their mother’s pouches for the first time. The cooler weather makes it a perfect time to visit the outback, and September and October are a great opportunity to visit the Northern Territory before the wet season sets in.

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THIS CONTINENT OF EXTREMES IS AN IDEAL DESTINATION FOR THE INDEPENDENT TRAVELLER. From tasting some of the world’s best wines amidst lush vineyards to traversing the otherworldly landscapes of the ancient red desert, exploring vibrant cities to gliding metres above steamy tropical rainforest in a gondola cabin, following vast stretches of pristine coastline to riding a camel in the Outback, snorkelling marine reserves teeming with dazzling sea-life to ascending dramatic mountains; the unexpected waits at every turn. These packages are based on popular touring itineraries, crafted to ensure an unforgettable experience and fully customisable to create the holiday of your dreams.


• Freedom to go where you want, at your own pace. • No set start date. • Most essentials are included, making for stress-free travelling.

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From pristine beaches to the awe-inspiring Australian outback, New South Wales (NSW) is one of the most unique places in the world. NSW Holidays are the ideal way to explore the State and enjoy stunning stretches of coastline, great bushwalks in beautiful national parks, and outstanding dining experiences in spectacular locations.


Aerial of Sydney Harbour. Credit: Tourism Austtralia

Take a cruise past the Sydney Opera House to Manly or scale Sydney Harbour Bridge. Take a day trip to the natural wonderland of the Blue Mountains or the picturesque vineyards of the Hunter Valley. Rejuvenate your senses in Byron Bay and watch dolphins in the clear waters at Port Stephens. Visit the South Coast with over 30 national parks, marine parks and reserves, as well as gorgeous beaches and rich Aboriginal history.

TOP EXPERIENCES: » Climb the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and experience the spectacular views » Experience the perfect Sydney evening with a concert, theatre, opera or ballet at the Sydney Opera House » Walk along one of the worlds whitest sandy beaches of Jervis Bay on the South Coast » Discover Sydney’s colorful convict past in the historical Rocks District » View stunning lookouts, spectacular rock formations, native wildlife & quaint villages in the Blue Mountains

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» Learn to Surf at world famous Bondi Beach » Take a lunch time cruise on Sydney harbour past waterfront mansions, national parks & islands » Indulge in gourmet food & visit over 100 wineries and cellar doors in the Hunter Valley » See Dolphins play in the crystal clear waters at Port Stephens » Enjoy a walk around Australia’s easternmost mainland point on the Cape Byron Walking Track, Byron Bay



Blue Mountains. Credit: Tourism Australia

Sydney Harbour. Credit: Tourism Australia

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» Sydney tall ship 1.5 hour Twilight dinner cruise

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» 2 nights’ accommodation, Blue Mountains

DAY 1: Arrive Sydney

» 1 nights’ accommodation, Hunter Valley

Welcome to the vibrant and iconic harbour city that has everything from quirky galleries, roof top bars, grand shopping districts, heritage buildings, botanical gardens and of course the famous Bondi beach! What better way to start your stay by boarding the beautifully crafted Southern Swan timber ship, cruise the Sydney harbour as the sun descends while enjoying a freshly prepared meal.


DAY 2: At Sydney

DAY 1: Arrive Blue Mountains

A day to explore Sydney at your leisure. Take the climb to the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, explore the famous Opera House, or wander around the historic precent ‘The Rocks’. Visit Taronga Zoo for a chance to meet over 4,000 animals or maybe have a surf lesson at Bondi beach? There is so much on offer accompanied by a vast array of dining experiences to suit everyone.

DAY 3: Depart Sydney

Today you might like to catch the ferry over to Manly with its coastal relaxed vibes, hit up the Manly markets and spoil yourself with breakfast at a beachfront café. A great way to round out this short stay in Sydney.

This morning, collect your vehicle and journey west towards the world heritage Blue Mountains region. On the way stop at Featherdale Wildlife Park to see native koalas and hand feed kangaroos.

DAY2: At Blue Mountains

Welcome to a natural wonderland where you can explore one-million-year-old valleys, traverse underground cave systems, and meet the famous Three Sisters. Head to Scenic World where you will have a chance to ride the world’s steepest incline railway and take in the spectacular rainforest views from a cable car. There are plenty of walking trails and townships to explore, including Katoomba and Leura, both are well known for their specialty shops and excellent dining.

DAY 3: Blue Mountains to Hunter Valley

Take the scenic route along the historic Bells Line to your next destination Hunter Valley, one of Australia’s famous wine regions. Over 120 wineries are dotted throughout the rolling green hills, and many offer cellar door tastings. In addition to the fabulous wineries there are plenty of great restaurants, galleries, and local producers selling handmade cheese and olive oil. You may like to join a wine tour and visit one of the wineries or for the more active, hire a bicycle and meander along the quiet country roads.

DAY 4: Hunter Valley to Sydney Credit: Tourism Australia

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After a leisurely breakfast you will begin your trip south to Sydney. To top off a scenic self-drive getaway take time to stroll or swim at one of the stunning beaches along the central coast or explore the Brisbane Water National Park before you return your car.

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De Beaurepaire Wines, Rylstone. Credit: Destination NSW

4 DAY PRIVATE GOURMET COUNTRY ESCAPE INCLUSIONS » 1 nights’ accommodation, Sydney » 3 day Private Guided Mudgee weekend with expert guide and vehicle » 2 nights’ accommodation, Mudgee

ITINERARY DAY 1: Arrive Sydney

Welcome to Sydney, one of the world’s most liveable cities, home to the Sydney Opera House, the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge, history, and heritage. Make your way to your centrally located accommodation, then after you have checked in the day is yours to see, taste, shop, experience and explore the many hidden treasures..

DAY 2: Sydney to Mudgee

At 12noon you will be collected from the front of the Amora Jamison Hotel. Departing from the city you will commence the picturesque journey via the Bells Line of Road through the Blue Mountains onto Mudgee. As we arrive into Mudgee, our first stop is at the Logan Wines Tasting Room were we have a seated tasting of a selection of their wines. Afterwards it is onto our accommodation at Parklands Resort. You will get time to check in to your accommodation before our introduction to Mudgee and it’s wine and local produce continues with a private Tease Your Palate Experience at 6pm on the property.

DAY 3: At Mudgee

Cooked breakfast is included at your leisure this morning. At approximately 10.00am we depart with our vehicle and guide to explore the wonderful region that is Mudgee! Today is about chatting with the locals, discovering a promising vintage, grazing on a selection of the regions finest produce and unwinding over a swirl of your glass and a sip or two (or more!) of fine wine! We will visit a selection of 3 boutique wineries and enjoy a light lunch at a local winery with one of our tastings. Return to your accommodation late afternoon for time to relax. Dinner this evening is at own expense and a dinner reservation will be made on your behalf at one of recommended Mudgee Restaurants.

Sunrise over Market Street, Mudgee. Credit: Destination NSW

Blue Mountains. Credit: Tourism Australia

DAY 4: Mudgee to Sydney

After a leisurely breakfast in the resort dining room, we depart at 9am from Mudgee to make our way to Rylstone and our destination De Beaurepaire Winery. From the first vine planting in 1998, this family’s single estate vineyard has grown into a renowned multi-generational boutique producer of French-style wines. On arrival we will be met by one of the owners, Richard or Amanda de Beaurepaire for an informative and enjoyable couple of hours getting under the skin of our awardwinning French-style wines – there is no better way to experience the true De Beaurepaire Wines! After this wonderful wine tasting experience, we head into the picturesque town of Rylstone, a rare colonial treasure and one of the oldest villages west of the Great Dividing Range. We have reserved a table for lunch at the Globe Hotel – lunch is at own expense and you can purchase directly off the menu. After lunch, time to walk the main

street before we depart and commence our return to Sydney via the Bells Line of Road. Return to Sydney approximately 6.00pm.

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Kayaking, Jervis Bay. Credit: Dee Kramer

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6 DAY SOUTHERN DELIGHTS Bay, the heart of Australia’s Oyster Coast. Spend the day surfing the crystal-clear waters or cycle along the Batemans Bay cycle way and finish up by enjoying some fresh local seafood in a waterfront eatery.

DAY 4: Batemans Bay to Canberra

ITINERARY DAY 1: Sydney to Cape Jervis

After you have collected your vehicle, head south out of the city along the Princes Highway to the gem of the southern NSW coastline, Jervis Bay. Your accommodation for the next two nights is in African safari inspired tents set amongst rugged wilderness allowing you to get close to nature without sacrificing on comfort.

Heading inland today along the Kings Highway passing through farmlands, forests, and mountain ranges before entering the Australian Capital territory. Along the way why not make a stop at Braidwood. A historic treasure brimming with amazing colonial buildings, antiques, cafes, and bakeries.

Canberra is a laid-back city with many gorgeous sites, trendy bars and surrounded by national parks. There is much to offer from exploring and digging into the

At leisure today; with famous white-sand beaches and clear turquoise waters, they are amongst the safest and most beautiful in the world. The area is teeming with native Australian marine and wildlife and you can see dolphins, whales, kangaroos, wallabies, echidnas, wombats, and many rare birds in the wild. The bays and ocean beaches, lagoons, secret coves, and hidden creeks are perfect for swimming, kayaking, boating, fishing, stand-up paddle boarding and surfing. The area boasts world-class cafes, restaurants, pubs, wine bars and a burgeoning music scene.

DAY 3: Cape Jervis to Batemans Bay



DAY 6: Canberra to Sydney

Before finishing your trip and driving back to Sydney; no trip is complete without stopping and getting that photo with the ‘world’s biggest Merino’ located just outside Goulburn.

DAY 5: At Canberra

DAY 2: At Cape Jervis

The drive today takes you past pristine lakes, gorgeous estuaries, sparkling rivers, and beautiful beaches. These stretch out along kilometres of brilliant Pacific Ocean shoreline before reaching the beachside town Batemans

Australian history at the Australian War Museum and National Museum of Australian. Wandering the corridors of the old & new parliament houses, hike one of the many trails and uncover waterfalls, gorges, and river, to hiring a boat and sitting back to relax as Canberra unveils itself as you sip on a glass of shiraz.

Australian Parliament House, Canberra. Credit: Tourism Australia

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Shoal Bay Beach, Port Stephens. Credit: Tourism Australia.

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ITINERARY DAY 1: Sydney to Port Stephens

Taking to the road you will travel along the stunning Central Coast region. Along the way make sure to take a side trip to the Bouddi Coastal walk; an 8km boardwalk which twists and turns along the rugged coastline. You’ll be rewarded with some amazing views and a swim at the McMasters beach. Depending on the time of the year you may spot the migrating Humpback whales. Another great spot is ‘The Skillion” a uniquely shaped promontory offering some of the best panoramic Pacific Ocean views along the coast. Finally check out the Norah Head Light house; virtually untouched since 1903 except for the installation of the electric light.


Port Stephens is a beautiful harbour town offering something for everyone but is best known for its crystalclear water, beautiful beaches, gourmet restaurants and whale and dolphin watching. Maybe join a dolphin watch boat trip today? There are boat trips that are designed to give you the best possible view of these lovely playful creatures and on warm days, it may even be possible to swim with the dolphins. If you want a bit more adventure then you must try quad biking on the sand dunes.

DAY 3: Port Stephens to Coffs Harbour

the markets, indulge in a day spa or simply explore the glorious beaches of the area.

DAY 6: Byron Bay to Lamington National Park

Today you will cross the border into the sunshine state and to finish on a high you will be staying at the wonderful hinterland rainforest retreat known as O’Reillys. The retreat offers expansive views of the western ranges, friendly guided activities and the famed tree top walk. To end the day make sure to pay a visit to the bar with delicious homemade pizzas and one of the best sunset views.

Passing through seaside villages and Port Macquarie you will eventually arrive at the home of the Big Banana, Coffs Harbour. Coffs is well known for its spectacular coastline and friendly relaxed atmosphere. There is plenty of things to see and do such as bush walking, fishing, family theme parks and water sports or simply choose to do nothing but relax.

DAY 4: Coffs Harbour to Byron Bay

Your drive today will skirt by the beautiful Bundjalung National Park on-route to Byron Bay. This park is renowned for stunning natural scenery from rivers, lagoons, and secluded beaches. Before heading into Byron Bay take a detour out to the hinterland and check out Minyon falls. Watch the water cascade to a deep palm-shaped gorge roughly 100m below from the lookout.

Byron Bay, NSW. Credit: Tourism Australia

DAY 7: Depart Brisbane

Time for some last-minute sightseeing before the leisurely drive up to Brisbane later this afternoon. Return your rental car on arrival into Queensland’s capital city.

DAY 5: At Byron Bay Jetty Beach, Coffs Harbour. Credit: Destination NSW

Time to relax in Byron Bay, the most easterly point in Australia. Walk the Cape Byron Track to the trademark lighthouse, kayak with dolphins, learn to surf, trawl

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National Park, Norfolk Island. Credit: Norfolk Island Tourism


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DAY 1: Arrive Norfolk Island

Time to discover this stunning South Pacific island paradise, abundant in intriguing historic tales, beautiful landscapes and best of all slow down to island-time. Upon arriving at the airport, you will be met by Aloha Car Rentals before making your way to your accommodation; just note that cows have the right of way on the roads!

DAY 2 - 4: At Norfolk Island

With the freedom of having a car for the next few days you will easily get around the island. Witness the contrasting colours of the lush green rainforests to the clear blue waters of the ocean. During your stay you will have the opportunity to join the historic Convict Kingston tour where you will learn about World Heritage Listed Kingston. Hear about our first settlers, the Polynesians who came 900 years ago, uncover facts about the first and second settlements and the legends associated. Be enthralled at how Norfolk became home to the descendants of the infamous Bounty Mutiny and walk through the historic cemetery. Norfolk Island. Credit: Tourism Australia



On your Thursday evening you will be presented with an eagle-eyed view of the tiny crescent-shaped beach and

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the magnificent spread of ocean stretching to the far horizon for your island Fish Feast. Seated at beautifully set tables, the feast kicks off with entertainment by a local singer and Tahitian-style dancers, followed by dining on fresh local fish prepared the local way and accompanied with a range of seasonal island dishes including those passed down from Polynesian foremothers.

DAY 5: Depart Norfolk Island

As the sun rises on your last day head out to the beach or take that last walking adventure in the forests before you head back to the airport to drop your vehicle off and bid farewell. *Convicts Kingston Tour operates Wednesday and Sundays only. *Island Fish Feast Experience operates Thursdays only.

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Queensland offers warm, relaxing, fun, adventurous holiday experiences where you have the freedom to do as much or little as you like.

QUEENSLAND Four Mile Beach, Port Douglas, QLD. Credit: Tourism Port Douglas and Daintree


Cruise down the Brisbane River, walk the golden sandy beaches or four wheel drive on the beach on World Heritage-listed Fraser Island. Swim, sail or just relax on one of the 74 unspoiled, palm-fringed islands that make up the Whitsundays, snorkel through the World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef amongst tropical fish and techni-colour coral or visit the lush Daintree Rainforest. However you choose to experience Queensland – you are assured an unforgettable holiday.

TOP EXPERIENCES: » Scale the Story Bridge for a breathtaking birds-eye view of Brisbane » Discover rainforest bush walks and retreats in the Gold Coast Hinterland » Spend a few days experiencing the stunning beaches, surfing paradise & exciting theme parks on the Gold Coast » Stroll through cosmopolitan Hastings Street in Noosa on the Sunshine Coast » Discover the Whitsunday Islands – 74 islands in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef and walk along the pure white sands of Whitehaven Beach

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» Four wheel drive past rainforest and fresh water lagoons on World Heritage-listed Fraser Island, the world’s largest sand island » Visit Cape Tribulation – where the rainforest meets the reef » Snorkel, dive or take a day trip to the Great Barrier Reef – a World Heritage-listed spectacular of coral islands and marine life » Take an ecotour to the World Heritagelisted Daintree Rainforest – the planet’s oldest surviving tropical rainforest » See some of the world’s longest lava tubes in Undara Volcanic National Park



O'Reilly's Tree Top Walk. Credit: Tourism Australia


Moreton Bay. Credit: Tourism & Events Queensland

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DAY 1: Arrive Lamington National Park

Collect your car hire from Gold Coast airport and set off on an adventure into the Gold Coast Hinterland. Your accommodation for the next two nights will be at O’Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat.

DAY 2: At Lamington National Park

Today offers a choice of many free activities to immerse yourself in. Take the early morning bird walk to explore the hiking tracks and trails. Climb the Tree Top Walk, the first of its kind in Australia, which offers a bird’s eye view of the region. There are over 500 waterfalls to find and make sure you visit the replica Stinson plane which crashed in the area in 1937.

DAY 3: Lamington National Park to Gold Coast

After a morning dip in the infinity pool it’s time to depart. Taking the scenic route to the Gold Coast via the Tambourine Mountain we suggest stopping for a wander through the Gallery Walk, discover the boutique gardens, or stop by Thunderbird Park, home to the Tree Top challenge, Thunderegg Mining & Skywalk. While there sample some of the local crafts, including award winning wines and spirits.

DAY 4: At Gold Coast

Start the day with a rush of adrenaline as you jump on board Paradise Jetboating. Feel the thrill as you experience 360° spins and high-speed drifting as you explore the Gold Coast Waterways. Spend the evening choosing where to eat at the many restaurants on offer in Surfers Paradise or you might like to visit Spirits of the Red Sand. Here you join a one-of-its-kind immersive story-telling journey of an aboriginal family struggles from dreamtime to the turbulent 1800s. As you dine you are entertained by song and dance.

DAY 5: Depart Gold Coast

Sadly your holiday has come to an end however if you have some spare time before your flight we suggest a visit to Sky Point Observation Deck. Whether you stay indoors on the observation Skydeck or climb to the top of the building either way you will have the best view of the Gold Coast, to the Hinterland and all the way down the coastline.

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» Return Boat Transfers to Tangalooma Resort » Moreton Island Desert Safari 4WD tour


DAY 1: Arrive Brisbane

Welcome to Brisbane. From heritage buildings and world-class museums to rooftop restaurants and boutique breweries, discover the riverside capital city of Brisbane.

DAY 2: At Brisbane

Enjoy the entire day at your leisure to explore Brisbane. You can stroll along the waterfront walking paths and visit the family-friendly area of Southbank which offers a variety of breakfast and lunch restaurants. This afternoon you may choose to cruise the snaking Brisbane River to Lone Pine Sanctuary for an up-close Australian wildlife experience.

DAY 3: Brisbane to Moreton Island

You will be collected from your hotel and transferred to Holt Street Wharf. Board your 75 minute scenic cruise to the third largest sand island in the world. Discover pristine beaches, mysterious shipwrecks, wild dolphins or join one of many adventurous activities including quad biking, snorkelling, and twilight kayaking.

DAY 4: At Moreton Island

Today you will feel the thrill as you join Tangalooma’s 4WD desert safari. You will get a unique look into the heart of Moreton Island before trying your skills on the exhilarating Island sport which is sand tobogganing where you can reach up to speeds of 40km/h.

DAY 5: Depart Brisbane

It’s time to pack up and head back to the mainland. With a few ferry departures throughout the day you can choose to leave bright and early or push it back and soak up island life a bit longer.

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Noosa National Park, Noosa, QLD. Credit: Tourism Australia

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On arrival into Brisbane Domestic Airport make you way to the rental car collection point to pick up your car hire and begin your journey to the Sunshine Coast. Just an hour outside of Brisbane is Australia Zoo, home of the “Crocodile Hunter”, television personality and conservationist, Steve Irwin. Meet over 1,200 animals from the African Savannah, South-East Asia and of course all the Aussie favourites including the big salty crocs! After your visit at Australia Zoo continue to your accommodation at Caloundra.

DAY 2: Sunshine Coast to Hervey Bay Credit: Australia ZOO

Brisbane. Credit: Tourism & Events Queensland

It’s a leisurely start to the day so check out some of the local cuisine and amazing coffee before you continue heading north. Golden beaches stretching 13kms, calm clear waters, no crowds, fantastic views and one of Australia’s longs piers which is more than 100 years old - this is Hervey Bay! Whether you prefer to sit back and relax or if your more of an adrenalin seeker this is the place for you. From jet skiing, wind surfing, to joining a sunset cruise there is an experience for everyone.

DAY 3: At Hervey Bay

course cool off with a swim. Depending on the time of year (July – Late October) you might want to consider upgrading to include the humpback whale watch encounter. Be in awe as you watch the majestic giants frolic in the calm waters off the Fraser Island Coast.

DAY 4: Hervey Bay to Noosa

You farewell Hervey Bay and head to Noosa. Leave the car at your hotel and explore this stylish seaside town by foot. With subtropical trees and greenery blending with low rise architecture, designer boutiques, alfresco cafes and pristine beaches, it's easy to see why Noosa is such a popular holiday destination for Australians. It certainly offers the best of nature and culture for all to enjoy!

DAY 5: Noosa to Brisbane

There is time for one last early stroll on the beach before packing up and making your way back to Brisbane where you will return your rental car and head home.

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Join a Fraser Island trip like no other; experience the unique and untouched remote west coast of World Heritage listed Fraser Island (K’gari) and be one of the few to explore parts of the island only the locals know about. Throughout the day you will join some bush treks, snorkelling the clear water, kayaking and of

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Kayaking in Fraser ISland. Credit: Tourism and Events Queensland

INCLUSIONS » Return Scenic Flight ex Hervey Bay (Fraser Coast) to Lady Elliot Island » 2 nights’ accommodation, Lady Elliot Island with breakfast and dinner » Combined glass bottom tour/boat snorkel


» Snorkelling equipment and lesson if required


» Guided Island tours, Turtle Nesting & Hatchlings (if in season)

DAY 1: Hervey Bay to Lady Elliot Island

» Lady Elliot Island Environmental Management Charge » Return airport transfers to/from Hervey Bay Airport to River Heads » Return ferry transfers ex Hervey Bay to Fraser Island » 2 nights’ accommodation, Fraser Island with breakfast » Ranger Guided Fraser Island Beauty Spot Tour including lunch & national park fees » Variety of ranger guided walks and talks

Board your 35-minute scenic flight from Hervey Bay airport to Lady Elliot Island. Once landed you will be met by an Island activity staff member for an “Island Orientation” and to check in. Once you have settled into your accommodation collect your snorkel, flippers and mask from the Dive Shop and spend the afternoon snorkelling in the lagoon or coral gardens. Tonight, you will feast on a delicious buffet dinner before evening activities, which may include presentations in the Education Centre, games, and Turtle Viewing (in season Nov to April).

DAY 2: At Lady Elliot Island

Take an early morning snorkel or walk around the island before breakfast which is served on the outside deck overlooking the coral lagoon. Join in the many free activities during the day include Reef Walking Tour, Island Discovery and History Walks, and combined Glass Bottom Boat Tour/Boat Snorkel. You may even wish to try out scuba diving and for beginners there is no prior experience needed to join the intro dive.

DAY 3: Lady Elliot Island to Fraser Island

Snorkelling at Lady Elliot Island. Credit: Tourism and Events Queensland



After breakfast you will fly back to Hervey Bay and transferred to River Heads marina to catch your ferry to Kingfisher Bay Resort, Fraser Island. Enjoy a relaxing afternoon exploring the resort or join some of the Ranger-guided walks and talks, try your luck at fishing or just chill by the pool. Each evening the resort offers

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Ranger-guided activities such as spotlighting tours, star gazing or a talk and slide show about Fraser Island’s dingoes, which are among the purest on the east coast of Australia.

DAY 4: At Fraser Island

Today you will experience the 4WD Beauty Spots Full Day Tour. Witness some of Fraser Island’s awesome natural sights. Swim in the crystal-clear blue water of Lake McKenzie with its pure white sandy shores. Visit the lush rainforest at Central Station and renowned Wanggoolba Creek with its rare king ferns. Marvel at the tall satinay trees of Pile Valley and wander around the boardwalks at Eli Creek. Guided commentary will explain the island’s flora and fauna, the history of the shipwreck “SS Maheno”, formation of the coloured sands on 75-Mile Beach as well as the Aboriginal and European history of the island.

DAY 5: Fraser Island to Hervey Bay

After breakfast you will head back across to the River Head terminal where you will be transfered back to Hervey Bay Airport.

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$1,595 per person twin share


Hamilton Island, Whitsunday Islands, QLD. Credit: Tourism Australia


INCLUSIONS » 4 nights’ accommodation, Hamilton Island » Breakfast daily » Half day Whitsunday Islands & Whitehaven Beach Cruise Whitehaven Beach. Credit: Tourism and Events Queensland

» Journey to Heart Reef Experience

ITINERARY DAY 1: Arrive Hamilton Island

Part of the Whitsundays, and in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, Hamilton Island is one of Australia’s most spectacular and very popular holiday destinations. On this holiday to Hamilton Island, you'll be surrounded by pristine white beaches, and a kaleidoscope of coral and marine life. On arrival to your accommodation settle into resort life with the day free to enjoy at leisure.

DAY 2: At Hamilton Island

Travel out to the jewel of the Whitsundays; Whitehaven beach on a half day adventure. After joining a scenic cruise, you will have up to two hours exploring, swimming, walking, or relaxing on one of the world’s best beaches. On your return to the resort head to One Tree Hill, Hamilton Island’s hilltop lookout for legendary Whitsunday sunset views and early evening cocktails.

An incredible experience has been planned for you today. See Heart Reef and some of the Whitsunday’s most renowned sights from above, including Whitehaven Beach and Hill Inlet, with a spectacular helicopter trip from Hamilton Island to Heart Island Pontoon. You will spend 90 minutes relaxing in style on the spectacular Heart Island Pontoon, which features an incredible mirrored exterior, luxury fittings and a breathtaking outlook over the Great Barrier Reef. Explore the turquoise lagoon in a glass bottom boat tour, or swim or snorkel at your own pace. As this is limited to a maximum of 6 guests it is a truly intimate and uninterrupted experience. After your trip to Heart Reef the rest of the day is at leisure.

DAY 4: At Hamilton Island

The day is all yours; jump on board the Island shuttle and check out all the areas around Hamilton island. Hire any of the water sports equipment from kayaks, catamarans, stand up paddle boards & windsurfers and have some fun in the sun.

DAY 5: Depart Hamilton Island

After enjoying your breakfast this morning it is time to check out and bid farewell to your Whitsunday island paradise.

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$1,775 per person twin share


Whitehaven Beach. Credit: Tourism Whitsundays

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Snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef. Credit: Tourism and Events Queensland

4 DAY TASTE OF CAIRNS INCLUSIONS » Return Airport Transfers » 3 nights’ accommodation, Cairns » Full day Outer Barrier Reef Cruise » Cairns Wildlife Dome & Zoom General Entry Cairns. Credit: Tourism Australia

ITINERARY DAY 1: Arrive Cairns

Experience the tropics in Australia’s most laid-back city with bustling markets, brilliant cafes, and massive array of things to experience from Ziplining, bushwalking, snorkelling, river rafting and more. After you have landed and checked into your accommodation, take a stroll along the esplanade, meet the locals, and have a swim in the waterfront Lagoon.

DAY 2: In Cairns

Barron Falls, QLD. Credit: Skyrail Rainforest Cableway



Today you will experience snorkelling and sailing on the Great Barrier Reef; the world’s largest coral reef system. Jump aboard the 25-metre-high performance catamaran and set sail to two unique locations, world-famous Michaelmas Cay and exclusive Paradise Reef, where you can dive and snorkel with turtles, colourful fish and see an amazing variety of vivid coral gardens. Enjoy a personalised day on the Great Barrier Reef with friendly crew dedicated to making your trip memorable and a local operator whose environmental credentials and attention to detail have earned many awards including the Australian Tourism Award for Adventure.

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DAY 3: In Cairns

Time to check out Cairns as today is yours to explore. To start head up to the roof of the Cairns casino where you will find a hidden wildlife adventure park; Cairns Zoom and Wildlife Dome. With immersive talks and a wide selection of amphibians, marsupials, birds, and reptiles including Goliath the Estuarine Crocodile. You might want to upgrade and join one of the many adventure activities including the Zipline, Adventure Course, Dome Climb, and the power jump all which will ensure a good thrill.

DAY 4: Depart Cairns

It is time to leave the northern tropics but before you head off why not head down to the wharf and get that last view of the ocean while enjoying a delicious breaky.

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$529 per person twin share


Mossman Gorge, Daintree National Park . Credit: Tourism Port Douglas and Daintree


» 6 days car hire with Hertz in a Toyota Corolla or similar including excess reduction » 3 nights’ accommodation, Port Douglas » 2 nights’ accommodation, Daintree » Full day Low Isles Sailaway » Wildlife Habitat General Admission » Daintree River Cruise

ITINERARY DAY 1: Cairns to Port Douglas

Welcome to the place where the Reef meets the Rainforest. After arriving at Cairns Airport collect your car and travel north to the relaxed sea-side village called Port Douglas. Once settled in take your shoes off, get your feet sandy while taking a stroll along the palm fringed Four Mile Beach.

you will meet all the iconic Australian animals. Hand feed free-roaming kangaroos and wallabies in the Savannah Habitat, wander through the starlight walk of the Nocturnal Habitat and be immersed in the wet tropics at every level in the Rainforest Habitat.

DAY 4: Port Douglas to Daintree

We farewell Port Douglas as it is time to move to your next destination travelling across the 80km strip of beautiful coastline before heading inland. For the next two nights you will be immersed in the tranquil pristine Daintree Rainforest. Enjoy leisurely walks, seek out secret swimming waterholes, behold towering waterfalls surrounded by breathtaking landscapes that time seems to have forgotten.

DAY 5: In Daintree

restaurant where you will enjoy a fresh homegrown, seasonal breakfast. The perfect way to get close and personal with the rainforest is on a Daintree River cruise. Choose between sunrise or sunset and visit densely populated mangroves travelling through the waterways all while spotting rare wildlife including Estuarine Crocodiles, birds, frogs, snakes, butterflies, lizards and goannas.

DAY 6: Daintree to Cairns

Wake up early for a stroll around this majestic rainforest before heading back on the road for the scenic drive back to Cairns airport. Drop off your vehicle and head home

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Wake up to the calming sounds of the forest welcoming the new morning before heading down to the Julaymba

$1,435 per person twin share


Thala Beach Nature Reserve Resort, Port Douglas Credit: Tourism Australia

DAY 2: In Port Douglas

Today you head out on a full day experience on the Great Barrier Reef onboard a luxury sailing catamaran. Relax on the white sandy beach, snorkel over the magnificent coral gardens, discover more on the guided snorkel tour with a marine biologist or jump onboard the glass bottom boat trip and full reef interpretations presented by the skipper.

DAY 3: In Port Douglas

A day to relax and go at your own pace. Enjoy a leisurely morning before heading off to Wildlife Habitat where THE AUSTRALIA PACKAGE COLLECTION 2021 - 22 | Australian Dollars



Cape Tribulation Drive. Credit: Tourism and Events Queensland

6 DAY HERITAGE WANDERER DAY 4: Daintree to Cooktown


» 3 nights’ accommodation, Cairns » 1 day Outer Barrier Reef Cruise » 3 day/2 night Guided Cape Tribulation & Cooktown Wanderer tour

Continuing your trek towards Cooktown - the Last Frontier of North Queensland you will travel along the famous 4WDonly Bloomfield Track, and stop for lunch at the famous Lion’s Den Hotel. You will arrive in historic Cooktown in the early afternoon where you will visit Grassy Hill for panoramic views and a driver-guided tour of the town before arriving at your accommodation for the night.

DAY 5: Cooktown to Cairns

ITINERARY DAY 1: Arrive Cairns

Cairns with its tropical vibes, unique nature, and ancient culture has a lot to offer. After checking into your accommodation, set out and explore the town. Stroll down the esplanade, check out the night markets or take a swim at the lagoon.

DAY 2: At Cairns

Today you travel out to the world-famous Michaelmas Cay and exclusive Paradise Reef. Here you can snorkel with turtles, colourful fish and see an amazing variety of corals. During the day you can relax on the upper deck or the netter deck trampoline, feast on a delicious tropical lunch and join the free guided snorkelling tour.

Visit the heritage-listed Cooktown Cemetery and James Cook Museum to learn about this fascinating goldrush town. Explore the Botanic Gardens on a driver-guided walk before a visit to Nature’s Powerhouse. After lunch you depart Cooktown via the Mulligan Highway. Stops are made en-route at Black Mountain, Byerstown Lookout, and the Palmer River Roadhouse. Marvel at the beauty of the outback savannah country with its vast eucalypt forests and termite mounds. The driver will return you to your accommodation in Cairns.



DAY 6: Depart Cairns

Time to depart Cairns. If you have an afternoon flight departure we suggest checking out Cairns Zoom and Wildlife Dome. Located on the roof of the Reef Hotel Casino you will find cuddly koalas and other marsupials, reptiles, many species of birds including the Red-Tailed Black Cockatoo and all amongst an obstacle course including zipline, roof climb and the big jump. 3 Day/ 2 Night Guided Cape Tribulation & Cooktown Wanderer tour includes: 2 nights’ accommodation, 4WD Air-conditioned vehicle, driver-guides, return hotel transfers, Mossman Gorge, Daintree River Cruise, Guided tours at Heritage listed Cooktown Cemetery, James Cook Museum and Cooktown Botanic Gardens.

DAY 3: Cairns to the Daintree Rainforest

The next three days you join a Guided Cape Tribulation & Cooktown tour. Your journey north heads to the world heritage-listed Daintree Rainforest. You stop at Mossman Gorge for a driver-guided walk through the rainforest, enjoy a 1-hour wildlife cruise on the Daintree River before a delicious BBQ lunch. After arriving at your overnight accommodation you will have the remainder of the day at leisure.

Cape Tribulation Credit: Tourism and Events Queensland

Pricing from Daintree National Park. Credit: Tourism and Events Queensland

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$1,455 per person twin share


Burdekin, Townsville Credit: Tourism and Events Queensland

5 DAY MAGNETIZED TO NORTH QLD INCLUSIONS » 1 nights' accommodation, Townsville » 3 nights' accommodation, Magnetic Island » Return Ferry transfers » Magnetic Island Bus Tour » Big Mama Full Day Sailing Adventure


visit all the major sites including one or two secret spots some locals don’t even know about. Throughout the day you’ll learn about history, geography, flora, fauna and what life it is like to live on an island in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. All this, with the spectacular scenery of Magnetic Island as your backdrop.

DAY 4: At Magnetic Island

Today is all about getting your feet sandy, have a swim and/or snorkel and explore the many bays that are only accessible by boat. Sit back and relax on a 60-foot sailing yacht as the Magnetic Island scenery passes by. For those

wanting something a bit more adventurous there are kayaks and paddle boards available through the day.

DAY 5: Magnetic Island to Townsville

Time to leave however you might have time for that last nature walk or snorkel at the beach before boarding your ferry back to Townsville.

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$639 per person twin share


DAY 1: Arrive Townsville

Welcome to Townsville, a vibrant and bustling city with an average of 300 days of sunshine each year. After getting to your accommodation why not head into town to check out the Reef HQ Aquarium, join a helicopter scenic flight or for something truly unique the Museum of underwater art.

DAY 2: Townsville to Magnetic Island

Check out of your accommodation and a short 20 min ferry ride takes you to an island boasting natural beauty, unique wildlife, fringing coral reefs and the largest northern Australia Koala colony; welcome to the Island Paradise know as Magnetic Island. Over the next 3 days you will have time to explore 26km of walking trails, many snorkelling adventures, 23 stunning beaches and more.

DAY 3: At Magnetic Island

Jump on board the Island best bus tour where you will

Magnetic Island. Credit: Tourism and Events Queensland

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Bowinda Gorge, Carnarvon Gorge National Park, QLD Credit: Tourism and Events Queensland


» 2 nights’ accommodation, Brisbane » Return transfers from Brisbane to Carnarvon Gorge » 4 nights’ accommodation, Carnarvon Gorge » Meals: Breakfast daily, 3 Lunches & 4 Dinners » Experienced local Outback guide » Guided walks & local knowledge

From stunning sandstone cliffs, diverse flora, ancient indigenous rock art and abundance of wildlife. Each day you will explore different areas from lush oasis, fairyland moss gardens, rare giant ferns, ancient cabbage tree palms and the most spectacular scenery with amazing lookouts and crystal-clear swimming holes. Let’s not forget the prolific wildlife like the Eastern Grey Kangaroos, Whip Tailed Wallabies, Pied Currawongs, the Kookaburra, Bushtail Possums and Goannas. If you’re lucky you might even meet the local Emus, Broglas, Plains Turkey, Echidna, Platypus & Lizards throughout the Gorge.

DAY 6: Carnarvon to Brisbane

After a light breakfast it’s time to hit the road and travel

ITINERARY DAY 1: Arrive Brisbane*

Welcome to capital of Queensland; after checking into your accommodation, it’s time to head out and explore. Take a wander through South Bank, catch a river cat ferry, hire a bike or take the climb on the Story bridge. This river city has so much to offer.

DAY 2: Depart Brisbane

Departing early from Brisbane your adventure starts with a 4WD experience into the "Brigalow Belt” through to Chinchilla. Stopping for lunch (own expense) at Roma before setting off to your accommodation for the next 4 nights in Takarrakka location close to the Carnarvon National Park. Later this evening you will enjoy sunset at Platypus Pools followed by a BBQ dinner.

DAY 3-5: At Carnarvon

Over the next few days you will explore the rugger ranges of Queensland’s central highlands, Carnarvon Gorge.



Brisbane Southbank. Credit: Tourism Australia

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back to the city for one final night to sample one of the many amazing dining experiences.

DAY 7: Depart Brisbane

After a leisurely morning it’s time to check out of your accommodation and head home. Departures: 5 Day Outback Adventure departs the last Monday of each month (March-October) Booking Conditions: Departures run with a minimum of 4 people

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DISCOVER THE DIVERSITY AND BEAUTY OF VICTORIA From world-class wineries to natural springs, the coastal villages of the peninsulas to alpine towns. Drive along one of the many scenic routes, pull on your walking boots and follow tracks and trails, or wander the shops and produce markets.


Sorrento and Portsea Coastline. Credit: Mornington Peninsula Regional Tourism


Discover the cafes and bars of Melbourne’s gothic laneways and drive the Great Ocean Road. Wind your way through the wineries of the Yarra Valley and chug down the Murray in a paddle-steamer. Swim with dolphins on Mornington Peninsula and see fairy penguins on Phillip Island. Trek the rugged Grampians then relax in a Daylesford health spa. Bushwalk Gippsland’s coastal wilderness, hit the High Country slopes or explore the grand architecture of a Goldfields town.

TOP EXPERIENCES: » Lose yourself in the bustle of Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Market and the countless laneways and arcades dotted through out the city » Check out Southbank’s casino complex and string of riverside restaurants, cafes & bars » Go sports mad with a guided tour and hosted AFL game at the Melbourne Cricket Ground » See the nighttime sights of Melbourne whilst enjoying a gourmet meal aboard a tramcar restaurant » Travel one of the world’s most scenic roads through the Great Ocean Road and see the

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Twelve Apostles spectacular limestone stacks rising from the ocean » Enjoy a wine tasting tour through the Yarra Valley famous for wine, fresh food & breathtaking scenery » Visit Healesville wildlife sanctuary and the historic Puffing Billy Steam Railway in the Dandenong Ranges » Travel through the rolling hills of the Mornington Peninsula where you’ll find great beaches, wineries and golf courses » Experience Australian wildlife in its natural habitat with penguins, seals, koalas and birds at Phillip Island



Melboune City. Credit: Denise Jans

4 DAY MELBOURNE GETAWAY INCLUSIONS » 3 nights' accommodation, Melbourne » Melbourne Star Flight » 1 Day Philip Island Penguin Parade Ultimate Eco tour with Bunyip

ITINERARY DAY 1: Arrive Melbourne

Welcome to the city of gothic laneways, distinctive flavours, historic architecture & many famous sporting venues. After you have checked into your central Melbourne accommodation you are free to explore the city until twilight where you will board the Melbourne Star and enjoy stunning skyline views as you watch the sun set and ushers in the vibrant nightlife.

DAY 2: At Melbourne

This morning you will journey beyond the city limits and start by visiting the multi-award-winning Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park, here you will enjoy a guided tour of the extensive exhibits, learn about the wide array of Australian fauna and hand-feed kangaroos, wallabies and perhaps maybe even cuddle a koala (additional fee applies).

Melborurne coffee shop. Credit: Visit Victoria



After arriving on Phillip Island, you will first stop to explore the historic Churchill Island. An 1850’s heritage farm with strutting peacocks, shaggy Highland cattle, traditional draft horses, sheep shearing & working dogs in action. You will then travel to the south-west tip of

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Phillip Island to view the Nobbies and meet Australia’s largest Fur Seal colony at Seal Rocks. As the final stop on this tour you will head to Summerland Beach for the highlight of the day. Watch hundreds of little penguins emerging from the ocean and waddling across the beach to their homes among the dunes. There will also be time to explore the spectacular Visitor Centre to learn more about Victoria’s feathered friends before commencing the journey back to Melbourne.

DAY 3: At Melbourne

Today is yours to explore at your own pace; head over to St Kilda & Brighton to take a swim at this popular beach destination and get a picture with the iconic Brighton Bathing boxes. Or travel out west and cruise along the scenic Great Ocean road.

DAY 4: Depart Melbourne

Sadly, it is your last day in Melbourne, however there might be time to check out the delicious local produce at the Queen Victoria markets or get that last look of the skyline up the Eureka tower.

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$359 per person twin share


Drinking wine at Yarra Valleyy Credit: Visit Victoria Content Hub

5 DAY GO BEYOND MELBOURNE INCLUSIONS » 5 days car hire with Hertz in a Toyota Corolla or similar including excess reduction » 1 nights’ accommodation, Yarra Valley » 1 nights’ accommodation, Phillip Island » 2 nights’ accommodation, Mornington Peninsula » General admission to Peninsula Hot pools

ITINERARY DAY 1: Melbourne to Yarra Valley

DAY 3: Phillip Island to Mornington Peninsula

A great start to the day is indulging in breakfast at the stunning ocean view restaurant Cape Kitchen. After a leisurely meal journey over to the Mornington Peninsula for your next 2-night stop. Once you have arrived, head over to the Peninsula Hot Springs. Spend the sunset bathing in a wonderland of over 30 globally inspired experiences before enjoying dinner in the quaint town of Flinders.

cellar doors, cafes and restaurants. A great spot for lunch is Green Olive at Red Hill and why not treat yourself to some Mornington Peninsula Chocolates for dessert.

DAY 5: Mornington Peninsula to Melbourne

On your journey back to the city take a side trip and stop to dip your toe in the water at St Kilda Beach. There are great cafes and restaurants to sample for lunch if that takes your fancy.

DAY 4: At Mornington Peninsula

Today is at leisure. Do whatever you fancy; swim with the dolphins and seals, explore maritime and military history or for the more active, trek one of the many walking trails throughout the region. To reenergise there are plenty of

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Yarra Valley; a haven for lovers of wineries, wilderness & wildlife. Discover over 80 cellar doors and micro-

breweries including the acclaimed names like: Domaine Chandon, De Bortolio and the newest arrivals Four

Pillars Gin Distillery. Get closer to nature and spend

some time at Healesville Sanctuary or take the journey onboard the famous Puffing Billy Steam Railway.

DAY 2: Yarra Valley to Phillip Island This morning head towards the paradise of Phillip

Island home to the expansive sandy beaches, rugged

cliffs, plenty of award-winning restaurants. There is an

abundance of wildlife from Koalas, wallabies, echidnas,

a colourful array of birdlife, seals and of course the little penguins. This evening go and watch one of the largest little penguin colonies emerge from the ocean and

waddle up to their burrows hidden among the dunes.

Peninsula Hot Springs, Mornington Peninsula. Credit: Tourism Australia

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Twelve Apostles. Credit: Content Victoria


INCLUSIONS » 5 days car hire with Hertz in a Toyota Corolla or similar including excess reduction » 2 nights' accommodation, Port Fairy » 2 nights' accommodation, Grampians

DAY 1: Melbourne to Port Fairy

Today you set out on your Great Ocean Road adventure and experience one of the world’s most scenic, coastal drives. On the way you will pass through the picturesque town of Lorne with its buzzing arts community and Mediterranean atmosphere, makes for delightful stop. Continuing along you will find yourself in the charming fishing village of Port Fairy.

DAY 2: At Port Fairy

Venture out and explore on your free day to uncover the natural beauty and history of Port Fairy. Visit the famed Shipwreck coast, stroll the many heritage walks, and sample the freshest seafood. Alternatively, you can head out of town and explore the Port Campbell National Park. This region is world famous for the extraordinary collection of wave-rock formations including the iconic Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge, London Bridge, The Grotto and the Gibson Steps.

DAY 3: Port Fairy to Grampians

Spend the morning exploring the diverse array of boutiques, antique stores, and craft shops that Port Fairy has to offer. Take a walk down to the port and watch as the fishermen unload their catch of crayfish and abalone. Later today you will head inland towards the twin peaks of mounts Sturgeon and Abrupt in Dunkeld, the gateway to the southern Grampians.

DAY 4: At Grampians

The day is yours to enjoy at leisure. Explore this grand old country region known as the Grampians. Offering a wide range of outdoor recreational activities that can be explored by foot or bicycle. You can head to the Henty Wine region with plenty of opportunities to sample some of Victoria’s best boutique wines and don’t forget to make a reservation at the Australia’s award winning restaurant Wickens at Royal Mail Hotel which books out weeks in advance.

DAY 5: Grampians to Melbourne

Today you will travel back to Melbourne and along the way you can pay a visit to the historic gold mining town of Ballarat. The town is the site of the world’s largest deposit of alluvial gold, where you can still pan for gold today and experience an authentic 1850’s gold mining settlement. Once you’ve arrived back into Melbourne drop off your rental car and head home.

Pricing from Aboriginal Guide at MacKenzie Falls, Grampians National Park, VIC. Credit: Tourism Victoria



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$989 per person twin share


Kangaroo Island. Credit: Tourism Australia

7 DAY SOUTHERN COAST TRAVERSE Apollo Bay. Credit: Great Ocean Road Tourism

INCLUSIONS » 7 days car hire with Hertz in a Toyota Corolla or similar including excess reduction » 1 nights' accommodation, Apollo Bay » 2 nights’ accommodation, Warrnambool » 2 nights’ accommodation, Victor Harbour » 1 day Kangaroo Island Guided Experience

ITINERARY DAY 1: Melbourne to Apollo Bay

After you have collected your car the journey begins as you head out of the city and travel towards Apollo Bay. Along the way you will travel through the home of the surf lifestyle Torquay. Take off your shoes and stroll along the beach and dine with the locals before heading off towards the small fishing village of Apollo Bay; named after a local schooner and is famous for being the resting place for many shipwrecks.

DAY 3: At Warrnambool

Enjoy a day at leisure to experience what this region has to offer. See native animals in the wild, venture into the Grampians National Park, head over to the Flagstaff Hill Maritime village which overlooks the stunning Lady Bay. Or simply relax and enjoy Warrnambool by visiting plenty of interesting shops and restaurants inspired by the vast array of local produce and wine this region offers.

Make your way along the South East Coast past Kingston and on through the wetland areas of the Coorong. Cross the Murray River at Wellington and head through Strathalbyn to the Langhorne Creek wine region and the historic river port of Goolwa before driving into Victor Harbor where you will spend the next 2 nights.

DAY 6: At Victor Harbour

Just 40 minutes from your stay you will board the ferry at Cape Jervis and head across to Kangaroo Island for the day. With a local guide you will see the key highlights of this island including the Remarkable rocks, Flinders Chase National Park, and the playful seals. Sit back and relax on this truly amazing and unforgettable experience.

DAY 7: Victor Harbour to Adelaide

Time to discover the attractions of the Fleurieu Peninsula on your drive into Adelaide. Over at Goolwa you can board a cruise and explore the mighty Murray River or travel through the rolling green hills of Mount Compass and Yankalilla to the McLaren Vale wine region and stop by the quirky and iconic d’Arenberg Cube.

DAY 2: Apollo Bay to Warrnambool

Today you will view some the best and most spectacular scenery on this drive as you pass through the Great Otway National Park and Twelve Apostle rock formations. Continue along the beautiful shipwreck coast until you reach your next home for 2 night’s; Warrnambool.

Heading across the border today to explore South Australia’s magnificent limestone coast as you continue towards the historic seaside resort of Robe. Immerse yourself in the seafaring history of the town and explore its many historic buildings and sites.

DAY 5: Robe to Victor Harbour

» 1 nights' accommodation, Robe » Return ferry transfers

DAY 4: Warrnambool to Robe

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$1,115 per person twin share

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TASMANIA A WILDERNESS ISLAND AT THE EDGE OF THE WORLD Home to the cleanest air in the world and rich in convict history, fabulous food and wine, rugged coastlines and pristine wilderness areas and the ideal destination for a self driving holiday. Honeymoon Bay. Credit: Tourism Australia


For avid bushwalkers, Tasmania has more than 3000 kilometres of tracks from beaches to alpine treks. Wine and food lovers will relish in the cool-climate wines, hand made cheeses, summer berries and fresh seafood. History buffs will be fascinated by the penal settlements and convict-built towns and nature lovers will be enthralled by the endless amounts of rare birds, abundant ocean life and unique wildlife. Tasmania offers inspirational experiences and you’ll never want to leave.


TOP EXPERIENCES: » Wander through the cobblestone square of Salamanca Place on Hobart’s waterfront and on Saturday mornings explore the Salamanca Markets » See Australia’s most intact convict site at Port Arthur on the Tasman Peninsula » Get up close and personal to a Tasmanian Devil at Bonorong Wildlife Park » Discover the pure white beaches and turquoise sea in Freycinet National Park » Explore the fine Victorian buildings and contemporary architecture in Tasmania’s “northern capital” - Launceston

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» Drink and eat your way through the Tamar Valley » Cruise down the Gordon River on the Lady Jane Franklin II on the rugged West Coast » Explore the rugged peaks & mirrored lakes of World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain - Lake St Clair National Park » Ride the Historic West Coast Wilderness Railway from Queenstown - Strahan » Cruise Bruny Island’s spectacular coastline past sea stacks, caves and abundant wildlife

Three Capes Track, Hobart: Tourism Australia


INCLUSIONS » 3 nights’ accommodation, Hobart » Full day Tasman Venture Cruise with Port Arthur admission Salamanca Markets. Credit: City of Hobart and Alastair Bett

ITINERARY DAY 1: Arrive Hobart

Battery Point carriage. Credit: Tanya Challice

Escape to the picturesque capital of Tasmania; home of an old and captivating history, rugged mountains surrounding the entrance of the Derwent river with many gourmet experiences including the colourful Salamanca Market every Saturday. Once you have checked into your accommodation you have the day to explore.

Venture south for an incredible 3 hour wilderness cruise along the spectacular coastline between Port Arthur and Eaglehawk Neck. Cruise beneath the highest vertical sea cliffs in the Southern Hemisphere at Cape Pillar, marvel at the many waterfalls, rock formations, archways, and deep-sea caves. See the abundant variety of wildlife including seals, sea birds and dolphins who like to surf in the bow wave of the boat. Afterwards you will have up to 3 hours to explore and learn about the fascinating convict history of the Port Arthur Historic Site before returning to Hobart.

DAY 3: At Hobart

A day to freely explore this charming region. We suggest heading out to Battery Point with its many historic houses dating back to the first European settlement, hike up to Mt Wellington/Kunanyi and take in the fantastic view of the city and harbour. Or take a ferry over to Hobarts quirkiest and out of this world art museum the Mona Museum.

DAY 4: Depart Hobart

This morning you will be heading home, however if it is a Saturday you must visit Salamanca Market and pick up some amazing local product before making your way to Hobart Airport.

Pricing from Hobart waterfront at sunset. Credit: Luke Tscharke

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Summit of kunanyi/Mt Wellington . Credit: Luke Tscharke


INCLUSIONS » 3 nights' accommodation, Hobart » Full day Bruny Island Artisan Adventure including transfers from Hobart. » Full day Art & Wine experience including return ferry from Hobart

DAY 1: Arrive Hobart

Make your way into the city to check into your accommodation for the next 3 nights. After settling in head down to Elizabeth street, North Hobart and dine at one of the many restaurants with menus influenced by flavours from across the globe.

DAY 2: At Hobart

Today your taste buds will be set alight as you journey across to Bruny Island; visiting some renowned artisan producers. Listen to the intriguing stories while sampling award winning cheese, premium wines and beer, freshy shucked oysters, hand crafted whiskey, fudge, chocolate and honey. And as an added bonus you will discover the amazing scenery and cultural heritage on one of Tasmania’s favourite islands.

Bruny Island Cheese Co. Credit: Adam Gibson

DAY 3: At Hobart

This full day art and wine experience starts off with a visit to Australia’s largest privately owned gallery and museum; the iconic Mona Museum. After arriving off the ferry, you will have time to wonder the many levels of exhibits. This includes ancient Egyptian funerary objects, modernist masterpieces, a word waterfall and a machine that mimics the human digestive system. There is something that will interest everyone. Following a delightful lunch with matched wine you will begin your journey behind the scenes at Moorilla Vineyard where you will be treated to a tasting with up to 10 different Moorilla/ Domanine wines.

DAY 4: Depart Hobart

This morning you are free to explore Hobart at your own pace before heading to the airport or onto another destination in Tasmania.

Pricing from The Neck lookout,Brunny Island. Credit: Tourism Australia



Museum of Old and New Art (MONA),. Credit: Tourism Tasmania & Rob Burnett

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Port Arthur Historic Site 3. Credit:Hype TV

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Day 3: At Swansea

Jump aboard this 4.5 hour Wineglass Bay cruise and explore the waterways surrounding Freycinet National Park. Be enthralled by the stunning granite coastlines, including the dramatic pink peaks of the Hazards range. Meet the locals of the area: pods of dolphins surfing the bow waves to spotting Australian fur seals as the soak up the sun on the shorelines. Seasonally you can join the search for the majestic Humpback whales as they migrate along the east coast of Australia. The Vista Lounge offers floor to ceiling windows for optimum viewing from the comfort of your seat, complemented by spacious outdoor decks so you can immerse yourself in the experience.

Day 4: Swansea to St Helens

ITINERARY DAY 1: Arrive Hobart

After collecting your vehicle, make your way into Australia’s second oldest capital, Hobart. After checking into your accommodation head up to Mount Wellington summit and take in the panoramic view of region.

Today as you head further north you will find a slice of coastal heaven. Home to crystal clear waters, gorgeous white sandy beaches and orange granite boulders famously known as the Bay of Fires. After basing yourself at St Helens you are able to explore this region to your hearts content. Maybe join another cruise with Bay of Fires Eco Cruises who depart from Binalong Bay.

Bay of Fires. Credit: Stu Gibson

Day 5: St Helens to Launceston

Once you reach Launceston there are many attractions to see and do including Cataract Gorge with hiking trails, beautiful gardens, local wildlife, and the world’s longest single span chairlift. Get that Insta shot of flowering purple fields at Bridestowe Lavender farm or travel out to the Tamar Valley home to 32 vineyards and many paddock to plate dining experiences.

Day 6: Depart Launceston

Before you Tassie adventure is over and you head back home; you might wish to visit Penny Royal with adventure activities, cellar door tastings and dining experiences.

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Day 2: Hobart to Swansea

Port Arthur Historic Site is located 90min from Hobart in the beautiful harbour at the southernmost tip of the Tasman Peninsula. The UNESCO world heritage site is Australia’s most interactive and evocative convict sites. With over 100 acres and 30 historic buildings to explore you will easily get lost in the captivating stories and stunning scenery. Following a late lunch at the revitalised 1830 restaurant and bar you will head north to your next stop in Swansea.

Freycinet National Park. Credit: Lauren Bath

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Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. Credit Emilie Ristevski


» 7 days car hire with Hertz in a Toyota Corolla or similar including excess reduction » 1 nights’ accommodation, Launceston » 1 nights’accommodation, Stanley


» 2 nights’ accommodation, Cradle Mountain » 1 nights’ accommodation, Strahan


» The River and Rainforest Heritage Rail Journey

DAY 1: Arrive Launceston

» 1 nights’ accommodation, Hobart

Welcome to the city of Launceston, gateway to Tasmania’s premium wine region, lavender fields, and riverside historic villages. On the doorstep is a slice of wilderness, just a short distance from town centre is Cataract Gorge. After you have collected your vehicle you are able to head off and start exploring.

DAY 2: Launceston to Stanley

Today travel north west through to Stanley. You will pass through many stunning towns including Penguin which gets its name from the nearby penguin rookery. Stanley is famous for fresh fish and chips, picture perfect colonial buildings and of course ‘The Nut’ - an ancient and immense flat-topped volcanic plug which sits 150 metres up from the water’s edge.

The Nut. Credit: Lusy Productions

DAY 3: Stanley to Cradle Mountain

Before reaching your next destination, Cradle Mountain, take a side trip into the port city of Burnie and taste some award-winning cheese, sample boutique whiskey ,or check out the best place to see local craft and artisans at work in the Makers Workshop. Feeling like a short walk? Head out behind the city where there are many interesting bushwalks and serval waterfalls.

DAY 4: At Cradle Mountain

Hogarth Fall, Strahan. Credit:Pete Harmsen



A free day to explore Cradle Mountain. This area is one of Tasmania’s most spectacular locations with dramatic scenery and abundant wildlife. There are numerous walks available in the park, including a gentle hike

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around Dove Lake which sits in the shadows of Cradle Mountain’s jagged contours. Don’t forget to look out for the local wombats, it’s a treat to seem them grazing around some of the trails.

DAY 5: Cradle Mountain to Strahan

Continuing to Tasmania’s west coast where you will arrive in the charming harbour-side town of Strahan. After you have checked into your accommodation you can take a stroll to Hogarth falls and go platypus spotting or hire a bike and cycle one of the many trails around town.

DAY 6: Strahan to Hobart

All aboard!! The West Coast Wilderness Railway, a journey through the ancient rainforests and along the foreshore of the river. Listen to the many intriguing and historical stories that brought the locomotive to life. After lunch you will head south west for your last night in the states capital city Hobart.

DAY 7: Depart Hobart

This morning you are free to explore this beautiful harbour city; buzzing with beautiful heritage buildings, botanic gardens, and gourmet food. The Salamanca markets are on every Saturday, not to be missed if your holidays end on the right day of the week. Discover the colourful markets boasting local produce, art and crafts. Head to the airport to drop your vehicle off before flying home.

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Wineglass Bay. Credit: Matthew Donovan

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ITINERARY DAY 1: Arrive Hobart

Welcome to Hobart; after you have checked into your central accommodation it is time to explore this picturesque city. Check out the old colonial buildings, pick up some last-minute gear or if want warm up your legs why not take a walk along the river’s edge.

DAY 2: Hobart to Coles Bay

The journey begins with a transfer pick up from your accommodation. Once on the road you are heading north to Freycinet National Park, Coles Bay. Here you will board the Naturaliste for a spectacular sea cruise down the western length of the Peninsula to Schouten Island, the southernmost part of Freycinet National Park. After a picnic lunch and swim choose between a short climb up Bear Hill for expansive views of the Freycinet Peninsula, or fish for flathead in Schouten Passage with our coxswain. Return to Coles Bay by boat, then transfer

to Friendly Beaches Lodge for an evening meal of fresh fish (perhaps caught by you that day!) and fine wine.

DAY 3: At Coles Bay

Rise with the sun for another boating adventure down the Peninsula, there are two walks to choose from this morning. The walk from Bryan’s Beach journeys through sclerophyll forests and along beaches to the renowned Wineglass Bay. Or for those seeking a serious challenge, opt for the climb from Cook’s Beach to the top of Mt Graham (579m above sea level) where you’ll enjoy wonderful views of The Hazards’ dusky pink rock outcrops, before arriving into Wineglass Bay via spectacular Quartzite Ridge. The two groups will re-join at Wineglass Bay in the late afternoon – the perfect time to swim in its crystalline waters, enjoy a cup of tea and exchange stories about the morning’s adventures. Feeling refreshed, take the climb to Wineglass Bay Lookout for sublime views, then descend to the waiting vehicle for your transfer back to the lodge. Enjoy soothing hot showers before drinks and dinner.

DAY 4: At Coles Bay

Enjoy a hearty breakfast before transferring to secluded Bluestone Bay for the start of the walk. Explore the fascinating geology of White-Water Wall and little Bluestone Bay before climbing to the cliff tops. Journey back to the lodge on foot, following an ancient track through sacred bushland once followed by the Oyster Bay Tribe and now used exclusively by Friendly Beaches Lodge guests. The headland is home to a stunning array of native plants, including the giant Xanthorrhoea (Grass Trees). Continue along the white sands of Friendly Beaches, perhaps celebrating with a dip in the ocean waters before arriving back at the lodge where cool drinks and homemade afternoon tea await. End the day

Freycinet Experience Walk. Credit: Tourism Australia

savouring a well-deserved meal, then relax with a glass of wine by the roaring fire.

DAY 5: Depart Hobart

Rise early and head to the beach for morning coffee, or sleep in and pretend you never have to leave. After breakfast, there is an optional walk along the fossil-rich ridgeline of Mt Mary and a descent to Saltwater Lagoon, where you’ll experience the curious honks and calls of countless wild black swans and pelicans in their natural nesting ground. After a delightful brunch, a convivial affair where experiences of the last four days are recalled and delicious food shared, take a final stroll along Friendly Beaches to Isaac’s Point. Say goodbye to Friendly Beaches lodge and transfer back to Hobart. You will arrive back at Hobart at 5pm and if you are booked on a flight, the transfer will drop you off at Hobart Airport. Please note, we recommend flights depart after 6pm.

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ALL INTO ONE If you were to take all that is Australian – diverse wildlife, the wide open spaces and red earth of the Outback, fascinating Aboriginal culture and history, uncrowded sandy beaches, friendly locals, exceptional food & wine and rolled it all into one destination – you would have South Australia.

Winery, McLaren Vale, SA. Credit: Tourism Australia


Home to Australia’s premier wine producing region – the Barossa Valley, the best place in Australia to see native wildlife in their natural habitat on Kangaroo Island and the historic Murray River - South Australia is rich in heritage offering something for everyone, no matter the time of the year.


TOP EXPERIENCES: » Shop up a storm at Rundle Mall in Adelaide » Swim with the Dolphins in the seaside precinct of Glenelg » Visit bakeries, craft shops & galleries in Hahndorf - Australia’s oldest surviving German village in the Adelaide Hills » Visit Kangaroo Island - arguably the best place in Australia to see the wildest range of Australian native animals in their natural habitats amongst dramatic coastal scenery and pristine beaches » Take a tour of historic wineries and world-famous vineyards in the Barossa Valley

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» Walk or cycle the 25-kilometre Riesling Trail between vineyards and restaurants, past churches and classic stone buildings in the Clare Valley » Walk to the rim of Wilpena Pound, a huge natural amphitheatre » Fossick for opals in the underground town of Coober Pedy - recognised as the largest producer of opals in the world » Get up close to hundreds of wetland birds as you sail along the waterways of the Coorong on the Limestone Coast » Take in sandstone cliffs from a historic paddlesteamer on the Murray River

Adelaide City. Credit: Stewart Bishop

Stokes Bay, Kangaroo Island. Credit: South Australian Tourism Commissio


INCLUSIONS » 3 nights’ accommodation, Adelaide » Full day McLaren Vale & The Cube experience with return transfers from Adelaide » Full day Kangaroo Island Experience with return transfers from Adelaide

ITINERARY DAY 1: Arrive Adelaide

After checking into your central accommodation it’s time to head out and explore the town. Wander through the Central Markets and treat yourself to some of South Australia’s famous produce or head over to the iconic Adelaide Oval and take a climb over its unique roofline.

DAY 2: At Adelaide

MCLAREN VALE THE CUBE. Credit:Tourism Australia

Head out through the southern suburbs and along the metropolitan coastline. The highlight of the day is the d’Arenberg Cube. Nestled amongst the vineyards, this five level “Rubiks Cube” has much to offer from the Alternate Realities Museum to its art installations. Enjoy a formal wine tasting before heading to lunch. Next visit will be at Beresford Wines where you can choose from one of three tastings in the new Tasting Pavilion. The final cellar door of the day will be at Wirra Wirra Vineyards, where you will enjoy a short tour and a structured tasting of their range of quality wines. Finish off with some spare time in the main street of McLaren Vale before heading back to Adelaide.

From Remarkable Rocks to playful fur seals, your journey to Kangaroo Island will be a highlight of this trip. Join the guided walk on the beach among a colony of rare and wild Australian sea lions. Get up close and see these wild creatures frolic and laze about. Spend some time at the Flinders Chase National Park, which was devastated in January 2020 in the worst fire to ever hit the island. You will see the regeneration of the native bush as you travel through the park. Keep an eye out for wild echidnas, wallabies, reptiles, and koalas. Finally, get that amazing view from the Remarkable Rocks and the Admirals Arch boardwalk which takes you down a rugged cliff face to reveal the spectacular rock archway, a natural nursery haven for playful long-nosed Fur Seals.

DAY 4: Depart Adelaide

After a relaxing morning, it’s time to check out and head off to your next adventure.

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Murray River. Credit: Murray River Walk

INCLUSIONS » 2 nights’ accommodation, Adelaide. » Return transfers from Adelaide to Murray River » 3 nights’ Murray River Discovery Cruise including all meals, onshore tours, guided nature walks and eco excursions plus live entertainment.

ITINERARY DAY 1: Arrive Adelaide*

Welcome to the city of Adelaide, home of the Adelaide Oval, heritage buildings and gateway to some of Australia’s most notable vineyards. Once in town take a walk around the historic city streets and discover hidden gems like St Peters Cathedral or the Adelaide Parklands. Be sure to stop by the famous Haigh’s Chocolates visitor centre.

DAY 2: At Adelaide

Today is free to explore the town or region. You might like to head out to the McLaren Vale and visit the 5 level ‘Rubiks Cube’ known at the d’Arenberg Cube. Perhaps you would like to venture down to Kangaroo Island to discover over 250 species of bird life, wild koalas, and kangaroos.

6 DAY DOWN THE MURRAY DAY 4: At Murray River

After a hearty breakfast you will have a choice to join a guided tour of the towns historic landmarks and local attractions or go on a wildlife tour at Monarto Safari Park (additional cost). Those who choose to experience Monarto Safari Park will arrive back on board the PS Murray Princess in time for lunch. Meet at the Sturt Dining Room for a special presentation on the bounty of food and wine produced in the Riverland. In the afternoon, the cruise will continue the journey upriver then moor at Salt Bush Flat. After dinner, enjoy being entertained by the talented crew.

DAY 5: At Murray River

Join a guided nature walk this morning where your guide will share the secrets of the local flora and fauna. Near Fromm’s Landing, the cruise will turn and head downriver to River View Lodge (near Piggy Flat/Coolcha) where your discovery vessel waits to embark on a

wildlife tour. Travelling in small, personalised groups, you explore the maze of the river and the amazing birdlife. Watch for darters, herons and egrets feeding along the river’s muddy edges. The afternoon offers a choice of bocce or fishing challenges before a delicious final night dinner in the Sturt Dining Room.

DAY 6: Murray River to Adelaide

As the PS Murray Princess heads back to Mannum you will enjoy your last scenic breakfast before disembarking and heading back into Adelaide. *Packages need to start on a Wednesday as the cruise only departs Fridays.

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DAY 3: Adelaide to Murray River

Enjoy a relaxing morning before you join your fellow cruise passengers aboard the PS Murray Princess. Departing from the historic town of Mannum, birthplace of Murray River trade and communication, set off downriver while you enjoy a Welcome Dinner. As you cruise under floodlight to the overnight mooring at Mundurra you may see nocturnal wildlife on the riverbank. Watch for kangaroos, hairy-nosed wombats, tortoises, egrets, and many other species. The on-board entertainer provides music for the night owls.



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Murray Princess. Credit: South Australian Tourism Commission

Seal Bay Conservation Park, Kangaroo Island. Credit: South Australian Tourism Commission

5 DAY WINE AND WILDLIFE TRAIL INCLUSIONS » 5 days car hire with Hertz in a Nissan Qashqai or similar including excess reduction » 1 nights' accommodation, Adelaide Hills » 2 nights’ accommodation, Kangaroo Island » 1 nights' accommodation, Victor Harbour » Return ferry transfer to Kangaroo Island including vehicle

DAY 3: At Kangaroo Island

Today you have the opportunity to explore the island treasures. Visit local wineries, sample fresh local oysters, stock up on quality local honey, check out the seals lazing on the beach over at Seal Bay and spot wild native Australian animals including kangaroos, koalas, echidnas and many species of birds including the gorgeous glossy black-cockatoo. You might want to chill out along the white sandy beaches of Emu Bay or take that iconic photo at the Remarkable Rocks.

DAY 4: Kangaroo Island to Victor Harbour

German settlement in Australia, Hahndorf. Take a stroll

After getting back to the mainland you will travel a short distance to your final destination, the relaxing seaside town of Victor Harbour. Take a dip at one of the quiet sandy beaches, hike on one of the many trails and take in some stunning clifftop views. You could also head over to head over to Goolwa and jump on board an epic sunset cruise over the Coorong.

buildings, check out the local galleries or even go

DAY 5: Victor Harbour to Adelaide

ITINERARY DAY 1: Adelaide to Adelaide Hills Only 30 minutes out of the city you find the oldest

down the picturesque main street lined with heritage

strawberry picking at the iconic Beerenberg Farm. Once

As you make you way back toward Adelaide make sure

The White House, Hahndorf, SA. Credit:South Australian Tourism Commission

to have time for a side trip through McLaren Vale and stop by the ‘must see’ icon the d’Arenberg Cube. Well known for the ‘Unfinished Rubik’s Cube’ styled building along with the museum of ‘Alternate Realities’, art installations and top floor tasting room, the d’Arenberg Cube makes a great highlight for your last day.

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you reach Longview Vineyard take a wander through the fields and join a wine tasting experience while seated in the rustic-chic space overlooking the lush surroundings of the Adelaide Hills.

DAY 2: Adelaide Hills to Kangaroo Island Heading south you journey through the picturesque

Fleurieu Peninsula before boarding the ferry over to

Kangaroo Island. Here you will be staying in the town of

Penneshaw, home to a great range of dining options and the perfect spot to swim with the local dolphin and seal population along the stunning island coastlines.

Longview Vineyard. Credit: Longview Vineyard

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Almonta Beach, Coffin Bay National Park. Credit:South Australian Tourism Commission

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ITINERARY DAY 1: Arrive Adelaide

With picturesque parklands, clear-water beaches and a rich selection of craft beers, wines and spirits, Adelaide sure is a vibrant city to suit everyone’s tastes. Why not get head out and see it for yourself?

DAY 2: Adelaide to Port Lincoln

Rising bright and early this morning your transfer will take you to the airport to board your flight to Port Lincoln. You will be met by your local guide and over a hot cup of coffee they will share an overview of what exciting things are to come. After a little exploring around Port Lincoln you will enjoy a tantalising lunch of local seafood harvest. Following lunch, board the ’Tesla’, a unique electric canal cruiser and enjoy a tranquil cruise around Port Lincoln’s Marina and learn about Australia’s largest commercial fishing fleet. Explore some stunning coastline at Sleaford Bay and Whalers Way, before visiting Mikkira Station, home of a wild



koala population where you can get some fantastic photos. Afterwards you will have some time to relax and enjoy dinner at an award-winning restaurant.

DAY 3: At Port Lincoln

This morning you will start the day exploring the breathtakingly beautiful Lincoln National Park. Enjoy morning tea at Stamford Hill after an invigorating climb and visit to Cape Donington and the pristine beaches and lookouts on offer. Then it’s back to Port Lincoln for lunch at the iconic Fresh Fish Place. In the afternoon you will visit Boston Bay Wines for tastings and Glen Forest Tourist Park for up close and personal wildlife encounters and a little more wine tasting at Lincoln Estate. After another full day it’s time to settle in for a great evening meal and local wine. Today there is also an option to upgrade to one of the best interactive wildlife experiences in Australia, swimming with playful Australian sea lions. This half-day cruise to the crystal-clear waters of Seal Cove off Port Lincoln is an optional extra upgrade but is sure to be one of the most memorable wildlife encounters you will ever have.

Boston Bay Winery. Credit: South Australian Tourism Commission

DAY 4: Port Lincoln to Adelaide

Today is a foodie’s dream day. Start by exploring the pristine Coffin Bay National Park famed for its white sandy beaches and enjoy morning tea at the beautiful Yangie Bay picnic area. Following this you will have a unique harvest experience on the Coffin Bay Oyster Farm Tour. Put on some waders and sit down at a semi-submerged ’Salt Water Pavilion’ located at their working commercial Oyster Lease. Feast on the world’s most sought-after oysters plucked straight out of the ocean. Enjoy Chef Andy’s favourite dishes sampling a range of local produce from the sea and land at the 1802 Oyster Bar & Restaurant. On the way back into town visit a hidden secret for a sweet treat and caffeine hit. Enjoy a lovely walk along the foreshore before a visit to the Eyre Peninsula’s very own boutique brewery, Beer Garden Brewing. Get ready for your final taste sensation, enjoying some locally brewed beers and wood-fired pizza. Afterwards you will be transferred to the Port Lincoln Airport to fly back to Adelaide.

DAY 5: Depart Adelaide

Today you depart Adelaide. Depending on the timing of your departure, you could make your way down to the famous Adelaide Oval and join the sunrise experience on the Roof Climb and get that last view of the city before heading off.

Pricing from Gunyah Beach Sand Dunes, Coffin Bay. Credit: South Australian Tourism Commission

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Bunyeroo Valley, Flinders Ranges. Credit: South Australian Tourism Commission

INCLUSIONS » 6 days car hire with Hertz in a Nissan Qashqai or similar including excess reduction » 1 nights' accommodation, Adelaide » 1 nights' accommodation, Port Augusta » 2 nights’ accommodation, Flinders Ranges » 1 nights' accommodation, Barossa Valley » Half day guided tour of Wilpena Pound » 20-minute scenic flight over Wilpena Pound


DAY 4: At Flinders Ranges

Adelaide is a vibrant city surrounded by parklands, history and rich in great food and wine. On your stay check out the Adelaide Zoo, which is home to 2,500 animals including the only giant pandas in the southern hemisphere. Venture to the Adelaide Oval, which is easily located as the centrepiece of the Adelaide Riverbank. Here you can soak up spectacular views of the city on a thrilling RoofClimb adventure.

During your stay you will take flight and behold the true wonder of Wilpena Pound and what makes this area so unique. From the air you may also see the Elder Range, Edeowie Gorge, Lake Torrens, the Heysen Range and St. Mary Peak. The half day 4WD trip will explore more than 800 million years of geological history in the “Corridor Through Time”. Marvel at the rugged beauty of Brachina and Bunyeroo Gorges. Search for Yellow Footed Rock Wallabies and enjoy sweeping views of Bunyeroo Valley and the eastern wall of Wilpena Pound.

DAY 2: Adelaide to Port Augusta

DAY 5: Flinders Ranges to Barossa Valley

DAY 1: Arrive Adelaide

The day begins with a leisurely drive northwards travelling along amazing Spencer Gulf. Once in Port Augusta, take a self-guided tour through the Wadlata Outback Centre’s, "Tunnel of Time". This is a must before visiting the Flinders Ranges & Outback. Here you will be transported back to where the dinosaurs roamed the land, be introduced to the people who first owned, explored and settled the land and those who still live there today.

Journeying back down south you will spend your final night in the Barossa Valley where you will find some of the world’s most acclaimed vineyards including Penfolds, Jacobs Creek, Seppeltsfield and many more. Fancy yourself as a sweet tooth? Make sure to stop by The Barossa Chocolate Company, which boasts artisan chocolate and ice cream.

DAY 3: Port Augusta to Flinders Ranges

Spend the morning at a delightful breakfast café set amid the splendid Barossa rolling hills before making your way back to Adelaide Airport to return your vehicle and fly home.

From Port Augusta, the road loops east before plunging into the far north of South Australia – a hard, dry but undeniably epic landscape that enticed and ultimately defeated so many 19th century European settlers. Townships are few and far between in these parts and we recommend a stop at Quorn for a slice of quandong (wild peach) pie at the appropriately named Quandong Cafe.

Dining, Barossa Valley. Credit: SA Tourism Comission

Your accommodation for the next two nights will be at Wilpena Pound Resort which is the only accommodation located within the Ikara Flinders Ranges National Park. This extraordinary landscape is 800 million years old and has been home to Adnyamathanha people for tens of thousands of years.

DAY 6: Barossa Valley to Adelaide

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The Arkaba Walk, Elder Camp, Elder Range, Flinders Ranges . Credit: South Australian Tourism Comission


» Return transfers from Adelaide to Arkaba Homestead

» 1 nights' accommodation, Arkaba Homestead with dinner and Breakfast. » Guided ‘Lay of the Land’ safari experience

» 3 nights Original Arkaba Walk including accommodation, full board, beverages & local South Australian wine.

Day 3: At Arkaba Signature campsite

ITINERARY DAY 1: Adelaide to Arkaba Homestead

This morning you will be met by a guide at your hotel lobby before hitting the open road to Arkaba. Heading north, you will bypass the small country towns of Virgina, Two Wells and Dublin. Keep an eye out for the imaginative collection of large sculptures along the highway, made by way of protesting the development of a waste facility in the small town. Stop for lunch on the banks of Bumbunga Lake before heading past the infamous Snowtown, Redhill, Port Pirie and Port Germein before another short stop in the historic railway town of Quorn. Arrive at the Arkaba Homestead by 5pm in time to freshen up before your guided lay of the land experience and a three-course meal hosted by one of Arkaba’s field guides.

DAY 2: At Arkaba Signature campsite

After fuelling up at breakfast it is time to explore. The distance today is approximately 13km through the flat interior of Wilpena Pound and a gradual 1.5km ascent to the rim of the Pound, then climbing 200 metres ahead of a steeper descent of about 1km into Arkaba wilderness. Here



you will arrive at Black’s Gap Signature Swag Camp. Expect to walk into camp at around 5:30pm in time to settle in, take a hot bush shower (with a view!) and enjoy a pre-dinner drink and canapes service as the sun sinks behind the ancient ramparts of Wilpena Pound. The signature camp is located between Bunbinyana Range and Wilpena Pound, on a site previously occupied by a shepherd in the late 1850s. The field guide and camp assistant will prepare a threecourse evening feast, taken al fresco under the evening sky and accompanied by local South Australian wine. Enjoy some interesting tales around our bush TV, the good old campfire, and retire to your swag bed for an unforgettable night under a canopy of stars. Today is arguably the most scenic, as you move out from Black’s Gap into the rolling hills more suited to the sheep farming activities previously carried out across the property. The first 2km will follow the famous Heysen Trail through Black’s Gap itself revealing a fascinating insight into the pastoral history of the region, pausing at old shepherds’ camps and mustering yards, with Red and Grey Kangaroos and Emus all regular sightings. The last leg of the day will take you slightly west into rolling hills and culminating in a sharp 1km climb of about 100m in elevation to the summit of the Red Range. Here you will be rewarded with panoramic views of the Ikara Flinders Ranges before moving on to the foot of Elder Range passing through beautiful stands of native Cypress trees. Your luggage will have been transported by vehicle to your next signature swag camp, our Elder Camp. A hot bush shower, dinner and another special night under the great Australian sky awaits.

DAY 4: At Arkaba Homestead

Wake to glorious morning light creeping up on the Elder Range. As you move south east the first few kilometres will be amongst hill country at the foot of the Elder Range. Walking through Mallee and native pine forests,

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you will cross Slaty Creek which can hold precious water well into the dry season, sometimes even offering the opportunity to drink from clear, ice cold springs. Ascending the Red Range and down onto the banks of the Arkaba Creek, you will pass time-honoured and rejuvenating River Red Gums, with plenty of opportunities to spot birds that commune in the canopy, including galahs, parrots and honeyeater species. Pass reliable water points providing year-round life support for kangaroos, parrots and emus. The pace is unhurried with time to stop and breathe in the outback, view wildlife and take photographs. Arrive Arkaba Homestead mid-afternoon and relax or perhaps partake in a massage or a scenic flight over the ancient ramparts of Wilpena Pound. This evening you will enjoy a hosted feast and guided viewing of the Southern Hemisphere’s clearest skies silhouetted against mountains half a billion(!) years in the making.

Day 5: Arkaba Homestead to Adelaide

Enjoy breakfast at the Arkaba Homestead before departing at 8:30am for your scenic overland transfer to Adelaide via South Australia’s Clare Valley wine country. You’ll make your way through the historic outback towns of Quorn, Wilmington, Mount Remarkable and Melrose, all famous for their nature filled valleys and riverbeds. Lined with massive River Red Gum trees, the land around these towns is home to a multitude of native Australian animals and birds. Head from Melrose into the beautiful Clare Valley, a region famous for its wines. Enjoy lunch and some wine tasting before continuing south to arrive in Adelaide at approximately 5pm.

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some of Australia’s most spectacular scenery, heading towards Esperance. This part of Western Australia has no less than nine National Parks and some of the best beaches in the world.

DAY 7: At Cape Le Grand National Park

Crystal clear waters, powdery, white sands, expansive granite bluffs, and sunbathing kangaroos? Sound like a dream? Well, it’s not, because today you’ll wake up in paradise. Pristine and perfect are two words that reflect the absolute beauty of Cape Le Grand National Park. The ocean here is transparent, and the sand at Lucky Bay has twice been judged Australia’s whitest. Meet the iconic western greys, who don’t mind posing for that iconic kangaroo selfie. Spend the whole day exploring, swimming and bushwalking. You’ll also have some free time to do whatever you please.

DAY 8: Cape Le Grand National Park to Stirling Ranges

Eyre Peninsula. Credit: South Australian Tourism Comission


» 1 nights' accommodation, Adelaide

» 9 nights camping adventure, incuding: lexpert local guide, transportation, camping equipment and sites, Meals (9 x breakfasts, 10 x lunches & 9 x dinners) & all National Park and entry fees. » 1 nights' accommodation, Perth

ITINERARY DAY 1: Arrive Adelaide

After checking into your accommodation you have some time to get some last-minute treats and gear before hitting the hay early dreaming of the 10 day adventure that awaits you starting tomorrow.

DAY 2: Adelaide to Mt. Remarkable National Park

Time to head north to the small town of Port Wakefield before exploring the beautiful beaches around Wallaroo on the Yorke Peninsula. Moving on you will have the chance to stroll along South Australia’s longest jetty, built-in 1881 located in the seaside town of Port Germein. Continuing along the road you will arrive at Mt. Remarkable National Park situated in the Southern Flinders Ranges to set up camp for the night.

DAY 3: Mt. Remarkable National Park & Eyre Peninsula

Wake up and have breakfast to the sounds of native birdlife before you embark on the first hike to explore Davey’s Gully. Take in stunning views across the Spencer

Gulf, see unique silo art in Kimba and after a quick pitstop for lunch, head towards the wildly beautiful Eyre Peninsula. Spot dolphins surfing the waves at Venus Bay and explore magical Talia Caves before testing out your sandboarding skills in some epic dunes. After arriving at the next camp site, the Park Farm Retreat, dine on a delicious BBQ feast and share stories with fellow travellers before hitting your swag for another night.

DAY 4: Eyre Peninsula to Baird Bay

This morning, peel on a wetsuit for a two-hour learn-to-surf lesson on a pristine beach with Sceale Bay Surf School. Those not wanting to surf will be able to relax, swim or explore. Following a picnic lunch, it’s time to go swimming with the ever-playful wild sea lions and majestic dolphins on a 3-hour cruise in the sheltered waters of Baird Bay. This is an optional extra cost experience, however it will be a memory to treasure forever.

DAY 5: Baird Bay to the Nullarbor

Taking to the road and travel the mighty Nullarbor Plain. Take a snap of the world-famous wombat, kangaroo and camel road sign, and experience the jaw-dropping beauty of the ‘Edge of Australia’ at the Bunda Cliffs. Stop at the iconic Nullarbor Roadhouse, explore the ruins of an old telegraph station and come late arvo, cross the border into Western Australia. Tonight’s entertainment is provided courtesy of the celestial sphere.

Sunrise here is spectacular, and it’s also when the kangaroos are at their most active. Wander onto the beach nice and early to see these, before a hike up Frenchman Peak. A challenging yet rewarding hike, wow at the beautiful vistas which span right across Cape Le Grand and the Recherche Archipelago. Refuel with a lunch stop on one of the many beaches on Esperance’s Great Ocean Drive, then settle in for the onwards drive to our Stirling Ranges campsite at Mount Trio.

DAY 9: Stirling Ranges to Margaret River

Today you will visit - the Porongurups for a two-hour hike through spectacular forests to Castle Rock and jump back on the bus for a magnificent coastal drive towards Albany. Be wowed at The Gap and Natural Bridge before stopping for a dip at Elephant Rocks and Greens Pool in William Bay National Park. From the coast to the forest, discover the old-growth forests of the Walpole Wilderness Region with the last stop of the day at the largest Tingle Tree in Western Australia.

DAY 10: At Margaret River

You put adventure aside today as you taste your way around the world-renowned Margaret River region. Whatever your taste buds desire, you will find it here. From wine to gin, and chocolate to cheese, by the end of the day you will be feeling very satisfied and merry. Cheers to that!

DAY 11: Margaret River to Perth

Roll up your swag one last time before meeting Wardandi custodian, Josh. He will introduce you to the world’s oldest living culture with his authentic and personal interpretation. Go deep down into the Ngilgi Cave for a memorable underground didgeridoo performance, taste native foods, and experience traditional fire-lighting. Before reaching Perth, you will make a stop at the popular tourist town of Busselton, which features a 19th-century jetty that stretches 1.8km into Geographe Bay.

DAY 12: Depart Perth

During a leisurely breakfast you will reflect over the last 10 adventurous days travelling across the Nullarbor to Perth and remember all the amazing memories you have created before heading out to the airport to head home.

DAY 6: Nullarbor to Cape Le Grand National Park Travelling across Australia’s longest straight road – ’90 Mile Straight’. Visit the outback town of Balladonia, which shot to worldwide fame in 1979 when the Skylab space station returned to Earth here rather abruptly. After another reasonably big drive today with plenty of entertainment and stops along the way, Get ready for

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You can lose and find yourself in the Northern Territory, a place rich in Aboriginal history and rugged natural beauty. Immerse yourself in Darwin's melting pot of cuisines, cultures and explore the rainforest and Aboriginal rock art of World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park. Uluru Aboriginal Tours. Credit: James Fisher/Tourism Australia


Stay in the Red Centre town of Alice Springs, then visit the iconic wonders of Uluru, Kata Tjuta and Kings Canyon. Cruise down vast Katherine Gorge and pan for gold at Tennant Creek. The Northern Territory also offers a huge array of wildlife, colourful outback characters and landscapes for outdoor adventure.


TOP EXPERIENCES: » Make time for a day trip to Litchfield National Park where you can swim in waterfalls and waterholes. » Experience one of Darwin’s fiery sunsets on-board a harbour cruise or at one of the many harbourside restaurants, bars or pubs » See wildlife, waterfalls and one of the world’s largest areas of accessible rock art in Kakadu National Park » Cruise the East Alligator River & Yellow Water Billabong in Kakadu National Park to see crocodiles and more than 280 species of birds » See Uluru (Ayers Rock) from the back of a camel or Harley Davidson

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» Sit back & relax on a scenic cruise through the stunning Katherine Gorge in Nitmiluk National Park or take a helicopter for a birds-eye view » Visit the Royal Flying Doctor Service in Alice Springs – the first aerial medical organisation of its type in the world » Walk around the base of Uluru (Ayers Rock) with an Anangu guide and learn the dreamtime stories of this area world heritage listed area » Enjoy a gourmet BBQ dinner underneath a starlit sky as the sunsets over Uluru and Kata Tjuta at the Sounds of Silence dinner » Walk through the giant domes of Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) on the Valley of the Winds walk

Darwin city aerial at sunset. Credit: Tourism NT/Shaana McNaught

Crocosaurus Cove's Cage of Death. Credit:Tourism NT/Crocosaurus Cove



» 3 nights’ accommodation, Darwin

» Entry to Royal Flying Doctor Service Museum

» 3 nights’ accommodation, Darwin

» 1 Day Hop on & Hop off bus pass

» Darwin Harbour Sunset Cruise

» Darwin Harbour Dinner Cruise

» Entry to Crocosaurus Cove

» Jumping Crocs & Nature Explorer Tour

» Full day Tiwi Island Cultural Experience



On arrival into Darwin make your own way to your accommodation before setting out to explore the multicultural capital city of NT. Where the climate sets the scene for a variety of unique outdoor experiences and activities thanks to its balmy weather and the friendly, easy going attitude of locals. Take a stroll around the waterfront and discover some amazing smells of Darwin’s’ best dining experiences.

Welcome to Darwin, the top end explorer’s gateway, home to the iconic salty crocs, brilliant outback landscapes and diverse cultural heritage. This evening you will join a Darwin Harbour Dinner Cruise where you will watch the sunset while enjoying a delicious territory style set dinner with Australian seafood and local produce.

DAY 1: Arrive Darwin

DAY 2: At Darwin

Travelling 60km from Darwin you will board your cruise on the Adelaide River; home to over 1600 crocodiles. Experience the thrill of these amazing prehistoric creatures’ launching themselves out of the water for a bite to eat.

DAY 3: At Darwin

Today you will get to know the city’s tropical lifestyle, wildlife, and history. Climb aboard the double decker hop-on, hop-off bus and see all that Darwin has to offer. Visit Crocosaurus Cove where you can get up close personal with Australian’s iconic “Salty” crocodile. Learn the history, development, and impact of the Royal Flying Doctor service or maybe head out to one of the two stunning national parks at Darwin’s doorstep.

DAY 4: Depart Darwin

Enjoy the morning to yourselves to relax or explore more. You could enjoy breakfast down by the waterfront before heading back to the airport. *Charles Darwin Sunset Cruise does not operate from 11 Dec 21 – 28 Feb 22.

DAY 1: Arrive Darwin

DAY 2: At Darwin

Take this once-in-a-lifetime trip to visit a modern-day Aboriginal community on the unique haven known as the Tiwi Islands. Be enthralled with a colorful depiction of the Tiwi ‘Dreamtime’ stories and Early Mission Precinct with its unique Tiwi style Catholic Church. Spend some time with the Tiwi ladies as they demonstrate their totem dances and smoking ceremony whilst explaining the meaning behind them. Sample a classic billy tea and damper with your lunch and enjoy time to explore the local crafts before heading back to Darwin.

DAY 3: At Darwin

Today you are free to explore at your own leisure. You can choose to stay in town and visit Crocosaurus Cove, the Royal Flying Doctor Service or the Botanical gardens. Alternatively, you may decide to head out and explore one of the many national parks at your doorstep.

DAY 4: Depart Darwin

Enjoy a leisurely morning before checking out of your accommodation and heading back to the airport. *Charles Darwin Dinner Cruise does not operate from 11 Dec 21 – 28 Feb 22. *Tiwi Island Tour operates Thurs & Fri only between 1 April – 10 Dec excluding any public holidays.

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Guided cultural tours in Kakadu. Credit: Tourism NT/James Fisher

5 DAY KAKADU & LITCHFIELD EXPEDITION escarpment and within the National Park. Here you will be treated to a classic Aussie BBQ.

INCLUSIONS » 2 nights’ accommodation, Darwin » 3 day/2 night Kakadu & Litchfield Guided 4WD Expedition including: 2 nights camping equipment & site fees, Accommodation transfers, Meals (2 x Breakfasts, 3 x Lunches, 2 x Dinners) 4WD expedition vehicle, Local guide & Wildlife and Crocodile cruise

DAY 3: Kakadu National Park to Litchfield National Park

Rise early for a day filled with spectacular waterfalls and some great walks. Hike to the top of the Arnhemland Escarpment at Twin Falls and enjoy fantastic views and swimming in pristine pools. Hike to Jim Jim Falls, a 1km walk to the plunge pool for a refreshing swim surrounded by towering sandstone cliffs. From here you will head off to the camp at Litchfield National Park.

DAY 4: Litchfield National Park to Darwin

ITINERARY DAY 1: Arrive Darwin

Welcome to the top end capital Darwin. To check out the many amazing sights and attractions hidden in the city jump on the hop on, hop off bus. Don’t forget to head down to the harbour and watch the sunset before picking one of the many Asian inspired restaurants on the waterfront.

Wake early to the sounds of the wild Australian outback before heading into the Litchfield National Park. The first stop is Wangi Falls where you can take a swim in the beautiful natural plunge pool. Then visit Tolmer Falls Buley Rockhole, Litchfield National Parkl. Credit: Tourism NT/Backyard Bandits

DAY 2: Darwin to Kakadu National Park

Today is the start of your 3 Day Kakadu & Litchfield Guided 4WD Expedition. Start your journey by heading out towards Kakadu National Park and join a wildlife cruise on Corroborree Billabong. This is a great opportunity to get fantastic photos of the local wildlife. Heading further in you will stop for a scenic picnic lunch on the East Alligator Riverbank with the opportunity to spot some crocs and flying foxes. Then travel on to the world famous Ubirr Rock in the north of the park. Ancient rock art and staggering 360o views over the Nardab floodplain and Arnhemland are provided. Tonight’s camp will be at an exclusive safari camp at Garnamarr at the base of the



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with its spectacular views over parklands before making your way to relax at Buley Rockhole. Enjoy a lovely picnic lunch and then head to Florence Falls for another cool swim. Before getting back into Darwin you will make one last stop to explore giant Cathedral Termite and Magnetic Termite mounds.

DAY 5: Depart Darwin

Free time in Darwin before you head back home. A great way to finish your Northern Territory adventure is with the ultimate face-to-face encounter with Australia’s most enthralling apex predator, the Saltwater crocodile at Crocosaurus Cove.

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Arnhem Land. Credit: Tourism NT/James Fisher


» 2 nights’ accommodation, Darwin including breakfast

» 5 day Kakadu, Arnhem Land & Cobourg guided tour including 4WD vehicle with driver guide, 4 nights’ accommodation, Corroboree Billabong cruise, Arnhem Land and Cobourg Peninsula permits and entry fees, Arnhem Land royalties, Cobourg Peninsula boat tour, Victoria Settlement permit fee and select meals

ITINERARY DAY 1: Arrive Darwin

Welcome to Darwin. Your gateway to some of Australia’s stunning national parks; from local markets, Asianinspired cuisine, World War II history, botanic gardens and all-round outdoor lifestyle. After you have checked into your harbour front accommodation you are free to explore the city.

DAY 2: Darwin to Kakadu National Park

Today you set out to the World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park. Enroute you will join a scenic cruise on the picturesque Corroboree Billabong. Here you will have the opportunity to spot a large variety of birdlife and the salty crocodiles in their natural environment. Continuing via the Old Jim Jim Road you will arrive at Maguk (Barramundi Gorge). Enjoy a scenic 1km walk

along the edge of Barramundi Creek before arriving at the base of Barramundi Falls where you have the chance to swim in a natural plunge pool. For sunset you will take a seat up on the slopping sandstone for a panoramic view of the sun setting across Anbangbang Billabong, Nourlangie Rock and the Arnhem Land Escarpment.

DAY 3: Kakadu National Park to Cobourg

Crossing the East Alligator river you will enter Arnhem Land and arrive at the Gunbalanya Aboriginal community to visit the Injalak Arts and Craft Centre. Here you can meet and watch traditional local artists in action. Your Aboriginal guide will show around the Injalak Hill art sites which houses some of the best Aboriginal rock art in Australia. Upon arrival at Venture North's camp at the Cobourg Coastal camp you will be greeted with nibbles on the cliff top whilst you relax as the sun sets over Port Essington.

DAY 4: At Cobourg

This morning will be spent exploring the Northern Territory’s largest marine park by boat. Cobourg is abundant in some amazing marine life including six species of marine turtle, dolphins, sharks, crocodiles, stingrays, mud crabs and plenty of fish. A stop will be made to visit the Victoria Settlement ruins; a third failed military outpost by the British in 1838 lasting only 11 years before it was abandoned. After you have returned to camp you can explore the nearby beaches and creek systems, try your luck at fishing or simply enjoy the solitude while reading a book from a hammock overlooking the ocean.

Kakadu National Park. Credit: Tourism NT/Backyard Bandits

DAY 5: At Cobourg

Time for some 4WD adventures as you explore the eastern side of the Cobourg. This area is home to the first RAMSAR wetland (wetlands of international importance) with freshwater paperbark swamps and billabongs 100m from the coastline. After lunch you will have an opportunity to go hunting for mud crabs using traditional Aboriginal methods. Learn how to hunt and gather these local delicacies before having a go yourself.

DAY 6: Cobourg to Darwin

Departing early you will sit back and enjoy the bush scenery of Arnhem Land pass by as you make the journey back to Darwin. With numerous stops along the way you will view some of Kakadu’s best Aboriginal rock art at Ubirr Rock and the Mamukala wetlands, which at times is a haven for thousands of Magpie Geese as well as many other species of native birds and reptiles.

DAY 7: Depart Darwin

After a leisurely breakfast with the amazing harbour views why not complete the fantastic top end journey with a captivating scenic flight over the city with Kakadu Air before heading home.

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Nitmiluki National Park. Credit: Tourism Australia

8 DAY KAKADU & KATHERINE EXPLORER DAY 3: Darwin to Kakadu National Park

INCLUSIONS » 8 days car hire with Hertz in a Mitsubishi Pajero Sport or similar including excess reduction » 2 nights’ accommodation, Darwin » 2 nights’ accommodation, Jabiru » 2 nights’ accommodation, Katherine » 1 nights' accommodation, Darwin » Guluyambi Cultural Cruise on the East Alligator River » Nitnit Dreaming Two Gorge Cultural Cruise

ITINERARY DAY 1: Arrive Darwin

From the sparkling harbour and WWII history to the city's famous markets and tropical outdoor lifestyle, Darwin is Australia’s tropical capital. Once you have checked into your accommodation, treat yourself to a delicious meal; Darwin’s proximity to Asia and ocean of fresh catches makes it a modern dining delight.

DAY 2: At Darwin

Today is yours to explore before setting off on your top end adventure. How about checking out one of Darwin’s famed markets? Loved by locals and visitors alike, the city’s selection of markets are vibrant, colourful and radiate vitality. Tempt your tastebuds to an array of tantalising street food and fresh farmed fruit. Or you could venture out on a tour over to Sweets Lagoon and experience the thrill of the airboats, meet wild salty crocs and get an arial view of the national park.



Set off early and travel south-east towards Kakadu National Park. Along the way, you may wish to make a stop at the Bowali Visitor Centre, which is a great first stop on your Kakadu adventure. Enjoy some refreshments before wandering the interpretive displays and gallery. Depending on your timing, it is highly recommended to visit Ubirr Rock for sunset where you will be inspired by panoramic views of the floodplains.

DAY 4: At Kakadu National Park

Rise early for a great start on the Guluyambi Cultural Cruise along the East Alligator River. Take in the wonderful pristine wilderness of the World Heritage landscape while your Aboriginal guide provides insight to local culture, mythology, food chains, traditional use of plants and animals, and all-important bush survival skills. Following this you are free to explore the many fantastic walks, waterfalls and pristine pools of the area.

DAY 5: Kakadu National Park to Nitmiluk National Park

Today you will head further south towards Nitmiluk Katherine. Along the way, you may wish to stop at Gunlom plunge pool which is located on Waterfall Creek. This is a fantastic spot to enjoy seasonal waterfalls, crystal clear pools and plenty of shaded picnic areas to enjoy a scenic lunch. Once you have arrived at your destination you will be impressed by the 13 gorges carved from ancient sandstone which stretch as far as you can see.

DAY 6: At Nitmiluk National Park

This morning you will cruise the maze of waterways on the Two Gorge Cultural Tour and experience the beauty, history and culture of the Nitmiluk National Park. After

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the tour, you will have the day to yourself. You could hire a kayak, take flight in a helicopter or make tracks on the many walking trails and discover many more natural swimming holes and spectacular views.

DAY 7: Nitmiluk National Park to Darwin

Time to head back to Darwin; if you leave early enough you might have time to make a stop at Leliyn (Edith Falls) or choose to make a detour and visit Litchfield National Park, renowned for unspoiled wilderness rainforests and waterfalls.

DAY 8: Depart Darwin

Sadly, it is time to leave the NT! But before you do, you could enjoy a scenic breakfast down at the Darwin waterfront before heading back to the airport.

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Mindil Markets, Darwin, NT. Credit: Tourism Australia

Ayers Rock Resort. Credit: Tourism Australia

Alice Springs





» 2 nights’ accommodation, Alice Springs

» Return airport shuttle

» Full day Best of Alice & beyond tour

» 2 nights' accommodation, Ayers Rock Resort » Uluru Sunrise & Field of light tour » Uluru Sacred Sites & Sunset Tour


DAY 1: Arrive Alice Springs


Journey to the heart of Australia; Alice Springs is surrounded by stunning mountain range, vibrant red landscapes and rich with culture and history. After arriving you will make your way to your accommodation and settle in for the evening.

DAY 2: In Alice Springs

DAY 1: Arrive Ayers Rock Resort

Today is all about this magnificent outback country town and it’s surrounds. Starting with a visit to historical John Flynn’s grave memorial before heading further out of town to the West MacDonnell Ranges. View spectacular panoramic landscapes with an array of sunburnt oranges, maroons, and purples. Enjoy scenic walks at both Simpson Gap and the Standley chasm where you have a chance to spot wildlife before heading back into Alice. In the afternoon you will travel to the historic telegraph pole which marks as the first settlement in Alice Springs. Discover how children learn in the desert with the School of the Air as well as how the Royal Flying Doctor Service came to be with the interactive storytelling museum. Finally, you will get the chance to touch some local lizards and snakes at the Alice Springs Reptile centre before finishing off the day with panoramic views of Alice from up top of ANZAC hill.

DAY 3: Depart Alice Springs

It’s your last morning in Alice before heading home. As a final farewell why not join a stunning 30 or 60 minute hot air balloon ride. You’ll be floating above the desert while you take in the spectacular views of the first sunlight rising over the land.

Welcome to the spiritual heart of Australia and home to our iconic natural wonder Uluru. After you have arrived board your transfer to Ayers Rock Resort which will be your home for the next 2 nights.

DAY 2: At Ayers Rock Resort

Rise early this morning and head out to the exclusive location of the Field of Light art exhibition. Arriving in complete darkness you will be able to enjoy the twinkle of 50,000 globes light up the desert. Head up to the sunrise viewing platform where you will enjoy a nice hot cuppa and watch as the first light hits the desert and highlights the natural landscape as the globes slowly dim out for the day. This afternoon you will visit the Kata Tjuta Culture centre where you will have time to explore local aboriginal art and learn out this desert region. Heading further into the national park you will discover the unique flora, fauna and intriguing cultural traditions of original owners, the Anangu. You will explore a number of caves, view ancient rock art painting and a short walk to the Mutitjulu Waterhole. The last stop is at the Sunset viewing platform where you will finish the day with a glass of bubbles and some nibbles as you watch the sun set into the western horizon. Watch the many shades of colour dance across Uluru before the vail of night takes over.

DAY 3: Depart Ayers Rock Resort

The morning is at leisure before boarding your transfer back to the airport.

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Kata Tjuta. Credit: Tourism NT/Nic Morley

4 DAY ICONIC CENTRAL OUTBACK INCLUSIONS » Return airport transfers » 3 nights’ accommodation, Ayers Rock Resort » Field of Light Star Pass

the Tjukurpa story of the cheeky Blue Tongue Lizard! You will be back at your accommodation around midday where you can sit back and relax after your morning walks, take a swim or join one of the many free activities offered by the resort.

DAY 3: At Ayers Rock

» Uluru Morning Base walk » Kings Canyon & Outback Panoramas

ITINERARY DAY 1: Arrive Ayers Rock

Get ready for ancient indigenous culture, iconic rock formations, a Grand Canyon, and a landscape like no other. Start your Red Centre adventure with a stroll under the stars while the land around you is ablaze with over 50,000 spindles of light swaying to the rhythm of the desert. This isaptly named “Tili Wiru Tjuta Nyakutjaku” or “looking at lots of beautiful lights” in the local Pitjantjatjara language. The experience is accompanied by a selection of delightful canapes and your choice of sparkling wine or beer.

Today you will get a true sense of how remote the Australian outback is when you head to the heart of Watarrka National Park. Kings Canyon is an ancient Australian landscape that is sacred ground for the Ulpanyali and Lilla people and where you will join the once-in-a-lifetime scenic rim walk. Climb a 100-metre cliff face to witness views of sandstone walls, grottos, chasms and cliffs. Or if you feel like something a bit more relaxing, set off on a 2km stroll along the creek

Yulara Filed of Light. Credit: Tourism Australia

DAY 2: At Ayers Rock

Rising before the sun, you will make your way into the national park to watch as the first light touches the land and to absorb the enormity and beauty of the outback surroundings. After heading further into the national park, you will join multiple walks including the Kuniya Piti, a sacred site and the Mala Walk, one of the most important habitation areas for the local Aboriginal people over thousands of years. You will also join the Lungkata Walk where the guide will delight you with



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bed that leads to impressive views of the canyon rim.

DAY 4: Depart Ayers Rock

You have seen the incredible rock formations from the ground, so why not consider taking off into the skies on a scenic flight over Uluru and Kata-Tjuta with Ayers Rock Scenic flights? Otherwise, there are many free activities you can join at Ayers Rock resort before heading back to the airport.

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Karrke Aboriginal Cultural Tour, Watarrka. Credit: Tourism Australia

5 DAY NAVIGATE CENTRAL OUTBACK INCLUSIONS » 5 days car hire with Hertz in a Toyota Rav4 AWD or similar including excess reduction » 1 nights' accommodation, Alice Springs » 1 nights' accommodation, Kings Canyon » 2 nights’ accommodation, Ayers Rock Resort » Morning Kings Canyon Guided Rim Walk » Field of Light Pass

ITINERARY DAY 1: Arrive Alice Springs

Welcome to the town affectionately known as ‘the Alice’. After picking up your vehicle there is plenty to see and do before settling in for the night. Head out to the historic Telegraph Station which was built back in 1872 as part of the overland telegraph line between Darwin and Adelaide. Check-in at the unique outback community services Royal Flyer Doctor Service and the School of the Air and get a view of the town up on ANZAC Hill.

DAY 2: Alice Springs to Kings Canyon

Setting off towards Kings Canyon, your first stop is only 18km out of Alice Springs at the Simpsons Gap. Here you will find towering cliffs, a permanent waterhole and a great opportunity to spot wildlife. Travelling further you may find yourself stopping to explore the MacDonnell Ranges. See stunning landscapes, gorges and aboriginal art while trekking on the many bush trails. Maybe you would like to take a dip in one of the abundant watering holes to cool off.

DAY 3: Kings Canyon to Ayers Rock

Get your hiking shoes on this morning as you join a guided rocky climb to the rim of Kings Canyon. Once you get to the top you will be rewarded with the best views of the Watarrka National Park. Not a hiker? No worries there is a more relaxed walk you can choose to explore the Canyon creek bed. Heading on the road again and as you turn onto Lasseter Highway you see what looks like Uluru, but what is actually Alita/Mount Conner, commonly mistaken for the world-famous sandstone monolith.

DAY 4: At Ayers Rock

From flying, hiking, biking, driving and riding from dawn until dusk there is something to help everyone explore this great land. Witness the first light of day dance across Uluru on a sunrise tour, set out to circumnavigate the base of Uluru on a 10km track. Discover the impressive Kata-Tjuta (The Olgas) made up of 36 domes that soar up to 546 metres above the plains. If you are a nature lover, you will not want to miss the Walpa Gorge which is the narrow valley between two of the largest domes and home to many plants and animals including wallabies. Before darkness falls on the land you will head out to a remote location to view the internationally renowned masterpiece by the celebrated artist Bruce Munro. Marvel as 50,000 globes come to life to reveal a fantasy desert garden.

Rim Walk at Kings Canyon a. Credit: Tourism NT/Nic Morley

DAY 5: Depart Ayers Rock

This morning you may choose to head out for one last sunrise spectacle before heading to Ayers Rock Airport.

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Uluru. Credit: Tourism NT/Lola Hubner

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Cruise down Perth’s Swan River to historic Fremantle or the Swan Valley vineyards. Swim with whale sharks on Ningaloo Reef or get Goldrush fever in Kalgoorlie. King George Falls, The Kimberley, WA. Credit: Tourism Western Australia



Visit wineries fringed by towering forests and world famous surf breaks in the Margaret River. Feed wild bottlenose dolphins at Monkey Mia. Fly over the Bungle Bungle ranges and ride a camel down Broome’s Cable Beach at sunset.


» Take a ferry from Perth upstream to the vineyards of the picturesque Swan Valley » Listen to stories of prisoners on a tour of Fremantle prison, the states first jail » Explore Rottnest Island by bike and discover secluded beaches & bays » Visit world-class wineries and drive through towering karri forests in the Margaret River Region » Swim with the whale sharks - the world’s largest fish, at Ningaloo Reef between April & June » Head to Kalgoorlie and the goldfields for a taste of gold rush history

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» Ride a camel into the sunset on Broome’s Cable Beach and see dinosaur footprints preserved in rock » Visit the Pinnacles - amazing natural limestone structures formed 25,000 30,000 years ago » From Kununurra see the beehive-shaped domes of the Bungle Bungle Ranges from the air » Feed wild bottlenose dolphins at Monkey Mia

Elizabeth Quay, Perth. Credit: Tourism Australia.

4 DAY PERTH UNCOVERED INCLUSIONS » 3 nights’ accommodation, Perth » Morning Coffee, Culture & Art Walking Tour. » Scenic cruise to Rottnest Island including Island Discovery Bus Tour

unique flora, fauna, history, and culture. The tour stops at two key vantage points – Wadjemup Lighthouse and the rugged West End – where you will have a chance to hop off, take a short walk and soak up the views. You might even meet a quokka or two along the way. Following the tour, the rest of the day is yours to explore. Maybe hire a bike or go for a swim at one of the many beaches.

DAY 4: Depart Perth

ITINERARY DAY 1: Arrive Perth

Welcome to Perth, where there is a surprise around every corner. Situated on the banks of the Swan River and cupped by the natural bushlands of Kings Park, Perth blends a bustling urban scene with raw natural beauty. After settling in, you might wish to indulge in a relaxing dinner cruise on the Swan River to start your trip.

This last day offers a final chance to explore town. With many idyllic spots offering river views, take your time to enjoy lunch and glass of wine before you say farewell to your Perth holiday.

Pricing from

$489 per person twin share


Perth Walking Tour. Credit: Bella Foster

DAY 2: At Perth

Today’s coffee, culture and art tour is the perfect way for Perth first timers to get to know the city. Your guide will showcase Perth’s street art, sculptures and architecture all the meanwhile sharing quirky and engaging stories of Perth’s history – you will even pick up a few tips on what to do next with the rest of your day in the city. This two-hour tour is conversational, informative, engaging and entertaining.

DAY 3: At Perth

Today you will explore Rottnest Island with return ferry transfers and an island bus tour. Visit iconic locations, with insightful commentary shining a light on Rotto’s

Rottnest Island. Credit:Tourism Australia.

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Margaret River winery Credit: Tourism Australia

7 DAY MARGARET RIVER & WAVE ROCK EXPEDITION INCLUSIONS » 7 days car hire with Hertz in a Nissan Qashqai or similar including excess reduction » 2 nights’ accommodation, Margaret River » 2 nights’ accommodation, Pemberton » 1 nights' accommodation, Albany » 1 nights' accommodation, Hyden

Hyden - Wave Rock. Credit: Tourism Western Australia


Indulge in the taste sensations offered by many restaurants, cafes, and wineries, who specialise in fresh gourmet food and home grown produce. Why not head out to climb the Gloucester tree, the 61-metre-high tree was originally used as a fire lookout however is now used to get the best views of the region. Or try out some other recreational activities such as canoeing, fishing, swimming, and bushwalking which are all popular pastimes of the region.

DAY 1: Perth to Margaret River

DAY 5: Pemberton to Albany

Heading south a recommended stop for brunch is the town of Rockingham. Boosting spectacular coastal scenery and close marine life encounters. As a highlight why not join a cruise to meet and maybe even swim with the wild dolphins? Before reaching your accommodation, a ‘must visit’ site including the iconic Blue shed is the Busselton Jetty. This 1.841km long timber jetting boosts many interesting attractions, the underwater observatory, the Jetty train ride, and many seasonal activities such as the helmet dive, mermaid tours and whale watching.

DAY 2: Margaret River

Welcome to the Margaret River region; surrounded by picturesque coastlines, towering forests and a thriving art scene. There are incredible hikes and cycling trails along with being home to many well known boutique craft breweries and vineyards. Feel free to explore all that this region has to offer. There are numerous walks through ancient woodland and forest as well as coastal trails. At Cape Leeuwin, view the famous lighthouse and see where the Indian & Southern Oceans meet. Alternatively, you may wish to discover some of the many local wineries that offer cellar door tastings and al-fresco lunches.

DAY 3: Margaret River to Pemberton

Today your journey will take you south east via the historic mill town of Nannup to Pemberton. Nestled in a valley with lush green pastures and acres of rolling vineyards and surrounded by the spectacular Karri forests of the Gloucester National Park.



DAY 4: At Pemberton

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Drive on to the port city of Albany in the Great Southern region of Western Australia. It is the oldest permanently settled town in Western Australia and boasts a spectacular collection of old colonial buildings including old convict jails, churches, and cottages. The Torndirrup National Park located close by offers some wonderful hiking trails whilst the town is famous for whale watching, with southern right, humpback and blue whales often spotted close to shore between May and November.

DAY 6: Albany to Hyden

Onwards to Hyden, home to the famous Wave Rock and Mulka’s Cave. The Wave Rock in Hyden is one of Australia’s most famous landforms. This is a giant surf wave of multicoloured granite about to crash onto the bush below. Stand under it and feel the power of this natural formation created over 2,700 million years ago, before dinosaurs roamed the earth.

DAY 7: Hyden to Perth

Traveling back to Perth today, take your time and enjoy stopping along the way. Take some time to wander around Elizabeth Quay and explore the waterfront of the Sawn River before dropping off your rental car and heading home.

Pricing from

$895 per person twin share


Coral Coast, Exmouth. Credit: Tourism Australia

9 DAY THE INDIAN OCEAN COASTAL DRIVE INCLUSIONS » 9 days car hire with Hertz in a Toyota Rav4 2WD or similar including excess reduction » 1 nights' accommodation, Scarborough » 1 nights' accommodation, Cervantes » 1 nights' accommodation, Kalbarri » 2 nights' accommodation, Monkey Mia » 1 nights' accommodation, Carnarvon » 2 nights' accommodation, Exmouth

ITINERARY DAY 1: Arrive Perth

Just 20 minutes north of Perth lies Scarborough Beach. Here the white sand, excellent surf and many beachfront bars and cafes offer a great way to start your trip. If you arrive on a Thursday during summer, make sure to check out the sunset markets with its food trucks and live music.

DAY 2: Perth to Cervantes

Your destination today is the coastal fishing town of Cervantes. This is the gateway to one of Australia’s most unique landscapes, the iconic limestone pillars known as “The Pinnacles” in the Nambung National Park. Be sure to visit the Pinnacles Desert Discovery Centre to learn about the geology of the pinnacles formations and the cultural and natural heritage values of the area. Then explore the pristine beaches, ideal for swimming and snorkelling, and of course make sure get your hands on some fresh local crayfish.

DAY 3: Cervantes to Kalbarri

Pink Lake at Port Gregory is an iconic sight along the Coral Coast Highway. The lake's colour changes through the spectrum of red to pink to lilac purple, depending on the time of day, season and amount of cloud cover when you visit. There are places where you can pull off the road, park the car and explore by foot, or you can experience a breath-taking scenic flight over this beautiful location. Kalbarri, a popular holiday destination, is situated at the mouth of the Murchison river, where the ancient, rugged outback meets white sand beaches. Take in views from the lookouts, hike the trails or join a canyoning and abseiling tour.

Days 4-5: Kalbari to Monkey Mia

Todays drive on the North West Coastal Highway takes you to Monkey Mia in the Shark Bay World Heritage area. Each morning for more than 40 years, wild bottlenose dolphins have swum to the shallows of Monkey Mia to visit and interact with people. This rare and famous animal encounter will be a highlight to your trip.

Day 6: Monkey Mia to Carnarvon

those who enjoy snorkelling and diving. You can also enjoy kayaking or cruising in a glass bottom boat and for the ultimate marine adventure, experience the thrill of swimming with the world’s largest fish, the mighty whale shark (mid-March to late July).

DAY 8: At Exmouth

Enjoy today by exploring the clearest turquoise water on earth. The fringing reef system, stretching 300kms is home to over 200 varieties of coral and 500 species of fish, making this truly an underwater paradise. Join an outer reef snorkel or dive tour to encounter some the reef's larger inhabitants, including graceful manta rays and turtles.

DAY 9: Depart Exmouth

After a morning at leisure it is time to head to the Exmouth Airport to drop your car off and board your flight back to Perth.

Pricing from

$1,769 per person twin share


Carnarvon’s unique location, nestled between Shark Bay and Ningaloo Coast World Heritage areas, makes it a tropical oasis recognised for its banana plantations, tropical fruits, fine seafood, and warm climate. The town offers a rich historic and cultural experience as well as an abundance of natural attractions. After a day exploring, relax and recharge as you dine on fresh local bounty whilst you watch the sunset on the waterway.

Days 7: Carnarvon to Exmouth

This morning you head to the small resort town of Exmouth. The town is the gateway to Ningaloo Reef, Australia’s largest fringing reef, distinguished in that it lies close to the shore. This is an incredible location for

Monkey Mia. Credit: Tourism Western Australia

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The Bungle Bungle Range, Purnululu National Park. Credit: Tourism Western Australia


INCLUSIONS » 2 nights’ accommodation, Broome » 4 night guided tour to the Bungle Bungles Tour, including: experienced driver guide, Ranger guided Geikie gorge boat cruise, camping equipment, Aboriginal guided Mimbi cave tour & National park entry fees

This morning your journey takes you east towards Fitzroy Crossing. You will visit the Old Fitzroy Crossing and colourful Mangkaja Aboriginal Arts Centre. Then you will be joining a local National Park Ranger on a guided cruise through majestic Geikie Gorge that nature carved between the Geikie and Oscar Ranges. Learn of the fascinating geology of this natural wonder and discover the huge array of wildlife, including freshwater crocodiles, birds and fish. This evening, camp by the Fitzroy River and enjoy a famous Kimberley BBQ.

DAY 3: At Fitzroy River

Visit the gold rush town of Halls Creek and see the remarkable China Wall enroute to Purnululu National Park, home of the magnificent Bungle Bungles. On arrival in Purnululu, there is time to orient yourselves and settle into the safari camp. After a delightful bush sunset, relax with a delicious meal and evening under the stars.

DAY 4: Fitzroy River to Purnululu National Park

Fitzroy Crossing Credit:Tourism Australia

ITINERARY DAY 1: Arrive Broome

Broome; where the red dirt meets the ocean and home to the world-famous Cable Beach sunsets. Between the months of March to October you may even witness the natural phenomenon known as the ‘Staircase to the Moon’. After settling into your accommodation, you are free to explore this easy-going outback town.



Spend the next day exploring the highlights of this extraordinary National Park, the most famous of which are the Bungle Bungle domes. Rivers created this landscape of unique orange and black striped ‘beehive’ geological formations over a period of 20 million years. Unbelievably, only the locals knew it existed until the early 1980’s. To protect its unique landscape, the area was made a national park in 1987 and now enjoys World Heritage status. Explore the 2km long Echidna Chasm, known for its towering Livistonia Palm trees. Take a short walk into stunning Cathedral Gorge, where towering rocks create a natural amphitheatre.

DAY 5: At Purnululu National Park

Bid farewell to Purnululu and travel to the ancient realm of Mimbi Caves, one of Western Australia’s largest cave

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systems, in the heart of Gooniyandi Country. Spiritually significant, these limestone caves are one of the oldest identified sites of human occupation in Australia. Delve into the Dreamtime with our local Gooniyandi guide who shares traditional stories and reveals the secrets of Mimbi Caves, a sanctuary of crystal clear pools, rare fossils and ancient rock art. Share fresh damper and billy tea with the Gooniyandi traditional owners before heading for Fitzroy Crossing.

DAY 6: Purnululu National Park to Broome

Head to Bunuba country – once a Devonian reef, this terrain is over 350 million years old and home to a diverse array of animals and plants. In the morning you will venture into Tunnel Creek, a 750-metre cave system in which we discover secret caves and a large variety of wildlife. It is here you will learn the legend of Jandamarra, an Aboriginal freedom fighter who used the tunnel as a hide-out in the late 1800’s. Freshen up with a swim in the idyllic waterhole at the end of the tunnel before traveling to the geological wonder of Windjana Gorge, a delightful oasis in the outback. Beneath the gorge walls rising 90m, enjoy a picnic lunch and search for freshwater crocodiles, local birdlife and Indigenous bushtucker. The Gibb River Road then leads you from the picturesque Napier Ranges as we begin the return to Broome.

DAY 7: Depart Broome

After breakfast it is time to head home. If you have extra time, we recommend you stay an extra day and go see Horizontal falls. Described by David Attenborough as “one of the greatest natural wonders of the world”.

Pricing from

$2,329 per person twin share


Horizontal Falls, The Kimberley. Credit: Tourism Australia

6 DAY TASTE OF THE KIMBERLEY » Return transfers from Broome to Kimberley cruise

Bay, take a scenic tender excursion and cool off with a refreshing swim in one of the freshwater pools. Later in the day you will have your first taste of fishing for Giant Trevally, mackerel, tuna and queenfish at Kingfisher Islands.

» 3 night Taste of the Kimberley Cruise, including daily excursions and all meals on board

DAY 4: At The Kimberley

INCLUSIONS » 2 nights’ accommodation, Broome

ITINERARY DAY 1: Arrive Broome

Welcome to the ‘Pearl of the North’. Once you have settled into your accommodation you have free time to relax or consider joining the famous camel ride on the beach at sunset to start your amazing adventure.

DAY 2: Broome to The Kimberley

Your quest begins with a transfer to Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm located on the Dampier Peninsular. On your arrival, you will be transferred to the Kimberley Quest II, where you will be welcomed aboard by your captain and crew. Enjoy lunch whilst crossing King Sound, cruising through the thousand islands of the Buccaneer Archipelago; this is your first taste of the Kimberley. Cool off with a refreshing swim in one of the many freshwater pools, followed by a scenic tender excursion. This evening you can witness one of the spectacular sunsets.

Today, you cruise towards the amazing Montgomery Reef, which covers more than 300km2, making it Australia's largest inshore reef. Watch as the tide falls right before your eyes, creating a spectacular waterfall effect. Take a tender ride to view a wide range of marine species, including turtles and sea birds. Later we explore Strickland Bay visiting old pearlers graves and join our guides in search of the elusive Barramundi and Threadfin Salmon. As the day ends you can then unwind on the sun deck capturing one last sunset aboard Kimberley Quest II.

DAY 5: The Kimberley to Broome

After one last breakfast, you will disembark Kimberley Quest II and do a tour through Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm, offering you a rare glimpse into the life of an operational pearl farm. This experience will leave you with a deeper understanding of what makes this place unique! Here you will wave goodbye and be transferred back to Broome.

DAY 6: Depart Broome

Enjoy a leisurely breakfast before you say farewell to the pearl capital of the North.

Pricing from

$4,229 per person twin share


Gantheaume Point, Broome. Credit: Tourism Western Australia

DAY 3: At The Kimberley

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