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A holiday to Australia obviously comes with its fair share of flying, which makes it a great choice for a multi-centre holiday. The flight options to Australia are almost endless. You can choose where to stop on the way, and where you want to arrive in – and leave – Down Under. With so many variations available, you can plan the perfect multi-centre holiday to Australia. Simply speak to our travel experts about your preferences, and we’ll work with you to create your perfect getaway.
If you fancy combining Oz with a city break, we’d recommend a stopover in Dubai or Singapore. Both destinations offer world-class attractions, top-notch dining options, incredible theme parks, fantastic shopping, and have great beaches to boot. Plus, there’s plenty of culture and tradition interspersed between all the glitz and glamour.
If you want a taste of Asia and more beach time, why not throw Bali into the mix? Australia and Bali have lots in common, with white-sand beaches, a big focus on sustainability and a flair for culinary inventiveness. From Bali it’s only a three-and-a-half-hour flight to Perth and less than six hours to Sydney, making this a great option for your Australia multi-centre holiday.
Another dream combination is to combine Australia and New Zealand in one trip. Both destinations offer so much but, if you have a few weeks or more, you would certainly be able to tick off the major highlights and get a feel for both countries. How about exploring the cities, beaches and reefs on Australia’s east coast, before hopping over to New Zealand for a campervan adventure on the South Island? If you really want to push the boat out you could even add on a Pacific Island – Fiji, anyone?
And let’s not forget that vast Australia is practically a whole continent – so you can, of course, have a multi-centre holiday within the very same country. Perth is now accessible by a direct flight from London, meaning you can easily start your trip with a stay on the west coast before exploring the rest of the country. Perth has flight connections to all of Australia’s major cities meaning a Perth, Rock and Reef combo is easy peasy.
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Includes two free nights in Port Douglas, includes one free night in Singapore. Includes return flights.
Singapore is one of the most popular stopover destinations en route to Australia, and is the ideal combo for getting a flavour of Asia before arriving Down Under.
Includes 20% saving on the campervan - Save up to £200 per couple
Embark on a Queensland adventure in the comfort of your own campervan. Travel at your own pace and choose your own itinerary. As Queensland is home to many of Australia’s most iconic attractions, there is plenty to see and do
This epic 22 day escorted tour showcases the iconic landmarks and experiences of both Australia and New Zealand. Travel with like minded companions in the company of a dedicated driver and experienced guide.
Explore Australia’s beautiful landscape, vibrant cities and natural landmarks on this adventure that shows off what the country has to offer.
Save up to £550 per couple
Embark on a WA adventure in the comfort of your own campervan. Journey through bustling cities, charming townships and scenic landscapes.
Upgrade to Premium Economy one way from £530pp*
The Pacific Coast from Brisbane to Port Douglas is one of the most spectacular in the world. Buckle up and get ready for the road trip of a lifetime.
Explore the states of Victoria and South Australia as you travel along one of the worlds most iconic and beautiful coastal drives. Once you leave Melbourne you’ll see the contrast between the rugged coastline and the lush forest that sit side by side each. Visit wineries in the Barossa Valley before heading on to Adelaide
1 free night in Cairns and free room upgrade of Fraser island - Add on a Whitsundays sunset cruise from £65pp
Spend 13 days following Queensland’s East Coast southbound from Cairns to Sydney. Discover stunning beaches and explore some of Queensland’s outer lying islands including, Hamilton Island, Fraser Island and Great Keppel Island all of which offer you something unique.
You’ll find this modern hotel in The Rocks – a neighbourhood steeped in history, against the backdrop of Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Rydges Sydney Harbour lies between two of the city’s most famous landmarks. From the rooftop pool, you’ll be able to enjoy spectacular panoramic views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House.
Crown Promenade Melbourne is located in the heart of the city’s Southbank area. It’s a sophisticated place to base yourself, with galleries, bars, restaurants, boutique shops and more on your doorstep.
Crown Metropol Perth is something of a foodie’s paradise, with 19 restaurants, bars and lounges on site. No matter the time of day, you’ll be spoilt for choice when you fancy a bite to eat here, as you’ll find everything from steak to seafood to tapas to teppanyaki.
You’ll have everything on your doorstep for your Cairns adventure at Pullman Cairns International. Poised right by the harbour, this hotel gives you unbeatable views of the boats sailing past and bustling city life.
Villa San Michele serves up a slice of the Mediterranean in the centre of Port Douglas – a tropical town near the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest.