Classic Australia 15 Day
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Enjoy Australia’s most famous sites from Sydney’s Opera House to an Aboriginal “Dreamtime” walk in Kuranda with stops at the Great Barrier Reef, Ayers Rock and Darwin in between.
This perfect 15-day introduction to Australia pairs cosmopolitan cities with natural wonders. You’ll get up close and personal with the native wildlife, as well as Australian Aboriginal culture.
Australia’s cultural capital, Melbourne offers world class shopping, a thriving arts scene, beautiful urban parks and endless restaurant options, which combine to seduce culture vultures, foodies, and casual visitors alike. Early arrivals can catch a ride on its famous trams, or for a uniquely Melbourne experience, book a table at the Tramcar Restaurant. Your second day includes a city tour, plus an evening tour to Phillip Island to see the world renowned ‘Little Penguin Parade’.
Tropical Cairns offers a dazzling array of wildlife amid lush forest surrounds. You’ll visit the Great Barrier Reef for a close encounter with the abundant sea life of the world’s largest coral reef system. Then climb aboard an amphibious army duck for a trip into Kuranda’s scenic rainforest, where an authentic taste of Aboriginal culture, including a ‘Dreamtime’ walk and the chance to throw a boomerang await.
Australia’s northernmost capital, Darwin is the perfect launch pad for your journey into Kakadu National Park. You’ll spot a wide variety of birds and wildlife, perhaps even a saltwater crocodile as you learn more about the local ecology. The special permission of the local people allows us the rare chance to go ashore in Arnhem Land with an Aboriginal guide. Visit Ubirr Rock, where the native rock art is believed to be 20,000 years old.
The ultimate outback icon, Uluru or Ayers Rock is a site deeply shrouded in myth and legend. This is a sacred place to the Anangu, the local Aboriginal people and sunset over “The Rock” will be a highlight of your journey. Go on to spectacular Kings Canyon and explore the eerie, alien landscape of its sandstone domes, before your desert outback adventure concludes with a night in Alice Springs (aka ‘The Alice’).
Diverse and historic Sydney greets visitors with its sparkling harbour, iconic Harbour Bridge, and the unforgettable Sydney Opera House. Your included ferry ticket allows you to enjoy all three, including entry to Taronga Zoo, where you can say ‘G’day’ to kangaroos, koalas and other natives as well as many international guests.
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QVB Post Office, Sydney. NSW 1230
350 Kent St. 8th Floor Sydney, NSW 2000
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