A two-week tour of three Australian icons, contrasting city slicking with world wonders both cultural and natural
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- Discover the best of Sydney, from its iconic harbour to its beachside suburbs
- Explore the Aboriginal culture and folklore of Uluru and Kata Tjuta in Australia’s Red Centre
- Swim, snorkel and dive amid the multi-coloured underwater world of the UNESCO-listed Great Barrier Reef
- Choose between three levels of hand-picked accommodation, each chosen for its superb service and location
- 3 Nights Sydney
- 3 Nights Uluru
- 5 Nights Port Douglas
Activity adventure | City | Food & wine | History & culture | Natural world | Wildlife
Experience the sights and sounds of Sydney, Australia's most famous city, before flying into the heart of the Red Centre to uncover the Aboriginal culture and folklore of Uluru and the magnificent red rock domes of Kata Tjuta. Then, finish your Australian adventure on the beaches of tropical Northern Queensland at the sleepy seaside town of Port Douglas, gateway to the World Heritage-listed Daintree Rainforest and Great Barrier Reef.
Day by day itinerary
UK / Sydney
It's hard not to fall in love with confident, cosmopolitan Sydney; it's Australia's oldest and largest city, and its most familiar. You'll have three days here to explore the sights of the famous harbour, home to the iconic Harbour Bridge, botanic gardens and the shimmering sails of the Opera House. But don't stop there. Scratch beneath the surface and you'll discover a city brimming with superb restaurants, quirky beachside suburbs, bustling markets, fashionable nightspots and stylish boutiques. Of course there's always plenty of golden sands to relax on. And, just outside the city limits, there's a stunning array of natural beauty. There's the rugged landscapes and native wildlife of the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains along with the vineyards of the Hunter Valley, home to some of Australia's finest wines.
Meals: B (Superior)
Fly to Australia's Red Centre, a region of scorched red desert and rich Aboriginal heritage. Here there are a wealth of experiences to ensure your time is spent memorably. Spend three nights in the heart of Australia. You can watch the sunrise over the Outback and explore the rounded rock domes of Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) before driving deep into the desert in the company of an Aboriginal guide. Or head into the wilderness and learn about the fascinating myths surrounding this sacred region. A sunset touring experience is included where you can gaze in wonder at the changing colours of sunset at iconic Uluru. Why not include the Sounds of Silence dinner as well, this gourmet barbecue is accompanied by tales of Aboriginal folklore under the shimmering stars of the Outback sky. Alternatively, opt for a Tali Wuru dinner. This intimate, fine dining experience is hosted on an isolated dune at sunset, overlooking Uluru itself. Speak to your consultant about which experiences are perfect for you.
Meals: B (Deluxe) B (Superior)
End your holiday in Queensland's tropical north with a five-night stay in the sleepy beachside resort of Port Douglas. Here, in between days spent on the palm-fringed white sands, you'll be perfectly poised to explore. Discover the the bright verdure and hidden wildlife of the Daintree Rainforest on secret jungle trails, or look the other way for the UNESCO-listed wonders of the Great Barrier Reef. To help you get your bearings, we've included a Low Isles cruises, taking in the region's incredible underwater world. Here, alien ecosystems of brightly coloured coral host an incredible diversity of marine life; there’s everything from brightly coloured tropical fish to whales and dolphins.
Meals: B (Superior)
Departure for UK
Depart from Cairns and board an overnight flight back to the UK, arriving on day 15.
Any element of this itinerary can be adjusted to suit your needs. Just contact us to find out more.
from £2,730 pp. incl. flights
from £3,290 pp. incl. flights
- Complimentary UK airport lounge access
- Return flights between London, Sydney, Uluru and Cairns
- 11 nights accommodation in typically 3* accommodation on a room only basis
- Private transfers in Sydney & Cairns
- Uluru Base & Sunset Tour
- Quicksilver Low Isles cruise
Terms & Conditions
Prices are per person based on two people sharing a twin/double room; prices are subject to availability and possible change; normal booking conditions apply.
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Cruise Like a Local - 4 hour cruise including lunch - Prices from £158 per personBoard a Sea Sydney Cruises vessel at the Commissioner Steps Circular Quay to begin an afternoon cruise of Sydney's famous harbour.
This intimate backstage tour of Sydney's iconic opera house grants you exclusive access to areas normally reserved for the stars and their crew. Visit the backstage areas of one of the busiest performing arts centres in the world as it prepares for the day's upcoming performances.
Join your Sydney Seaplanes scenic flight at the Seaplane Base, located at Lyne Park, Rose Bay. Enjoy a 20-minute flight from the heart of Sydney to the award winning Cottage Point Inn Restaurant.
A SEIT Outback Australia vehicle will pick you up from your hotel to begin an afternoon Mt Conner Outback 4WD Adventure. Mt Conner is the third of the great monoliths and is situated 100 kilometres east of Uluru on a vast, fully operational, privately owned cattle station ...
Experience the rich Aboriginal heritage of North Queensland on this full-day Daintree Dreaming tour.
Start your experience with a scenic flight from Cairns, over the Great Barrier Reef, to Lizard Island to get a hold on the enormity of one of the world’s greatest natural wonders.