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Amazing Australia beckons you! Visit this wonderful continent country and explore its length and breadth from the depths of the Great Barrier Reef to the vast expanses of the Outback. Pay your respects at war memorials and to the Aboriginal spirits at the multi hued Ayers Rock. Enjoy the company of Koalas and Kangaroos as well the hum drum of the shopping of Sydney and Melbourne! Australia will leave you breathless!
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Your trip to Australia begins in Cairns. On this 19 day journey through Australia you will visit some amazing cities, breathtaking sceneries and awe-inspiring natural wonders. Cairns is popular as the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, also known to be visible from outer space! In the evening you will enjoy a special dinner at your hotel in the company of our representative who is your Tour Director.
Today is the day when you set sight on the world’s largest structure made by living organisms, the Great Barrier Reef. The reef’s colorful coral structures populated by a variety of fish and other sea creatures are a wonder to behold. You will board a fast catamaran to cruise to the Green Island one of the many islands on the reef. There are several ways to admire the beauty of the reef, you can opt to snorkel, dive or simply view it from the comfort of a glass-bottom boat. In case you yearn for more than sea you can opt to walk through the islands cool rainforest. You can have the rest of the day at your leisure or you could opt to go in for a full day excursion to the Outer Barrier Reef. Later in the evening decide to enjoy a unique experience of dining in a rainforest! Dine at the Flames of the Forest where you can enjoy great food and authentic Aboriginal culture through storytelling and music. If forests are not your thing opt for a sunset cruise followed by a delicious dinner at a waterfront restaurant.
Today you will explore more of the wild side of Cairns, you will visit the Cairns Tropical Zoo where you can meet Australia’s native animals. You can have breakfast at the park, meet koalas and know more about them from the park’s wildlife keeper. Later you can choose to go on a trip to Kuranda via an old scenic rail route. Rail travel is the best way to sit back and enjoy the scenery go past, and this case through lush rainforests and twisting rainfalls. For the return journey you can opt for a change of scenery and return by the Skyrail Rainforest cableway. Instead of the rail you can choose to take a tour of the Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural park. Here you enjoy the portrayal of Aboriginal culture, dance and folklore. End the day in Cairns and fly to Darwin, famous for its strategic importance during WWII.
On the agenda today is a visit to the Kakadu National park. This pristine habitat of almost 7,300 sq miles of unspoiled waterways with a rich heritage of aboriginal culture is a popular destination. You can visit the Bowali visitor centre to learn about Kakadu’s habitats. One of the best ways to explore this park is by cruising through its waterways which are the home of crocodiles. You could also walk on ancient trails used by Aboriginals and also pay a visit to the rock petroglyphs. An optional flight in a light-aircraft over the park Is highly recommended. You will end the day with a sumptuous dinner at the hotel.
Note: During the wet seasons (December through April) it can be difficult to see crocodiles in the wild.
Today you will explore more of Darwin and first thing on the schedule is a stop at Windows on the Wetlands Visitor Centre where you can see much of Kakadu’s fauna. After a well spent morning you will return to Darwin to see the elegant colonial architecture of the city’s historic buildings that survived Cyclone Tracy in 1974. You can also visit the splendid Botanic Gardens and beautiful East Point, an area rich in WWII memorabilia. Also visit the Art gallery to view fine collections of Aboriginal art.
Today you will embark on a journey to the famous Ayers Rock with a stop in Alice Springs. Here you will visit the School of the Air an interesting peek into the life of children who study in the vast Outback. Later you will visit the Old Telegraph Station only to be amazed at the few resources the locals live in this remote area on and to learn the history of how early settlers developed communication. You may pay your respects to the war heroes of Australia and New Zealand on Antzac Hill. After this brief yet interesting stopover you will resume your journey to Ayers Rock by flight. Here natural formations will stun you! You will travel to a lookout to enjoy views of the magnificent Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), as geological splendor of some 30 brilliant monoliths. You can indulge in photography there before going on a tour around the base of the Uluru (Ayers Rock) and to Sunset Strip for a drink, canapés and to witness the changing colors of the rock.
Having watched the sunset the previous day, get up early today to watch the sunrise at Uluru, on a camel back! After an exhilarating experience return and fly to Alice Springs and visit the Royal Flying Doctor Service to experience how difficult life is in the outback and how the service is doing great job at providing medical assistance to the people of the Outback. You have the afternoon at your leisure and you may want to visit the Desert Park to learn more about the Australian Desert's flora and fauna. Later at night enjoy a typical Aussie experience, an Outback Barbeque and lots of fascinating tales of the outback and the aboriginal folk.
Today is a relaxing day where you can experience life as locals do. You could explore the city of Alice Springs or simply unwind at the hotel. Today is the Ghan Train journey which will take you to Adelaide. The overnight train journey will offer a fascinating perspective of the Outback.
Your train will arrive in Adelaide, the coastal capital city of South Australia. A city known for its festivals, sporting events, great food and wine and long beaches! Today you will go for a city tour along the wide tree-lined streets and well-manicured gardens. The rest of the afternoon is at leisure for you to explore it to your hearts content.
Today you have the day at leisure and you may choose to spend it on an optional tour to Kangaroo Island, one of the world’s last pristine habitats. The Island is quite popular among tourists for its natural wonders and wildlife. More than half of the islands fauna has been protected. Some of the popular spots are the Remarkable Rocks, which are rock formations, Admirals Arch another geological formation, Seals Bay and Murray Lagoon where one can sight the local wildlife including Sea lions and birds.
Today you will drive to the Barossa with its Bavarian villages, baroque Italianate chateaux, and stunning vineyard scenery. Breathe in the beauty of the Adelaide Hills in the leafy greenness of the quaint yet charming villages. Also enjoy a sumptuous lunch and sample some of Australia’s premium wines at a local winery. After an eventful day you will fly to Melbourne, Australia’s second-largest city.
Today you will explore Melbourne and the tour includes landmarks such as Parliament House and the Shrine of Remembrance, a tribute to Australia’s war heroes. Visit beautiful Fitzroy Gardens and then drive past the lush Royal Botanic Gardens. You’ll soon discover the differing architectural influences of this city as you see the Victorian Arts Centre and other buildings of significance. For a unique dining experience, join an optional outing on board a historic tramcar restaurant as it winds its way through the streets of Melbourne. Later this afternoon, drive to Phillip Island to see a Penguin Parade from an exclusive viewing platform.
Enjoy a full day at leisure to explore this multicultural and cosmopolitan city. Dine at a local restaurant and immerse yourself in Melbourne’s passionate food and wine scene—or walk along Chapel and Brunswick Streets, famous for great shopping. Take a trip outside of town to sample award-winning wines in the Yarra Valley or drive along the spectacular Great Ocean Road to see the “Twelve Apostles.”
Today you will leave the fast paced Melbourne and fly to Hobart, Tasmania, home of the famed Tasmanian Devil.
Today’s tour of the scenic Tasman Peninsula features the blowhole, the Devil’s Kitchen, and the Tasman Arch coastal formations. Visit Port Arthur, where the first convicts arrived in the 1830s. A guided tour of the Penal Settlement shows you the ruins of the 4-story penitentiary and the model prison—grim reminders of Australia’s days as a penal colony. Also included is a short stop at a nearby wildlife sanctuary to see the famous Tasmanian Devil, the world’s largest carnivorous marsupial.
Today, you will fly to Sydney, the largest city in Australia. The afternoon is at leisure for you to discover this exciting and beautiful city on your own. Your Tour Director will have suggestions for optional activities.
Today, explore one of the world’s most beautiful cities. Travel to Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair in the city’s Botanical Gardens for a great photo opportunity of the harbor, Opera House, and Harbour Bridge. Then, take a guided tour of the Sydney Opera House, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, followed by a visit to one of the country’s leading Opal companies to discover how the beautiful gems are mined. You will also take a cruise on Sydney Harbour that highlights this bustling waterway and will tour the world-famous Bondi Surf Bathers’ Life Saving Club and witness a lifesaving demonstration! Along the way you will also see some of the city’s original suburbs and the historic Rocks area, home to Sydney’s original convicts. The rest of the day is at your leisure.
Today is your last day in Sydney and you have the day at your leisure. Perhaps you could join our optional excursions to the Blue Mountains or to Hunter Valley, one of Australia’s leading wine-growing regions. You can even climb to the top of Sydney’s Harbour Bridge! Your Tour Director will help you make the most of this exciting city. Tonight, enjoy a special farewell dinner at a waterfront restaurant with fantastic views of the highlights of Sydney.
Your Australian vacation ends today. You'll be transferred to the airport for your flight home
Requires a spirit of adventure and some degree of fitness, as the trip might consist of many activities or long journeys. These adventures involve walking, trekking, hiking, cycling, rafting, sea kayaking, or driving for long hours, at times for up to six to eight hours a day at a steady pace. The maximum altitude is 3000m, so it requires you to be reasonably physically fit because you may be travelling in extreme weather conditions. The trips are usually 6 to 12 days in duration.
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