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A land of extraordinary diversity, Australia has vibrant cities, fascinating landscapes, beautiful beaches and so much more. Thanks to the country’s enormous size and incredible variety, a tour of Australia is often the best way to get the most out of your time here. You’ll feel like you’re exploring an entire world, rather than just one country.
It’s impossible to see everything Down Under, but an Australia tour will certainly help you tick off all the highlights. You can stroll along golden stretches of coastline, dive into the depths of the Great Barrier Reef, and explore the vast Outback – not to mention the cities, islands and national parks that make Australia so tempting. Whether you’re looking to combine city sightseeing with beaches and nature, or you’re planning an epic trip across Australia and New Zealand, our team of experts will help you choose the perfect tour for you. We’ll help you discover some of the world’s most iconic landmarks, and visit some other, lesser-known gems for that personal touch.
Most of our tours kick off in one of Australia’s stunning cities. You might start in stylish Sydney, where you’ll find several of the country’s enduring icons, namely the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Melbourne, meanwhile, has world-class cultural attractions, hip rooftop bars and endless coffee shops. Or perhaps you’ll start your Australia tour in sun-soaked Brisbane or Cairns, before travelling to the spectacular Great Barrier Reef.
Hundreds of miles from the coast, Australia’s sparsely populated Red Centre is a captivating choice. Learn about Aboriginal culture in the Northern Territory and marvel at sacred Uluru. Or start in the sunniest capital, Perth, on a tour of Western Australia. This state is becoming an increasingly popular holiday choice, thanks to its sleepy beaches, carpets of wildflowers, and gentle whale sharks.
As well as a range of itineraries, we also offer different kinds of tours. Our escorted tours to Australia allow you to explore with other like-minded travellers, while your guide takes care of your group. Or, if you’d prefer to have an exclusive holiday experience, private tours can be arranged for just you and your party. Self-drive tours are another option, giving you the freedom to travel in your own time. Whichever Australia tour you choose, our experts will help you arrange every detail.
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Spend 3 days at the Red Centre and take in the sights of Uluru, Kings Canyon and Kata Tjuta. Explore the surrounding area and learn about the Aboriginal culture.
Explore the national parks of the Northern Territory from Darwin. The Parks in this part of Australia are like nowhere else in the country and offer a different experience which is truly spectacular.
The Ghan Expedition is a truly unique adventure that travels south to Adelaide and boasts an assortment of wonders and allows intimate access to the spectacular landscape through the centre of Australia.
The Indian Pacific is an enchanting journey that showcases a unique perspective of the Australian landscape and spans the full width of the country taking 65 hours coast to coast.
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The Kimberley is a place where fiery red landscapes and emerald flora are set off against cobalt skies. There are secluded gorges hiding ancient rock art and welcoming waterholes to be discovered not to mention a plethora of indigenous flora and fauna to uncover.
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An excellent way to enjoy one of the greatest coastlines in the world, as you explore the sights on a journey from Sydney to Cairns; including a visit to the Great Barrier Reef.
Experience cosmopolitan Melbourne, enjoy a taste of Outback life in Alice Springs and cruise the Great Barrier Reef on a trip taking in some of the main highlights that Australia has to offer
Spanning one third of the whole of Australia, planning a holiday to the state of Western Australia might feel a little daunting, however 15 Day Western Wonderland allows you to sit back, relax and be shown the very best of WA on an escorted tour with a highly knowledgeable drive guide.
Australia’s West Coast has to be seen to be believed. Think whale sharks, turquoise waters, wildflower carpets, pristine beaches and arid outback landscapes.
Port Douglas is a Queensland treasure. It’s the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and the region’s lush Daintree Rainforest. Expect beautiful beaches, turquoise waters and some of the oldest trees in the world on your doorstep.
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.
Desert Gardens Hotel is the ideal place to soak up Central Australia’s indigenous culture. It’s the only hotel in the Ayres Rock Resort, with a selection of rooms that overlook Uluru.
Seashells Scarborough puts convenience at the heart of everything it does. With different apartment options, you can choose the space to suit you, safe in the knowledge that you’ll have everything you need right at your fingertips.
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 find Holiday Inn Darling Harbour in the heart of Sydney’s lively Darling Harbour, close to the city centre. So there are lots of bars, shops and attractions on your doorstep.
You’d be hard pushed to find a better Sydney location. Situated in Circular Quay’s dress circle, InterContinental Sydney is opposite the Royal Botanic Gardens, around the corner from the Museum of Sydney, and just a stone’s throw from the 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.
Just around the corner from buzzing Rundle Street, Majestic Roof Gardens provides a tranquil escape in the centre of Adelaide.
If you want to experience the hustle and bustle of central Perth while enjoying calming waterfront views, head to Pan Pacific Perth.
Part of the Whitsunday Islands, Hamilton Island is one of Australia’s most desirable holiday destinations. Just a stone’s throw from the Great Barrier Reef, the island is fringed by bright coral reefs and surrounded by tropical fish.
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.
Seashells Fremantle provides a home away from home with its range of self-contained apartments. Rooms are bright and airy with large windows overlooking Perth, while plants and greenery bring the outdoors in.
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.