Experience the colourful coral and marine life of the Great Barrier Reef through a number of activities
Seated under the desert stars, take in a stunning sunset over Uluru with a glass of wine
Made famous by the late Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin, this world-renowned zoo features many native species
Enjoy a range of included special or unique excursions and events
Enjoy fantastic views of the city during a feature dinner cruise on Sydney Harbour tonight.
Stay: Sydney, PARKROYAL Darling HarbourDaily :
Enjoy some time in Sydney before transferring to the airport and flying to the Gold Coast, famous for its uninterrupted coastline fringed by vibrant communities and lush wilderness areas. After settling in to your hotel located within the heart of the city, perhaps stroll along the famous soft golden sands of the popular Surfers Paradise Beach, before enjoying the evening at leisure.
Stay: Two Nights: Gold Coast, Mantra on View HotelDaily :
Today you have a full day to explore the Gold Coast at your leisure. With 52 kilometres of golden beaches at your doorstep, you won’t have trouble finding a patch of sand. Perhaps grab a board and learn to surf, see what’s on the menu at one of the restaurants along the waterfront or head into the lush hinterland for a day amidst the subtropical wilderness.Daily :
Visit the world-renowned Australia Zoo, made famous by the late Crocodile Hunter, Steve Irwin. Here you will be given the opportunity to gain an in-depth understanding of conservation and see many native Australian species up close.
Departing the Gold Coast this morning, you’ll head north to the Sunshine Coast. Continue to the chic resort town of Noosa where you’ll enjoy dinner with your fellow travellers as you settle in tonight.
Stay: Sebel NoosaDaily :
Settle in to your room at Kingfisher Bay Resort on Fraser Island.
With some time in Noosa, perhaps head into town or take a stroll along the stunning waterfront. Later, travel to Hervey Bay and join your cruise transfer to the world’s largest sand island, World Heritage-listed Fraser Island. This evening, enjoy dinner in the company of your fellow travellers.
Stay: Two Nights: Fraser Island, Kingfisher Bay ResortDaily :
Located at the southern tip of the Great Barrier Reef, Fraser Island is a rare and beautiful paradise. The untamed wilderness will entice you from the moment you arrive, providing adventure and excitement, but also a relaxing atmosphere from your base here at the eco-friendly Kingfisher Bay Resort. Discover this beautiful island today with a half-day tour.Daily :
A morning ferry takes you across Hervey Bay, where you will discover why this special place is often referred to as the jewel in Queensland’s crown. The journey concludes back on the mainland where you will rejoin your coach to continue heading north. Travel through sugarcane country, crossing some of the many narrow-gauge railway lines that transport sugarcane from the field to processing plants in town, an iconic sight of rural Queensland. Later, arrive in the inland city of Rockhampton.
Stay: Central Park Motel RockhamptonDaily :
Realise your dreams of a tropical island paradise as you arrive at picturesque Hamilton Island Resort and Spa.
Explore the charming historical town of Rockhampton, known as the gateway to the coast and the Outback. Founded in 1853, the city is home to beautiful heritage architecture and a rich, fascinating history. Then, travel to Airlie Beach and enjoy one of the region’s most beautiful beaches. Here you will join a ferry through the sparkling Whitsundays.
Stay: Two Nights: Reef View Hotel, Hamilton IslandDaily :
You have the entire day at leisure to do as little or as much as you like. Perhaps snorkel off the beach or take a stroll through the tropical jungle to the highest point of the island - own expense.Daily :
Take an early morning ferry transfer, gliding from Hamilton Island to the Port of Airlie, where you will reboard your coach and travel to Townsville. On arrival, enjoy a tour of the city. Continue to Mission Beach, the destination where two of the most stunning World Heritage-listed areas meet; the Wet Tropics Rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef. Arrive at your beachfront escape, Castaways Resort and Spa, where the only thing between you and the golden beach is a grassy lawn and a line of coconut palms.
Stay: Castaways Resort and Spa Mission BeachDaily :
You will enjoy lush mountain views from your spacious room at the Pullman Cairns International.
Board the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway in Kuranda and ride above the treetops to Caravonica Lakes.
As you journey towards Cairns, you will travel via the Atherton Tablelands and visit the Curtain Fig Tree, an iconic natural Australian icon. Arrive Cairns this afternoon and enjoy a free evening to explore at your own pace.
Stay: Three Nights: Pullman Cairns InternationalDaily :
Cruise from Cairns by fast catamaran to Reef Magic’s exclusive activity platform on the Great Barrier Reef and enjoy five hours amid the coral and marine life.
Back in Cairns tonight, enjoy a special feature Farewell Dinner at Tjapukai By Night. During this Aboriginal cultural dinner and performance you will discover the spiritual concept known as Dreamtime, take part in a corroboree, then be guided along a flame-lit pathway to a dinner of local produce.
Enjoy the best of Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef.Daily :
Fly from Cairns to Alice Springs today (flight not included).
Stay: Chifley Alice Springs ResortDaily :
Enjoy a glass of wine while watching the sun set over Uluru tonight.
Travel through incredible outback landscapes to Ayers Rock Resort.
Stay: Ayers Rock Resort, Desert Gardens Hotel
Rise early to catch sunrise over Uluru. Visit Kata Tjuta - The Olgas and walk to Walpa Gorge, then travel to Kings Canyon.
Stay: Kings Canyon Resort
Choose one of two walks available to you at Kings Canyon.
Stay: Chifley Alice Springs Resort
Transfer to Alice Springs airport for your onward flight to Darwin (flight not included). Transfer from Darwin Airport to your hotel. Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure.
Stay: Novotel Darwin CBD
Depart Darwin for Kakadu National Park, breakfast stop en route (own expense). Covering some 20 000 square kilometres, Kakadu is Australia's largest and arguably most famous national park. Kakadu's vast wetlands and ancient escarpment are not only home to one of Australia's largest and most diverse bird populations, but carry outstanding natural and cultural significance. Stop at Nourlangie and take a walk to view the rock art galleries. After lunch, join a guided cruise along Kakadu's most famous wetland area, Yellow Water billabong, keeping an eye out for the region's abundant wildlife, including crocodiles. Then, visit the Warrandjan Cultural Centre to view the informative displays depicting the traditions of the Aboriginal people in Kakadu.
Stay: Mercure Kakadu Crocodile HotelDaily :
This morning, view the ancient Aboriginal rock paintings at Ubirr, which has been added in its own right to World Heritage status because of its anthropological and archaeological value. Following lunch, join the Guluyambi cruise along the East Alligator River with an Aboriginal guide. Learn about the ancient culture and legends of the region, and by special permission, take a short walk into Arnhem Land. Late this afternoon visit the Bowali Visitor Centre before re-boarding the coach and return to Darwin.
Stay: Novotel Atrium DarwinDaily :
Transfer to the airport for your onward flight.
Enjoy million dollar views of the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge as you devour a delicious dinner
Discover why Kingfisher Bay Resort on Fraser Island has won six Australian and nine Queensland Tourism Awards
Join a Rainbow Serpent circle to learn traditional language songs before a dinner of Australian meats, seafood and salads
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