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Australia

GREAT TRAIN HOLIDAYS


DESTINATIONS

DESTINATIONS

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9

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OUTBACK EXPERIENCES

OUTBACK EXPERIENCES

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11

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OFF TRAIN EXCURSIONS

OFF TRAIN EXCURSIONS

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OPTIONAL OFF TRAIN EXCURSION

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ALSO BY JOURNEY BEYOND

ROTTNEST 17 ISLAND

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PERTH

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AIRLIE BEACH

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ROTTNEST ISLAND

Every effort has been made to ensure the information in this brochure is accurate at the time of publication August 2018.


DARWIN

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CAIRNS

AIRLIE BEACH

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ALICE SPRINGS 15

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ULURU

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BRISBANE 13

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ADELAIDE

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SYDNEY

CANBERRA MELBOURNE

HOBART


A LEGENDARY PAST, A NEW ERA OF EXPERIENCE TRAVERSING FAR AND WIDE ACROSS THE COUNTRY, THE GHAN AND INDIAN PACIFIC ARE ICONS OF AUSTRALIA. Two of the world’s great rail experiences, they evoke a frontier spirit, a legendary connection to the land, and travelling on them is a moving and unforgettable life experience. There is no place in the world like Australia, and the romance of rail offers a unique and memorable way to explore its length and breadth. Showcasing the diverse landscapes, sights, flavours, wildlife, climates and human endeavour that define Australia in the imagination, these transcontinental journeys offer exceptional scale, range and significance.

PLATINUM CLUB

As The Ghan turns 90 and the Indian Pacific approaches half a century of epic transcontinental crossings, their exciting evolution as centrepieces of a new era of experiential travel is only just beginning.

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RAWLINNA, WA

Venture further with curated, powerfully enriching journey extensions that capture the nation in all of its guises: from Outback, to Food & Wine, Nature, Indigenous, Beaches, Adventure, Rail & Sail, and City Stops.


THE GHAN, MARLA, SA

CONTENTS RAIL JOURNEYS

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PLATINUM SERVICE

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GOLD SERVICE

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OUTBACK08 Southern Safari

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Outback to Island

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The Territory Complete

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FOOD & WINE

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Era of Opulence

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Taste of South Australia

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Margaret River Indulgence

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NATURE24 Kakadu Splendour

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Great Western Wonders

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Wonders of the Kimberley

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INDIGENOUS32 Spirit of the Red Centre

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BEACHES36 Indian Ocean Coastal Explorer

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Reef to Reef

40

ADVENTURE

44

Rottnest Wonder

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RAIL JOURNEYS

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PLATINUM CLUB

THERE ARE VERY FEW GLOBAL JOURNEYS CONSIDERED NATIONAL TREASURES BUT THE GHAN AND INDIAN PACIFIC ARE, WITHOUT QUESTION, ICONIC AUSTRALIAN EXPERIENCES. From the moment you step aboard these legendary trains, you can feel it – a spirit of adventure and a sense of something very special about to unfold. Traversing the full length and breadth of the world’s largest island by rail captures the rich tapestry of landscapes, colours, flavours, climates, wildlife and human endeavour that together define the Great Southern Land. These are adventures without peer. And they bring people together. One of the unexpected rewards of joining these coveted rail journeys is the wonderful camaraderie created among those who share the excitement of the trip of a lifetime. It is a moving, emotional and unforgettable experience to ride the rails of history.

It’s a 65-hour transcontinental journey of a scale to stir the wanderlust in anyone. Journeying from one ocean to another, transported in superior comfort on the longest stretch of straight railway in the world, enjoying fine food and wine as you go ... it’s what travel dreams are made of. Emblazoned with a striking wedge-tailed eagle motif that symbolises the scope, range and significance of each epic crossing, the Indian Pacific has been traversing Australia for almost 50 years. The standard gauge rail that made the first trip across Australia possible was extended again in 1983 enabling the train to service Adelaide, which remains a focal point today for all rail journeys. A far cry from the days of endless rail hops to get from one end of the country to the other, guests on the Indian Pacific and The Ghan now travel in style with the choice of Platinum or Gold Service. Both service levels include a huge range of immersive Off Train Experiences to fully experience the richness of the unique environments they travel through.

Half a century later, rail construction transformed the delivery of goods across inland Australia, but the incredible contribution of these outback pioneers was immortalised when the first steam train rolled into Stuart (which later became Alice Springs) in 1929. On that momentous journey, the train was dubbed ‘The Afghan Express’ and then shortened to the legend it is today, ‘The Ghan’.

GOLD SERVICE TWIN CABIN

The legend of The Ghan stems from the 1830s when the first Afghan cameleers arrived in Australia.

BROKEN HILL, NSW

Like its sister train, the Indian Pacific’s story is also one of nation-building. With a 10,000-strong welcoming party, the train’s arrival for the first time in Perth in 1970 heralded a significant moment in Australian history as the first unbroken rail trip to span the country’s eastern and western boundaries – the Indian and Pacific Oceans.

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PLATINUM SERVICE

PLATINUM SERVICE INCLUDES oo All-inclusive dining, beverages, Off Train Excursions and Outback Experiences

oo Spacious Double or Twin cabin almost twice the size of a Gold Service Twin cabin

oo By day, cabins are set up lounge-style with a moveable table

FOR THE DISCERNING TRAVELLER, THE PLATINUM SERVICE ADDS AN ENHANCED LEVEL OF SOPHISTICATION TO EACH JOURNEY.

and two ottomans

oo By night, lounges are converted to double or twin beds oo En suite equipped with separate shower, vanity with

cupboard space, toilet and Australian bathroom amenities

Stylishly appointed, spacious suites complemented by discreet, personalised service and world class food and wine make this a very special travel experience.

oo In-cabin music channels and journey audio commentary oo Panoramic windows offering views from both sides of the train

Platinum guests enjoy premium extras like, a full-size en suite, expansive window views from both sides of the train, and exclusive use of the Platinum Club carriage.

oo Access to the exclusive Platinum Club for dining and socialising oo Freshly prepared continental breakfasts served upon request in-cabin

oo Refreshments served in-cabin oo Transfers at the start and end of your journey available for guests within 60 km of the terminal

oo 90 kg checked luggage allowance per guest

PLATINUM SERVICE TWIN CABIN BY NIGHT

(3 x 30 kg each).

PLATINUM SERVICE DOUBLE CABIN

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THE MOMENT YOU STEP INTO YOUR CABIN, YOU’LL BE IMMERSED INTO A WORLD OF ROMANCE THAT EPITOMISES RAIL TRAVEL. Tastefully appointed private accommodation, Gold Service is the most popular level of service sought by our travellers.

GOLD SERVICE INCLUDES oo All-inclusive dining in the Queen Adelaide

Restaurant, Off Train Excursions and Outback Experiences

oo Access to the Outback Explorer Lounge for beverages and socialising

oo All-inclusive Australian wines, beers, spirits and non-alcoholic beverages

oo In-cabin music channels and journey audio commentary

oo Complimentary Australian bathroom amenities oo Complimentary shuttle bus transfers available oo 60 kg checked luggage allowance per guest (2 x 30 kg each).

GOLD SERVICE TWIN CABIN oo A comfortable sleeper cabin featuring upper and lower sleeping berths that convert to a threeseater lounge by day

oo Private compact en suite featuring a shower and toilet

QUEEN ADELAIDE RESTAURANT

between Darwin Terminal and the city centre

GOLD SERVICE SINGLE CABIN BY DAY

PLATINUM SERVICE DOUBLE CABIN BY DAY

GOLD SERVICE

GOLD SERVICE SINGLE CABIN oo A compact sleeper cabin featuring a bed that

converts to a seat by day, private vanity, with shared shower/toilet facilities located at the end of the carriage

GOLD SERVICE TWIN CABIN BY NIGHT SERVICE LEVELS

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OUTBACK


TO TRULY EXPERIENCE AND FULLY APPRECIATE THE ESSENCE OF AUSTRALIA, YOU NEED TO CONNECT WITH ITS RED HEART. AND THERE IS NO BETTER WAY TO ACCESS THE VAST INTERIOR THAN BY ENJOYING THE RELAXED COMFORT OF A LEGENDARY TRAIN TO TAKE YOU THERE.

SIMPSONS GAP, NT

THE GHAN AND INDIAN PACIFIC OFFER MUCH MORE THAN A SEAMLESS LUXURY TRANSIT INTO THE OUTBACK. CHOOSE FROM A RANGE OF HOLIDAY OPTIONS THAT EXTEND YOUR DISCOVERY BY VENTURING FURTHER INTO THIS INSPIRING, CAPTIVATING AND SPIRITUAL LAND.

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SOUTHERN SAFARI

INDIAN PACIFIC FROM $419 PER PERSON PER DAY

FLINDERS RANGES WILPENA POUND

SYDNEY

7 DAYS

6 NIGHTS

DEPARTURE

S M T W T F S

There is arguably no greater contrast in travel experiences than venturing inland from Australia’s capital cities. In just a few hours, journeying from the bright lights of a modern metropolis to the stirring silence of the vast outback is an experiential and emotional shift unparalleled anywhere. This holiday adventure, departing from Sydney, presents that incredible diversity, splendour and awe-inspiring scale of the outback in spectacular style aboard the Indian Pacific.

ADELAIDE

PRICE PER Low Shoulder High PERSON FROM Season Season Season Gold Service Advance Purchase

$2,859

$3,055

$3,240

Gold Service Everyday

$3,078

$3,309

$3,378

Platinum Service Everyday

$3,667

$4,047

$4,128

7 DAYS

6 NIGHTS

13 MEALS

*P  rices based on twin share. Single supplements apply for single travellers. Advance Purchase fares are subject to availability. Prices are subject to change.

ALTERNATIVE JOURNEYS

INCLUSIONS oo 2 days/1 night aboard the Indian Pacific, Sydney to Adelaide including all meals, beverages and Off Train Excursion in Broken Hill

oo Transfer from Adelaide Parklands Terminal to Hotel oo 3 nights accommodation in Adelaide including breakfast daily oo 3 days/2 nights Flinders Ranges and Outback small group Eco Safari including accommodation and guided touring

oo 6 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 3 dinners

HIGHLIGHTS oo Visit Mount Remarkable National Park

Adelaide to Sydney (7D/6N)

oo Explore Quorn and the Old Ghan Railway Station

Perth to Adelaide (9D/8N)

oo Entry to Flinders Ranges National Park

Adelaide to Perth (10D/9N)

oo See the incredible rock formations of Wilpena Pound, Brachina and Bunyeroo Gorges

oo Visit an ancient Aboriginal Rock Art site oo Pass through the wine region of Clare Valley

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DAY 1 BOARD THE INDIAN PACIFIC IN SYDNEY

From Sydney, after leaving the harbour city behind, your first stop is like stepping into another world. On the western extremity of New South Wales, Broken Hill, with its harsh arid landscape – often featured in cinema for its unforgiving, lunar-like appearance – offers a range of fascinating Off Train Excursions that highlight and celebrate how industrious locals have adapted to their incredible outback home. OVERNIGHT: Indian Pacific (D)

INDIAN PACIFIC, ADELAIDE

After your arrival into Adelaide, you’ll have the afternoon free to explore the city ahead of your unforgettable outback adventure. OVERNIGHT: Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide on Hindley (B,L) DAY 3

ADELAIDE TO WILPENA POUND

You are about to be immersed in a pocket of Australia where legends were born. Your expertly guided outback Eco Safari begins by heading north along the coast through Port Wakefield and Port Germein, and onward to the Southern Flinders Ranges to Mount Remarkable National Park. It’s here you’ll explore 600 million year old mountain peaks and enjoy gorgeous views over Spencer Gulf before venturing further through picturesque Pichi Richi Pass and Quorn – once the starting point of the original Ghan Railway. For the remainder of the day, expect to see an abundance of native wildlife as you pass through ghost towns heading for your accommodation at Wilpena Pound Resort. OVERNIGHT: 2 nights Wilpena Pound Resort (B,L,D)

WILPENA POUND

Today is all about exploring an icon of the outback. Enjoy a guided walk along dry creek beds to Wangara Lookout to view spectacular Wilpena Pound. After taking in the stunning beauty of this amazing natural amphitheatre, your exploration and geological understanding of the outback continues at Bunyeroo and Brachina Gorges – home to some of the oldest rock formations and fossils on earth. (B,L,D) DAY 5

WILPENA POUND TO ADELAIDE

The final day of your Eco Safari begins on foot with an early morning bush walk to an ancient rock art site of great spiritual significance to the Adnyamathanha people. The journey back to Adelaide descends through the magnificent Southern Flinders Ranges toward the acclaimed wine country of the Clare Valley. OVERNIGHT: 2 nights Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide on Hindley (B,L) DAY 6

LEISURE DAY

Today is yours to enjoy a stroll around Adelaide’s shopping district or take a tram to beautiful beachside Glenelg. (B)

WE RECOMMEND Best of Adelaide tour $184 per person. A great option if you’ve never been to the city before or if you’d just like to learn more about it. This tour includes a cruise on the River Torrens, a visit to the village of Hahndorf and a threecourse dinner.

DAY 7

FAREWELL

It’s time to check out of your accommodation after a rich and rewarding discovery of outback Australia. (B)

OUTBACK EXPLORER LOUNGE

FLINDERS RANGES, SA

DAY 2

DAY 4

BROKEN HILL. NSW OUTBACK

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OUTBACK TO ISLAND

THE GHAN EXPEDITION FROM $599 PER PERSON PER DAY 13 DAYS

12 NIGHTS

DEPARTURE

S M T W T F S

Enjoy the very best of the dramatic scenery and diverse experiences offered by the contrasts between Australia’s vast interior and its rugged coastlines. And there’s no better way to link them all together than by travelling on The Ghan Expedition. You’ll be captivated by the power of Kakadu, the inspiring gorge country of Katherine, subterranean life in Coober Pedy, the tranquillity of the Barossa Valley and fascinating Kangaroo Island.

INCLUSIONS oo 3 nights accommodation in Darwin including breakfast daily oo 2 days/1 night Kakadu and East Alligator River including accommodation and guided touring

oo Transfer from Hotel to Darwin Rail Terminal oo 4 days/3 nights aboard The Ghan Expedition, Darwin to Adelaide, including all meals, beverages and Off Train Excursions in Katherine, Alice Springs and Coober Pedy

oo Transfer from Adelaide Parklands Terminal to Airport oo 2 days/2 nights Kangaroo Island in Style tour including flights to and from the Island, accommodation and personalised touring

oo 3 nights accommodation in Adelaide including breakfast daily oo 1 day Northern Barossa Valley Voyager tour oo 11 breakfasts, 8 lunches, 4 dinners

HIGHLIGHTS oo Visit Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre oo Cruise Yellow Water Billabong oo Explore Nourlangie, Ubirr and Arnhem Land oo Wildlife experience at Seal Bay Conservation Park oo Explore Flinders Chase National Park, Admirals Arch and Remarkable Rocks

oo Cellar door wine tastings in the Barossa Valley

PRICE PER PERSON FROM

Shoulder High Season Season

Gold Service Advance Purchase

$7,773

$8,742

Gold Service Everyday

$8,638

$9,191

Platinum Service Everyday

$11,060

$11,625

13 DAYS

12 NIGHTS

23 MEALS

*P  rices based on twin share. Single supplements apply for single travellers. Advance Purchase fares are subject to availability. Prices are subject to change.

ALTERNATIVE JOURNEYS Darwin to Adelaide (12D/11N) Adelaide to Darwin (12D/11N)

DARWIN

KAKADU

ALICE SPRINGS

KANGAROO ISLAND QUEEN ADELAIDE RESTAURANT

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BAROSSA VALLEY

ADELAIDE


DAY 1

ARRIVE DARWIN

DAY 8 THE GHAN EXPEDITION, ADELAIDE AND KANGAROO ISLAND

The starting point of your journey is the tropical capital of the north where you’ll check in to your overnight accommodation.

Pass through the majestic Flinders Ranges as you head towards Adelaide. On arrival, transfer to the Airport for your flight to the magical place of Kangaroo Island to be met by your guide for your transfer to your accommodation.

OVERNIGHT: Hilton Darwin DAY 2

DARWIN TO KAKADU NATIONAL PARK

OVERNIGHT: 2 nights Mercure Kangaroo Island Lodge (B)

As you travel along the Arnhem Highway, the excitement level escalates. Soon you’ll be in the heart of Kakadu National Park enjoying a full day of immersive experiences. You’ll cruise the Yellow Water Billabong, search for saltwater crocodiles, see a variety of informative displays at the Warradjan Cultural Centre, and be guided to ancient rock art galleries at Nourlangie.

DAY 9

Commence your two day tour this morning. Walk through Lathami Conservation Park, visit a beautiful beach to stroll among Australian sea lions, and then head off for more exploring. (B,L,D)

OVERNIGHT: Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel (B,L)

DAY 10

KAKADU NATIONAL PARK TO DARWIN

See the Island’s wild side today in Flinders Chase National Park. Then it’s onward to dramatic Cape de Couedic and Remarkable Rocks. After more touring, you’ll be transferred to the airport for your return to Adelaide.

At the World Heritage area of Ubirr, your guide will reveal art sites dating back more than 20,000 years. On your way to join the Guluyambi Cruise on the East Alligator River, you’ll visit a lookout to take in the majestic vistas of the Kakadu wetlands. Later, with special permission of the traditional owners, you’ll go ashore in Arnhem Land, finishing with a visit to the Bowali Visitor Centre.

OVERNIGHT: 3 nights Hilton Adelaide (B,L) DAY 11

LEISURE DAY

The day is free to enjoy Darwin. (B)

DAY 12

WE RECOMMEND

This tour takes you to all the city landmarks including the Botanic Gardens, the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, and Darwin Aviation Museum.

WE RECOMMEND Morning Adelaide City tour $69 per person. See all the city highlights of Adelaide including its grand boulevards and terraces, magnificent churches and gardens, and Adelaide Oval.

DAY 5 BOARD THE GHAN EXPEDITION IN DARWIN

DAY 13

Today you join The Ghan Expedition and your first Off Train Excursion is soon underway when you choose from a range of options in Katherine.

DAY 7

THE GHAN EXPEDITION, COOBER PEDY

FAREWELL

This spectacular two weeks full of incredible experiences finishes in Adelaide for your return journey home. (B)

OVERNIGHT: 3 nights The Ghan Expedition (B,L,D)

After your first night on The Ghan, you’ll wake in the red centre of Australia, Alice Springs. Prepare for a day of fascinating excursions and, in the evening, dine under a million stars. (B,L,D)

LEISURE DAY

Enjoy Adelaide at your leisure. (B)

Darwin City Sights tour $103 per person.

DAY 6 THE GHAN EXPEDITION, ALICE SPRINGS

BAROSSA VALLEY

Today you’ll be touring one of the world’s great wine regions, the Barossa Valley. With exclusive cellar door experiences, you’ll be hosted by passionate vignerons explaining what makes this region and its wines so special. (B,L)

OVERNIGHT: 2 nights Hilton Darwin (L) DAY 4

KANGAROO ISLAND TO ADELAIDE

KANGAROO ISLAND, SA

NITMILUK (KATHERINE), NT

DAY 3

KANGAROO ISLAND

When you next disembark in remote Manguri, you’ll enjoy a full day exploring the amazing opal mining township of Coober Pedy. (B,L,D)

OUTBACK

» OUTBACK TO ISLAND

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THE TERRITORY COMPLETE

THE GHAN FROM $444 PER PERSON PER DAY 14 DAYS

13 NIGHTS

DEPARTURE

S M T W T F S

If your dream is to see the best of the Australian outback and immerse yourself in the heart of it with hands-on experiences, this is your ultimate holiday. It doesn’t come any better than travelling on The Ghan, exploring Uluru and Kata Tjuta, cruising Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge and touring Kakadu, all in one sensational journey through the nation’s heartland.

HIGHLIGHTS oo Witness Uluru at sunrise and sunset oo Visit the mystical domes of Kata Tjuta oo Appreciate the soaring sandstone walls of Kings Canyon

oo View informative displays at the Warradjan Cultural Centre

oo Cruise Yellow Water Billabong oo See rock art galleries at Nourlangie oo Go ashore in Arnhem Land

DARWIN

KAKADU

INCLUSIONS oo 2 days/1 night aboard The Ghan, Adelaide to Alice Springs, including all meals, beverages and Off Train Experience in Marla

oo Transfer from Alice Springs Rail Terminal to Hotel oo 4 nights accommodation in Alice Springs including breakfast daily

oo 4 days/3 nights Kata Tjuta, Uluru and Kings Canyon including

ALICE SPRINGS ULURU KATA TJUTA KINGS CANYON

accommodation and guided touring

oo Transfer from Hotel to Alice Springs Rail Terminal oo 2 days/1 night aboard The Ghan, Alice Springs to Darwin, including all meals, beverages and Off Train Excursion in Katherine

ADELAIDE

oo Transfer from Darwin Rail Terminal to Hotel oo 3 nights accommodation in Darwin including breakfast daily oo 2 days/1 night Kakadu and East Alligator River including accommodation and guided touring

oo 9 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 3 dinners

PRICE PER PERSON FROM

Shoulder High Season Season

Gold Service Advance Purchase

$6,170

$7,138

Gold Service Everyday

$6,781

$7,461

Platinum Service Everyday

$8,373

$9,007

14 DAYS

13 NIGHTS

17 MEALS

* Prices based on twin share. Single supplements apply for single travellers. Advance Purchase fares are subject to availability. Prices are subject to change.

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DAY 1

BOARD THE GHAN IN ADELAIDE

Board The Ghan in Adelaide, heading for the Flinders Ranges and beyond. OVERNIGHT: The Ghan (L,D) DAY 2

THE GHAN, ALICE SPRINGS

YELLOW WATER BILLABONG, NT

Wake to an unforgettable outback sunrise at Marla before making your way to Alice Springs. OVERNIGHT: 2 nights Crowne Plaza Alice Springs Lasseters (B,L) DAY 3

LEISURE DAY

Discover Alice Springs at your leisure. (B)

WE RECOMMEND Alice Springs Outback Balloon Flight from $275 per person. To really appreciate the scope and beauty of the area surrounding the town in Australia’s red centre, why not take a balloon flight and see it all from above?

DAY 4

ALICE SPRINGS TO ULURU

Prepare for one of life’s ultimate travel experiences when you begin your journey to Uluru. Along the way, you’ll visit a camel farm and see majestic Attila (Mount Conner) ahead of a sunset experience at Kata Tjuta. OVERNIGHT: 2 nights Voyages Sails in the Desert (B) DAY 5

KATA TJUTA AND ULURU

It’s an early start to experience the full grandeur of Uluru from the sunrise viewing area before your short journey to the 36 mystical domes of Kata Tjuta. In the afternoon, you’ll travel around the base of Uluru, visit Kuniya Walk and Mutitjulu Waterhole before visiting Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre. End the day with an Uluru sunset complemented by an Aussie barbecue. (D) DAY 6

ULURU AND KINGS CANYON

DAY 10

THE GHAN, KATHERINE AND DARWIN

The landscapes continue to transform as you head towards Katherine and your Off Train Excursion before continuing to Darwin. OVERNIGHT: 2 nights Rydges Darwin Central (B,L) DAY 11

LEISURE DAY

Explore Darwin at your leisure. (B)

WE RECOMMEND Croc N History Explorer Ticket from $103 per person. Combine two of Darwin’s premier attractions with one ticket. The flexible Croc N History Explorer ticket gives you entry to both Crocosaurus Cove and the Royal Flying Doctor Service Tourist Facility. As well as access to the 24 hour Hop On Hop Off Big Bus.

DAY 12

DARWIN TO KAKADU NATIONAL PARK

Travel along the Arnhem Highway to the heart of Kakadu National Park. Visit Warradjan Cultural Centre, cruise Yellow Water Billabong and stop at Nourlangie where you will be guided to ancient rock art galleries. OVERNIGHT: Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel (B,L) DAY 13

KAKADU NATIONAL PARK TO DARWIN

Explore the World Heritage area of Ubirr, climb up through the ancient Aboriginal rock art galleries to the lookout for the view over the surrounding wetlands. Join the Guluyambi Cruise and go ashore in Arnhem Land. Stop at Bowali Visitor Centre before returning to Darwin. OVERNIGHT: Rydges Darwin Central (L) DAY 14

FAREWELL

Today completes your life-changing two-week adventure. (B)

Start the day at leisure or take part in the free activities on offer at the Resort. Later, travel to Kings Canyon. OVERNIGHT: Kings Canyon Resort DAY 7

KINGS CANYON TO ALICE SPRINGS

Join a guided climb to the rim of Kings Canyon for incredible views of Watarrka National Park. Follow the rim of the canyon and, if you have time, descend into the Garden of Eden. Visit Kings Creek Station en route to Alice Springs. OVERNIGHT: 2 nights Crowne Plaza Alice Springs Lasseters DAY 8

LEISURE DAY

Explore Alice Springs at your own pace. (B) DAY 9

BOARD THE GHAN IN ALICE SPRINGS

Enjoy watching the beautiful scenery pass by your window as you relax aboard The Ghan. OVERNIGHT: The Ghan (B,D)

KATA TJUTA, NT OUTBACK

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CULINARY TOURING IS BOOMING IN POPULARITY AND THERE ARE NO SURPRISES WHY AUSTRALIA IS LEADING THE WAY. LED BY THE GOURMET EXPERIENCE ABOARD THE GHAN AND INDIAN PACIFIC, WHERE OUR EXPERT CHEFS SOURCE THE BEST LOCAL INGREDIENTS AND PAIR DISHES WITH REGIONAL WINES, YOU CAN EXTEND THE GASTRONOMIC ENJOYMENT OF YOUR HOLIDAY IN OUR CAPITAL CITIES.

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ALICE SPRINGS, NT

IN SYDNEY, CRUISE THE MAGNIFICENT HARBOUR OVER LUNCH OR JOIN A BOUTIQUE TOUR OF THE HUNTER VALLEY. ADELAIDE HAS LONG BEEN A MAGNET FOR FOODIES - EXPERIENCE THE FLAVOURS OF THE WORLD FAMOUS BAROSSA VALLEY. AND IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA, WE HAVE AN INDULGENT TOUR OF MARGARET RIVER YOU WON’T WANT TO MISS.


FOOD & WINE


ERA OF OPULENCE

INDIAN PACIFIC FROM $333 PER PERSON PER DAY 6 DAYS

5 NIGHTS

DEPARTURE

S M T W T F S

The breadth of Australia’s staggering diversity and unparalleled grandeur unfolds before your eyes travelling between Adelaide and Sydney on the Indian Pacific. Add fine wine and regionally inspired meals, and it really is a journey of the senses. Continue your enriching holiday experience when you arrive in Sydney with more indulgent adventures.

INCLUSIONS oo 2 days/1 night aboard the Indian Pacific, AdelaideDARWIN to Sydney, including all meals, beverages and Off Train Excursions in Broken Hill and Blue Mountains

oo 4 nights accommodation in Sydney including breakfast daily oo Sydney Harbour Tall Ships Lunch oo 1 day Hunter Valley Wine tour oo 5 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 1 dinner

SYDNEY, NSW

HIGHLIGHTS oo Cruise Sydney Harbour on an 1850’s style cruise ship, with the opportunity to help hoist and set the sails

oo Sail past Sydney Opera House, Fort Denison, Garden Island, Taronga Zoo, Luna Park and Admiralty House

oo Meet the wine growers behind the Hunter Valley's boutique wines

HUNTER VALLEY

oo Indulge in wine tasting, cheese, chocolates and explore the shops and galleries

SYDNEY

HUNTER VALLEY, NSW

ADELAIDE

PRICE PER Low Shoulder High PERSON FROM Season Season Season Gold Service Advance Purchase

$1,994

$2,179

$2,363

Gold Service Everyday

$2,202

$2,433

$2,502

Platinum Service Everyday

$2,732

$3,113

$3,194

6 DAYS

5 NIGHTS

10 MEALS

*P  rices based on twin share. Single supplements apply for single travellers. Advance Purchase fares are subject to availability. Prices are subject to change.

ALTERNATIVE JOURNEYS Sydney to Adelaide (6D/5N) Perth to Sydney (8D/7N) Sydney to Perth (8D/7N)

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BLUE MOUNTAINS, NSW DAY 1 BOARD THE INDIAN PACIFIC IN ADELAIDE

After leaving the cosmopolitan city of Adelaide, you’ll venture deep into the remote outback to arrive in Broken Hill. Connect with the town’s world famous artists, its mining heritage and cinematic legacy with a choice of Off Train Excursions.

DAY 4

LEISURE DAY

Today is yours to explore the Harbour City from the CBD to Chinatown, Manly to Newtown, museums, aquariums, Barangaroo or Darling Harbour … there are plenty of diverse sights, flavours and experiences to enjoy. (B)

WE RECOMMEND

OVERNIGHT: Indian Pacific (L,D)

Eat, Drink, Walk Sydney $99 per person.

DAY 2 INDIAN PACIFIC, BLUE MOUNTAINS AND SYDNEY

You could spend weeks covering Sydney and still not see all its charms and hidden gems. This evening, you will discover a world of tucked away bars and eateries, historic places and hideaways only the locals know about.

Wake this morning to the stunning Blue Mountains, disembark the Indian Pacific to explore this magnificent region on an Off Train Excursion. In the Blue Mountains, explore ancient rainforests and take in stunning views of Jamison Valley, the Three Sisters and Katoomba Falls. OVERNIGHT: 4 nights Rydges Sydney Central (B,L) DAY 3

SYDNEY HARBOUR

What better way to enjoy the magnificence of Sydney Harbour than the rush of experiencing it in a tall ship as the first European settlers did? The Southern Swan and the Soren Larsen offer the thrill and spectacle of 1850s sailing but have all the creature comforts of 21st century vessels. Sail past icons like the Sydney Opera House, the Harbour Bridge, Fort Denison and more. Enjoy a three-course lunch on board and, if you’re keen, you can even join in the hoisting of the sail! (B,L)

DAY 5

HUNTER VALLEY

Today you get to savour the best of the region’s wines with a tour to the Hunter Valley. Away from the tourist trails, enjoy this tailored journey taking in three wineries with the hassle taken out of having to do your own research of this popular day-trip destination. (B,L) DAY 6

FAREWELL

One last chance to explore Sydney before your onward journey home. (B)

FOOD & WINE

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TASTE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA

DARWIN

THE GHAN FROM $518 PER PERSON PER DAY 8 DAYS

7 NIGHTS

DEPARTURE

S M T W T F S

ALICE SPRINGS

If you are a lover of fine food and wine, then South Australia must definitely be on your hit list. This flavour-filled State has the perfect combination of climates, soils and topography that produce some of the world’s most sought-after wines and produce. BAROSSA VALLEY

INCLUSIONS

ADELAIDE

oo 5 nights accommodation in Adelaide including breakfast daily oo The Iconic Penfolds Experience tour including a 3 course lunch with matching wines

oo 1 day Northern Barossa Valley Voyager tour

PRICE PER PERSON FROM

Shoulder High Season Season

oo Transfer from Hotel to Adelaide Parklands Terminal

Gold Service Advance Purchase

$4,140

$4,601

oo 3 days/2 nights aboard The Ghan, Adelaide to Darwin,

Gold Service Everyday

$4,751

$4,924

Platinum Service Everyday

$6,308

$6,435

including all meals, beverages and Off Train Experiences in Marla, Alice Springs and Katherine

oo 7 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 1 dinner

HIGHLIGHTS

8 DAYS

7 NIGHTS

*P  rices based on twin share. Single supplements apply for single travellers. Advance Purchase fares are subject to availability. Prices are subject to change.

oo Visit the original Grange Cottage at Penfolds

ALTERNATIVE JOURNEYS

oo See Penfolds underground cellars

Darwin to Adelaide (8D/7N)

oo Indulge in an exclusive selection of Penfolds' most coveted wines

oo Discover the history of the Barossa Valley oo Enjoy cellar door tastings

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13 MEALS

Darwin to Adelaide (Expedition) (9D/8N) Adelaide to Alice Springs (7D/6N) Alice Springs to Adelaide (7D/6N)


ARRIVE ADELAIDE

DAY 4

Check in to your accommodation after exploring the food and wine capital at your leisure.

Today your boutique wine and food touring continues with a visit to the very special and historic Northern Barossa with its 80 cellar doors. You’ll even visit one of the oldest vineyards in the world where Shiraz vines were planted in 1843. (B,L)

OVERNIGHT: 5 nights Pullman Adelaide DAY 2

PENFOLDS MAGILL ESTATE

As far as gourmet experiences go, today you are about to indulge in one of Australia’s absolute best. The legendary Penfolds Magill Estate – where some of the world’s great wines are produced – is your venue for an epicurean adventure you’ll never forget.

DAY 5

DAY 6

BOARD THE GHAN IN ADELAIDE

Board The Ghan in Adelaide for an iconic showcase journey of inland Australia. As the train leaves the city heading for the Flinders Ranges and beyond, the dramatic changes in landscape will become a familiar highlight of the next two days.

LEISURE DAY

OVERNIGHT: 2 nights The Ghan (B,L,D)

Today is yours to explore one of Australia’s most elegant and sophisticated cities.

DAY 7

THE GHAN, ALICE SPRINGS

After your first night enjoying the fine dining and relaxed luxury of this iconic train, you’ll wake to an unforgettable outback sunrise at Marla – a remote outpost 160 kilometres from the Northern Territory border that marks the start of the Oodnadatta Track.

If you’d like to get right to the source of that gourmet experience by visiting another wine-growing region, McLaren Vale is a perfect option. (B)

WE RECOMMEND McLaren Vale Winery Experience $180 per person.

Enjoy the magnificent outback scenery pass you by as you make your way to Alice Springs. (B,L,D)

A tour to McLaren Vale along the beautiful Fleurieu Peninsula includes four cellar door experiences and a delicious restaurant lunch. The region is best known for its Shiraz but expert vignerons will explain why Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay grapes also thrive in this unique microclimate.

DAY 8

THE GHAN, KATHERINE AND DARWIN

When the landscape transforms into rocky gorges and fast-flowing canyon streams, prepare to experience one of the Top End’s most impressive natural wonders. Continue to Darwin where your journey concludes. (B,L)

PENFOLDS MAGILL ESTATE, SA

BAROSSA VALLEY, SA

LEISURE DAY

Explore more of Adelaide at your leisure. (B)

Enjoy tastings, including Grange, in private rooms before heading to the Magill Estate Cellar Door for a sumptuous lunch. (B,L) DAY 3

BAROSSA VALLEY

QUEEN ADELAIDE RESTAURANT

DAY 1

FOOD & WINE

» TASTE OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA

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MARGARET RIVER INDULGENCE

INDIAN PACIFIC FROM $439 PER PERSON PER DAY 9 DAYS

8 NIGHTS

DEPARTURE

S M T W T F S

As the perfect primer for the relaxed luxury adventure and gourmet experience, touring the beautiful Margaret River is ideal. An internationally acclaimed producer of premium wines, regional food specialties and artisan providores have been added to its menu of attractions. Combined with some stunning natural assets, exploring Margaret River is a wonderfully indulgent start to your journey.

INCLUSIONS oo 3 nights accommodation in Perth including breakfast daily oo 3 days/2 nights Margaret River Escape including accommodation and personalised touring

oo Transfer from Hotel to East Perth Rail Terminal oo 4 days/3 nights aboard the Indian Pacific, Perth to Sydney including all meals, beverages and Off Train Experiences in Kalgoorlie, Rawlinna, Cook, Adelaide, Broken Hill and Blue Mountains

oo 8 breakfasts, 7 lunches, 3 dinners

HIGHLIGHTS oo Stroll the longest timber jetty in the southern hemisphere, Busselton Jetty

oo See mobs of western grey kangaroos in their natural environment

oo Delight in the tastes of Margaret River’s wine, beer, coffee, cheese, olive oil and chocolate

PERTH MARGARET RIVER

oo Go underground at the spectacular Mammoth Cave

SYDNEY

ADELAIDE

oo View the tallest lighthouse on mainland Australia, Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse

PRICE PER PERSON FROM

Gold Service Advance Purchase $3,955

$4,209

Gold Service Everyday

$4,555

$4,866

$5,131

Platinum Service Everyday

$6,054

$6,896

$7,208

MARGARET RIVER, WA

9 DAYS

22

Low Shoulder High Season Season Season

8 NIGHTS

$4,785

18 MEALS

*P  rices based on twin share. Single supplements apply for single travellers. Advance Purchase fares are subject to availability. Prices are subject to change.

ALTERNATIVE JOURNEYS Sydney to Perth (9D/8N) Adelaide to Perth (8D/7N) Perth to Adelaide (8D/7N)


DAY 1

ARRIVE PERTH

DAY 6

After making your own way to Perth, settle in to your accommodation.

This morning you will join the Indian Pacific, departing Perth, before heading east through the delightful Avon Valley. Take time out to enjoy this iconic train and relax in the Outback Explorer Lounge in anticipation of your late-night arrival into the gold mining township of Kalgoorlie.

OVERNIGHT: Mercure Perth DAY 2

PERTH TO MARGARET RIVER

Your journey starts with a picturesque drive south to the fabulous Margaret River region enjoying several stops along the way.

OVERNIGHT: 3 nights Indian Pacific (L,D) DAY 7

Wake to a spectacular Nullarbor sunrise. Relax throughout the morning taking in the outback vistas before a regionally inspired menu of modern Australian cuisine and fine wines awaits you for lunch. Today we visit the extraordinary and slightly eerie ghost town of Cook, home to a thriving population of four. (B, L, D)

OVERNIGHT: 2 nights Margarets Beach Resort (B,L)

MARGARET RIVER

Today is a sensory overload of wonderful food, wine, culture and scenery as we indulge in regional specialties, including wine, as well as craft beer, coffee, cheeses, olive oil and chocolate with various esteemed local producers. (B,L) DAY 4

DAY 8 INDIAN PACIFIC, ADELAIDE AND BROKEN HILL

As the landscape changes again and rich ochre sands make way for forests and farmlands, you will arrive into Adelaide. After a rewarding Off Train Excursion in the South Australian capital, return to the Indian Pacific to continue your journey toward Sydney.

MARGARET RIVER TO PERTH

Today, we head to Redgate Beach to hear stories of the shipwrecks that lie offshore, then head underground to explore the spectacular Mammoth Cave. Next stop, majestic Boranup Forest dominated by 60-metre tall karri trees, and a tour of the tallest lighthouse on mainland Australia, Cape Leeuwin, before stopping for lunch in Augusta.

Your next stop is Broken Hill where you’ll again have a choice of excursions that showcase the rich mining, artistic and cinematic legacy of this frontier outback town. (B, L, D) DAY 9 INDIAN PACIFIC, BLUE MOUNTAINS AND SYDNEY

After free time to browse the shops and galleries in the Margaret River township, it’s time to head back to your Perth accommodation.

Wake this morning to take in the full spectacle of the Blue Mountains on Sydney’s doorstep.

OVERNIGHT: 2 nights Mercure Perth (B,L) DAY 5

INDIAN PACIFIC, NULLARBOR PLAIN

After your arrival into Katoomba, select from numerous mountain experiences before completing your epic transcontinental crossing at Sydney’s Central Station. (B,L)

LEISURE DAY

Today is yours to explore cosmopolitan Perth at your leisure. Take a walk to the new Elizabeth Quay, cruise the Swan River, stroll Kings Park, see the quokkas of Rottnest Island with Rottnest Express, or simply relax in the comfort of your accommodation. (B)

WE RECOMMEND Morning Coffee, Culture and Art tour $45 per person. Uncover secret gardens, hidden art and colourful history as you roam the city streets. You’ll comb the Heritage Precinct and the old theatre districts before heading to the refurbished State Buildings that house 120 years of stories to share.

MARGARET RIVER, WA

QUEEN ADELAIDE RESTAURANT

In Mandurah, a coffee break by the foreshore is followed by a visit to the Featured Wood Gallery and Museum in Bunbury. At Busselton, walk off your delicious lunch with a stroll along the longest timber jetty in the southern hemisphere.

DAY 3

BOARD THE INDIAN PACIFIC IN PERTH

FOOD & WINE

» MARGARET RIVER INDULGENCE

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NATURE


AUSTRALIA’S BREAKAWAY FROM THE SUPER CONTINENT GONDWANA MORE THAN 100 MILLION YEARS AGO CREATED A UNIQUE EVOLUTIONARY PATH THAT RESULTED IN MYRIAD EXPERIENCES, SIGHTS AND SOUNDS YOU WON’T FIND ANYWHERE ELSE. THE BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEMS OF THE COUNTRY’S MANY DISTINCT WILDERNESS AREAS ARE GLOBAL BEACONS FOR TRAVELLERS LOOKING TO SEE AND EXPERIENCE SOMETHING OUT OF THE ORDINARY. WE TAKE YOU THERE.

ALICE SPRINGS, NT

COME WITH US TO THE UNPARALLELED KAKADU NATIONAL PARK, THE JAW-DROPPING BEAUTY OF THE REMOTE KIMBERLEY, NINGALOO REEF AND ITS AMAZING WHALE SHARKS, THE GRANDEUR OF THE STIRRING RED CENTRE, AND FURTHER BEYOND.

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DARWIN

KAKADU

ALICE SPRINGS

KAKADU, NT

ADELAIDE

KAKADU SPLENDOUR

THE GHAN FROM $534 PER PERSON PER DAY 7 DAYS

6 NIGHTS

DEPARTURE

S M T W T F S

The rail journey from Adelaide to Darwin connects you with some incredible landscapes and Off Train Experiences along the way. For an even deeper connection with nature, our Kakadu Splendour itinerary takes you to the heart of this World Heritage wonderland.

INCLUSIONS oo 3 days/2 nights aboard The Ghan, Adelaide to Darwin,

including all meals, beverages and Off Train Experiences in Marla, Alice Springs and Katherine

oo Transfer from Darwin Rail Terminal to Hotel oo 3 nights accommodation in Darwin including breakfast daily oo Half day Darwin City Sights tour oo 2 days/1 night Kakadu and East Alligator River including accommodation and guided touring

oo 5 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 2 dinners

HIGHLIGHTS oo View the 19 aircraft on display at the Darwin Aviation Museum oo See the largest permanent display of Aboriginal artwork oo Stroll the George Brown Botanic Gardens oo Visit Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre oo Cruise Yellow Water Billabong in search of saltwater crocodiles oo Discover the beauty of Nourlangie and Ubirr oo Go ashore in Arnhem Land

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PRICE PER PERSON FROM

Shoulder High Season Season

Gold Service Advance Purchase

$3,736

$4,497

Gold Service Everyday

$4,347

$4,820

Platinum Service Everyday

$5,904

$6,331

7 DAYS

6 NIGHTS

12 MEALS

*P  rices based on twin share. Single supplements apply for single travellers. Advance Purchase fares are subject to availability. Prices are subject to change.

ALTERNATIVE JOURNEYS Darwin to Adelaide (7D/6N) Darwin to Adelaide (Expedition) (8D/7N) Alice Springs to Darwin (6D/5N) Darwin to Alice Springs (6D/5N)

KAKADU, NT


NITMILUK (KATHERINE GORGE), NT DAY 1

BOARD THE GHAN IN ADELAIDE

Step aboard The Ghan in Adelaide for your unforgettable adventure to the Top End. As the train leaves the city heading for the Flinders Ranges and beyond, it’s your chance to settle in to your cabin and watch the changes in landscape from your very own window. OVERNIGHT: 2 nights The Ghan (L,D) DAY 2

THE GHAN, ALICE SPRINGS

After your first night enjoying the fine dining and relaxed luxury of this iconic train, you’ll wake to an amazing outback sunrise at Marla – a remote outpost 160 kilometres from the Northern Territory border that marks the start of the Oodnadatta Track. Enjoy more incredible outback scenery before arriving into Alice Springs early in the afternoon to enjoy an Off Train Excursion that reveals more of this historic outback town. (B,L,D) DAY 3

THE GHAN, KATHERINE AND DARWIN

When the landscape transforms into the tropics as you head further north, prepare to experience one of the Top End’s most impressive natural wonders near Katherine. The stunning Nitmiluk Gorge lies within the massive 292,000 hectares of the Nitmiluk National Park. You’ll have the chance to explore it from the water with guided cruise options - an Off Train Excursion you'll never forget. A few hours later, you’ll arrive in Darwin for a transfer to your accommodation. OVERNIGHT: 2 nights Rydges Darwin Central (B,L) DAY 4

DAY 5

DARWIN TO KAKADU NATIONAL PARK

It’s time to visit one of the world’s most incredible natural environments. As you travel along the Arnhem Highway south-east of Darwin the anticipation builds. Soon you’ll be in the heart of the world famous Kakadu National Park enjoying a full day of immersive experiences. You’ll cruise the Yellow Water Billabong, search for saltwater crocodiles, see a variety of informative displays depicting the rich Aboriginal history of the area at the Warradjan Cultural Centre, and be guided to ancient rock art galleries at Nourlangie. OVERNIGHT: Mercure Kakadu Crocodile Hotel (B,L) DAY 6

KAKADU NATIONAL PARK TO DARWIN

At the World Heritage area Ubirr, your guide will reveal extraordinary art sites of spiritual significance to local Indigenous people dating back more than 20,000 years. On your way to join the Guluyambi Cruise on the East Alligator River, you’ll visit a stunning lookout to take in the majestic vistas of the renowned Kakadu wetlands. Later, with special permission of the traditional owners, enjoy the privilege of going ashore in Arnhem Land. To cap off an enriching day, you’ll visit the Bowali Visitor Centre before returning to Darwin. OVERNIGHT: Rydges Darwin Central (L) DAY 7

FAREWELL

Your Top End experience comes to an end this morning as you farewell Darwin and check out of your accommodation after breakfast. (B)

DARWIN

This morning take a stroll around Darwin, taking in the fascinating history at your leisure before joining your afternoon City Sights tour. This afternoon your tour will take in the best of this tropical city, highlights including the Stokes Hill Wharf area, Botanic Gardens and the Chinese Temple, the Mooring Basin, and Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory plus Darwin Aviation Museum. (B)

NATURE

» KAKADU SPLENDOUR

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GREAT WESTERN WONDERS (MAR TO OCT)

INDIAN PACIFIC FROM $893 PER PERSON PER DAY 10 DAYS

9 NIGHTS

DEPARTURE

S M T W T F S

As if making an epic transcontinental crossing of Australia wasn’t enough, the chance to live another lifelong dream awaits at the end of your rail journey. From your eco resort sitting right on Ningaloo Reef, you have the chance to swim with the gentle giants of the sea – whale sharks or humpback whales.

EXMOUTH & NINGALOO REEF

PERTH SYDNEY

ADELAIDE

INCLUSIONS oo 4 days/3 nights aboard the Indian Pacific, Sydney to Perth, including all meals, beverages and Off Train Experiences in Broken Hill, Adelaide, Cook and Rawlinna

oo 3 nights accommodation in Perth including breakfast daily oo Return economy flights from Perth to Exmouth oo 3 nights accommodation at Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef

including airport transfers, chef-prepared meals, snacks and beverages, National Park entrance fees and guided wilderness activities

oo 1 day Whale Shark Swim (March to July) or Humpback

Whale Swim (August to October) including travel onboard a luxury vessel, wetsuits and snorkel gear, morning tea, lunch and beverages

oo 9 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 6 dinners

HIGHLIGHTS

PRICE PER PERSON FROM

Low Shoulder High Season Season Season

Gold Service Advance Purchase $8,926

$9,261

$9,757

Gold Service Everyday

$9,526

$9,918

$10,103

Platinum Service Everyday

$11,025

$11,948

$12,179

10 DAYS

9 NIGHTS

20 MEALS

*P  rices based on twin share. Single supplements apply for single travellers. Advance Purchase fares are subject to availability. Prices are subject to change.

ALTERNATIVE JOURNEYS Perth to Sydney (10D/9N) Adelaide to Perth (9D/8N) Perth to Adelaide (9D/8N)

Australia’s Indian Ocean coast

oo Beachside safari camping in eco-luxe wilderness tents nestled in the dunes of Cape Range National Park

oo Explore Ningaloo Reef, home to over 500 species of colourful fish

oo Swim with the mighty giants of the ocean, whale sharks or humpback whales

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SAL SALIS, WA

oo Discover hidden gems on a remote stretch of Western


DAY 1

BOARD THE INDIAN PACIFIC IN SYDNEY

Departing Sydney’s Central Station, the anticipation builds for the trip ahead as you settle into your first evening on the Indian Pacific enjoying the fabulous food, wine, service and social atmosphere of this much-loved rail journey. OVERNIGHT: 3 nights Indian Pacific (D) DAY 2 INDIAN PACIFIC, BROKEN HILL AND ADELAIDE

NINGALOO REEF, WA

After breakfast, prepare for your first Off Train Excursion in Broken Hill followed by a day enjoying the outback scenery. In the afternoon, arrive in Adelaide where you’ll have more Off Train Excursions to choose from before returning to the train and continuing your journey west. (B,L,D) DAY 3

INDIAN PACIFIC, NULLARBOR PLAIN

Today is all about those amazing outback views as you cross this famous stretch of the Australian interior. Dinner this evening is under an outback sky (seasonal). (B,L,D) DAY 4

INDIAN PACIFIC, PERTH

Watch the delightful Avon Valley pass by as the final stage of your transcontinental crossing unfolds heading into Perth, where your connection with the Indian Ocean begins. OVERNIGHT: 2 nights Pan Pacific Perth (B,L) DAY 5

LEISURE DAY

SAL SALIS, WA

Today is yours to explore cosmopolitan Perth and surrounds at your leisure. Why not take a stroll to the new Elizabeth Quay or cruise the Swan River. If you're feeling a little more adventurous, then take a journey to the Pinnacles, a limestone formation within the Nambung National Park and one of many Western Australian natural wonders. (B)

WE RECOMMEND Pinnacles and Lobster Day tour $184 per person. Exploring the stunning rock formations of the Pinnacles, the amazing Lancelin Sand Dunes, Yanchep National Park – with its Koala Boardwalk – and lunching at the famous Lobster Shack in Cervantes is a rich kaleidoscope of what the west has to offer. DAY 6 PERTH TO EXMOUTH AND NINGALOO REEF

Today your flight to Exmouth transports you to another world. Your eco-luxe accommodation for the next three nights, the Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef, is a beachside safari camp with just 16 wilderness tents surrounding the pristine bush and beaches of the Cape Range National Park. Enjoy the day exploring this amazing location teeming with native wildlife. OVERNIGHT: 3 nights Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef (B,D) DAY 7

NINGALOO REEF

Prepare for a life-changing experience. Depending on the time of year, you have the chance to swim with whale sharks (March to July) or humpback whales (August to October) on the world famous Ningaloo Reef! These incredible opportunities are restricted to small groups, and you will be escorted the whole way travelling aboard a luxury vessel guided by a spotter plane from above. Snorkels and wetsuits are provided. Lunch is also included and even a glass of bubbly to celebrate an encounter with nature you’ll never forget. (B,L,D) DAY 8

NINGALOO REEF

Today is yours to enjoy more of Ningaloo from Sal Salis Ningaloo Reef. Go snorkelling along the coral reef literally on your doorstep to swim among 500 species of fish, 250 species of coral and 600 species of mollusc. Join a guided walk through spectacular Mandu Mandu and Yardie Creek Gorges, go kayaking or fishing. (B,L,D) DAY 9 NINGALOO REEF AND EXMOUTH TO PERTH

Your morning flight back to Perth leaves the afternoon free to enjoy more of the Western Australian capital. OVERNIGHT: Pan Pacific Perth (B) DAY 10

FAREWELL

After breakfast, check out of your accommodation. (B)

NATURE

» GREAT WESTERN WONDERS

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WONDERS OF THE KIMBERLEY

(MAY TO SEPT)

THE GHAN EXPEDITION FROM $713 PER PERSON PER DAY 16 DAYS

15 NIGHTS

DEPARTURE

S M T W T F S

This is a journey of significance combining the wonders of the Kimberley with one of the world’s most renowned rail journeys – The Ghan Expedition from Darwin to Adelaide. Your adventure into the heart of the pristine Kimberley from amazing Broome will leave you speechless and it only gets better from there.

INCLUSIONS oo 11 days/10 nights Wonders of the Kimberley guided holiday

DARWIN KATHERINE

BROOME

KIMBERLEY

including quality accommodation and luxury coach touring ALICE SPRINGS

oo 2 nights accommodation in Darwin including breakfast daily oo 4 days/3 nights aboard The Ghan Expedition, Darwin to

ULURU

Adelaide, including all meals, beverages and Off Train Excursions in Katherine, Alice Springs and Coober Pedy

COOBER PEDY

oo 15 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 12 dinners

HIGHLIGHTS oo Tour the city of Broome

ADELAIDE

oo See the stunning white sands of Cable Beach oo Visit Geikie Gorge for a scenic cruise on the tranquil waters oo Meet Indigenous artists in Halls Creek oo Enjoy a behind-the-scenes look at the mining process at

PRICE PER PERSON FROM

Shoulder High Season Season

Gold Service Advance Purchase

$11,394

$12,029

oo Stay in El Questro Wilderness Park

Gold Service Everyday

$12,260

$12,479

oo Hike to Emma Gorge for a dip in the crystal clear waterhole

Platinum Service Everyday

$14,682

$14,912

Argyle Diamond Mine

oo Cruise along the Ord River oo Explore the Bungle Bungles oo Sense the spirituality of the land at Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) oo Visit the Adelaide River War Cemetery

16 DAYS

15 NIGHTS

32 MEALS

*P  rices based on twin share. Single supplements apply for single travellers. Advance Purchase fares are subject to availability. Prices are subject to change.


DAY 1

ARRIVE BROOME

ALICE SPRINGS, NT

After your arrival into Broome, check in to your accommodation. Meet your Travel Director and fellow travellers at dinner this evening. OVERNIGHT: 2 nights Cable Beach Club Resort (D) DAY 2

LEISURE DAY

Today is yours to explore Broome. A fascinating multicultural community surrounded by stunning natural wonders, be sure to visit famous Cable Beach and swim in its turquoise waters. (B) DAY 3

BROOME TO FITZROY CROSSING

After taking in the highlights of Broome, it’s time to head to Geikie Gorge for a scenic cruise through sheer limestone walls. From here, you head to Fitzroy Crossing. OVERNIGHT: Fitzroy River Lodge (B,D) DAY 4

FITZROY CROSSING TO HALLS CREEK

Today is all about incredible landscapes and a chance to meet Indigenous artists at Halls Creek – a fascinating town rich in both Aboriginal and European history and culture. OVERNIGHT: Kimberley Hotel (B,L,D) DAY 5

HALLS CREEK TO EMMA GORGE

You’ll be intrigued by how the world’s largest source of natural coloured diamonds is extracted at the Argyle Diamond Mine before heading to Parry Lagoons Nature Reserve to see egrets, herons, ibis, magpie geese and perhaps even a jabiru or a lurking crocodile. As the sun fades, settle in to your safaristyle tented cabin set among native pandanus and palms at the foot of the Cockburn Ranges in the El Questro Wilderness Park. OVERNIGHT: 2 nights Emma Gorge Resort (B,L,D) DAY 6

EL QUESTRO

Waking to a symphony of birdsong and rising to a hearty breakfast, you’ll join a cruise on beautiful Chamberlain Gorge.

BROOME, WA

The rest of the day is yours to relax at the resort. (B,D) DAY 7

EMMA GORGE TO KUNUNURRA

Today you’re travelling onward to Kununurra but first up it’s a guided tour of Hoochery Distillery, the home of Ord River Rum. Visit historic Durack Homestead Museum and later cruise along the wildlife-rich Ord River where you’ll also enjoy a stunning sunset. OVERNIGHT: 2 nights The Kimberley Grande (B,D)

DAY 8

KUNUNURRA

You can choose from two incredible adventures: an optional early-morning scenic flight over the spectacular Bungle Bungle Range before a tour of Kununurra, or a full-day 4WD tour of the Bungle Bungles. After your afternoon of exploration or relaxation, you’ll dine this evening on locallygrown produce at a privately-hosted Be My Guest dinner in the heart of Kununurra’s sandalwood plantations. (B,D) DAY 9

KUNUNURRA TO KATHERINE

Heading east to the Top End, your introduction to the Northern Territory will be meeting Tom Curtin during his entertaining show at the Katherine Outback Experience. OVERNIGHT: Paraway Motel (B,D) DAY 10

KATHERINE TO DARWIN

In the Nitmiluk National Park, cruise spectacular Katherine Gorge with expert guides. Heading further up the Stuart Highway at Adelaide River, visit the site of a large WWII military base and a significant war cemetery. After arriving in Darwin, tour the city sights before joining your Travel Director and fellow travellers for a Farewell Dinner overlooking the waterfront. OVERNIGHT: 3 nights Mantra on the Esplanade (B,D) DAY 11

LEISURE DAY

Say farewell to your fellow travellers and enjoy a day at rest or explore tropical Darwin at your leisure. (B) DAY 12

LEISURE DAY

Today is yours to discover all that Darwin city has to offer. (B) DAY 13 BOARD THE GHAN EXPEDITION IN DARWIN

Prepare for one of the world’s great rail journeys this morning. Enjoy your first Off Train Excursion in Katherine before continuing your journey south. OVERNIGHT: 3 nights The Ghan Expedition (B,L,D) DAY 14 THE GHAN EXPEDITION, ALICE SPRINGS

Your arrival into Alice Springs provides you with a full day to explore the iconic town in the red heart of Australia. This evening, enjoy an Aussie barbecue dinner under a canopy of stars. (B,L,D) DAY 15

PEDY

THE GHAN EXPEDITION, COOBER

Pull into the middle-of-nowhere stop at Manguri. Here you will discover the sun-scorched opal mining capital of the world, Coober Pedy. (B,L,D) DAY 16

THE GHAN EXPEDITION, ADELAIDE

Your arrival into Adelaide completes one of the world’s great travel experiences. (B)

NATURE

» WONDERS OF THE KIMBERLEY

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FOR MORE THAN 40,000 YEARS, THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLE OF AUSTRALIA LIVED IN HARMONY WITH THE CONTINENT’S MANY DIVERSE LANDFORMS AND CLIMATES, UTILISING SOPHISTICATED TOOLS AND HUNTING TECHNIQUES TO ADAPT TO THE VARIED ENVIRONMENTS. WITH COMPLEX SOCIAL STRUCTURES, MORE THAN 250 LANGUAGES AND A DEEP SPIRITUALITY EMBODIED IN ‘THE DREAMING’, UNDERSTANDING MORE ABOUT THIS FASCINATING ANCIENT CULTURE IS A POWERFUL ATTRACTION FOR CURIOUS TRAVELLERS WORLDWIDE.

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NITMILUK (KATHERINE GORGE), NT

IN THE RED CENTRE OF AUSTRALIA, ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT SPIRITUAL SITES TO INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIANS, ULURU, IS ALSO THE FOCAL POINT FOR OUR JOURNEYS OF DISCOVERY.


INDIGENOUS


SPIRIT OF THE RED CENTRE

THE GHAN FROM $571 PER PERSON PER DAY 10 DAYS

9 NIGHTS

DEPARTURE

S M T W T F S

Travel deep in to the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park where you will feel the spirit of the traditional ancestors and the history of our pioneers. Sense the emotion of the outback without the crowds on an exciting, adventurous and interpretive experience.

INCLUSIONS oo 2 days/1 night aboard The Ghan, Adelaide to Alice Springs,

including all meals, beverages and Off Train Experience in Marla

oo Transfer from Alice Springs Rail Terminal to Hotel oo 3 nights accommodation in Alice Springs including breakfast daily

oo Return coach transfer from and to Alice Springs and Ayers Rock Resort

DARWIN

oo 4 nights accommodation in Ayers Rock Resort including breakfast daily

oo 1 day SEIT Cave Hill small group touring oo 1 day SEIT Patji small group touring oo 1 day SEIT Mount Conner Outback 4WD Adventure small

ALICE SPRINGS

group touring

oo Transfer from Hotel to Alice Springs Rail Terminal

ULURU

oo 2 days/1 night aboard The Ghan, Alice Springs to Darwin, including all meals, beverages and Off Train Excursion in Katherine

oo 9 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 3 dinners

HIGHLIGHTS

ADELAIDE

oo Journey deep into the desert of Pitjantjatjara Lands of Central Australia

oo Visit the site of the Seven Sisters Tjukurpa (Creation time)

PRICE PER PERSON FROM

oo View the magnificent cave paintings of Cave Hill

Shoulder High Season Season

oo Learn about the oldest living culture in the world

Gold Service Advance Purchase

$5,708

$6,331

oo Discover an ancient inland salt lake

Gold Service Everyday

$6,319

$6,654

oo Enjoy an outback dinner at Curtin Springs Station

Platinum Service Everyday

$7,877

$8,165

10 DAYS

9 NIGHTS

16 MEALS

*P  rices based on twin share. Single supplements apply for single travellers. Advance Purchase fares are subject to availability. Prices are subject to change.

ALTERNATIVE JOURNEYS Alice Springs to Adelaide (9D/8N) Alice Springs to Darwin (9D/8N)

MT CONNER, NT

Darwin to Alice Springs (9D/8N)

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DAY 1

BOARD THE GHAN IN ADELAIDE

DAY 6

This morning is free to relax by the pool. This afternoon you will enjoy the quintessential Aussie outback experience and absorb the ambience of the Red Centre. Explore Mount Conner, situated on a vast, fully operational, privately owned cattle station called Curtin Springs Station. You will discover an ancient inland salt lake. While you enjoy a glass of sparkling wine, be captivated by the spectacular changing colours of sunset in the outback. Relish a three-course dinner at Curtin Springs Station before heading back to Ayers Rock Resort. (B, D)

Depart Adelaide aboard The Ghan and marvel as the spectacular Flinders Ranges pass by. OVERNIGHT: The Ghan (L,D) DAY 2

THE GHAN, ALICE SPRINGS

Witness an unforgettable outback sunrise at Marla, in the remote reaches of South Australia, before arriving into Alice Springs. OVERNIGHT: Crowne Plaza Alice Springs Lasseters (B, L) DAY 3

ALICE SPRINGS TO ULURU

DAY 7

ULURU, NT

After breakfast, join your coach transfer to Ayers Rock Resort. This afternoon is free to explore at leisure. There are many activities to enjoy including garden walks, bush yarns or artist demonstrations.

OVERNIGHT: 2 nights Crowne Plaza Alice Springs Lasseters (B) DAY 8

CAVE HILL

DAY 9

BOARD THE GHAN IN ALICE SPRINGS

Join The Ghan to travel further north towards Darwin. Back on the train there’s time to talk through the week's discoveries with your fellow travellers. OVERNIGHT: The Ghan (B, D) DAY 10

PATJI

THE GHAN, DARWIN

Today you will discover the wonders of Nitmiluk (Katherine) Gorge with a variety of Off Train Excursions to choose from before continuing to your final destination, Darwin. (B, L)

ULURU, NT

Enjoy some free time this morning before your afternoon touring commences. Hosted by one of Uluru’s traditional owners you’ll visit Patji, located just outside of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Explore this extraordinary environment by 4WD and marvel at the expanse of desert overlooking Uluru and Kata Tjuta while enjoying drinks and light snacks at sunset. (B)

ALICE SPRINGS, NT

LEISURE DAY

Today is free for you to explore the Alice at your own pace. (B)

This is a once-in-a-lifetime exclusive invitation to visit the remote Pitjantjatjara Lands of Central Australia. You will travel by 4WD deep into the desert to meet your Aboriginal hosts, the traditional owners of Cave Hill – the most significant art site in Central Australia. Experience the culture and history of the Anangu, listen to the teachings from the traditional owners, explore the Aboriginal songlines (stories), and enter the cave to survey the rock art of ancient times. (B, L) DAY 5

ULURU TO ALICE SPRINGS

Take in any last-minute sights this morning before joining your coach transfer to Alice Springs.

OVERNIGHT: 4 nights Voyages Desert Gardens Hotel (B) DAY 4

MOUNT CONNER

INDIGENOUS

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BEACHES


AUSTRALIA HAS THE BEST BEACHES IN THE WORLD. IT MIGHT SOUND LIKE A BOLD CLAIM BUT THERE’S NO DENYING IT. AND WITH MORE THAN 10,000 OF THEM LINING OUR VAST COASTLINE, IT’S FAIR TO SAY WE’RE SPOILT FOR CHOICE. THIS RANGE OF SPECTACULAR HOLIDAY PACKAGES CELEBRATES OUR MAGNIFICENT COASTLINE, ISLANDS AND REEFS WITH INTEGRATED AQUATIC ADVENTURES THAT ENABLE YOU TO LITERALLY DIVE RIGHT IN AND ENJOY THESE AMAZING NATURAL ASSETS.

BONDI BEACH, NSW

FROM SWIMMING WITH DOLPHINS, TO CRUISING THE WHITSUNDAYS, EXPLORING ROTTNEST ISLAND WITH LOCAL EXPERTS, TOURING BEACHSIDE WINERIES, OR EVEN SLEEPING UNDER THE STARS ON THE GREAT BARRIER REEF, CHOOSE FROM A RANGE OF AMAZING COASTAL HOLIDAYS THAT MAKE AUSTRALIA THE ENVY OF THE WORLD.

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INDIAN OCEAN COASTAL EXPLORER

INDIAN PACIFIC FROM $436 PER PERSON PER DAY 10 DAYS

9 NIGHTS

DEPARTURE

S M T W T F S

As memorable as it is, your journey on the Indian Pacific from Adelaide to Perth is just the start of an adventure of incredible contrasts. From the Western Australian capital, head south to Margaret River and north to Broome to savour the extremes of what makes this part of Australia so unique.

INCLUSIONS oo 3 days/2 nights aboard the Indian Pacific, Adelaide to Perth, including all meals, beverages and Off Train Experiences in Cook and Rawlinna

oo 3 nights accommodation in Perth including breakfast daily oo 1 day Margaret River Experience oo Economy class flight from Perth to Broome oo 4 nights accommodation in Broome including breakfast daily oo Half day Discover Broome tour oo 9 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 2 dinners

HIGHLIGHTS oo Experience the famous wine region of Margaret River oo Walk the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere, Busselton Jetty

oo Explore spectacular Mammoth Cave

BROOME

oo See the towering karri trees in Boranup Forest oo Discover Broome’s major landmarks and local attractions oo Enjoy a 90-minute pearling masterclass oo Visit Cable Beach oo See the dinosaur tracks of Gantheaume Point PERTH ADELAIDE

CAPE LEVEQUE, WA

MARGARET RIVER

PRICE PER PERSON FROM

Low Shoulder High Season Season Season

Gold Service Advance Purchase $4,359

$4,163

$4,509

Gold Service Everyday

$4,774

$4,659

$4,774

Platinum Service Everyday

$6,043

$6,250

$6,319

10 DAYS

9 NIGHTS

14 MEALS

*P  rices based on twin share. Single supplements apply for single travellers. Advance Purchase fares are subject to availability. Prices are subject to change.

ALTERNATIVE JOURNEYS Perth to Adelaide (10D/9N) Sydney to Perth (11D/10N) Perth to Sydney (11D/10N)

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DAY 1 BOARD THE INDIAN PACIFIC IN ADELAIDE

Start your journey with a delicious welcome dinner before joining the Indian Pacific, where you can settle in to your cabin or mingle with fellow travellers in the Outback Explorer Lounge. OVERNIGHT: 2 nights Indian Pacific (D) DAY 2

INDIAN PACIFIC, NULLARBOR PLAIN

Travelling Australia’s longest straight stretch of railway is an amazing experience. The outback scenery continues to change as you journey along the famous Nullarbor Plain. In the afternoon, we visit remote Cook for a leg stretch followed by dinner this evening under an outback sky (seasonal). (B,L,D) DAY 3

INDIAN PACIFIC, PERTH

Enjoy breakfast as the delightful Avon Valley passes by your window. The final stage of this transcontinental crossing unfolds as you head into Perth just after lunch.

DAY 4

BROOME

Your guide reveals the colourful story behind the growth of Broome. Pearling has been influential in shaping modern Broome, and you’ll get a 90-minute masterclass on this fascinating industry along with a Pearling Master’s High Tea. Visit famous Cable Beach, the dinosaur tracks of Gantheaume Point, well-known Matso’s Brewery, the Japanese Cemetery, and more. (B) DAY 8

LEISURE DAY

Your day is at leisure to enjoy more of Broome and its surrounds. (B)

WE RECOMMEND Cape Leveque Adventure $279 per person. Take a walk on the wild side of this north west pocket of Australia on a 4WD adventure to pristine Cape Leveque exploring Indigenous Bardi country. You’ll visit Indigenous communities, swim in crystal clear seas on deserted beaches, tour a remote aquaculture hatchery and Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm, and more.

LEISURE DAY

It might be the largest State in Australia but its capital city is a wonderfully compact centre packed with things to see and do. Enjoy your day at leisure in Perth visiting Kings Park, Barrack Square or the many museums and galleries. (B)

DAY 9

Today is free for you to explore Broome – visit historic Chinatown overlooking Roebuck Bay, shop for pearls, or take a sunset camel ride along Cable Beach. (B) DAY 10

WE RECOMMEND Arcades and Laneways Walking tour $50 per person.

LEISURE DAY

FAREWELL

This morning reminisce about your adventure from Perth to Broome as it comes to an end. (B)

The Arcades and Laneways guided walk reveals the city’s hidden gems, evolving small bar scene, street art hotspots, and recent developments including The Bell Tower and Elizabeth Quay.

DAY 5

MARGARET RIVER

Today you get to experience one of the most picturesque wine regions in the world that is also one of the great premium wine producers. Your full-day Margaret River experience includes much more than cellar door tastings of acclaimed wines. On the way, you’ll get to walk the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere at Busselton, take a guided tour of the spectacular Mammoth Cave, drive through Boranup Forest with its towering 60 metre tall karri trees, visit Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse and the Margaret River township and brewery. (B,L) DAY 6

BUSSELTON, WA

BROOME, WA

OVERNIGHT: 3 nights Pan Pacific Perth (B,L)

DAY 7

PERTH TO BROOME

This morning your adventure continues with a flight to beautiful Broome. Here you have the afternoon free to enjoy this uniquely multicultural resort town and its famous 22-kilometre long Cable Beach. OVERNIGHT: 4 nights Cable Beach Club Resort (B)

BEACHES

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REEF TO REEF

INDIAN PACIFIC FROM $513 PER PERSON PER DAY 22 DAYS

21 NIGHTS

DEPARTURE

S M T W T F S

Interacting with dolphins, exploring pristine islands, sleeping under the stars on the Great Barrier Reef, swimming with whale sharks, and travelling across the country by a train connecting two oceans – it’s the ultimate Australian coastal adventure.

INCLUSIONS oo 4 nights accommodation in Airlie Beach oo 2 days/1 night Reefsleep including swag accommodation and water activities

oo 1 day Camira Sailing Adventure oo Economy class flight from Proserpine or Hamilton Island to Sydney

oo 2 nights accommodation in Sydney oo Sydney Harbour BridgeClimb oo 4 days/3 nights aboard the Indian Pacific, Sydney to Perth, including all meals, beverages and Off Train Experiences

WHITSUNDAYS, QLD

oo 2 nights accommodation in Perth oo 1 day Discover Rottnest tour oo Return economy class flight from Perth to Exmouth oo 10 days car hire (compact size) oo 4 nights accommodation in Exmouth oo Whale Shark (April to July) or Humpback Whale (August to October) Interaction tour

oo 1 night accommodation in Carnarvon oo 2 nights accommodation in Monkey Mia oo 2 nights accommodation in Coral Bay oo Marine Eco Safari featuring manta rays oo 4 breakfasts, 8 lunches, 4 dinners

AIRLIE BEACH

EXMOUTH CORAL BAY

oo Sleep next to the Great Barrier Reef under the open sky oo Snorkel the Great Barrier Reef

CARNARVON MONKEY MIA

ROTTNEST ISLAND

HIGHLIGHTS

oo Walk along the white sands of Whitehaven Beach oo Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge PERTH

SYDNEY

ADELAIDE

oo Tour Rottnest Island and meet the friendly quokkas oo Swim with whale sharks or humpback whales and, awe-inspiring manta rays

oo Try dolphin feeding oo Explore the wilderness treasures of Shark Bay

PRICE PER PERSON FROM

Low Shoulder High Season Season Season

Gold Service Advance Purchase $11,279

$11,614

$12,110

Gold Service Everyday

$11,879

$12,271

$12,456

Platinum Service Everyday

$13,378

$14,301

$14,532

22 DAYS

21 NIGHTS

16 MEALS

*P  rices based on twin share. Single supplements apply for single travellers. Advance Purchase fares are subject to availability. Prices are subject to change.

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WHITSUNDAYS, QLD

DAY 1

ARRIVE AIRLIE BEACH

Airlie Beach is the vibrant hub of the Whitsundays, and the ideal mainland base for fun and adventure. OVERNIGHT: Mantra Boathouse DAY 2

GREAT BARRIER REEF, REEFSLEEP

It’s fair to say you’ll never have a night like this again! After your transfer from Airlie Beach by fast ocean-going vessel, enjoy the day frolicking in Australia’s world famous Great Barrier Reef. From our Heart Pontoon moored on Hardy Reef, you can swim among tropical fish, snorkel through beautiful coral, dive, or take a guided semisubmersible tour. For the ultimate reef adventure, take a heli-flight over Heart Reef (optional extra) to fully appreciate the scale and majesty of this globally-renowned living treasure. Then, wave goodbye to the day guests as the vessel heads back to the mainland. That’s right - you’ll be spending the night sleeping under the stars on Hardy Reef, where the only sound you'll hear is the Coral Sea gently lapping around you. Your uniquely Australian accommodation comes in the form of a swag. OVERNIGHT: Reefsleep (L,D)

HEART REEF, QLD

DAY 3

GREAT BARRIER REEF, REEFSLEEP

Enjoy all of the pontoon facilities before the day visitors arrive, and then spend another full day enjoying this incredible location. See the myriad tropical fish, corals and reef sharks. If you’re not keen to swim, view the striking colours from the underwater viewing chamber or the semisubmersible vessel. You’ll head home with the day guests onboard the reef vessel in the afternoon. OVERNIGHT: 3 nights Mantra Boathouse (B,L) DAY 4

LEISURE DAY

Today is yours to enjoy the lovely coastal town of Airlie Beach. Stroll to one of the alfresco restaurants for fresh local seafood or handmade tapas.

DAY 5

CAMIRA SAILING ADVENTURE

A full day sailing around the Whitsundays elevates your experience of this stunning aquatic playground to a new level. Join the experienced crew aboard a super sleek catamaran and sit back as you sail from one amazing location to the next – all you have to do is relax on Camira’s deck and decide what to photograph next. As Camira takes in all the showstoppers of the Whitsundays – including the jaw-dropping Whitehaven Beach – you'll also enjoy interactive shore experiences like a guided small group walk to stunning Hill Inlet. Here you will discover the history of the region’s traditional owners, the Ngaro people. With snorkelling gear also included and plenty of idyllic swimming spots to choose from, expect to work up an appetite for the beach barbecue lunch. (L) DAY 6

AIRLIE BEACH TO SYDNEY

Check out of your accommodation this morning for your flight to Sydney. On arrival in Sydney, the remainder of the day is at your leisure. Amble through the city’s laneways or enjoy the views along Darling Harbour. OVERNIGHT: 2 nights Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney Central DAY 7

SYDNEY HARBOUR, BRIDGECLIMB

Climbing an Australian icon, the Sydney Harbour BridgeClimb, is sure to be a highlight. The anticipation builds as you enter the preclimb area and suit up for the safety briefing and before long, you’re safely clipped to the rail to begin the ascent towards the best view in Sydney. You’ll gain access to the very summit of the bridge for a moment you’ll never forget!

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BEACHES

» REEF TO REEF

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REEF TO REEF (CONTINUED) DAY 8 BOARD THE INDIAN PACIFIC IN SYDNEY

Departing Sydney’s Central Station, settle into your first evening on the Indian Pacific. Enjoy the fabulous food, wine, service and social atmosphere of this much-loved rail journey. OVERNIGHT: 3 nights Indian Pacific (D) DAY 9 INDIAN PACIFIC, BROKEN HILL AND ADELAIDE

After breakfast, prepare for your first Off Train Excursion in frontier town Broken Hill, followed by a day enjoying the outback scenery. Upon arrival in Adelaide, you’ll have more Off Train Excursions to choose from before continuing your journey west. (B,L,D) DAY 10

INDIAN PACIFIC, NULLARBOR PLAIN

Today is all about those amazing views as you cross this famous stretch of the Australian interior. Dinner this evening is under an outback sky on the edge of the country’s largest sheep station at Rawlinna (seasonal). (B,L,D) DAY 11

INDIAN PACIFIC, PERTH

This morning, you will travel through the rolling hills of the Avon Valley. Then enjoy a delightful lunch as you head to your destination of Perth, arriving midafternoon. Check in to your accommodation. OVERNIGHT: 2 nights Adina Apartment Hotel Perth (B,L)

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DAY 12

ROTTNEST ISLAND

Enjoy your ferry trip from Perth to Rottnest Island with Rottnest Express. There is so much to see and do on Rottnest Island and your best option is to take a guided tour that lets you make the most of a fabulous day out. You’ll be able to explore the island’s most spectacular locations, see its unique wildlife – including those adorable quokkas – and discover its colourful history. DAY 13

PERTH TO EXMOUTH

After your flight from Perth to Exmouth, pick up your hire car and make your way to your accommodation. OVERNIGHT: 3 nights Mantarays Ningaloo Beach Resort DAY 14 WHALE SHARK OR HUMPBACK WHALE INTERACTION TOUR

Prepare for a life-changing experience. You have the chance to swim with whale sharks or humpback whales (seasonal) on the world famous Ningaloo Reef! You can even use one of the underwater scooters to swim along. This incredible opportunity is restricted to small groups, and you will be escorted the whole way travelling aboard a luxury vessel guided by a spotter plane from above. Snorkels and wetsuits are provided. Lunch is also included, as well as a glass of bubbly to celebrate an encounter with nature you’ll never forget. (L) *During November to March, you will enjoy a half day Marine Life Discovery and Lagoon Snorkelling Tour


DAY 15

LEISURE DAY

Your day begins in the small reef town of Exmouth. You’ve done the reef so why not head to Cape Range National Park with its spectacular gorges in your hire car? Hike through walking trails and gorges offering some of the best views in the west, or relax on pristine sandy beaches with crystal clear turquoise water. Visit the top of the Range to see the sun sink over the beautiful beaches of the North West Cape. DAY 16

SELF-DRIVE TO CARNARVON

Carnarvon is perfectly positioned between the Ningaloo World Heritage areas to the north, and Shark Bay to the south. It is a year round holiday destination offering the chance to rest, relax and recharge. Drive to Carnarvon via Gascoyne’s picturesque coastline, or the rugged inland locations such as Kennedy Range and Mount Augustus National Park.

SHARK BAY, WA

OVERNIGHT: Wooramel River Retreat DAY 17 SELF-DRIVE TO SHARK BAY (MONKEY MIA)

Shark Bay encompasses two bays sheltered by peninsulas and a long island. The local Malgana Aboriginal people know it as Gutharraguda, meaning two waters. Within Shark Bay lies Monkey Mia, famous for its dolphin experience. Monkey Mia is surrounded by rusty red sand dunes, white sandy beaches and water teeming with wildlife. You can drive there via Hamelin Pool, a protected marine nature reserve where stromatolites, known as ‘living fossils’, are the number one attraction.

DAY 19

SELF-DRIVE TO CORAL BAY

Time to start the self-drive back up north towards Exmouth. Coral Bay is a small settlement that lies protected from the Indian Ocean by the Ningaloo Reef. It is Australia’s only fringing reef, where the coral starts right at the water’s edge. The fish and the coral are very accessible and can be experienced either snorkelling or on one of the coral viewing boats. OVERNIGHT: 2 nights Bayview Coral Bay DAY 20

MARINE ECO SAFARI – MANTA RAYS

This marine eco-tour is a full day of fascinating interactions with the ocean and they don’t come much bigger or better than swimming with amazing gentle giants in Coral Bay. Ningaloo Reef’s resident manta rays are a sight to behold, and you can get up close and personal with these graceful creatures. Your adventure includes wetsuits and snorkelling gear plus morning tea, lunch, and afternoon snacks. (L) DAY 21

SELF-DRIVE TO EXMOUTH

Take in any last-minute sights at Coral Bay today before making the drive to Exmouth. Spend the afternoon relaxing by the pool as you reflect on the last couple of weeks’ adventure. OVERNIGHT: Mantarays Ningaloo Beach Resort DAY 22

EXMOUTH TO PERTH

After breakfast, check out of your hotel, return your hire car and board your flight to Perth.

DAY 18

CARNARVON, WA

OVERNIGHT: 2 nights RAC Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort

LEISURE DAY

NINGALOO REEF, WA

Covering an area of more than 2.2 million hectares, Shark Bay is one of the world’s greatest wilderness treasures. It has a unique combination of wildlife, flora and stunning scenery unlike anywhere else. Apart from dolphins, you might spot dugongs, sharks, rays, turtles, and a variety of fish in the water. Back on land, you are likely to meet pelicans and emus. Pack the hire car with your towels and a picnic lunch to head out for the day.

BEACHES

» REEF TO REEF

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THE HOLIDAYS YOU MOST VIVIDLY REMEMBER ARE OFTEN THE ONES WHERE YOU PUSHED YOURSELF A BIT, TOOK ON NEW EXPERIENCES AND FELT A RUSH OF ADRENALINE ALONG THE WAY. AUSTRALIA IS FULL OF ADVENTURES FOR ALL LEVELS OF THRILLSEEKERS TO MAKE THEIR OWN MEMORIES.

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ALICE SPRINGS, NT

WE HAVE ECO SAFARIS DEEP INTO THE OUTBACK, SEGWAY RIDING AND SPEEDBOATING AT ROTTNEST ISLAND, MOUNTAIN BIKING AND CAMEL RIDING IN THE DESERT, OR EVEN HOT AIR BALLOONING OVER GLORIOUS MOUNTAIN RANGES.


ADVENTURE


ROTTNEST WONDER

INDIAN PACIFIC FROM $433 PER PERSON PER DAY 8 DAYS

ROTTNEST ISLAND

PERTH

SYDNEY

ADELAIDE

7 NIGHTS

DEPARTURE

S M T W T F S

Travelling across Australia, connecting two oceans, the Indian Pacific is one of the world’s great rail journeys. But your holiday experience doesn’t have to end in Perth. Enjoy fabulous Rottnest Island when you reach the Western Australian capital.

INCLUSIONS oo 4 days/3 nights aboard the Indian Pacific, Sydney to Perth

including all meals, beverages and Off Train Experiences in Broken Hill, Adelaide, Cook and Rawlinna

oo Transfer from East Perth Rail Terminal to Hotel

PRICE PER PERSON FROM

Low Shoulder High Season Season Season

Gold Service Advance Purchase $3,459

$3,920

$4,428

Gold Service Everyday

$4,174

$4,578

$4,774

Platinum Service Everyday

$5,674

$6,608

$6,850

8 DAYS

7 NIGHTS

15 MEALS

* Prices based on twin share. Single supplements apply for single travellers. Advance Purchase fares are subject to availability. Prices are subject to change.

oo 3 nights accommodation in Perth including breakfast daily oo 2 days/1 night Rottnest Discovery including accommodation and touring

oo 7 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 3 dinners

HIGHLIGHTS oo Cruise along the Swan River oo Explore Rottnest Island by bike on the cycle-friendly paths oo Meet the 'world's happiest animal' the quokka

ALTERNATIVE JOURNEYS

oo Experience the thrill of an adventure boat ride

Perth to Sydney (8D/7N)

oo Ride a segway through the original Rottnest Island

Adelaide to Perth (7D/6N) Perth to Adelaide (7D/6N)

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ROTTNEST ISLAND, WA

ROTTNEST ISLAND, WA

DAY 1

BOARD THE INDIAN PACIFIC IN SYDNEY

Departing Sydney’s Central Station, the anticipation builds for the trip ahead as you settle into your first evening on the Indian Pacific enjoying the fabulous food, wine, service and social atmosphere of this much-loved rail journey. OVERNIGHT: 3 nights Indian Pacific (D)

INDIAN PACIFIC, BROKEN HILL AND ADELAIDE DAY 2

After breakfast, prepare for your first Off Train Excursion in Broken Hill exploring the beauty of this Silver City, and discover the history of mining that makes the town what it is today and the artistic culture that also abounds in the area. As you approach the southern tip of the Flinders Ranges, the train weaves its way into Adelaide, and you’ll have more afternoon Off Train Excursions to choose from before returning to the train. (B,L,D)

ROTTNEST ISLAND, WA

DAY 3

INDIAN PACIFIC, NULLARBOR PLAIN

Today, wake up and marvel at the raw beauty of the Nullarbor. Taking its name from the Latin meaning ‘no trees’, the ancient Nullarbor conjures the sense of limitless space and time, making this journey all about those amazing outback views as you cross this famous stretch of the Australian interior. Dinner this evening is under an outback sky on the edge of the country’s largest sheep station at Rawlinna (seasonal). (B,L,D) DAY 4

INDIAN PACIFIC, PERTH

Your breakfast treat this morning is watching the delightful Avon Valley pass by as the final stage of your transcontinental crossing unfolds, heading into Perth where your connection with the Indian Ocean begins. Check in to your accommodation and enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure. OVERNIGHT: Mercure Perth (B,L) DAY 5

PERTH TO ROTTNEST ISLAND

Enjoy your ferry trip from Perth to Rottnest Island. The preferred mode of transport on the island is bicycle - collect yours to explore the many secluded beaches and bays within easy cycling distance. And, of course, there's always the chance of a selfie with the adorably photogenic native quokkas that inhabit the island.

After lunching at Karma Rottnest, prepare for a change of pace when you join the Segway Settlement Explorer tour. You’ll learn how to ride a segway and you’ll be led by an expert to the island’s hidden treasures, Bathurst Lighthouse and the Basin swimming area. OVERNIGHT: Karma Rottnest (B,L) DAY 6

ROTTNEST ISLAND TO PERTH

Jump aboard the Eco Express for a full circumnavigation of Rottnest (weather dependent) where you’ll really see its wild side and its wildlife, including the playful New Zealand fur seals at Cathedral Rocks. After a delicious lunch at Thomsons restaurant, spend your remaining time enjoying the island by foot or bike before the return ferry to Perth. OVERNIGHT: 2 nights Mercure Perth (B,L) DAY 7

LEISURE DAY

Today is yours to enjoy the vibrant Western Australian capital. If the hands-on adventures on Rottnest Island left you wanting more, we may have something for you. (B)

WE RECOMMEND Pinnacle Desert Explorer with Lancelin Sandboarding $169 per person. The first stop on this unique tour is the Lancelin Sand Dunes where you’ll experience the adrenaline rush of sandboarding down massive sandy slopes. After lunch at the Lancelin Beach Hotel, there’s time for a quick swim before the onward journey to Nambung National Park to walk the mystical Pinnacles Desert created over millions of years by the erosion of seashells.

DAY 8

FAREWELL

After breakfast, check out of your accommodation. (B)

ADVENTURE

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JOURNEY BEYOND THE TRACKS WHILE OUR GHAN AND INDIAN PACIFIC RAIL EXPERIENCES LINK THE VASTNESS OF AUSTRALIA, WE CONTINUE THAT INTERACTIVITY BEYOND THE EDGE OF OUR ISLAND CONTINENT – BEGINNING WITH AUSTRALIA’S NUMBER ONE INTERNATIONAL ATTRACTION, THE GREAT BARRIER REEF. AND ON THE WEST COAST, ROTTNEST EXPRESS MAKES VISITING ONE OF AUSTRALIA’S ICONIC ISLANDS A BREEZE.

GREAT BARRIER REEF, QLD

ROTTNEST ISLAND, WA

CRUISE WHITSUNDAYS

ROTTNEST EXPRESS

Immerse yourself in the picture postcard beauty of the Whitsundays, with the Great Barrier Reef, Whitehaven Beach, and lush tropical islands waiting for your next aquatic adventure.

Just a short hop from the city of Perth, Rottnest Island’s compact size barely hints at the sheer diversity you’ll encounter.

Taking you to these unrivalled tropical destinations is just the start – choose from a range of tailored coastal experiences to transform the naturally amazing into the truly unforgettable.

PRODUCTS GREAT BARRIER REEF ADVENTURE REEFSLEEP UNDER THE STARS CAMIRA SAILING ADVENTURE WHITEHAVEN BEACH FULL DAY ADVENTURE

Offering pristine natural scenery and distinctive biodiversity, you’ll be energised by its surf breaks and lulled by its sandy bays, charmed by its resident quokkas and captivated by its colourful history. With a range of tours and ferry transfers from Perth, Fremantle and Northport, there’s never been a better time to discover remarkable Rottnest.

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Please read these booking conditions carefully CONSUMER GUARANTEES ACT The guarantees under the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 will apply to services supplied by us except where they are acquired, or held out as being acquired for business purposes. 1. OUR SERVICES AND OBLIGATIONS 1.1 House of Travel Ltd ('we' or 'us' as the case may be) supply services consisting of arranging and co-ordinating travel facilities and services, and making bookings and issuing vouchers to be redeemed by suppliers of travel, entertainment, and accommodation facilities or services ('Suppliers'). House of Travel Ltd is part of the House of Travel group. 1.2 We undertake to perform these services with reasonable care and skill. We will not be liable for any loss or damage which results from the act, default or omission of any person other than ourselves, our employees or agents, or any cause independent of human control. This includes (but is not limited to), loss or damage which arises directly or indirectly from any act of God, weather disruptions, dangers incidental to the sea, fire, breakdown in machinery or equipment, acts of Governments or other authorities de jure or de facto, wars whether declared or not, hostilities, civil disturbances, strikes, riots, deaths, pilferage, epidemics, quarantines or medical or customs regulations. 1.3 We are not able to exercise control over services we do not supply directly, therefore we will not be responsible for any loss or damage arising from: - Any booking made directly with a service Supplier by your travel agent, or - Any services which are not directly provided by us and which are additional to those recorded in clause 1.1 above. 1.4 We will endeavour to provide the most suitable travel arrangements to meet the particular requirements you make known to us. However, travel is an individual experience, and your preferences and opinions may vary from our own. For this reason, we cannot take responsibility for your individual satisfaction. 2. SUPPLY OF TRAVEL, ENTERTAINMENT AND ACCOMMODATION SERVICES AND FACILITIES 2.1 When we make bookings with Suppliers, we are acting as a booking agent for such Supplier. 2.2 All travel, entertainment, and accommodation facilities or services are supplied directly to you by the Suppliers. We have no control over the facilities or services themselves, or the manner in which they are provided by the Suppliers. Therefore you should be aware of the following conditions: - We will not be liable for any loss or damage of any kind which may arise from your use or consumption of, or inability to use or consume those facilities or services. - The provision of those facilities or services is subject to the terms and conditions of your contract with each Supplier. - Where for any reason, a Supplier is unable to provide particular facilities or services, then that Supplier may be entitled, under its contract with you, to substitute those services or facilities with comparable or equivalent facilities or services without incurring any liability to you. You should check your contract with each Supplier. - All facilities or services described by us are subject to availability from the Supplier. - We will not be liable or responsible for any loss or damage relating to your baggage, personal possessions, health or welfare, or delays or travel disruptions unless these arise directly from the service we provide to you. 3. BUSINESS PURPOSES You agree that where our services are acquired for business purposes, or where you hold yourself out as acquiring our services for business purposes, the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 will not apply to any supply of goods or services made under these conditions, and we will not be liable or responsible for any loss or damage of any kind to you, including any consequential loss or damage however it may be caused. 4. INFORMATION IN THIS BROCHURE 4.1 While we attempt to ensure that the contents of this brochure are correct, accurate, and up to date at the time of printing, the contents of this brochure are drawn from information supplied to us by Suppliers. We do not have, and cannot be reasonably expected to have, personal knowledge about all of the facilities or services provided by each Supplier. 4.2 Facilities or services may change after the date of printing. We endeavour to keep travel agents informed of any changes to information in

this brochure which are brought to our attention. Prior to completing your booking, you should ask your travel agent whether they are aware of any changes to the published information. You should also make sure that if your travel agent is advised of changes which occur after booking, your travel agent is able to contact you. 4.3 Maps and Photographs: Maps are shown for general information and may not necessarily reflect actual routings, locations or services provided. Photographs may show places in the geographic area which are not included in your booking. Hotel room photographs may not be the actual room occupied. 4.4 Property Information: Descriptions featured in this brochure are drawn from information provided by our Suppliers. Any facilities or services shown are subject to change at any time. Please advise your travel agent if you have any special requirements. 4.5 Room Bedding: Based on existing bedding in the room. Requests for specific bedding arrangements must be made at the time of booking but can not be guaranteed. For example, twin share may consist of single beds or a shared double bed. 4.6 Rental Cars: We cannot guarantee to provide a particular model or colour within the car category. Availability of car categories is subject to confirmation at the time of booking. We reserve the right to substitute different models. If a vehicle is returned prior to the end of the reserved rental period or if the vehicle is picked up later than the reserved date, NO REFUND will be made for unused rental days 5. HOUSE OF TRAVEL ACCOMMODATION RATINGS To assist you with the selection of your accommodation, we have created our own rating system allowing you to compare each property. These ratings are personal gradings offered by our people from their own experience and should be used as a guide only. Ratings may alter throughout the year due to change in circumstances. Assessing accommodation can be quite subjective and generally speaking the standard and service will be in line with the price paid. Please check with your House of Travel consultant to ensure you get the property that best suits your needs. 6. PAYMENT 6.1 A non-refundable deposit will be required by your travel agent and must be paid at the time of booking. This is in addition to any deposits imposed by Suppliers. 6.2 A communication charge may be made for bookings requested less than 72 hours prior to departure. 6.3 Final payment must be made in full before we can release travel documents (including tickets). 7. CANCELLATION 7.1 If you wish to cancel your booking for any reason, you must advise us in writing through your travel agent as soon as possible. 7.2 If you cancel your booking or any part of your booking, we will impose a cancellation fee in respect of each person travelling under that booking. You must also pay all cancellation fees imposed by Suppliers and your travel agent. These cancellation fees are required to offset booking, communication, and administrative charges which have already been incurred by us, Suppliers and your travel agent. Cancellation fees imposed by Suppliers and travel agents are beyond our control and you should check with your travel agent regarding what cancellation fees may be applicable. 7.3 We strongly recommend that you insure yourself fully against cancellation due to unforeseen circumstances. See Section 10. 8. RESERVATION AMENDMENTS We are happy to incorporate any reasonable amendments you request. An amendment constitutes a change to an existing booking and will attract a $25 fee per amendment prior to final payment and the issuing of the travel documents, and a $50 fee per amendment after travel documents have been issued. These fees are to cover administration and communication costs. You may also be required to pay any Supplier imposed fees. 9. INSURANCE We strongly recommend that you insure yourself fully against cancellation, loss of luggage and personal property, and medical expenses. Your travel agent will be able to provide you with further information. 10. ITEMS NOT COVERED Unless otherwise specified, the cost of airfares, meals, drinks, laundry, insurance, sightseeing, transfers, local taxes, airport departure taxes, Airline imposed insurance levies, passenger service charges and Passport or Visa application fees are not included.

11. VISAS/PASSPORTS For all holidays in this brochure you will require a valid passport. You are responsible for arranging your own passport, visa and health requirements including inoculation. You should check with your travel agent who will be able to provide you with the necessary information. 12. NON-USE OF SERVICES OR FACILITIES If, of your own choice, you decide not to use part or parts of the arranged services or facilities, you will not be entitled to a refund from us (provided we have carried out our service with reasonable skill and care and to your requirements) and you may not be entitled to a refund from any Supplier. 13. HEALTH OR DISABILITY Some Suppliers may reserve the right to refuse to carry or accommodate people who because of a health condition or disability may require services or facilities to be provided in a special manner. You should check this with your travel agent. 14. SERVICE SATISFACTION During your holiday, if you encounter any situation where the service supplied to you does not meet your satisfaction, please take the matter up with the Supplier immediately. Your contract for each service is with the Supplier. If this is not possible immediately, or if you are still dissatisfied, please contact your travel agent. Both we and your travel agent will endeavour to investigate on your behalf and to negotiate with the Supplier to resolve the matter as soon as possible, so that you continue to enjoy your journey. 15. LEGAL CLAIMS Any claims or legal action in connection with the provision of our services to you will be governed by the laws of New Zealand. Any claim or legal action against the Suppliers is likely to be subject to the terms of your contract with them, and may be governed by the laws of other countries.


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