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Batemans Bay Narooma Thredbo Eden

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Contents General Information

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Welcome to New South Wales

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Experience Sydney

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Accommodation Luxury Accommodation

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Apartments Sightseeing & Transfers

Events & Shows

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Experience Blue Mountains

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Accommodation, Sightseeing & Rental Cars

Experience Hunter Valley

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Accommodation, Sightseeing & Rental Cars

Experience the Legendary Pacific Coast

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Accommodation, Sightseeing & Rental Cars

Touring New South Wales

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New South Wales Self-Drives Rental Cars Guided Holidays with AAT Kings

General Information House of Travel Accommodation Ratings To assist with the selection of your accommodation we have created our own rating system allowing you to compare each property. These are personal ratings offered by our people from their own experience and should therefore be used as a guide only. These ratings may alter throughout the year due to a change of circumstances. Moderate accommodation with a reasonable range of rooms and facilities, with rooms furnished to a comfortable standard. Superior standard of accommodation with a wide range of rooms and facilities, and a higher standard of service. First Class accommodation with an excellent range of facilities and services. Accommodation in this rating is considered among the best in the country. A half star is noted when the level of service and facilities falls between two grades. Grading accommodation can be quite subjective and generally speaking the standard and services will be in line with the price paid. Please check with your House of Travel specialist to ensure you get the accommodation to best suit your needs. CHILD POLICY: Please note bedding configuration varies between properties and in some cases with different room types within a property. Some hotels also offer family bonuses and specials. Your House of Travel consultant will help you choose the hotel to best suits you and your family’s needs. PRICE INDICATOR: The price is provided as a guide only. The actual price may differ to that indicated in this brochure due to currency fluctuations, special events, trade shows or peak periods. Your travel specialist will quote you the actual price at the time of booking. Per person pricing is based in New Zealand dollars.

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Welcome to

New South Wales

As a unique and enticing destination, the state of New South Wales conjures up images of iconic

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structures, pristine surf beaches, rolling vineyards, delectable fare and more; with Sydney as the gateway to even more of the most spectacular scenery in Australia.

2 hours behind New Zealand

Head either north of Sydney to Palm Beach and beyond, or to the South Coast to Wollongong or Jervis Bay and you’ll find uncrowded beaches and unspoilt coastal towns aplenty.

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Discover natural wonders in the Blue Mountains region, featuring breathtaking scenic views and historic landmarks, plus some of Australia’s finest hotels and guesthouses.

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Fancy exploring one of the country’s great wine regions? Head for the Hunter Valley, just a couple of hours from Sydney, and if you’re not in any hurry, take the inland route via the beautiful Hawkesbury River. Further north, Newcastle is the gateway to the spectacular Legendary Pacific Coast which stretches up through Port Stephens, Port Macquarie and Coffs Harbour, showcasing some of the best surf beaches in the world. It continues onto the NSW North Coast where you’ll find bohemian beauty in Byron Bay and the relaxing resort town of Kingscliff. It really doesn’t matter which way you head when you leave Sydney – maybe the best option is to simply go where the road takes you. Whichever direction you choose, you’ll find historic towns, varied wildlife, heritage listed national parks and a warm Aussie welcome.

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Experience

Sydney

Festivals & Events 2016 07-26 Jan

Sydney Festival

06-07 Feb

HSBC Sydney 7s

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NSW Food & Wine Festival

07-15 Feb

Hurley Australian Open of Surfing

19 Feb-06 Mar

Sydney Mardi Gras

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Taste of Sydney

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Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour - Turandot

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VIVID Sydney

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Holden State of Origin - Game 1

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Bledisloe Cup

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NRL Grand Final

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Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000

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Sydney New Year’s Eve

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As one of the world’s top cities to visit, Sydney has a vibrant buzz year round with its endless list of high profile events, iconic landmarks, popular beaches and stunning harbour. If you want to get a feel for Sydney, here’s a tip: head straight to Sydney Harbour, one of the most photographed locations in the world. Nothing compares with seeing the harbour, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House with your own eyes. Take a stroll along Circular Quay and soak up the atmosphere. As well as being a main transport hub, Circular Quay has some of city’s best restaurants, including Quay, Aria Sydney and Café Sydney. Only a 10 minute stroll from the Sydney Town Hall, Darling Harbour is the perfect place to enjoy a delicious harbourside meal or experience the energetic night-life. As an absolute shopper’s paradise, there are seemingly endless options whatever you’re looking for. In the heart of the CBD is the Queen Victoria Building, dating back to the 1890s, this grand and beautiful building is one of the city’s premier shopping destinations. Further south you’ll find Chinatown, with Paddy’s market and some great Chinese restaurants on offer. There is no denying it: Sydney is one of the premier destinations for events in Australia. The city ends each year and kicks-off every new-year with a world-renowned display of fireworks, plus there are countless festivals, cultural exhibitions, days of celebration, and sporting events filling Sydney’s calendar. Discover famous coastal beaches such as Bondi, Bronte, Coogee, Manly and Palm Beach, all popular with backpackers, billionaires, board riders and the body beautiful.


Experience Sydney Our favourite things to see and do PADDINGTON – Or ‘style mile’ as it is known, really comes alive with its famous markets held every Saturday from 10am-4pm. The market is a well established outlet for up and coming designers as well as jewellery, antiques, toys and collectables. SURRY HILLS – Has a colourful past as the centre of the fashion and publishing trade; now it’s one of Sydney’s most chic destinations, particularly renowned for its vintage fashion, homewares and eateries. BONDI TO BRONTE COASTAL WALK – This lovely walk combines beaches, parks and spectacular views. Allow one hour walking time from start to finish. If you finish at Bondi, you may even see the world-famous Bondi Surf Rescue in action! SYDNEY FISH MARKET – Is home to Australia’s leading cooking school and is worth a visit just to marvel at the huge range of fresh seafood in every shape and size imaginable. BALMAIN – A short ferry ride from the city, with a village atmosphere and a great pub culture. It’s home to the artistic set where locally made art is a specialty, along with historic streetscapes, art galleries and stylish cafés lining the main streets. MANLY – One of Sydney’s favourite beaches, Manly Beach has a casual village atmosphere that feels a world away from the city – yet it’s just a 30 minute ferry trip from Circular Quay and then just a five minute walk along the Corso from Manly Wharf to the oceanfront promenade. DINING – Sydney is one of the world’s great dining destinations. You can dine by the harbour in five-star style, enjoy a traditional pub bursting with history or find sublime Sydney views at a cool rooftop bar. Treat yourself to a mouth-watering taste of Sydney’s best food and wine, served in stunning locations around the city.

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On the edge of the CBD, you will be perfectly positioned to explore Sydney. Superb restaurants, theatres, lively nightclubs and a great range of shops are within walking distance. Major attractions including Darling Harbour, the Entertainment Quarter, Sydney Cricket Ground and the Sydney Football Stadium are all easily accessible from the hotel.

With Pitt St Mall and the fantastic Westfield Sydney shopping centre only a five minute walk away, this is a superb hotel if you’re in Sydney to shop. If it’s the theatres you’re after, both the Capitol and State Theatres are just a couple of blocks away. In the evening it’s a short trip to trendy Darlinghurst or Surry Hills for a tasty restaurant or funky bar.

In the heart of Sydney’s Darling Harbour, this is a great choice for a getaway to Sydney. You’ll be within walking distance to a number of Sydney’s top attractions, including the Sydney Aquarium, the Maritime Museum, Star City Casino and Chinatown. All this, the city and CBD are just minutes away with a light rail connection at the door.

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $106 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $107 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $122 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms

Travelodge Wynyard

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Metro Hotel on Pitt

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Rendezvous Hotel Sydney Central

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Mercure Sydney

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Ideally located adjacent to the Wynyard Railway Station and just a stone’s throw away from the famous Circular Quay where you can jump on a ferry to some of Sydney’s most beautiful beaches. You’re spoilt for choice with surrounding restaurants and bars as well as nearby shopping malls, a great place to explore Sydney.

A vibrant hotel with a personal feel, conveniently located in the heart of Sydney. This contemporary style hotel is adjacent to Railway Square and is just moments from Darling Harbour, Cockle Bay, Chinatown and fashionable Surry Hills. You will appreciate having the best of Sydney on your doorstep.

This contemporary hotel is close to the Sydney Railway Central Station and bus terminal making it easy to get around. If you are heading to Sydney for a shopping trip, sports game or just want to have a nosy around the city, this is a great place to base yourself.

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $126 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms

RICE GUIDE FROM: $119 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $130 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms

The price guide shown is per adult per night for twin share, based on low season travel. Specials or surcharges may apply depending on travel date.


Sydney Accommodation

Holiday Inn Darling Harbour

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Vibe Hotel Sydney

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Novotel Sydney Rockford Darling Harbour

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This heritage-listed property began its days in the 1890s as a wool store and has since been tastefully restored into a contemporary hotel. The location is great, less than a 10 minute walk to the heart of Darling Harbour with its great array of restaurants and bars, and only about a 15 minute stroll to Pitt St Mall for some great shopping.

This is a modern hotel that’s perfectly positioned for you to easily discover the vibrant CBD or the city fringe villages of Surry Hills and Darlinghurst. The main strip of Darlinghurst, Oxford St, is only about 10 minutes away. If you love shopping, good food and wine or people-watching, then Oxford Street is a great place to start.

Located less than 10 minutes walk from Darling Harbour, with its endless dining options, nightclubs, wine bars and bistros, you’ll have plenty to keep you entertained. If shopping is your thing, you’re only 15 minutes walk to the popular Pitt Street Mall. Soak up the beautiful views of the surrounding areas from your room with a glass of wine to toast the day.

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $131 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $134 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $147 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms

The Grace Hotel

PARKROYAL Darling Harbour

Quiet, boutique in style and full of the character of yesteryear, this hotel was originally built in the 1920s as the headquarters of the Grace Bros. Department Store. Today it has been beautifully restored to its former glory offering a combination of Art Deco charm with all the modern comforts.

This is a very stylish hotel and is a great base when visiting Sydney. Darling Harbour is right on your doorstep and you’re less than a five minute walk to the heart of the CBD. Explore the neighbourhood and feel the buzz at the bustling Town Hall, Queen Victoria Building and surrounding shopping malls.

Overlooking Darling Harbour, this central location is close to major tourist attractions, entertainment venues, an array of restaurants, bars and shopping districts – an ideal base for exploring the city and surrounds. The Four Points Sydney offers a unique Australian experience in one of the most iconic locations Sydney has to offer.

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $121 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $150 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $158 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms

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Four Points by Sheraton Sydney Darling Harbour

The price guide shown is per adult per night for twin share, based on low season travel. Specials or surcharges may apply depending on travel date.

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Luxury Accommodation

Sofitel Sydney Wentworth

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Astral Tower and Residences at The Star

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Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel

French-inspired facilities and décor, combined with heritage-listed traditions, make this the perfect base for a luxurious Sydney experience. Plus, it’s set in the heart of great shopping and just a stroll from the Sydney Opera House. Enjoy the 60s inspired lounge before a nice dinner, then head out for a night out at the Opera.

Immerse yourself in a luxury stay like no other in Sydney’s premier entertainment precinct. Enjoy 24 hour excitement, with restaurants by award-winning chefs, nightlife venues, live shows and luxury retail outlets – you won’t even need to leave the complex. Choose between boutique style accommodation and apartments with views to die for.

An intimate boutique style hotel housed within a stunning heritage-listed building which was once home to the Fairfax newspaper empire. Located in the heart of Sydney, with the Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Circular Quay, Pitt Street mall all within easy walking distance from the hotel.

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $157 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $158 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms & Residences

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $182 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms

Intercontinental Sydney Hotel

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QT Sydney

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Premier Grand Harbour View

Shangri-La Hotel Sydney

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Built around the heritage listed 1851 Treasury Building, this hotel is a Sydney landmark. Positioned overlooking the Sydney Harbour with views of the Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The CBD, Royal Botanic Gardens, the historic Rocks area and Circular Quay are right on your doorstep.

Centrally located in the heart of Sydney’s highend shopping and dining precinct, the historic Gowings and State Theatre Buildings have been transformed into a new hip designer hotel. The rooms are anything but old-fashioned, with an eclectic mix of quirky artefacts, bespoke furniture and daring use of colour and art.

With a prime position and stunning views of Sydney’s spectacular harbour from all luxurious rooms and just a stone’s throw from The Rocks, this hotel offers luxury from top to toe. Offering the city’s finest dining including the awardwinning Altitude Restaurant and Blu Bar offering panoramic views of the city from level 36.

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $187 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $200 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $207 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms

The price guide shown is per adult per night for twin share, based on low season travel. Specials or surcharges may apply depending on travel date.


Sydney Apartments

One Bedroom Apartment

BreakFree on George

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Oaks on Castlereagh

Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney, Central

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This is a great place to soak up and explore the cosmopolitan buzz of Sydney. Chinatown is a five minute walk away with nearby Dixon Street, the place to go for authentic Asian cuisine. Wander the bustling pedestrian street until a restaurant takes your fancy. All the highlights of central Sydney are right on your doorstep.

All that Sydney has to offer is within easy reach of these spacious central apartments. A short stroll could see you dining in bustling Chinatown, enjoying the bars and theatres of George Street, indulging in some retail therapy on Pitt Street or savouring the entertainment and dining precinct of Darling Harbour.

Delight in the heritage-listed ambience of these impeccably restored apartments. They’re close to the Central Railway Station so you can easily access the rest of the city by rail – or by foot. There’s loads of great dining nearby and you’re just a block from Chinatown where you can enjoy a superb meal before taking in a show.

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $116 ROOM TYPES: Studios, 1 & 2 Bedrooms

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $124 ROOM TYPES: Studios,1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Apartments

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $138 ROOM TYPES: Studios, 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments

Premier Two Bedroom Apartment

Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney

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Premier 1 Bedroom View

Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney, Harbourside

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Fraser Suites Sydney

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Enjoy entertainment, nightlife and world class shopping, all right on your doorstep. These apartments are surrounded by great cafés, restaurants and bars and plenty of shops. Stroll through the specialty stores of the Queen Vic Building or the ‘high street’ shops on Pitt Street Mall.

Located in one of Sydney’s entertainment hot spots, just five minutes walk from the city centre, offering access to a broad range of dining, shopping and entertainment options. The hotel is adjacent to several major Sydney attractions including Darling Harbour, Sydney Aquarium and the Australian National Maritime Museum.

This contemporary property radiates style as soon as you step inside. With its spectacular six metre chandelier and luxurious apartments – the location is stylish too! It’s really central to Darling Harbour and only a few minutes’ walk to the chic shopping of Queen Victoria Building, department stores and fashion boutiques.

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $147 ROOM TYPES: Studios, 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments

RICE GUIDE FROM: $163 ROOM TYPES: Studios, 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $182 ROOM TYPES: Studios, 1 & 2 Bedroom Suites

The price guide shown is per adult per night for twin share, based on low season travel. Specials or surcharges may apply depending on travel date.

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Sydney Sightseeing Sydney is home to some of Australia’s most iconic attractions. The Sydney Opera House is a thriving hub of art, culture and history. Nearby, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is arguably the most famous of all of Sydney’s architectural gems. Embark upon a journey across the city with an informed local that can provide information that only a native Sydneysider can offer. Some of Sydney’s best beaches are within a 10km radius from the city centre. Check out the Sydney sightseeing on this spread, and for regional sightseeing in the stunning Blue Mountains or delectable Hunter Valley continue through the brochure to each relevant section.

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iVenture Card - Attractions Pass

Sydney Attractions Combo Pass

BridgeClimb Sydney

Save up to 40% on Sydney’s top attractions with an iVenture Card. Choose from two available passes and select from over 35 attractions including Taronga Zoo, Hop On Hop Off Cruise and bus, SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, Sydney Opera House Tour, Oz Jet Boating, Madame Tussauds and much more.

Ensure your time in Sydney is unforgettable with the great value Combination Pass which gives you entry to Sydney’s must see attractions: SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo, Madame Tussauds Sydney, Sydney Tower Eye and Manly SEA LIFE Sanctuary.

Have the climb of your life with BridgeClimb Sydney and get ready to enjoy the fresh air as you climb to the summit of the world famous Sydney Harbour Bridge. Touch the raw steel and hear some incredible history while gazing out over the sensational views.

DEPARTS: Daily DURATION: Self guided PRICE GUIDE FROM: $124

DEPARTS: Daily DURATION: Self guided PRICE GUIDE FROM: $71

DEPARTS: Daily DURATION: 1.5-3.5 hours PRICE GUIDE FROM: $193

Official Home & Away Tour

Magical Manly & Beyond

Sydney HeliTours

Experience Home and Away for yourself, as you’re guided around Summer Bay’s iconic filming locations. Walk on the golden sand, visit the Surf Club and Alf’s Bait Shop and re-live some of your favourite scenes. You may see some filming and meet the actors if you’re lucky. Strewth!

A great option to get your bearings of this great city. Cross the Sydney Harbour Bridge and stop at Milsons Point for spectacular views of the Sydney Opera House. Pass through the fashionable suburbs of Neutral Bay and Mosman and discover the Arabanoo lookout and spectacular Manly Beach.

What better way to view the spectacular sights of Sydney, than by helicopter. Fly out over the beautiful harbour with a birds eye view of the Harbour Bridge, Opera House and Taronga Zoo. Head out over the beautiful beaches of Bondi and Manly. If you’re brave enough you could do it all with the doors off!

DEPARTS: Mon-Wed DURATION: 3 hours 45 minutes PRICE GUIDE FROM: $99

DEPARTS: Daily DURATION: 3.5 hours PRICE GUIDE FROM: $79

DEPARTS: Daily DURATION: 30 minutes PRICE GUIDE FROM: $435

The price guide shown is per adult based on low season travel. Specials or surcharges may apply depending on travel date.


Sydney Sightseeing & Transfers

Captain Cook Sightseeing Cruises

Captain Cook Dining Cruises

Sydney Walking Tours

Time aboard Sydney Harbour’s premiere cruise operator is a fun and easy way to explore this famous harbour and city. There are plenty of options including the flexible Hop on and Hop off harbour pass, Zoo Express, Whale Watching, Harbour Highlights and the new Harbour Story Cruise.

There isn’t another harbour in the world to rival Sydney’s beauty and vibrancy. Cruise during the day or at night and combine million dollar harbour views with spectacular dining. There’s a variety of cruises to choose from: Breakfast, High Tea at Sea, Seafood Buffet, Sunset Dinner or Captain’s Dinner.

See another side to Sydney on these fun, relaxed and entertaining guided walks with a local. With a number of tours on offer from foodie and bar hopping to crime, history to gangs – you’ll hear about past events and the latest news happening throughout Sydney.

DEPARTS: Daily DURATION: 1.15-2.45 hours PRICE GUIDE FROM: $39 – $117

DEPARTS: Daily DURATION: 1.5-3.5 hours PRICE GUIDE FROM: $69 – $246

DEPARTS: Daily DURATION: 2-3 hours PRICE GUIDE FROM: $53

Sydney Opera House Tour

Bondi Beach & Sydney Sights

Sydney Airport Transfers

Discover the stories, history and magic of Sydney Opera House with a fascinating tour taking you underneath the world famous sails. Head inside the World Heritage masterpiece, home to 1000 rooms, 300 corridors and hundreds of tales and secrets.

See the best sights the beautiful harbour city of Sydney has to offer. Journey through the historic Rocks district and take in the magnificent views from The Gap. Dip your toes in the waters of famous Bondi Beach or relax at one of the many cafes and restaurants while you watch the world go by.

DEPARTS: Daily DURATION: 1 hour PRICE GUIDE FROM: $44

DEPARTS: Daily DURATION: 4 hours PRICE GUIDE FROM: $79

Reduce your carbon footprint and have the peace of mind of a pre-arranged transfer to your hotel accommodation. Con-x-ion provide the most frequent and direct, door to door airport transfer services to and from Sydney City. So sit back, relax and be transferred in air conditioned comfort!

The price guide shown is per adult based on low season travel. Specials or surcharges may apply depending on travel date.

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $49

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Events & Shows Sydney is a vibrant, accessible city, world renowned for its superb events calendar. Whatever the season the city is buzzing with events that draw guests from across Australia and around the globe. From exhilarating car racing to cricket to jazz, food and wine events, comedy shows, musicals, art exhibitions, flower and garden displays, and with over 40 shows a week at the Sydney Opera House – Sydney really does cover all the bases. House of Travel specialises in packages for some of the main events and shows. Ask your House of Travel consultant for information on an event package or accommodation that best suits your needs.

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Cricket Tests

My Fair Lady

The Sound of Music

See Australia take on India for the Victoria Bitter One Day International Series or the KFC T20 International Series in January. Whilst you’re in town you may as well check out Australia take on the West Indies for the Commonwealth Bank Test Series as well. With so much cricket in one month, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Celebrating the beloved original, Lerner and Loewe’s My Fair Lady comes to the Sydney Opera House under the direction of Julie Andrews. In the show’s 60th anniversary year, Opera Australia and John Frost join forces to honour the past and bring the beloved story of Eliza Doolittle and Henry Higgins to a new generation of theatre audiences.

The Sound of Music is heading to the Capitol Theatre in 2016. Watch as it touches the hearts of all ages and brims over with some of the most memorable songs ever performed on the musical stage including My Favourite Things, Do-ReMi, The Lonely Goatherd and Sixteen Going on Seventeen. It’s a perfect family treat!

Limited ticket & accommodation packages are available to book. Please ask your House of Travel consultant for details.

Limited ticket & accommodation packages are available to book. Please ask your House of Travel consultant for details.

Limited ticket & accommodation packages are available to book. Please ask your House of Travel consultant for details.

Sydney 7s

Sydney Mardi Gras

Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour - Turandot

Fun, thrilling and fast-paced! World-class Rugby is coming to Sydney when the HSBC Rugby 7s World Series hits the Harbour City. 16 teams, from Australia to New Zealand, England to Fiji and South Africa to the USA will head Down Under to put on a show in front of thousands of fans at Allianz Stadium. Don’t miss this action packed weekend.

Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras is one of Australia’s most famous events, bringing thousands of visitors to Sydney to join in the celebrations. Taking over the city for weeks on end, finishing with the world-famous Parade: a colourful and dazzling night of pride, celebration and self-expression.

The undisputed cultural event of the year and the best of Sydney in a single evening: singing, sunsets, spectacle and sparkling wine in a magnificent open air opera house. Watch as ‘Nessun dorma’, rings out across Sydney Harbour, and fireworks light up the night sky, as Turandot’s story of true love and sacrifice is told on the astonishing floating stage.

Limited ticket & accommodation packages are available to book. Please ask your House of Travel consultant for details.

Accommodation is available to book. Please ask your House of Travel consultant for details.

Limited ticket & accommodation packages are available to book. Please ask your House of Travel consultant for details. This is a selection of events in Sydney for 2016


Events & Shows

VIVID Sydney

Holden State of Origin

Bledisloe Cup

The Sydney CBD is an energetic hub of creative industries and every year the Vivid Sydney Festival celebrates this. For three weeks Sydney becomes a colossal canvas, as iconic landmarks like the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge are turned into giant works of art using interactive light sculptures and building projections.

The 2016 Rugby League State of Origin series will see the biggest rivalry in Australian sport. Queensland regained the title and were quick to remind everyone that they are still a champion side. With everything to play for, it’s sure to be another thrilling chapter in Rugby League.

The All Blacks once again continued their dominance over Australia in 2015 by retaining their strong-hold on the Cup and proved world dominance at the Rugby World Cup. The All Blacks will be out in full force to show those Aussies we can beat them again, so be there to support and make a weekend of it.

Accommodation is available to book. Please ask your House of Travel consultant for details.

Accommodation is available to book. Please ask your House of Travel consultant for details.

Accommodation is available to book. Please ask your House of Travel consultant for details.

NRL Grand Final

Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000

New Year’s Eve at Sydney Opera House

Its the biggest day on the NRL calendar as the two best teams of the season go head to head in the season decider – the 2016 NRL Grand Final. The NRL is one of Australia’s major sporting events attracting large attendances and high television ratings. Tickets sell fast, so get in quick!

The ultimate mountain challenge. Join the 195,000 V8 Supercar fans and witness the action live, it will be the V8 Supercar event not to be missed in 2015. The four day motorsport celebration will see a packed schedule of V8 Supercars on track, great facilities and awesome entertainment, all an easy drive from Sydney.

New Year’s Eve is the night when Sydney puts on the bling and shows the world what a gorgeous thing it is. Choose between two performances: a full performance of Puccini’s La Bohème or the entertaining Opera Gala, featuring favourites by Verdi, Puccini, Rossini and more. End the night with spectacular fireworks the whole world watches.

Accommodation is available to book. Please ask your House of Travel consultant for details.

Limited ticket & accommodation packages are available to book. Please ask your House of Travel consultant for details.

Limited ticket & accommodation packages are available to book. Please ask your House of Travel consultant for details.

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This is a selection of events in Sydney for 2016

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Experience

Blue Mountains

Festivals and Events 2016 23-24 Jan

Wines of the West Festival

13-14 Feb

Opera in the Caves

18-20 Mar

Blue Mountains Music Festival

5 Apr

Underground Church

03 May

Leura Harvest Festival

11-15 May

Ultra-Trail Australia

03-11 Oct

Leura Gardens Festival

Average Temperatures in ˚C Dec-Feb: 12/23 Jun-Aug: 3/11

Mar-May: 6/20 Sep-Nov: 5/20

Leave the city life behind and breathe deep in the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area – one million hectares of sandstone cliffs, bushland, waterfalls and eucalypt forest. Ten times older than the Grand Canyon, the Blue Mountains combine adventure, romance, fine dining and indulgent shopping, all within coo-ee of Sydney, an easy 90 minute drive away. A few nights here and you’ll feel recharged and refreshed thanks to the crisp, fresh mountain air. Popular for the blue-hazed valleys of eucalyptus and the rock pillars of the iconic Three Sisters stand sentinel, these weathered sandstone peaks, formed over thousands of years, tower more than 900m high among the cliffs of the Jamison Valley. The best views are from the Echo Point lookout at Katoomba. The Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area stretches for over a million hectares filled with a fascinating mix of wildlife, rainforest, canyons and tall forests. Soak up the scenery – streams, waterfalls, forested valleys, dark ravines and sheer cliffs – on one of the many well-marked walking trails. Or, go walkabout with an Aboriginal guide, and learn about the song lines that connect sacred sites. See bark and body painting demonstrations, taste bush tucker and swim in a crystal clear billabong under a rainbow waterfall. Get up close to wildlife, explore sandstone caves and listen to the Dreamtime stories that wove this wilderness. Remember too, the Blue Mountains is a place to eat, drink and indulge. Wherever you eat and drink, you’ll love the food prepared with care and within the seductive mountain settings.

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Blue Mountains Accommodation, Sightseeing & Rental Cars 3

Blackheath

Medlow Bath

Blue Moutains National Park

Sydney

Bathurst

Springwood Leura Wentworth Falls

Katoomba

1

2

Three Sisters

Hazelbrook

Blaxland

Blue Moutains National Park

Jenolan Caves

Fairmont Resort Blue Mountains, MGallery

Lawson Linden

1

Lilianfels Blue Mountains Resort and Spa

2

Emirates One & Only Wolgan Valley

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Breathe in that invigorating fresh air and take in the magnificent views of the mountains and valley. Great for a romantic escape or family get together with a terrific pool and decked area, and restaurants that serve fresh local produce with a regional twist – for a special treat book in for the weekend High Tea in Sublime Lounge.

This is the ultimate romantic getaway, a delight for gourmets and a wonder for lovers of nature. Set in two acres of manicured country gardens, this historic country mansion has some of the most spectacular scenery in the Blue Mountains and is a renowned haven of relaxation.

Nestled in the World Heritage-listed Greater Blue Mountains region and set on a 7000 acre wildlife reserve, this conservation-based resort combines absolute luxury with the quintessential Australian bush experience. Offering a unique blend of awe-inspiring natural wonders, combined with outstanding facilities and exquisite food and wine.

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $153 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $200 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $1270 ROOM TYPES: Villas

Blue Mountains & Wildlife Park (Departs Sydney)

Scenic World Unlimited Discovery Pass

Rental Cars

Leave Sydney behind, stop in Leura and look around at the quaint shops. The Blue Mountains are a World Heritage-listed National Park, steeped in history and home to the Three Sisters rock formations. Discover the Aboriginal dreamtime legends of the mountains and Three Sisters before stopping at Featherdale Wildlife Park.

Experience the ‘must do’ attraction in the Blue Mountains! Glide between clifftops on the Scenic Skyway, enjoy endless views from the Scenic Cableway, discover the thrill of the Scenic Railway – the world’s steepest passenger train, and take in the tranquillity of the ancient rainforest along the Scenic Walkway.

Explore magnificent vistas, valleys, wildlife, scenic skyway gondolas and forest clad mountain peaks. Fall in love with pretty streetscapes, country cottage gardens and friendly folk in the heritage townships of Leura and the Art Deco beauty of Katoomba. Discover caves, the Three Sisters and Wenworth Falls at your own pace.

DEPARTS: Daily from Sydney DURATION: Full Day PRICE GUIDE FROM: $ $ $

DEPARTS: Daily DURATION: Self guided PRICE GUIDE FROM: $

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $61 (based on 7 day car hire)

The price guide shown is per adult or per adult per night for twin share, based on low season travel. Specials or surcharges may apply depending on travel date.

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Experience

Hunter Valley

Festivals and Events 2016 11-13 Mar

CMC Rocks the Hunter

Mar (date TBC)

Maitland Taste Food, Wine & Music Festival

Jun

Hunter Valley Food & Wine Month

Jun (date TBC)

Hunter Valley Wine Festival

01-30 Sep

Spring Festival

Oct (date TBC)

Jazz in the Vines, Hunter Valley

Average Temperatures in ˚C Dec-Feb: 16/30 Jun-Aug: 4/19

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Mar-May: 8/28 Sep-Nov: 7/27

In the Hunter Valley, a region that extends inland around 150km from Newcastle, there are over 120 cellar doors where you can sample the best known product of this region. However, wine isn’t all that the region is renowned for – you’ll have to find room for scrummy local produce that ranges from figs to fudges. There are also boutique beers to be sampled, dessert cafés to indulge in, dozens of great art galleries, craft and antique stores to peruse, and wine and cooking schools to attend. The Hunter also offers award-winning spas and golf retreats in which to relax and unwind after the rigours of all that sampling, or you can simply sit back and soak up the scenery: acres of undulating vines, all hemmed in by the beautiful Brokenback Range. Harvest time in summer is a vibrant (and hot!) time of year. Spend the early mornings exploring the vineyards being harvested and the evenings at one of the many events or cooling off around the pool with a glass of crisp Hunter Valley white. HIGHLIGHTS: • Cellar Door Tasting: With more than 120 wineries the local specialties of Semillon and Shiraz can be sampled in many vineyards in the cellar or enjoyed in some superb vineyard restaurants. • Hunter Valley Cooking School: This is a hands-on class, and all dishes are cooked from scratch using local organic produce. The recipes are provided to take home and the dishes cooked are eaten for either lunch or dinner – it’s a wine and food lover’s dream. • The Vintage Golf Club: Tee off in style at this Greg Norman designed golf course, ranked among the best in Australia and measures 6,310m, with a par of 71. • National Parks: Surrounding the vineyards are national parks including the subtropical rainforests of Barrington Tops National Park and deep river gorges of Wollemi National Park. Spot one of several endangered plant and animal species such as the koala, broad toothed rat, quoll, yellow bellied glider or red legged pademelon.


Hunter Valley Accommodation, Sightseeing & Rental Cars

Mercure Resort Hunter Valley Gardens

1

Peppers Guest House

2

Boutique Wine & Gourmet Food Trail Tour

What a perfect spot for a getaway – right in the heart of the Hunter Valley Wine Country. You can leave the car keys in your room as you are within walking distance to six wine cellar doors, four delectable restaurants, a boutique shopping village and the superb Hunter Valley Gardens.

Spend a long weekend relaxing in the heart of Hunter Valley. Try a traditional Hawaiian hot stone therapy to realign the body’s chakras at the De Vine Day Spa. If you feel like an adventure, try hot air ballooning for stunning views over the Hunter, horse riding or bushwalks to experience the region.

Learn the techniques of wine tasting, participate in a wine appreciation tutorial and/or see where wine is made. Enjoy 4-5 private tastings, gourmet food samplings and an antipasto lunch. Each tasting offers a different experience from boutique producers providing a full appreciation of the Valley’s wine produce.

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $192 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $130 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms

DEPARTS: Mon-Sat DURATION: Full Day PRICE GUIDE FROM: $130

Barrington Tops National Park

Scone Muswellbrook

Gresford Camberwell

Hunter Valley Harvest Wine Experience (Departs Sydney) For wine lovers, this is a great way to get acquainted with some of Australia’s best wines. You’ll taste your way around Hunter Valley vineyards, learning the history of the region and its wine making. For the beer connoisseurs, there’s a chance to visit a boutique brewery. DEPARTS: Tue, Wed, Fri & Sun DURATION: Full Day PRICE GUIDE FROM: $225

Singleton

Rental Cars Indulge your senses as you drive the food and wine trail in the Hunter Valley Wine Region. Along the way try fresh local produce, chic cafés and fine restaurants or even a cooking school and see how the locals do it. Drive the rolling hills, explore galleries, walk the natural walking trails and pop into the nearest winery for some cellar door tastings.

Pokolbin Lovedale Morpeth Broke 1 Maitland 2

Wollombi

Cessnock

Newcastle

Wollemi National Park

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $61 (based on 7 day car hire)

The price guide shown is per adult or per adult per night for twin share, based on low season travel. Specials or surcharges may apply depending on travel date.

Sydney

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Experience

Legendary Pacific Coast

Festivals and Events 2016 20 Feb

Mountain Sounds Festival

27 Feb-13 Mar

NSW Surf Life Saving Championships

19 Mar

Opera in the Arboretum

24-28 Mar

Byron Bay Bluesfest

25 Jun

5 Lands Walk

10 Jul

Winter Blues & Jazz Festival

24-26 Jul

Splendour in the Grass

22-25 Sep

Savor the Central Coast

14-23 Oct

Byron Bay International Film Festival

Nov (date TBC)

Central Coast Country Music Festival

Average Temperatures in ˚C Dec-Feb: 18/30 Jun-Aug: 8/22

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Mar-May: 11/29 Sep-Nov: 11/26

Heading north from Sydney along the Pacific Ocean coastline to Brisbane, the scenic Legendary Pacific Coast drive takes you through some of the most striking landscapes and destinations in NSW. Take a self-drive road trip, or fly into one of the airports to well-known destinations showcasing an almost continuous line of pristine surf beaches, lush hinterland and ancient rainforests. HIGHLIGHTS: • Port Stephens: Enjoy year-round water sports at Port Stephens’ Great Lakes Marine Park including diving and snorkeling, surfing and sailing – also home to an array of marine life including resident dolphins. The Worimi Conservation Lands, a coastal desert wilderness, will amaze you with the sheer size and beauty of the sand dunes. • Coffs Harbour: Well-known for its friendly, relaxed atmosphere, its spectacular coastline, and its many attractions, events and a plethora of great restaurants. • Byron Bay: Renowned for beautiful golden beaches, surf culture and a laid-back lifestyle that’s just a little bit hippy, luxury resorts and fine restaurants sit alongside yoga schools and market stalls offering treats like locally grown organic coffee. Once you’ve experienced the spectacular coastline, head into the hinterland where you’ll find more stunning natural scenery including national parks like Mt Warning and Mooball. • Kingscliff: One of The Tweed’s best kept secrets. Kingscliff offers a relaxed vibe, stunning scenery, and is fast becoming known as a gourmet escape. Its coastline consists of a series of golden beaches cradled between headlands, with world class surf breaks to top off this remarkable destination – all within a stone’s throw of the glitzy Gold Coast.


Experience Legendary Pacific Coast Our favourite things to see and do WORIMI CONSERVATION LANDS – Truly one of nature’s masterpieces, stretching over 32km in Port Stephens, whatever your level of adventure is, the dunes offer something for someone. Explore by foot, ride a quad bike or sand board down 30m high dunes. PORT STEPHEN’S DOLPHINS – Around 90-120 bottlenose dolphins live permanently in the waters of Port Stephens. You are sure to catch a glimpse of the dolphins from the rocky coastal headlands and long white beaches of Port Stephens. COFFS HARBOUR’S JETTY STRIP – The harbour’s signature strip of restaurants at the bottom end of Harbour Drive, this is a major attraction for tourists and locals alike. It’s one of the most popular ‘eat streets’ in the entire Coffs Harbour area due to its laid back atmosphere and proximity to the beach and harbour. With more than 20 cafés and restaurants all in the one convenient location, you are bound to find something you enjoy. BYRON BAY FOOD, WINE & NIGHTLIFE – Enjoy a dining experience at Dish Restaurant, which captures Byron’s individual style and creativity and offers the freshest in Australian produce. After dinner head to The Rails for a great night out with the locals, right in the heart of Byron Bay and world famous for its fantastic live music every night of the year! CAPE BYRON LIGHTHOUSE – Take an early morning walk to Australian mainland’s most easterly point and watch the sun rise – the views are amazing, and on a good day you can see the entire coast of Byron Bay! BYRON BAY MARKETS – Treat yourself to a little something made or bought from these markets. The community market happens every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month, with arts, crafts, jewellery and skin care on offer, as well as plants and furniture. The farmers’ market is on every Thursday morning, offering fresh organic produce and a huge range of other locally produced goodies.

Tweed Heads Kingscliff

QUEENSLAND

Byron Bay Ballina Grafton Coffs Harbour

Port Macquarie BARRINGTON TOPS NATIONAL PARK

Taree Forster

Newcastle

Port Stephens

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Byron Accommodation & Sightseeing

Artist’s impression

BreakFree Eco Beach, Byron Bay

1

The Byron at Byron Resort & Spa, Byron Bay

2

Elements of Byron

3

Kick back, relax and ditch the car. Staying at BreakFree Eco Beach you are an easy 10 minute walk from the centre of Byron Bay, where you can waste away the day shopping and eating or chilling out on the pristine beaches Byron Bay’s so famous for. Save the car for a day trip to the Hinterland to explore the natural beauty of the national parks.

Set within a stunning subtropical rainforest this is an idyllic escape in a relaxed atmosphere whilst offering all the special touches you would expect. Relax on the wide open verandahs and admire the magnificent and unique rainforest canopy, while enjoying exceptional service and great food and wine.

Designed with complete reverence to the spectacular landscape. Kick off your shoes and step from your private terrace to the powdery sand at this absolute beachfront paradise. Choose from four exquisite restaurants, lounge by the lagoon pool with a drink in hand or soak up the tranquility at the on-site spa. Opening February 2016.

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $94 ROOM TYPES: Studios, 1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $203 ROOM TYPES: Suites

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $245 ROOM TYPES: Villas

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Cape Byron Lighthouse Shirle y St

1

Go Sea Kayak Byron Bay Tours Jonson St

Arakwai National Park

2

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Paddle up close and personal with dolphins, whales and turtles in Cape Byron’s Marine National Park. Head out from Byron Bay beach and learn about local Aboriginal stories and sacred places. Paddle along The Pass surfing Mecca, Wategos millionaire row and Cape Byron, Australia’s most easterly point. DEPARTS: Daily DURATION: 3 hours PRICE GUIDE FROM: $75

The price guide shown is per adult per night for twin share, based on low season travel. Specials or surcharges may apply depending on travel date.


PaciďŹ c Coast Accommodation, Sightseeing & Rental Cars

Kingscliff 1 2

Byron Bay

Ballina

Lismore

Grafton

3

Coffs Harbour Port Macquarie

Gold Coast

Nelson Bay 4

Newcastle

Armidale

Mantra on Salt Beach, Kingscliff

1

Peppers Salt Resort & Spa, Kingscliff

2

BreakFree Aanuka Beach Resort, Coffs Harbour

3

The beachfront location in the coastal village of Salt is an excellent place to make the most of the outdoors. Hire a bike or go kayaking, or try a cocktail by the pool or a caffeine boost and sweet treat at Surge Restaurant and Bar. There is a BBQ area if you want to relax at the property or you can dine out at one of the restaurants in the village.

Spoil yourself at this luxury holiday resort which boasts the uncrowded 1.2km stretch of Kingscliff Beach on its doorstep. This is a great base to explore Tweed Valley and the Gold Coast Hinterland with swimming, surfing, bushwalking and strolling through quaint villages on offer.

Relax in tropical style at this beachfront resort with maginicent ocean views. A great place for a family holiday with facilities like an outdoor rock pool with slide, four swimming pools and play area, cave spas, tennis courts and more. The beach is only 30m away so if you can tear yourself away from the resort there is plenty to see and do.

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $88 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms, 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Suites

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $119 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms, 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Suites

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $91 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms, Bures & Villas

Sand Dune Adventures

Rental Cars

Located in the heart of Nelson Bay, just a quick walk away from the Marina, great restaurants, cafĂŠs and bars as well as the iconic beaches, Nelson Bay and Dutchies. Be sure to head out on the water for dolphin and whale watching, fishing charters and parasailing, there is plenty to keep you entertained.

Live the adventure that promises you a Quad Riding experience like no other, on the biggest bikes over the biggest dunes! Experience the magnificence of the Worimi Sand Dunes on Stockton Beach. Take in the wonders of the highest sand dunes in the southern hemisphere, the views of the sweeping coastline and learn about history of the land.

Take a scenic drive through some of the most striking landscapes in New South Wales. An almost continuous line of surf beaches, national parks and a hinterland of rolling green hills and friendly villages make this a great drive. With plenty to see along the way, be sure to stop in at Byron.

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $78 ROOM TYPES: Hotel Rooms

DEPARTS: Daily DURATION: 1 hour PRICE GUIDE FROM: $130

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $61 (based on 7 day car hire)

The Nelson Resort

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The price guide shown is per adult per night for twin share, based on low season travel. Specials or surcharges may apply depending on travel date.

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Touring

New South Wales

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Touring New South Wales New South Wales has endless unspoilt beaches and breathtaking natural treasures that are easily reached by vehicle from Sydney. Whether you’re taking day trips or going on a road trip, there’s a surprise around every corner and you will not be disappointed. There’s so much to explore and this way you can see and do it at your own pace. A few of the most famous and most scenic driving routes take you along the Legendary Pacific Coast north of Sydney, through the foot hills of the Snowy Mountains, to the network of national parks and conservation areas that make up the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. You can also drive to Melbourne either via the coast or on the Inland Heritage Route.

Tweed Heads Kingscliff

QUEENSLAND

Byron Bay Lismore Ballina

Lightning Ridge Grafton Coffs Harbour Armidale Tamworth

NEW SOUTH WALES

Port Macquarie Taree

BARRINGTON TOPS NATIONAL PARK

Dubbo

HUNTER VALLEY

Pokolbin Vacy Singleton Cessnock Port Stephens Newcastle

Bathurst

Lithgow Leura

Parramatta

Penrith

BLUE MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK

Bowral

SYDNEY Wollongong

Kiama Jervis Bay

Goulburn

Ulladulla

A.C.T

Batemans Bay

Albury

Narooma

VICTORIA

Thredbo Eden

813

160 398

563

239

404

585

PORT MAQUARIE

464

246

249

COFFS HARBOUR

615

468

409

160

BYRON BAY

854

706

648

398 239

BRISBANE

1019 871

813

563 404 165

85

200 381

1072

115 265

956

183

874

MELBOURNE

871

249 409 648

221

NAROOMA

308 468 706

162

PORT STEPHENS

JERVIS BAY

58.5

NEWCASTLE

WOOLONGONG

464 615 854 1019

SYDNEY

221

BRISBANE

162

BYRON BAY

PORT MAQUARIE

COFFS HARBOUR

PORT STEPHENS

SYDNEY

NEWCASTLE

Distances are approximate, in kilometres and based on direct routes.

SYDNEY

Approximate Distances

165

SYDNEY WOOLONGONG

85

JERVIS BAY

200

115

NAROOMA

381

265 183

MELBOURNE

1072 956 874 691

691

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New South Wales Self-Drives Take a tourist drive or a scenic road trip and explore New South Wales at your own pace. The Grand Pacific drive takes you south of Sydney past sparkling beaches and coastal towns. Explore the Greater Blue Mountains and discover the best natural attractions with lookouts and walking tracks. Or head north of Sydney and get back to nature on the Legendary Pacific Coast drive. Wherever you’re going, there will be plenty to discover along the way.

The Legendary Pacific Coast Touring Route

The Greater Blue Mountains Drive

4 days/3 nights

2 days/1 night

Heading north from Sydney along the Pacific Ocean coastline to Tweed Heads, this scenic drive takes you through some of the most striking landscapes in NSW. An almost continuous line of surf beaches, national parks and a hinterland of rolling green hills and friendly villages.

The Greater Blue Mountains Drive includes discovery trails that branch off the main route, taking you off the beaten track. The common link is the network of national parks and conservation areas that make up the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area.

Day 1: Sydney – Port Stephens Head to The Entrance, one of the prettiest towns on the Central Coast. Travel through Newcastle on your way to Port Stephens, known for its great dolphin and whale watching opportunities (seasonal).

Day 1: Sydney – Leura Head through the pretty towns of Faulconbridge and Hazelbrook and continue to Wentworth Falls. Offering spectacular views over the Jamison Valley and excellent trails into the Blue Mountains National Park, Wentworth Falls is a great place to stop for a walk through the bush. Drive to lovely Leura and take some time to peruse the shops, galleries and craft stores, and then stop for lunch in one of a number of gourmet cafés. It’s just a short drive to neighbouring Katoomba with its historic buildings and antiques stores, and Echo Point where you can view the incredible Three Sisters rock formation from the lookout, or get a different view from Scenic World’s railway, walkway, skyway or cableway.

Day 2: Nelson Bay – South West Rocks Make your way to historic Port Macquarie and stop for a seaside lunch break and walk along the breakwater. South West Rocks is just an hour from here and is a sleepy coastal retreat at its barefoot best. Day 3: South West Rocks – Coffs Harbour Visit Dorrigo National Park before making your way back to the coast to vibrant Coffs Harbour. The coast that sweeps north and south along the Coffs Coast has amazing beaches to suit all tastes.

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Day 4: Coffs Harbour – Byron Bay Make your way to riverside Grafton, famous for its jacaranda trees, and take a walk through the historic streets. Drive inland to Lismore, home to more artists and buskers per capita than anywhere else in Australia. Once you arrive in Byron Bay you can relax at the beach or if you’re feeling energetic take a walk to the Byron Bay Lighthouse – Australia’s most easterly point – for amazing views.

Day 2: Leura – Sydney Take the leisurely Bells Line of Road back to Sydney, and maybe try some of the 18 discovery trails to explore the wilderness further. Drive about 40 minutes north to Hartley Vale – here you’ll find a quaint historic village, along with the remnants of early roads over the Blue Mountains, dating back to the early 19th Century – some of which have now been incorporated into walking tracks. Continue to Mt Tomah through the heart of the Blue Mountains, passing the tiny town of Bell. Drive directly to the Tomah Botanic Gardens and view over 5000 species of cool climate plants before making your way leisurely back to Sydney.

Highlights worth seeing along the way

Highlights worth seeing along the way

ORRIGO: Look down on the canopy from the stunning Skywalk boardwalk 70m in the air.

SCENIC WORLD BLUE MOUNTAINS: The Scenic Railway, Scenic Skyway, Scenic Cableway and Scenic Skywalk take you into the World Heritage-listed rainforest.

POINT NEPEAN: This is one of the best vantage points on the coast to view the migrating whales and the views from Smoky Cape are sensational.

JENOLAN CAVES: With 11 spectacular show caves, underground rivers and amazing formations these are among the oldest cave systems in the world. This is a suggested self-drive itinerary and is to be used in conjunction with a road map.


There really is only one way to see the best of Australia – SELF-DRIVE. A self-drive holiday is about freedom on wheels. You can go where you want, when you want, at your own pace and with peace of mind. All in the privacy of your choice of vehicle and in the company of your loved ones. It is not about speeding to cover as much distance as possible or rushing to see as many places as you can. It is about experiencing and enjoying the places you visit. Forget about scheduled departures and early wake-up calls. When you are in the driver’s seat, you can take control of your adventure. Call 0800 838 747 or go to houseoftravel.co.nz

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New South Wales Self-Drives

Hunter Valley Self-Drive

Sydney to Melbourne Coastal Drive

3 days/2 nights

8 days/7 nights

So close to Sydney yet truly a world away, the Hunter is the birthplace of Australian wine. Here you’ll find world-class Semillon, Shiraz and generations of family winemakers. Add to this an array of activities, such as hot air ballooning, wine tasting tours, cooking schools and multi award winning dining experiences.

This magnificent stretch of coastline is one of Australia’s most dramatic and naturally beautiful self-drives. The waters of the Pacific, Tasman and Bass Strait have carved out dramatic headlands and created beautiful coves and beaches. Visit quaint fishing villages, hamlets and thriving rural towns.

Day 1: Sydney – Hunter Valley Travel the scenic route via Wollombi Village to the Hunter Valley. Visit a number of local food producers to sample fresh handmade cheeses, olives, jams, pickles or honey. Before you check into your accommodation, take time to stop into a winder/cellar door and enjoy your first Hunter Valley Semillon or Shiraz. Buy a bottle or two to take back to your hotel to enjoy.

Day 1-2: Sydney – Jervis Bay – Narooma Take the scenic Grand Pacific Drive to the coastal city of Wollongong, pass through beautiful Kiama and Gerroa before arriving in Jervis Bay. Jervis Bay is well known for its resident dolphins and amazing white sand beaches.

Day 2: Hunter Valley Start the day with a sunrise hot air balloon flight over the vineyards, a great way to get a real feel of the lay of the land. Then it is time to get amongst the vines on a vineyard tour to discover what winemaking is all about. Put this new-found wine knowledge to the test with a visit to some local cellar doors to find your favourite drop. From degustation menus and romantic dining to tapas and casual pub meals, it’s all on offer. Day 3: Hunter Valley – Sydney If you’re a golfer you might want to tee off at the 18 hole Greg Norman designed Vintage Golf Course, or pamper yourself at one of the relaxing day spas. Before heading back to the city a stop at the Hunter Valley Gardens is well worth it. Spanning over 60 acres there are 10 stunning feature gardens.

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Day 3-4: Narooma – Mallacoota – Metung Visit Central Tilba with its array of arts and craft stores before travelling along the beach road to Mimosa Rocks National Park for a picnic and swim. Head to Cape Conran Coastal Park before you reach Lakes Entrance, a picturesque holiday town and fishing port. Day 5-6: Metung – Wilsons Promontory – Phillip Island Head to Wilsons Promontory National Park, Australia’s southernmost point, famous for its wild beaches and mountain views. Cross the bridge to Phillip Island – don’t miss the daily dusk parade of little penguins as they parade up the beach. Day 7-8: Phillip Island – Mornington Peninsula – Melbourne Make your way back across the bridge to Mornington Peninsula, where you can go for walks, dine in excellent restaurants and taste the regional wines on offer at over 50 cellar doors. There are plenty of cute towns to explore on the peninsula as you make your way back to Melbourne, just over an hour away.

Highlights worth seeing along the way

Highlights worth seeing along the way

HUNTER VALLEY CHEESE SHOP: Stop in for the cheese talk and a taste before choosing your favourites to take back to your hotel for your evening snack.

MONTAGUE ISLAND NATIONAL PARK: Within Batemans Marine Park this is a protected island. There’s Aboriginal and lighthouse history, little penguins and fur seals.

BARRINGTON TOP NATIONAL PARK: Surrounding the vineyards is this beautiful, subtropical rainforest with some great walking trails.

JERVIS BAY WHALE AND DOLPHIN WATCHING: See local dolphins and migrating humpback whales (seasonal) within the pristine waters of the Jervis Bay Marine Park. This is a suggested self-drive itinerary and is to be used in conjunction with a road map.


It’s not just a must see. It’s a must drive. From the stunning views of Sea Cliff Bridge, to the beautiful beaches of Bondi, NSW has some of the most iconic scenery in the world. And the best way to take in every beauty spot is with a hire car from Redspot.

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Guided Holidays with AAT Kings AAT Kings strive to represent the very best that New South Wales has to offer. Their people are warm, friendly, engaged and enthusiastic. They love a laugh and a good story and they will show you landscapes and cities that are beautiful beyond belief. With a wide range of Guided Holidays,Short Breaks and Day Tours, they have a travel style to suit every traveller’s taste and budget. Their goal every day is to share Australia with their guests, to bring Australia to life.

Sydney Food & Wine Discovery

Sydney & the Blue Mountains

4 days/3 nights

4 days/3 nights

Discover Sydney and the Hunter Valley’s delicious food and wine and delight your taste buds. Dine at Sydney’s tallest landmark and enjoy a delicious buffet dinner. Explore the Hunter Valley’s finest wineries and enjoy tours and tastings of Hope Estate and McGuigan Wines. You’ll be a wine connoisseur in no time.

You’ve got Sydney covered, see the Sydney Opera House, Manly, Bondi Beach and other iconic sights. Take a cruise on world-famous Sydney Harbour, and travel into the hills to experience the beauty of the Blue Mountains.

Day 1: Sydney Arrive into Sydney and spend the day at your leisure. Check out Sydney’s major shopping malls or take a Captain Cook Harbour Dinner Cruise (own expense) passing through the main harbour attractions.

Day 1: Sydney Arrive into Sydney and spend the day exploring. Perhaps take a stroll through the historic Rocks area and Circular Quay, eat at one of the many restaurants and take in the scenery.

Day 2: Sydney Enjoy a tour of Sydney taking in all the major attractions and ending in Bondi Beach where you can dip your toes in the cool clear water. This evening, dine at the Sydney Tower Restaurant. Enjoy a delicious buffet dinner with over 40 freshly prepared dishes from a range of cuisines.

Day 2: Sydney This morning cross over the Sydney Harbour Bridge and onto famous Manly Beach. Return to the city for a buffet luncheon cruise on Sydney Harbour. This afternoon tour Sydney and see the Opera House, Royal Botanic Gardens and Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair. Finish your day with a visit to famous Bondi Beach, where you’ll have time to wander along the shoreline.

Day 3: Sydney – Hunter Valley – Sydney Visit some of the Hunter Valley’s best wineries and taste what they have to offer. At the Hunter Resort enjoy a tasting platter lunch of seasonal local produce and a range of wine tastings to complement the food. Your final stop is the Hunter Valley Gardens Village, where there’s time for shopping or browsing. Day 4: Sydney Your short break concludes this morning after breakfast. Why not spend a beautiful day out exploring Sydney at your own pace.

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Day 3: Sydney – Blue Mountains – Sydney Marvel at the Three Sisters rock formation and enjoy views of the Jamison Valley. Visit Scenic World and ride the world’s steepest railway. Visit the award-winning Featherdale Wildlife Park and pat a cuddly koala. Why not add-on rides on the Skyway, Cableway and Railway at Scenic World (ask us for details). Day 4: Sydney End your tour on a high with a beautiful day out in Sydney at your own pace.

DEPARTURES: Daily

DEPARTURES: Daily

INCLUSIONS: Airport transfers, 3 nights in 4 star accommodation, 3 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 1 dinner, transport, driver guide

INCLUSIONS: Airport transfers, 3 nights in 4 star accommodation, 3 breakfasts, 1 lunch, transport, driver guide

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $1079

PRICE GUIDE FROM: $995 The price guide shown is per adult based on low season travel. Specials or surcharges may apply depending on travel date.


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To assist you with the selection of your accommodation, we have created our own rating system allowing you to compare each property. Please note that these gradings are to be used as a guide only and may alter throughout the year due to a change of circumstances. Please check with your House of Travel consultant to ensure you get the property that best suits your needs. 7.

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