This tour will definitely not disappoint! Combining the Outback and the sea this amazing experience is especially designed for the adventure seeker! Travelling through country that remains virtually unchanged since the adventures of Sturt, Burke & Wills and McKinlay. Highlights include the isolated regions of Tibooburra, Innamincka and Marree. At Cameron Corner stand where the three states meet. Visit the iconic ‘Dig Tree’ where Burke & Wills tragically perished after returning from their expedition to the Gulf of Carpentaria. Travel through Cordillo Downs Station to the frontier town of Birdsville. Travel the awesome Birdsville Track to the infamous town of Marree then along the Oodnadatta Track to Coober Pedy. Take a flight (optional) over Lake Eyre and the newly restored Marree Man. Have your cameras ready as we travel through the Painted Desert to Arckaringa Station. Enjoy lunch at the Pink Pub in Oodnadatta and a guided tour of Coober Pedy. Leaving the outback, explore the Barossa Valley and Adelaide Hills. Visit the many delights of Kangaroo Island and experience the awesome majesty of the Great Ocean Road. With lots to see and do this is one tour not to be missed. Book soon and get ready for your adventure!
Enjoy four nights at the four star Riverwood Downs Mountain Valley Resort in Monkerai. Set in the remote foothills of the Barrington Tops National Park, this secluded resort, is hidden in a valley, surrounded by rainforest on the beautiful Karuah River where platypus play. Spend some time getting acquainted with Gloucester on a guided tour before an afternoon at Barrington Tops NP. Visit Hillview Herb Farm, Camelot Llama & Lavender Farm and Tocal Homestead. See nature at her creative best as we branch out each day to explore the delights of this wonderful area. Spend a free day at the resort enjoying your own activities, perhaps take a walk to the Platypus Pool or Rock Pool or simply soak up the ambience with the sound of the many birds and the beautiful mountain stream before a delicious Christmas in July dinner. Come with us on a magical journey filled with scenic delights and natural wonders and experience all the wonders the area has to offer.
Discover the delights of the Central NSW Coast in this special holiday package. Take a relaxing cruise aboard the MV Lady Kendal II. Spend a day in the Hunter Valley taste testing the various culinary delights on offer; enjoy lunch at Harrigan’s Irish Pub and some free time in the magnificent Hunter Valley Gardens. Visit the Australian Reptile Park and learn about their commitment to saving lives through their Venom-Milking Program. Explore the historic town of Morpeth with its beautiful sandstone streets. Wander down the gorgeous sandstone streets to find colonial buildings occupied by modern and inviting cafés, pubs, galleries, boutiques, antique shops and local businesses. In Newcastle visit the Fort Scratchley Historic Site - it's worth a visit just for the view alone. This delightful tour is sure to tick all the boxes for a relaxing tour of discovery and scenic splendour.
Head across the heartlands of New South Wales to join the Eyre Highway to Port Augusta. From here cross the vast expanse of the Nullarbor Plain, where the views of the Southern Ocean and the Great Australian Bight are awesome. In Western Australia discover the delights of the south west region of the state; Esperance, Albany, Augusta, the giant Karri Forests and much more. In Perth there is time for sightseeing the capital city of the west before our journey east to Wave Rock, Kalgoorlie and Laverton where we join the Great Central Road and travel into the Northern Territory to experience the wonders of the Red Centre. Forget your cares and join us for an epic adventure that combines the Western Australian wildflowers, the spectacular South West Coastline, the awe-inspiring Great Australian Bight Marine Park and Australia’s iconic Red Centre. This is a journey that will leave you with everlasting memories of some of Australia’s most impressive scenery.
Journey through the heartlands of New South Wales and the isolated outback mining city of Broken Hill to the Great Australian Bight, an unparalleled wilderness and natural beauty on the coastline of South and Western Australia. The Great Australian Bight is one of the most pristine ocean environments left on earth. Visit the Head of Bight Interpretive Centre. From the main viewing platform Southern Right Whales can be observed at close quarters displaying a variety of behaviour. Travel across the Nullarbor Plain, famously known as the longest stretch of straight road in the world. Explore the magnificent south west region of Western Australia with its stunning wildflowers, towering Karri Forests and awe-inspiring coastline. Visit the Gloucester Tree, the Valley of the Giants, Cape Leeuwin, Jewel Cave, Hamlin Bay, famous for its friendly stingrays and Busselton Jetty. Explore the Margaret River region and enjoy some free time to explore Perth before flying home. This tour certainly promises to be a delight. We invite you to join us on this very special holiday.
Join us for this adventure of a lifetime through the very heart of Australia’s Outback. The Outback Way which links Laverton in Western Australia to Winton in Queensland; at 2800 km is also known as ‘Australia’s longest shortcut’. Along this trail you will pass through many different types of landscapes and scenery, allowing you to see some of Australia’s most pristine areas. After arriving in Perth visit Wave Rock, the gold mining towns of Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie. At Laverton begin our journey along the Outback Way visiting Giles Weather Station and Lassiter’s Cave. Delight in the colours of the Australian bush – the desert purples, reds and golds; watch the vista of Kata Tjuta (Olgas) appear in the distance as we draw closer; be awe-struck by the magnificence of Uluru with its spectacular red rocks and domes rising out of the Central Australian Desert. This exceptional adventure through Australia’s Wild Heart is waiting for you, don’t miss out, read the full itinerary and book soon.
“Floriade” – this premier Canberra drawcard is unlike anything else in Australia…a Spring Festival of Flowers at its festive, colourful best, a spectacular and inspiring salute to spring! Come with us on this special holiday and be enticed by Canberra’s fabulous Floriade where splendid massed gardens add to the many other ACT highlights. Included in your four night stay; the exciting National Zoo and Aquarium (where a lucky few will have the opportunity to feed a tiger, giraffe or an otter), Parliament House, Black Mountain Tower Lookout, The Australian War Memorial, Lake Burley Griffin cruise, Cockington Green, Tulip Top Gardens, plus a grand sightseeing tour of the Embassies and High Commissions. On our homeward journey enjoy some free time in the delightful village of Bungendore. Scenic coastal sightseeing through Gosford and Coffs Harbour brings us home. We invite you to place yourself in the “picture” and join us for this fragrant, magical spring holiday.
Every year thousands of people head to Griffith to view and admire the more than 50 larger than life citrus sculptures, created using more than 100,000 oranges, 100,000 rubber bands! At the same time, the Griffith Festival of Gardens shows off horticulture on varying scales and will provide inspiration to all gardeners! Up to 12 private gardens are open to the public, ranging from small cottage gardens to stunning large acreage creations. The Gardens of Griffith reflect the joy and pleasure the community gains from creating stunning displays. Other features included in this tour are the Mendooran Murals, Stuart Town, Eugowra Bushranger Murals, Temora Rural Museum, Iandra Castle, Sunhill Dairy Goat Farm and the magnificent Waterfall Way.
The world-renowned Jacaranda Festival is the oldest folk festival in Australia. Held in Grafton in the beautiful Clarence Valley the festival celebrates the jacaranda. Experience the grandeur of The Grand Float parade and much more on this spectacular tour. Heading back to Queensland enjoy a three night’s stay at beautiful O’Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat where you can escape to a world of ancient forest, fresh mountain air, crystal clear creeks and breathtaking sunsets. The ultimate tour for sure!
Ho Ho Ho...Come touring this Christmas and join us for a Holly Jolly Christmas, because after all, it’s the best time of year! What better place to be in the heat of summer than the Blue Mountains. Staying three nights at Katoomba you are sure to appreciate the cooler mountain temperatures. Enjoy an unforgettable lunch cruise through the wilderness areas of the Blue Mountains National Park and Nepean Gorge aboard the Nepean Belle; Visit the Museum of Fire with its fire engines dating back to the early 1800’s. Explore the awe-inspiring Jenolan Caves; discover the Blue Mountains heights with touring of the distinctive Three Sisters, the grand Jamieson Valley and Govett’s Leap views.Celebrate Christmas in Hotel Blue's elegant Sisters Blue Restaurant, with a tantalising, festive four-course feast followed by a visit to Scenic World. On our homeward journey travel the Fossickers Way, one of the oldest and most picturesque touring routes in NSW. In Inverell, visit the Pioneer Village and the Inverell Tourist Complex. Back in Queensland enjoy morning tea at the historic Glengallan Homestead. We invite you to read the full itinerary and see all the fabulous treats in store for you this Christmas on a truly Holly Jolly Christmas holiday.