1. Fantastic Australian experience
Tick off the traditional sights on a 21-day adventure which starts with a trip around Sydney’s harbour for views of the city’s iconic Harbour Bridge and Opera House. Go to Tasmania’s capital, Hobart, for an expedition to Bonorong Wildlife Park on Freycinet Peninsula prior to driving the magnificent Great Ocean Road and staying in some pristine Lorne accommodation. Likewise, enjoy the wine in the Yarra Valley, a four-night stay in Melbourne, seeing Uluru (Ayers Rock) at dawn and sundown, plus a trip to Cairns for snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef.
2. Tastes of South Australia
Wine, wildlife and magnificent landscapes are the very best method to experience a 17-day tour which begins in Adelaide, the country’s wine capital, for expeditions to the vineyards of the Barossa and the Clare Valley. After a visit to the Wadlata Outback Centre, you can explore the mountainous views of the Flinders Ranges National Park, with a 4×4 trip to Wilpena Pound and experience its huge, natural amphitheatre before heading south to the nature reserves of Kangaroo Island with its koala’s sea lions, and penguin nests.
3. Classic sights
There are tours that integrate the traditional sights with memorable experiences including an Outback dinner outside in Alice Springs under the stars, a private wine tasting in the Barossa Valley at the historic Seppeltsfield Winery and an optional helicopter flight over the Great Ocean Road City sightseeing excursion of Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney, a see to Uluru (Ayers Rock) and a full-day catamaran cruise to the Great Barrier Reef from Cairns are likewise included.
4. Emphasizes of Australia
Any trip to this vast nation will just succeed in scraping the surface area of all there is to see but great planning goes some way to meeting the requirements of the time-poor, with plane transfers connecting Sydney, Melbourne, Cairns, Alice Springs and Perth. Consisted of is a Harbour Cruise in Sydney, catamaran journey to the Great Barrier Reef, a tour of the vineyards in the Yarra Valley, a cruise along the Swan River in Perth, a morning flight to Uluru (Ayers Rock) and relaxing at lavish Apollo Bay accommodation.
5. Onboard the Ghan
Travelling on the Ghan Passenger Train is an outstanding way of covering substantial tracts of Australian Outback in comfort. A crucial feature of this 22-day scenic tour is an overnight “Gold Service” journey on the Ghan from Alice Springs all the way to Adelaide, considered one of the world’s most renowned train journeys. Also consisted of is rail travel between Melbourne and Adelaide, and through Victoria and New South Wales to Sydney. More highlights are Uluru (Ayers Rock), The Great Barrier Reef, and a Yarra Valley wine tour
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