Australia

Australia, officially the Commonwealth of Australia, is a sovereign country comprising the mainland of the Australian continent, the island of Tasmania, and numerous smaller islands. It is the largest country in Oceania and the world's sixth-largest country by total area.

Australia is one of the top-rated destinations among the travelers who are looking to travel in groups and then there are honeymooners wanting to enjoy out-of-the-world locales. Your tour will start from the vibrant city of Melbourne, take you on a fun road trip down the Great Ocean Road and show you wonders of the sea in the Sea World. Enjoy the multicultural vibe of the Land Down Under with its pristine beaches, rich heritage, and amazing coastal experiences.

 

Australia Tour Package


Itinerary

 

Day 1: Arrival in Australia

Arrival in Cairns. Visit Cairns city center and its lagoon (an artificial pool that simulates a beach). Take a walk through and have dinner at the Cairns Marina. Night in Cairns. 

Day 2: The great barrier reef

Day trip to the Great Barrier Reef by catamaran, stopping in three places for diving and snorkeling. Return, have dinner and spend the night in Cairns.

 

Day 3: From Cairns to Cape Tribulation

Take the rental car north to Cape Tribulation, passing the famous beaches and towns of Palm Cove, Ellis Beach, and Port Douglas along the way. Once in Cape Tribulation, visit Kulki Beach. Night in Cape Tribulation. 

Day 4: From Cape Tribulation to Mission Beach

Walk on one of the gangplanks through the tropical jungle of the Daintree River. Take the rental car down to Cairns, passing Mungalli Falls on the way. Night in Cairns. 

Day 5: Uluru: Australia's Red Centre

Fly to Ayers Rock. Rent a car to visit Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) and hike its trails. Before sunset visit the sacred mountain of Australian aborigines: Uluru. Night in Ayers Rock. 

Day 6: Kings Canyon

 

Take the rental car through the desert to Kings Canyon. Walk along one of the Kings Canyon trails, where you'll see cliffs, streams, waterfalls, and ponds. Watch the sunset at Kings Canyon. Night in Kings Canyon. 

Day 7: Return to Ayers Rock and flight to Melbourne

 

Return to Ayers Rock and fly to Melbourne. Arrive at the hotel and go for a walk in the city. Night in Melbourne. 

Day 8: Melbourne

 

Walkthrough the city visiting the center, the alternative neighborhood of Fitzroy, and the Italian district of Carlton, brimming with charming restaurants for dinner. Night in Melbourne. 

Day 9: The Great Ocean Road

 

Rent a car to go from Melbourne to Port Campbell on the famous and spectacular Great Ocean Road. On the way, stop at one of the famous beaches for surfing. See the Twelve Apostles cliffs. Spend the night in the fishing village of Campbell. 

Day 10: Return to Melbourne

 

Return to Melbourne on the interior highway. Stop in the town of Winchelsea or at a winery. Visit Santa Kilda, one of the hippest neighborhoods on the outskirts of Melbourne. Night in Melbourne. 

Day 11: Return to Ayers Rock and flight to Sydney

 

Visit Santa Kilda, one of the hippest neighborhoods on the outskirts of Melbourne. Flight to Sydney. Arrive at the hotel and go for a walk in the city. Night in Sydney. 

Day 12: Sydney: the bay

 

Visit the Opera House. Take the ferry to Manly Beach crossing Sydney's impressive bay. Go for a swim at Manly Beach. Visit the historic center of Sydney (The Rocks). Night in Sydney. 

Day 13: Sydney: Bondi Beach

 

Go for a swim at Bondi Beach. Rent a surfboard or take a surfing class for beginners. Walkthrough Chinatown and have dinner. Night in Sydney. 

Day 14: Back home

 

 

Trip to the airport. Flight back home.



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Australia Travel Guide

 

Famous Australia Cites

Australia is a highly industrialized country. It is a safe country any traveler should choose to visit. Australian cities and towns have lot of things to offer all year round, too. They have beautiful scenery, pristine beaches, botanical gardens and wonderful natural

Sydney Opera House

resources for people to explore and appreciate.
- Sydney

- Melbourne

- Alice Springs

- Canberra

- Brisbane

- Perth

 

 

Wild Life of Australia and National Parks

There are thousands of national parks and other conservation reserves in Australia. They are  a huge variety of environments - from deserts to rainforests area, and from coral reefs to eucalypt woodlands. Only a few national parks are managed at a national level by the Australian Federal Government. Most parks and reserves are co

nserved by government agencies in each of Australia eight states and territories.

- Uluru - Kata Tjuta National Park

- Great Barrier Reef Marine Park

- Norfolk, Christmas and Cocos (Keeling) Islands

- Kakadu National Park

- Booderee National Park

- Island (keeling)

 

 

Australian Art & Culture

Delve into our cities and their cultural attractions, including big Australian art galleries such as the Art Gallery of NSW and the Gallery of Modern Art Brisbane. We will tell you where to find the biggest contemporary art gallery in Sydney and that

Desert Mob, Alice Springs, NTmust-see Melbourne art gallery

 

- The Ancient Art of Kakadu

- Aboriginal art
- Creative culture opera house
- Colonial art
- Torres Strait Islander peoples

 

Australians Festivals

Experience Australias cities during their major arts festivals, which showcase local and international theatre, dance, visual arts, music, food and wine and more. Join Sydneysiders on the streets for the Sydney Festival and maximise your cultural immersion at the Melbourne International Arts Festival. Watch fireworks over the Brisbane River during the Brisbane Festival and live it up at the Adelaide

Christmas

Festival, one of the world greatest arts events

- Christmas

- New Year

 

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