Without a doubt, Sydney is one of the most vibrant, bustling cities of the world. Boasting many diverse attractions catering to all types of interests, exploring this cultural capital is a must upon any visit to Australia.
Tour Sydney's city precincts, enjoy the bohemian beat of lively Kings Cross, admire the white sands of Bondi Beach and other Eastern beaches and discover the beauty of gracious harbour side suburbs.
Guided Tour of the Sydney Opera House including Bondi Beach etc
Discover the tempo of the city as you explore Sydney, Manly and Northern Beaches. Capture the beauty and lifestyle of the harbour city from specially selected vantage points.
Capture the excitement of Sovereign Hill, an internationally renowned heritage park. Relive the atmosphere of Australia’s history and bawdy gold rush days as you visit the scene of the revolt, rebellion and the emergence of democracy
Tour the Yarra Valley, a noted wine producing region and visit Fergusson’s Winery. At Fergusson’s Winery you can taste fine wines and enjoy a delicious winery lunch (own expense). Puffing billy is also included in this tour
Situated high in the snowfield, Mt Buller is charming, with modern accommodations with facilities to ski from the front door slopes. The slopes are amazing with rugged ridges, cliff drops and tree runs making Mt Buller a natural playground.
Travel to the sunrise viewing area, Talinguru Nyakunytjaku, near Uluru and watch the first sunlight of the day creep across the desert plains. Enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and biscuits as the morning sun slowly changes the colour of Uluru.
Drive through sandhill country towards Kings Canyon, stopping for breakfast at Kings Creek Station (own expense). In Kings Canyon make the rocky climb with your Guide to the rim of the canyon to be rewarded with marvellous views.
This full day tour, with expert commentary by a local Coach Captain, takes passengers to South Australia’s premium wine region, to sample some of the Barossa’s finest wines including Langmeil Winery and the world-famous Jacobs Creek Winery,
The extraordinary ancient rock formations that make up the Pinnacles are located about a three-hour drive north of Perth near the coastal town of Cervantes. Join us on a guided walk through the Pinnacles desert and marvel at the lime
Stunning beaches, rivers, the inland waterway of Peel Inlet, blue mountains in the distance, villages and towns and the wine growing region of the South West. Taste the wines and explore vast underground limestone caves in a day of discover
Join us on the Crocodile Express, this tour goes directly to and from Australia Zoo. You will have the day to experience the best of Australia Zoo with many opportunities to get up close and personal with wildlife.
Join us on a full day tour where you can view the Gold Coast from Mt. Tamborine and have a guided tour of O'Reilly's before returning via Canungra Valley Vineyards.
Whether a first time visitor to Melbourne or not, you're sure to be charmed by our vibrant city. Offering some of the finest coffee/café culture, stunning gardens and an active arts/sports scene, there's something for everyone.
A visit to Melbourne would not be complete without doing our city tour and then seeing it from above at Eureka Skydeck! Melbourne is renowned for great coffee, arts, sports, shopping and wonderfully preserved architecture of days gone by.
The ageless living forest of the giant Karri trees where you walk across the tree tops and the Ancient Empire walk amongst gnarled old twisted Tingle Trees in a gloomy forest glade, are just part of an exploring experience of this lower sou
Travel through scenic rolling landscape to the mighty River Murray at Mannum where you’ll board the majestic Proud Mary built in the style of the historic paddle steamers for a cruise along Australia’s longest river including a delicious bu
Experience Adelaide’s holiday playground, the Fleurieu Peninsula with its vineyards and wineries, the seaside resort of Victor Harbor and the historic paddlesteamer port of Goolwa where Australia’s longest river meets the sea.
Get a taste of Brisbane on this half-day guided tour of the places and architecture that characterise Queensland's capital city. Learn the history of this fast growing cosmopolitan centre and enjoy a cruise on the Brisbane River.
Immerse yourself in paradise surrounded by waterfalls and rainforest millions of years old. Walk along the treetops at Tamborine Rainforest Skywalk then travel to Gallery Walk and sample local produce and find unique souvenirs.
Discover a tropical island close to Brisbane, with its crystal clear seas, white sand and tropical parks, Tangalooma Resort on Moreton Island is waiting to be explored. Challenge yourself to sand tobogganing and hand feed dolphins
Every year about 10,000 Humpback and Minke whales migrate along the south-east coast of Australia. Witness the greatness of these extraordinary creatures on our whale watching trip in Port Stephens and spot some of the dolphins lives here.
Escape to the wilderness and enjoy unsurpassed beauty in the Blue Mountains on our small group tour. Enjoy panoramas of rugged cliffs and deep forested valleys. Hear the calls of native birds and look for Australian wildlife
Enjoy a warming cup of tea or coffee as the first rays of sunlight slowly change the colour of Uluru. Then travel to the mystical domes of Kata Tjuta (the Olgas). Walk through Walpa Gorge, where the trail follows the natural creek
Tour the highlights of Adelaide then travel to the Adelaide Hills with its quaint villages and stunning distant land and seascapes. The Adelaide Hills claim a universal appeal to the nature lover, the artist, the wanderer and the curious.
The Pinnacles, two hours north of Perth, are an easily accessible natural wonder waiting to be explored. Next to the town of Cervantes and located within the desert landscape of Nambung National Park, the Pinnacles are fascinating limestone
Take in spectacular views from Bald Hill lookout. Enjoy the coastal views from the Grand Pacific Drive. Experience Buddhist culture & cuisine at the Nan Tien Temple.
You’ll get a sense of the remoteness of outback Australia as you travel to Kings Canyon. Located in the heart of Watarrka National Park, it lies in an ancient Australian landscape that is sacred ground for the Ulpanyali and Lilla people.
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