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AUSTRALIA - 2018 - 2019

Tour East Australia welcomes you to Australia and beyond. Tour East Australia provides Choice and flexibility Specialist travel industry knowledge Exceptional value Peace of mind

Bay of Fires, Tasmania

The Travel Experts

Global Support

Stopover en route

Tour East Australia is one of the largest inbound tour operators in Australia and New Zealand. All our expert staff have travelled extensively throughout Australia, New Zealand, the Far East and around the world. They are happy to pass on the benefits of their first-hand knowledge to you.

With representatives in some 140 offices around the world, we provide a complete service from the start of your holiday right through to your arrival back home. Wherever you are, you won’t be far from our expert staff who will be happy to help, whatever your requirements.

You can fly fast to Australia and New Zealand or you can stopover along the way. The choice is yours. Your travel consultant will be happy to provide you with options throughout Asia to suit your time frame and budget.

Something for Everyone Although the products on the following pages demonstrate the diversity of holidays that we can offer, they are merely suggestions and any elements can be changed. We realise flexibility is important to independent travellers. Our exciting range of accommodation, sightseeing, coach or rail touring, car or campervan hire and cruising offers a huge choice to tailor-make a unique holiday itinerary.

Worldwide Choice We hope you’ll be inspired by the holidays inside this brochure, but they are just a small part of the complete product range we have available. We aim to give you the widest choice possible, not only in Australia and New Zealand but worldwide.

Daintree, Queensland



Australia Suggested Itineraries Getting Around Car Hire and Shuttle Service New South Wales Suggested Itineraries Sydney Beyond Sydney

2 -10 6-7 8 9-10 11 -23 12 12 - 21 22 - 23


24 - 27


28 - 55

Suggested Itineraries Outback Queensland Southern Queensland Cairns and Palm Cove Port Douglas The Coast Islands and The Whitsundays Sunshine Coast Brisbane Gold Coast Victoria Suggested Itineraries Autopia Tours Melbourne Beyond Melbourne Northern Territory Suggested Itineraries Central Australia Darwin and the Top End Western Australia Suggested Itineraries Perth Scarborough and Fremantle Margaret River South West The Kimberley and Broome Coastal Western Australia South Australia Suggested Itineraries Adelaide Beyond Adelaide Kangaroo Island Tasmania Suggested Itineraries Hotel Passes and Sightseeing Hobart Launceston & National Parks

29 30 31 32 - 38 39 - 42 43 44 - 48 49 - 50 51 - 52 53 - 55

New Zealand Suggested Itineraries Getting Around Rail & Ferry Experiences Great Sights Auckland Waiheke Island & Bay of Islands Rotorua & Beyond

104 -133 106 - 107 108 109 110 111 - 112 113 114 - 117







Christchurch & Beyond

121 - 123

Fox Glacier & Mount Cook




Queenstown & Beyond

126 - 129

Accommodation ratings* These ratings are provided as a guide only and may alter throughout the year due to a change of circumstance. Ratings may also vary from room to room. 5★ Deluxe property providing the highest international standards of accommodation and cuisine, excellent facilities and outstanding service.

AUSTRALIA - 2018 - 2019

Index and Accommodation Ratings

4★ Superior property, providing well-appointed rooms, a wide range of facilities and a high standard of service. 3★ Standard property providing comfortable rooms, pleasant service and adequate facilities.

Lake Wanaka


Te Anau


2★ Moderate accommodation with comfortable furnishings and facilities.

56 - 67

Dunedin & Beyond


*These ratings are not an official rating.

57 58 59 - 66 67

The World


Booking Conditions


68 - 76 68 - 69 70 - 72 73 - 76 77 - 89 78 79 - 82 83 84 84 -85 86 - 88 89

Woolloomooloo Bay and Finger Wharf, Sydney, New South Wales

90 - 97 91 - 92 93 -95 96 97 98 - 102 99 100 101 102 Banksia


AUSTRALIA - State Highlights

Australia A free spirited continent offering endless holiday experiences. Australia will surprise and excite you. The country is young, adventurous, stylish and friendly, with unique animals and a fantastic climate. Around 130 nationalities call Australia home, making it one of the most multicultural countries in the world.

King’s Canyon, Northern Territory

New South Wales

South Australia

Rich with natural wonders; white, sandy beaches and dense subtropical forests, rugged high country and the scorched expanses of the Outback, to name just a few. It boasts Australia’s largest city, Sydney, where you’ll find great dining, shopping and entertainment.



Enjoy internationally acclaimed wines, worldfamous festivals, art galleries and museums; cruise down the Murray River and watch sea lions at play on Kangaroo Island. You’ll love South Australia’s rich heritage and spectacular natural attractions.

Northern Territory

Australia’s ‘Sunshine State’ has it all; the spectacular Great Barrier Reef, the virgin rainforest of the Daintree, the beautiful Whitsunday Islands and, of course, the Outback. Brisbane and the Gold Coast are famous for fantastic entertainment, shopping, dining and nightlife.

Australia’s heartland is steeped in mystery. Full of ancient Dreamtime legends, the Territory also boasts balmy tropical beaches, lonely deserts, lush rainforests, stunning gorges, massive monoliths, a huge array of wildlife and colourful outback characters.

AUSTRALIA - State Highlights

Australia’s icons are multifaceted. There is the awesome beauty and wild colour of the natural icons including Uluru (Ayers Rock), the Great Barrier Reef and Kakadu National Park. Then there are the man-made icons such as the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge in Sydney and the glitzy Gold Coast in Queensland.

Royal Exhibition Buildings, Melbourne, Victoria



You’ll find just about everything in Victoria; untouched eucalypt rainforests, sandy beaches, the Victorian Alps, the dazzling and cosmopolitan city of Melbourne, some of the best winemakers in the world and towns that offer an insight into Australia’s wild past.

Western Australia

Breathe the world’s cleanest air, taste the purest water and wander through pristine, World Heritage-listed wilderness. Tasmania also has friendly cities, great local food, perfectly preserved historic buildings and a thriving creative culture.

Tailor-made Itineraries

Swim with dolphins in the crystal-clear ocean, explore the untouched wilderness of the Kimberley, visit the historic town of Fremantle, go wine tasting in the famous Margaret River region, swim, surf, fish, windsurf and sail in beautiful Perth.

A holiday in Australia may transform your life. This brochure is packed with great ideas, on where to travel and what to do. We can tailor-make an itinerary to suit.


AUSTRALIA - Suggested Itineraries

Suggested Itineraries

Red Centre

We have done all the hard work for you! To help with your planning and make booking easier, our travel experts have put together a selection of ‘Suggested Itineraries’ to ensure that you experience the very best of Australia in the time you have available. Whether you have 3, 5, 10, or 14 days (see pages 6-7), are on a budget or wish to splurge and indulge – our combination of accommodation, sightseeing, or self drive suggestions ensure that you enjoy the perfect holiday escape. How to book? Please contact your local travel agent who can book any of these suggested itineraries and more through ‘Easyway’ via the package option or help create a self drive itinerary to suit your needs.

Explore the Red Centre of Australia the sunset at Uluru and the beautiful landscapes of Kings Canyon. Itinerary: Uluru (1) Kings Canyon (1) Alice Springs (1) Itinerary includes: • Half day Uluru Sunset and BBQ Tour • 1 night accommodation at Uluru • Half day Ayers Rock to Kings Canyon

• 1 night accommodation at Kings Canyon • Kings Canyon to Alice Springs tour • 1 night accommodation at Alice Springs • Extend your stay and explore

Alice Springs Departs from: Ayers Rock Duration: 4 days/3 nights

5 DAYS in New South Wales

5 DAYS in Queensland

Discover Sydney

The top three Cairns experiences

Short on time and want to find out why Sydney is truly ‘Australia’s global city’, then this 5 day discover Sydney itinerary will show you the bare essentials.

Experience the top three Cairns and Tropical North Queensland experiences with this 5 day escape.

Itinerary: Sydney (4)


4 DAYS in Northern Territory

Itinerary includes: • Return Airport coach transfers • 4 nights accommodation in Sydney • Bridgeclimb morning climb • Captain Cook cruise – including lunch

• Taronga Zoo – Wild Australia

Experience Tour • Sydney Aquarium entry • Afternoon Sydney sights and

Bondi Beach Tour Departs from: Sydney Duration: 5 days/4 nights

Itinerary: Cairns (4) Itinerary includes: • Return Airport coach transfers • 4 nights accommodation in Cairns • 30 minute Balloon Ride with Hot Air Ballooning

• Full day Kuranda Scenic Railway and

Skyrail tour with Down Under Tours • Full day Green Island and Great Barrier

Reef with Great Adventures Departs from: Cairns Duration: 5 days/4 nights

4 DAYS in South Australia

Perth city and surrounds highlights

Adelaide and The Barossa

Perth city offers the essential ingredients for a great holiday – with some of the country’s best beaches, plenty of nightlife, bustling markets, inner city parks outdoor dining and amazing marine adventures.

Adelaide is the capital city of South Australia and the gateway to the Outback, wine regions and Murray river. A great place to base yourself and experience wildlife, wine, beaches, Aboriginal culture, superb dining and fantastic events.

Itinerary: Perth (3)

Itinerary: Adelaide (3)

Itinerary includes: • Return Airport Shuttle transfers • 3 nights accommodation in Perth • Half day Perth and Fremantle morning sights tour

Itinerary includes: • 3 nights accommodation in Adelaide • Half day Adelaide city highlights tour • Full day Barossa Wine Tour and Hahndorf

• Full day Perth’s famous Wine Cruise

Departs from: Perth Duration: 4 days/3 nights

Departs from: Adelaide Duration: 4 days/3 nights

3 DAYS in Victoria

3 DAYS in Tasmania

Melbourne sporting highlights and Great Ocean Road

Hobart Getaway

Hobart, Australia’s second-oldest capital combines a rich colonial heritage and cultural diversity in a setting of exceptional beauty.

‘Melburnians’ love their sport, their food, their wine and the Great Ocean Road. With this itinerary we have combined the ultimate sports lover’s tours with the beauty of the Great Ocean Road.

Itinerary: Hobart (2)

Itinerary: Melbourne (2) Itinerary includes: • Return Airport Transfers • 2 nights accommodation in Melbourne • Full day Great Ocean Road adventure

AUSTRALIA - Suggested Itineraries

4 DAYS in Western Australia

• Visit the National Sports Museum or join

an MCG tour

Itinerary includes: • 2 nights accommodation in Hobart • 3 hour Tasman Island Cruise • 3 days car hire – Hertz or Europcar

Departs from: Melbourne

Departs from: Hobart

Duration: 3 days/2 nights

Duration: 3 days/2 nights


AUSTRALIA - Getting Around

Getting around Australia You know Australia is a big country, but you may not know how easy it is to get around. The untouched beaches that stretch for miles and deserts that touch the horizon are all within your reach. Want to sail the Whitsundays, cross the continent by car or take a train through the rainforest canopy? There are many ways you can explore this vast and diverse country.

Stanthorpe (credit: Tourism Events Queensland/Jewels Lynch)

Air Australia’s domestic airlines - Qantas, Jetstar, Virgin, Tiger, Rex and their subsidiaries – serve all state capital cities and regional centres.


Australia has a vast network of well maintained roads and some of the most beautiful touring routes in the world. In this brochure you will find suggested itineraries using Hertz, Europcar or you can rent a Britz/Maui campervan and travel to where the mood takes you at your own pace. • Distances are in kilometres • 1 kilometre equals 0.6 miles

Katherine Wyndham


Australian driving distances


Broome Tennant Creek Townsville


Port Hedland

Mount Isa Mackay Winton


Alice Springs


QUEENSLAND Charleville

Meekatharra Monkey Mia


Coober Pedy


Geraldton Eucla

Accommodation passes These are a convenient, flexible and cost-effective way to travel around Australia and New Zealand. They are ideal to combine with your rental car.


Leigh Creek

Port Augusta

Grafton Tamworth


Broken Hill







Wagga Wagga

Kangaroo Island


Mount Gambier Ballarat

Albury Bendigo





Coach Tour companies offer daily sightseeing tours as well as extended, escorted and independent itineraries.





Rail Train travel gives you an insight into Australia’s size and diversity. Your travelling options range from budget to luxury and a range of rail passes lets you see large sections of Australia at an affordable price.


Byron Bay

Explore Australia in comfort with a Hertz vehicle to suit your comfort needs and budget.

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

Toyota Camry

Your travel consultant can help make the most out of your self-drive holiday. They will assist you in the planning; making car rental reservations, things you should look out for while on the road as well useful and interesting facts that will enhance your holiday. Hertz Australia provides a superior service offering a large fleet of late model vehicles and over 200 locations throughout Australia including major airports and cities.

Ford Falcon

Price Includes • Hertz car of your choice • Unlimited kilometres • Damage Cover (DC) • Third Party Injury Liability • 24 hour roadside assistance • Local taxes

AUSTRALIA - Car Hire and Shuttle Service


Toyota Rav 4

Con-X-ion Con-X-ion have been a trusted and reliable name in transportation for over 30 years. Specializing in Airport and Cruise transfers, Theme Park and Attraction transfers, Day Tours and Charter services. Con-X-ion provide the most frequent and direct door to door return airport transfer services to/from Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Hervey Bay, Toowoomba, Cairns, Melbourne, Sydney and Fiji Airport’s. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit the Gold Coast’s top Theme Parks. Con-x-ion provide return theme park transfers daily from Gold Coast accommodation. Take advantage of the Gold Coast’s most flexible pass, combining theme park transfers and return airport transfers all in one. The “Roo Pass” provides customers with the option of combining 1-14 theme park transfers and return transfers to either Gold Coast or Brisbane Airport’s. Con-X-ion provide return transfers daily from accommodation to the Sunshine Coast’s leading attractions – Australia Zoo and Aussie World. Con-X-ion provide a number of Day Tours showcasing the very best of the Sunshine Coast region. Taste delicious local treats, visit the quaint townships and witness the beauty of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland or visit one of Australia’s most famous markets – Eumundi Markets.

Con-X-ion meet all major flights and provide charter options for travelers arriving outside of scheduled service times or for those requiring a premium service. Whether travelling on holiday or business, passengers are invited to sit back, relax and be transferred in airconditioned comfort. Con-X-ion: The swift, efficient, comfortable and safe way to travel! Con-X-ion are leaders in the field of transportation specialising in providing door to door Airport transfers, Theme Park and Attraction transfers, Day Tours and Charter services.



Europcar Europcar prides itself on excellent service, competitive rates and a wide selection of quality vehicles from economy to large cars, minivans, 4WDs and SUVs. With a focus on customer experience and value for money, Europcar will ensure that the journey is just as enjoyable as the destination. Experience the Europcar difference today.

Whats included • Unlimited kilometres* • Damage Liability Fee • Third Party Injury Liability • 24 hour roadside assistance • GST and Administration fee • Additional driver • Premium location surcharge • Licenses and fees What’s not included? • Fuel • One way fees if applicable • Optional extras (i.e. GPS or child seats) purchased at

the counter • Credit card fees • *In Australia all additional extras are subject

to the relevant premium location surcharge, administration fees What you need to know: • On pick up of the vehicle the driver is responsible for a $200 deposit required in NZ and $100 in AU for credit cards (debit cards are permitted for use in Australia deposit amount is $400).


Car Type (or similar)


Hyundai Accent or similar


Nissan Micra or similar

Intermediate Standard

• Where a credit or debit card fee is used for any payment

with Europcar are subject to the relevant merchant fee. • Drivers will be required to present their licence and a valid credit card in order to collect their vehicle. Photocopies of credit cards are not acceptable as a form of ID, the original card must be presented. • Drivers must hold a full licence to rent a vehicle from Europcar. Probationary or restricted licences are not acceptable. Photocopies are not acceptable. • International arrivals into Australia or New Zealand are recommended to have arranged an International Driver’s Permit before travel and provide it with their current country licence. • All drivers must have their names registered and licence sighted at the pick up location. • Once the vehicle has been collected and you wish to make changes to the rental, these changes will be charged at the local applicable rate and paid direct to Europcar. • Europcar is unable to refund on unused rental days. • A grace period of 30 minutes is offered and then a full day’s rate will be charged after this time.


Max Persons

Luggage Capacity




1 large/2 small



1 large/1 small


Toyota Corolla Hatch or similar



2 large/1 small


Hyundai Elantra or similar



2 large/2 small


Full Size

Toyota Camry or similar



2 large/2 small


Compact SUV

Mitsubishi ASX or similar



4 large


Large 4WD

Mitsubishi Pajero or similar



4 large


Prestige Intermediate

Mercedes-Benz C Class or similar



2 large/1 small


Prestige Full Size

Mercedes-Benz C-Class Full Size



2 large/2 small


Nissan Micra

One-way rentals • One-way rentals are permitted for certain car groups

and drop-off charges may apply (details on application). Damage Liability and Optional Coverage • There is a Liability on all vehicles in the event of damage to a Europcar. Please check with Tour East what the liability is for your chosen vehicle. • Third Party Property cover is included in the rental and is subject to the Damage Liability Fee excess. • Europcar has a number of additional damage cover options available at time of hire to further reduce the Damage Liability Fee. These options are payable direct and may be included in your rate. NOTE: The information on this page is correct at the time of printing. All terms, conditions, fees and changes are subject to change.

No. of Doors


Other car types are available on request.

Young drivers • Minimum Driver Age is 21 or 25 depending on the vehicle booked. Please check with Tour East. • A Young Driver Surcharge will apply for drivers aged 21-24, for pricing please check with Tour East.

Mitsubishi ASX

Toyota Corolla

Mercedes-Benz C-Class


New South Wales New South Wales – colourful and awe-inspiring, offers an experience of extremes, rich tropical rainforests, unspoilt coastlines, rugged mountains, red desert sands and sprawling vineyards. New South Wales is home to Australia’s most famous city, Sydney with her spectacular harbour, sun-kissed beaches, world-class restaurants, cafés and bars. Things to do in New South Wales Take a couple of days to explore Sydney City, her world class beaches, national parks, iconic world renowned Harbour Bridge and Opera house. Visit the Art Gallery of NSW, one of Australia’s leading art museums featuring Aboriginal, European, Asian and contemporary art. Escape to the hills, forests, valleys and heritage villages of the Southern Highlands. Enjoy a hike along a mountain track, stay on a farm and learn about sheep shearing. Surf the pristine beaches on the Central Coast or South Coast where forest wilderness backs onto secluded bays. Restore your Zen on the beach in Byron Bay, or get a surfing lesson! Discover the beauty of the Snowy Mountains on horseback.

Byron Bay Moree Coffs Harbour Tamworth Port Macquarie SOUTH WALES Forster Port Stephens Hunter Valley

Broken Hill


Blue Mountains Wagga Wagga


Snowy Mountains

Batemans Bay

Visit Australia’s country music capital, Tamworth, known best for its annual country music festival in January and a host of other attractions throughout the year.

Coffs Harbour, NSW North Coast


NEW SOUTH WALES - Suggested Itineraries

5 DAYS in New South Wales Wineries, Mountains and Opera Explore the cultural heritage and indulgent experiences of the Blue Mountains and Hunter Valley, enjoying the tasting plate package. The Blue Mountains, a world heritage area of stunning beauty, stretches over one million hectares and includes an inspiring mix of rainforest, canyons, tall forest and headlands only 90 minutes from Sydney. The Hunter Valley is Australia’s most visited wine region. A combination of world-class wines and local produce makes this a wine and food lover’s paradise. Discover the Opera House, then sit back and soak up the stunning views of Sydney, while enjoying the Tasting Plate package before seeing a performance of your choice.

Itinerary: Sydney (4) Itinerary includes: • Return Airport coach transfers • 4 nights accommodation in the Hunter Valley • Grand Blue Mountains Tour • Opera House Backstage Tour with Tour and Tasting Plate package • Hunter Valley Food and Wine Tour with Grayline Departs from: Sydney Duration: 5 days/4 nights

5 DAYS in New South Wales Icons of New South Wales Experience the icons of New South Wales from the world famous beach of Bondi, to the waters of our beautiful Harbour and the Grand Blue Mountains. Starting with spectacular scenery, wildlife, plants and fresh mountain air, enjoy a full day exploring the Blue Mountains region in an all inclusive tour. Tour includes a visit to Featherdale Wildlife Park, the famous Three Sisters rock formation, and a ride on the world’s steepest scenic railway. Bondi Beach, famous around the world for its white sand, clean clear water and great surf – Let’s Go Surfing is the only officially licensed surf school on Bondi Beach and promises to give you a taste of Surfing in this 2 hour lesson. Take in the city and harbour views with Gray Line as you visit many Sydney iconic locations. Enjoy the history of The Rocks, the

famous Sydney Opera House and the beauty of Hyde Park and Mrs Macquarie’s Chair. Visit Bondi Beach, exclusive Double Bay and Kings Cross – Sydney’s hot spot. Enjoy a spectacular buffet luncheon cruise Magistic Cruises on the beautiful Sydney Harbour to complete your day. Itinerary: Sydney (4) Itinerary includes: • Return Airport coach transfers • 4 nights accommodation in Sydney • Grand Blue Mountains • 2 hour Lets Go Surfing lesson • Captain Cook Lunch Cruise Departs from: Sydney Duration: 5 days/4 nights

8 DAYS in New South Wales

Darling Harbour

Legendary Sydney to Gold Coast Coastal Drive


Heading north from Sydney to the Hunter Valley Vineyards, the Hunter Region includes the premium wine-growing regions of the Hunter Valley and the Upper Hunter. Join a winery tour, visit a cooking school, sample wines from boutique winemakers. Leaving the beautiful Hunter region, head east to the coastal town of Port Stephens, home to around 150 bottlenose dolphins. Perfect for swimming, Water snorkelling and kayaking. Land Port Macquarie is a vibrant town offering Park a distinctive mix of heritage buildings Transit and modern hotels and apartments. Golf Course Experience diverse dining, shopping and entertainment venues. Coffs Harbour is a coastal city surrounded by lush forests and national parks. Byron Bay is renowned for its alternative lifestyle, beaches and hinterland, brimming with waterfalls, rivers and volcanic peaks. After a few days on the road you deserve to


treatHarbour yourself at The Byron at Byron before heading Darlingto the Gold Coast. Harbour

Itinerary: Hunter Valley (2) Port Stephens (1) Port Macquarie (1) Coffs Harbour (1) Byron Bay (2) Itinerary includes: • 2 nights accommodation in the Hunter Valley • 1 night accommodation in Port Stephens • 1 night accommodation in Port Macquarie • 1 night accommodation in Coffs Harbour • 2 nights accommodation in Byron Bay • Car Hire – Hertz or Europcar Rental We recommend overnight accommodation in Sydney prior to commencing this self drive. Extend your stay at any of these locations to really enjoy the experience Departs from: Sydney Duration: 8 days/7 nights

Sydney, Australia’s oldest city, is one of the most colourful and vibrant cities in the world, famous for her beautiful harbour, iconic Opera House and Harbour Bridge. This incredibly beautiful city is built around a spectacular harbour. Enjoy a sail on a luxury yacht, or join the locals and journey across the harbour on the Manly Ferry.

AUSTRALIA Suggested Itineraries NEW SOUTH- WALES - Sydney


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Art Gallery of NSW



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Queen Victoria Bldg ST U IT T


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State Theatre


Mint Museum

Elizabeth Bay


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Sydney Cove

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Sydney Football Stadium

SYDNEY AIRPORT ACCOMMODATION 1. Quality Hotel CKS, Sydney Airport SYDNEY ACCOMMODATION 2. Cambridge Hotel Sydney 3. Devere Hotel 4. Four Seasons Hotel Sydney 5. Fraser Suites Sydney 6. Hyatt Regency Sydney 7. Mercure Sydney 8. Park Hyatt Sydney 9. Park Regis Sydney 10. Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney 11. Rendevous Hotel Sydney Central 12. Shangri-La Hotel Sydney 13. The Grace Hotel

14. The York by Swiss-Belhotel 15. Travelodge Hotel Sydney 16. Travelodge Hotel Sydney Wynyard 17. Oaks Goldsborough



BridgeClimb Operator: BridgeClimb Sydney

Sightseeing BridgeClimb provides the ultimate experience of Sydney, with guided Climbs to the top of the world famous Sydney Harbour Bridge. Climbers can choose from 3 amazing Climb adventures – The BridgeClimb (3.5 hours), BridgeClimb Express (2.25 hours) or the BridgeClimb Sampler (1.5 hours). Climbs are available at Dawn, Day, Twilight and Night. Don’t miss this unforgettable and uniquely Sydney experience.

Australian National Maritime Museum

Opera at the Sydney Opera House Operator: Opera Australia

Attraction Located in Sydney’s Darling Harbour, the Australian National Maritime Museum has one of the largest and most diverse in-water fleets of any museum in the world. This fleet includes navy vessels, a submarine, beautiful restored historic tall ships including a replica of Captain Cook’s ship HMB Endeavour, and the exciting immersive experience, Action Stations.

Opening Hours: 9:30am - 5pm

Departs: Climbs depart regularly 364 days a year.

Attraction The Sydney Opera House was built for opera. To get the full benefit of this architectural wonder of the world, you need to climb the steps, step inside these iconic sails, and experience an opera performance that’s unlike anywhere else in the world. Prepare for the most impressive night you’ve ever had. English translations are projected above the stage for all performances. There is no dress code, casual dress is acceptable. Travelling in March/April? Experience the unforgettable Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour presented on a magnificent outdoor floating stage.

Opening Hours: Performances commence at 7:30pm and run for 2-3 hours with an interval.

Blue Mountains Deluxe Experience

Panoramic Sydney

Blue Mountains Hiking Tour

Operator: AEA Luxury Tours & Mount ‘n Beach Safaris

Operator: AEA Luxury Tours & Mount ‘n Beach Safaris

Operator: AEA Luxury Tours & Mount ‘n Beach Safaris

Sightseeing Inclusions:


Sightseeing Inclusions:

• Wildlife Emersion in the wild • Early entry to Blue Mountains World Heritage Park • Complete circle loop of the Blue Mountains • Visit remote regions with stunning views • Historic Hartley Vale • Lunch at Hydro Majestic

Duration: 10 hours Departs: Daily from Sydney City Hotels from 7am and returns to hotels at approximately 4:30-5pm.

Depart your hotel for an unforgettable Panoramic Sydney half day city sights tour. On tour you’ll visit the historic Rocks area and hear early convict history. Enjoy magnificent views of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. See the shopping heart of the city, Queen Victoria Building and Pitt St Mall. Visit Sydney’s trendy district Oxford Street. Travel through elegant Paddington with its terrace houses before arriving at the Pacific Ocean. See the superb coast cliff walk around Tamarama and Bronte. Travel on to famous Bondi Beach. Visit the beachfront promenade. Return to Sydney via Double Bay, Kings Cross and Mrs Macquarie’s Point for a final magical viewpoint over the harbour before returning to the city centre.

Departs: Times available on application.

• Wildlife Emersion in the wild • Early entry to Blue Mountains World Heritage Park • Complete circle loop of the Blue Mountains • A self-guided 2-hour hike to explore the remote regions with stunning views • Picnic Lunch Pack • Historic Hartley Vale

Duration: 10 hours Departs: Daily from Sydney City Hotels from 7am and returns at 5pm. Tour runs with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 17.

WILD LIFE and SEA LIFE Operator: Merlin Entertainment

Attraction WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo Step into an animal adventure as you journey around Australia! Walk through iconic Australian habitats and encounter some of the most loved, feared and unique animals. Enter the daring world of Kakadu Gorge and come eye to eye with a huge saltwater crocodile with our NEW immersive crocodile experience. Explore Kangaroo Walk-About, meet koalas in Gum Tree Valley and more! WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo features interactive displays, entertaining keeper talks and enhanced walk-through habitats including Koala Encounters and Butterfly Tropics.

SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium Boasting the world’s largest collection of Australia aquatic life, SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium is a delight for guests of all ages. Featuring over 13,000 marine creatures spanning 650 species, this Sydney icon is home to some of the world’s most fascinating sea life – from the adorable Little Penguins, the grand King and Gentoo penguins, to the majestic Smooth Ray and of course, Pig and Wuru, the only pair of on-display dugongs in the world! Visit our amazing Great Barrier Reef Exhibit and walk through our glass tunnels and view manta rays, tropical fish, and sharks up close!


Opening Hours: WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo: 10am – 5pm (last entry at 4pm) and SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium: 10am – 6pm (last entry at 5pm)

Operator: Let’s Go Surfing

Sightseeing Arrive at Let’s Go Surfing and take part in a fun and active two hour beginners surf lesson. Do what the locals do and experience surfing world-famous Bondi Beach with year-round sun and the coolest beachside anywhere. You’ll be riding the wave of your dreams with the friendliest and most professional surf school in Australia. Surfing Bondi is a must-do Sydney urban adventure. Private lessons and half day tours with transfer are available on request.

Duration: 2 hours Departs: Daily

Luxury Personalised Small Group Blue Mountains

The Official Home and Away Tour



Operator: Diamond Tours

Diamond Tours offers you a magical experience of the Blue Mountains. Our All Inclusive boutique tour provides a more intimate touch in a luxury Mercedes – Benz (MAX 14 People). Complimentary Hotel pickup from Sydney CBD, Scenic World Rides, Hot Filling Lunch away from the crowds with a glass of Australian Beer, Wine, Soft Drink, Tea or Coffee, Breathtaking lookouts with amazing views and photo opportunities of the Blue Mountains, Featherdale Wildlife Park Entry & Private Water Taxi back to Darling Harbour or Circular Quay at approx 5pm where tour concludes.


Duration: 10 hours Departs: 7am Tuesday to Sunday

Hunter Valley Wine

Blue Mountains

Operator: Boutique Tours Australia

Operator: Boutique Tours Australia



Join our multi-award winning wine tours to the Hunter Valley, departing Sydney daily. A focus on boutique wineries offers a personalised, authentic experience only available at the local cellar doors and we don’t visit the same vineyards every day. You’ll enjoy 3-4 private tastings, and the gourmet 2-course restaurant lunch includes a seasonally changing menu plus a glass of Hunter wine. Enthusiastic, informative guides and luxury Mercedes vehicles ensure an enjoyable day out in a small group (max. 14). Discover why Boutique Tours Australia has been awarded the Best Tour in the Hunter Valley 4 times!

Operator: Flamin’ Galah

This unique tour to Palm Beach, Summer Bay visits the stunning location of the hugely popular Home and Away set, offering an insightful and authentic brand experience. The tour allows fans from all over the World to connect with their favourite show and experience the iconic outdoor locations featured in the hit TV program. On board, fans will be able to capture once in a life time photo opportunities, whilst expert guides share their Home and Away knowledge.


Bondi Surf Experience

Departs: Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from The Rocks, and concludes at Manly Beach Duration: approx. 4 hours (1:15pm and 5:15pm)

Explore Sydney’s spectacular Blue Mountains with an itinerary that helps avoid the crowds. Enjoy views and walks from remote spots overlooking spectacular mountain valleys. Marvel at the famous Three Sisters, and gain an insight into Aboriginal culture at the Waradah Centre. Enjoy a 2 course restaurant lunch with starters and breathtaking valley views. Meet some Australian native animals at Featherdale Wildlife Park with the chance to feed Kangaroos and take a photo with a Koala! End your day with a city return by River Cruise under the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Maximum of 14 passengers in Mercedes vehicles designed to spoil.

Sydney Out Back Operator: Sydney Out Back

Sightseeing The Sydney Out Back Experience offers nature, Aboriginal and coastal tours to Sydney’s spectacular ‘out back” – its northern National Parks and beaches – located just 45 minutes from the Sydney CBD. We visit Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, home to the world’s most concentrated area of Indigenous sites in the world (>1,500 sites). Our guest enjoy a visit to West Head Lookout, a 2.5 hour scenic discovery cruise through the National Park waterways, and indigenous interpretation at several ancient Aboriginal sites (some only accessible by water), a gourmet bush tucker lunch and on-board cultural presentation. We use a 23 seater bus and 50ft power catamaran (64 passangers) for our tours.



Oz Whale Watching

Lux Whale Watching

Progressive Long Lunch

Operator: Sydney Princess Cruises

Operator: Sydney Princess Cruises

Operator: Sydney Princess Cruises




Sydney Princess Cruises is a boutique and specialty Sydney Harbour cruise company offering a variety of unique Sydney Harbour based experiences. The Oz Whale Watching Cruise is a surperb, interactive Sydney Harbour lunch incorporating all of Sydney’s famous icon’s plus Whale watching. With a 96% success rate per season to view whales this is an up close whale watching experience. Buffet lunch included.

Departs: May – November, 6 days per week (excludes Monday). Breakfast cruise available Saturday/ Sunday only Duration: 4 Hours

A full luxury Sydney Harbour cruise incorporating all of Sydney’s famous icons plus whale watching experience on the luxurious Riviera. The Riviera is a highly reputable vessel. This cruise includes all food and beverages (including alcohol) and is available as a shared or private experience.

A progressive lunch like no other. On board the luxurious Riviera, cruise Sydney Harbour and dine at iconic beachside restaurants. First course Doyle’s Watsons Bay, second course at The Public Dining Room Balmoral Beach and dessert is on board. This cruise is available as a shared or private experience.

Maximum 12 passengers per departure.

Maximum 16 passengers per departure. All food and beverages (including alcohol) included.

Departs: May – November. Operates Daily. Duration: 4 Hours

Mystical Blue Mountains Sunset day tour

Hunter Valley Wine & Dine day tour



Operator: Autopia

Enjoy a later start and most of the crowds! The Blue Mountains are not to be missed, with their stunning scenery, waterfalls and native animals. Join us on a short bushwalk to a beautiful waterfall. Learn about the local Indigenous creation stories and how the Blue Mountains got their name. Then finish your day watching the colours change with sunset viewing at the Three Sisters rock formation and wild kangaroo spotting. Includes: Light lunch (vegetarian available).

Departs: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday 10am winter, 12pm summer Duration: 10 hours

Departs: Daily Duration: 4.5 Hours

Operator: Autopia

Escape the city with a visit to the beautiful Hunter Valley, one of Australia’s most famous wine growing regions. Spend the day relaxing and enjoying a variety of wines produced in the region. We also visit an organic distillery, where you can try vodka, and the Hunter Chocolate Factory for samples. Lunch is included at Mathilda Bay Brewhouse (vegetarian option available). Includes: Lunch (vegetarian available), wine, chocolate and vodka tastings.

Departs: Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday 7-8am Duration: 11 hours

Royal Randwick Racecourse Operator: Australian Turf Club

Sightseeing With a proud Australian heritage of racing dating back to 1833, the iconic Royal Randwick and Rosehill Gardens Racecourse are at the forefront of thoroughbred horse racing in Sydney. Located near Sydney’s best attractions, our racecourses have racing every Saturday, year round. Our world-class venues take great pride in offering the very best in hospitality experiences with a myriad of premium food, beverage and entertainment options set against prime trackside and cityscape views. The Australian Turf Club brings together the best of all that is uniquely Sydney. Discover Sydney’s ultimate fashion, food, lifestyle and thoroughbred racing experience.

Opening Hours: Every Saturday, year round


Captains Dinner

Gold Penfolds Dinner

Operator: Captain Cook Cruises

Operator: Captain Cook Cruises

Operator: Captain Cook Cruises




When in Sydney do what the locals do and travel on the harbour highway. The Hop On Hop Off Harbour Explorer pass is the easy way for visitors to explore Sydney over two calendar days visiting up to eleven famous harbour precincts including Darling Harbour, ICC Sydney, Barangaroo, Circular Quay (The Rocks & Opera House), Taronga Zoo, Watsons Bay, Luna Park, Manly, Fort Denison, Shark Island and Garden Island with commentary.

Departs: Circular Quay Wharf No.6 or Darling Harbour Pier 26 Duration: 2-Day Pass

The Captains Dinner Cruise is the signature a la carte dining experience and comes with the Captain’s seal of approval. Cruise on the prestigious MV Sydney 2000 or John Cadman 2 and enjoy quality 3-course a la carte dining, live music and dancing, all set to the spectacular backdrop of Sydney by night. Guaranteed window seating or Bar packages are available at a small additional charge.

Duration: From 2.5 - 3.5 hours Departs: 7pm from Circular Quay Wharf No.6. Disembark 9:30pm or 10:30pm Saturday year-round & Friday November-March

First impressions count. When only the best will do the Gold Penfolds Dinner Cruise will impress from the first moment until the last. Enjoy priority boarding and welcome reception on the top deck, upper deck Gold seating, live music, six-course degustation dining and Penfolds gold selection of private bin and vintage wines to complement each course. All set the spectacular backdrop of Sydney by night aboard your prestigious cruise ship MV Sydney 2000.


2 Day Hop On Hop Off

Duration: From 2.5 - 3.5 hours Departs: 7pm from Circular Quay Wharf No.6. Disembark 9:30pm or 10:30pm Saturday year-round & Friday November-March.

Australia’s East Coast Encompassed - Sydney to Cairns Operator: Intrepid Travel

Sightseeing Day 1: Sydney - Welcome to Australia’s magnificent Harbour City. Day 2: Sydney - Tour Sydney glamour spots like the Harbour Bridge and Opera House before hopping on a ferry to Watson’s Bay. Day 3: Newcastle - See koalas and kangaroos on a guided tour of a wildlife park, then tuck into Hunter Valley specialties like wine, cheese, chocolate and organic vodka. Day 4: Port Macquarie - Hit the sands of Lakes Way along the gorgeous New South Wales coast. Later, travel to Port Macquarie for a sunset cruise. Day 5: Dorrigo National Park - After a morning visit to a koala hospital, continue on to the rainforest and waterfalls of Dorrigo National Park.

Days 6-7: Byron Bay - Splash about in Dangar Falls, then head to the laid-back surfer hub of Byron Bay, where dolphins and whales frolic almost as much as the locals. Day 8: Noosa - Cross the border into Queensland and head to Noosa, home of sublime beaches and vibrant nightlife. Day 9: Fraser Island/ Noosa - Explore the world’s largest sand island by 4WD. Head back to Noosa in the evening. Days 10-11: Airlie Beach/Whitsundays - Fly to Airlie Beach in the Whitsundays. On day 11, cruise around the islands, making a stop at Whitehaven Beach and two different snorkelling spots. Day 12: Tully - Visit a swimming hole with an Indigenous family and learn about the history of the locals, tropical rainforest, and Mission Beach – our stop for the night. Day 13: Atherton Tablelands Cairns Discover waterfalls, lush rainforest and old country towns en route to Cairns. Day 14: Great Barrier Reef/Cairns - Celebrate with dinner and drinks in Cairns.

Opening Hours: Everyday Duration: 14 Days / 13 Nights Departs: Various dates year round

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Hyatt Regency Sydney 161 Sussex Street, Sydney

Make the most of being away at Hyatt Regency Sydney. A go-to gathering place where guests can relax, and recharge. Hyatt Regency Sydney offers unparalleled facilities in an unrivalled location with Darling Harbour as your backdrop. A premium waterside retreat located adjacent to Darling Harbour in the heart of Sydney’s Central Business District. Within walking distance to iconic theatres, museums, galleries, parks and luxury shopping precincts including Pitt Street Mall and Queen Victoria Building guests can experience some of the city’s best attractions just moments from their doorstep. Conveniently located just 30 minutes from Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport.

Property Facilities • Sailmaker Restaurant • Lobby Lounge • Heritage Bar • Dundee Arms Pub • Zephyr Sky Bar • Regency Club Lounge with Private Boardroom • Concierge • 24 Hour Fitness Centre • Direct access to Darling Harbour • 24 Hour In Room Dining • Laundry and dry cleaning services • Meetings and events facilities • Wheel chair accessible • Valet parking • 100% Non-Smoking

Accommodation Boasting 892 beautifully-appointed guestrooms and suites • Wellappointed bathrooms with a full size amenity kit and Pharmacopia bath products • Mini bar • Complimentary Wi-Fi • Air Conditioning • In room safe • Complimentary tea and coffee • Room Service • Interconnecting rooms • Personal Safe • Hairdryer • Iron and Ironing board • In house movies • Telephone • Radio • Workstation • local daily newspaper on request Map Ref: 6

Four Seasons Hotel Sydney 199 George Street, Sydney

Great food, exceptional service and the ultimate in luxury. The Four Seasons is a Sydney icon, worthy of its reputation as one of the city’s premium hotels. Location Spectacularly located at Circular Quay, on Sydney Harbour, minutes from the Central Business District and The Rocks.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • pool • heated pool • WiFi access • health spa centre • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • parking facilities • hair salon

Accommodation • 531 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • hairdryer • bathrobes


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Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney 176 Cumberland Street, The Rocks

Wake up to breathtaking views of Sydney Harbour, the Harbour Bridge and Sydney’s iconic Opera House. Location In the historic Rocks area of this dynamic city, offering stunning harbour views and the finest dining experiences in Sydney.

Property Facilities • Restaurants • bars • cafe • indoor heated pool • gym/fitness centre • CHI, The Spa • sauna • tour desk • business centre • WiFi access • parking • shop

Accommodation • 565 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • tea/coffee making facilities • refrigerator • hairdryer • in-room safe • ihome dock • free WiFi access Map Ref: 12

Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel Sydney 27 O’Connell Street, Sydney

This beautiful heritage-listed building is in perfect contrast to the modern, stylishlyrenovated interior of the hotel. Location

Situated in the heart of the city and a short walk from the Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge, and Circular Quay. With easy access to Chinatown, Darling Harbour, Pitt Street shopping mall, this hotel is a perfect base for exploration.

Property Facilities

• Bar • Restaurant • Complimentary internet access to all guests • Health Club – 15 metre indoor lap pool, gym, spa, and steam room • Business Class Lounge • Valet parking • Event spaces • Bentley Restaurant Bar – a two-hatted restaurant


• 364 rooms • Free WIFI • Individually controlled heating and air-conditioning • Bathrooms with separate shower and bath • USB charging ports • Flat-screen televisions • Pillow menu • Bathrobes • Slippers • Mini bar • Tea and coffee making facilities Map Ref: 10 • In-room safe

Park Hyatt Sydney 7 Hickson Road, The Rocks, Sydney

Park Hyatt Sydney brings a new level of contemporary luxury to the edge of Sydney Harbour with newly transformed facilities. Location Harbour front location between the Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, Park Hyatt Sydney offers guests an intimate, residential-style hotel with architecture, design and art that reflects the Australian landscape.

Property Facilities • 2 restaurants • 1 bar • rooftop heated pool • WiFi access • spa/gym • 24 hour reception • concierge • 24 hour butler service • private wharf • business centre • parking facilities

Accommodation • 155 rooms • private balcony • air-conditioning • private bar • tea/coffee making facilities • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • bathrobes Map Ref: 8



The Grace Hotel 77 York Street, Sydney

Situated in the heart of Sydney’s CBD, The Grace Hotel is famous for its elegantly restored 1930s Neo-Gothic Grace building.

Location Discover Sydney from its heart at The Grace Hotel and be steps away from Darling Harbour and King Street Wharf, plus the best shopping, theatres and entertainment on offer.

Property Facilities • 382 rooms • 14 conference and events function rooms • Dining at the Grace Brasserie • Piano lounge • Food, massage and medical retail outlets • Heated lap pool • Gym • Sauna and steam room

Accommodation • 382 rooms • Air-conditioning • TV sets with in-house movies and satellite TV channels • IDD phones in room and bathroom • Highspeed Wi-fi • Mini Bar, tea & coffee facilities • In-room safe • Ironing facilities • Laundry and valet service • Hair dryer • 24-hour room Map Ref: 13 service • Extra-bed available upon request

Fraser Suites, Sydney

The York by Swiss-Belhotel

Travelodge Wynyard

488 Kent Street, Sydney

5 York Street, Sydney

7-9 York Street, Sydney

Fraser Suites Sydney is the epitome of stylish living. Fully-furnished apartments providing luxury accommodation for business or leisure.

Sydney’s largest serviced apartments –offering daily serviced studio, one bedroom, two bedroom and three bedroom apartments –all with balconies.

A popular hotel with friendly, efficient service and a great city location. Also a good-value-for-money property with many dining options close by.




Fraser Suites Sydney is located in the heart of Sydney CBD, moments from Queen Victoria Building, Pitt Street Mall, Chinatown, Darling Harbour, Cockle Bay and Hyde Park.

Property Facilities

The heart of the city, within walking distance to The Rocks, Opera House and Circular Quay.

Property Facilities

Property Facilities

• Pool • heated pool • free WiFi access • gym/fitness centre • washer/dryer • tour desk • parking

• Complimentary unlimited wifi • heated indoor pool • spa and sauna • gym/fitness centre • car parking



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Mercure Sydney 818-820 George Street, Sydney

Stylish, modern accommodation and a convenient location, Mercure Sydney is among the leading hotels for business and holiday travel in Sydney. Location Mercure Sydney is located within walking distance to Darling Harbour, Chinatown, restaurants, bars and boutique shopping. The central location is unbeatable and allows convenient access to Sydney’s major attractions such Sydney Opera House, The Rocks and Harbour Bridge.

Property Facilities • Indoor rooftop pool • sauna • gymnasium • laundry/ dry cleaning service • restaurant • bar • 24 hour room service • parking (extra charge)

Accommodation • 517 contemporary rooms • Air conditioning • Mini Bar • Tea and Coffee Facilities • Refrigerator • WIFI (extra charge) • Hairdryer • Iron/ Ironing Board • Pillow Menu • In Room Movies (extra charge) • Safe Map Ref: 7

• Restaurant • bar • 24 hour reception • WiFi access • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • parking facilities


• 100 apartments • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • fully-equipped kitchen • tea/coffee making facilities • balcony • hairdryer • in-room safe • CD player

• 201 suites • air-conditioning • minibar • kitchenette • complimentary water • Nespresso coffee machine • hairdryer • iron/ironing board


Located in the heart of Sydney. Close to the Opera House, The Rocks, Circular Quay and Darling Harbour.

• 283 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • tea/coffee making facilities • iPod docking station • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

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Park Regis City Centre

Cambridge Hotel Sydney

Corner George & Quay Streets, Sydney

27 Park Street Sydney

212 Riley Street, Sydney

A vibrant hotel conveniently located adjacent to Railway Square.

Park Regis City Centre is designed to cater to both corporate and leisure travellers.

Located in a colourful cosmopolitan part of town, with a selection of bars, clubs and restaurants, all within easy reach.




Located in the heart of Sydney, Rendezvous Hotel Sydney Central offers contemporary style and a personal feel to offer you a warm welcome. Some of Sydney’s most popular sites are within walking distance, including Darling Harbour, Chinatown, the International Convention Centre Sydney, and fashionable Surry Hills.

Property Facilities • Free WiFi • Bar • On-site parking • 24 hour reception • Restaurant • Room Service • Conference facilities • Luggage storage

Accommodation • 116 rooms and suites • individual climate control air conditioning • hair dryer • iron and ironing board • all rooms are non-smoking

This hotel is located in the heart of Sydney City; opposite Hyde Park and a short stroll to Darling Harbour, Pitt Street Mall, Queen Victoria Building and Town Hall.

Property Facilities

Property Facilities

• Rooftop Swimming Pool

• Restaurant • Indoor heated pool • Secure undercover parking facilities • 24hour front desk • 24hour room service

Accommodation • Modern hotel room incorporating contemporary decor • Airconditioning / Heating • Toilet / Bathroom • Opening windows • Work desk • Complimentary Wi-Fi (up to 250MB daily) • Direct dial telephone • LCD television • Tea / Coffee making facilities • Safe • Bar Fridge • Alarm Clock

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Located on 212 Riley Street Surry Hills the hotel is within walking distance from the city centre, only minutes from the restaurant & shopping precincts of Crown and Oxford Street.

Accommodation • 149 rooms • Air-conditioning • Complimentary Wi-Fi • Tea and coffee making facilities • iPod docking stations • iron/ironing board • hairdryer • minibar

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Oaks Goldsborough

Travelodge Sydney

DeVere Hotel

243 Pyrmont Street, Darling Harbour

27 Wentworth Avenue, Sydney

44-46 Macleay Street, Potts Point

Oaks Goldsbrough offers stylish accommodation overlooking Darling Habour.

This popular hotel offers the perfect location to explore many dining, shopping and tourist attractions.

Clean and comfortable hotel offering great value for money in the heart of Potts Point.




Situated in the hub of Darling Harbour, close to transport and just a short stroll to shops.

Property Facilities

Walking distance to Hyde Park, Central Business District, restaurants, and the nightlife and shopping of Oxford Street.

Property Facilities

• Internet (fee) •parking facilities (fee) •indoor pool •spa •sauna •gym

• Restaurant • 24 hour reception • free WiFi access • gym

•Air conditioning • Internet •Studio rooms with kitchenette facilities • 1 and 2 bedroom apartments with full kitchen facilities

Potts Point, only 20 minutes walk to Sydney’s Central Business District and 30 minutes walk to the Opera House. The hotel is in a 24 hour business and entertainment area and only a short walk to public transport.

Property Facilities




Rendezvous Hotel Sydney Central

• 406 rooms • air-conditioning • refrigerator • kitchenette (with microwave) • tea/coffee making facilities • iPod docking station • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

• Restaurant • bar • WiFi access (fees apply) • 24 hour reception • tour desk • laundry facilities

Accommodation • 117 rooms • 13 apartments • air-conditioning • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

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NEW SOUTH WALES - Beyond Sydney

Sydney Airport Precinct Sydney Airport Precinct is a perfect and convenient stopover location. It is a short train ride to the Sydney city centre as well as other iconic attractions. It offers delicious restaurants in the local area as well as the duty free shopping at the Sydney Airport.

Quality Hotel CKS, Sydney Airport 35 Levey Street, Wolli Creek (Mascot)

Well located hotel adjacent to Sydney Airport offering great accommodation for leisure travellers. Location Convenient and modern accommodation at an affordable price. Make use of the quality guest facilities, sit back and enjoy a drink at the bar and a meal in the contemporary restaurant. Surf the net with free Wi-Fi, or relax in front of the smart TV in your guest room. Distances: City centre 13km, Sydney Airport 1km.

Property Facilities • 24 hour reception • Restaurant • Bar • Guest laundry • Non smoking rooms • Free WIFI throughout • Parking (extra charge) • Shuttle Service (extra charge)

Accommodation • 121 guest rooms • Air-conditioning • Tea/coffee making facilities • Docking station • Smart TV • Ironing facilities • All rooms non smoking • Children are free when sharing with adults Map Ref: 1

Blue Mountains The magnificent Blue Mountains will enchant you with her blue haze - a natural wilderness of untamed bush, spectacular rock formations, native wildlife and quaint villages.

The Carrington Hotel 15-47 Katoomba Street, Katoomba

Offering elegance, luxury and charm while catering for all tastes and budgets. Location Situated in the heart of Katoomba, amidst cafes, restaurants, art galleries and gift stores. Within The World Heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park.

Property Facilities • 2 restaurants • 3 bars • micro-brewery • cellars & deli • tour desk • parking

Accommodation • 65 rooms • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free internet • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley 2600 Wolgan Road, Wolgan Valley

An ultra-luxury resort set on 7,000 acres of carbon-neutral conservation and wildlife reserve Location Nestled in the World Heritage-listed Greater Blue Mountains region, located 2.5 hours’ from Sydney, offering a quintessentially Australian bush experience.

Property Facilities • 2 restaurants • bar • pool • complimentary WiFi access • spa • gym/fitness centre • parking facilities • tennis court • boutique • business centre



• 40 villas with private pools • fireplace • complimentary WiFi • air conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • verandah • hairdryer • bathrobes • DVD/CD player • mountain bikes • a pair of binoculars for wildlife viewing

265 Sandy Point Road, Salamanda Bay

With it’s crystal clear beautiful beaches, boutique shopping, gourmet restaurants & adventures in and out of the water, Port Stephens is a true coastal paradise.

Port Stephens, known as the dolphin and whale capital of Australia, is great for fishing, boating, sand boarding, surfing and relaxing! Location: In the Port Stephens area, on New South Wales north coast, just 2 hours north of Sydney. There are sheltered waterways, golden beaches and pristine national parks close by.

Property Facilities: • Restaurant • bar • Body & Soul Spa Retreat • pool • gym/fitness centre • parking • tennis court • guest laundry • tour desk

Accommodation: • 30 rooms • 153 apartments with fully-equipped kitchen • air-conditioning • internet

NEW SOUTH WALES - Beyond Sydney

Oaks Pacific Blue Resort

Port Stephens

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Byron Bay

Byron Bay Sea Kayak Tours Operator: Cape Byron Kayaks

The bohemian coastal town of Byron Bay is amongst the most popular destinations in the north coast of New South Wales. Sightseeing Experience all the fun and adventure of a Cape Byron Kayaks guided tour. Feel the exhilaration as you paddle with the dolphins, the turtles and the whales that frequent the enticing waters of Byron Bay. Whether you are a novice or experienced kayaker, your adventure will include paddling our gorgeous Marine Park, the waves, the wilderness and morning or afternoon tea with Tim Tams on a beautiful beach. Take in some of the best sights the East Coast has to offer. Learn about local history, aboriginal history, the lighthouse, dolphins, whales and turtles. See the Most Easterly Point of the Australian mainland. This is all part of your Byron Bay sea kayak experience with Cape Byron Kayaks. Newrybar (Near Byron Bay) (credit: Tourism Autralia)

The Byron at Byron Resort & Spa 77-97 Broken Head Road, Byron Bay

Indulge yourself at this tranquil rainforest retreat. Complimentary daily yoga at 8am. Location Five minutes south of Byron Bay township near Byron Bay Golf Club. Ten minutes walk to Tallow Beach, through the rainforest.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • pool • heated pool • health spa centre • gym/fitness centre • business centre • parking facilities • shop • tennis court

Accommodation • 92 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • balcony • hairdryer • in-room safe • bathrobes • CD player • fully-equipped kitchen • in-house movies



Canberra Canberra is a fantastic base from which to explore the many treasures of the region. Visit historic townships, natural wonders, beautiful coastlines and the famous Snowy Mountains.























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With your 3infun ticket you can explore the wonderful world of science at Questacon-The National Science and Technology Centre. Then step into a world of all things miniature as you travel around the world at Cockington Green Gardens. Finally, discover the champion within at the Australian Institute of Sport with an athlete-guided tour. And because once is never enough, we’ll give you a return visit to the attraction of your choice!


On your next visit to Canberra, open the doors to three of Canberra’s top attractions with your 3infun ticket!



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CANBERRA ACCOMMODATION 1. Mercure Canberra 2. ibis Styles Canberra 3. Tall Trees Canberra 4. Novotel Canberra 5. ibis Styles Canberra Eaglehawk 6. Pavillion on Northbourne 7. Premier Hotel & Apartments 8. Diplomat Hotel 9. Parklands Hotel & Apartments

Lawson Crescent, Acton Peninsula, Canberra


National Museum of Australia Australian Highlights Tour, First Australians Tour and Ultimate Museum Experience Package

Attraction Overlooking Lake Burley Griffin, the National Museum of Australia explores Australian history and culture – Indigenous history, landscape, people and the journeys that connect Australia with the world. The Museum Highlights Tour offers an excellent introduction to the Museum’s galleries and is a great way to see the Museum if you are short on time. The First Australians Tour provides insights into Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ history, cultures, spirituality and connections to country. Ultimate Museum Experience Package features a one hour Museum highlights tour with a breakfast, brunch or lunch option.

Package includes: • Museum Highlights Tour • The choice of a meal from the à la carte menu (breakfast, brunch or lunch) from the Museum’s stunning waterfront café with a glass of wine • $20 shopping voucher to use at the Museum Shop (conditions apply)

Departs: Daily from the Hall of the Museum Museum Highlights tour: 10am and 1pm First Australians tour: 3pm Duration: The Museum Highlights Tour/First Australian Tour 60 minutes, Ultimate Experience Package 3 hours

Canberra Balloon Flights

Capital Nature Tour

AIS Tour

Operator: Balloon Aloft Canberra

Operator: Blue Skies Adventure Tour

Operator: Australian Institute of Sport




Take off with the sunrise and drift gently with the wind. Experience breathtaking views and see the nation’s capital come to life beneath you. Balloon flights are approximately 45 minutes to an hour and conclude with a champagne celebration. Breakfast at the Hyatt is an optional extra. Balloon Aloft is locally owned and operated and all of our pilots & crew are truly passionate about ballooning and love to show off our beautiful city.

Departs: Daily, meeting half hour before sunrise at the Hyatt Hotel. Duration: Total tour time 3-4 hours, flight time 45-60 minutes

Our full day experience begins with our drive via the Cotter Dam and a stop to experience the Deep Space Tracking Station, owned by NASA, 1 of only 3 such facilities in the world. On to Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve where you will spend the day in the National Park and get to see many Australian Animals, Flora and Fauna. Kangaroos, Wallabies, Koalas and Platypus, just to name a few. Enjoy a hosted “Aussie Style” lunch with a majestic backdrop. We return you to your hotel in the late afternoon.

Australia’s premier elite sporting precinct. Get inspired on your next visit to Canberra on a guided 90-minute behind-thescenes AIS Tour (charges apply). You’ll gain an insight into the life of elite, high performance athletes as they pursue sporting glory. Every tour includes Sportex, a fun and interactive sports exhibits set amongst a unique collection of Australian sporting memorabilia. Remember your experience with exclusive merchandise from the AIS Shop or relax with great coffee & café-style food at AIS Cafe. Only 6 minute drive from Canberra with plenty of free parking.

Opening Hours: Daily 10am, 11:30am, 1pm & 2:30pm. Excludes Xmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day and Good Friday.



Mercure Canberra Corner of Limestone and Ainslie Avenue, Braddon

Combining Canberra history with modern day comforts, Mercure Canberra offers great accommodation and restaurants while you explore Canberra. Location


Within walking distance to Canberra Central Business District and only 10 minutes to the airport, Mercure Canberra is conveniently located. Being 800 meters from the convention centre and town, guests can immerse themselves in the serenity as they overlook Mount Ainslie.

• 129 Rooms • Hotel split over two levels • Tea and Coffee making facilities • 24 hour reception • 24 hour room service • Guest Laundry (charges apply) • Complimentary Wifi for Loyalty members • Smart TV’s • Dedicated Pet Friendly rooms available directly with the hotel

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• Heritage Listed Property • Two onsite dining options • Private Dining Room Hire available • Internal Courtyard Gardens • Gym • Beer Garden & Outdoor Terrace • Three meetings spaces • Parking available (at cost)

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ibis Styles Canberra

Tall Trees Canberra

203 Goyder Street, Narrabundah Canberra

21 Stephen Street Ainslie, Canberra

Fresh contemporary hotel featuring executive, deluxe and family rooms, restaurant, bar and parking. A short walk to Dickson’s China town. Full service economy hotel featuring standard rooms, family rooms & apartments, plus restaurant, bar, gym, swimming pool and parking Location

Location Tall Trees Canberra is located in a quiet suburban street in Ainslie, an established, leafy suburb of Canberra - yet only minutes by car to the city, Canberra’s major attractions, Parliament House, the Australian War Memorial, and Mt Ainslie. It is also within walking distance to over 30 restaurants in Dickson.

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Located in the leafy inner suburb of Narrabundah, ibis Styles offers a peaceful retreat which is just minutes from the many attractions. Guests are within easy reach of the city centre, major government offices and Canberra Airport and can explore Canberra’s fascinating cultural & historical attractions, including Parliament House and National Gallery, plus its many restaurants, bars & shops.

• Reception & Concierge • On-site Restaurant • Bar • In-Room Dining • Fitness

Property Facilities • Reception • On-site Restaurant • Bar • In-Room Dining • Car & Coach Parking • Accessible Facilities

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Novotel Canberra

ibis Styles Canberra Eaglehawk

Pavilion on Northbourne

65 Northbourne Ave, Canberra

1222 Federal Highway, Sutton

242 Northbourne Avenue, Canberra

Central location, spacious light filled and a reputation for exceptional service.

Ibis Styles Canberra Eaglehawk is the perfect venue for those wishing to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.

A tropical oasis in the National Capital.




Novotel Canberra is located in Canberra’s CBD, within walking distance to the retail and entertainment precincts and only a short drive to all Canberra’s major attractions.

Property Facilities • 286 well-appointed accommodation rooms • First Edition Restaurant • 24 Room service • 24 hour reception • Undercover Car parking • Indoor heated swimming pool • sauna • spa • gymnasium • Bus / Coach parking



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Located only 15 minutes from the CBD and 10 minutes from the airport, ibis Styles Eaglehawk is surrounded by 30 acres of native gardens and wildlife making it the perfect place to experience our wildlife and fauna in a relaxed location.

Property Facilities • Reception • On-site Restaurant • Bar • Outdoor pool • Gym • Car & Coach Parking • Accessible Facilities • Natural gardens and bushland • 7 meeting spaces


• 286 Rooms • Double & Twin Share • Family Rooms • HD LCD TV • Wi-Fi available • Ensuite bathrooms with walk-in showers • individual Heating & Cooling • Tea & Coffee Making Map Ref: 4

• 151 Rooms • Double & Twin Share • Family Rooms • HD LCD TV • Free Wi-Fi • Ensuite bathrooms with walk-in showers • Heating & Cooling • Tea & Coffee Making Facilities • Hairdryer • Bathroom Map Ref: 5 Amenities

Central to national attractions, located 2km from Central Business District and within walking distance to retail and dining precinct of Dickson.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • pool • gym • business centre • free parking • free airport shuttle

Accommodation • 156 rooms • air-conditioning • refrigeration • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • movies • Foxtel • hairdryer • iron/ironing board Map Ref: 6

Diplomat Hotel

110 Benjamin Way, Belconnen

2 Hely St, Griffith

A warm friendly welcome is always available at this stylish and contemporary hotel.

This newly refurbished boutique hotel is close to all of Canberra’s world class national attractions.



Located in the leafy suburb of Belconnen close to Belconnen Markets, Westfield shopping mall, the Australian Institute of Sport and GIO Stadium.

CANBERRA AUSTRALIA - Suggested Itineraries

Premier Hotel & Apartments

Located in Canberra’s inner-south suburb of Griffith, close to Manuka and Kingston, this hotel is the capital of cool.

Property Facilities

Property Facilities

• Free WiFi • Free parking • Cardio room • Restaurant • Bar • Function and boardrooms

• Free WiFi • Free parking • Gym • Pool • Restaurant • Bar • Book depository



• 74 rooms • Mini bar • Room service

• 67 Rooms • From queen rooms to deluxe spa suites • Mini Bar • Room service

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Parklands Hotel & Apartments

Explore Canberra - 1 and 2 night packages

6 Hawdon Place, Dickson

Operator: Roundhouse Hotels

Home away from home where you can unpack and relax in spacious apartment style accommodation.

Explore Canberra on these 1 and 2 night itineraries.



Close to the city centre and just a 5min walk to vibrant China Town with an electric selection of bars restaurants and specialty stores.

Property Facilities • Free WiFi • Free parking • Cardio room • Indoor heated pool • BBQ areas • Function and boardrooms


All packages include accommodation and breakfast. 1 night packages includes entry Cockington Green Gardens with a free miniature train ride and a guided tour of the National Museum including lunch and a 10% discount voucher for the museum shop. 2 night packages also include a guided tour of the Australian Institute of Sport and a half day personalised tour of Canberra

Duration 1 or 2 nights

• 65 rooms • 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments • Most rooms have kitchen and cooking facilities • Most rooms have laundry facilities

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Queensland To truly appreciate the beauty and character of Australia, a visit to Queensland is a must. If its year-round warm climate, friendly locals and relaxed way of life aren’t enough to convince you, its stunning beaches, bustling cities, diverse natural wonders and exotic islands certainly will.

Things to do in Queensland Hop on a motorbike on a working cattle farm for a real outback adventure. Kayak or canoe along the Noosa River, if you’re lucky you’ll see turtles and dolphins. For a fun, adrenalin-filled experience for the whole family, try the theme parks of the Gold Coast where there is something to suit everyone.

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Mission Beach


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For something a little different make sure you join in the fun of Queensland’s world-famous Cane Toad Race, or simply sun yourself on one of the many golden beaches and stunning islands in the Whitsundays.

Daintree Cape Tribulation G re

Sample some of the delicious dark rum at the Bundaberg Rum Distillery.

Whitsunday Islands



Rockhampton Bundaberg Noosa Maroochydore BRISBANE Gold Coast


Cape Tribulation

Gold Coast and Brisbane discovery Blessed with an average of 300 days of sunshine each year, the Gold Coast is one of the world’s best holiday destinations, it offers everything that is great about Australia. Stunning surf beaches, World Heritage rainforest, exciting city centre, theme parks, shopping, restaurants and year round events. Less than 30 minutes from the Gold Coast beaches is Australia’s largest expanse of sub-tropical rainforest where visitors can encounter Australia’s unique native wildlife. Spend a day at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary – see amazing Australian wildlife, Aboriginal performances, cuddle koalas and feed kangaroos, and then challenge yourself at the Adventure Park exciting high ropes adventure course. Situated on the banks of the Brisbane River, the city of Brisbane is a city for the senses, a city to explore by foot, by river or bike. Stroll through the buzzing urban villages, the coolest cafes and an eclectic array of the finest restaurants

plus endless shopping options. If you love the outdoors and adventure then you will enjoy Brisbane. Escape to Moreton Island or the Scenic Rim, experience world class exhibitions at Australia’s largest Gallery of Modern Art and the country’s premier live music scene in ‘The Valley’. Itinerary: Gold Coast (2) Brisbane (3) Itinerary includes: • 2 nights accommodation at the Gold Coast • Sunrise Hot Air Balloon Ride • Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary General

Admission Ticket • 3 nights Accomodation in Brisbane • 5 days Car Hire – Europcar or Hertz Australia

Departs from: Gold Coast Duration: 6 days/5 nights

QUEENSLAND - Suggested Itineraries

6 DAYS in Queensland

5 DAYS in Queensland Explore the Sunshine Way - Brisbane to Noosa Explore Brisbane, from the natural pleasures of parklands to the urban appeal of art galleries, it’s right here. Wining and dining, urban village hotspots, nights out on the town. See the sights of Brisbane from the top of the Story Bridge or Brisbane Wheel, or take a journey along the Brisbane river aboard the Citycat. Crikey! Australia Zoo offers a full day of wildlife action set on 70 acres with 1000 animals including elephants, koalas, tigers, wombats, kangaroos, emus, snakes and our massive saltwater crocodiles. Allow a full day to enjoy the shows and live demonstrations which all include fantastic slithering, swooping, jaw snapping wildlife action. Travelling on to Noosa, a stunning resort town nestled on crystalline waters in a relaxing haven of fine surf, sand, food and shopping. Explore the many riches, including its four distinct regions: Noosa Heads, Noosa Sound, Noosaville and the Noosa Hinterland. With so much to see and do you may want to

extend your stay to ensure you have plenty of time for soaking up the atmosphere and brilliant sunshine on the beaches. Itinerary: Brisbane (2) Noosa (2) Itinerary includes: • 2 nights accommodation in Brisbane • 2 nights accommodation –

in Noosa • One day Australia Zoo Admission Pass • 5 days Car Hire – Hertz Australia or

Europcar Return car to Brisbane Departs from: Brisbane Duration: 5 days/4 nights

5 DAYS in Queensland Legendary Great Barrier Reef and Rainforests Discover where the rainforest meets the reef in the heart of Australia’s tropics – Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef. Port Douglas is a delightful village situated a scenic one hour drive north of Cairns. Wedged between two World Heritage Sites – The Great Barrier Reef and ancient Daintree Rainforest. This stunning seaside village offers palm fringed streets and beaches, award-winning restaurants, Sunday markets and fantastic spas. Cape Tribulation, the Mossman Gorge and the World Heritage-Listed Daintree Rainforest. The oldest surviving tropical rainforest in the world, the Daintree is a site of exceptional beauty and scientific significance, containing the most species of plants in Australia. The Great Barrier Reef stretches more than 2,000 kilometres along the Queensland Coastline and covering 35 million hectares, the Great Barrier Reef is the world’s longest coral reef system. Tropical North Queensland offers the closest and easiest access point to the

majestic underwater playground. Itinerary: Port Douglas (4) Itinerary includes: • Return Coach transfers from Cairns Airport

to Port Douglas • 4 nights accommodation • Full day Cape Tribulations, Daintree and

Mossman Gorge tour) • Full day Quicksilver Outer Barrier

Reef Cruise Departs from: Cairns Duration: 5 days/4 nights


QUEENSLAND - Outback Queensland

Outback Queensland From the Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame to outback Aussie pubs, visit the heart of Queensland and join a guided tour to immerse yourself in an ultimate outback adventure. Listen to stories of outback pioneers, witness magnificent outback sunsets transform into awesome star-filled skies.

5 DAY Outback Getaway Outback Aussie Tours Longreach Tour Highlights: • Outback Stockman’s Show • Longreach School of Distance Education Tour • Qantas Founders Museum Jets Tour • Fully licenced Drover’s Sunset Cruise on the MV Explorer • Table service Campfire Dinner at Smithy’s Outback Dinner & Show • Strathmore Station Smoko Tour • Australian Age of Dinosaurs Laboratory, Collection Room Tour & Dinosaur Canyon • Winton Town Tour including a Tour of Waltzing Matilda Centre • Ilfracombe Tour Wellshot Hotel Dinner • Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame • Camden Park Station Sunset Dinner Tour

Inclusions: • All motel en suite accommodation • Travel by quality touring vehicle • Savannah Guides Master Operator driver/guide • Most meals (4 continental breakfasts; 4 dinners; 2 lunches) • Entries/activities as per itinerary • Longreach accommodation arrival/departure transfers. Prices do not include: airfares, rail fares, travel insurance, meals not specified in the itinerary, drinks, laundry, optional activities and items of a personal nature.

Itinerary: Day 1 - Sunday - Longreach (D) Welcome to Longreach where you will receive a warm outback greeting by our Outback Aussie Tours driver and a courtesy transfer to your accommodation. Tonight enjoy a welcome dinner at the historic Wellshot Hotel in Ilfracombe. 4 nights Longreach Motor Inn, Longreach

Day 3 - Tuesday - Longreach (B,L,D) Join our Strathmore Station Smoko Tour for an insider’s view into life on the land followed by a delicious morning tea. Explore the five themed galleries of the Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame to discover the inspiring stories of the men, women and children living in and pioneering Outback Queensland, and see the entertaining Outback Stockman’s Show. Enjoy an exclusive lunch at Dr Bruce Yeates Memorial Cottage. Late afternoon, experience the warm hospitality of local graziers on our Camden Park Station Sunset Tour including a barbeque dinner under the spectacular outback night sky.

Day 4 - Wednesday – Longreach (B, D) Be prepared to be impressed with the changing landscapes as we travel from Longreach to Winton. We visit the Australian Age of Dinosaurs perched on a magnificent mesa overlooking the plains where dinosaurs once roamed! Onsite Dinosaur enthusiasts treat us to a top-class interpretive tour of the laboratory, collection room and the new Dinosaur Canyon. Tour Winton, see the quirky Arno’s Wall, the Musical Fence and learn the story behind Australia’s unofficial national anthem at the Waltzing Matilda Centre. Dinner tonight will be at Harry’s Restaurant.

Day 5 - Thursday (B) Your Outback Queensland adventure comes to an end after breakfast with a complimentary transfer to your homeward bound connections.

Departures Various Dates

Day 2 - Monday – Longreach (B, D) Witness a ‘totally different way of schooling’ at Longreach School of Distance Education where you will walk in the footsteps of the students and teachers who share a classroom more than twice the size of Victoria! Wander the Qantas Founders Museum and step inside the 747 and 707 jets on a guided interpretive tour. Late afternoon, board the MV. Explorer for the Drover’s Sunset Cruise on the Thomson River. Unwind with on-board nibbles and drinks, watching a magnificent outback sunset. Enjoy a two course table-service dinner under the stars as you watch the entertaining Smithy’s Outback Dinner and Show.


Pick up/ Drop off: Courtesy meet & greet to/from Longreach Airport or Longreach Railway Station Min/Max Numbers: Tour requires a minimum of 2 passengers to operate. Maximum 30 passengers FOC Policy: N/A




Southern Queensland Country Gourmet Country Escape

Southern Queensland Country Bunya Mountains Getaway

Big Sky Country Drives Adventure Way Discovery

Tour Highlights

Tour Highlights

Tour Highlights

Just 90 minutes drive from Brisbane is the beautiful Southern Queensland Country region. Follow the Falls Scenic Drive to the impressive Queen Mary Falls in Killarney then continue your drive to the Granite Belt Region. Explore the unique Strange Bird alternative wine trail in Queensland’s premier food and wine destination, where you can taste some rare varieties of wine, steeped in European history. Meet local farmers and sample the mouth-watering flavours of fresh regional produce. Spend a day in spectacular Girraween National Park wandering the many scenic walking tracks, passing massive granite outcrops, balancing boulders, clear running streams and spectacular wildflowers in spring. See beautiful native birds and spot eastern grey kangaroos feeding in the grassy paddocks. Visit heritage-listed Glengallan Homestead and relax with a cool drink in historic Rudd’s Pub on the pretty country drive to Toowoomba, home to the annual Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers festival (held every September). Wander the floral displays of Toowoomba’s exquisite public parks and gardens, visit the Cobb and Co Museum, home to the National Carriage Collection and discover Australia’s largest street-art gallery and coffee culture on a city stroll

Itinerary Stanthorpe (2) Toowoomba (1)

Itinerary includes: • 2 nights accommodation – Granite Belt Brewery Retreat, Stanthorpe (4 star) • 1 night accommodation – Quest Toowoomba (4 star) • 4 days car hire – Hertz Australia or Europcar • Return car to Brisbane • Departs from Brisbane

Take a leisurely country drive from Brisbane, through old timber townships, picturesque farmlands to Bunya Mountains, Queensland’s second oldest national park. See the world’s largest stand of ancient bunya pines and learn historical stories of Aboriginal people feasting on the bunya nuts when they used the area as a tribal ‘meeting place.’ Relax and breathe in this natural wonderland from your private mountain chalet. Discover cool mountains, rainforests and waterfalls on a selection of spectacular walking tracks.

Collect your campervan at Brisbane Airport then travel west to historic Warwick with its early settlement history and castle-like churches. Drive the scenic Sunflower Route to the ‘garden city’ of Toowoomba, with its spectacular public parks and gardens. See the world’s largest and oldest operating woolshed at Jondaryan, then follow the Adventure Way drive route towards big skies and open road country. Discover hand-carved illuminated emu eggs at the Unique Egg and board a relaxing sunset cruise in St George.

Hand feed King Parrots and Crimson Rosellas, tour private rainforest on a Clydesdale drawn wagon and enjoy the simple pleasure of a billy tea and damper. Watch for the Chocolate Wattled Bat at dusk and try your luck at spotting nocturnal animals.

Join a kayak tour or sand-board down desert dunes in Cunnamulla, then relax in an artesian mud bath, under the stars, in Eulo. Get up close and personal with the endangered Bilby and experience the wonder of the starry Outback skies at Charleville’s Cosmos Centre.

Follow scenic country roads to the picturesque town of Bell with its quaint arts and craft shops. Visit heritage-listed Jimbour House and stroll through the beautiful formal gardens of this historic French classic sandstone homestead. See the world’s largest and oldest operating woolshed at Jondaryan.

In Roma, tour the largest cattle selling facility in the Southern Hemisphere and visit the Big Rig, to learn the story of Australia’s Oil and Gas pioneers. Stroll the beautiful formal gardens at Jimbour House, a historic French classic sandstone homestead, then drive to Bunya Mountains National Park where pristine rainforests and ancient bunya pines await.

Itinerary Bunya Mountains (2)

Itinerary includes: • 2 nights accommodation – Bunya Mountains Accommodation (4 star) • 3 days car hire – Hertz Australia or Europcar • Return car to Brisbane

QUEENSLAND - Southern Queensland

Southern Queensland Country Tourism

Explore stunning rainforest walks, hand-feed King Parrots and immerse yourself in this natural wonderland before returning to Brisbane.

Itinerary Toowoomba (1) St George (1) Cunnamulla (1) Charleville (1) Roma (1) Bunya Mountains (2)

Itinerary includes:

• Departs from Brisbane

• 8 days campervan hire – Britz or Maui

• Duration: 3 days/2 nights

• Return campervan to Brisbane • Departs from Brisbane • Duration: 8 days/7 nights

• Duration: 4 days/3 nights





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Cairns Swimming Lagoon






Cairns WHA Convention Centre

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Railway Station


Cairns Central Shopping Centre



Cairns Showground









To Townsville and Mission Beach


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Trinity Bay



Sports Ground

CAIRNS ACCOMMODATION 1. Cairns Plaza Hotel 2. Hilton Cairns 3. Pacific Hotel Cairns COMPORT ST





Meet and interact with the Tjapukai people as they demonstrate their ancient skills and knowledge of the natural world.


To Cairns Airport (5 minutes)



Go rafting on the Tully River on an action packed day of white water rafting.

Escape to a tropical paradise surrounded by reef and rainforest with a day cruise to beautiful Green Island.









Kuranda Scenic Railway Line


Take the scenic railway to the tranquil, butterfly-fringed village of Kuranda.

Experience an evening of candlelit drama, tropical dining, authentic Aboriginal culture explored through story telling and music at the Flames of the Forest.






Snorkel, dive or do a day trip to the Great Barrier Reef - a World Heritage-listed spectacular of coral islands and marine life.

To Kuranda, Cairns Beaches, Palm Cove, Port Douglas and Cape Tribulation








Things to do in Cairns


Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Tropical North Queensland. Relax on the palm-fringed beaches, be enticed by the freshest of local seafood, and indulge in rejuvenating spa treatments in this idyllic paradise. The Cairns and Great Barrier Reef region is Australia’s premier tropical escape combining some of the world’s most breathtaking scenery withNORTH a diverse range of CAIRNS Centenary activities. The region’s environment is as unique as itLakes is diverse – the reef, rainforest and outback. Nowhere else on earth do two World Heritage-listed sites sit side by Flecker side – The Great Barrier Reef and Australia’s tropical These two areas are GRE rainforests. Botanic ENS LO P Gardens ES S T renowned for their scientific value and beauty and this region brings them to life ARTHUR ST Tobruk Memorial Pool better than anywhere else.


QUEENSLAND - Cairns and Palm Cove

Tropical North Queensland






Reef Fleet Terminal


Trinity Wharf & International Cruise Terminal

Marlin Marina

Trinity Inlet

Operator: Pro Dive Cairns

Sightseeing Combine the excitement of learning to dive with the adventure of a Great Barrier Reef liveaboard trip with Pro Dive Cairns’ five day PADI Open Water course. The first two days of this course are spent at Pro Dive Cairns’ training centre to learn the theory and undertake pool training. Then it’s out to the Great Barrier Reef aboard a premium liveaboard boat for a 3 Day /2 Night adventure to become a certified diver. Included are 9 dives (4 training and 5 recreational) with an exciting night dive. All meals are included onboard.

Duration: 5 days/4 nights Departs: Daily except Sunday NOTE: Accommodation for the first two nights in Cairns is not included and should be booked separately.

3 day/2 night Liveaboard Dive Adventures Operator: Pro Dive Cairns

Sightseeing The best way to really experience the Great Barrier Reef is to stay out there for a few days giving you time to relax and enjoy more diving and snorkelling. With Pro Dive Cairns’ exciting liveaboard adventure, you’ll be staying aboard a premium liveaboard boat with a maximum of 32 passengers. Certified divers can do up to 11 dives including two exciting night dives on a variety of 19 exclusive outer reef dive sites, each chosen for great visibility, variety of brilliant corals and incredible marine life diversity the Great Barrier Reef is renowned for.

Duration: 3 days/2 nights Departs: Daily except Tuesdays - year round

Green Island & Great Barrier Reef Cruise

Ocean Spirit Michaelmas Cay Cruise

Poseidon Outer Reef Snorkel & Dive




Operator: Great Adventures

The complete reef and island experience in one day awaits! A fast 45 minute catamaran ride from Cairns will take you to beautiful Green Island to enjoy two hours on this unique reef and rainforest coral cay. A day of discovery continues onto Great Adventures’ spacious activity platform moored on the majestic outer reef. Perfect for swimmers and non-swimmers alike to enjoy, snorkel and dive or stay dry and experience the reef from the semi-submersible and underwater observatory or enjoy the buffet lunch on the sundeck and take in the panoramic views.

Operator: Ocean Spirit Cruises

Set sail aboard luxury sailing catamaran, Ocean Spirit, for a day to remember at pristine Michaelmas Cay. Encircled by beautiful fringing reef teeming with colourful marine life, it’s also a protected seabird sanctuary. Snorkel from the cay’s shallow waters and cruise in the semi-submersible for a diver’s view. Introductory diving and marine biologist snorkel tours are also available. Or if you prefer just relax and enjoy a leisurely day on the Great Barrier Reef. Homeward bound, relax under the sails with a glass of complimentary sparkling wine if desired.

Operator: Poseidon Outer Reef Cruises

Designed for personalised dive and snorkel adventures, Poseidon is a modern 24 metre dive and snorkel catamaran that takes you on a journey of discovery into the stunning Agincourt ribbon reefs – one of the most pristine reef systems of the entire Great Barrier Reef. Enjoy snorkelling in this marine wilderness, including a guided snorkel tour, or choose to scuba dive (additional cost). Certified and Introductory divers can enjoy up to 3 dives. With freshwater showers, a licensed bar, air-conditioned saloon and open deck areas, Poseidon makes a perfect setting to relax and enjoy a day on the reef.

Duration: 9 hours Departs: Daily from Cairns Reef Fleet Terminal at 8:30am

Duration: 8.5 hours Departs: Daily from Cairns Reef Fleet Terminal at 8:30am

NOTE: Also available from Cairns Beaches and Palm Cove.

NOTE: Also available from Cairns Beaches and Palm Cove.

Silversonic Dive and Snorkel Adventures

Silverswift Dive & Snorkel Adventures

Quicksilver Outer Reef Cruise

Operator: Silver Series

Operator: Quicksilver connections




Operator: Quicksilver Connections

This is the perfect day for adventure-minded people to revel in diving and snorkelling at the renowned Agincourt ribbon reefs. Aboard the ultramodern Silversonic, you’ll have over five hours to explore the delights of this underwater world as you visit three different reef locations, each chosen for visual impact and ecological diversity. With unlimited adventure snorkelling and the option of up to 3 certified dives and introductory diving, your tour includes a guided snorkel tour, tropical buffet lunch and morning and afternoon teas. A fun and exciting day exploring the Great Barrier Reef.

Duration: 8 hours Departs: Daily from The Reef Marina, Port Douglas at 8:30am NOTE: Tour is also available from Cairns, Palm Cove and Cairns Beaches.

Luxury adventure catamaran Silverswift is ready to whisk you away for your dive and snorkel adventure of a lifetime. This is an active day all about being in the water as you visit three different outer reef sites to explore spectacular coral formations and underwater gardens awash with vibrantly coloured marine creatures. Enjoy snorkelling and the option of introductory diving and up to three certified dives. Includes morning tea, hot and cold buffet lunch, snorkel gear, guided snorkel tour and reef interpretation.

Duration: 8 hours Departs: Daily from Cairns Reef Fleet Terminal at 8:30am

QUEENSLAND - Cairns and Palm Cove

5 Day Learn to Dive

Duration: 8 hours Departs: Daily from The Reef Marina, Port Douglas at 8:30am

This iconic Great Barrier Reef experience takes you to a spacious activity platform at the renowned Agincourt Reef, a jewel like ribbon reef with spectacular coral formations, myriad of marine life and clear outer reef waters. Here, the widest range of activities for swimmers and non-swimmers awaits. Snorkel, discover from the semi-sub and underwater observatory. Morning and afternoon teas and a tropical buffet lunch are also included in your day. Optional activities include scuba and helmet diving, guided marine biologist snorkel tours and scenic helicopter flights.

Duration: 6.5 hours


QUEENSLAND - Cairns and Palm Cove

Hot Air Balloon Cairns Scenic Flight

Operator: Hot Air Balloon Cairns

Sightseeing This is a must do when visiting Tropical North Queensland. Float in a hot air balloon to experience the silence, wonder and romance of the most traditional form of flight. Don’t forgot your cameras as you float over the stunning Atherton Tablelands with breathtaking views. Your early morning ballooning experience also means that you can be back in time to catch a mid-morning flight from Cairns Airport or a Great Barrier Reef cruise with connecting transfers.

Duration: 5 hours Departs: Daily from Cairns, Cairns Beaches, Palm Cove and Port Douglas from 4am

Half Day Barron River White-Water Rafting

Kuranda Scenic Railway and Skyrail Rainforest Cableway

Operator: Foaming Fury

Operator: Down Under Tours



Situated only 20 minutes from Cairns city, White-Water Rafting on the Barron River is a must for anyone with a sense of adventure! Winding our way through World-Heritage Listed Rainforest in the Barron Gorge National Park, we’ll tackle a series of Grade 3 rapids combined with some calmer river floating. This tour is perfect for beginners and suitable for the whole family. Let our Guides entertain you with guaranteed water levels year-round!

Duration: 3.5 hours (2pm-5:30pm) Departs: Daily from Cairns, Northern Beaches and Port Douglas hotels.

NOTE: Pregnant passengers and Children under 3 years not permitted to fly.

Sit back, relax and take in the spectacular views as you wind your way up to the quaint village of Kuranda with our Kuranda Boarding Pass. The Boarding Pass includes a detailed map as well as discounted entry into attractions. Experience World Heritage Rainforest on the iconic Skyrail Rainforest Cableway as you glide mere metres above the pristine rainforest canopy before descending to explore the forest floor via ranger-guided boardwalk tours, interpretive signage and scenic lookouts at the Red Peak and Barron Falls Stations.

Duration: 10.5 hours Departs: Daily from Cairns, Cairns Beaches, Palm Cove and Port Douglas

Cape Tribulation, Daintree and Mossman Gorge

Daintree Walkabout

Passions of Paradise Cairns

Operator: Down Under Tours

Operator: Down Under Tours

Operator: Passions of Paradise




Travel with a professional driver/guide in air-conditioned comfort in your luxury purpose-built vehicle to Cape Tribulation, through some of the oldest rainforest in the world. Visit Cape Tribulation Beach & boardwalk. Included is a Daintree River Cruise, delicious tropical lunch set amongst the rainforest, and a walk on famous Cape Tribulation Beach. Enjoy a driver/guided tour, Indigenous presentation & afternoon tea at the Mossman Gorge Centre before returning home.

Duration: approx 12 hours Departs: Daily from Cairns at 6:45am and 7:45am from Port Douglas. Return: Cairns approx 6:45pm and Port Douglas approx 5:30pm

After arriving at Mossman Gorge, you will be treated to a guided rainforest walk along private, easy graded tracks, visiting special places and culturally significant sites, past traditional bark shelters and over cool rainforest streams. The Daintree Tea House is our lunch venue today where we enjoy their specialty Barramundi lunch [alternate options available] in this beautiful oasis. Enjoy a fascinating hour cruising through this wildlife environment, which is home to birds, tree snakes, unique plants and the estuarine crocodile - a great photo opportunity. (afternoon tea after your cruise). Included is a short tour of the historical town of Port Douglas. We then continue back to Cairns.

Duration: 10 hours Departs: Daily at 7:30am Mon, Wed, Fri & Sat

Experience the adventure of diving, snorkelling and sailing on the Great Barrier Reef with Passions of Paradise. Get up close to a giant Maori wrasse, follow a turtle over colourful coral gardens or swim with a reef shark at two unique locations without the crowds. Soak up the sun sailing back to Cairns with a local operator whose environmental credentials and attention to detail have earned many awards including the Australian Tourism Award for Adventure. The personalised trip includes snorkelling equipment, a freshly prepared hot and cold buffet lunch plus friendly, trained staff to teach snorkelling techniques and explain the Great Barrier Reef.

Duration: 10 hours

Evolution Reef Cruise Operator: Down Under Cruise & Dive

Sightseeing Travel to 2 stunning outer reef sites on board the luxurious reef vessel EVOLUTION. This new state of the art vessel provides the ultimate experience to the Great Barrier Reef with fantastic facilities and staff available to you throughout your full day tour. Included in your day is snorkel equipment and tuition, easy access platforms in and out of the reef sites, professional staff and guides, BBQ buffet lunch, snacks and tea/ coffee, on-board entertainment and more. Optional activities include scuba diving, semi-submarine tours, scenic helicopter flights, marine biology lessons and tours, upgrade to an exclusive VIP “Gold Class” lounge.

Duration: Full day tour Departs: Check-in @ Reef Fleet Terminal 7:30am, boat departs 8:15am and returns 4:30pm)


Zootastic 5

Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures

Operator: Big Cat Green Island Reef Cruises

Operator: Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures

Operator: Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures




Zootastic 5 is an exciting fully guided interactive wildlife tour operated by the award winning Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures. Our experienced keeper takes a maximum of 6 participants to feed, pat, hold and/or cuddle some of Australia’s most amazing species including koalas, wombats, cassowaries, crocodiles, beautiful parrots or kangaroos. Package includes koala holding and souvenir photo. Pre-booking is essential and is available as a self-drive or with transfers out of Cairns, Palm Cove or Port Douglas. Afternoon option available at 1.30 pm.

Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures is the ultimate eco-adventure for travellers who enjoy experiencing wildlife in a natural setting. Daily activities include crocodile spotting cruises, crocodile feeding shows and wildlife presentations featuring cassowaries, koalas, quolls, reptiles and more. The Gondwana Gateway includes tame wallabies, kangaroos, emus, wombats plus rare Spotted Tailed Quolls. Enjoy lunch or a snack in Lilies licensed restaurant (extra cost). Optional koala holding photos available. Hartley’s is just 40 minutes north of Cairns and 25 minutes south of Port Douglas. Morning and afternoon return transfers available.

Departs: Daily ex Cairns and Northern Beaches pick up from accommodation at 8:30am, 10:30am. Daily ex Palm Cove pick up from accommodation at 9am,11am. Return Transfer from Hartley’s at 1:30pm, 4:45pm

Departs: Daily ex Cairns and Northern Beaches pick up: 8:30am, 10:30am, 12:30pm. Daily ex Palm Cove pick up: 9am, 11am, 1pm. Return Transfers at 1:30pm, 4:45pm

Kuranda Koala Gardens and Birdworld Kuranda

Walkabout Cultural Adventures

Operator: Kuranda Koala Gardens

Operator: Walkabout Cultural Adventures

Cape Tribulation, Mossman Gorge and Daintree Day Tour



Green Island is an idyllic coral cay, located a short distance from Cairns. Green Island offers white sandy beaches, shady emerald rainforest and a world-renowned coral reef. Choose between resting on the beach or indulging in activities such as snorkelling, glass bottom boat and semi-submarine coral viewing tours.

Duration: 4, 6 or 8 hours Departs: 9am, 11am and 1pm. Coach pickup from Cairns & Palm Cove.

Situated in the Heritage Markets at the heart of Kuranda Village, serviced by a complementary shuttle bus from the Skyrail/Kuranda Scenic Rail terminals, Kuranda Koala Gardens offers the opportunity to hold a koala (extra charge) plus meeting kangaroos and wallabies in a free range enclosure. See the rare Greater Biby, the Northern Bettong, Mahogany Glider and more in our new ‘Nocturnal Wonders’ exhibit. Visitors can also view Wombats, Quokkas, freshwater crocodiles, pythons, frogs and lizards. Next door, Birdworld Kuranda is a free flight aviary housing a dazzling array of native Australian and spectacular rare and exotic species from the disappearing rainforest habitats of the tropical world.

Credit: Tourism Australia

Walkabout Cultural Adventures offers Aboriginal guided half and full day tours through the World Heritage listed Daintree rainforest and surrounds. Tours allow guests to learn about the local Aboriginal connection with the land, hear about the history and culture, learn the traditions, and experience the sights and wildlife of the area. Small numbers allow for interpersonal tours (maximum 11 persons)

Duration: Half and full day tour available

QUEENSLAND - Cairns and Palm Cove

Green Island Reef Cruise

Operator: Active Tropics Explorer

Sightseeing Cape Tribulation is where the world’s oldest continually surviving tropical rainforests, meet the world’s greatest tropical reef, the Great Barrier Reef. Nowhere else on earth do two natural World Heritage listed sites exist side by side. This tour includes a Mossman Gorge Smoke Ceremony with the local Kuku Yalanji people, Crocodile and Wildlife Cruise, Rainforest Boardwalk and lunch right on the beach at Cape Tribulation! Experience it all in air-conditioned comfort with our professional guides.

Duration: 12 hours (7am-7pm) Departs: Daily from Cairns, Northern Beaches and Port Douglas hotels.


QUEENSLAND - Cairns and Palm Cove

Tjapukai by Night Operator: Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park

Attraction Settle in for a magical night of entertainment as you journey into a dreamtime legend to discover the magic of Australia’s ancient Aboriginal culture. Enjoy a welcome drink on arrival before the Tjapukai warriors welcome you with a special didgeridoo performance that is later followed by a spectacular fire making ceremony and cultural dance celebration. If you’re keen, you can even take to the stage to learn a traditional dance yourself! This evening of entertainment is complemented by a delicious dinner, photo opportunity with the Tjapukai warriors and even time to shop in the retail gallery full of authentic souvenirs.

Commences: 7pm daily

3 Day Package: Reef, Skyrail & Rainforest Operator: Down Under Cruise & Dive

Day 2: Kuranda Skyrail This adventure includes historical train journey to Kuranda. Upon arriving at Kuranda, you will have free time to explore the village and famous markets. Skyrail then takes you on an amazing experience over Australia’s World Heritage listed Tropical Rainforest canopy descending into the forest at two stations, Red Peak and Barron Falls Guests can enjoy spectacular views from three lookouts at Barron Falls station and learn more about the environment from ranger guided tours at Red Peak Station. Includes complimentary return transfers (excluding Yorkeys Knob, Machans Beach and Holloways Beach)

Day 3: Cape Tribulation & Daintree National Park Itinerary Day 1: Reef Travel to 2 stunning outer reef sites on board the luxurious reef vessel EVOLUTION. This new state of the art vessel provides the ultimate experience to the Great Barrier Reef with fantastic facilities and staff available to you throughout your full day tour. Included in your day is snorkel equipment and tuition, easy access platforms in and out of the reef sites, professional staff and guides, BBQ buffet lunch, snacks and tea/ coffee, on-board entertainment and more. Optional activities include scuba diving, semi-submarine tours, scenic helicopter flights, marine biology lessons and tours, upgrade to an exclusive VIP “Gold Class” lounge.

Moore Reef Full Day Tour

Arlington Reef Half Day Tour

Operator: Sunlover Reef Cruises

Operator: Sunlover Reef Cruises



Enjoy the ultimate Great Barrier Reef experience on Sunlover’s fully equipped, full service pontoon. Guests can experience glass bottom boat and semi-submersible tours, participate in fish feeding and marine life touch tank demonstrations, visit the underwater observatory or try snorkelling with snorkelling equipment included. This reef is renowned for its hard corals and abundant marine life. With a tropical smorgasbord lunch including prawns, and a spacious sundeck complete with a theme park style waterslide, there is something at Moore Reef for everyone! Optional activities such as Sea Walker Helmet Diving, Introductory and Certified diving, Guided Snorkel tours and scenic helicopter flights are also available.


Enjoy an unforgettable day of fun, discovery and adventure exploring the majestic rainforests, pristine rivers and white sandy beaches of the World Heritage Listed Cape Tribulation and Daintree National Parks with our professional, friendly and experienced guides. Cape Tribulation is the only place in the world where twoworld heritage listed regions live alongside each other. Includes a guided walk through Mossman Gorge, Entry to the Wildlife habitat and lunch at Cape Trib Beach house. Includes complimentary return transfers from Cairns or Port Douglas.

Duration: 8 hours (4 hours reef time) Departs: Daily at 9:30am

Enjoy a comfortable express journey time to the Great Barrier Reef on Sunlover’s refurbished luxury catamarans, and arrive at our refurbished, fully equipped pontoon. Guests can experience glass bottom boat tours, enjoy the marine life touch tank and underwater observatory, or try snorkelling with snorkelling equipment included. This reef is renowned for its incredible soft corals. With an Aussie BBQ lunch, and 3 hours to enjoy the reef, Arlington Reef trip is the most convenient option for visitors to Cairns! Optional activities such as Sea Walker Helmet Diving, Introductory and Certified diving, Guided Snorkel tours and scenic helicopter flights are also available.

Duration: 5.5 hours (3 hours reef time) Departs: Daily at 8am

QUEENSLAND - Cairns and Palm Cove

Pullman Reef Hotel Casino 35-41 Wharf Street, Cairns

An unmistakable Tropical North Queensland style, the luxury rooms have plantation shutters and light timbers catch the cool ocean breeze. Location Located in the city centre and close to the reef fleet terminal for day trip to the Great Barrier Reef, and the beautiful Cairns Lagoon.

Property Facilities • 5 Restaurants • 4 Bars • Roof top swimming pool • Cairns Zoom and Wildlife Dome • Cairns Dinner Theatre • Car park • Casino

Accommodation • 127 rooms • Free Wi-Fi • Spa bath and walk in shower • balcony • Nespresso coffee machine • bathrobes & slippers • air conditioning • iron & ironing board • safe • hair dryer • cable TV • mini bar • Tea/Coffee facilities • Gym • sauna Map Ref: 5

Hilton Cairns 34 Esplanade, Cairns

Modern iconic Cairns hotel, offering unparalleled style and innovation in an awe-inspiring tropical setting. Location Situated in the heart of the city, the perfect base for exploring the diverse wonders of this truly unique region. Enjoy relaxed dining at award-winning Mondo on the Waterfront restaurant.

Property Facilities • 2 restaurants • 2 bars • pool • heated pool • health spa centre • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • parking facilities • shop

Accommodation • 263 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • WiFi access • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • bathrobes Map Ref: 2

Shangri-La Hotel, The Marina, Cairns Pierpoint Road, Cairns

Location, location, location! On the Marlin Marina connected to The Pier shopping complex and adjacent to the Trinity Bay Esplanade. Location On the Marlin Marina in the heart of the city.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • pool • gym • tour desk • parking facilities • shop • Complimentary WiFi throughout

Accommodation • 255 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • balcony or terrace • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • bathrobes • interconnecting rooms Map Ref: 6


QUEENSLAND - Cairns and Palm Cove

Pacific Hotel Cairns

Park Regis City Quays

Cairns Plaza Hotel

43 The Esplanade, Cairns

6 Lake Street, Cairns

145 Esplanade, Cairns

A true Cairns icon! This Australian owned hotel prides itself on its reputation and service, with one of the most convenient downtown locations.

Relax and unwind at Park Regis City Quay and discover the beauty of Cairns.

Comfortable, affordable refurbished hotel, perfectly located on the Cairns Esplanade, just footsteps from the waterfront.




Downtown Cairns, overlooking the swimming lagoon, casino, Trinity Inlet and Cairns city. The Reef Fleet Terminal, from where the majority of reef cruises depart, is across the road. Meat lovers will relish the Brazilian inspired Bushfire Flame Grill.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • pool • Laundry Facility • 24 hour reception • Parking ($10 Per Day)

• Breakfast room with a la carte options • complimentary WiFi access • outdoor pool • off-street parking • tour desk.

• Modern one and two bedroom self-contained apartments and hotel rooms • Complimentary Wi-Fi (up to 250MB daily). • Microwave Oven • Balcony for Apartments • Bar Fridge for Hotel Rooms; Full size fridge for Apartments • Toilet / Bathroom

• 176 rooms • air-conditioning • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • interconnecting rooms

In the heart of tropical Cairns, and just a short walk from bars, restaurants, waterfront activities, shopping and entertainment. Close to city centre and day trip departure points.

Property Facilities



Credit: Skyrail Rainforest Cableway

Property Facilities • Rooftop swimming pool • Sundeck with BBQ area

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The hotel is located opposite the Convention Centre, with restaurants, the casino and the marina, all just a short stroll from your door.

Map Ref: 4

Accommodation • Choice of Standard Rooms • Waterview Suites • Studios • Tea and coffee making • air-conditioning • complimentary WiFi • TV • all rooms offer balconies Map Ref: 1

This international celebrity hotspot and popular film location is characterised by a sophisticated and friendly village atmosphere, surrounded by spectacular scenery. The town boasts the famous Four Mile Beach, award-winning restaurants, and world-class shopping. It is the perfect base for exploring the Great Barrier Reef, the rainforest at World Heritage-listed Daintree and the beaches at Cape Tribulation. Things to do in Port Douglas Soak up the splendour of the Daintree Rainforest meeting the Great Barrier Reef on board a kayak Dive in and visit the locals on the Great Barrier Reef

QUEENSLAND - Port Douglas

Port Douglas

Need a quiet place to unwind and watch the sunset? Grab some fresh prawns off the local trawler and enjoy with a cool drink in Dickson Inlet Parklands Enter the world of the indigenous custodians of our land, the Kuku Yalanji, with a traditional smoking ceremony amongst the rainforest at Mossman Gorge


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GREATER PORT DOUGLAS 4. Oaks Lagoons 5. Thala Beach Nature Reserve 6. Silky Oats Lodge




To Cairns Airport (60 minutes)








Four Mile Beach


PORT DOUGLAS VILLAGE 1. Cayman Villas Port Douglas 2. Meridian Port Douglas 3. Villa San Michele








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Coral Sea




Try being the jockey to a cane toad! Every night you can choose your steed and race your favourite toad at the Cane Toad Races!

Golf Course


Mirage Country Club



Imagine drifting slowly along the cool rainforest streams in the midst of the oldest rainforest on earth – on a Stand Up Paddle board


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Taste the naturally delicious flavours of a coconut creme brulee, right from the coconut, in true tropical style



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QUEENSLAND - Port Douglas

Sailaway Sunset Sail - Adults only

Sailaway Full Day Low Isles

Operator: Sailaway

Operator: Sailaway



Enjoy the thrill of pure sailing! Relax with an exhilarating twilight sail onboard the new luxury ‘Lagoon’ sailed from France. Soak up the peace and tranquillity of a tropical Sunset over the Coral Sea with spectacular mountain views. Included in your evening sail is a complimentary drink of sparkling wine, beer or wine and a selection of hot and cold canapés with first class service. A must do when holidaying in Port Douglas!

Duration: 1.5 hours Departs: Daily from Crystalbrook Superyacht Marina, Port Douglas at 5pm and returns at 6:30pm NOTE: Suitable for adults only.

Sailaway invites you to enjoy a reef and island sail, exploring and snorkelling an unspoilt coral cay on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Your enjoyment is assured with small numbers, excellent service and attention to detail. Arriving at the sheltered blue lagoon you will be transferred to the island for a guided snorkel tour with a marine naturalist, a glass bottom boat tour and guided island walk. Lounge on deck with a delicious tropical buffet lunch and experience free time to snorkel, sighting many species of coral, fish life and turtles. Afternoon tea is served during the relaxed sail back to the mainland. Maximum 33 guests.

Duration: 7.5 hours Departs: Daily from Crystalbrook Superyacht Marina, Port Douglas at 8:30am and returns at 4pm NOTE: Suitable for all ages.

Sailaway Afternoon/Sunset Low Isles – Adults only

Sailaway Cape Trib

Operator: Sailaway

Operator: Sailaway



Enjoy the thrill of pure sailing and relax in absolute luxury aboard Sailaway, with a five-star reef and island cruise to Low Isles, a protected coral cay island on the Great Barrier Reef. Explore white sandy beaches, snorkel over the magnificent coral gardens and swim with turtles. Guided snorkel tours, glass bottom boat and superb afternoon tea and canapés with a complimentary beverage. Enjoy a Sailaway Sunset Sail on the homeward journey and soak up the peace and tranquillity of a tropical sunset over the Coral Sea with spectacular mountain views. Maximum 33 guests.

Duration: 5.5 hours Departs: Daily from Crystalbrook Superyacht Marina, Port Douglas at 1pm and returns at 6:30pm NOTE: Suitable for adults only.


Located in the spectacular region of Cape Tribulation and Daintree Rainforest, Sailaway offers a relaxing sailing and snorkelling Eco Adventure to Mackay/Undine Coral Cays. Small group numbers ensure a premium reef experience, including a deluxe sailing vessel and excellent service. Spectacular reef sites showcase abundant marine life at the Coral Cays, including encounters with turtles and an amazing display of giant claim gardens. Fully inclusive tour of lunch and all snorkelling and coral viewing activities. Maximum 33 guests.

Duration: 7 hours Departs: Daily from Cape Trib Bay at 9am and returns at 4pm. Operates April to November only.

QUEENSLAND - Port Douglas

Flames Of The Forest Operator: Flames Of The Forest

Sightseeing Flames of the Forest is truly a unique rainforest dining experience. Drive to a secluded area in the rainforest and on arrival enjoy canapes and pre-dinner drinks. Following a candlelit pathway you’ll be guided to your rainforest canopy dining room perched along a sparkling river. A delicious three-course meal is served, accompanied by wine and drinks. As your dinner settles, your Aboriginal hosts will interpret stories of the Dreamtime and explain the indigenous history of the region.

Duration: 5 hours Departs: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from Cairns, Palm Cove and Port Douglas at approximately 6:10pm NOTE: Tour is not recommended for children 5 years and under.

Calypso Snorkel & Dive

Dreamtime Walk

Operator: Calypso Reef Charters

Operator: Mossman Gorge Centre



There is something for everyone on Calypso. Whether you are interested in snorkelling, would like to scuba dive or try it for the first time, there is a unique reef experience just waiting to be discovered. With a fleet of modern, comfortable vessels that operate year round from the Crystalbrook Superyacht Marina in Port Douglas, as well as three different sites to explore at Opal Reef or Agincourt Reef, you will see the Great Barrier Reef like never before.

Duration: 8 hours Departs: Daily from Crystalbrook Superyacht Marina, Port Douglas (except Christmas Day) 8:15am boarding - 4:15pm return

The Dreamtime Walk provides a more intimate look into the culture of the Kuku Yalanji people and their unique connection with this ancient land. Your experienced interpretive Indigenous guide will welcome you with a traditional ‘smoking’ ceremony that cleanses and wards off bad spirits. Throughout the journey your guide will demonstrate traditional plant use, identify bush food sources and provide an enchanting narrative of the rainforest and their special relationship with this unique tropical environment.

Duration: Approximately 4 hours Departs: Daily from 8:30am from Port Douglas

Credit: Tourism Port Douglas and Daintree

Credit: Thala Beach Nature Reserve


QUEENSLAND - Port Douglas

Thala Beach Nature Reserve 5078 Captain Cook Highway, Oak Beach, Port Douglas

Location Thala Beach Nature Reserve is a beachfront eco retreat in Tropical North Queensland between Cairns and Port Douglas. Popular with nature loving travellers, guests can enjoy spacious eco-designed tree houses and Thala offers a peaceful sanctuary for families and couples.

Property Facilities • Overlooking the Coral Sea, Thala’s 83 deluxe eco-designed bungalows are set amongst 58ha of lush native beachfront native forest. • Positioned atop a headland overlooking the Coral Sea amongst lush native forest, tranquil Thala is all about unwinding and relaxing. • Soak up Thala’s natural tropical beauty in a private paradise in tropical north Queensland. Thala Beach Nature Reserve provides an island-feel experience without leaving the mainland. • Thala is the ideal base for exploring the Great Barrier Reef and Daintree Rainforest. • Thala has proudly achieved Advanced eco-certification through sustainable practices and environmental sensitivity. • Deluxe timber eco-designed bungalows are built high on stilts within the forest canopy providing a private and unobtrusive approach to nature.

A deluxe family owned eco beachfront retreat located in beautiful Tropical North Queensland. • Complimentary onsite walking tours are conducted by knowledgeable guides who have intimate knowledge of wildlife and Thala’s 58 hectares of native forest. • Relax and enjoy our two Natural free form pools. • Enjoy our complimentary walks and talks and join our Indigenous/ Cultural Talk, or take a guided Nature or Bird Walk or even take part in Australia’s only Coconut Plantation Walk on the Coconut Odyssey Walk or join our Stargazing Talk at our onsite Observatory. • Enjoy Tropical North Queensland’s best restaurant views for lunch or dinner - dining at Osprey’s Restaurant overlooking World Heritage Daintree Rainforest and the UNESCO listed Great Barrier Reef.

Accommodation • 83 deluxe bungalows with sea, forest or mountain views Map Ref: 5

Silky Oaks Lodge Finlay Vale Rd, Mossman

Walk the rainforest, sample the fine cuisine, experience a sensational day spa treatment or simply relax in a hammock. Location Silky Oaks Lodge is an oasis of elegance, nestled on the edge of the Daintree National Park. Just 20 minutes from Port Douglas, it provides the perfect base to explore Tropical North Queensland.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • pool • WiFi access • health spa centre • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • parking • shop • tennis court

Accommodation • 40 rooms • air-conditioning • overhead fan • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • bathrobes • spa bath/jacuzzi in room (except Daintree Treehouses) • CD player • iPod dock • daybed/hammock Map Ref: 6

Cayman Villas Port Douglas

Oaks Lagoons

Meridian Port Douglas

35 Mowbray Street, Port Douglas

Cnr Langley & Port Douglas Roads, Port Douglas

15-17 Davidson Street, Port Douglas

Hotel Spa room

Luxury self-contained apartments in the heart of Port Douglas, a short walk to Four Mile beach and the village.

Choose a courtyard garden apartment, or an apartment with a ‘swimout’ to one of two breathtaking lagoon pools.

The resort is suited to couples that want to unwind and enjoy the ambience of the tropics with tranquillity and intimacy.




Luxury self-contained apartments in the heart of Port Douglas, a short walk to Four Mile beach and the village.

Property Facilities

Property Facilities

• Heated swimming pool • onsite managers • secure parking • free Wifi • BBQ

Accommodation • 26 villas • 1,2,3 bed apartments • large living areas • laundry • full kitchen • outdoor entertaining • spa bath


Oaks Lagoons is just minutes from the centre of Port Douglas. There’s a feast of restaurants, bars and bistros nearby.

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Just 50 metres from Macrossan Street, minutes to The Reef Marina and spectacular Four Mile Beach is only 200 metres away.

Property Facilities

• 6 pools • tour desk • parking facilities

• Pool • heated pool • room service • tour desk • parking facilities



• 30 apartments • air-conditioning • overhead fan • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

• 15 rooms • 18 apartments • air-conditioning • overhead fan • refrigerator • kitchenette • tea/coffee making facilities • WiFi access • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • DVD player Map Ref: 4

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Villa San Michele 39-41 Macrossan Street, Port Douglas

A popular oasis nestled right on the main street. Friendly service and large apartments ensure that you’ll enjoy your stay. Location In the absolute heart of Port Douglas township, with restaurants, marina and shops right on the doorstep and famous Four Mile Beach only five minutes walk away. A tropical oasis in the centre of the village.

Property Facilities • 2 heated pools • spa • BBQ • free WiFi access • tour desk • free parking • free laundry facilities

Accommodation • 40 apartments • air-conditioning • overhead fan • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • kitchenette • balcony • free WiFi access • in-room safe • hairdryer • DVD/CD player • iron/ironing board Map Ref: 3

Queensland Coast Boasting thousands of kilometers of tropical coastline, the Queensland coast is a combination of sandy beaches, coral reef and rainforest. From July to November, the coast is home to migrating Humpback whales.

Kellys Beach Resort 6-10 Trevors Rd, Bargara

Castaways Mission Beach Resort

2 Pacific Parade, Mission Beach

Ideal place to stay to experience what Bundaberg & The Southern Great Barrier Reef has to offer, with all the conveniences of a family holiday resort.

This award-winning property is the perfect place to relax, unwind and enjoy all that Tropical North Queensland has to offer.



Located on 5.5 acres of gardens a block back from the beach and a 5 minute drive to shops, cafes and supermarket.

Property Facilities • Licensed Restaurant • Bar • Heated Pool • Childs Pool • Tennis Court • Spa • Sauna • Games Room • BBQ areas • FREE WiFi • Free Parking • Tour Desk

Accommodation • 40 Self Contained Eco Villas • 2 bedroom standalone units • Air conditioning • fans • full kitchen • balcony • hair dryer • ironing facilities • tea coffee making facilities • DVD/CD Player • FREE WIFI • separate bathroom and toilet

One of the yet to be discovered jewels of the Tropical North and a perfect playground, Mission Beach is located just under 2 hours south of Cairns.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • pool • day spa • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • parking facilities

Accommodation • 52 rooms • 13 apartments • air-conditioning • overhead fan • refrigerator • kitchenette • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi • balcony

Oceans Resort And Spa Hervey Bay

569 Charlton Esplanade, Urangan, Hervey Bay

Apartment style accommodation a perfect sanctuary in this beautiful seaside village.

Location Perfectly positioned on the waterfront, opposite the historic Urangan Beach Pier.

Property Facilities • 2 lagoon pools • restaurant • bar • free WiFi • gym • parking • spa

Accommodation • Self-contained 1, 2 & 3 bedroom suites with private balconies, spa bath • Unlimited access to free in-room movies • kitchen • laundry


QUEENSLAND - Islands & The Whitsundays

Queensland Islands The Queensland Islands and the Great Barrier Reef are the jewels in Australia’s crown. Located along the coast of Queensland these Great Barrier Reef islands are ideal for a romantic getaway, your honeymoon, a family holiday, an adventure holiday or a relaxing break. Anyone looking to escape the everyday stresses of life will love the Queensland Islands.

The Whitsundays Airlie Beach is the gateway to the 74 islands that make up The Whitsundays. It is a vibrant town and is the perfect base from which to explore The Whitsundays. The Whitsundays lie midway along the Queensland coast surrounded by the Great Barrier Reef in the beautiful Coral Sea. Take the time to enjoy all The Whitsundays have on offer from the silica white sands of Whitehaven beach to the fresh, local, mouthwatering food and wine. There really is something for everyone. Things to do in the Queensland Islands and The Whitsundays Feel the sand between your toes, check out miles of pristine beaches Dive through the Great Barrier Reef Succumb to the irresistible pull of Magnetic Island, near Townsville Enjoy the romantic seclusion offered by the islands off the coast of Mackay Indulge in the creature-comforts of a world-famous Whitsundays island resort Get back to nature with a hike through rare island rainforest on the Fraser Coast Explore the Great Barrier Reef from islands peppered along the Central Queensland coast Taste the tropical delight of a Bowen mango PAPUA NEW GUINEA


TORRES STRAIT Barramundi at Catch a monster Bamaga Peter Faust Dam near Proserpine


CAPE YORK Relax on a secluded, Weipa at Hydeaway Bay

sandy beach Whitehaven Beach













To Townsville


Tropic of Capricorn


Whitehaven Beach LONG ISLAND


BRAMPTON IS Proserpine



Great Barrier Reef Airport

Yeppoon Whitsunday Coast Airport GREAT KEPPEL IS






Shute Harbour






Proserpine (Whitsunday Coast Airport) Mackay




Bundaberg Hervey Bay Maryborough









Brisbane Gold Coast



Queensland islands 1. Daydream Island Resort & Spa 2. Fitzroy Island 3. Green Island Resort 4. Hamilton Island

5. Kingfisher Bay Resort 6. Lady Elliot Island Eco Resort 7. Lizard Island Resort 8. qualia, Great Barrier Reef

QUEENSLAND - Islands & The Whitsundays

Lizard Island Resort Lizard Island

One of Australia’s most exclusive island resorts, secluded within a National Park with beautiful and diverse wildlife, it is truly like nowhere else. Location Located only an hour scenic flight north from Cairns, Lizard Island lies right on the Great Barrier Reef. This beautiful island is fringed by 24 powdery beaches, and offers easy access to spectacular underwater adventures where you can snorkel over the garden of giant clams or swim with the unique potato cod at the famous dive site, the Cod Hole. With a maximum of 80 guests at any one time, you’re sure to find a special little spot all to yourself.

Property Facilities • Saltwater Restaurant • Marlin Bar • Driftwood Bar • Swimming Pool • Essentia Spa • Boutique Shop • Tennis Court • Gym

Accommodation • 40 Rooms • Air Conditioning • Mini Bar • Refrigerator • Tea/Coffee making facilities • Balcony • Hair dryer • Iron/Ironing Board • In-room movies

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Kingfisher Bay Resort

Fitzroy Island Resort

Fraser Island

Fitzroy Island

A beautiful, well appointed resort designed to blend in with the natural island environment.

The stylish, modern resort complements the idyllic surrounds of rainforests and crystalclear ocean.



A relaxed holiday haven in which to experience the magic of Fraser Island. The resort has won multiple tourism awards and is ecologically friendly. It offers a host of interactive activities to teach you about the Fraser Island environment. There are two types of accommodation options, including hotel rooms and villas.

Property Facilities • 3 restaurants • 6 bars • 4 pools • health spa centre • tour desk • shop • tennis court


Located 45 minutes from Cairns on the Fitzroy flyer, Fitzroy Island is a rare, unspoilt gem where guests can discover the magic and diversity of the Great Barrier Reef.

Property Facilities • 2 restaurants • 2 bars • pool with swim up bar • PADI dive and adventure centre • games room • turtle rehabilitation centre • tour desk • guest laundry • general store • WiFi in lobby • daily fish feeding • 5 National Park bush walks • cinema


• 152 rooms • 109 villas • air-conditioning • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board Map Ref: 5

• 99 suites and studios • air conditioning • ceiling fans • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • hairdryer • iron/ ironing board • telephone • suites have kitchenette and balcony Map Ref: 2


QUEENSLAND - Islands & The Whitsundays

Green Island Resort Green Island

Superb accommodation, great facilities and when the day trippers leave, the island is yours. Location 27 kilometres off the coast of Cairns, eco-sensitive Green Island Resort blends luxury, romance and adventure on this beautiful rainforest-clad Great Barrier Reef coral cay. Enjoy a vast array of included activities from snorkelling, glass bottom boat tours, guided rainforest and night walks, kayaking and sunset drinks. Fast catamaran transfers from Cairns are also included.

Property Facilities • 1 restaurant • snack bar and ice cream shop • 2 bars • 2 pools • massage salon • guest lounge • dive shop

Accommodation • 46 rooms • air-conditioning • ceiling fans • mini bar • tea/coffee making facilities • balcony • hairdryer • personal grooming items Map Ref: 3 • bathrobes • iron/ironing board • safe

Daydream Island Resort and Spa Daydream Island

A fantastic year round resort. Offering a superb Rejuvenation Day Spa, superior hotel facilities and relaxing tropical ambience. Location Daydream Island offers a labyrinth of private spots, such as the famous Lovers Cove, a private sheltered inlet with a coral shore and a short snorkel to feed the wild fish. Learn about the Great Barrier Reef at the man-made outdoor aquarium, with its many fish species and coral varieties.

Property Facilities • 3 restaurants • 3 bars • 3 pools • pool with swim-up bar • health spa centre • gym/fitness centre • games room • tour desk • shop • tennis court • open air cinema

Accommodation • 283 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

Lady Elliot Island Eco Resort Lady Elliot Island

Famous for its healthy coral reef, Lady Elliot is regarded as one of the best diving and snorkelling locations in Australia. Location Lady Elliot Island is a coral cay located at the southern tip of Australia’s iconic Great Barrier Reef, just north of Fraser Island. Scenic flights depart daily from Bundaberg, Hervey Bay/ Fraser Coast, Brisbane (Redcliffe) and the Gold Coast. Lady Elliot Island is home to incredible marine life including turtles, manta rays and reef sharks.

Property Facilities • Beachfront dining room • beachfront café and lagoon bar • reef education centre • complimentary glass bottom boat/guided snorkel tour • PADI dive shop • guided activities & tours • reef walking • snorkelling & diving

Accommodation • Lady Elliot Island Eco Resort strives to provide guests with a genuine ecotourism experience • 41 units • bathroom (except eco cabins) • mini fridge • tea/coffee making facilities • fan cooled


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Things to do on and off Hamilton Island

Perfectly situated just off the coast of Australia and at the edge of the Great Barrier Reef, Hamilton Island is a worldclass destination offering an experience like no other; warm weather, clear waters, brilliant beaches, spectacular coral reefs, extensive bushwalking trails, fine food and wines and a plethora of activities. On Hamilton Island you’ll find a wide range of accommodation, from free-standing bungalows to the amazing views from the Reef View Hotel or the absolute luxury of qualia. Getting there is easy, with direct flights from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Cairns or by boat from Shute Harbour on the mainland.

Perfect your golf skills at Hamilton Island Golf Club Snorkelling, diving and sailing Explore the Great Barrier Reef Take to the skies with a scenic flight Whale watching (seasonal) Enjoy a twilight sail aboard On The Edge Go-Karting, quad bikes, mini golf, Kegal Bowling – fun for all the family 20 kilometres of bushwalking trails Get up close and personal at the wildlife park Pair up for a friendly game of tennis Indulge at Spa Wumurdaylin

QUEENSLAND - Islands & The Whitsundays

Hamilton Island

Palm Bungalows 3 Resort Drive, Hamilton Island

If you’re looking for a relaxed and charming accommodation option, you can’t beat the Palm Bungalow. Location Set in lush, tropical gardens and just a 2 minute walk from the beach, shops and restaurants. With fresh, contemporary style, these recently refurbished bungalows are the perfect place to relax, unwind, and explore everything that Hamilton Island has to offer.

Property Facilities • 11 restaurants • 6 bars • 7 pools • heated pool • pool with swim-up bar • health spa centre • tour desk • parking facilities • shop • golf course • tennis court

Accommodation • 63 rooms • 14 apartments • air-conditioning • overhead fan • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board Map Ref: 4 • fully-equipped kitchen • microwave

Reef View Hotel 12 Resort Drive, Hamilton Island

Rooms either overlook tropical gardens or the breathtaking vista of the Coral Sea. Perfect for families! Location Hamilton Island’s Reef View Hotel features extremely spacious, well-appointed rooms all with private balconies, which overlook either tropical gardens or have a breathtaking vista of the Coral Sea.

Property Facilities • 11 restaurants • 6 bars • 7 pools • heated pool • pool with swimup bar • health spa centre • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • parking facilities • shop • golf course • tennis court

Accommodation • 363 rooms • air-conditioning • overhead fan • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • in-room safe Map Ref: 4


QUEENSLAND - Islands & The Whitsundays

Beach Club Hamilton Island

Adults only, boutique-style with absolute beach frontage. Sophisticated yet casual elegance. Perfect for couples wanting a romantic escape. Location With an absolute beachfront location and impeccable service, it’s a haven for couples. Exclusive guest facilities include a restaurant, lounge, bar and infinity-edge pool. With divine views of the Coral Sea from your private balcony or patio.

Property Facilities • 11 restaurants • 6 bars • 7 pools • pool with swim-up bar • health spa centre • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • parking facilities • shop • golf course • tennis court • free WiFi access

Accommodation • 57 rooms • air-conditioning • overhead fan • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • bathrobes • CD player NOTE: Beach Club does not cater for children under 18 years.

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qualia, Great Barrier Reef Hamilton Island

A new level of Australian luxury resorts. A commitment to uncompromising standards is evident from your arrival. Location qualia is a unique expression of Australian luxury, nestled into the secluded tip of Hamilton Island and surrounded by the Great Barrier Reef. Its sun-drenched northern aspect is the ideal location to appreciate the passing beauty of each day with 60 individual pavilions, some with private plunge pool.

Property Facilities • 2 restaurants • 2 bars • 2 infinity pools • gym/fitness centre • spa qualia • concierge • business centre/library • boutique • parking facilities • tennis court • golf course

Accommodation • 60 pavilions • air-conditioning • overhead fan • mini bar • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • bathrobes • iPod dock NOTE: qualia does not cater for persons under the age of 16 years. Complimentary use of private 2 seater golf buggy included.


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Hideaway Bay, Whitsundays (credit: Tourism Events Queensland)

Just an hour’s drive north of Brisbane, Queensland’s Sunshine Coast offers a relaxed, yet sophisticated lifestyle. Encompassing the coastline from Caloundra to Rainbow Beach and the lush countryside of the hinterland, the beauty of this region will captivate you. Things to do On The Sunshine Coast Soak up sunny sophistication on Noosa’s Hastings Street Meet koalas in the coastal rainforest of Noosa National Park

QUEENSLAND - Sunshine Coast

Sunshine Coast

Browse cafes, country pubs, art and antique galleries in the sleepy mountain villages of Montville and Maleny, atop the Blackall Ranges Feast on seafood on the Mooloolah River in Mooloolaba Relax on the wide beaches of Maroochydore Find great surf beaches and estuary creeks brimming with fish in Caloundra

Caloundra beachfront (credit: Tourism Events Queensland)

Jump onboard the Noosa Everglades cruise and experience the tranquil, mirrored waterways of the Noosa Everglades Don’t miss the scene-stealing Glass House Mountains See seals, sharks, stingrays, turtles and seahorses in a purpose-built underwater facility at Underwater World

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Bribie Island Moreton Bay

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QUEENSLAND - Sunshine Coast

Australia Zoo Operator: Australia Zoo

Attraction Australia Zoo, one hour north of Brisbane on the Sunshine Coast, was made famous by the Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin. The 105-acre zoo is the most interactive conservation destination on the planet where you can get up close to animals including koalas, wombats, and kangaroos! Watch a saltwater crocodile strike from the water’s edge in the daily Wildlife Warriors show, and explore the world’s busiest Wildlife Hospital, where you can watch vets saving endangered Australian animals.

Opening Hours: 9am - 5pm

RACV Noosa Resort

Noosa Blue Resort

Noosa Lakes Resort

94 Noosa Drive, Noosa Heads

16 Noosa Heads Drive, Noosa Heads

3 Hilton Terrace, Noosaville

A magnificent, contemporary apartment-style resort with world-class leisure facilities close to Hastings Street.

Noosa Blue is a unique and stylish resort conveniently located on the crest of Noosa Hill.

Arrive, Relax & Enjoy at Noosa Lakes Resort. One of the Sunshine Coasts best places to stay and explore Noosa.




25 kilometres from Maroochydore Airport or 2 hours drive north of Brisbane. Just 2 minutes from Hastings Street, overlooking 9 hectares of a protected conservation sanctuary.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • pool • heated pool • health spa centre • gym/ fitness centre • tour desk • parking facilities • tennis court

Accommodation • 108 apartments • 35 villas • 24 suites • air-conditioning • overhead fan • mini bar • refrigerator • kitchenette • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • bathrobes • CD player

Presenting magnificent hinterland and Noosa coastal views Just 450 metres from Noosa Main Beach and 200m from Noosa major entertainment precinct.

Property Facilities • 3 lagoon pools • Steam Room • Fully Equipped Fitness Studio • Personal Trainer onsite • Sports Massage available in Fitness Studio • Aloha Active Yoga studio • Aloha Active Massage studio • Hilltop Deli Café

Accommodation • 65 one bedroom suites • 24 penthouses with rooftop terraces including hot tub and barbeque facilities, individual in room spas (in most suites) with large furnished balconies, daybed • Air-con • TV • Kitchenette • Laundry

Arrive, Relax and Enjoy at Noosa Lakes Resort, right opposite the pristine Noosa River on the beautiful Sunshine Coast. Noosa Lakes Resort provides a well maintained, relaxing resort environment only minutes to the town centre and beach, perfect to explore the many activities Noosa has to offer!

Property Facilities • 3 pools • heated pool • BBQ facilities • kayak and bike hire • tour desk • parking facilities

Accommodation • 93 apartments • air-conditioning • refrigerator • kitchenette • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • fully-equipped kitchen • DVD player

The Islander Noosa Resort 187 Gympie Terrace, Noosaville

Great facilities, location and value for a family holiday in a tropical setting. Shops and restaurants are at your door.

Location Opposite the Noosa River and Noosaville Foreshore Park, on Gympie Terrace in the heart of Noosaville. Surrounded by restaurants and close to shops.

Property Facilities • 8 restaurants • bar • 3 pools • heated pool • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • parking facilities • shop • games room • tennis court



• 62 villas • air-conditioning • overhead fan • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • balcony • hairdryer • CD player • fully-equipped kitchen • microwave • dishwasher

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One of the most easygoing capitals in the world with pristine beaches to lush mountain hideaways, from a gently winding river to the aquatic paradise of Moreton Bay, Brisbane truly is a place where feeling alive comes naturally. Brisbane’s great character, vibrant personality and friendly people are sure to charm you. Things to do in Brisbane Experience the thrill of climbing the famous Story Bridge Laze in the lush riverside gardens of South Bank and swim in the lagoon



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Wander through the art galleries and museums. Watch a performance by the Queensland Ballet, Opera, Orchestra or cutting-edge theatre production in the Powerhouse.


Roma Street Parkland


Fish, boat, feed wild dolphins and toboggan down the world’s tallest sand dunes on nearby Moreton Island



Complete with vibrant shopping arcades and nooks, luxury highend fashion, on-trend must-haves and local designers – the Queen Street Mall is a must do!

Sightseeing The Koala and River Cruise is a memorable journey on the Brisbane River to the renowned Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary and has been taking visitors for over 70 years. Your river cruise takes you from the bustling waterfront of the city to the lush parklands of Lone Pine, with the chance to see iconic sights and historic landscapes as you glide along the water, listening to an entertaining and informative commentary. At the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary you can cuddle koalas, feed kangaroos, and watch platypus, sheepdogs and birds of prey in action. Animal lovers will not want to miss this experience!

Duration: 75 minutes Departs: Daily



Capri by Fraser

Park Regis North Quay

80 Albert Street, Brisbane

293 North Quay, Brisbane

Urban inspired. High tech. Intuitive. This hotel offers guests the freedom to choose how and when you want to work, live and play.

Comfortable accommodation, stylish and contemporary design fitted throughout with modern facilities at a surprisingly affordable price.

Situated in the picturesque Brisbane Central Business District and across from the City Botanic Gardens.




Centrally located in the centre of the shopping and entertainment district the property is also a close walk to the Botanical Gardens, the city’s theatres, the Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane Convention Centre and South Bank.

Property Facilities • 24-hour fully-equipped gymnasium • Indoor pool with sauna and spa • 24-hour reception and concierge • On site restaurant and in room dining featuring • Complimentary Wi-Fi

Accommodation • 239 rooms • kitchenette in Studio Deluxe and Executive • Air conditioning • Mini bar • In-room safe • Sleek bathroom with hairdryer • Complimentary Wi-Fi Map Ref: 1

Oaks Charlotte Towers 128 Charlotte Street, Brisbane QLD 4000

Stylish one and two bedroom apartments with contemporary décor and stunning city views.

Location Located in the heart of Brisbane Central Business District

Property Facilities • Heated pool • BBQ sun deck and plunge pool • gym • parking facilities (fee) • internet (fee)

Accommodation • 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, all with private balconies • full kitchen and laundry facilities •air conditioning • Cable TV/ DVD • internet (fee)

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Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane 23 Leichhardt Street, Brisbane

Enjoy panoramic views of the Roma St Parklands, Mt Cootha or Brisbane city from your private balcony.

Location Located on the highest point of Brisbane, the Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane offers 230 guest rooms featuring a private balcony to enjoy the stunning views over the city skyline and is within walking distance to the Suncorp Stadium and Queen St Mall.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • Bar • Rooftop pool • Gym/ fitness centre • parking • 24hr reception • Wi-Fi access



• 230 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board Map Ref: 2

Royal on the Park Hotel & Suites 152 Alice Street, Brisbane

Park Regis North Quay has a prime Brisbane River location with spectacular views over the city and across to South Bank – ideal for business and leisure travellers.

Property Facilities • Gym • Secure undercover parking • On Quay Restaurant & Bar • Outdoor pool and sun deck • Conference and Event spaces • Complimentary WiFi up to 250 MB daily

Accommodation • Spacious, stylish and modern hotel rooms • fully furnished one and two bedroom self-contained apartments • Kitchenette facilities and separate living area • LED/LCD TV Map Ref: 4

Located near Queen Street Mall and many entertainment venues, including: Treasury Casino; Suncorp Stadium; The Gabba, Queensland Performing Arts and Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centres. Nearby ferry terminals and major gateways to Gold Coast/Sunshine Coast.

Property Facilities • Free unlimited WIFI • Outdoor pool and spa • Gym • 24 hour in-room dining, concierge and reception • The Walnut Restaurant and an elegant lounge bar • On-site car parking (Valet available) • 8 function rooms including ballroom

Accommodation • 153 rooms • 8 suites with spa bath • In-room tablet (KEYPR) • Complimentary espresso capsule coffee machines • Minibars • Desks Map Ref: 5

Whether you’re planning a family holiday or a romantic escape, the Gold Coast has something for everyone including sunny beaches, unspoilt rainforests, water sports, fishing, theme parks, wineries, golf courses, shopping, restaurants and a fantastic night life that is sure to excite and entertain. Things to do on the Gold Coast Ride the world-class waves of Broadbeach, Kirra and Main Beach

Meet hundreds of multicoloured mountain parrots in Currumbin Sanctuary

Start your day with spectacular views over the Gold Coast on board a hot air balloon

Shop til you drop in art and craft markets, huge airy malls and high-end boutiques

Experience 360 degree spins and high speed drifting as you explore the Gold Coast waters with Paradise Jet Boating

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Nocturnal Rainforest and 4WD Glow Worm Tour

Operator: Southern Cross 4WD Tours

Operator: Southern Cross 4WD Tours

Natural Bridge and Springbrook Tour




Rainforest and Wildlife Tour

Enjoy an all inclusive day tour into the Gold Coast Hinterland. Visiting Mt Tamborine, Lamington National Park and O’Reilly’s on a small group tour with a local guide for the day. Experience secluded hillside trails, private venues, guided rainforest walks, waterfalls and finish off your day with a guided treetop canopy walk and feeding of the local native birds. The journey home takes in a 360 degree view of the coastline to the Great Dividing Range from one of the best lookouts in Southeast Queensland. Delicious morning tea, BBQ lunch at our private property and a wine tasting is all included. Half day tours are also available.

This small group tour offers a personalised experience with no more than 16 people per tour. Visit Natural Arch waterfall with a fully guided rainforest walk from an expert local guide. See the water cascading through the roof of the basalt cave which has been formed over millions of years. During the journey tour commentary on the area and wildlife is provided along with great scenery of the Numinbah valley. Take in the views of Twin Falls and Rainbow falls from Canyon Lookout and Mount Warning from Best of all Lookout. Afternoon tea is included at a cosy Hinterland restaurant.

Duration: 9 hours Departs: Daily at 7:30am

Duration: 4 hours Departs: Daily from 6pm

Duration: 5 hours

Ocean Jet Boating Surfers Paradise

Jet Boat Extreme Surfers Paradise

iFLY Indoor Skydiving




Operator: Ocean Jet Boating

Ocean Jet isn’t your typical jet boat ride. This ride goes out into the open ocean where no other jet boat can go. While comfortably seated in your 3 point harnesses seat, you’ll get to experience to wave ride spin though the open ocean waves, with 880hp twin turbo jets, 100 km p/h adrenalin rush. See the white sandy beach stretches along the coastline of South Stradbroke Island and the Gold Coast. When in season you even get to see dolphins, whales and other sea life. Why not combine this with a Helitour? After your Ocean Thrill Ride, you will be dropped off at the Gold Coast Sheraton Mirage Heliport for a 10 min scenic helicopter flight. Take in panoramic views of the Gold Coast, fly over Royal Pines, Jupiter’s Casino, Q1 and Broadbeach then north along the foreshore of Surfers Paradise, Main Beach, Seaworld and South Stradbroke Island before returning to the heliport.

Operator: Jet Boat Extreme

Jet Boat Extreme is one of the Gold Coast best jet boating experiences. This experience will give you that adrenaline rush you’ll never forget. Jet Boat Extreme is a must whilst holidaying on the Gold Coast. As our highly-experienced drivers take you on a ride of a life time, leaving from the heart of Surfers Paradise. Jetboat Extreme’s 650hp twin jet-power turbo engines delivers speeds up to 80km p/h giving you the ultimate jet boat adventure ride. You’ll spin and slide your way around the golden sandbanks and pristine beaches, then jet your way around Wave Break Island, South Stradbroke Island and Runaway Bay Island returning past the Gold Coast seaway, SeaWorld and Palazzo Versace hotel.

Dolphin & Snorkel Cruise

Whale Watching Cruise

Operator: Dolphins in Paradise

Operator: Whales in Paradise



Moreton Island is a tropical island paradise where Bottlenose Dolphins play, Dugongs feed and Loggerhead turtles nest. Experience the adventure of snorkelling the Tangalooma shipwrecks, where the kaleidoscope of brightly coloured tropical fish and coral will amaze you on your guided tour. Relax on soft, sandy beaches and enjoy a relaxing swim in clear and calm waters and discover the world famous giant sand dunes of Moreton Island. Your pampering day in paradise features personalized service including a delicious prawn and chicken buffet lunch. Hotel transfers available


Fill your evening with fun and adventure with nature. Australia’s only night time 4WD Safari and Glow Worms. On this small group tour experience not only 4wd-ing at night but see the forests come to life after dark. An expert guide will provide local commentary, point out nocturnal flora and fauna finished off with viewing Glow Worms in their natural environment alongside secluded National Park Waterfall. The location for Glow-worms is hidden away from all the tourist buses deep within the National Park so you can appreciate the tranquil surroundings. A stop at a mountain restaurant for dessert is also included.

Operator: Southern Cross 4WD Tours

Duration: 7 hours Departs: 9:30am

Ever wanted to be a superhero? Whether you’re 3 or 103, iFLY Indoor Skydiving is not just a thrill ride but the latest in action sports. Indoor skydiving will make you feel like a real life, crime-fighting hero; you simply lean into the wind inside our giant glass tunnel and a column of air lifts you up and you’ll float effortlessly into flight guided by our qualified instructors. The iFLY Indoor Skydiving Experience. There’s no parachute, no jumping, and nothing attaching you to planet Earth! It’s just you and the air...and an incredible adrenaline rush.

With its pristine and typically calm offshore waters, the Gold Coast is home to approximately 15,000 Humpback Whales between the months of June to November each year. Enjoy morning or afternoon tea upon boarding, while you cruise past the homes of the rich and famous on your way out to the Australian Whale Sanctuary. Whale sightings are guaranteed on each whale watch tour or receive your next cruise free! Hotel transfers available.

Duration: 3.5 hours Departs: 7am, 8:30am, 10:30am, 12:30pm & 2:30pm (June – November) Credit: Tourism Australia

Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

Operator: Tweed Endeavour Cruises

Operator: Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary



Join The Black Cockatoo and Crab man as they spearhead Tweed Endeavour Cruises’ latest unique eco offering ... the exclusive hands-on Pot To Plate Adventure. Showcasing traditional and the present hunting and bush tucker methods, retrace ancestral steps as they hunt in the bountiful Terranora Lakes mangroves. It’s a cultural enlightening amid nature’s playground, topped with a fresh seafood harvest dinning experience you will relish! Tweed Endeavour Cruises has a suite of cruising options, including the popular in-the- water Crabs & Yabbies Tour, The New Joongurra Cruise, rainforest cruises, all meandering along the Tweed River under the watchful gaze of Mt Warning.

Hot Air Balloon Gold Coast and Vineyard Breakfast Operator: Hot Air Balloon Gold Coast


More Australian, more natural, more fun! Amazing Australian wildlife, where you can cuddle a Koala, feed the wild lorikeets or friendly kangaroos, experience wildlife shows, or see Aboriginal didgeridoo and dance performers, and view our vets in action at our Wildlife Hospital precinct. Immerse yourself in 5-hectares of stunning rainforest, where you will see exotic wildlife from high up in the trees in our new $3M Lost Valley exhibit. Not for profit organisation.

Duration: 6 hours Departs: Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is open from 8am to 5pm daily.Closed Christmas day and ANZAC day.

An unforgettable and magical way to witness the amazing skyline of the Gold Coast. You will be collected from your hotel (subject to location) and transferred to the Gold Coast Hinterland. On arrival at the launch area, the balloons are inflated in preparation for a scenic flight across the majestic Gold Coast Hinterland. Upon landing, assist with the fun of the balloon pack-up before sitting down to a hot breakfast and champagne toast. You can be back at your hotel in time to hit the beach or a theme park!

Duration: 5 hours Departs: Daily from 5am NOTE: Pregnant passengers and Children under 3 years not permitted to fly

Hilton Residences Surfers Paradise

Hilton Surfers Paradise Hotel

6 Orchid Avenue, Surfers Paradise

6 Orchid Avenue, Surfers Paradise

Hilton’s very first residences in Australia offer all of the benefits of a self contained apartment combined with 5-star facilities and servicing.

This hotel on the Gold Coast is the ideal escape for couples and offers the energy of Surfers Paradise and the style of Hilton.



Located at the centre of everything the Gold Coast has to offer, close to shopping, family friendly entertainment, one block from the beach, and only a short ride to the Gold Coast’s famous theme parks.

Property Facilities


Crabs and Yabbies Tour

Perfectly positioned in the heart of Surfers Paradise’s famous shopping, dining and entertainment precincts, and only a short stroll away from the famous Surfers Paradise beach.

Property Facilities

• Award winning restaurant • bar • café • 4 heated pools • spa • sauna • movie theatre • kids menus • room service • BBQs

• Award winning restaurant • bar • café • executive lounge • eforea: Spa • 4 heated pools • spa • sauna • 2 fitness centres



• 250 self contained apartment style residences available in one, two, three and four bedroom configurations • kitchen • laundry • separate living area • spectacular views • daily housekeeping (except weekly service apartment) • concierge

• 169 guest rooms and suites • air-conditioning • mini bar • iPod docking stations • internet • in room dining • luxury Peter-Thomas Roth amenities Map Ref: 2

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Vibe Hotel Gold Coast 42 Ferny Avenue, Surfers Paradise

A quiet, relaxed setting welcomes you, a very contemporary hotel that’s close to all the action.

Location In the heart of Surfers Paradise, on the bank of the beautiful Nerang River. A short walk to the beach and shops, easy access to attractions, including theme parks and casino.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • pool • free WiFi • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • parking facilities

Accommodation • 199 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board Credit: Matt Harvey

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Victoria Whether you adore the arts or love the great outdoors, Victoria has something for you! Sandy beaches, snow-peaked mountains, zoos and aquariums, historic sites, spas, wineries, bars and cafes, from striking public spaces and state-of-the-art museums, to heritage sites and rare wildlife – everywhere you turn there’s always something special to see and do in Victoria.

Things to do in Victoria Discover the diversity and beauty of regional Victoria, from coastal villages to alpine towns Explore the High Country year round, whether winter skiing or wine tasting in summer Self-drive along Victoria’s breathtaking coast and the Great Ocean Road Bring the kids and make the most of Victoria’s interactive museums and festivals, exhilarating outdoor adventures and fascinating wildlife parks Uncover Victoria’s proud history, from preserved gold-mining relics, Murray River paddle steamers, bushrangers’ lairs and ancient Aboriginal artifacts


Puffing Billy Steam Train, Sherbrooke Forest

The Murray River

Grampians National Park


Port Fairy Lorne Twelve Apostles Apollo Bay

Daylesford Yarra Valley


Phillip Island

Yarra Valley winery discovery The Yarra Valley is a world class, world renowned wine region, reminiscent of Bordeaux or Burgundy in the South of France, or the Tuscany region of Northern Italy. It is a place of unspoilt pristine beauty, where the water and the air are clean and crisp, the views spectacular and the friendly ambience invites you to just rest for a while, kick back and savour the very best regional or international cuisine on offer... or a glass of world class wine. Whatever your indulgence you’re sure to find it in the Yarra Valley. Base yourself at the Chateau Yering Historic House for 2 nights, this historic homestead was reborn in 1997 as a gracious five-star property. Featuring elegant period fittings throughout, the hotel offers luxury accommodation, appeasing service and award-winning dining.

Itinerary: Yarra Valley (2) Itinerary includes: • 2 night accommodation in the Yarra Valley • 4 days car hire with Hertz or Europcar Departs from: Melbourne Duration: 3 days/2 nights

VICTORIA - Suggested Itineraries

3 DAYS in Victoria

5 DAYS in Victoria

Multicultural, Cosmopolitan Melbourne food and wine discovery To truly experience a place you first must base yourself there then put on your walking shoes then get out and about and start exploring! A great way to find your way around a city is to jump onto a Gray Line half day City Highlights Tour - visit the famous MCG - Melbourne Cricket Ground, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Shrine of Remembrance, enjoy afternoon tea and a stroll around the gardens before traveling to trendy Acland Street then onto the colourful bathing boxes lining Brighton Beach. Today sit back and relax with Go West Tours as they take you to the gorgeous Yarra Valley for a day of fine wine tasting, fabulous food and spectacular views.

Itinerary: Melbourne (4) Itinerary includes: • Return airport transfers • 4 nights accommodation in Melbourne • Melbourne City Afternoon Highlights Tour • Full day – Yarra Valley Gourmet Tour Why not join a food experience tour: the Queen Vic Market Ultimate Foodie Tour Departs from: Melbourne Duration: 5 days/4 nights

6 DAYS in Victoria

Great Ocean Road and Goldfields The Great Ocean Road – one of the world’s most scenic coastal drives. Anglesea and Lorne, with its fresh sea air, white beaches and relaxed mediterranean atmosphere has been attracting holiday makers for more than a century. Apollo Bay, a beautiful seaside village at the foothills of the mighty Otways, enjoy a seafood lunch departing for the famous 12 Apostles. These dramatic limestone stacks have made this region world famous – spoil yourself with a helicopter ride and marvel at the immense size of the rock formations. Travelling on to Warrnambool – a coastal town steeped in history on the rugged Shipwreck coast. The dramatic coastline of the Great Ocean Road region that has claimed more than 180 ships in its colourful maritime history. Take a tour of many lighthouses open to the public including Lady Bay Warrnambool at Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village.

Discover the riches of the Goldfields, Ballarat is Victoria’s largest inland city and is famous as the site of the world’s largest deposit of Alluvial Gold. Immerse yourself in the excitement of the goldrush days at Sovereign Hill. Itinerary: Anglesea or Lorne (1) Warrnambool (2) Ballarat (2) Itinerary includes: • 1 night accommodation in Anglesea or Lorne • 2 nights accommodation in Warrnambool • 2 nights accommodation in Ballarat Departs from: Melbourne Duration: 6 days/5 nights


VICTORIA - Autopia Tours

Autopia Tours Australia Autopia Tours are focused on showcasing Australia’s unique natural beauty and wildlife in a small group setting. Guests on the Great Ocean Road, Grampians and Phillip Island Tours can make the most of their experience by downloading the tour commentary in 10 different languages with the free translation app. Autopia Tours also provide free Wi-Fi on the bus for the journey back to Melbourne so guests can share their photos with home on the day. Gold Winner of the 2017 RACV Victorian Tourism Awards.

Reverse Great Ocean Road Day Tour Without the Crowds

Phillip Island and Penguin Parade Day Tour

Operator: Autopia Tours

Operator: Autopia Tours



Explore the amazing shipwreck coast against the usual flow of traffic! Start your day with a visit to the famous 12 Apostles and then learn about the coastline‘s history with a visit to Loch Ard Gorge. Enjoy a light lunch with spectacular views and then walk underneath some giant mountain ash trees in an ancient rainforest known as Otway National Park. There’s also time to enjoy a walk along the beach and spot some koalas and other Australian wildlife along the way. Includes: morning tea, lunch, dinner (vegetarian option available)

Duration: 13 Hours Departs: Daily between 7-8am Returns: Around 9pm

Duration: 12 Hours Departs: Daily between 9:30-10:30am during winter, 1 hour later in summer Returns: Around 9pm in winter – midnight in summer

1 Day Yarra Valley Wine, Cider & Chocolates

Grampians Great Escape Day Tour

Operator: Autopia Tours

Operator: Autopia Tours



Less than one hour from Melbourne is the stunning wine producing region known as the Yarra Valley. Enjoy a day of indulgence as we take you to experience the best the region has to offer, with some beautiful views along the way. Try ciders and beers at Napoleone Cider House & Brewery and then get to know the wines with a visit to 2 of the region’s best wineries for some tastings. Tuck into a delicious lunch at one of the wineries and sample chocolates at the Yarra Valley Chocolaterie and Ice Creamery. Includes: Wine, cider and chocolate tastings, winery lunch (vegetarian available)

Duration: 10 Hours Departs: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday between 7-8am Returns: Around 5:30pm


Phillip Island is home to a colony of Little Penguins and each night hundreds of penguins emerge from the ocean and walk up the beach as they make their way home to their burrows. Join us to watch this amazing event known as the Penguin Parade and get free entry to the Antarctic Journey. Phillip Island is also home to many other natural wonders, such as beautiful beaches. Enjoy the rugged coastline and try to spot fur seals at the Nobbies. We also visit Maru Koala and Animal Park, where you can handfeed kangaroos and get close to other Australian animals such as koalas. Includes: morning tea, lunch (vegetarian option available)

The Grampians National Park, known as Gariwerd in the local language, is home to many of Australia’s native animals. Look for kangaroos, wallabies, parrots and other unique wildlife as you explore the rugged mountain scenery. Enjoy short bushwalks to our favourite places, where you can look out over stunning scenery and relax next to the impressive Mackenzie falls. Then learn about the fascinating local Indigenous culture with a visit to Brambuk Culture Centre. Includes: morning tea, lunch (vegetarian available)

Duration: 13 Hours Departs: Tuesday*, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday*, Sunday (*seasonal) between 7-8am Returns: Around 9pm

Sitting on the Yarra River at Port Phillip Bay is Australia’s second-largest city, Melbourne. This stylish, vibrant destination, conservative in its elegance is well regarded as the cultural and fashion capital of Australia and renowned for its fine restaurants, opulent bars, off-the-beaten-track boutiques and maze of hidden laneways waiting to be explored. Things to do in Melbourne See the city sights while dining on the Colonial Tramcar Restaurant

VICTORIA - Melbourne


For the sporting enthusiast why not tour the MCG or Flemington Racecourse? Explore the famous Queen Victoria Markets, for fresh food, irresistible treats, unique gifts and endless bargains Ready to roll the dice? Then head to the Crown Entertainment complex, the largest casino in the Southern Hemisphere Discover the innovation and skill of local artists and designers at Melbourne hole-in-the-wall galleries, designer University FLE MIN boutiques and theatres scattered G COU TON GRATTA RTN EY throughout theRDcity’s laneways N ST ST






Carlton Gardens



To Melbourne Head to the Southbank precinct Zoological and experience this hotbed of Gardens QUEENSBERRY ST Melbourne art and culture – the Victorian Art Centre

Melbourne Museum



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Jolimont MCG Station


Melbourne Park

National Gallery of Victoria

Swan St Bridge

Myer Music Bowl

Olympic Park


Melbourne Sports & Entertainment Centre





15. Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne 16. The Crossley Hotel 17. The Langham Melbourne 18. Travelodge Hotel Melbourne Docklands ST KILDA, ALBERT PARK AND SOUTH YARRA 19. Abode St Kilda 20. Easystay Studio Apartments St Kilda 21. Park Regis Griffin Suites


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Yarra River, Melbourne

MELBOURNE HOTELS 1. Causeway 353 Hotel 2. Causeway Inn On The Mall 3. City Tempo 4. Clarion Suites Gateway 5. Crown Metropol 6. Crown Promenade Hotel 7. Crown Towers 8. Four Points By Sheraton Melbourne Docklands 9. Fraser Place Melbourne 10. Hotel Causeway 11. Ibis Styles Kingsgate Hotel 12. Melbourne Short Stay Apartments 13. Oaks On Collins 14. Park Hyatt Melbourne

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Melbourne Concert Hall



Cook's Cottage


Federation Square

Victorian Arts Centre


Fitzroy Gardens




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Southbank Promenade





Treasury Gardens


To St Kilda Beach

Princes Bridge


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Parliament House

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Crown Entertainment Complex


Polly Woodside





Queens Bridge


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Kings Bridge

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Melbourne Docklands





Southern Cross Interstate Station




Etihad Stadium














State Library & National Museum STO SWAN




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Albert Park Lake

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Great Ocean Road Small Group Eco Tour

Phillip Island Penguin Parade Small Group Eco Tour

Yarra Valley Gourmet Tour

Operator: Go West Tours

Operator: Go West Tours




Operator: Go West Tours

This small group tour allows plenty of time to explore the iconic highlights of this magnificent coastal journey. Visit the worldrenowned beaches of the Surf Coast and stroll through the Great Otway National Park’s ancient rainforest. You’ll be awe-struck by the spectacular rock formations of the Port Campbell National Park, including the Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge and Gibson’s Steps. Travel in air-conditioned comfort, and enjoy complimentary WiFi on-board along with the convenience of free inner city pickup and drop off service. Delicious café lunch included.

Duration: 12 hours Departs: Daily

Duration: 11 hours Departs: Daily

Travel by deluxe coach with complimentary on-board Wi-Fi, to taste the Yarra Valley region’s finest produce. Fresh fruit & juices at Yarra Farm Fresh and premium wines at De Bortoli start your day. Enjoy a selection of locally-produced cheeses at Yarra Valley Dairy followed by a delicious one-course lunch at Rochford Wines. Enjoy a further wine tasting at the spectacular Yering Station before a visit to the Yarra Valley Chocolaterie for an exclusive chocolate tasting. Yum!

Duration: 9 hours Departs: Daily at 8am

Grampians National Park Tour

Australian Wine Tours

Eureka Skydeck 88

Operator: Go West Tours

Operator: Australia Wine Tour Company

Operator: Eureka Skydeck




Pass through Western Plains of Victoria on our way to historic Ballarat, stopping for morning tea. Arriving at the foot of the Grampians Range take a gentle stroll to the delightful Silverband Falls. Lunch (included) is at Halls Gap, then onto Wonderland Turntable for a short hike to the Grand Canyon. No trip to the Grampians would be complete without a visit to the majestic Mackenzies Falls. Walk the Bluff trail along the top of the cliffs or journey down the stairs to the base of the steep gorge and gaze up at this truly impressive waterfall. Boroka Lookout provides panoramic views, overlooking the town of Halls Gap.

Duration: 13 hours Departs: 8am


A small group tour combining amazing views and wonderful wildlife experiences. Visit Melbourne’s colourful & iconic Brighton Beach boxes before continuing onwards to a wildlife conservation park to learn about a wide range of Australian animals. Hand feed kangaroos & wallabies, and get up close with delightful koalas. Explore Phillip Island’s spectacular coastline at the Nobbies. At sunset, enjoy the famous Penguin Parade, with upgraded viewing from the exclusive Penguins Plus boardwalk. Take advantage of complimentary on-board Wi-Fi, as well as the convenience of our free inner-city pickup and drop off service.

Credit: Visit Victoria

Winery tours have never been so much fun or affordable. The daily tours by Australian Wine Tour Company take in some of Victoria’s best wineries in the stunning region of the Yarra Valley only one hour from Melbourne. Start your tour learning the art of the swirl, sniff and slurp from your expert wine guide, then try a range of cellar door tastings. At your next winery, enjoy some more tastings and then move to lunch at the winery restaurant for a main meal with a glass of wine. In the afternoon travel through the gorgeous scenery to a smaller boutique winery for some tastings and finish the day at Domaine Chandon, the Australian house of the legendary Moet and Chandon. Tour the facilities and relax in the cellar door with a glass of famous bubbly. Return to Melbourne having had an unforgettable day out in the Yarra Valley.

The best place to see Melbourne, Eureka Skydeck 88 is the Southern Hemisphere’s highest viewing platform. Enjoy awe-inspiring views and see all key Melbourne landmarks from the floor to ceiling windows. Step out onto the Terrace to experience the outside elements and experience the world’s only Edge Experience, if you dare! Located in Eureka Tower in the CBD, along the Yarra River on Southbank, Eureka Skydeck 88 is an experience above all else.

Opening Hours: Eureka Skydeck 88 is a self-guided attraction open from 10am to 10pm daily (last entry 9:30pm).

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Sovereign Hill with VIP Wildlife Encounter Operator: Gray Line

Sightseeing Enjoy a complete town tour of the famous township of Ballarat before heading to the Ballarat Wildlife Park. You have the opportunity to explore the Wildlife Park on your own before the VIP encounter experience which allows for an intimate behind the scenes Wildlife meet and greet with a keeper. Your journey then continues to Sovereign Hill which is an authentic recreation of the 1850’s gold mining town. You will spend the remainder of your day exploring this township and all it has to offer. Goldmining, Red Hill gold museum and underground gold mine tours are just some of the many experiences on offer.

Duration: 9 hours Departs: 8:15am - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Returns: Around 5:30pm (approximately)

Grand Penguins Operator: Gray Line

Sightseeing This is Phillip Island at its best! The Grand Tour has been designed to give you the ultimate experience of Phillip Island and the Penguins. Visit Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife, Meet wombats, dingoes, emus and Tasmanian devils. Get up close with kangaroos and wallabies. Witness the Penguin Parade on floodlit Summerland Beach from the Penguins Plus premium viewing platform for the best views of the penguins.

Duration: 11 hours Operates: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday (April to September), and Daily (October to March)

Best of Melbourne Operator: Gray Line

Sightseeing Enjoy a scenic cruise on the Yarra River as you enjoy a gourmet boxed lunch. Once the cruise concludes you will board our premium coach and experience the highlights of Melbourne including the MCG, Docklands, Brighton bathing boxes and the famous Acland St in St Kilda. You will have some free time to spend at the Botanical gardens, Acland St and Brighton bathing boxes for photo opportunities. At the conclusion of the city highlights tour you will be dropped at the departure point for the Tramcar restaurant. There you will enjoy a delicious 3 course dinner while you travel through Melbourne in a 1920’s historical tram.

Duration: 7.5 hours Departs: 12pm (Federation square day tour office corner of Flinders St and Russell St) Returns: 7:15pm (Normanby Rd near Crown casino)


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Private Tours of Melbourne & Victoria Operator: Acacia Luxury Private Tours

Sightseeing Acacia Luxury Private Tours offers bespoke and packaged travel experiences in Melbourne and throughout regional Victoria. From the comfort of luxurious vehicles, helicopters and river boats with expert local guides, guests can enjoy tours of Melbourne, The Great Ocean Road, Phillip Island, Yarra Valley & Dandenong Ranges, The Mornington Peninsula, Goldfields and more! Acacia Luxury Private Tours works with a vast network of providers to ensure guests have a truly memorable experience during their visit to Melbourne and Victoria.

Duration: Half-day, Full-day, Multi-day options Departs: Tours depart daily on request

Searoad Ferries Operator: Searoad Ferries


• Queenscliff black Lighthouse, one of three in the world

In just 40 minutes a sleek and stylish ship will cruise you and your car effortlessly across Port Phillip Bay. It’s the fastest, most relaxing and scenic way to link Victoria’s Great Ocean Road with the Mornington Peninsula and the little penguins of Phillip Island. And it reveals the most spectacular Bay views, from historic Sorrento on the Mornington Peninsula to quaint Queenscliff near the Great Ocean Road

• Big ships making their way to Port of Melbourne

Operated by Searoad Ferries, two ships provide hourly departures from each charming village between 7am and 6pm, seven days a week (extra sailings operate in the summer peak). This drive-ondrive-off experience is a very smooth and easy way to continue your road trip rather than drive the 200km’s around the Bay through city traffic and on toll roads. • Pass by 3 Marine National Parks and travel in pristine waters. On the crossing, the view varies every day. • Dolphin spotting all year, whales in winter • Cliff top mansions • Point Nepean National Park • Chinaman’s Hat Seal colony and Pope’s Eye


Credit: Phillip Island Nature Park

• Historic buildings of Queenscliff

Experience Melbourne’s beautiful Port Phillip Bay

Facilities on board include: • Easy drive on/drive off, no turning required • Lift from the Car Deck to the Lounge Deck • Café serving fresh, healthy light meals and snacks as well as barista made coffee • Floor to ceiling viewing windows and observation decks • WiFi and charging stations

Departs: Sorrento Pier & Queenscliff Wharf. Depart every day, every hour on the hour, 7am - 6pm Duration: 40 minutes

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Crown Towers 8 Whiteman Street, Southbank

All of Crown Towers’ 480 luxuriously appointed oversized guest rooms have spectacular views and feature a truly unique level of comfort and finish. Location On the southern bank of the Yarra River, Crown Towers sets the benchmark for luxury hotels in Melbourne.

Property Facilities • 40 restaurants • 16 bars • nightclub • heated pool • indoor heated pool • spa • gym/fitness centre • business centre • parking facilities • shop • tennis court

Accommodation • 480 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • WiFi access • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • bathrobes • iPod dock Map Ref: 7

Crown Metropol Melbourne 8 Whiteman Street, Southbank

The eclectic verve of Crown Metropol makes it the perfect city retreat. Escape to contemporary calm without leaving the CBD. Location In the heart of Melbourne’s vibrant Southbank entertainment precinct. Crown Metropol offers contemporary style, elegance and personal service minutes from Melbourne’s business, sports and leisure hubs. Directly linked to the Crown Entertainment complex by air bridge

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • indoor pool • sauna • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • parking facilities • shop

Accommodation • 658 guest rooms and loft suites • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • bathrobes Map Ref: 5

Crown Promenade Melbourne 8 Whiteman Street, Southbank

Stylish, affordable and thoroughly modern, featuring natural light and earthy tones, Crown Promenade Melbourne offers a fresh perspective on how good a hotel can be.

Location Located in the heart of Melbourne’s vibrant Southbank entertainment precinct and directly linked to the exciting Crown Entertainment Complex.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • indoor heated pool • sauna • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • business centre • parking facilities

Accommodation • 465 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • hairdryer • iron/ironing board Map Ref: 6


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Park Hyatt Melbourne 1 Parliament Pl, East Melbourne

A haven of luxury amidst the bustle of historic Melbourne, Park Hyatt Melbourne offers everything you need for a memorable stay. Location Unsurpassed in location, design and attention to detail, Park Hyatt Melbourne offers sophisticated luxury in the heart of the city.

Property Facilities • radii restaurant & bar • Park Club Health & Day Spa • award winning Park Club Lounge • 25m indoor heated pool • 24 hour fitness centre • rooftop tennis court • business centre • meetings and events spaces • complimentary WiFi • valet parking

Accommodation • 240 of the city’s largest guestrooms • air conditioning • mini bar • tea/coffee making facilities • in-room safe • walk in wardrobe • double vanity • separate bath and shower Map Ref: 14 • hairdryer • bluetooth docking station

King Guestroom

The Langham, Melbourne 1 Southgate Avenue, Southbank

One of Melbourne’s finest hotels, offering fabulous views of the Melbourne skyline from Southbank. One of the city’s most exclusive areas. Location With sweeping vistas of the Yarra River and Melbourne skyline, The Langham Melbourne is in an outstanding location amidst the city’s captivating Arts and Leisure precinct. A sanctuary nestled on the famous Southbank Promenade.

Property Facilities • Melba Restaurant • Chuan Day Spa • Aria Bar and Lounge • The Langham Club Lounge • Indoor heated pool • Jacuzzi • 24 hour health club • Free Wi-Fi • In room dining (Private Kitchen)

Accommodation • 388 immaculately furnished rooms and suites • daily turndown service • air-conditioning • mini bar • tea – coffee making facilities • hairdryer • bathrobe and slippers • iron & ironing board Map Ref: 17

Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne

Oaks on Collins

Clarion Suites Gateway

328 Flinders Street, Melbourne

480 Collins Street, Melbourne

1 William Street, Melbourne

This award-winning hotel is the ultimate destination, located in the heart of the city.

New York-style Hotel Apartment in the heart of the CBD.

A stylish, recently refurbished all-suite hotel.




In the heart of the Central Business District, opposite Flinders Street Railway Station.

Property Facilities

Property Facilities

• Restaurant • bar • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • business centre • parking facilities • 340 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi • internet • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

Map Ref: 15

On the banks of the Yarra River, opposite Crown Entertainment complex and Southgate dining and entertainment complex. A short stroll to popular tourist attractions and shopping.

Property Facilities

• Restaurant • bar • dry-cleaning and laundry service • gym • sauna • plunge pool



Occupying an enviable location in Melbourne’s bustling city hub, Oaks on Collins presents travellers with a stylish urban sanctuary to meet both their conferencing and leisure needs.

• Restaurant • bar • indoor heated pool • tour desk • business centre • parking facilities • access to gym/fitness centre



• 270 rooms • air-conditioning • cable TV • internet (additional cost) • tea/coffee making facilities • iron/ironing board

• 45 rooms • 80 apartments • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • studios with kitchenette • suites with full kitchen • tea/coffee making facilities • WiFi access • iPod dock • hairdryer • iron/ironing board Map Ref: 13

Map Ref: 4

Causeway 353 Hotel

Hotel Causeway

443 Docklands Dr, Docklands

353 Little Collins Street, Melbourne

275 Little Collins Street, Melbourne

Located in the Docklands, Four Points by Sheraton Melbourne Docklands boasts 273 rooms and suites with city and water views.

Comfortable accommodation, stylish and contemporary design fitted throughout with modern facilities at a surprisingly affordable price.

A comfortable hotel in a perfect location in the heart of the city.




Four Points by Sheraton Melbourne Docklands is located 2km west of Melbourne’s Central Business District. Enjoy easy access to city and surrounds as well as everything the new Docklands precinct has to offer, including local markets, shopping malls and live entertainment venues.

Property Facilities • Onsite restaurant and bar • Outdoor heated swimming pool • Complimentary wifi throughout the hotel • Fitness Centre • Steam room • Laundry/dry cleaning services • Valet parking


On fashionable Little Collins Street, amongst cafes and fashion boutiques. The hotel’s enviable position accommodates both corporate or leisure clientele.

Property Facilities

In the heart of the cafe and fashion precinct. Easy walking distance to all CBD tourist icons, sporting and entertainment venues.

Property Facilities

• Breakfast room • steam room • 24 hour reception • WiFi access • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • business centre


• Breakfast room • steam room • 24 hour reception • WiFi access • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • business centre


• 142 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • microwave • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • in-room safe

• 273 rooms & suites • Flat screen TV’s in all rooms • Signature Four Points bed • In room safe • Water and CBD views Map Ref: 8 • Air Conditioning

• 45 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • bathrobes • in-room safe Map Ref: 1

Map Ref: 10

Park Regis Griffin Suites

The Crossley Hotel

Abode St. Kilda

604 St Kilda Road, Melbourne

51 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne

63 Fitzroy Street St Kilda

This hotel is the perfect choice for guests who need to be with easy reach of all that Melbourne and its surroundings have to offer.

A boutique-style lane way property in the heart of the city, with friendly service and near many popular attractions, shopping and transport.

After an extensive refurbishment, Abode St Kilda Studio Apartments has a modern bayside appeal, walking distance to the beach.




Close to Albert Park, home of the Grand Prix and St Kilda Road’s business district, it’s also just minutes from the Crown Casino and Entertainment complex, MCG - internationally renowned sports stadium and Chapel Street for exquisite shopping and dining.

Property Facilities Accommodation • Spacious stylish studio apartments with a kitchenette or selfcontained and two bedroom apartments • Complimentary Wi-Fi (up to 250MB daily) • Air-conditioning and Heating • Refrigerator • Alarm clock • Toilet / Bathroom • TV and DVD Player Map Ref: 21

Credit: Visit Victoria

Situated in the laneways at the parliament end of Little Bourke St, in the dining and theatre precinct. Surrounded by Princess, Her Majesty’s and Comedy Theatres, and a short walk to the MCG and shops.

Property Facilities

• Conference and function rooms for 20-120 guests • Guest Library

Great location in St Kilda, within walking distance to the beach, Luna Park, and all the great St Kilda attractions. Close to public transport. Melbourne Central Business District is only 20 minutes by tram.

Property Facilities

• Breakfast room • free WiFi • atrium library with free book swapping service • free in-house movies • parking (valet) • tour desk • business centre

• Continental buffet breakfast included • free wifi included • guest laundry onsite • onsite parking available • free in-house movies


Accommodation • 89 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

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Four Points by Sheraton Melbourne Docklands

Map Ref: 16

• 40 studio apartments • underfloor bathroom heating • rain shower heads • de-mist mirrors • automatic black-out blinds • kitchenettes with dishwashers • fantastic artwork Map Ref: 19 • beachside decor


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Melbourne Short Stay Apartments 187 City Rd, Southbank

Stylish, well equipped and perfectly located 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments. Location The apartments are perfectly positioned in the heart of Southbank, just walking distance to Melbourne’s renowned restaurants and entertainment.

Property Facilities • Free WiFi • indoor heated pool • gym/fitness centre • tennis court • secure car parking • Weekly servicing

Accommodation • Equipped kitchen and laundry • spacious lounge and dining area • Bedrooms with built in robes • Air-conditioning • Floor to ceiling windows • WiFi • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • 32 inch LCD TV with DVD player • Stereo • Private balconies Map Ref: 12

City Tempo 353 Queen St, Melbourne

Ideal for both leisure and corporate guests, enjoy easy access to cafes, restaurants, Melbourne Central and Queen Victoria Market. Location The apartments are positioned in the heart of Melbourne’s exciting Central Business District and just metres from Queen Victoria Market.

Property Facilities • Free WiFi • gym/fitness centre • sauna • secure car parking • Daily servicing • 24 hour check in

Accommodation • Equipped kitchenette • washer/dryer • Air-conditioning • WiFi • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • LCD TV with DVD player • Stereo • Private balconies in select apartments Map Ref: 3

Travelodge Hotel Melbourne Docklands

Fraser Place Melbourne

66 Aurora Lane, Docklands

19 Exploration Lane, Melbourne

A brand-new hotel, close to Melbourne’s best leisure and dining facilities.

Studio style apartment hotel located in the heart of Melbourne.

Comfortable and great value twin, double and family studio apartments, a short walk from the beach.




In the heart of Docklands and only minutes from the Central Business District and Southern Cross station. Close to Etihad Stadium, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Crown Casino and Southbank.

Check-in at 63 Fitzroy Street St Kilda

Situated on one of Melbourne’s famous laneways surrounded by cafes, bars and restaurants. It is the perfect base from which to enjoy the cultural, shopping, sport and entertainment precincts of Melbourne.

Property Facilities

Property Facilities



Map Ref: 18

• Free Wi-Fi • parking available • onsite laundry • kitchenettes • fantastic locations • 24-hour check-in


• 112 studio style apartments • Air Conditioning / Heating • Kitchenette featuring gas top stove • refrigerator • microwave • dishwasher • Washer / Dryer (studio room) • In room safe • Hairdryer

• 291 rooms • air-conditioning • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

Located in four apartment buildings in the heart of St Kilda, Melbourne’s beachside playground. Walk to shops, restaurants, transport - and just 20 minutes into the city. Local attractions include Luna Park, the Esplanade, St Kilda beach, and the Sunday Market.

Property Facilities

• Complimentary unlimited WIFI • 24 hour reception • Breakfast Café • Gym • Rooftop Terrace with herb garden

• Restaurant • free WiFi access • 24 hour reception • laundry • tour desk


Easystay Studio Apartments St Kilda

Map Ref: 9

• Air-conditioning • heating • TV • tea & coffee making • iron • ironing board • alarm clock • guest laundry • microwave • kettle • mini refrigerator • telephone • hairdryer • free Wi-Fi NOTE: Check in at 63 Fitzroy Street, free shuttle transfer to your St Kilda apartment Map Ref: 20

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Causeway Inn On The Mall 327 Bourke Street, Melbourne

Affordable accommodation, right in the heart of the city’s retail areas Location Central Melbourne location on Bourke Street Mall, directly opposite Myer and David Jones.

Property Facilities • Breakfast room • lounge area • 24 hour reception • WiFi access • internet kiosk • tour desk

Accommodation • 82 rooms • air-conditioning • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • in-room safe

Map Ref: 2

ibis Styles Kingsgate Hotel

Beyond Melbourne

131 King street, Melbourne

The Yarra Valley is home to Victoria’s earliest vineyards and is Victoria’s premiere food and wine region.

Victorian Melbourne hotel in Melbourne Central Business District.

Location Situated close to Etihad Stadium and only a short walk from the Melbourne Exhibition Centre and Crown Entertainment Complex.

Property Facilities • Breakfast room • 24 Hours reception • Guest Laundry • Internet kiosk • Free Wi-Fi • Parking (off-site – extra charge) • Safety deposit box • Guest lounge • Tour desk

Accommodation: • 171 rooms • Free Wi-Fi • Tea & coffee making • Flat TV screen with Foxtel • refrigerator • Iron / ironing board • Air-conditioning • Hairdryer Map Ref: 11

The Great Ocean Road snakes past cliffs, scenic lookouts, rainforests, waterfalls and historic shipwrecks. Make sure to visit The Twelve Apostles and London Bridge.

Chateau Yering Historic House Hotel 42 Melba Highway, Yering

Chateau Yering Hotel a heritage listed property set in the heart of Victoria’s Yarra Valley.

Location The hotel is less than an hour’s drive from Melbourne’s CBD and International airport. Surrounded by all the attractions the region has to offer.

Property Facilities • Individually designed suites • Heritage listed property • Heritage listed gardens • Award winning restaurant • Café for breakfast and lunch • Private dining room • Guest lounges • Garden swimming pool • Floodlit tennis court • Complimentary parking

Accommodation • 32 luxury suites • Complimentary wifi • Complimentary DVD library • Complimentary tea and coffee in suite • Iron and ironing board • Safe • Individually controlled a/c and heating

Great Ocean Road Resort 105 Great Ocean Road, Anglesea

Great Ocean Road Resort is a 4–Star resort located at the gateway to the Great Ocean Road in the seaside town of Anglesea. Location Located directly opposite the Anglesea River, Great Ocean Road Resort is perfectly situated in the centre of Anglesea only a 5-minute walk to Anglesea Main Beach, Town Centre and Kangaroos at the Anglesea Golf Course.

Property Facilities • Restaurant & Bar • Indoor Heated Pool • Spa • Steam Room & Kid’s Pool • Day Spa • Fitness Centre • Tennis Court • Trampoline Park • Laundry • BBQ • Free Wi-fi • Parking • Private Dining Room • 24 Hour Reception • Conference facilities

Accommodation • 35 rooms • Complimentary WIFI in rooms • Air-conditioning/ heating • Kitchen/kitchenette • Private decking area/balcony • Hair dryer • iron/ironing board • TV/DVD Player • Complimentary movies • Cable Television


NORTHERN TERRITORY - Suggested Itineraries

Northern Territory Australia’s Northern Territory, one of the last remaining genuine outback regions and with so many natural wonders, ancient history, rich culture and unique wildlife to explore, Northern Territory experiences can be as diverse as the region itself. Full of ancient Dreamtime legends, an assortment of quirky pubs, fascinating characters, lonely deserts, lush rainforests and endless yarns. It invokes a spirit of exploration and freedom with its wide open spaces and cobalt blue skies and is full of surprises. Things to do in the Territory Connect with the oldest culture on Earth on an Aboriginal bush tucker or art tour Explore the rainforest and Aboriginal rock art of World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park Combine the unsurpassed splendour of Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) on an unforgettable scenic helicopter flight Dine under a million stars at the award-winning Sounds of Silence dining experience

DARWIN Kakadu Katherine

Stand at the rim of Kings Canyon and feel like you’re on the edge of the world Learn about Uluru’s cultural significance as you walk around its base with an Aboriginal Anangu guide

Tennant Creek


Cruise down vast Katherine Gorge Pan for gold at Tennant Creek Take a scenic helicopter flight For an unforgettable experience, take a scenic helicopter flight over the spectacular Uluru or enjoy a breathtaking sunrise in a hot air balloon


Kings Canyon

Uluru (Ayers Rock)

3 DAY 4WD Goanna Dreaming Red Centre Safari Operator: Wayoutback Australian Safaris


3 days/2 nights Inclusions:

• Professional guide and campsite host • travel in an air-conditioned 4WD vehicle • Aboriginal Guided walk and Dot Painting workshop at Uluru • all meals (as listed on itineraries) • camping equipment including permanent tent with beds and mattress or optional swag • All linen including pillow and pillowcase, fitted sheet, sleeping bag hire and towel • Drinking water (please provide your own bottle).

Itinerary Day 1: Alice Springs - Uluru


Departing Alice Springs bright and early, we hit the road on our adventure of a lifetime (For those commencing the tour at Uluru, we

will collect you from the Outback Pioneer Hotel or the airport). Our journey begins heading south through the Waterhouse and James Ranges with a stop at the Camel Farm for a Camel ride if you’re keen (own expense). We stop at Mount Ebenezer Roadhouse where you can view or purchase Aboriginal artefacts. Stop to view Atila (Mount Connor), a mesa tableland and the first significant rock formation of our trip. After a stop for lunch and our arrival at the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, we travel to the base of Uluru where your guide will lead you on an interpretive walk, hearing of the Aboriginal law and religion (Tjukurpa). Continuing on, we meet our local Aboriginal Guide who will provide a once in a lifetime authentic Indigenous cultural experience with an interpretive walk to Mutitjulu Waterhole where you will hear the stories of the unique landscapes, art and culture of the local custodians, the Anangu people. This experience is followed by a hands-on dot painting session where you will take your artwork as a memento of your experience. We conclude at the Cultural Centre, where you may explore the displays and learn of the flora and fauna of this unique area. Experience the famous changing colours of Uluru at sunset, away from the crowds, complete with sparkling wine and nibbles. It’s a great time to kick back and contemplate the day and the vastness of the desert. Afterwards settle in at our remote private camp, complete with our signature Endless Star dining experience before retiring to your swag under the amazing night sky or your comfortable safari tent complete with beds.

Day 2: Uluru Rising early, take a short walk to a lookout close to our campsite to view sunrise over Uluru and Kata Tjuta without the hustle and bustle of the public viewing areas before heading off to Kata Tjuta for a walk through the “Valley of the Winds”. Afterwards, we’re off to Kings Creek Cattle Station for our second nights’ private bush camp, complete with bush toilet and shower. With nobody else for miles, this camp has stunning views out over the George Gill Ranges and gives you a real feel for the outback. Dinner around the campfire makes for a very social time with another night out under the stars. Tonight, listen for the sound of dingoes howling in the distance while watching the desert sky light up above you.

Day 3: Uluru - Alice Springs Today we head off to Watarrka (Kings Canyon) for a mind blowing 6km walk through the towering walls, crevices and plateaus of Watarrka. We’ll visit the Amphitheatre, Lost City and the tranquil “Garden of Eden”. Later we start making our way back to Alice Springs travelling on a typical outback dirt road. We’ll drop you back at your accommodation early evening and usually all meet later for a bit of a night on the town (Alice seems like the big smoke after 3 days in the bush).

Departures: April - March

Darwin and Kakadu Discovery Darwin is a multicultural tropical city with palm fringed beaches, blood orange sunsets, buzzing markets and pulsing nightlife. The lush Botanic Gardens and the Chinese Temple, which was re-built after it was totally demolished by Cyclone Tracy in 1974, are a popular choice for visitors to the “Top End” capital. Perhaps tour the historic sites of the city including the East Point Military Precinct. Visit the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets between April and October. Then join a day tour to Kakadu National Park. A timeless place – a landscape of exceptional beauty and diversity. Teeming with wildlife in the water, on the land and in the air, there are many species which provide a diversity and concentration seen nowhere else. Touring highlights can include a visit nourlangie Rock, where your Guide will lead a walk to view ancient Aboriginal rock art. Or join a local guide for a cruise on the famous Yellow Water Billabong – search for saltwater crocodiles.

5 DAYS/4 NIGHTS in Northern Territory

NORTHERN TERRITORY - Suggested Itineraries

4 DAYS/3 NIGHTS in Northern Territory

Uluru and Kings Canyon Join a tour departing from Alice Springs and travel through the West MacDonnell and James Ranges. Visit Kata Tjuta and Walpa Gorge enroute to Uluru. Witness the spectacular sun set and the changing colours of Uluru and capture the first rays of the rising sun the Red Centre. Visit the beautiful Mutitjulu Waterhole, view Aboriginal rock paintings and learn about Aboriginal and European history of Uluru from expert guides. Visit the Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre to learn about Aboriginal Culture. Then travel to Kings Canyon and view the sun set behind Carmichales Crag. Perhaps join a guided climb to the rim of Kings Canyon for marvellous views or a gentler walk to the canyon floor.

6 DAYS/5 NIGHTS in Northern Territory Top End Highlights Darwin is the capital city of the Northern Territory and a major gateway to northern Australia. The city has an incredible vibe, with a diverse and multicultural population. A city that has experienced a number of makeovers due to tropical cyclones and encounters with Japanese bombs in WWII. Kakadu National Park, home to stunning landscapes of towering peaks, monsoon-fed rainforests, dramatic waterfalls, pandanus forests and cycad-fringed pools. Kakadu contains one of the greatest concentrations of rock art sites in the world and constitutes one of the longest historical records of any group of people. Far more than just a township, the Katherine region, stretches from the Western Australian border to the remote eastern coastline, taking in numerous Aboriginal communities. Its diverse landscapes and unique ecosystems set the scene for outback adventure activities like fishing, canoeing, bushwalking, bird watching, camping and four-wheel driving.


NORTHERN TERRITORY - Central Australia

Central Australia Central Australia has one of the most unique landscapes in the world, also known as the Red Centre. It is one big cultural experience bringing people closer to the world’s oldest living culture. With a wide range of attractions, Central Australia does not disappoint. Things to do in Central Australia Watch the transformation of Uluru at sunrise or sunset Join a tour to the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park to learn about the local plant and animal life as well as the ancient rock art. Dine under the stars in the outback against the backdrop of Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Ride on a camel to explore the great Central Australian desert

Credit: Tourism Australia

Enjoy panoramic views of central Australia from the comfort of a hot air balloon Take an adventure and go for a sky dive. Enjoy a guided hike along Kings Canyon for spectacular views

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SEIT All – Uluru And Kata Tjuta Operator: SEIT Outback Australia

Sightseeing Come and SEIT Outback Australia with us and discover Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park on a small group tour with a maximum of 11 people. Our friendly, knowledgeable guides focus on providing you with the ultimate interpretive experience to Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Our great value SEIT All Package combines our sunrise Kata Tjuta tour with our sunset Uluru tour to allow you to experience these amazing icons at the best time of day. This tour includes professionally guided 5 hour sunrise and sunset tours including outback picnic breakfast at Kata Tjuta and sunset sparkling wine and nibbles at Uluru


Duration: 10 hours or 2 x 5 hours over 2 days Departs: Daily except Christmas Day

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SEIT Patji - A True Aboriginal Experience

Camel to Sunrise or Sunset Tour



Operator: SEIT Outback Australia

Accompany the Uluru family to their traditional homelands called Patji and spend time learning about the oldest living culture in the world. Explore this extraordinary environment south of Uluru by 4WD with your Aboriginal host, stopping at various points of interest along the way. The Uluru family want to share their story with you. Join them at a remote shelter to talk about family history and then continue on to a private Patji sand dune to marvel at the expanse of the desert overlooking Uluru and Kata Tjuta.

Duration: 7 hours Departs: Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday between 1pm and 2pm, April - October. At 7am, November - March.

Operator: Uluru Camel Tours

Enjoy the cool morning air as the sun rises and skilled cameleers describe the flora and fauna on a camel ride through stunning sanddune country with the awe-inspiring backdrop of Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Or, take a late afternoon ride and watch as the sun sets over the desert. A glass of sparkling wine or beer and bush snacks await you at the end of the trail.

Duration: 2.5 hours Departs: Daily 1 hour prior to sunrise or 1 hour prior to sunset

Tandem Skydiving

Operator: Outback Ballooning

Operator: Skydive Uluru



Floating gently in the air you will appreciate the vast remoteness of the Australian outback. Big red kangaroos are seen nearly every day as the balloon crosses high above spinifex grasses, mulga scrub and cattle stations. After landing, there is time to enjoy the desert tranquility and light refreshments accompanied by sparkling wine and fruit juice with your hosts.

Duration: Approximately 4 hours Departs: Daily from Alice Springs approximately 1 hour prior to first light

Make your visit to Ayers Rock unforgettable! Enjoy the scenic flight of Uluru with views of Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), Lake Amadeus and Mt. Connor as you fly up to jump altitude. Exit the aircraft from 12,000 feet to experience maximum free fall followed by a parachute flight back to the Drop Zone landing area at Ayers Rock Resort. All Skydive Uluru tandem skydiving instructors are qualified by the Australian Parachute Federation and are experienced skydivers. You will be picked up from your accommodation at Ayers Rock Resort and returned to your accommodation after the experience.

Duration: Every 2 hours from sunrise to sunset Departs: 6 days/week. Closed on 25th December and 1st January. Credit: James Fisher/Tourism Australia

Tali Wiru

Sounds of Silence

Desert Awakenings Tour

Operator: Voyages Ayers Rock Resort

Operator: Voyages Ayers Rock Resort

Operator: Voyages Ayers Rock Resort




Tali Wiru, meaning ‘Beautiful Dune’ in the local Anangu language is an exceptional dining experience. Enjoy Champagne and canapés as the sun sets, then sit down to an intimate dining experience consisting of a 4-course table d’hôte dinner paired with premium Australian wines. After dinner a local storyteller will delight with celestial creation stories while a didgeridoo plays softly in the background.

Duration: 4.25 hours Departs: Daily 1 hour prior to sunset, weather permitting. (Tali Wiru Season: 01 April - 15 October)

Dine under a million stars at the award-winning Sounds of Silence dining experience. Travel out to a private setting in the desert. Sip sparkling wine as the sun slowly sets over Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Then listen as an astronomer explains the spectacular southern starscape while you enjoy a BBQ buffet of authentic Australian delicacies. Sounds of Silence is a must on any Red Centre experience.

Duration: 4 hours Departs: Daily 1 hour prior to sunset, weather permitting

NORTHERN TERRITORY - Central Australia

Early Morning Hot Air Balloon Flight

Travel away from the crowds to a secluded sand dune to watch the spectacular sight of sunrise over Uluru and Kata Tjuta. This small group tour is designed to introduce you to the natural and cultural landscapes of this remarkable region. Enjoy breakfast. Visit UluruKata Tjuta National Park and Cultural Centre, a vibrant and engaging place to learn about the ancient lore of local Anangu, in fascinating detail. This tour is a much sought-after experience that delivers insight into the culture, heritage and history of Australia’s heartland.

Duration: 5 hours Departs: Daily 1 hour prior to sunrise

3 Day Uluru Adventure Original Operator: Intrepid Travel


3 days/2 nights

Itinerary Day 1: Alice Springs – Kata Tjuta and Uluru Kick things off with a trip to a working camel farm and take an optional ride on one of these nomadic creatures. Make tracks across sunburnt plains to the captivating domes of Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), which means ‘Many Heads’ in the Pitjantjatjara language. Watch the colour of the rock change as the sun sets over spectacular Uluru (Ayers Rock). At the day’s end, sit down to the 1000 Star Dinner, gazing up at the radiant sky over a fine repast of locally sourced food and wine. Retire to your cosy permanent tent.

Day 3: Kings Canyon – Alice Springs Grab your hiking shoes and tackle the scenic Rim Walk, discovering the remarkable formations and towering rock faces that make up the grand Kings Canyon. Wander past the park’s ochre-coloured rock walls and columns, visit the famous sites of the Lost City and the Amphitheatre, and relax in the shady surrounds of the Garden of Eden. After sitting down to relax, and tucking into a tasty lunch, journey once again through the desert and return to Alice Springs.

Departs: Daily NOTE: Original accommodation is permanent twin share tents including proper beds, linen, pillow, towel, light and a fan.

Day 2: Uluru – Kings Canyon Rise early to catch a stunning sunrise, and go for an unguided exploration around the base of Uluru. The rock, with its subtly shifting shades and hues, is a delight to view from different vantage points. Learn about one of the world’s oldest living cultures on an interpretive walk with an Indigenous guide. This includes a visit to the intriguing cave paintings near Mutitjulu Waterhole. Browse Aboriginal arts and crafts at the cultural centre, then travel to your campsite (located near Watarrka National Park) for another night camped under vivid constellations.


NORTHERN TERRITORY - Central Australia

Voyages Sails in the Desert

Voyages Desert Gardens Hotel

Voyages Emu Walk Apartments

Yulara Drive, Yulara

Yulara Drive, Yulara

Yulara Drive, Yulara

The premier property of Ayers Rock Resort. Sensational dining, superb accommodation and friendly service make this the most popular choice.

Offering a range of accommodation, set amongst magnificent ghost gums and flowering native shrubs.

Light, spacious and well-equipped apartments, ideally suited for family groups and friends travelling together.




North-western fringe of Ayers Rock Resort, with the other hotels and town square only minutes away.

Property Facilities • 3 restaurants • bar • pool • heated pool • day spa • tour desk • parking facilities • shop • tennis court

Accommodation • 232 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • bathrobes

Property Facilities • 2 restaurants • bar • pool • tour desk • parking facilities • shop

Accommodation • 218 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • bathrobes

Just minutes from the hub of the resort, the town square, including supermarket and shops.

Property Facilities • Tour desk • parking facilities

Accommodation • 60 apartments • air-conditioning • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • balcony • hairdryer • fully-equipped kitchen • in-house movies

DoubleTree by Hilton Alice Springs

Aurora Alice Springs

Voyages Outback Pioneer Hotel

82 Barrett Drive, Alice Springs

11 Leichhardt Terrace, Alice Springs

Yulara Drive, Yulara

Experience eco-friendly luxury, excellent facilities and magnificent views of the MacDonnell Ranges.

Aurora Alice Springs is in a great spot for the many restaurants, cafes, galleries, museums and nightlife of downtown.

With a rustic theme, this hotel is great for couples, families and friends, offering a true outback experience. The Outback BBQ is a must do!




One and a half kilometres drive to the heart of Alice Springs. The casino and convention centre are only a five-minute walk away.

Property Facilities • 2 restaurants - including the new venue, Saltbush • bar • heated pool • WiFi • fitness centre • complimentary parking • tennis court • adjacent golf course

Accommodation • 235 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • tea/coffee making facilities • WiFi • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board


Close to all resort and touring facilities with Ayers Rock Airport only 15 minutes drive away.

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Situated on the Todd Street Mall in the heart of Alice Springs, central to restaurants, cafes and shopping.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • tour desk • parking Accommodation • 109 rooms • air-conditioning • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • iron/ironing board

On the western edge of Ayers Rock Resort, 15 minutes from the airport. Within walking distance to the main resort centre.

Property Facilities • 2 restaurants • bar • pool • tour desk • parking facilities • shop

Accommodation • 125 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

Darwin is the base for tours in and around the country’s Top End. This vibrant, tropical capital has a youthful energy you’ll find hard to resist. A multi-cultural city, it boasts a relaxed lifestyle and a huge choice of activities for the visitor. The city’s colourful outdoor markets are world renowned and restaurants range from fine dining to the more casual fish and chips on the wharf. Things to do in Darwin Wander through the Aboriginal art galleries Learn of the region’s dramatic history from World War II air raids to Cyclone Tracy in the museums and galleries



Sail on Darwin Harbour at sunset, cruise next to crocodiles and bushwalk through monsoon forest Have dinner at the Mindil Beach Sunset markets, enjoy the varied entertainment and browse some 200 stalls Explore sacred Aboriginal sites at Casuarina Coastal Reserve Get up close to fish, birds of prey, nocturnal animals and reptiles in the Territory Wildlife Park Have a close crocodile encounter Crocosaurus Cove, located in the heart of Darwin city, allows visitors a unique, up close and personal view of Australia’s iconic Saltwater Crocodiles. Do a day trip to Litchfield National Park where you can swim in crystal-clear waterholes and see thousands of tall termite mounds

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Golf Course



Charles Darwin National Park




Botanic Gardens


3 Darwin Entertainment Centre



Fannie Bay Gaol



To Darwin Airport (15 minutes) and national parks







Museum & Art Gallery of NT Mindil Beach 8 Cullen Casino


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Beagle Gulf East Point Reserve


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Wharf Precinct

DARWIN ACCOMMODATION 1. Darwin Central Hotel 2. Doubletree By Hilton Darwin 3. Doubletree By Hilton Esplanade Darwin 4. Hilton Darwin 5. Oaks Elan Darwin

6. Palms City Resort 7. Travelodge Mirambeena Resort Darwin DARWIN – MINDIL BEACH ACCOMMODATION 8. SKYCITY Darwin



The Ultimate Tour

Crocosaurus Cove Darwin

Operator: Outback Floatplane Adventures

Operator: Crocosaurus Cove Darwin



The Ultimate Tour is an action packed half day adventure designed to show the Northern Territory at its best! Suitable for everyone, The Ultimate Tour starts with a scenic flight complete with a spectacular floatplane landing on the waters of Sweets Lagoon where your once in a lifetime adventure unfolds. This unique experience combines a floatplane, airboats, amazing scenery, an abundance of wildlife, a swim in a ‘croc-safe’ cage and a cruise all in one adventure!

Duration: 5 hours Departs: Daily

Come face to face with the World’s largest reptile in the Cage of Death. Experience the thrill of sharing the very environment of a 5m + Saltwater crocodile. Marvel at their size and their prehistoric features and prepare for your heart to start racing as you catch each other’s eye.Each Cage of Death experience includes 15 minutes in an enclosure with one of these massive reptiles. Operated by an over-head monorail and designed for 1 or 2 people per cage, the Cage of Death has you suspended above the crocodile before being lowered into the pen for a closer encounter with these amazing reptiles. Experience Australia’s only crocodile cage dive, located in the heart of Darwin.

Opening Hours: Daily, 9am - 6pm

Arnhem Land and Kakadu Adventure Operator: Intrepid Travel

Sightseeing Learn about local culture and customs from a Binninj (indigenous) guide while cruising up the spectacular East Alligator River, then uncover art from tens of thousands of years ago on a visit to Mawurndaddja rock art and occupation complex. Take a dip in the secret waterholes of Kakadu. From the red soil to the orange sunset – this adventure will leave you with a lasting impression of the beauty and culture of the Australia’s rugged north.

Duration: 3 Days/2 Nights Departs: April - October: Tuesday, Friday. June - August: Additional departure on Sundays.

4 Day 4WD Kakadu/Katherine/Litchfield Adventure Operator: Intrepid Travel

Day 1: Darwin, Litchfield and Mary River Visit Florence Falls, Wangi Falls and the Buley Rockhole in Litchfield National Park. After a picnic lunch, stroll through steamy rainforests and cool off with a dip in one of Litchfield’s picturesque swimming holes. Finish the day with a wildlife cruise in the spectacular Mary River Wetlands. Overnight: Camp in the Mary River

Day 2: Kakadu National Park


4 days/3 nights Includes:

• Experienced guide and travel 4WD vehicle • Meals: 3 Breakfasts, 4 Lunches, 3 Dinners • National park entry fees • Accommodation in permanent twin share tents

Today we head to Kakadu National Park where we discover ancient Aboriginal rock art at Ubirr, where your guide will lead an interpretive cultural walk through the different rock art galleries. Next we head to Maguk (Barramundi Gorge) where a hike is rewarded with a reviving swim in the beautiful clear plunge pools.

Day 4: Katherine Gorge – Darwin Spend the morning exploring the majestic Katherine Gorge. After lunch we head to the beautiful Edith falls for one last refreshing swim in the huge plunge pool before we hit the road back to Darwin, where your adventure comes to an end on arrival. Perhaps enjoy one final group dinner in town and toast to your adventure with your new friends..

Departure: April - September: Tuesday, Saturday. July September: Additional departure on Thursdays. NOTE: Tropical Summer itinerary may apply in shoulder months May and October. Should any of the attractions of the standard itinerary not be open as a result of National Park decisions surrounding accessibility and safety, the activities will be substituted. The opening and closing of ‘dry season’ activities varies from year to year.

Overnight: Camp in Jabiru

Day 3: Kakadu – Katherine This morning you have the option of a scenic flight over Kakadu the sheer size of Kakadu means the only way to truly appreciate it is from the sky. Exploring Kakadu’s other major Aboriginal rock art site Nourlangie (or Burrungi as it is known to its local traditional owners). After lunch we head south stopping to visit the historic gold-mining centre of Pine Creek and Edith Falls. Overnight: Camp near Katherine Gorge

5 Day Arnhem Land and Top End Adventure Operator: Intrepid Travel

Day 1: Darwin – Kakadu Firstly, we make our way to see the stunning rock art at Ubirr before climbing to the top of a lookout to see the sprawling Nardab Floodplain. Next stop is the border of Kakadu and Arnhem Land to experience the Guluyumbi cruise where your Binninj guide explain to you the importance of the East Alligator River. Visit Mawurndaddja to see the history and culture of this region through artwork that is many thousands of years old. Overnight: Camp in Kakadu

Day 2: Kakadu Sightseeing

5 days/4 nights Includes:

• Experienced guide and travel in all-terrain vehicle • Meals: 4 Breakfasts, 4 Lunches, 4 Dinners • National park entry fees • Accommodation in permanent twin share tents or swag

Travel by 4WD to the Twin Falls. Experience this spectacular gorge aboard a boat shuttle that’s operated by the national park, with a walk along the boardwalk afterwards. Unwind and relax on the sandy banks before heading to explore Jim Jim Falls. Overnight: Bush camp in Kakadu

Day 3: Kakadu – Katherine Gorge Head to either Maguk (Barramundi Gorge) or Gunlom Falls and cool off with a dip in the plunge pools. Stop off at the Lazy Lizard Hotel and shop at Pine Creek before heading further south after lunch to Nitmiluk National Park. Overnight: Camp near Katherine Gorge


Day 4: Katherine Gorge Spend the morning at the magnificent Katherine Gorge in Nitmiluk National Park where you can choose from a range of optional activities. In the afternoon, head off to Edith Falls where you can cool down with a refreshing swim in the huge rock pools. Continue on to the edge of Litchfield National Park. Overnight: Camp in Litchfield region

Day 5: Litchfield – Darwin Visit the gateway of Florence Falls, the popular Wangi Falls and the refreshing waters of the Buley Rockholes in Litchfield National Park. Enjoy a picnic lunch, stroll through steamy rainforests and cool off with a dip in one of Litchfield’s swimming holes.

Departure: April - October: Tuesday, Friday. June - August: Additional departure on Sundays. NOTE: Should any of the attractions of the standard itinerary not be open as a result of National Park decisions surrounding accessibility and safety, activities will be substituted.

32 Mitchell Street, Darwin

Relax by the 10th-floor outdoor pool. Enjoy a modern Australian menu and locally sourced produce at Mitchell’s restaurant. Location In a premier location in the heart of the city and overlooking Darwin Harbour.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • pool • fitness centre • 24 hour reception • concierge • WiFi

Accommodation • 237 rooms • Wifi • on-demand movies • air-conditioning • tea/coffee making facilities • refrigerator • in-room safe • iron/ironing board • hairdryer

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Travelodge Resort Darwin

DoubleTree by Hilton Esplanade Darwin

DoubleTree by Hilton Darwin

116 Esplanade, Darwin

122 Esplanade, Darwin

The large free form pool is a great spot for all to relax and soak up the sun. For that extra space and comfort, try the Tower rooms.

Unwind in a newly refurbished guest room or suite. Dine at Aqua, overlooking Darwin’s largest outdoor pool.

Enjoy sweeping views of Darwin Harbour from your Juliet balcony and unwind with a meal by the pool al fresco style in the restaurant.




64 Cavenagh Street, Darwin

Just 400 metres from Darwin’s Central Business District and major shopping mall. It is a short drive to the markets at Mindil Beach.

Property Facilities

Next to Darwin Entertainment Centre and within walking distance to the Central Business District, shopping, restaurants and bars.

Property Facilities

• 2 restaurants • 2 bars • 2 pools • WiFi access • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • parking facilities

• Restaurant • bar • pool • WiFi • parking facilities



• 205 rooms • 32 townhouses • air-conditioning • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

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Within walking distance of the Central Business District, shopping, restaurants and bars, on the picturesque Esplanade.

Property Facilities

• Restaurant • bar • pool • WiFi access • fitness centre • complimentary parking



Hilton Darwin

• 184 rooms • air-conditioning • WiFi • on-demand movies • tea/coffee making facilities • refrigerator • Juliet balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

• 197 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • tea/coffee making facilities • WiFi • on-demand movies • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

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Skycity Darwin Gilruth Avenue, The Gardens, Darwin

Escape reality in the luxury of SKYCITY Darwin’s hotel and resort. An array of restaurants, bars & 2 pools ensures the entertainment never stops. Location The property is located along the foreshore of iconic Mindil Beach with the ease of access to Darwin City.

Property Facilities • 4 Restaurants • 4 Bars • Infinity Pool overlooking the Arafura Sea • Lagoon Pool with manmade beach and swim up bar • Free Wi-Fi • Complimentary Car Parking • Free Gym • Lagoon Day Spa

Accommodation • 32 resort rooms with ground floor direct swim out access • 120 hotel rooms with private balconies • Air conditioning • Free WiFi • Complimentary laundry room • Dry cleaning service available • 24hour in room dining • In room safe • Tea / Coffee making facilities • iPod docking station • Interconnecting rooms available Map Ref: 8



Darwin Central Hotel 21 Knuckey Street, Darwin

The Darwin Central Hotel features beautifully appointed rooms with panoramic views of Darwin and some with kitchenette facilities. Location The Darwin Central Hotel enjoys an unrivalled location surrounded by dining, nightlife, tourist attractions and shopping.

Property Facilities • 24hr Reception • 24hr Porterage • 24hr Room Service • Dry Cleaning Service • Guest Laundry • Valet Car Parking Service • Plunge Pool • Cafes & Restaurants • Tour Booking Service • Conference Facilities • Interconnecting rooms

Accommodation • 132 rooms • TV • Wifi • Minibar • Pay-per-view Movies • Telephone • In room safe • Tea & Coffee Facilities • Iron & Ironing Board • Hairdryer • Working Desk • Walk-in Shower • Airconditioning • Pillow Menu • Rooms with Kitchenette facilities Map Ref: 1

Oaks Elan Darwin 31 Woods Street, Darwin

Located in Darwin’s Central Business District, blending contemporary apartment accommodation with resort-style leisure amenities. Location Blending contemporary apartment accommodation with resortstyle leisure amenities, superior conferencing and events facilities, and a convenient Central Business District location, Oaks Elan Darwin presents as the premier choice for business or pleasure.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • 24 hour reception • gym • room service • pool • free WiFi

Accommodation • 267 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • tea/coffee making facilities • iron/ironing board • kitchen (apartments) • laundry (apartments) Map Ref: 5

Palms City Resort 64 Esplanade, Darwin

An oasis in the heart of the city, offering a range of unique accommodation styles in a tropical garden setting. Location On The Esplanade in downtown Darwin overlooking the beautiful Arafura Sea.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • pool • tour desk • parking

Accommodation • 89 rooms • air-conditioning • overhead fan • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • internet


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Western Australia A land blessed with spectacular diversity, where the deep reds of ancient interior rock formations contrast with the sparkling blue of the Indian and Southern Oceans and the lush greenery of the stunning southern regions. Western Australia, Australia’s largest state is famous for its long days of sunshine, spotless blue skies and brilliant beaches, beautiful rainforests and wine country and the dramatic, rugged scenery of The Kimberley in the north.

Things to do in Western Australia Cruise down Perth’s Swan River to Fremantle or the Swan Valley vineyards Visit wineries fringed by tall forests and crashing surf in the Margaret River Dive with the huge whale sharks on Ningaloo Reef Ride a camel down Broome’s Cable Beach at sunset Four-wheel drive along the remote, beautiful Dampier Peninsula


Fly over the Bungle Bungle ranges

Cable Beach Broome

Take a boat down huge, man-made Lake Argyle in Kununurra

The Kimberley Region

Get gold rush fever in Kalgoorlie Swim from the snow-white beaches of Esperance Delight in getting up close and personal with the bottlenose dolphins at Monkey Mia as they make their daily visit

Exmouth Ningaloo Reef


Visit the extraordinary ancient rock formations at The Pinnacles in the Namburg National Park Enjoy a scenic flight over the fascinating Bungle Bungle Ranges in Purnululu National Park Hire a bike and explore some of the world’s finest beaches and bays as well as the unique and famous ‘Quokka’ of Rottnest Island

Bungle Bungles

Geraldton Kalgoorlie

Rottnest Island PERTH Busselton Margaret River

Fremantle Esperance Pemberton Albany


WESTERN AUSTRALIA - Suggested Itineraries

4 DAYS in Western Australia Margaret River

Margaret River is a superb blend of indulgent experiences and stunning nature. No visit to Western Australia is complete without a visit to Margaret River. Originally known as the chill out town for surfies, Margaret River has evolved into the ultimate smorgasbord of fine wine and good food surrounded by spectacular scenery. The Margaret River region is a pleasant three hour drive south of Perth, from the tranquil waters of Geographe Bay in the north, down the ancient cave-carved LeeuwinNaturaliste Ridge, through the picturesque vineyards and karri forest of the heartland, to the desolate beauty of Cape Leeuwin in the south, this is a place of splendid natural contrasts. Experience this beautiful region. Indulge yourself and stay at the stunning Seashells, Yallingup - you won’t be disappointed. This

beautiful boutique hotel offers the ultimate in gourmet dining. Ask about extending your stay in Margaret River. Itinerary: Perth (1) Yallingup (1) Perth (1) Itinerary includes: • 2 nights accommodation in Perth • 2 day Margaret River Wine Experience • 1 night accommodation at Yallingup Departs from: Perth Duration: 4 days/3 nights

4 DAYS in Western Australia Broome

Broome, the gateway to the Kimberley and beyond is a township rich in pearling history, an oasis of colour, culture and natural beauty. With 22 kilometres of white sand, crystal waters and justifiably the world’s most famous and ideal place to watch the sunset on a balmy tropical night. Shaped by multicultural influences from Malay, China, Japan, and European pearl divers seeking their fortune have blended with Aboriginal Australia to create a captivating, welcoming and colourful personality that is the heart and soul of Broome. One of Broome’s natural treasures is the Staircase to the Moon. For three days after the full moon from March to October, reflections stretch out across shiny mudflats creating the beautiful illusion of a long silver staircase.

Itinerary: Broome (3) Itinerary includes: • 3 nights accommodation in Broome • Afternoon Broome Sites Tour Departs from: Broome Duration: 4 days/3 nights

5 DAYS in Western Australia Monkey Mia, Kalbarri & Pinnacles


Explore the magical wild Dolphins of Monkey Mia, gorges of Kalbarri and the mystical Pinnacles Desert. Monkey Mia is located on a unique section of World Heritage coastline only 30 minutes drive northeast from the town of Denham. Every day a pod of bottlenose dolphins enter into the clear shallows of the bay to interact with humans. The mystical Pinnacles desert is made up of thousands of eerie limestone pillars, up to 4m tall. The moonscape scenery is made by the pillars rising out of the stark desert landscape of yellow quartz sand. It is a favourite subject for photographers. Kalbarri lies on the Western Australian coast, 661km north of Perth. This delightful fishing town is renowned for its rich and diverse wildflower displays during spring and the spectacular gorge and coastal scenery

created by the Murchison River as it cuts its way through Kalbarri National Park, home of the spectacular Natures Window, to the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. Itinerary: Perth (1) Monkey Mia (1) Kalbarri (1) Perth (1) Itinerary includes: • 2 nights accommodation in Perth • 1 night accommodation at Monkey Mia • 1 night accommodation at Kalbarri Departs from: Perth Duration: 5 days/4 nights

Enjoy the sunshine, natural parklands and beach lifestyle of Perth, one of the country’s most beautiful cities and the capital of Western Australia. Here you will discover beautiful beaches, plenty of nightlife, bustling markets, inner city parks, outdoor dining and amazing marine adventures in a picture postcard setting. Perth is a friendly, laid-back city and a great destination in which to relax and unwind. Things to do in Perth Enjoy panoramic views of the city and the Swan River from breathtaking Kings Park Swim, surf or simply sunbathe on the golden sands of Cottesloe Beach



Hear the historic Swan Bells chime in one of the world’s largest instruments, The Bell Tower Sail down the shimmering, blue Swan River Experience the diverse eateries and vibrant nightlife of Northbridge Jump on a ferry to the South Perth foreshore and visit Perth Zoo

North Cottesloe Beach

Step out to Perth’s premier entertainment complex and casino at Burswood Bask in Fremantle’s rich maritime history then take a stroll down the ‘Cappuccino Strip’ to the ‘Freo’ markets Explore Rottnest Island by foot, bike or boat and take a selfie with a quokka, Australia’s cutest native animal Take a scenic trip to Margaret River, one of Australia’s most picturesque wine regions

Kings Park To Scarborough (25 minutes) & Sorrento ES S T


4. Crown Towers Perth 5. Duxlon Hotel 6. Pagoda Resort & Spa 7. Quality Hotel Ambassador Perth





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Barrack Street Jetty

8. Sullivans Hotel Perth 9. Travelodge Perth 10. Seashells Fremantle 11. Quality Resort Sorrento Beach



12. Hyatt Regency Perth 13. Fraser Suites Perth 14. Metro Hotel Perth


Gloucester Park









To Fremantle (30 minutes)

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Indian Pacific Terminal


Kings Park

PERTH HOTELS 1. Comfort Inn & Suites Goodearth Perth 2. Crown Metropol Perth 3. Crown Promenade Perth


























To Perth Airport (25 minutes)

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W.A.C.A Oval 2 6


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SCARBOROUGH HOTELS 15. Rendezvous Hotel Perth Scarborough 16. Seashells Scarborough



Perth Sightseeing Pass Operator: ADAMS Pinnacle Tours

Sightseeing SAVE up to 25% with this fantastic Perth Sightseeing Pass

The Pass 2 package includes: • Return Airport or Rail transfers • Half Day Perth and Fremantle Explorer • Plus 1 full day Tour from Perth! We offer a great selection of one day tours that will show you the best of Perth and its surrounding areas. There is something for everyone, from the thrill of sand boarding to the mystical beauty of the Pinnacle Desert. • Pinnacles, Koalas & Sand Boarding 4WD Adventure • Pinnacle Desert, New Norcia and Seasonal Wildflowers • Wave Rock, York, Seasonal Wildflowers and Aboriginal Culture • Margaret River, Cave, Wine, Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse and Busselton Jetty • Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk • Perth’s Best Wildflower Tour NOTE: Pass must be bought prior to arrival in Perth. Conditions apply.

Discover Rottnest Island

Swan River Seaplanes

Rottnest Island Day Return

Operator: Rottnest Express

Operator: Swan River Seaplanes

Operator: SeaLink Rottnest Island




Rottnest Island is Perth’s island playground and a visit to the island is an absolute must. Enjoy a leisurely commentated cruise along the Swan River to Fremantle, then a 25 minute express ocean crossing to Rottnest Island. On arrival, there is time to explore before embarking on a guided 90 minute coach tour of the island. Explore spectacular locations, hear the fascinating history and enjoy the rugged beauty of the majestic west end.

Duration: 9 hours Departs: Daily from Barrack Street Jetty at 8:30am

Swan Valley Gourmet Wine Cruise

Duration: Various Departs: Daily

Operator: Captain Cook Cruises WA



Duration: 7.25 hours (9:45am-5pm) Departs: Daily from Barrack St Jetty, Perth

Departing daily from Fremantle, discover the best of Perth’s favourite island paradise with SeaLink Rottnest Island. Enjoy breathtaking beaches, bays, and plenty of opportunities for a quokka selfie, snorkel, or bike ride around this exquisite island. Maximise your time on the island by travelling on one of our many daily departures available on-board Quokka 1 - the newest and most environmentally friendly vessel to be servicing Rottnest Island. Discover more with SeaLink Rottnest Island.

Duration: Varies, 6 departures daily Departs: 7am, 9:10am, 11:05am

Captains Buffet Dinner Cruise

Operator: Captain Cook Cruises WA

Relax and enjoy the landscape as you escape the city and cruise into the upper reaches of the picturesque Swan Valley. Enjoy cheese and wine tasting on your journey to the prestigious Sandalford Estate. On arrival, sample a selection of fine wines together with a behind the scenes wine-making tour followed by a two course gourmet lunch. A cake selection is served on the return cruise and live entertainment follows as you enjoy complimentary wine on board.


Perth’s gold award-winning tour, escorts you from the heart of the city on a carefully created, bespoke itinerary to Western Australia’s premier destinations. From the comfort of our state of the art seaplane you will experience stunning panoramic views of Perth’s metropolitan backdrop and rugged Western Australian landscape. Tour luxuriously on exclusive visits to Margaret River, Rottnest Island and Australia’s Coral Coast before returning in unique style with a water landing on the Swan River.

We invite you to sit back, relax and enjoy the evening atmosphere whilst our crew helps make your experience one to remember. On arrival at your table, enjoy freshly baked bread with olive oil. The tempting hot buffet awaits, complemented by fresh seasonal salads. Complimentary beer, wine and soft drink is available for the duration of the cruise, whilst you enjoy live entertainment on board this magical night on the Swan River.

Duration: 3 hours Departs: 7:30pm

Credit: Australia’s Coral Coast

Great Eastern Hwy, Perth

The epitome of luxury, guest rooms and suites at Crown Towers Perth command magnificent Perth views. Location Crown Towers Perth is within easy access of the city centre, major sporting and cultural attractions as well as the domestic & international airports.

Property Facilities • 10 restaurants • 9 bars • day spa • pool • gym • business centre



Crown Towers Perth

• 500 Rooms • air-conditioning • room service • mini bar • tea/coffee making facilities • complimentary WiFi • bathrobes and slippers • hair dryer • iron and ironing board

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Crown Metropol Perth Great Eastern Highway, Burswood

With spacious rooms and with a wide range of amenities and services to enjoy, this is a true resort experience in the city!

Location On the banks of the famous Swan River, Crown Metropol offers luxury accommodation in central Perth. Located within close proximity to the international and domestic airports and only a short drive to the Central Business District.

Property Facilities • 10 restaurants • 9 bars • heated pool • indoor pool • waterslide • gym • tour desk • parking • shop

Accommodation • 400 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • bathrobes Map Ref: 2

Crown Promenade Perth Great Eastern Hwy & Bolton Ave, Burswood

You can experience all that Crown Perth has to offer including dining, bars and luxury retail stores.

Location Situated on the Swan River within walking distance of Perth’s Central Business Dristict, the new Perth stadium and Elizabeth Quay close by.

Property Facilities • Complimentary morning shuttle to the City (weekdays) • Complimentary Wi-Fi • Joe’s Oriental Diner • Cafe restaurant • The Conservatory Lounge Bar • Plain Street Bar • Fitness Centre • Heated Outdoor Pool • Sauna • Spa

Accommodation • 367 guest rooms & suites • Regency Club options • Complimentary WiFi • Swan River or Perth City views Map Ref: 3



Duxton Hotel Perth

Hyatt Regency Perth

Fraser Suites Perth

1 St Georges Terrace, Perth

99 Adelaide Terrace, Perth

10 Adelaide Terrace, East Perth

Centrally located with a wide range of services and facilities, this hotel is ideal whether visiting for leisure or business.

Stylish and spacious, offering a haven of relaxation, with the largest guestrooms in Perth’s Central Business District.

Overlooking the Swan River, Fraser Suites offers luxuriously appointed Studios and Apartments Suites with five star services and facilities.




In the heart of the city, a few minutes walk from Perth’s shops, restaurants and Swan River.

Property Facilities

Situated on the Swan River within walking distance of Perth’s Central Business Distict, the new Perth stadium and Elizabeth Quay close by.

Property Facilities

• Restaurant • 2 bars • outdoor heated pool and spa • gym with sauna and steam room • free WiFi • tour desk • valet parking • 306 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • hairdryer • iron/ ironing board • in-room safe


• Heirloom Restaurant & Bar • Lobby Bar • 24 hour gym • Indoor pool, sauna and spa • 24 hour reception and concierge • 24 hour in room dining • Free WiFi

Accommodation • 236 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • tea/coffee making facilities • Free WiFi • hairdryer • iron/ ironing board • in-room safe • Fully furnished serviced residences

• 367 guest rooms & suites • Regency Club options • Complimentary WiFi • Swan River or Perth City views Map Ref: 5

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Travelodge Perth

Pagoda Resort & Spa - Como

417 Hay Street, Perth

112 Melville Parade, Como

Stylishly refurbished hotel in the heart of Perth’s shopping areas. Ideally located for business or leisure guests.

Take time out to experience one of Perth’s famous historic riverside landmarks, the Pagoda Resort & Spa.

A comfortable city hotel at an affordable price offering excellent value for money.




Ideally located in the heart of Perth’s main shopping areas and on the business district fringe.

Property Facilities

Overlooking Perth’s famous Swan River, the hotel is just 10 minutes from the Central Business District.

Centrally located in the Central Business District, close to the city’s main shopping and entertainment district.

Property Facilities

• Restaurant • bar • heated pool • sauna • guest lounge • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • parking facilities


• Restaurant • bar • gym • sauna • guest laundry • tour desk • parking facilities


• 123 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi • hairdryer • iron/ ironing board


• 101 rooms and apartments • air-conditioning • free daily mini-bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free high speed WiFi • hairdryer • in-room safe • spa bath/jacuzzi in room • satellite TV • fully-equipped kitchen & laundry facilities (apartments only) Map Ref: 9

Sullivans Hotel Perth

• 170 rooms • air-conditioning • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi internet • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • Foxtel/cable TV • movies-on-demand Map Ref: 7

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Comfort Inn & Suites Goodearth Perth

166 Mounts Bay Road, Perth

Quality Hotel Ambassador Perth 196 Adelaide Terrace, Perth

Property Facilities

• Restaurant • bar • gym/fitness centre • tour desk

Metro Hotel Perth

195 Adelaide Terrace, Perth

61 Canning Highway , South Perth

Uniquely nestled under Kings Park, this hotel is close to all Perth has to offer. Make use of the hotel’s complimentary bikes.

Dine at the Adelaide’s on The Terrace Restaurant or cook your own meals, this hotel offers you the choice of both. Spacious rooms are great for families and longer stays alike.

Great value mid range hotel with beautiful city views, a range of room types and plentiful free parking.




Perth’s premier location, next to Kings Park and a short stroll to the city and beautiful Swan River.

At the eastern end of the city, just a 10 minute walk to the Central Business District and Barrack Street Jetty.

Property Facilities

Property Facilities

• Cafe • bar • pool • guest laundry • private garden • tour desk • parking facilities

• 24 Hour Front Desk • parking • free WiFi • Red Bill restaurant • outdoor pool and BBQ area • room service • laundry


• 71 rooms • safe • air conditioning • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

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Located on the banks of the Swan River in South Perth with easy access to Perth Airport and the Crown entertainment complex.

Property Facilities

• Restaurant • bar • health spa centre • tour desk • guest laundry • free parking • shop



Property Facilities

• Complimentary morning shuttle to the City (weekdays) • Complimentary WiFi • Joe’s Oriental Diner • Cafe restaurant • The Conservatory Lounge Bar • Plain Street Bar • Fitness Centre • Heated Outdoor Pool • Sauna • Spa


Centrally located close to the WACA Ground, Optus Stadium and Crown Casino, our prime location makes us the perfect hotel to enjoy all the exciting and beautiful attractions Perth has to offer.


• 180 apartments • air-conditioning • refrigerator • kitchenette • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi internet • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • movies on demand • Foxtel/cable TV

• 147 rooms • coffee machine • in room safe • free Wifi • family rooms

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Conveniently located approximately 25 minutes drive northwest of downtown Perth, Scarborough Beach boasts magnificent beaches and foreshores that come alive with the hustle and bustle of restaurants, pubs and cafes.

Seashells Scarborough

Rendezvous Hotel Perth Scarborough

178 The Esplanade, Scarborough

148 The Esplanade, Scarborough

Overlooking Scarborough Beach, these spacious 2 and 3 bedroom apartments are perfect for overnight, romantic weekend or long stay beach holidays.

The Rendezvous Esplanade is a vibrant dining, retail and entertainment precinct. An ideal beach side destination.



Directly opposite Scarborough Beach. A short drive from Perth, Fremantle and Hillary’s Boat Harbour.

Property Facilities • 2 pools • heated pool • BBQ facilities • sauna • free car parking

Overlooking Scarborough Beach, the iconic Rendezvous Hotel Perth Scarborough offers panoramic views across the city’s magnificent coastline and is conveniently located just 20 minutes from Perth Central Business District.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • 2 bars • heated outdoor pool • free WiFi • health spa centre • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • business centre • parking • tennis court

Accommodation • 43 apartments • air-conditioning • refrigerator • fully-equipped kitchen • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • free in-house movies • balcony • hairdryer • laundry • in-room safe

Accommodation • 336 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • bathrobes Map Ref: 16

Fremantle With its famous cappuccino strip, Fremantle is a lively port and harbour with a rich heritage and cultural scene. Visit Fremantle Prison, Arthur’s Head Round House or the colourful boating habour before setting sail for the famous Rottnest Island.

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Seashells Fremantle 1 Silas St, East Fremantle

WESTERN AUSTRALIA - Scarborough & Fremantle


Luxuriously furnished, Seashells Fremantle is conveniently located to explore the favourite haunts of Freo locals.

Location Located in the new Richmond Quarter development East Fremantle, walking distance to the river, Rottnest ferry terminal and the historic harbour city of Fremantle.

Property Facilities • Tour desk • rooftop bar • free car parking

Accommodation • 24 Apartments • air-conditioning • refrigerator • fully-equipped kitchen • laundry • tea/coffee making facilities • hairdryer • in-room safe • free in-house movie • balcony • free WiFi internet Map Ref: 10

Quality Resort Sorrento Beach 1 Padbury Circle, Sorrento

Well-appointed rooms, coupled with fantastic facilities, make this an ideal beach getaway for couples and families alike.

Location A short stroll to Hillarys Boat Harbour for Rottnest Island Ferry and the Aquarium of Western Australia.

Property Facilities • 2 restaurants • bar • pool • tour desk • business centre • parking facilities • free WiFi • free parking

Accommodation • 18 rooms • 64 apartments • air-conditioning • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • WiFi access • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • CD player • fully-equipped kitchen • in-house movies Map Ref: 11



Margaret River Located approximately a 3 hour drive from Perth, in the lush south-western corner of Western Australia, this region is famous for its world-class wines, towering untouched forests and fine white sand.

Darby Park Serviced Residences

Margarets Beach Resort

Cnr Bussell Highway & Tunbridge Street, Margaret River

1 Resort Place, Gnarabup, Margaret River

Award winning fresh and contemporary estate in a perfect location, on the edge of the forest and in the centre of town.

These spacious and stylish open plan apartments have a wonderfully relaxed holiday feel, and are well suited to couples, families and groups.



Bordered by the tranquil state forest and the bustling main street of cosmopolitan Margaret River.

Property Facilities • Private bar • heated pool • free internet • free parking • tennis court • tour desk

Accommodation • 30 studio hotel rooms • 30 apartments • air-conditioning • refrigerator • fully equipped kitchen • microwave • tea/coffee making facilities • free internet • Foxtel • balcony • hairdryer • laundry • in-room safe

Just 500m from pristine Gnarabup Beach and a short 10 minute drive to Margaret River township, attractions and wineries.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • pool • tour desk • parking • bike hire • heated pool • sauna • children’s playground • BBQs

Accommodation • 55 apartments • air-conditioning • overhead fan • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • cooking facilities • washing machine and dryer Studio, 1 & 2 bedroom apartments up to 4 Bedroom Beach House.

Margaret River Wine Experience Operator: ADAMS Pinnacle Tours


2 days/1 night

Itinerary Day 1: Perth – Margaret River Wine Region Travelling south we stop for morning tea (own expense) at the iconic Busselton Jetty, the longest timber jetty in the southern hemisphere. We continue south to the Margaret River Wine Region to enjoy lunch at a Margaret River brewery and indulge in complimentary beer tastings. Next we head out to explore Mammoth Cave on a guided tour. Pass through the stunning Boranup Forest and be awestruck at the size of these massive Karri trees. Afterwards, visit Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse the diving point between the Southern and Indian Oceans. Includes lunch and dinner.

South West This region offers some of the most varied travel experiences in Australia. Discover everything from stunning beaches, towering forests and whale watching to fine food and wine and world-class surfing.

On this day, choose one of ADAMS optional tours. “Top Drop” - Discover the best kept secrets of the wine industry and explore the Margaret River Region in search of its Top Drops. “Food Lovers” - Enjoy a unique gastronomic journey celebrating the region’s food and wine artisans with 5 star wineries and local gourmet foods. Ask about our 3 other alternative day 2 options.

Departure: Daily, September - April. Monday, Thursday & Friday, May - August

Day and half day tours Albany, Bremer Bay and Denmark WA

Wild Seafood Experience

Operator: Busy Blue Bus Tours + Charters

Operator: Mandurah Cruises



Experience the best of the Great Southern. Visit the ‘must see’ attractions of Albany, Bremer Bay (seasonal), Denmark, Torndirrup & Porongorups National Parks, including exclusive ‘behind the scenes’ experiences, with expert local commentary. Visit natural landscapes like The Gap; explore the history of whaling, dig deep in the ANZAC culture; learn the language of the orcas; taste local produce and wines, and we’ll take you there in comfortable, clean coaches.

Duration: Half day or Full day Departs: Daily


Day 2: Tailormade for you

Embark on a 3 hour wild crayfishing experience aboard our luxury fishing vessel - Reel Affair II. Cruise out into the Indian Ocean and help haul up pots, before handling and learning all about the crayfish from our experienced crew. On returning to the calm waters of the estuary, the crew cook and serve a delicious barbeque buffet lunch, centred around the fresh crayfish and including other local seafood (octopus, oysters, crab, prawns and salmon). This is enjoyed with a fine selection of unlimited local wines, beers and soft drinks.

Hours: 10am – 1pm, each Saturday. Check in required at our shop, 73 Mandurah Terrace. Pre booking necessary, 48 hours before departure.

Seashells Yallingup

16 Dolphin Drive, Mandurah

Yallingup Beach Road, Yallingup

Perfect location for travellers exploring the south region. Golf enthusiasts will enjoy the proximity to championship courses.

Perfectly situated amongst the region’s attractions, including vineyards, the Ngilgi Caves and stunning beaches.



Absolute beachfront location on the shores of Comet Bay, next door to the Mandurah Ocean Marina.

Property Facilities • Pool • heated pool • tennis court • tour desk • free car parking

Accommodation • 63 apartments • air-conditioning • refrigerator • fullyequipped kitchen • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi internet • free in-house movies • balcony • hairdryer • in-room safe • spa bath/jacuzzi in room • laundry

Three hours drive south of Perth and a short drive to Margaret River, Dunsborough and Busselton.

Property Facilities • BBQ area • tour desk • free car parking

Accommodation • 38 rooms • air-conditioning • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • balcony • hairdryer • in-room safe • spa bath/jacuzzi in room • fullyequipped kitchen • free in-house movies • laundry


Seashells Mandurah

Credit: Tourism Australia

Abbey Beach Resort

RAC Karri Valley Resort

595 Bussell Highway, Busselton

Vasse Highway, Pemberton

Set amongst beautiful landscaped gardens and offering a myriad of recreational facilities, this beachfront location is the perfect getaway for all.

Set on picturesque Lake Beedelup and amongst Karri Forest, this is a wonderful place to escape to for a relaxing getaway.



Two and a half hour drive from Perth on the Geographe Bay and a short drive from historic Busselton and the gateway to the Margaret River Region.

Property Facilities • 2 restaurants • 2 bars • 3 pools (1 heated, 2 outdoor) • gym/ fitness centre • tour desk • BBQ area • free parking • tennis court • free internet • bike hire • sauna


In the south-west of Western Australia, near Pemberton and a leisurely three and a half hour drive from Perth.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • tour desk • parking facilities • shop • tennis court • canoeing • mini golf • fishing • bush walks • archery


• 213 rooms • 99 apartments • air-conditioning • refrigerator • kitchenette • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi • private balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • spa bath/jazuzzi in room • CD player • DVD Player • Fully equipped kitchen • Foxtel • in-house movies

• 62 rooms • overhead fan • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board Credit: Tourism Western Australia

4 Day Albany ANZAC Tree Top Walk Operator: ADAMS Pinnacle Tours


4 days/3 nights Itinerary Day 1: Perth – Albany

Travel through Mt Barker and indulge in a winery lunch. Travel south to the ANZAC Memorial Centre in Albany.

Day 2: Albany - Pemberton Region Head to the famous Whaleworld interpretation centre for a quick self-guided tour. Travel west to Walpole for a luncheon cruise on the Nornalup Inlet followed by a visit to the valley of the Giants ‘Tree Top Walk’.

Day 3: Pemberton Region - Margaret River Wine Region Stroll through Beedelup Falls then head north through the Boranup Forest to visit August and then cape Leeuwin Lighthouse followed by an experience at Mammoth Cave.

Day 4: Margaret River Wine Region - Perth Visit chocolate and cheese factories and sample delicious local product at a marquee winery. En route to Perth; stop in Busselton and visit the longest jetty in the Southern Hemisphere.

Departure: Selected Mondays from Perth at 8am


WESTERN AUSTRALIA - The Kimberley and Broome

The Kimberley Region Home to huge wilderness sanctuaries, spectacular gorges, thundering waterfalls and the incredible Bungle Bungles. Kununurra is the gateway to the outback experience of The Kimberley and an ideal base to explore this fascinating region. Things to do in The Kimberley Explore the beehive-shaped domes of the Bungle Bungle Range Cruise the Ord River and vast Lake Argyle Get up close to a huge treasure-trove of ancient Aboriginal rock on the Burrup Peninsula, near Dampier Take a boat trip along the Ord River to witness amazing bird and wildlife Go horse riding, cattle mustering, bushwalking, boating, fishing, four-wheel driving and almost anything else you can think of at El Questro Wilderness Park

Broome and Coastal Western Australia Broome, a pearling town with an exotic past, is a tropical oasis nestled alongside the blue waters and white sandy beaches of the Indian Ocean. Australia’s North West is one of the last true wilderness areas. Further south, you’ll find pristine beaches, exotic marine life and the bluest ocean you’ll see anywhere in the world. Things to do in Broome and along the Western Australia Coast Hop on a camel and watch the famous, fiery sunset over Cable Beach Wander through Chinatown, once the bustling hub of pearl shells, billiard saloons, entertainment houses and opium dens Buy coveted South Sea pearls and soak up the melting pot of nationalities in Chinatown Cruise Roebuck Bay on an old pearl lugger Dine beneath the balmy, star-filled sky at a café or restaurant near the beach

Windjana Gorge National Park

See 130 million-year-old dinosaur footprints preserved in rock at Gantheaume Point Explore the underwater world of Ningaloo Reef from either Exmouth or Coral Bay Enjoy getting up close and personal with the dolphins at Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort at Shark Bay, one of the world’s premier dolphin sighting areas


Wandjina Gorge National Park

Broome coastline

Operator: Kimberley Quest

Sightseeing Cruise the Kimberley Kimberley Quest on an extended wilderness expedition along the stunning coastline between Broome & Wyndham The Kimberley Quest II with its custom design allows us to visit areas many other Kimberley cruises simply cannot reach, with a maximum of 18 guests our personalized service and attention to detail assures you an experience never to forget!

Includes: • Cruises include all excursions, gourmet cuisine prepared by our on board chef and transfers. • Our range of Kimberley cruises include a variety of activities with our resident naturalist. Departing each day in either our comfortable shaded excursion vessel, or one of our custom made tenders, you can set out exploring the untouched river systems, visiting waterfalls and gorges, taking refreshing dips in secluded waterholes, viewing ancient Aboriginal rock art, or fishing for the elusive Barramundi, and much more!

Itineraries: Southern Quest – 8 Days Broome to Hunter River Cruise/Fly or vice versa. An extensive exploration taking in the best of the Southern Kimberley.

Northern Quest – 8 Days Mitchell River to Wyndham Fly/cruise or vice versa. Explore spectacular waterfalls, World War II relics and much more.

Adventure Quest – 10 Days Broome to Broome

Ultimate Quest – 14 Days Broome to Wyndham or vice versa. Combining the best icons of the Kimberley coast.

Taste of the Kimberley – 4 Days Cygnet Bay to Cygnet Bay with transfer to/from Broome. Experience the highlights of the Southern Kimberley coast.

Fishing Expeditions Offering some of the best fishing in the world.

4WD Broome to Darwin Overland Operator: Intrepid Travel

S ightseeing

10 Days/9 Nights Itinerary Day 1: Broome

As well as hitting the beach, see a few sights around this interesting Kimberley outpost.

Day 2: Broome - Windjana Gorge Explore Windjana Gorge, once an underwater reef just 350 million years ago.

Day 3: Bell Gorge and the Gibb River Road Travel along the legendary Gibb River Road, a 600 kilometre dirt track running through the centre of the Kimberley region. Depending on the time of year, you may be able to explore the gorges of Galvans or Adcock.

Day 4: Gibb River Road to El Questro Travel on the wild Gibb River Road, making stops for swimming and hiking on the way to Manning Gorge.

Day 5: El Questro Station

Day 6: Purnululu National Park (Bungle Bungle Range)

WESTERN AUSTRALIA - The Kimberley and Broome

Kimberley Quest II

Venture out in a 4WD to take on the challenging terrain of Purnululu National Park, home to the iconic Bungle Bungles.

Day 7: The Bungle Bungles Explore the remarkable rock formations of the Bungle Bungle Range. Hike to the constricted, red gap of Echidna Chasm and the immense Cathedral Gorge.

Day 8: Bungle Bungles and Lake Argyle Today, it’s time for some serious 4WD as you wind your way out of the Bungle Bungles towards Kununurra.

Day 9: Lake Argyle to the Katherine region Explore the fringes of Lake Argyle, forged by the Ord River Dam.

Day 10: Darwin On the final day of the trip, the group will either stop at the secluded gorge of Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) or take one last plunge into the cool waters of Edith Falls. In the afternoon, make your way to Darwin.

Departure: Thursday, April - October

Hike the Cockburn Ranges and swim under the Emma Gorge waterfall in untouched El Questro.

Perth to Broome Overland Operator: Intrepid Travel


10 Days/9 Nights Itinerary Day 1: Perth/ Kalbarri

Drive north to Nambung National Park to explore The Pinnacles, ancient rock sculptures that rise out of the desert. At Jurien Bay you’ll have the opportunity to sand-board down the massive expanse of dunes.

Day 2: Kalbarri National Park to Shark Bay Hike around some of the diverse scenery, including Murchison Gorge, the Loop Walk and Nature’s Window in Kalbarri National Park. After a steep descent into Z-Bend Gorge, take a refreshing dip in the river. Visit the beautiful Shell Beach, which is one of only two beaches in the world composed entirely of shells.

Day 3: Shark Bay to Coral Bay Head to the beach and meet the world famous Monkey Mia dolphins.

Day 4: Coral Bay to Yardi Creek Today explore picturesque Coral Bay, home to the World Heritagelisted Ningaloo Reef. Snorkel equipment is available for your use, or you could cruise the reef in a glass-bottom boat to observe the tropical life teeming below the surface.

Day 5: Exmouth and Cape Range National Park Enjoy a day of freedom and relaxation in Exmouth and the stunning Cape Range National Park.

Day 6: Karijini National Park Head inland today through the vast cattle stations of the Pilbara region to Karijini National Park.

Day 7 & 8: Karijini National Park Over the next two days explore the almighty gorges of Karijini National Park. Formed over 2,500 million years ago, the Hamersley Ranges feature some of the most unusual landforms on Earth.

Day 9: Pilbara Region Visit the iron ore port of Port Hedland, the second most populated town in the Pilbara.

Day 10: Broome Enjoy a leisurely break and stroll along the immense 80-Mile Beach en route to Broome.

Departure: Saturday, April - March. Additional departure on Tuesdays, December - March


WESTERN AUSTRALIA - The Kimberley and Broome

The Pearle Cable Beach Broome

Kimberley Sands Resort and Spa

Seashells Resort Broome

10 Murray Road, Cable Beach, Broome

4-6 Challenor Road, Cable Beach, Broome

For a luxurious private holiday opt for one of the huge apartments which offer luxurious appointments with exclusive use of your own lap pool.

This five-star luxury resort and spa experience is created to nurture you. Whether your quest is serenity or adventure, you’ll find time space and understated elegance.

Large, comfortable apartments, set in beautifully landscaped gardens, perfectly designed for relaxation.




14 Millington Road, Cable Beach, Broome

Close to Cable Beach you will find The Pearle, Broome’s newest jewel in the crown. Offering a selection of 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms or hotel rooms, only 5kms from the airport.

Property Facilities • Pool • heated pool • tour desk • massage room • parking facilities

Accommodation • 71 rooms • 35 apartments • air-conditioning • overhead fan • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • balcony • hairdryer

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • 5 pools • 25m lap pool • health spa centre • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • business centre • parking facilities • shop

Accommodation • 72 rooms • air-conditioning • overhead fan • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • bathrobes

Five minutes walk from Cable Beach and 10 minutes drive from Broome town centre.

Property Facilities • Pool • heated pool • tour desk • free car parking • shop

Accommodation • 49 apartments • air-conditioning • overhead fan • refrigerator • fully-equipped kitchen • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • free in-house movies • balcony • hairdryer • in-room safe • spa bath/jacuzzi in room • laundry

Blue Seas Resort

Oaks Broome

Oaks Cable Beach Sanctuary

10 Sanctuary Road, Cable Beach

99 Robinson St, Broome

Lullfitz Drive, Cable Beach, Broome

Enjoy relaxing on your verandah or balcony while overlooking the crystal clear waters of one of the two inviting pools.

Deluxe resort, promising a touch of subtle luxury and style when visiting this vibrant Outback town with modern apartments and first-class facilities.

Full service apartment-style hotel with modern facilities in traditional Broome style.




Located only 500 metres from the pristine waters of Cable Beach, Blue Seas Resort offers stylish, furnished, fully self-contained apartments, which accommodate up to four people making it a great option for families.

Property Facilities • 2 pools • tour desk • business centre • parking

Accommodation • 44 apartments • air-conditioning • ceiling fan • balcony/terrace • fully-equipped kitchen • television • DVD player • WiFi access


A luxury resort, just five minutes walk along a dedicated path through the dunes to Cable Beach.

Dinosaur footprints

Occupying a central position in the heart of Roebuck Bay

Property Facilities • air conditioning • WiFi onsite car parking • swimming pool • 24hr reception • restaurant and bar onsite

Accommodation • 180 rooms offering Hotel, Studio, 1 & 2 bedroom options • air conditioning • reverse-cycle air conditioning • tea and coffee making facilities • toaster • ensuite • Studio features: LCD TV, Foxtel (FREE in-house movies), kitchenette, hairdryer, iron/ironing board.

Just a kilometre from Cable Beach and five minutes from Chinatown.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • 2 pools • tour desk • parking facilities

Accommodation • 167 apartments • air-conditioning • overhead fan • refrigerator • kitchenette • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

One Day Cape Leveque Operator: ADAMS Pinnacle Tours

It is one of the last true wildreness area. It offers a wide range of attractions and activities for people at all age including the pristine beaches, exotic marine life and the bluest ocean in the world.

Sightseeing Journey to the tip of the Dampier Peninsula to experience the remote coastal wilderness area of Cape Leveque and local Aboriginal Communities. Our journey along rugged road terrain is broken with a stop at Beagle Bay Aboriginal Community. View an exquisite Pearl Shell Altar in a church built in 1918 by Pallotine Monks. Enjoy a beautiful lunch on the dampier peninsula followed by a visit to the remote Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm or an insight into the Kimberley pearling industry. In the afternoon take time to explore Cape Leveque. Swim in the turquoise waters, relax and have a cup of tea at this idyllic location before returning to Broome. For an added thrill and to cap off a sensational day, why not upgrade to a scenic flight home (needs to be pre booked).

Departure: Sunday, Tuesday, Friday, 7am

Sail Ningaloo Operator: Shore Thing Sailing Charters

WESTERN AUSTRALIA - Coastal Western Australia

Coastal Western Australia

Sightseeing Live aboard tours on board the luxuriously appointed sailing catamaran ‘Shore Thing’ allow you to experience Ningaloo Reef in your own time and away from the crowds. The Ningaloo Reef is famous for vibrant corals, colourful reef fish, crystal clear waters and amazing marine life including manta rays, marine turtles, dolphins, dugongs and whales. Guided interpretive activities are our specialty including snorkelling, kayaking, scuba diving, sailing, whale watching and fishing. A pristine environment, a unique vessel, a touch of luxury, and a passionate crew are what you can expect to experience aboard ‘Shore Thing’ with an award winning Advanced Eco-Tourism certified operator. We cater for couples, families and single travellers. 3 night, 5 night & 9 night overnight tours take you to the most exclusive parts of the Ningaloo reef. Also available for private charter and private bookings.

Departure: Feburary - December

Cape Leveque and the Kimberley Coast Operator: Intrepid Travel


2 Days/1 Night

Itinerary Day 1: Broome - Dampier Peninsula Visit the shimmering pearl shell altar at the Beagle Bay Church before arriving at remote Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm. After a picnic lunch, get an insight into this industry on a farm tour, then cruise the extraordinary Islands of the Giant Tides with a local guide. Spend the evening at an exclusive safari camp, nestled on the beach overlooking the bay at Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm, on the Dampier Peninsula.

Day 2: Dampier Peninsula - Broome Travel to One Arm Point to visit an aquaculture hatchery at the tip of the Dampier Peninsula. Share a damper cooked over the fire and learn about traditions, lifestyle and culture. Stop in at the remote wilderness camp of Kooljaman at Cape Leveque and enjoy a swim or perhaps head out on a trail walk. Alternatively, choose to enjoy the beaches and see the famous rugged red coastline for which Cape Leveque is renowned. Drive back through dusk to arrive in Broome.

Departure: Selected Saturdays, April - May & September



South Australia Fine food and wine, world-class arts festivals, some of Australia’s most beautiful scenery and a rich European heritage make this state one of Australia’s most interesting holiday destinations. Two areas you should visit are Kangaroo Island, one of the best places to see native animals in their natural habitats and the Flinders Ranges, an area of stunning beauty, which features the mystically beautiful Wilpena Pound. Things to do in South Australia Cellar hop in the Barossa Valley Visit the picturesque German village of Hahndorf in the Adelaide Hills Meet native wildlife on Kangaroo Island Swim with sea lions on the Eyre Peninsula Four-wheel drive past the deep red gorges of the Flinders Ranges Swim, surf and fish on the pristine beaches of the Fleurieu Peninsula Glide past the willow-fringed banks of the Murray River on a houseboat Dive into shipwrecks and Aboriginal history on the Yorke Peninsula

SOUTH AUSTRALIA Coober Pedy Flinders Ranges

Explore the fossil-rich Naracoorte Caves on the Limestone Coast Sign up for a session at one of South Australia’s cooking schools or gourmet retreats Visit the waterfalls, deep gorges and lush, wooded hillsides of the Morialta Park and Falls Take the family and go on safari at the open range sanctuary of the Monarto Zoo where you will see lions, giraffes, rhinos and much more


Flinders Ranges. Photographer: Paul Torcello

ADELAIDE Kangaroo Island

Clare Valley Barossa Valley Murray River McLaren Vale Limestone Coast

Adelaide and Kangaroo Island indulgence Adelaide, a city surrounded by parklands, historic buildings, street cafes and restaurants. Famous for its food and wine experiences, Adelaide boasts some of Australia’s best chefs. Explore the Art Gallery of Adelaide or visit the Zoo, home to two giant panda – Wang Wang and Funi, the only pandas in the Southern Hemisphere. Take a morning flight to Kangaroo Island (30-minutes) from Adelaide to Kingscote with Regional Express or Air South. Coach/Ferry options available for those preferring not to fly. (Your agent should book this flight separately). Highlights on Kangaroo Island include Seal Bay Conservation Park, Flinders Chase National Park, Remarkable Rocks, fur seals at Cape du Couedic’s Admiral’s Arch, Little Sahara, pristine beaches and stunning coastline, local produce including honey, seafood, marron (freshwater crayfish) and wine, friendly and relaxed locals, and abundant wildlife including

koalas, wallabies, echidnas, kangaroos and little penguins. Southern Ocean Lodge is Australia’s first true luxury lodge, offering a unique and exclusive travel experience on Kangaroo Island in South Australia. Floating atop a secluded cliff on a rugged stretch of coast, the lodge offers spectacular views of the wild Southern Ocean and pristine Kangaroo Island wilderness. Itinerary: Adelaide (1) Kangaroo Island (2) Adelaide (1) Itinerary includes: • 2 nights accommodation in Adelaide • 2 nights accommodation on Kangaroo Island • Fights from Adelaide to Kangaroo Island and return are not included Departs from: Adelaide Duration: 5 days/4 nights

SOUTH AUSTRALIA - Suggested Itineraries

5 DAYS in South Australia

6 DAYS in South Australia Adelaide, Flinders Ranges and Clare Valley Driving is the best way to explore the South Australian outback. The following suggested itinerary journeys via Port Augusta on the coast and returns via the scenic Clare Valley and Gawler Ranges. Port Augusta is situated on the quiet waterways at the head of Spencer Gulf. A number of historic places of interest can be viewed in a leisurely heritage walk of the township. A tour of Wadlata’s Tunnel of Time is a must before heading to the Flinders Ranges The Flinders Ranges is an ancient landscape – explore the magnificent natural amphitheatre of Wilpena Pound, it is the centrepiece of the Flinders Ranges National Park. Its red ramparts measuring 8 by 17 kilometres, holds spiritual significance for the local Aboriginal people. To truly experience Wilpena Pound take to

the skies with a scenic flight. Rawnsley Park Station provides the perfect base for exploring the Flinders Ranges. Returning to Adelaide via the scenic Clare Valley, a unique region that owes its grape growing beginnings to Jesuit priests back in 1851. Itinerary: Adelaide (1) Port Augusta (1) Wilpena Pound (2) Clare Valley (1) Itinerary includes: • Europcar/Hertz car hire • 1 night accommodation in Adelaide • 1 night accommodation in Port Augusta • 2 nights accommodation at Wilpena Pound • 1 night accommodation at Claire Valley Departs from: Adelaide Duration: 6 days/5 nights

3 DAYS in South Australia Food, Wine and the Barossa Valley Adelaide is Australia’s wine capital and the gateway to the Barossa Valley. Start your Adelaide discovery at the 140 year old Central Market – with more than 80 stalls, shops and cafes and finish in Gouger or Rundle Street where you will find an eclectic choice of restaurants. Choose from traditional European to South Pacific cuisine and just about anything in between. Be sure to visit Haigh’s Chocolates – Australia’s oldest familyowned chocolate manufacturers. Travel in a small coach and enjoy a tour to South Australia’s premium wine region, the Barossa, on this one day food and wine tour. Take time to sample some of the Barossa’s finest wines and gourmet food that makes this wine region so special. On this tour we will visit 5 cellar doors including the incredible Saltram Wine Centre where we will enjoy a Barossa gourmet lunch and wine tastings at this spectacular cellar door facility.

Itinerary: Adelaide (2) Itinerary includes: • 2 nights accommodation in Adelaide • Full day Barossa Food & Wine Experience Departs from: Adelaide Duration: 3 days/2 nights


SOUTH AUSTRALIA - Suggested Itineraries

Flinders Ranges Outback Tour

2 Day Best of Kangaroo Island

Operator: Flinders Ranges Odysseys

Operator: Kangaroo Island SeaLink


4 Days/3 Nights Includes:

• Kanyaka Station Homestead Ruins. • Sunset on the Chace tour at Rawnsley Park Station. • Daybreak Loop Walk to Rawnsley Bluff including cooked bush breakfast. • See picturesque gorges, Wilpena Pound and the southern Flinders Ranges. • Parachilna Gorge and the mining town, Blinman. • Nilpena Station Ediacaran Experience. • Incredible dining experiences, including dinner in the Woolshed Restaurant, Lamb Tasting food experience, and Signature Antipasto platter lunch at the Prairie Hotel. • Wine tasting at Paulett Wines in Clare Valley. • Accommodation at Rawnsley Park Station and Prairie Hotel. • All meals.

Itinerary On the new 4 day Flinders Ranges Outback tour you will delve into the history, culture and beauty of the Flinders Ranges, one of the oldest surviving environments in the world. Spend two glorious nights at the award-winning Rawnsley Park Station and one night at the renowned Prairie Hotel. Visit Kanyaka Station Homestead ruins, enjoy station tours and walks, travel through picturesque gorges, and famous Wilpena Pound, and learn about the Ediacaran period at Nilpena Station. Throughout the tour, you will also be spoilt with amazing dining experiences, matched with local wines, and on the way back to Adelaide, will stop at the charmingly secluded Clare Valley, one of Australia’s oldest wine regions.


2 Days/1 Night Includes:

• Clifford’s Honey Farm. • Birds of Prey In-Flight Display. • Guided beach walk at Seal Bay. • Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park. • Emu Ridge Eucalyptus Distillery. • Remarkable Rocks & Admirals Arch. • Flinders Chase National Park. • Koala viewing at Hanson Bay Sanctuary. • 2 course lunch both days. • Overnight accommodation of your choice.

Take the time to explore Kangaroo Island, one of Australia’s finest nature-based tourism destinations and one of Australia’s National Landscapes. This relaxed yet comprehensive two day tour allows you to discover Kangaroo Island’s fascinating wildlife, spectacular coastal scenery, stunning landscapes and unique local produce. Discover some of the most popular wildlife attractions on Kangaroo Island - wander amongst the wild Australian sea lions at Seal Bay, watch an in-flight display of Australian Birds of Prey at Raptor Domain and enjoy a walk around Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch in the Flinders Chase National Park. Includes 2 course lunches both days and overnight accommodation at a selection of hotels/motels.

Departures: 7:30am - Every Friday (April to May 2018 and March 2019). Every Sunday (June to November 2018).

Departure: 6:45am - Daily (April, OctoberMarch) or Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday (May-September).

NOTE: Tour will not operate on 10 June, 9, 23 & 30 September, 14 October 2018 and 8 March 2019.

NOTE: Tour does not operate 24 or 25 December

Kangaroo Island – Self Drive Tour

Highlights of Kangaroo Island

Operator: Kangaroo Island SeaLink

Operator: Kangaroo Island Odysseys


2 Days/1 Night or 3 Days/2 Nights Includes:

• Morning pick up and evening set down from selected Adelaide hotels. • Return SeaLink coach and ferry travel to Kangaroo Island. • 2 or 3 days intermediate car hire.

Itinerary Hire a car and explore Kangaroo Island at your own pace. Discover Kangaroo Island’s spectacular rugged coastlines, secluded beaches and it’s many national parks – truly one of the world’s last unspoilt wilderness areas. A unique package that allows you the luxury of taking your time to explore this natural wonderland. We suggest a minimum of 3 days on Kangaroo Island – you will not regret a minute! NOTE: Flights between Adelaide and Kingscote Airport are also available.Hire car conditions and extra fees will apply as per rental companies agreement. SeaLink coach/ferry does not operate Christmas Day.


2 Days/1 Night Includes:

• Personalised small group 4x4 nature & wildlife eco-touring. • Unforgettable beach walk at Seal Bay. • Flinders Chase National Park. • Long-nosed Fur Seals at Cape du Couedic. • Remarkable Rocks & Admirals Arch. • Gourmet lunch in bush setting on both days. • Watch kangaroos and other native animals graze at Kelly Hill Conservation Park. • Choice of accommodation.

Itinerary Over 2 full days, experience the unspoilt beauty of Kangaroo Island and discover the highlights of South Australia’s premier natured-based destination, accompanied by an experienced local driver/guide.



Visit spectacular Seal Bay to observe the endangered Australian sea lions. Enter a heritage-listed property to observe koalas, birdlife and other native species, and enjoy a delicious gourmet-style lunch. After a restful night’s sleep, travel to Flinders Chase National Park where you can wander amongst the weather-worn granite boulders of the Remarkable Rocks. See the Long-nosed Fur Seal colony at Cape du Couedic, who rest in the surrounds of Admirals Arch. After lunch, visit further conservation parks to see koalas, kangaroos and other native wildlife as they emerge from the bush.

Departure: 9:30am – Daily (Fly/Fly option) or 6:45am – Daily (Ferry/Fly option). NOTE: Language guides are available: Italian, Spanish, German, French. Ferry/Flight options available. Tour does not operate 24 or 25 December.

Festivals and food. Arts and culture. Shopping and sports. This is Adelaide, the Australian city where there’s always something on. South Australia’s capital with its colourful calendar of festivals and special events has it all. With spacious boulevards and vibrant inner-city districts, sophisticated architecture and lush gardens, Adelaide is the perfect venue for all sorts of holiday activities – big or small. Things to do in Adelaide Do a cultural tour of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens with traditional custodians, the Kaurna people Sample everything from Asian fusion to Argentine cuisine in the exotic, bustling food halls of Chinatown Hire paddleboats and bikes in Elder Park


Swim with dolphins or learn to sail in Glenelg or fish from the jetty in Henley





Port Adelaide 12km

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Adelaide Oval



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Glenelg 10km













Discover the magnificent flora and fauna of Kangaroo Island



Take a tour to the world-class wineries of the Barossa Valley


















Glenelg Jetty. Photographer: Greg Snell 2

To Adelaide Airport (15 minutes)


Visit the Adelaide Hills, where the picturesque farmlands and charming villages have inspired many generations of artists

The Barossa 70km



See heritage buildings and colourful summer sideshows in family-friendly Semaphore



Explore the museums, markets and historic harbour of Port Adelaide, the city’s maritime heart




ADELAIDE HOTELS 1. Adelaide Meridien Hotel & Apartments 2. Majestic Minima Hotel 3. Oaks Horizons 4. Majestic Roof Garden Hotel 5. Mercure Grosvenor Hotel Adelaide 6. The Mayfair Hotel


Central Markets. Photographer: Josie Withers



McLaren Vale Winery Experience

Adelaide Hills and Hahndorf Hideaways Tour



Operator: Adelaide’s Top Food & Wine Tours

Our tour departs the city, heading towards Glenelg and takes the coastal route to the Fleurieu Peninsula. The beautiful mid south coast, with its glistening vistas of the Gulf St Vincent and pristine beaches awards our arrival to McLaren Vale wine region. Your tour includes 5 cellar doors, a delicious restaurant lunch and glass of wine. This is a small group tour with a maximum of 10 passengers. Not recommended for children.

Duration: 8 hours Departs: Daily at 9am

Operator: Adelaide’s Top Food & Wine Tours

This tour is about stunning vistas and great food and wine. Arriving at our first cellar door tucked away in the Adelaide Hills, continuing on to enjoy some local cheese at Woodside and Melba’s Chocolate factory. Lunch, a gourmet feast at a Hahndorf German Pub, with ample time to wander and soak up the rich German heritage before departing for some more cellar door tasting and more gourmet treats to sample. This is a small group tour with a maximum of 10 passengers. Not recommended for children.

Duration: 8 hours Departs: Wednesday, Friday and Sunday Credit: South Australian Tourism Commission

7 Day Adelaide to Alice Springs Overland Operator: Intrepid Travel

Day 3: Coober Pedy Cross the world’s largest cattle station and see red sand dunes, salt pans and gibber plains. Tour Umoona Opal Mine and learn why residents live underground. Hop into a local kangaroo orphanage.

Day 4: Coober Pedy / Yulara Experience the incredible landscape of Moon Plains and see the world’s longest fence.

Day 5: Yulara / Uluru Catch an Uluru sunrise and deepen your understanding with an Aboriginal-led interpretative walk.

Day 6: Uluru / Kings Canyon Explore Kata Tjuta, then travel to Kings Canyon.

Day 7: Kings Canyon / Alice Springs Sightseeing

7 Days/6 Nights Itinerary

Day 1: Adelaide/ Flinders Ranges Travel through wine country enroute to the Flinders Ranges, stopping for lunch and hiking at Wilpena Pound.

Kings Canyon – Alice Springs Take the stunning 6 km Kings Canyon Rim Walk, then travel on to Alice Springs.

Departure: Wednesday, April - March

Day 2: Oodnadatta Track / William Creek Travel along the historic route of the old Ghan railway, then take the renowned Oodnadatta Track. Pass Lake Eyre, Australia’s largest salt lake, before stopping at William Creek – population: six.

Jacob’s Creek Food & Wine Master Class and 4-course Lunch

Barossa Food & Wine Experience

Barossa & Hahndorf Highlights

Operator: Jacob’s Creek Visitors Centre

Operator: Adelaide Sightseeing

Operator: Adelaide Sightseeing




The Jacobs Creek Master Class experience is a sensory journey that indulges in remarkable wine and food pairings, showcasing the Barossa, Jacobs Creek, and the international love of this Aussie favourite. The experience includes a 4 course lunch, delicately matched to the cellar door exclusive Heritage wine selection. This bespoke Master Class evokes a deeper passion for Jacobs Creek wines and the Barossa Valley region.

Duration: 3 hours Departs: Daily NOTE: Small group tour – maximum 10 people. Tour not recommended for children.


Travel in a small coach and enjoy a food & wine journey to South Australia’s premium wine region, the Barossa. Take time to sample some of the Barossa’s finest wines and gourmet food that makes this wine region so special. On this tour you will visit three cellar doors including the multi-tourism award winning Pindarie, tempt your tastebuds at Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop, and enjoy a delicious 2-course lunch at Lambert Estate.

Travel to South Australia’s premium wine region and sample some of the Barossa’s finest wines, including the world famous Jacobs Creek Winery and Saltram Wine Estate. Enjoy lunch at the South Australian Company Store in Angaston, then wind your way through the picturesque Adelaide Hills to Hahndorf, Australia’s oldest German settlement. Here you will have free time to explore the many shops and galleries full of local arts, crafts and produce, before returning to Adelaide.

Duration: 8 hours Departs: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday at 9:15am

Duration: 8 hours Departs: Monday, Tuesday & Friday at 9:15am

NOTE: Tour does not operate Good Friday or Christmas Day.

NOTE: Tour does not operate Good Friday or Christmas Day.

45 King William Street, Adelaide

Offering luxury accommodation, contemporary dining and premium hotel facilities, in a stunning heritage-listed building. Location The magnificent Mayfair Hotel is located right in the heart of the city at the corner of King William and Hindley Streets in the heritage-listed, beautifully renovated Colonial Mutual Life building.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • rooftop bar • cafe • gym • business centre • function rooms


The Mayfair Hotel

Accommodation • 170 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • hairdryer • iron/ironing board Map Ref: 7

Majestic Roof Garden Hotel

Mercure Grosvenor Hotel Adelaide

Oaks Horizons

125 North Terrace, Adelaide

104 North Terrace, Adelaide

This stylish hotel in the heart of the city is perfect for couples, offering quiet sophistication, great location and fabulous food.

A comfortable hotel with a fantastic city location. This affordable hotel is the ideal base to explore Adelaide’s attractions.

Oaks Horizons is a spacious and stylish apartment-style hotel situated in the heart of Central Business District.




55 Frome Street, Adelaide

Located 20 metres from Rundle Streets cafes and restaurants. 400 metres from the Botanic Gardens. 5 minutes walk from the Art Gallery and Museum.

Property Facilities

Located opposite the Casino on Adelaide’s cultural boulevard. Seconds from tourist attractions, restaurants, shopping and transport.

Property Facilities

• Restaurant • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • parking

Property Facilities

• Restaurant • bar • 24 hour reception/room service • Free unlimited WiFi • parking • Hertz car rental on-site


• Indoor heated lap pool • spa and sauna • gymnasium • parking facilities (fee) • tour booking desk • lobby Wifi internet access (fee)


• 120 rooms • 6 apartments • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • unlimited free WiFi


• 181 rooms • LCD TV • iPod dock • mini bar • internet • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • tea/coffee making facilities • refrigerator • movies on demand Map Ref: 4

Majestic Minima Hotel

21-39 Melbourne Street, North Adelaide

146 Melbourne Street, North Adelaide

A comfortable hotel just minutes from city attractions and North Adelaide’s best restaurants.

Majestic Minima Hotel has been transformed into a unique creative space, with each room designed by a different South Australian Artist.



In fashionable North Adelaide, just minutes from local restaurants, galleries and boutiques. A five minute drive from the centre of Adelaide.

Property Facilities

• 1 and 2 bedroom apartments with balconies, full kitchen and laundry facilities • free cable TV • writing desk • air conditioning • wireless internet (fee) • personal in-room safe Map Ref: 5

Adelaide Meridien Hotel & Apartments

The hotel located on North Terrace in the heart of Adelaide’s Central Business District, opposite the Adelaide Convention Centre, Sky City Casino, and just a short walk from The Adelaide Oval.

Map Ref: 3

Located in the heart of cosmopolitan North Adelaide, just 2km from the Central Business District and Rundle Mall on the very popular Melbourne Street. Free public city shuttle bus 100m.

Property Facilities

• Restaurant • bar • pool • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • business centre • parking facilities

• Secure underground car park • Concierge 7.30am – 10pm • Guest terrace • Guest laundry • Free bicycle hire



• 94 rooms • air-conditioning • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

• 46 rooms (14sqm) • Free unlimited WiFi • Foxtel • King size bed • Reverse cycle air-conditioning • Mini Bar fridge • Tea / Coffee facilities • Electronic safe • Security card access • Iron & Ironing board • Hairdryer • Contemporary shower Map Ref: 1

Map Ref: 2

Credit: South Australian Tourism Commission


SOUTH AUSTRALIA - Beyond Adelaide

Beyond Adelaide Visit the Barossa Valley, home to one of Australia’s leading food and wine regions. Journey back in time with a ride on the Ghan train, noodle for opals in Coober Pedy or take a scenic flight over Lake Eyre in the Flinders Ranges.

Flinders Ranges. Photographer: Hugh Stewart

Barossa Shiraz Estate

Barossa Weintal Hotel

Clare Country Club

1246 Barossa Valley Way, Lyndoch

235 Murray Street, Tanunda

White Hut Road, Clare

Luxury accommodation in a beautiful Barossa Valley location with sweeping views over vineyards and the Barossa ranges.

A comfortable base for exploring the world-renowned wine region and charming surrounding towns of the Barossa Valley.

Beautifully appointed rooms and gourmet cuisine, positioned overlooking the Golf Course.




This stunning vineyard accommodation is perfectly located in the Barossa Valley and is ideal for a romantic getaway, indulgent bed & breakfast experience or relaxing holiday for couples or groups.

Property Facilities • private vineyard cottages • wineries close by • restaurants within 2km • parking facilities • bike hire available • tours and transfers can be arranged

Accommodation • 5 apartments (some adjoining) • spa baths • outdoor settings and BBQ’s for each unit • free WiFi • airconditioning • kitchen facilities • washer/dryer combos • CD/DVD units • flat screen TV’s

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • pool • conference facilities • parking facilities • bike hire

Accommodation • 50 rooms • air conditioning • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

In the Heart of the Clare Valley, one of Australia’s premium wine growing regions. A leisurely 90 minute drive north of Adelaide, nestled in rolling hills and tressled vines.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • pool • free WiFi access • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • business centre • parking • tennis court

Accommodation • 54 rooms • 10 apartments • air-conditioning • overhead fan • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • bathrobes • spa bath/jacuzzi in room

McCracken Country Club

Rawnsley Park Station

Wilpena Pound Resort

McCracken Drive, Victor Harbor

Wilpena Road, Via Hawker

Wilpena Road, Via Hawker

A fantastic retreat only a short drive from one of South Australia’s premier wine regions, McLaren Vale.

Overlooking Wilpena Pound, the station is ideally situated for exploring the Flinders Ranges.

An outback resort in an 800 million year old landscape.




Surrounded by a golf course, just an hour drive from Adelaide at Victor Harbor, Fleurieu Peninsula.

Property Facilities • 2 restaurants • 2 bars • heated pool • indoor pool • day spa • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • business centre • parking facilities • shop • golf course • tennis court



Just one hour’s drive North-East of Adelaide in the picturesque Barossa.

• 49 rooms • 12 apartments • air-conditioning • overhead fan • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • bathrobes • spa bath/jacuzzi in room

Overlooking the southern side of Wilpena Pound, Rawnsley Park Station provides the perfect base for exploring the Flinders Ranges.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • pool • tour desk • parking facilities • shop

Accommodation • 8 apartments • air-conditioning • overhead fan • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • WiFi access • balcony • hairdryer • in-room safe • bathrobes • CD player • fully-equipped kitchen

Wilpena Pound Resort is located in the Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park, South Australia (429 kilometres north of Adelaide). It is accessible by sealed roads from Adelaide and Port Augusta.

Property Facilities • Resort Restaurant/Bistro • Guest Swimming Pool • National Park Visitor Information Centre • Tour Desk - Aboriginal Half/Full Day Guided Tours, Guided Walks, Sunset Spectacular and Scenic Flights • General Store - Souvenirs, Bottle Shop and Petrol

Accommodation: • 60 Hotel Rooms (Standard and Superior - some Superior rooms have kitchenettes) • 15 Luxury Safari Tents • Ensuite Bathrooms • Reverse cycle air-conditioning • Hotel Rooms with TV • Powered and Unpowered campsites

SOUTH AUSTRALIA - Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island Beautiful Kangaroo Island is a microcosm of different landscapes and environments – a secluded island of native forests, teeming with natural wildlife, stunning beaches, desert dunes and farmland. It’s the place to go to see amazing native wildlife in the wild.

Credit: Tourism Australia

Southern Ocean Lodge

Aurora Ozone Hotel

Hanson Bay, Kangaroo Island

67 Chapman Terrace, Kingscote

Exclusive and award-winning, the world-class lodge offers an unforgettable blend of contemporary luxury and pure nature.

Located on Kangaroo Island, a short 20 minute flight from Adelaide or 45 minute ferry from Cape Jervis.



At Hanson Bay on the island’s south-west coast, the lodge is set back from a cliff above the pounding surf. It adjoins both the Flinders Chase and Cape Bouguer/Kelly Hill National Parks.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • pool • Southern Spa • included signature experiences • parking facilities • shop

Accommodation • 21 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • balcony • hairdryer • bathrobes • daily housekeeping • CD player

Experience our quality Kangaroo Island accommodation located on the foreshore with stunning views overlooking Nepean Bay from our Zone Restaurant.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • pool • indoor sauna • gym • tour desk • parking

Accommodation • 77 Rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

Credit: Tourism Australia

Credit: South Australian Tourism Commission



Tasmania The pristine serenity, the clean air, the spectacular beauty of its rugged mountains, a dramatic coastline and a relaxed lifestyle, make the island of Tasmania a destination like no other in Australia. It also has amazing wildlife, a thriving creative culture, a rich history of convicts, pioneers, miners and whalers and fabulous food and wine.

Things to do in Tasmania Soak up history on Hobart’s riverfront cobblestone streets Learn the often brutal early convict history of Port Arthur

Stanley Burnie

Wind through the Coal Valley’s cool-climate wineries Walk over Cataract Gorge, a dramatic wilderness in the heart of Launceston Head to the World Heritage-listed wilderness that makes up 20 per cent of the island Photograph majestic Cradle Mountain, towering above the calm and peaceful Dove Lake Tour Freycinet National Park and Wineglass Bay, voted one of the world’s ten best beaches Visit quaint historic villages


Horseshoe Falls, Mt Field National Park

Devonport Launceston Cataract Gorge

Cradle Mountain


Freycinet National Park Coles Bay

TASMANIA Gordon River Mount Field National Park HOBART

Port Arthur Bruny Island

East Coast explorer Commencing your journey in Launceston with time to explore the region taking in the Tamar Island Wetlands walk, and a visit to Grindelwald Swiss Village and some local wineries. Travelling east from Launceston, travelling across the Tamar River following the ‘Targa’ route through Nunamara and Targa, take the opportunity to visit Pyengana Cheese factory before arriving in St Helens, continuing south through Scamander, Four Mile Creek and Bicheno – take a short exploration into Freycinet National park, visit Wineglass Bay. Arrive into Swansea. Explore the Bark Mill and Wine & Wool Centre at Swansea before continuing south across magnificent coastal scenery en route and stopping to view the convict-built Spiky Bridge. Stopping in at Richmond where historic treasures include Australia’s oldest bridge,

oldest church and a perfectly preserved jail. Continue onto Hobart. Hobart provides a wealth of historical and new experiences. Itinerary: Launceston (1) Swansea (1) Hobart (2) Itinerary includes: • Hertz Car Hire Departs from: Launceston Duration: 5 days/4 nights

TASMANIA - Suggested Itineraries

5 DAYS in Tasmania

5 DAYS in Tasmania West Coast Wilderness Heading out from Hobart with a stop at Hamilton famous for its craft centres, visit Tarraleah Village, an old hydro town which boasts gorgeous art deco cottages. Enjoy lunch here before proceeding to Lake St Clair. Continue onto Queenstown, with a short walk at Nelson Falls nature trail before arriving at Strahan. Take a journey down the Gordon River aboard World Heritage Cruises, leaving early in the morning taking you into the heart of World Heritage area. Travelling north/west from Strahan through to Zeehan and a visit to the West Coast Pioneers’ Memorial Museum. Innkeepers have a number of accommodation options in North West Coast including Bernie. Finishing your journey in Launceston, extend your stay here and enjoy a Tamar River Cruise and a trip to the Cataract Gorge.

Itinerary: Hobart (1) Strahan (1) Bernie (1) Launceston (1) Itinerary includes: • Hertz Car Hire

Departs from: Hobart Duration: 5 days/4 nights

5 DAYS in Tasmania Launceston and Surrounds Commencing your journey in Launceston with time to explore the region taking in the Tamar Island Wetlands walk, and a visit to Grindelwald Swiss Village and some local wineries. Travelling east from Launceston, travelling across the Tamar River following the ‘Targa’ route through Nunamara and Targa, take the opportunity to visit Pyengana Cheese factory before arriving in St Helens, continuing south through Scamander, Four Mile Creek and Bicheno – take a short exploration into Freycinet National park, visit Wineglass Bay. Arrive into Swansea. Explore the Bark Mill and Wine & Wool Centre at Swansea before continuing south across magnificent coastal scenery en route and stopping to view the convict-built Spiky Bridge. Stopping in at Richmond where historic treasures include Australia’s oldest bridge,

oldest church and a perfectly preserved jail. Continue onto Hobart. Hobart provides a wealth of historical and new experiences. Itinerary: Launceston (1) Swansea (1) Hobart (2) Itinerary includes: • Hertz Car Hire

Departs from: Launceston Duration: 5 days/4 nights


TASMANIA - Hotel Passes and Sightseeing

Innkeepers Tasmania Accommodation Passes Innkeepers Tasmania proudly offers quality accommodation around Tasmania, ranging in style from quality hotels, self catering apartments, wilderness cabins and coastal villas and resorts.

Innkeepers Premium Hotels

Lenna of Hobart

Innkeepers Premium Apartments

Risby Cove

Superior Hotels with premium locations and facilities. You can experience a range of hotels from awardwinning heritage properties to contemporary city properties. Enjoy fine Tasmanian cuisine in your hotels a la carte restaurant after a day of exploring the distinctive heritage and wilderness that surrounds you.

Innkeepers Hotels

Innkeepers Accommodation passes provide the flexibility to mix and match your choice of pre-booked properties from Innkeepers Tasmania. Simply book a minimum of three nights to enjoy your individual choice of properties.

Salamanca Terraces, Hobart

Cradle Mountain Wilderness Village

Luxuriate in self-contained, superior apartment style accommodation with Innkeepers Premium Apartments. You have the choice of self-contained indulgences in the premium locations of Hobart, Tarraleah, Four Mile Creek (East Coast) and Cradle Mountain.

Innkeepers Apartments

Innkeepers Discovery Inns

Stanley Seaview Inn Offering quality hotels with individual style and character, each hotel has a unique ambience and charm. With a variety of hotels to choose from, ranging from colonial mansions to coastal retreats to contemporary city hotels, each property provides an ideal base from which to explore Tasmania’s rich heritage and pristine wilderness.

These well appointed apartments offer the convenience of selfcatering where you have the freedom and flexibility to cater for yourself, or enjoy the choice of great restaurants nearby. With kitchen facilities, you can indulge in the freshest Tasmanian produce, just the way you like it. Indulge in fresh seafood, renowned local wine and rich mature cheeses that Tasmania is famous for.

These are great value motor inns perfect for the budget conscious traveller. Convenient state wide locations allow you to discover all that Tasmania has to offer including crystal-clear seas, emerald-cloaked farmlands and heritage towns with fabulous restaurants, galleries and shopping. All the Discovery Inns welcome you with comfort, value and access to Tasmania’s best experiences.

6 Day Taste of Tasmania Operator: Intrepid Travel

Day 2: Lake St Clair and Queenstown Explore the shifting sands of Henty Dunes, then visit Ocean Beach for a smell of the freshest air in the world. Continue into the Tarkine region and walk amongst its rainforest.

Day 3: The Tarkine


6 Days/5 Nights


Itinerary Day 1: Mount Wellington and the Central Plateau Escaping Hobart through the Derwent Valley, go for a walk in the Land of the Giants and admire the beauty of Russell Falls and Mt Field National Park. Visit Lake St Clair, Australia’s deepest freshwater lake. Enter the temperate time capsule that is the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park. Pass through Queenstown with its intriguing eroded landscape of treeless hills.

Join a guided walk or take a free walk on one of the many trails around Cradle Mountain, Dove and Crater Lakes. At 1545m high, the mountain is one of the greatest features in the park and is surrounded by stands of native deciduous beech, rainforest, alpine heath lands and button grass. Later, travel to Launceston via Sheffield, the town of murals.

Day 4: Cradle Mountain Travel to Mt William National Park, known for its long stretches of dazzling white beaches at the edge of the Bay of Fires. Continue to Bicheno to perhaps witness little penguins as they return to their rookeries to feed their young.

Day 5: Bicheno and the Bay of Fires Travel to Freycinet National Park in the morning. Those seeking a challenge might like to climb to the summit of Mt Amos, or join the walk to Wineglass Bay (voted one of the world’s top 10 beaches).

Day 6: Wineglass Bay Catch a ferry to Maria Island, a national park in its entirety with historic ruins, sweeping bays, rugged cliffs and mountains and remarkable wildlife. Keep an eye out for Cape Barren geese and forester kangaroos. Afterwards, return to Triabunna, then Hobart via historic Richmond.

Departure: Wednesday & Saturday, October - March. Various dates between May September.

This small, scenic capital, famous for its harbourside charm, Georgian buildings, fantastic food and wine, and friendly locals is a great holiday spot either for a short break, or as the beginning of a longer tour of Tasmania.

Wrest Point Tower 410 Sandy Bay Road, Hobart

Fantastic for families, excellent value with great facilities.



Just 3 kilometres to Hobart city centre. This hotel has everything you need to make your stay enjoyable.

Property Facilities: • 5 restaurants • 4 bars • heated pool • indoor pool • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • parking • shop • tennis court • 194 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • butler/maid service

Salamanca Place and Runnymede Street, Battery Point



• Bar • 24 hour reception • complimentary WiFi • complimentary parking • Foxtel • room service • meals

Accommodation: • 52 rooms • mini bar • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi • air-conditioning • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

Property Facilities: • Restaurant • bar • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • 24 hour reception • 24 hour room service • business centre • free WiFi • parking available – subject to availability

Accommodation: • 59 rooms • 183 apartments • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • fully-equipped kitchen • in-house movies

167 Macquarie Street, Hobart

Great value in the heart of Hobart with views overlooking beautiful Mount Wellington or Hobart city.

Property Facilities:

Minutes walk from Salamanca, Hobart’s waterfront, the Central Business District and shopping area.

Travelodge Hobart

Stylish boutique hotel in a beautifully preserved colonial mansion.

Lenna of Hobart is a magnificently restored 1874 sandstone mansion. The separate accommodation wing was added in 1974. Adjacent to Salamanca Place and Hobart’s waterfront in historic Battery Point.

1 Macquarie Street, Hobart

Great views of Mount Wellington and the famous Derwent River. This hotel also offers a huge variety of facilities.


Lenna of Hobart

The Old Woolstore Apartment Hotel



Conveniently located in the Central Business District, within easy reach, of shops, cafes and major tourist attractions.

Property Facilities: • 24 hour reception • breakfast lounge • free WiFi • tour desk • parking facilities

Accommodation: • 131 rooms • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • kitchenette available in some rooms

Credit: Tourism Tasmania

Tasman Island Cruises with Port Arthur

Bruny Island Cruise

Tasmanian Seafood Seduction

Operator: Pennicott Wilderness Journeys

Operator: Pennicott Wilderness Journeys

Operator: Pennicott Wilderness Journeys




Take a Full Day Tour from Hobart and spend a day on the Tasman Peninsula including a guided return bus tour, 3 hour coastal wilderness cruise, 3 hours at Port Arthur Historic Site, morning tea and lunch. This award-winning cruise takes you along the spectacular coastline between Eaglehawk Neck and Port Arthur to see Australia’s highest sea cliffs, enter deep sea caves and join in the search for abundant sea and coastal wildlife such as seals, dolphins and sea birds. Open-aired seating provides all round view and connection with the environment.

Duration: 10 hours Departs: Daily all year round

Winner of Tasmania’s Best Tourist Attraction for nine years in a row. This full day journey departs daily from Hobart and includes a guided return bus tour, three hour wilderness cruise, morning tea, lunch and sightseeing on Bruny Island. This award winning experience is not to be missed! You will cruise beneath some of Australia’s highest sea cliffs, explore deep sea caves, visit breathing rock, The Monument and search for abundant wildlife such as seals, dolphins and sea birds.

Duration: 9 hours Departs: Daily all year round.

Spend the day cruising on pristine waterways gathering fresh Tasmanian seafood. Enjoy rock lobster, oysters shucked straight from the water and watch your guide dive for wild abalone and sea urchin. As we voyage south, we leave all traces of civilisation behind to explore the calm waterways and deserted beaches surrounding Bruny Island. Join your guide as they prepare a seafood feast of rock lobster, abalone, sea urchin, mussels, oysters and salmon. This is paired with a gourmet spread of local breads, salads, cheeses, premium wines, beers, ciders and juices.

Duration: 7 hours Departs: Daily all year round.


TASMANIA - Launceston & National Parks

Launceston Launceston is Tasmania’s second largest city and has redefined itself as a cultural hub with vibrant cafes, museums and open parkland. It’s noted for its Georgian and Victorian Streetscapes, the wild and beautiful Cataract Gorge as well as its parks and gardens. This is also the starting point for many of the extended tours around the island.

Tasmania’s National Parks Dense forests line highways, dark rivers tumble through steep gorges, deep and wide lakes open up before you. Experience the beauty and diversity of Tasmania’s World Heritage Wilderness. One of the last true wilderness regions, it encompasses a greater range of natural and cultural values than any other region on Earth.

Country Club Villas Launceston

Country Club Tasmania

10 Casino Rise, Prospect Vale

Country Club Avenue, Launceston

Comfortable self-contained accommodation with easy access to the Country Club Tasmania.

A wonderful picturesque setting combined with a huge variety of facilities.



Located just ten minutes from the city of Launceston and Airport, Country Club Villas Tasmania are located only 600 metres from the main Resort complex.

Property Facilities: • 2 restaurants • 2 bars • heated pool • indoor pool • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • parking • golf course • tennis court

Accommodation: • 78 apartments • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • kitchenette • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • butler/maid service

On the outskirts of Launceston, this Country Club is set on 125 hectares with 3 restaurants including the award-winning Terrace Restaurant, a number of bars and live entertainment.

Property Facilities: • 5 restaurants • 4 bars • heated pool • indoor pool • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • parking • shop • golf course • tennis court

Accommodation: • 104 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • butler/maid service

Freycinet Lodge

Cradle Mountain Hotel

Freycinet National Park, Coles Bay

Cradle Mountain Road, Cradle Mountain

An impressive lodge situated in picturesque Freycinet National Park. Magnificent walks and superb dining. What an experience!

In a serene, alpine woodland setting, this is the perfect base to explore the ice-carved mountain scenery of Tasmania’s wilderness World Heritage Area.



Within Freycinet National Park on Tasmania’s east coast. A two and a half hour drive from either Hobart or Launceston.

Property Facilities: • 2 restaurants • bar • free public WiFi • tour desk • business centre • parking facilities • shop • bike hire

Accommodation: • 60 cabins • air-conditioning • overhead fan • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

At the northern end of Cradle Mountain/Lake St Clair National Park in a spectacular wilderness setting. Just two hours drive from Launceston or Strahan.

Property Facilities: • Restaurant and bar • wilderness art gallery • fireside reading lounges • free public WiFi • parking facilities • shop • bike hire

Accommodation: • 60 rooms • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

Strahan Village Esplanade, Strahan

A large selection of accommodation, with a highly recommended restaurant. Location: On the waterfront in the heart of Strahan, just a short walk from Gordon River Cruises check-in terminal

Property Facilities: • 2 restaurants • 2 bars • tour desk • free public WiFi • free parking • bike hire

Accommodation: • 132 rooms • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • hairdryer • iron/ironing board


Freycinet National Park (Credit: Daniel Tran)

Credit: South Australian Tourism Commission


New Zealand A holiday in New Zealand is a real adventure, offering a multitude of experiences. It is not only the perfect destination for an action-packed holiday but is also a great place to relax and unwind with its quiet beaches, tranquil countryside and charming wine regions.

Inferno Crater Lake, Waimangu volcanic valley, North Island


Bay of Islands

The City of Sails is a true connoisseur’s delight offering outstanding food, wine, art and shopping. With a blend of Polynesian culture and an urban atmosphere it truly is a captivating city.

Rotorua and Beyond


Rotorua, best known for some of the world’s finest geysers, mud-pools and thermal hot springs; Lake Taupo, Australasia’s largest fresh water lake, world famous fisheries and volcanic wonderland. Tongariro, New Zealand’s oldest National Park with dual World Heritage status is a truly impressive sight.

Situated on the northern most tip of New Zealand is the spectacular scenery of the Bay of Islands. With its sandy beaches, the vivid seaside town of Paihia, to the elegant township of Russell, you will be greeted with the warmest hospitality.


Nestled between a sparkling harbour and rolling green hills, Wellington offers a chic city experience in a stunning natural setting. Martinborough features over 30 wineries most within walking distance to the quaint village square.

NEW ZEALAND Hobbiton, Waikato (Credit: Ian Brodie)


Marlborough hosts sparkling inlets, pristine forests and renowned wineries bathed in abundant sunshine. In Nelson, three National Parks, golden beaches and turquoise waters make this a natural paradise.

Queenstown/Te Anau

Queenstown, a sparkling resort and adventure playground set against the stunning back drop of the shimmering Lake Wakatipu and rugged mountains of the Remarkables. Te Anau and the Fiordlands will enchant you with glacier-cut valleys filled with deep green water, cascading waterfalls and ancient forests.

Christchurch and Beyond

This region has it all, astonishing blue lakes surrounded by majestic soaring peaks, unforgettable wildlife, and vineyard draped valleys. Visit Christchurch the Garden city and Akaroa, nestled on the Banks Peninsula. See Arthur's Pass and the mountain villages high in the Southern Alps.

Central Otago/Dunedin

Discover vivid seasons and rocky, mountainous landscapes; friendly townships; a wellpreserved gold heritage; award-winning wineries, recreational opportunities from fishing, mountain biking and an abundance of wildlife.


NEW ZEALAND - Suggested Itineraries

Suggested Itineraries We have done all the hard work for you! To help with your planning and make booking easier, our travel experts have put together a selection of “Suggested Itineraries”. This allows you to experience the very best of New Zealand in the time you have available. Whether you have 3, 5, 10, or 14 days, are on a budget or wish to splurge and indulge – our combination of accommodation, sightseeing, or self drive suggestions ensure that you enjoy the perfect holiday escape. How to book? Please contact your local travel agent who can book any of these suggested itineraries or help create a self drive itinerary to suit your needs. Te Puia, Rotorua (Credit: Destination Rotorua)

6 DAYS in North Island Auckland, New Zealand’s City of Sails Auckland, New Zealand’s City of Sails, is a cosmopolitan and culturally diverse city, sprawled over a narrow neck of land between the sparkling waters of the Waitemata and Manukau Harbours. Where rainforest covers the surrounding hills and a dozen dormant volcanic cones dot the landscape. Walk or ride to the summit of Rangitoto, the lava rock sleeping volcano in the middle of the Hauraki Gulf. Rangitoto emerged from the sea in a fiery explosion around 600 years ago and now is an iconic jewel in the Auckland harbour. Take a cruise on a chartered launch or classic yacht on the Waitemata Harbour. Or go racing on an America’s Cup yacht, take a dolphinspotting excursion or a gentle ferry ride to a seaside suburb. In the Bay of Islands you can find thrilling adventure or perfect peace. The unbelievable natural beauty, amazing beaches and a host of

6 DAYS in Rotorua & Taupo Central North Island Discovery


Rotorua, a magical and diverse active geothermal region in the centre of the North Island, here you will discover New Zealand’s largest lake, untouched native bush, deserted golden sandy beaches. Enjoy one of the many cultural experiences and traditional hangi at a local Maori village. Watch a geyser erupt, visit one of the geothermal spa complexes for a relaxing soak or enjoy a thermal mud bath. Taupo, an impressive lake and a remarkable triad of volcanoes are the lynchpins of a varied landscape that offers all manner of activities. Region highlights include the mighty Huka Falls, volcanic mountains jutting off the barren Central Plateau and the early morning sunshine glistening on Lake Taupo. Tongariro National park is a must see. The park is New Zealand’s oldest National Park and holds dual status; for its cultural significance to

the Maori people and its remarkable volcanic features. Experience all or part of this journey with KiwiRail’s Northern Explorer, the journey through National Park with its three spectacular volcanic mountains is a highlight. Itinerary: Rotorua (2) Taupo (2) Wellington (1) Itinerary includes: • 2 nights accommodation in Rotorua • 2 nights accommodation in Taupo • 1 night accommodation in Wellington • Huka Falls jet boating • Hells Gate Geothermal Reserve entry • 6 days car rental Hertz or Europcar

Departs from: Rotorua Duration: 6 days/5 nights

islands make for an idyllic aquatic playground and ultimate retreat. Itinerary: Auckland (1) Bay of Islands (2) Auckland (2) Itinerary includes: • 3 nights accommodation in Auckland • 2 nights accommodation at the Bay of Islands • 6 days car hire Hertz or Europcar • Full day Cape Reinga & Ninety Mile Beach • Half day Discover Auckland tour • Dinner Cruise on Auckland Harbour

Departs from: Auckland Duration: 6 days/5 nights

NEW ZEALAND - Suggested Itineraries

8 DAYS in Both Islands Classic Wine Trail Martinborough is the producer of some of New Zealand’s best pinot noirs. Packed with charm, Martinborough features over 30 wineries most within walking distance to the quaint village square. Wellington, the coolest little capital city in the world, merges with small village charm and big city style. World class cocktail bars, designer and vintage shopping, award-winning restaurants, contemporary art galleries and innovative museums are all tucked away in this cool compact city. Enjoy a memorable journey across the Cook Strait to the beautiful Marlborough Sounds. Marlborough, an exciting mix of gourmet indulgence and outdoor adventure awaits you here. A natural paradise of forest fringed inlets and plains patterned with grapevines. Explore Christchurch and its amazing Canterbury backyard. This vibrant, picturesque

city is surrounded by natural wonders – the sparkling Pacific Ocean, majestic Southern Alps and ancient volcanic peninsula. Discover Canterbury’s lush vineyards, pristine glacial lakes, world-class natural wildlife experiences and Mount Cook National Park. Itinerary: Martinborough (2) Wellington (2) Nelson (2) Christchurch (1) Itinerary includes: • 2 nights accommodation in Martinborough • 2 nights accommodation in Wellington • One way Interislander Wellington to Picton • 2 nights accommodationin Nelson • 1 night accommodation in Christchurch • 7 days car rental – Hertz or Europcar

Departs from: Wellington Duration: 8 days/7 nights

5 DAYS in South Island Queenstown Adventures Queenstown, New Zealand, is the Southern Hemisphere’s premier four season lake and alpine resort. Surrounded by majestic mountains and nestled on the shores of crystal clear Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown’s stunning scenery is inspiring and revitalising. World-renowned for its adventure, Queenstown is home to a huge choice of adrenaline based activities. There’s also plenty on offer if you enjoy the great outdoors, superb food and wine, and a more relaxed pace and if you love golf, biking, walking, sailing and fishing you will love Queenstown. Visit the Skyline Restaurant - a unique dining experience 450 metres above Queenstown. Enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the lake and mountains while enjoying a six course Taste of New Zealand buffet dinner. Milford Sound is a world-renowned natural wonder. Nowhere else in Fiordland do the

mountains stand so tall, straight out of the sea. Rainforests clinging to sheer rock walls and waterfalls tumble hundreds of metres to the sea below. Itinerary: Queenstown (4) Itinerary includes: • 4 nights accommodation in Queenstown • Full day Real Journey’s Milford Sounds • Skyline Gondola Buffet Dinner • Shotover Jet Canyon Experience • 5 days car hire – Hertz/Europcar

Departs from: Queenstown Duration: 5 days/4 nights

6 DAYS in South Island Queenstown to Dunedin Queenstown, New Zealand, is the Southern Hemisphere’s premier four season lake and alpine resort. Surrounded by majestic mountains and nestled on the shores of crystal clear Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown’s stunning scenery is inspiring and revitalising. Wanaka an inspiring place for relaxation in tranquil surrounds, with a dramatic blue lake to a backdrop of rugged mountain ranges, Wanaka’s spectacular landscape is the setting for a superb range of outdoor adventures. Dunedin, the main city in Otago offers world class wildlife experiences, beautiful heritage architecture and intriguing cultural history, A fascinating city on the shores of a wild harbour. View penguins, fur seals and sea lions within a private conservation area. Observe more than 30 animals, some rare and endangered. See New Zealand fur seals in a noisy, secluded breeding colony.

Itinerary: Queenstown (2) Wanaka (1) Dunedin (2) Itinerary includes: • 2 nights accommodation in Queenstown • 1 night accommodation in Wanaka • 2 nights accommodation in Dunedin • Peninsula Encounter with Elms Tourism • 6 days car hire – Hertz or Europcar

Departs from: Queenstown Duration: 6 days/5 nights


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New Zealand Credit: Tourism New Zealand

Catlins, Otago (Credit: Miles Holden)


NORTH ISLAND Rotorua Waitomo Caves




National Park

Coastal Pacific


Northern Explorer TA S M A N S E A

Ferry Interislander Ferry



Blenheim Greymouth



SOUTH ISLAND Franz Josef Fox Glacier Mt Cook




NEW ZEALAND - Rail & Ferry Experiences

Rail and Ferry Experiences

Coastal Pacific*

Milford Sound



*expected to resume in 2018

Stewart Island

Christchurch – Greymouth – Christchurch One of the finest rail trips in the world. Linking Christchurch and Greymouth, the TranzAlpine runs from coast to coast – from Pacific Ocean to Tasman Sea, crossing the huge and fertile Canterbury Plains, the stunning Waimakariri River, the massive and impressive Southern Alps as well as passing the shores of tranquil Lake Brunner, before arriving at Greymouth.

Duration: 4.5 hours one way Departure: Christchurch at 8:15am, arrives Greymouth at 1:05pm. Departs Greymouth at 2:05pm and arrives Christchurch at 6:31pm (except 25 December)

Interislander, a convenient, regular link for foot & vehicle passengers between Wellington in the North Island, and Picton in the South Island. Experience a spectacular 3 hour cruise. Stroll on the decks for the best views, have a meal, or see recent movie releases. Taking your vehicle on board is easy and saves you time - just drive on and off! Ask about our Interislander Plus lounges which includes hot food, local wine and beer, internet access and comfortable seating. An extra level of luxury on your journey.

From Picton: 9:05am, 10:45am, 2:15pm, 6:45pm From Wellington: 9am, 2:45pm, 5pm NOTE: These schedules are subject to change. Advance bookings are recommended, especially during peak holiday periods such as Easter, Christmas and school holidays. *During summer only.

Christchurch – Picton – Christchurch The Coastal Pacific train travels between Christchurch and the port of Picton. This journey is a scenic feast with the Kaikoura mountain ranges on one side of your train and the rugged Pacific Ocean coastline on the other. The Coastal Pacific runs a daily return service which connects with the Interislander ferry and Sounds Air scenic flights.

Duration: 5.5 hours one way Departure: Daily from Christchurch at 7am, arrives Kaikoura at 9:54am and Picton at 12:13pm. Departs Picton at 1pm and Kaikoura at 3:28pm, arrives Christchurch at 6:21pm (except 25 December)

Northern Explorer

Auckland – Wellington – Auckland The Northern Explorer service is a remarkable, ever-changing daytime journey between Auckland and Wellington which takes you into the heart of the North Island, through lush green farmland, native forests, over stunning river gorges and across New Zealand’s volcanic plateau. See all of this from new purpose built scenic carriages, featuring panoramic windows, open air viewing and an board licensed café.

Duration: 10.5 hours one way Departure: Monday, Thursday and Saturday from Auckland at 7:45am. Tuesday, Friday and Sunday from Wellington at 7:55am Picton Harbour


NEW ZEALAND - Great Sights

Operator: Great Sights

Great Sights is New Zealand’s largest sightseeing day tour operator with modern comfortable coaches leaving daily from Auckland, the Bay of Islands, Rotorua, the Glaciers, Christchurch, Mt Cook and Queenstown. Tours include a hotel pick up and drop off and admission to activities and attractions. Great Sights is part of InterCity Group, New Zealand’s largest tourism transport network whose services reach from Cape Reinga in the North to Invercargill in the South. The Group includes Auckland’s popular Explorer Bus, the famous and historic Cream Trip and other day cruises in the Bay of Islands and the InterCity network of coaches offering 130 scheduled departures every day to 600 towns and communities over the entire country.

Sightseeing It is easy to see it all with Auckland Explorer Bus. You can hop on and hop off where you want. The Explorer Bus follows two loops with seventeen designated stops at all of Auckland’s top attractions. You can explore in comfort on our modern fleet of all-weather double-decker buses with glass roofs for optimal views, air-conditioning and full English commentary. Jump on board one of our buses that pass every fifteen minutes and see the attractions, which can be included in your 24 or 48 hour pass. A return ferry ticket to the picturesque seaside suburb of Devonport is also included.

Duration: 12-48 hours Departs: Daily from Auckland at 9:45am and 2:30pm

Hole In The Rock Dolphin Cruise

Waitomo Caves & Hobbiton Movie Set

Operator: Great Sights

Operator: Great Sights

Christchurch to Queenstown via Mount Cook




Make the most of this popular day tour from Auckland, including a spectacular dolphin watching cruise in the sheltered waters of the Bay of Islands. Our experienced local skippers will guide you through the beautiful clear waters aboard Dolphin Seeker, our purpose built dolphin and whale watching catamaran. Keep a look out for bottlenose dolphins, whales and other marine life. Enjoy the views as you cruise past the Cape Brett Lighthouse, before arriving at the majestic Hole in the Rock – hold your breath as the skipper navigates through the narrow space and admire the rock walls which soar above you. Take in the Grand Cathedral Cave before heading back into the inner islands of the Bay.

Duration: 12.5 hours Departs: Daily from Auckland at 7:30am

Milford Sound Scenic Encounter Operator: Great Sights

Sightseeing Travel by luxury coach on an unforgettable journey from Queenstown into Milford Sound. Located within the World Heritage Fiordland National Park, this region is rich with dense rainforest, lakes and waterfalls cascading from rugged mountain peaks. Travel through the Southern Alps via the Homer Tunnel, a 1.2km tunnel drilled through a solid mountain of rock. Upon arrival at Milford Sound, board your Gem of the Sounds vessel for a spectacular cruise in New Zealand’s most famous waterway. Return by coach to Queenstown.

Duration: 12.5 hours Departs: Daily from Queenstown at 7:20am


Auckland Hop On Hop Off Explorer Bus

Great Sights

Enjoy guided tours of the Hobbiton Movie Set and the Waitomo Glowworm Caves on a full-day sightseeing tour. Journey to the Hobbiton Movie Set on private farmland near the town of Matamata. See sights like Hobbit holes, the Mill and the Green Dragon Inn, and learn how farmland was transformed into a living, breathing piece of Middle-earth. Enjoy lunch at the Green Dragon Inn. At the world famous Waitomo Glowworm Caves, take a 45-minute guided tour through underground caverns. Enjoy a boat ride through the Glowworm Grotto along an underground river. Gaze at the twinkling glowworms overhead.

Operator: Great Sights

The majestic beauty of the South Island is a must for any visitor to the South Island and one of the best ways to view the spectacular scenery is aboard a Great Sights luxury coach. This tour takes you from Christchurch, through diverse farmland to Lake Tekapo, where you can view the solitary Church of the Good Shepherd. Your tour continues along the Tasman River before arriving at the location of New Zealand’s tallest mountain Aoraki Mount Cook. There is time to experience an optional scenic helicopter or ski plane flight, weather permitting, before departing for New Zealand’s Adventure Capital, Queenstown.

Duration: 11 hours Departs: Daily from Auckland at 8am

Duration: 11 hours Departs: Daily from Christchurch at 7:30am

Cape Reinga via Ninety Mile Beach Day Tour

The Waitomo and Rotorua Experience



Operator: Great Sights

Journey to the very top of the North Island – Cape Reinga. Discover the unique history, culture and landscape of New Zealand’s far north. Uncover the wild beauty of this vast and untouched region rich in Maori culture and tradition. Visit the iconic light house and see the point where the Tasman Sea meets the mighty Pacific Ocean. Drive along Ninety Mile Beach as waves crash beside the custom built coach. Get up close to the ancient and majestic Giant Kauri Trees.

Duration: 12 hours Departs: Daily from Paihia 7am

Operator: Great Sights

Travel to Waitomo where you will enjoy a guided tour through the galleries of the world famous Glowworm Caves. Tour includes a boat ride through the glowworm grotto. On arrival in Rotorua see New Zealand’s agricultural industry in action with a sheep shearing display and sheep dog trials at the Agrodome, plus an organic farm tour. Continue to Te Puia where you will see the mighty geysers and boiling mudpools for which this thermal area is famous. Sit back and enjoy a Maori cultural performance. The tour includes morning snack, packed lunch and afternoon snack all served on board the coach.

Duration: 13 hours Departs: Daily from Auckland at 7:30am NOTE: This tour can return to Auckland or finish in Rotorua.

NEW ZEALAND - Auckland

Auckland More than just a beautiful harbour city, Auckland has become increasingly popular for its mild year-round climate, cuisine from all around the world, fine wines and great art. This cosmopolitan city is an ideal starting point for any New Zealand holiday. Things to do in Auckland Dine alfresco at Viaduct Harbour Admire the view from the observation deck at Sky Tower, the tallest freestanding building in the Southern Hemisphere Cruise Auckland Harbour and visit the seaside village of Devonport See the biggest collection of Maori taonga (treasures) in the world at Auckland War Memorial Museum

Princes Queens Wharf Ferry Wharf berths

Visit One Tree Hill thought to have been one of New Zealand’s largest pa (Maori fortification) sites

The rocky islets of the Rakino Group in Auckland’s Hauraki Gulf

Queen Elizabeth Square

Harbour Gates Apartments, Auckland

Coast and Rainforest Walk













To Auckland Airport (30 minutes)

AUCKLAND HOTELS 1. Auckland City Hotel 2. Copthorne Hotel Auckland City 3. Adina Auckland Britomart

AUCKLAND AIRPORT HOTEL 6. Sudima Hotel Auckland Airport WAIHEKE HOTEL 7. Delamore Lodge, Waiheke Island

4. SKYCITY Grand Hotel 5. SKYCITY Hotel

Waitomo Caves and Kiwi House



Albert Park




















To Waiheke Island (40 minute ferry)










Sky Tower




Take a dolphin-spotting excursion










Experience sailing an America’s Cup Grand Prix racer

Auckland Viaduct


Enjoy wine and olive tasting or laze on the beach on laid back Waiheke Island, a 35 minute ferry ride from downtown Auckland

Hobbiton Express Day Tour

Operator: Bush and Beach

Operator: Bush and Beach

Operator: Bush and Beach




Your full day excursion goes first to the Arataki Visitor Centre situated within Auckland’s largest regional park, Waitakere Ranges Regional Park. The breathtaking panoramic views from the sweeping decks extend from the Tasman Sea to the Pacific Ocean. Absorb the area’s history and admire the magnificent traditional Maori Carvings that stand guard there. Continue further west with highly experienced guides to the wild and rugged West Coast where you experience the isolation of the area. Walk amongst New Zealand’s famous kauri trees and native birds. Moderate level of walking ability required for walks of up to one hour duration. Refreshments and picnic lunch are included.

Duration: 7 hours Departs: Daily from Auckland at 10am

Let Bush and Beach take you on a full day tour designed to showcase the best of rural New Zealand landscape in the Waitomo area. Take a walk through the Ruakuri cave system. This walking tour gets you up close to glow worms, as well as a wide range of limestone stalactite and stalagmite formations. Then take a guided walk around the native forested gorge, natural sculpted cliffs and low limestone arches of the Ruakuri valley walk. Enjoy a BBQ lunch before you visit the Kiwi house and native bird park at Otorohanga. A relaxed drive back to Auckland completes the day.

Duration: 11.5 hours Departs: Daily from Auckland at 7am

Let Bush and Beach take you on a magical journey to the Hobbiton movie set, 2.5 hours drive south of Auckland. Hobbiton is one of the main sites for the filming of the ‘Lord of the Rings’ and ‘Hobbit’ trilogies and is regarded as the largest ‘green set’ in the world. This tour includes transport to and from the set with commentary, a fully guided tour of the set, a drink in the Green Dragon Inn, lunch and a complimentary souvenir and hotel transfers.

Duration: 8 hours Departs: Daily from Auckland at 7am


NEW ZEALAND - Auckland

Auckland City & West Coast Tour

Auckland Maori Tour Operator: TIME Unlimited Tours

Operator: TIME Unlimited Tours



Experience Auckland’s very best sights with a local Maori, who will guide you around this fantastic city and the stunning West Coast of Auckland. Marvel at the views of several ancient volcanoes and the highly interesting history that surrounds their place in Tamaki Makaurau (Auckland) since Polynesians arrived in Aotearoa (New Zealand) about 800 years ago. Learn the Maori myths and legends, visit Auckland City highlights, the marine village of Devonport and Auckland’s beautiful West Coast, including black and golden sandy beaches, as well as native flora and fauna.

Discover the very best of Auckland including the marine village of Devonport and Auckland’s famous West Coast on this full day tour with TIME Unlimited Tours, winner of multiple global awards. View some of Auckland’s 48 volcanoes, untamed coastline, spectacular black and golden sand beaches, subtropical rainforest and unique indigenous flora and fauna. Visit Auckland’s most beautiful places on a small group tour in a luxury Mercedes vehicle and highly knowledgeable guide on an amazing full day experience. Includes snacks, refreshments and a great lunch!

Includes snacks, refreshments and a great lunch! Credit: Julian Apse

SKYCITY Grand Hotel

SKYCITY Hotel Auckland

Sudima Auckland Airport

90 Federal Street, Auckland

Cnr Victoria & Federal Streets, Auckland

18 Airpark Drive, Auckland

An oasis of luxury in the heart of a vibrant city.

A city within a city, offering you choices for relaxation, atmosphere and entertainment.

Enjoy the convenience of being close to Auckland Airport yet being able to enjoy the warmth and comforts of this modern design hotel.




In the heart of Auckland, adjacent to the SKYCITY complex and the iconic Sky Tower.

Centrally located with newly refurbished rooms, the SKYCITY complex includes Auckland’s casino.

Property Facilities

Located within 2 minutes of Auckland International Airport. Complimentary airport shuttle bus.

Property Facilities

• 15 restaurants • 8 bars • casino • indoor pool • heated pool • WiFi access • health spa centre • gym/fitness centre • 24 hour room service • business centre • parking facilities • shop

Accommodation • 312 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • iPod dock • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • bathrobes

Property Facilities

15 restaurants • 8 bars • pool • free WiFi access • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • parking facilities • shop


• Restaurant • bar • indoor heated pool • gym/fitness centre • parking


• 344 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • tea/coffee making facilities • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • bathrobes

• 153 rooms • air-conditioning • tea/coffee making facilities • WiFi access • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • bathrobes

NOTE: Restaurant and bar facilities all have charge back facilities to the room.

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Adina Auckland Britomart

Copthorne Auckland City

Auckland City Hotel

2 Tapora Street, Auckland

150 Anzac Avenue, Auckland

157 Hobson Street, Auckland

Located in Auckland Central Business District and only minutes from the city’s best offerings.

A comfortable, well equipped metropolitan hotel.

Retaining the 1912 character and charm of its past enhanced with a new building.




Located in the heart of Auckland’s Central Business District only minutes from Queens Wharf harbour and the Britomart precinct. Explore Auckland like a local - see world class concerts at Vector Arena, spend a day shopping at Britomart or eat your way along the waterfront at exciting bars and restaurants.

Property Facilities • Free WiFi • Room Service • Gym • 24 hour reception • Luggage storage • Bar • Restaurant • Conference facilities



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• 159 studios and apartments • mini bar • kitchenette (studios) and kitchen (apartments) • laundry (apartments only) • iron • ironing board • hairdryer • separate lounge dining and work Map Ref: 3 area • cable TV

Centrally located, within easy walking distance of Auckland’s shopping and entertainment areas.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • 24 hour reception • WiFi access • parking facilities

In the heart of the Auckland entertainment and business district and within 5 minutes’ walk of Sky City and Queen Street shopping district. Victoria Park Market and Viaduct Harbour are each a 10-minute walk away.

Property facilities

Accommodation • 106 rooms • air-conditioning • tea/coffee making facilities • mini bar • refrigerator • WiFi access • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

• Unique boutique rooms in heritage building • 138 modern guest rooms in extension building • Secure underground parking • Access to a fitness centre with pool • Café • Restaurant

Accommodation • LCD TV • in room safe • hairdryer • free 500mb WiFi per day • work station • iron/ironing board • individually controlled heating system

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83 Delamore Drive, Waiheke Island

Sensational beaches, restaurants and world-famous vineyards are all at your doorstep. Location Cliff edge on the ‘Island of Wine’, Waiheke is only 30 minutes by ferry from Auckland.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • wine cellar • infinity pool • sauna • jacuzzi • day spa • library • business pavilion • tour desk • parking • helicopter landing pad

Accommodation • 4 plush suites • 1 two bedroom apartment • sun-facing patio • air-conditioning • mini bar • espresso machine • free WiFi access • hairdryer • bathrobes Map Ref: 7

Bay of Islands

Scenic Hotel Bay Of Islands Cnr Seaview & Macmurray Roads, Paihia

World famous for the natural unspoilt beauty of its island-studded waterways, offering a wide array of water-based activities. Off the water there are a multitude of things to do. Paihia is the main tourism area. From here visit the oldest missionary church in Kerikeri or the Treaty House in Waitangi.

The hotel is an ideal base for your next Bay of Islands holiday. With a choice of accommodation and extensive guest facilities, you’ll soon feel right at home.

Things to do in the Bay of Islands


Swim with the dolphins - dive and meet some of the ocean’s friendliest inhabitants. Visit the giant Kauri trees of the Waipoua Forest and stand in awe at the base of Tane Mahuta – the 2000-year-old ‘Lord of the Forest’ Embrace culture and heritage. Northland is rich in historical sites and artefacts. Be sure to visit the Waitangi Treaty Grounds

Dive off the Tutukaka Coast a renowned diver’s paradise Join a tour along 90 Mile Beach and toboggan down giant sand dunes at Te Paki Stream Witness the meeting of the Tasman Sea and Pacific Oceans at Cape Regina – a spiritual pace for the indigenous Maori people

NEW ZEALAND - Waiheke Island & Bay of Islands

Delamore Lodge, Waiheke Island

Scenic Hotel Bay of Islands is located in Paihia, close to Paihia Beach, town centre, sightseeing cruises and Waitangi Treaty Grounds. Regional points of interest also include Kerikeri Mission House and Ngaiotonga Scenic Reserve.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • lounge bar • 24-hour Reception • 24-hour Room service • laundry • Valet laundry / dry-cleaning • Swimming pool • Internet kiosks • free WiFi • parking • Tourist information and booking service

Accommodation • 114 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • balcony • hairdryer• iron/ironing board • bathrobes • CD player

Copthorne Hotel Bay Of Islands Tau Henare Drive, Paihia

Great location on the waterfront. Enjoy the expansive feature pool or unwind in the spa. Location Within the Waitangi National Trust Reserve.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • pool • tour desk • parking facilities • tennis court

Accommodation • 180 rooms • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board


NEW ZEALAND - Rotorua and Beyond

Rotorua & Beyond Rotorua is the beating heart of New Zealand with unique experiences that will capture your heart and elevate your soul. Feel the earth’s power through the natural geothermal wonders and discover authentic Maori culture. A visit to Hawkes Bay wine region, Lake Taupo, and the art-deco town of Napier will complete your visit to this region. Things to do in Rotorua and Beyond… Marvel at bubbling mudpools, geysers and hot water springs in one of Rotorua’s unique geothermal parks Be enriched by an authentic evening of Maori storytelling and cultural traditions at Te Po, Rotorua Dine at ‘Eat Streat’ Rotorua which offers a year round smorgasbord of gastronomical delights

Experience the twinkling ‘Glowworm Grotto’ at the Waitomo caves Discover the real Middle-Earth at Hobbiton, filming location for Lord of the Rings Take a flight to the world’s most accessible active volcano, White Island Get active on Australasia’s largest lake, Lake Taupo

Credit: Fraser Clements

Ultimate Adrenaline Combo

Skyline Rotorua – Gondola

Scenic Rafting

Operator: Off Road NZ

Operator: Skyline Rotorua

Operator: River Rats Raft & Kayak




Set amongst a stunning backdrop of NZ forest wilderness, Off Road NZ offers experiences for all ages and abilities. Our adventure activities include Raceline Karting – 1.2 kilometres of kart racing excitement and the only product of its type in NZ. Monster 4X4 Thrill Ride– hang on tight while being driven through our twisting and turning native forest trails in a purpose built Monster Truck . 4WD Bush Safari, our premier 4WD experience that puts the driver in control like never before with challenges and obstacles along the way. Every activity is fully guided by our highly trained and entertaining guides.

The Skyline Rotorua complex is situated just minutes from central Rotorua, high up Mt Ngongotaha. Take a leisurely uphill Gondola ride and enjoy the extensive views of Rotorua, the surrounding lakes and geothermal areas.

Duration: Minimum 2 hours Departs: Daily from Fairy Springs Road, Rotorua NOTE: Valid for one return ride only.

Duration: 2 hours Departs: Daily from Rotorua

Situated in the Okere Falls Scenic Reserve, the grade 5 Kaituna River features the world’s highest commercially rafted waterfall, the awesome 7 metre Tutea Falls. Although this trip provides fullon action, every rapid is followed by calm water, making it very forgiving for a grade 5 river. For those who prefer a quieter ride, there’s always the Rangitaiki Grade 3–4 rapids, or the Rangitaiki Grade 2, suitable for participants as young as 5 years.

Duration: ex Rotorua allow 5.5 – 6 hours including transfers. For the Kaituna allow 3 hours including transfers. Departs: Both Rangitaiki trips are 10:30am departure NOTE: Departure times differ in Summer.

NOTE: Not open Christmas Day.

Te Pō - Indigenous Evening Experience Combo

White Island - Whakaari Active Volcanic Landing & Walking Tour

Mount Tarawera/Waimangu Volcanic Valley - Eruption Trail Tour




Operator: Te Puia

Te Puia is home to the famous Pōhutu Geyser, bubbling mud pools and the New Zealand Maori arts and crafts institute. Explore beautiful nature trails and you will even find a New Zealand icon, the Kiwi bird on site. Enjoy an exclusive tour with our local guides and discover rich layers of Maori culture, from the land itself to the artworks, the people, stories, traditions and architecture. At dusk, Te Puia takes on a magical quality in the illuminated thermal valley. Te Pō is an award-winning evening experience of Maori storytelling, entertainment, a sumptuous hangi banquet and a hot chocolate beside a moonlit Pōhutu Geyser to end the evening.


Duration: 4.5 hours Departs: Daily at 4:30pm

Operator: Volcanic Air

Walk to the edge of an active crater lake, over hot streams, past steaming volcanic vents and colourful sulphur formations, before viewing this privately-owned volcano’s long abandoned mining ruins. This somewhat lunar experience on New Zealand’s only permanently active offshore volcano is breathtaking and when combined with helicopter flights above our lakes district and the Bay of Plenty is a unique and surreal lifetime experience.

Duration: Allow 2.5 - 3 hours Departs: As requested

Operator: Volcanic Air

Fly over the site of the largest eruption in New Zealand’s living memory, Mount Tarawera, and gain an appreciation of how the 1886 eruption changed this stunning landscape. From Mount Tarawera to the Waimangu Volcanic Valley, view the eruption trail and surrounding Lakes district whilst enjoying informed commentary from your experienced local pilot/guide, all combined with the thrill of taking off and landing on water at the Rotorua City Lakefront.

Duration: Allow 30 minutes Departs: As requested

NEW ZEALAND - Rotorua Suggested and Itineraries Beyond

Hobbiton Movie Set Tours Operator: Rings Scenic Tours Ltd

Sightseeing The Hobbiton Movie Set Tour is a visitor experience based at the original location where Hobbiton was created for the filming of The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit films. Your guide will escort you through the ten acre site recounting fascinating details of how the Hobbiton Movie Set was created. Hobbit holes, The Green Dragon Inn, The Mill and other structures can be viewed and you will see how this beautiful piece of Waikato farmland was transformed into The Shire from Middle-earth. After your tour of the film set return to The Shires Rest Cafe and visit The Shire Store.

Duration: 2 hours Departs: from Rotorua and Matamata

Tamaki Maori Village

Hells Gate Mud Bath and Spa

Operator: Tamaki Maori Village

Operator: Hells Gate and Waiora Spa



New Zealand’s Most Awarded Cultural Experience! Experience an evening of ceremonial ritual, powerful cultural performance, storytelling and hangi feasting. Share in the Powhiri, our ancient ceremony of welcome before entering our pre-European Maori Village. The village comes alive with sights, sounds and activity of days gone by. You will have the opportunity to participate. Witness the earth being scraped away from the hangi pit to reveal baskets of food cooked beneath the ground on hot stones. Enter the ancestral meeting house and enjoy a powerful cultural performance before dining the traditional hangi buffet feast!

Duration: 3.5 hours Departs: Nightly from Rotorua

Begin with a gentle self-guided walk through New Zealand’s most active geothermal reserve. View the largest hot waterfall in the Southern Hemisphere, the only mud volcano, bubbling mud, exploding waters, soft hot waters and mud of Sulphur Lake. After the walk take a 20 minute geothermal mud bath which will leave your skin very clean and soft. Then soak in the pure sulphurous waters of the spa overlooking the geothermal reserve, and enjoy the hot waterfall. You may relax here for as long as you like.

Duration: 2 hours to a full day Departs: Daily from Rotorua Credit: Fraser Clements


NEW ZEALAND - Rotorua and Beyond

Treetops Lodge & Estate 351 Kearoa Road, Horohoro, Rotorua

Award winning luxury lodge on 2,500 acres, in an 800-year old native forest - a nature lover’s sanctuary Location In heart of New Zealand’s unique forest and thermal wonderland, trout fishing mecca and cultural capital, Rotorua.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • wilderness spa with outdoor jacuzzis • 70 km adventure (hiking and biking) trails • rivers • waterfalls • fly fishing • wildfood cooking school • 4WD wilderness safaris • clay pigeon shooting • archery range • 5 star kids club • kayaking • on site helicopter

Accommodation • 8 luxury villas with open fire and jacuzzi • 4 luxury lodge rooms • Cottage and Owners Apartment

Millennium Hotel Rotorua

Novotel Rotorua Lakeside

Regent of Rotorua

1270 Hinemaru Street, Rotorua

Tutanekai Street, Rotorua

1191 Pukaki Street, Rotorua

Enjoy the nightly poolside Feast and Revue, traditional food and Maori culture.

Relax in the geothermal spas after a day of sightseeing. Centrally located on the shores of Lake Rotorua, with easy access to shopping and sightseeing.

Escape to The Regent of Rotorua, Rotorua’s newest designer Boutique Hotel offering stylish luxury accommodation with a touch of glamour.




Close to the shores of Lake Rotorua and a brief stroll to shops and restaurants.

Property Facilities • 2 restaurants • bar • indoor pool • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • business centre • parking facilities

Accommodation • 227 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

Near the shores of Lake Rotorua, metres from the Central Business District and restaurants and close to the unique geothermal landscape.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • indoor pool • geothermal pools • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • parking facilities

Accommodation • 199 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • satellite TV • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

Rotorua’s most stylish hotel, this central city hotel has been designed with the modern traveller in mind. Prepare to be wowed by an eclectic mix of stylish spaces. Refreshingly original, the Regent marks the epitome of chic, luxury accommodation in the city.

Property Facilities • 1 restaurant • outdoor heated swimming pool • indoor heated mineral pool • mini gymnasium • 24-hour reception • concierge • complimentary off-street parking

Accommodation • 35 rooms • air conditioning • tea and coffee making facilities • bathrobes • television • mini bar • iPod docking stations • hairdryer • complimentary WiFi • iron & ironing board


Credit: Fraser Clements

NEW ZEALAND - Rotorua and Beyond

Sudima Lake Rotorua 1000 Eruera Street, Rotorua

Good tourist hotel in a premium lakeshore location. Location On the shores of Lake Rotorua, within walking distance to shops, cafés and attractions.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • heated pool • indoor pool • tour desk • parking facilities • shop

Accommodation • 250 rooms • refrigerator • internet • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • tea/coffee making facility

Distinction Rotorua Hotel

Huka Lodge, Taupo

The Crown Hotel Napier

390 Fenton Street, Rotorua

Huka Falls Rd, Taupo

Cnr Bridge St & Hardinge Rd, Ahuriri, Napier

Distinction Rotorua presents a full range of superior accommodation.

Huka Lodge proudly takes its place as one of the world’s finest retreats – its reputation and abundance of awards all richly deserved.

Choose from elegant heritage suites in the restored 1932 Art Deco building, or ocean views from the modern contemporary rooms.




Distinction Rotorua is situated on the southern end of Fenton Street, opposite Rotorua’s most prestigious golf course Arikkapakapa. Known for its traditional Maori culture and geothermal activity, this city is vibrant year round.

Property Facilities • 3 restaurants • bar • pool • heated pool • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • parking • shop

Accommodation • 133 rooms • overhead fan • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free unlimited WiFi • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • interconnecting rooms

Nestled within 17-acres of manicured grounds on the banks of the mighty Waikato River, Taupo. With just 18 Junior Lodge Suites, and two private cottages providing two luxurious hideaways, Huka Lodge is perfect for families and friends holidaying together.

Property Facilities • restaurant • pool • tennis court • 20 private dining locations • return airport transfers • free parking • concierge service

Accommodation • 25 suites • air-conditioning • mini bar • nespresso coffee machine • WiFi • balcony

Overlooking the waterfront in the historical, picturesque seaside village of Ahuriri, with boutique shops/cafés and the ocean at your doorstep.

Property Facilities • Complimentary car parking • daily newspaper • laundry facilities • fitness centre • WiFi • conference/function facilities • heritage bar with outdoor courtyard and fireplace • restaurant

Accommodation • 39 guest rooms and suites • studios • one and two bedroom suites • private decks • underfloor heating • Bluetooth audio systems • minibar • luxurious bathrobes • fine linen • LCD TV • heritage suites feature original touches including ‘juliet’ balconies

Sudima Hamilton 287 Victoria St, Hamilton Central, Hamilton

Stay at the heart of Hamilton city, accessible to many restaurants and bars. Location Ideally located in the Central Business District adjacent to Skycity Casino and within a short stroll to numerous bars, restaurants and retail shops.

Property Facilities • accessible car parking • kitchenettes • high-speed internet • 24 hour reception • laundry • wheel chair access • wake up calls

Accommodation • 69 rooms, including 1 & 2 bedroom apartment style accommodation • tea/coffee making facilities • WiFi access • hairdryer • iron/ironing board Credit: Tourism New Zealand


NEW ZEALAND - Wellington

Mercure Wellington Abel Tasman Hotel


169 Willis Street, Te Aro, Wellington

Feel the creative pulse of the coolest little capital in the world, a compact urban city with a natural soul. Embraced by ocean and hill, Wellington sets the native and historic stories of the youngest country on earth against world class coffee, cocktails, cuisine and a world-leading film industry.

Mercure Wellington Abel Tasman is Wellington’s best choice for travellers wanting to combine both business and leisure within central Wellington.

Things to do in Wellington


Visit New Zealand’s national museum, Te Papa Tongarewa, for an insight into the New Zealand way of life, past and present

Catch a ferry to Matiu/Somes Island in the middle of Wellington harbour – a conservation project with a colourful history

Want to spot a Kiwi? Visit the Wellington Zoo or Zealandia: The Karori Sanctuary Experience

Take a four-wheel drive tour to the south coast and see a colony of New Zealand fur seals

Visit the Weta Cave listed at the top of Lonely Planet’s Must-see in Wellington

Located in the heart of Wellington’s business and entertainment districts, this hotel provides easy access to bars, restaurants, cafes and main tourist attractions.

Property facilities • free WiFi • 24 hour reception • undercover parking • laundry and dry cleaning • room service • wheelchair access • off-site gym access • on-site dining

Accommodation • 73 rooms • free WiFi • sky channels • non-smoking rooms • electric heating • daily room servicing • mini refrigerator • steam iron & ironing board • hair dryer

There and Back Again: The Full Experience Operator: Weta Studio Tours

Sightseeing Enter the world of Weta Workshop with There and Back Again: The Full Experience, a guided round trip by Weta Studio Tours! You’ll enjoy return transfers from Wellington i-SITE to Weta Studio Tours, where you’ll explore our Weta Cave Workshop Tour and our Miniatures Stage Tour: Thunderbirds Are Go. Your driver will highlight iconic film sites during your journey and you’ll get priority seating to our exclusive documentary. A Weta Workshop crew member will then show you incredible props and costumes from films like The Hobbit and Avatar, followed by a journey through the amazing miniatures of Thunderbirds Are Go!

Duration: 4 hours Departs: Daily at 9am, 10:30am, 12pm and 1:30pm

Museum of New Zealand, Te Papa Tongarewa Operated by: Te Papa

Attraction Take a tour of Te Papa, New Zealand’s innovative and interactive national museum, for an informative and inspiring overview of New Zealand’s unique natural environment, Maori culture and taonga (treasures), dynamic art heritage and its fascinating history. With a combination of the latest technology and classic story-telling, Te Papa educates, entertains, and inspires.

Hours: Open every day of the year from 10am – 6pm (except 25th December)


NEW ZEALAND - Marlborough

Marlborough Wellington

Marlborough is a region of beauty where water, wine Feel the creative pulse of the coolest little capital in and wilderness combine to create a relaxing escape. the world, a compact urban city with a natural soul. Home to theby Marlborough Sounds and Queen Embraced ocean and hill, Wellington sets Charlotte the native Track, wine and foodof is the a key attraction and with and historic stories youngest country on more earth than 40 winery cellar doors as well as great restaurants against world class coffee, cocktails, cuisine and a worldand amazing seafood, you going topolitical love Marlborough. leading film industry. Neware Zealand’s centre is also celebrated as the country’s cultural and creative hub, with Things to do in Marlborough the picturesque city packed with cafés, bars, restaurants, Wake up in paradise, staymuseums. in the Take a winery tour. There aresanctuaries a galleries, public art, and innovative vines or have a night away in the variety of local wine trail operators Combined with the neighbouring boutique wine region of Marlborough Sounds providing a popular way to see and Wairarapa, Wellington is a not-to-be-missed destination. sample what Marlborough has to Cruise the waterways of the Marlborough Sounds by boat

Don’t miss visiting the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre, for a visual feast of World War One aircraft

Walk or mountain bike the famous Queen Charlotte Track for one day, or four

Getting active on the water; kayaking, sailing, dolphin swimming or self-drive safari

offer, be it by car, coach or bicycle!

The Picton Mail Boat Cruise Operated by: Beachcomber Cruises

1 Day Walk Ship Cove to Furneaux Lodge Operated by: Beachcomber Cruises

Marlborough Sound

Scenic Hotel Marlborough 65 Alfred St, Blenheim

Scenic Hotel Marlborough offers guests the ultimate in modern comfort and service. Sightseeing Join us on this must do New Zealand iconic Mail boat cruise. Cruising through the Queen Charlotte Sounds in style aboard one of our newest catamarans, this fast speed luxury vessel will take you to unspoilt bays whilst delivering mail freight and groceries to the residents that call these tranquil waterways home. Enjoy an informative complimentary about the marine environment and history of these beautiful surrounds before enjoying 15mins ashore at historic Ship Cove (1 October-30 April only). We are marine mammal watch approved so keep an eye out for the local wildlife and enjoy a complementary tea and coffee.

Duration: 4.5 hours. 1:30pm – 5:30/6pm Departs: Picton Waterfront. Monday through to Saturday

Sightseeing The Queen Charlotte Track offers virgin New Zealand bush and exceptional views. Start your walk at historic Ship Cove, climb away from the beach through native forest regenerating beneath a high canopy of trees. Relax and take in the stunning views of the Queen Charlotte Sound spread out before you. This track offers breath taking forest and many native New Zealand bird species. Furneaux Lodge at the head of the Endeavor Inlet is your destination. Here you can buy drinks and meals and relax before boarding your cruise vessel at approximately 4-4.30pm for your return to Picton. Arriving back at approximately 5.30-6pm.

Duration: 5 hours walk time Distance: 15kms

Location Located in the heart of Marlborough, this hotel is just minutes walk from the centre of Blenheim with some of New Zealand’s finest food and wine virtually on your doorstep.

Property Facilities • restaurant & bar • 24-hour reception • room service • outdoor heated pool • spa and sauna • laundry and dry-cleaning • free WiFi • guest parking • air-conditioning

Accommodation • 54 guest rooms • tea & coffee facilities • iPod docking station • in-room safe • minibar • Sky TV • toiletries • hairdryer • ironing facilities • interconnecting rooms

Chateau Marlborough Cnr High & Henry Streets, Blenheim

Chateau Studio

The Chateau’s striking architecture epitomizes the hotel’s reputation and personalised service. Location Overlooking Seymour Square and centrally located within a 2 minute walk to the city centre.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • pool • heated pool • day spa • tour desk • parking

Accommodation • 80 rooms • air conditioning • complimentary WiFi • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • bathrobes • interconnecting rooms • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • kitchenettes available



Grand Mercure Nelson Monaco Apartments


6 Point Road, Monaco, Nelson

Come and enjoy the diverse landscape of three national parks – from snow capped mountains, to lush green forests, rolling vineyards, golden beaches with turquoise waters and long balmy summer days. The Abel Tasman National Park is the most visited national park in New Zealand even though it’s the smallest.

The perfect place to escape everyday life and relax in the old world charm of a village atmosphere. Location The hotel is five minutes from Nelson Airport and 15 minutes from the city centre. Overlooks the Waimea Inlet and Tasman Bay.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • fitness centre • pool • satellite TV • tour desk • parking facilities

Accommodation • 20 rooms • 61 apartments • overhead fan (standard rooms only) • refrigerator (apartments only) • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi • hairdryer • iron/ironing board Abel Tasman National Park


Credit: Fraser Clements

NEW ZEALAND - Christchurch & Beyond

Christchurch This vibrant picturesque region offers an abundance of natural wonders: the sparkling Pacific Ocean, majestic Southern Alps and an ancient volcanic peninsula. Discover the area’s lush vineyards, pristine glacial lakes, world-class natural wildlife experiences and Mount Cook National Park, all part of this region of remarkable contrast. Things to do in Christchurch and Beyond... Make the most of the longest ski season in Australasia at Mount Hutt Explore the alpine wilderness of Mount Cook on a mountain walk Land on the Tasman Glacier in a skiplane, or go heli-skiing amidst the tranquillity and silence of the pristine alpine environment Head north to soak in a thermal pool at Hanmer Springs Thermal Pools and Spa Go whale watching at Kaikoura, just two hours north of Christchurch

Fox Glacier

Enjoy one of the six most spectacular train journeys in the world, the stunningly scenic TranzAlpine Express journey from Christchurch to Arthur’s Pass


KAIKOURA HANMER SPRINGS Hanmer Springs & Hurunui

Get away from it all in a hot air balloon. Drift over the Canterbury Plains with the Southern Alps on one side and the Pacific


Arthur’s Pass & Selwyn





Mid Canterbury Mackenzie



Akaroa & Banks Peninsula

TIMARU South Canterbury


Pop up cafe, Christchurch

Hanmer Springs Attractions Operated by: Hanmer Springs Attractions

Attraction Located on the main road into Hanmer Springs over-looking the river and ferry bridge, Hanmer Springs Attractions has something for everybody! Jet Boating – Jetboat the entire length of Hanmer’s spectacular Waiau Gorge! Rafting – Raft the crystal clear river - Fun for the whole family. Bungy Jumping – The 135 year old Waiau Ferry Bridge is the site of the bungy jump 35 meters high. Quad Bike Safari – Put yourself in control of a four-wheel quad bike. Challenge the terrain, with river crossings, mud, dust, dirt and excitement. All activities are available daily and vary in time from 20 minutes to 2 hours.

Discover Christchurch, 2hr City Tour + 24hr hop on hop off combo pass

Lord of the Rings – Edoras Tour



Operated by: Hassle-Free Tours

This is the very best way to experience the ‘magic’ of Christchurch! Enjoy a 24hr combo pass for the Hop on Hop off tour and see all the central city attractions at your leisure. On the Discover Tour, you will visit the earthquake affected Catholic Basilica and eastern suburbs, before heading to the seaside village of Sumner, followed by a journey up the Port Hills for stunning views of the city, mountains and ocean.

Duration: 2 hour fixed tour + 24 hour hop on hop off Departs: 9am

Operated by: Hassle Free Tours

Join us on The Lord of the Rings Tour and journey to the Lord of the Rings filming location: remote and beautiful Mt Potts high country station, home of Mt Sunday. See how this peaceful mountain was transformed into Edoras, the capital city of the Rohan people in The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Immerse yourself in the natural, un-spoilt beauty of this breath-taking area with its sparkling clear lakes, glistening blue rivers and fresh, crisp mountain air. If you are not a Lord of the Rings fan, you will still enjoy this fantastic day full of incredible scenery.

Duration: 8 – 9 hours Departs: Daily from Christchurch accommodation


NEW ZEALAND - Christchurch & Beyond

Akaroa Day Tour

Kaikoura Whale Watch

City Sights

Operated by: Leisure Tours

Operated by: Leisure Tours

Operated by: Leisure Tours




Enjoy beautiful scenery en route to Akaroa, such as Governor’s Bay, Gebbies Pass and Lake. Ellesmere. Travel through the spectacular scenery surrounding Banks Peninsula, formed following violent eruptions of two ancient volcanoes. The Akaroa crater nurses the picturesque harbour and Akaroa village. Experience a nature cruise on Akaroa Harbour. Watch out for seals, penguins and the rare, NZ native dolphin - the Hector’s Dolphin from your boat. See giant volcanic sea cliffs & hear about Akaroa’s fascinating past.

Duration: 9 hours Departs: Daily

Duration: 10.5 hours Departs: Daily from Christchurch

City sights tour featuring the central city highlights, botanical gardens, Museum and Art Centre, the city’s new pop up container mall and seaside suburb of Sumner. The tour can change daily due to road closures and new areas re-opening. Why not combine the City Sights tour with admission into the International Antarctic Centre. The centre recreates the atmosphere of Antarctica with a Snow and Ice Experience, the Blue Penguin Encounter and an exhilarating Hagglung ride. This option is only available for the morning departure and will add an additional two hours to your tour.

Duration: 3 hours Departs: 9am or 1:30pm

Akaroa Swim With The Dolphins

Waipara Springs Wine Tour with Lunch

Whale Watch

Operated by: Leisure Tours

Operated by: Whale Watch Kaikoura Ltd




Operated by: Leisure Tours

Depart Christchurch and travel to Akaroa, stopping to enjoy the scenic views from the volcanic rim. Arriving in Akaroa we join the Canterbury Cat Too for a cruise on the Akaroa Harbour sighting dolphins, penguins and seals. Prior to your departure you will be equipped with wet suit, mask, snorkel and flippers. On locating a pod of Hectors Dolphins you will enter the water to swim with these rare and endangered mammals. Following your return to Akaroa village time will be available for lunch and to explore the many fine craft shops and old French colonial buildings prior to your return to Christchurch.

Duration: 9 hours Departs: Daily from Christchurch at 7:30am


Travel to Kaikoura where the mountains meet the sea. Enjoy an exciting up-close encounter with the giant sperm whale. A typical tour may encounter New Zealand fur seals, pods of dusky dolphins and the endangered wandering albatross. Depending on the season you may also see migrating humpback whales, pilot whales and southern right whales. Kailkoura often hosts the worlds largest dolphin - the orca and is home to the world's smallest and rarest - the Hector's.

Credit: Kyle Mulinder

This tour explores 4 of North Canterbury’s boutique vineyards. From Christchurch we drive 45 minutes north through the New Zealand countryside to the Waipara Valley, well known for its warm, dry climate and rich alluvial soils, ideal for superior wine production. Over 40 vineyards and wineries pepper the landscape of the valley, with pinot noir, riesling, chardonnay and sauvignon blanc dominating local plantings. The first stop is at Waipara Springs Winery where both a tasting of their wines and lunch has been arranged for your enjoyment. You will also stop for tastings at Pegasus Bay, Waipara Hills and Greystone Winery. A late morning departure will be arranged.

Duration: 6 hours approximately NOTE: Should any of the above named wineries be unavailable on the day, an alternative winery in the Waipara area will be included

Every Whale Watch tour is a unique experience and the sightings vary. Giant sperm whales are the stars of the show and year round residents. A typical Whale Watch tour may encounter New Zealand fur seals, pods of dusky dolphins and the endangered wandering albatross. Depending on the season you may also see migrating humpback whales, pilot whales, blue whales and southern right whales. Kaikoura often hosts the world’s largest dolphin, the orca, and is home to the world’s smallest and rarest, the Hector’s. Kaikoura also attracts the largest concentration and variety of seabirds on mainland New Zealand including 13 species of albatross, 14 varieties of petrels and 7 types of shearwater.

Duration: 3.5 hours Departs: Four departures daily from Kaikoura

The George Christchurch

Rendezvous Christchurch

351 Montreal St, Christchurch

50 Park Terrace, Christchurch

166 Gloucester Street, Christchurch

Unique in design and beautifully finished, Hotel Montreal offers accommodation that is the perfect mix of refined elegance and modern sophistication.

An intimate hotel with unparalleled personal service and a charming ambience.

Be sure to enjoy a meal in Straits Cafe – contemporary style dishes showcasing local and seasonal produce.




Overlooking Cranmer Square and situated close to the tranquil Hagley Park, Hotel Montreal blends European flair with contemporary style

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • cafe • 24 hour reception • courtyard • free WiFi • fitness centre • disabled facilities • gift/news stand • free parking

Accommodation • 26 rooms • air-conditioning • kitchen facilities • balcony

Sudima Christchurch Airport 550 Memorial Avenue, Christchurch

Alongside beautiful, expansive Hagley Park and the tranquil Avon River. Just a step to the arts market, restaurants, theatres and gardens.

Property Facilities • 2 restaurants • bar • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • business centre • parking facilities

Accommodation • 53 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi access • in room safe • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • bathrobes • butler/maid service

Chateau on the Park, a DoubleTree by Hilton

In the heart of the city, a block from Cathedral Square and metres from New Regent Street.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • gym/fitness room • sauna • free WiFi access

Accommodation • 171 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi

Heartland Hotel Cotswold

182 Deans Ave, Riccarton, Christchurch

88-96 Papanui Road, Merivale, Christchurch

An ideal place for stopovers, located only two minutes from Christchurch International Airport by hotel courtesy shuttle.

Nestled amongst five acres of gardens, this hotel features a moat, outdoor pool, restaurant and bar

A well positioned for business or leisure travellers.




2 minutes from the airport. Next to the Spitfire Shopping Precinct. 15 minutes to the city.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • WiFi access • parking

Accommodation • 241 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

Situated 2.9km from the city, this property is convenient to Christchurch Botanic Gardens, the western business district, Horncastle Arena, AMI Stadium and Hagley Oval. 6km from Christchurch International Airport.

Property Facilities • restaurant • bar • outdoor heated pool • fitness centre • rose gardens • shuttle to Central Business District

Accommodation • 192 rooms • WiFi • HDTV • Sky TV • bathtub and shower

NEW ZEALAND - Christchurch & Beyond

Hotel Montreal

Just 20 minutes drive from Christchurch airport, located on the edge of Christchurch’s Central Business District, it is an easy stroll to boutique shopping , Christchurch Casino and the beautiful Hagley Park.

Property Facilities • 24-hour reception • 24-hour room service • laundry and dry-cleaning service • complimentary WiFi • swimming pool and sauna • fitness centre • Spacious grounds and picturesque gardens • internet kiosk • guest parking

Accommodation • 76 guest rooms including 1 & 2 bedroom suites • free WiFi • Sky TV • toiletries • hairdryer • tea & coffee facilities • bar fridge • ironing facilities

Credit: Julian Apse


NEW ZEALAND - Fox Glacier & Mount Cook

Fox Glacier & Mount Cook

Operated by: The Helicopter Line

Astonishing blue lakes, soaring peaks, untamed coastal paradise, remarkable scenery and rare native wildlife, whatever you do in this stunning area it will be forever cemented in your memory.

Sightseeing Experience this magnificent alpine environment with a high alpine flight over the Ben Ohau Mountains. Fly close to the steep ridges and rise over a mountain pass which reveals superb views out to Aoraki/Mount Cook and its surrounding peaks. Prepare yourself for an amazing alpine landing where you will be able to step out of the helicopter and play in the snow.

Duration: 1/2 hour Departs: Daily from Mount Cook

Mount Cook

The Adventurer: Tasman Glacier Heli-hike

The Wigley: Top of the Tasman

Flying Fox: Heli Hike

Operated by: Mt Cook Glacier Guiding

Operated by: Fox Glacier Guiding




Operated by: Mt Cook Glacier Guiding

Combine the excitement of walking on New Zealand’s biggest glacier with the thrill of breathtaking scenic helicopter fly-bys of New Zealand’s largest mountain, Aoraki/Mt Cook. You fly in to your drop off point on a remote part of the glacier. Together with your guide you’ll safely explore the ice features on the glacier. Every journey is unique, because the glacier is changing all the time and our experienced guides are always finding something new and interesting to show our visitors.

Duration: 3 hours (up to 2 hours on the ice) Departs: Daily at 8:45am, 10:45am, 12:45pm

Explore the immense beauty of the upper snowfield of the Haupapa/Tasman Glacier. As you fly in to 2200m onboard either your helicopter or ski plane. Equipped with snow shoes, walking poles, harness and other equipment, you are ready to explore ice formations in this ever-changing environment; you’re in the heart and birthplace of New Zealand mountaineering. Your flight home tracks down the eastern side of New Zealand’s highest mountain, Aoraki/Mt Cook and the stunning Hochstetter icefall.

Duration: 5 hours (up to 3 hours on the ice) Departs: Daily at 8:15am, 11:30am

The fly-in, fly-out Heli Hike combines the excitement of walking on the Fox Glacier with the thrill of helicopter flights. By flying in you are able to access and explore a part of the glacier where its forces work hardest and often create spectacular ice caves and arches. Once fitted out with equipment you board your helicopter and fly over the pinnacles of the lower icefall and take in views of the dramatic upper icefall and Victoria falls. On the ice, crampons are securely fastened to your boots. You will then follow the ice steps cut by your guide as you explore the amazing ever changing ice formations.

Duration: 4 hours Departs: Daily

Heartland Hotel Glacier Country

Distinction Fox Glacier Hotel

The Hermitage Hotel

Main Road, State Highway 6, Fox Glacier

Terrace Road, Mt Cook

Luxury bed and breakfast accommodation nestled beneath the towering Southern Alps on the West Coast of NZ.

Perfect year-round retreat, surrounded by majestic scenery.

This newly refurbished hotel is the ideal place from which you can explore Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers




Fox Glacier, a charming township in the beautiful alpine region of the South Island, New Zealand. Walking distance to Fox Glacier village.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • free unlimited WiFi • tour desk • parking • guest laundry • guest lounge and library

Accommodation • 20 rooms • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free unlimited WiFi • 50+ SKY channels • balcony • separate shower and bath • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • bathrobes • CD player


Alpine Explorer

Located within the Aoraki Mount Cook National Park, nestled beneath the towering peaks of the Southern Alps in a natural mountain amphitheatre.

Property Facilities • 2 restaurants • 2 bars • cafe • tour desk • free WiFi in public areas • free parking facilities • shop

Accommodation • 164 hotel rooms • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • internet • free WiFi in premium rooms

39 Main Road, Fox Glacier

Located in Fox Glacier village, within a unique World Heritage Area. The internationally recognised Westland World Heritage Park, includes the Fox and Franz Josef Glaciers , is on our doorstep - a short distance from Fox Glacier. Experience the unique atmosphere of the South Island’s West Coast, where rustic rural New Zealand meets friendly service and real Kiwi hospitality

Property Facilities • Restaurant • room service • guest laundry • free WiFi • complimentary guest parking • business services • tour desk

Accommodation • 51 guest rooms • free WiFi • heating • TV • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • tea/coffee making facilities • bar fridge

NEW ZEALAND - Queenstown

Queenstown A sophisticated holiday resort on the banks of Lake Wakatipu in a beautiful alpine setting with rugged mountains, majestic lakes, crystal-clear air, and just so much to do. From bungy jumping to wine trails, jet boating to tramping, dining out to skiing, the tricky part is extending your stay to try and fit everything in. Things to do in Queenstown... Sit back, relax and take the whole family on the panoramic gondola ride up to the top of Bob’s Peak, then ride the thrilling luge back down Hold on tight as your Shotover jet boat darts over rapids and through narrow canyon boulders reaching speeds of up to 85kph Defy gravity with adrenalin pumping activities like bungy jumping, skydiving, zip-lining, canyon swing and zorbing.

Lake Wakatipu, Queenstown

Experience the spectacular Southern Alps this winter season by skiing or snowboarding The Remarkables or Coronet Peak Cruise scenic Lake Wakatipu on the iconic vintage steamship The TSS Earnslaw to a working sheep and cattle farm Feast on a wide array of fresh, seasonal and locally grown produce from one of the many restaurants Sample a decadent drop from the internationally acclaimed Central Otago Wine Region

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Steamers Wharf


Queenstown Bay



Queenstown Gardens


QUEENSTOWN HOTELS 1.Azur Lodge 2.Hilton Queenstown Resort & Spa 3.Copthorne Hotel & Resort Queenstown Lakefront


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Lake Luge Wakatipu, Track, Queenstown Queenstown



Tee off at one of six world-class golf courses in the area

4.Heritage Queenstown 5.Hulbert House 6.Millennium Hotel Queenstown 7.Oaks Shores

8.Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel 9.The Rees Hotel & Luxury Apartments


NEW ZEALAND - Queenstown and Beyond

Sightseeing with Real Journeys

Operated by: Real Journeys

• Overnight on the Sound at Milford Sound or Doubtful Sound Sightseeing

• Squeeze in a visit to Stewart Island – the most southern island of NZ

The Milford Track is internationally acclaimed for its spectacular scenery. Meet your guide in Te Anau and take a short coach trip to Te Anau Downs to board a vessel for a one hour scenic cruise to the start of the Milford Track.

• See seals, dolphins and penguins at Milford and Doubtful Sound

• Begin with a gentle stroll via Glade Burn to Glade House for lunch • 4-5 hour walk through ancient beech forest crossing a swing bridge • Spectacular views of mountains and rivers • Experienced Nature guide to point out native birds and plants

• Fly over hidden landscapes through World Heritage Areas • Try our guided cycling at Walter Peak with a picnic on the lakefront

Duration: 9 hours Departs: Daily from Queenstown and Te Anau Milford Sound, Fiordland. Credit: Tourism-Holdings

Milford Sound Nature Cruise Operated by: Real Journeys

Sightseeing From Queenstown, wind through Fiordland National Park with views of dense rainforest, towering mountains, glacial lakes and alpine herb fields. Board your Nature Cruise at Milford for a leisurely cruise up the Sound to the Tasman Sea exploring the stunning scenery. • Queenstown return trip • Purpose-built glass-roofed luxury coach • Onboard Nature Guide • Watch for wildlife including seals, dolphins and penguins

Milford Mariner Overnight Cruise

Milford Sound Coach/Nature Cruise/Fly

Operated by: Real Journeys

Operated by: Real Journeys



The ultimate dinner, bed and breakfast experience. Cruise the length of Milford Sound to the Tasman Sea with commentary from experienced nature guides. Anchor overnight in a sheltered cove and explore the Sound on kayaks or by tender craft. • Scenery including waterfalls, rainforest, wildlife and mountains • Onboard Nature Guide • Three course dinner and cooked breakfast • Kayaking and tender craft excursion options • Private cabins with ensuite bathrooms

Flying between Queenstown and Milford Sound onboard Real Journeys’ fleet of quality aircraft is the ultimate way to experience Southern New Zealand’s dramatic alpine scenery. • 35 minute flight with panoramic views over hidden glaciers, rivers, lakes and rainforests • Fly over the famous Sutherlands Falls, through Fiordland and Mt Aspiring National Parks • Specially selected aircraft for mountainous terrain • Choose to fly both ways or fly back to Queenstown

Duration: 12.5 hours Departs: Daily from Queenstown or Te Anau

Duration: 2 days/1 night Departs: Daily from Queenstown or Te Anau

Duration: Coach/Nature Cruise/Fly, 9.5 hours; Fly/Nature Cruise/Fly, 4 hours Departs: Daily from Queenstown (subject to weather)

Doubtful Sound Wilderness Cruise

Doubtful Sound Overnight Cruise

Walter Peak High Country Farm Tour

Operated by: Real Journeys

Operated by: Real Journeys

Operated by: Real Journeys




Travel along the shores of Lake Wakatipu towards Manapouri. Cruise across Lake Manapouri to West Arm, then travel by coach over Wilmot Pass through dense rainforest to Doubtful Sound. Board your catamaran for a spectacular three hour cruise to the Tasman Sea.

Depart Queenstown by coach to Manapouri. Cruise across Lake Manapouri to West Arm, then travel by coach over Wilmot Pass to Doubtful Sound. Board your overnight vessel and settle into your private cabin with ensuite bathroom before a leisurely exploration of Doubtful Sound with your onboard nature guide.

• Three hour cruise in remote wilderness on Doubtful Sound • Experience ‘sound of silence’ on return journey as engines are turned off • Watch for seals, dolphins and penguins

• View spectacular waterfalls, wildlife, rainforest and mountains • Watch for seals, dolphins and penguins • Explore the Sound by kayaking or tender craft excursion • Enjoy a three-course dinner and cooked breakfast

Duration: 12.5 hours Departs: Daily from Queenstown or Te Anau


Milford Track Guided Day Walk

Duration: 2 days/1 night Departs: Daily from Queenstown or Te Anau September – May

A return Scenic Cruise from Queenstown to Walter Peak High Country Farm onboard the vintage steamship TSS Earnslaw to experience farm life on a high country sheep station. • Explore gardens and enjoy morning tea / afternoon tea or upgrade to the Gourmet BBQ lunch option • Enjoy views back across Lake Wakatipu towards Queenstown and surrounding mountains • View farm animals including sheep, red deer and Scottish Highland Cattle • Watch a sheep shearing demonstration and the sheep dogs working the stock

Duration: 3.5 hours Departs: Daily from Queenstown

Operated by: Ziptrek Ecotours

Sightseeing Ziptrek Ecotours is NZ’s #1 original zipline tour and is a spectacular and fun, but not too scary eco-adventure through the forest canopy high above Queenstown, situated on Skyline Gondola hill. With two tours to choose from, it’s suitable for everyone, whether looking for an introduction into Queenstown adventure (Moa 4-Line Tour) or looking for the steepest zipline in the world (Kea 6-Line Tour). Ziptrek is guided, runs all year round and is stunning whatever the weather.

Duration: Duration 2-3 hours depending on tour chosen Departs: Daily

Queenstown Wine & Food Tour

4WD Lord of the Rings – Glenorchy and Wakatipu Basin



Operated by: Queenstown Wine Trail

This half day wine and food experience delivers an unforgettable taste of Central Otago’s wine region, showcasing its superb local produce. The winery lunch consists of several dishes each perfectly matched with estate wines. Over 10 wines are offered, this includes a tasting in NZ largest underground wine cave. Enjoy hand-crafted artisan cheese tasting and presentation in your small group before calling in at one of the regions finest wineries for a final wine tasting.

Duration: 4 hours Departs: Daily at 12:30pm NOTE: Wine & Food Sampler 4.5 hours or private tours on demand.

Operated by: Nomad Safaris

Immerse yourself in scenery made famous by the films. Join Nomad Safaris for true backcountry adventures, rich in Lord of The Rings filming locations, stunning scenery, gold mining history, local legends and amazing stories. Glenorchy – a scenic tour into the heart of Middle-earth, visiting Glenorchy and Paradise areas where New Zealand’s natural beauty was captured. Wakatipu Basin, Queenstown – a true adventure safari packed with breathtaking scenery, thrilling 4WD action and Lord of The Rings filming locations.

Duration: allow 4 hours Departs: 8am & 1:30pm daily from Queenstown NOTE: Includes Queenstown central transfers and refreshments.

Essential Queenstown – 4WD & Jetboat

Queenstown Rafting

Kayaking Mildford Sounds

Operated by: Nomad Safaris & Shotover Jet

Operated by: Queenstown Rafting

Operated by: Go Orange




Great taste of real off-roading followed by an exhilarating ride through the canyons. Take the World famous Shotover Jet and combine it with Nomad Safaris 2-hour off-road experience. 3.5 hours adventure packed with goldmining, history, Lord of the Rings, off-roading & jetboating!

Duration: 3.5 hours Departs: 8:15am & 1:30pm daily from Queenstown NOTE: Includes Queenstown central transfers and refreshments.

Go Milford Day Trip Operated by: Southern Discoveries

Sightseeing Our small coach experiences are perfect for those travelling from Te Anau and have extra time to explore the wonders of Milford Sound. Take in spectacular views as our experienced drivers share their knowledge and passion for the area including photo stops and short walks. Then board a small boat for an extended cruise in Milford Sound including a freshly prepared picnic lunch and a visit to an underwater observatory before returning to Te Anau.

Duration: 8.5 hours Departs: Daily from Te Anau connecting to a small boat/ nature cruise in Mildford Sound NOTE: Option to add on a one hour small group guided kayak trip during summer months

Queenstown’s original rafting company offers action-packed half-day white water rafting trips down our famous Kawarau and Shotover Rivers. • Shotover – Start with the spectacular drive into Skippers Canyon before tackling grade 3-5 rapids. Great for thrill seekers! • Kawarau – Great for first timers with grade 2-3 rapids. Watch out for the water fights! Enjoy coach transfers, specialised equipment, experienced guides and hot sauna/showers. Book heli-rafting or combo trips with Queenstown’s best operators.

Experience the majesty of Milford Sound by sea kayak on this full day excursion from either Milford Sound or Te Anau. Spend 4-5 hours in the sea kayaks exploring the sheer beauty of the fiord. Discover pristine glacial water flowing from Bowen Falls, paddle beneath towering cliffs clothed in primeval rainforest, view iconic Mitre Peak and enjoy the presence of the Pembroke Glacier Wilderness Zone. All Gear is provided including thermals, wetsuit vest, fleece, paddle jacket and waterproof bag. A medium level of fitness is required but no kayaking experience is necessary.

Duration: allow 4-5 hours Departs: Daily

Duration: 4 hours Departs: 8am and 1pm daily (except Christmas Day)

NOTE: Minimum age 16 years

Milford Sound Encounter Nature Cruise

Station 2 Station Cycle Trail

Operated by: Southern Discoveries

Operated by: Southern Discoveries



As the longest small boat cruise in Milford Sound, this personal and intimate experience allows you to get up close to nature. Our specialist nature guides share local knowledge while roaming the vessel, delving into the fiord’s history and geology. This is an ideal cruise for wildlife viewing including seals, dolphins and penguins. With raincoats available on board, there’s a chance to taste pure glacial water straight from the waterfalls.

Duration: 2.25 hours Departs: Regular daily departures from Milford Sound NOTE: Coach connection from Te Anau or flight connection from Queenstown available

NEW ZEALAND - Queenstown and Beyond

Ziptrek Ecotours

Combine Queenstown’s most scenic and iconic lake cruises with a self-guided cycle trip through farm land along the edge of Lake Wakatipu. Travel to Mt Nicholas High Country Farm on Spirit of Queenstown Scenic Cruise taking in panoramic alpine views. Then cycle 14 kilometres along a quiet, back country road over easy terrain to Walter Peak, before returning to Queenstown on board the vintage steamship TSS Earnslaw. Bicycle, helmet cycle map and water bottle included.

Duration: 4.5 - 6.5 hours (return) Departs: Daily departures from Queenstown NOTE: Options to add on a Mt Nicholas Farm Experience or Walter Peak BBQ Lunch


NEW ZEALAND - Queenstown and Beyond

The Rees Hotel & Luxury Apartments

Hilton Queenstown Resort and Spa

Queenstown Park Boutique Hotel

Showcasing breath taking panoramic lake and alpine views, The Rees Hotel Queenstown is a sophisticated 5 Star hotel.

Situated on the shores of the stunning Lake Wakatipu, alongside five restaurants and bars, a deli and the luxurious eforea spa.

Delight in park-like surroundings and alpine views at this urban hotel, which offers luxury accommodation a short stroll from Queenstown’s vibrant centre.




377 Frankton Road, Queenstown

Kawarau Village, 79 Peninsula Road, Queenstown

Situated right on the shores of Lake Wakatipu, with its own beach and private wharf.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • complimentary WiFi • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • business centre • parking • jetty • courtesy shuttle to/from town

Property Facilities

Accommodation • 60 rooms • 90 apartments • 5 lakefront residences • mini bar • refrigerator • full kitchen • tea/coffee making facilities • free WiFi • iPod docking station • gas fireplace • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • laundry • bathrobes • 200+ free movies • Sky TV • free local phone calls

Accommodation • 178 rooms • balcony • lounge area with fireplace • WiFi • LCD TV • separate shower and bath tub

Map Ref: 9

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Azur Lodge

Hulbert House

23 Mackinnon Terrace, Queenstown

68 Ballarat Street, Queenstown

Azur is a contemporary lodge set on a hilltop overlooking Lake Wakatipu in New Zealand. Enjoy total privacy in one of the lodge’s nine villas.

Luxurious boutique accommodation, combining historical elegance and contemporary service. A beautifully restored 1888 Victorian villa.



Property Facilities • Lodge area to enjoy breakfast, afternoon tea and pre-dinner drinks & canapés • Free parking and transfers to/from airport and downtown Queenstown • Free Wifi • Tour desk

Accommodation • 9 private villas with an outdoor deck • complimentary mini bar • air conditioning and fireplace • bathrobes • spa bath • tea/ coffee making facilities Map Ref: 1

Credit: Nzone -The Ultimate Jump

Situated a 5 minute walk across open parkland to the centre of town this location enables you to enjoy easy access to shopping, restaurants and nightlife nestled on the shores of spectacular Lake Wakatipu.

Property Facilities

• 5 restaurants and bars • café and deli • eforea spa • heated indoor pool • fitness centre

20 minutes away from Queenstown airport and 5 minutes from Queenstown.


The hotel is situated in the heart of the bustling Kawarau Village and conveniently located only five minutes from Queenstown International Airport, the hotel is just a 15-minute drive or 10-minute water taxi ride into the centre of Queenstown.

21 Robins Road, Queenstown

• Pre-dinner drinks and canapés are complimentary and served each evening • a delicious à la carte breakfast menu is available while kitchenettes in each room offer additional in-room catering options • covered car parking • complimentary Wi-Fi

Accommodation • 19 rooms – all with kitchenettes • mini bar • tea/coffee making • balcony or courtyard • hairdryer • in-room safe • bathrobes Map Ref: 8 & slippers

Situated just a short walk from the vibrant city centre, Hulbert House is close to Queenstown’s best restaurants, shops and entertainment.

Property Facilities • Beautiful dining room which serves breakfast and pre-dinner drinks and canapes • Free WiFi • Free parking and transfers to town

Accommodation • 6 individually designed suites • tea/coffee making facilities • WiFi • bathrobes • luxury toiletries • turndown service • laundry services Map Ref: 5

Credit: Graeme Murray

1 Stanley Street, Queenstown

Newly refurbished rooms and renowned excellence in service make this the ideal choice!

Location Only a short walk to the town centre, making this an ideal base for exploring this unique destination.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • parking facilities • courtesy bus

Accommodation • 220 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • bathrobes

Map Ref: 6

NEW ZEALAND - Queenstown and Beyond

Millennium Hotel Queenstown

Heritage Queenstown 91 Fernhill Road, Queenstown

A choice of spacious Deluxe Rooms and Suites, with an award-winning restaurant. Location Only a short distance from the town centre, overlooking Lake Wakatipu and The Remarkables.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • outdoor pool • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • parking facilities

Accommodation • 175 rooms • air-conditioning in guest rooms • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • balcony • hairdryer • iron/ironing board • bathrobes • CD player NOTE: Not all rooms have balconies or CD players. Map Ref: 4

Copthorne Hotel & Resort Queenstown Lakefront

Oaks Shores

Corner Frankton Rd & Adelaide St Queenstown

327-343 Frankton Road, Queenstown

A wonderful relaxed hotel offering excellent value that is perfectly situated for Queenstown’s many attractions.

Located on the very scenic Lake Wakatipu, Oaks Shores is a luxuriously appointed Queenstown apartment-style hotel.



Centrally located hotel just 5 minutes’ walk to the city centre and Lake Wakatipu. Popular ski areas such as Coronet Peak is a 20 minutes drive and Remarkables is a 45 minutes drive away.

Property Facilities

Oaks Shores is only a short distance from world-class ski fields, golf courses, vineyards, various adventure activities and Queenstown’s own shopping and restaurant precinct.

Property Facilities

• Restaurant • bar • meetings facilities • WiFi access in public areas • ski lockers • on-site parking • Jacuzzi


• Restaurant • bar • WiFi access • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • parking facilities


• 240 guest rooms • including 6 Suites (some feature private balconies or courtyards) • WiFi access • fridge • in-room safe • LCD TV • tea/coffee making facilities • hairdryer Map Ref: 3

• 122 apartments • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • internet • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

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Lake Wanaka Lake Wanaka’s spectacular location at the foot of the Southern Alps with the wilderness of Mount Aspiring National Park nearby makes it a magnet for outdoor lovers the world over. There is no shortage of activities for all ages on land, water and in the air. Things to do in Lake Wanaka and Beyond… Go trekking in the Mt Aspiring National Park Sightsee from above on a helicopter or fixed wing aircraft Cruise Lake Wanaka Go fishing in Lake Wanaka Explore the high countryside by 4WD guide tour Go jet boating

Get lost in the maze at Puzzling World Skydiving Cycle the many trails around the lake and region Go skiing (snow skiing in the winter/ water skiing in summer) Stand-up paddle boarding Visit the Warbirds and Wanaka Museum Lake Wanaka

Edgewater – Lake Wanaka 54 Sargood Drive, Wanakaa

Wanaka’s only absolute lakefront accommodation. Easy access to surrounding ski areas and short lakeshore walk into town.

Location With Lake Wanaka gently lapping at the lake edge, guests enjoy the tranquillity from the moment they arrive at Edgewater. All rooms feature a balcony or patio with views of the lake and Southern Alps beyond.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • day spa • sauna • ski drying room • laundry • heli-pad • concierge • free parking • free WiFi • tennis courts • bikes for hire.

Accommodation • 45 studio rooms • 59 apartments • refrigerator • tea/coffee making • hairdryer • in-room safe • Kitchenette and in-room washing machine/dryer (apartments only) • Wheelchair accessible rooms available.


Photo: David Wall

A region of extraordinary beauty, Fiordland has earned the reputation of a sightseeing and walking destination and is a must see. The township of Te Anau, located on the shores of New Zealand’s second largest lake, is the closest township to Milford Sound, providing the ideal location to explore the wonders of the area.


Te Anau – Fiordland

Glowworm Cave Operated by: Real Journeys

Sightseeing Cruise across Lake Te Anau to Cavern House located on the western shores. On arrival, join your specialist nature guide for the Te Anau Glowworm Caves experience. Explore a twisting network of limestone passenges filled with whirlpools and waterfalls. Drift silently in small boats along the river to a hidden grotto, see throusands of glowworms above you. Suitable for the whole family.

Duration: Real Journeys Visitor Centre, 85 Lakefront Drive Te Anau

Photo: Rob Suisted

Distinction Te Anau Hotel & Villas 64 Lakefront Drive, Te Anau

Upgrade to a guaranteed lakefront room to enjoy the hotel’s prime position on the shorefront of the lake. Location Chic, elegant accommodation located a short stroll from the Te Anau town centre and surrounded by colourful gardens, overlooking spectacular Lake Te Anau.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • pool • heated pool • free unlimited WiFi • spa & sauna • tour desk • parking

Accommodation • 112 rooms • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • free unlimited WiFi • hairdryer • iron/ironing board

Distinction Luxmore Hotel 41 Town Centre, Te Anau

Our well known facilities have been refurbished and new areas added to our already extensive list. Location Conveniently located in the Te Anau town centre, a short stroll from Lake Te Anau, the 180 room hotel offers guests a range of modern, affordable hotel rooms and suites, making it the ideal base for exploring Milford Sound & the Fiordland area.

Property Facilities • 2 Restaurants • 2 bars • gym/fitness centre • tour desk • complimentary on-site parking • free unlimited WiFi • guest laundry

Accommodation • 180 rooms • free unlimited WiFi • mini bar • refrigerator • tea/coffee making facilities • hairdryer • iron/ironing board


NEW ZEALAND - Dunedin and Beyond

Dunedin An historic university town, Dunedin spreads around a beautiful harbour sheltered by the stunning Otago Peninsula. Its rich heritage is evident in the Victorian and Edwardian architecture of the city centre, whilst the peninsula, a brief drive from the city centre, showcases rare Yellow Eyed penguins, a Royal Albatros colony and the magnificent Larnach Castle. Things to do in Dunedin and Beyond… Take a wildlife cruise on Otago Harbour See the Royal Albatross Colony at Taiaroa Head Visit one of the region’s excellent museums Take a walking tour of Dunedin’s historic buildings Explore New Zealand’s only castle, Larnach Castle, located on the Otago Peninsula

Visit Baldwin Street the steepest paved street in the world Visit New Zealand’s first authentic Chinese Garden Get up close with nature, Dunedin, is home to some interesting locals, including the world’s rarest penguin, the yellow-eyed penguin, sea lions, fur seals and little blue penguins Take a scenic train ride to enjoy the stunning scenery surrounding the Taieri River.

Taieri Gorge Railway Operated by: Dunedin Railways

Sightseeing A highlight of your visit to Dunedin is a trip on the Taieri Gorge Railway – one of the world’s great train trips and one of Dunedin’s top attractions. Departing daily from downtown Dunedin into the Taieri Gorge, this trip travels through some of New Zealand’s most beautiful and ever changing scenery which can not be seen from the road! With sightseeing stops, on board café, outside viewing platforms it is the perfect all weather activity and one of the key attractions in Dunedin – not to be missed.

Duration: 4 hours Departs: Daily

Peninsula Encounters Operated by: Elm Wildlife Tours

Sightseeing Peninsula Encounters offers unrivalled close encounters with nature. View penguins, fur seals and sea lions within a private conservation area. Observe more than 30 animals, some rare and endangered. See New Zealand fur seals in a noisy, secluded breeding colony. Access to the wildlife uses walking tracks across undulating farmland – a reasonable level of fitness is desirable. This tour provides excellent photographic opportunities.

Duration: 6 hours Departs: Daily

New Zealand South Island Discovery Operated by: Intrepid Travel

Sightseeing Get a quick glimpse of New Zealand’s naturally charming South Island, staying in comfortable 4 star twin share accommodation. Take the chance to try and spot rare dolphins, penguins, sea lions and albatross and more as you explore natural limestone caves, podocarp forest, dramatic waterfalls, ice-carved fjords and tranquil lakes. Learn about the wild, rugged Catlins coastline, the impressive Doubtful Sound and the popular central Otago region on an adventure through ‘Lord Of The Rings’ country.

Duration: 7 days / 6 nights Departs: Various dates


Distinction Dunedin Hotel

Scenic Hotel Southern Cross

6 Liverpool Street, Dunedin

118 High Street, Dunedin

The 1937 former Chief Post Office in Dunedin has been transformed into an elegant luxury hotel.

‘The Cross’, as it is affectionately known, has a proud history that dates back to 1883. Exceptional comfort and service.



Located in the rejuvenated and vibrant exchange area in the heart of the city.

Property Facilities • Restaurant • bar • gym • free WiFi • parking

Accommodation • 121 rooms • air-conditioning • mini bar • microwave • kitchenette • tea/coffee making facilities • washer/dryer

Located in the heart of Dunedin’s Central Business District, just a few blocks from the Octagon, the hotelis a great base for visitng the many sites of Dunedin.

Property Facilities • 2 restaurants • bar • Dunedin Casino • cafe • fitness centre • free Wifi • tour desk • laundry & dry cleaning • 24 hour reception & room service

Accommodation • 178 rooms • complimentary WiFi • mini bar • tea/coffee making facilities • Sky TV • iron/ironing board • hairdryer

Credit: Julian Apse


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Our extensive holiday range offers you the best choices, the best quality and the best value for money not only in Australia but the following destinations as well as Europe, United Kingdom, Canada and the United Arab Emirates. Your travel consultant will be happy to tailor-make an itinerary to suit your requirements.

With its warm humid climate, lively harbour, fantastic shopping and vibrant mix of galleries, restaurants and nightlife, Singapore’s sophistication complements the cultural traditions of its past.



A land of dazzling variety with its spectacular beaches, untouched islands, glittering temples, extensive national parks, remote hilltribes and rich cultural diversity, like nowhere else in Asia.

From national parks to theme parks, from cities that never sleep to quaint sleepy little towns there is something for everyone to see and do in America.



A tropical haven of delights, a blend of colourful Asian culture, untouched beaches and amazing wildlife. Enjoy adventure activities, water sports, amazing cuisine, urban city culture and a leisurely lifestyle.

South Pacific

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Hawaii’s six unique islands offer distinct experiences, from its tranquil waters, active volcanoes, beaches of white, gold, black and red to the incredible sunsets, why not discover Hawaii.

One of the world’s most exciting cities. Where old meets new, east meets west, whether you go to shop, eat, cruise, or enjoy one of the many festivals you won’t be disappointed in Hong Kong.

An idyllic experience you’ll never forget. Meet the friendly locals, swim in the emerald-green waters and treasure the pristine environment. Discover the magic of the South Pacific.

BOOKING CONDITIONS Glasshouse Mountains (Credit: Tourism and Events Queensland/Jason Charles Hill)

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Dunedin, Coastal Otago (Credit: Penguin Place)


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