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Experience the best of the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest staying in Tropical North Queensland
Explore some of Australia's most cosmopolitan cities from Perth to Sydney and of course Melbourne
Experience Aboriginal culture up in the Daintree- the oldest rainforest in the world
Get under the skin of Australia on this in-depth tour of the land down under
Winter (June-Aug) is high season in Queensland; the water can be chilly - at least to Australians - but its temperature rarely drops below 22°C. April through October is peak visibility time for divers. Summer is hot and sticky across the state. In North Queensland the monsoonal Wet season is from November or December through March or April. It brings heavy rains, high temperatures, extreme humidity, and cyclones. It's no problem to visit then, and the Wet or "Green" season allows an unusual opportunity to explore this region during a truly balmy time of monsoonal calms.
<p>In the southern half of Australia the seasons are the opposite of those in the northern hemisphere: spring comes in September, summer is from December to February, autumn runs from March to May, and winter begins in June.</p><p>Sydney is great to visit year round but if you want warm sun and dry weather it is best to try between November and April. Their winter months of May - October usually have mild weather so you can still enjoy all the sights.</p>
Explore the true highlights of Western Australia, South Australia, New South Wales and Queensland on this epic trip around Australia. From Perth to the Barossa Valley, Sydney to Port Douglas, this itinerary can be crafted to suit your individual needs yet forms the basis for a memorable trip around the land down-under.
Your holiday starts in the cosmopolitan city of Perth, Western Australia’s capital city. Head to the botanical gardens at Kings Park to see endemic flora and fauna and learn about Aboriginal history or take a cruise along the Swan River down to magical Rottnest Island home to the elusive and incredibly cute quokka.
Next it's on to the Barossa Valley where some of the world's most premium wines are produced. Here you will get to explore the many wineries of the region. From small to large producers, meet the men and women behind the scenes on a guided tour or hire bicycles and cycle the vines at your leisure. We have included a full day private tour of the wine region with a local guide where you’ll take part in wine tastings at boutique wineries and enjoy lunch at a recommended cellar door.
Your next destination is the world-famous Sydney. Explore the beautiful Darling Harbour or opt to climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Enjoy a cruise out on the Harbour exploring the many bays and coves or take a trip to Bondi and learn how to surf like a local.
Flying from Sydney to Cairns your next destination is the oldest rainforest in the world, the Daintree and the Great Barrier Reef. Enjoy an Aboriginally led guided rainforest walk, enjoy a sunset catamaran cruise from Port Douglas along the Daintree coastline, or take to the skies to see where the rainforest meets the reef from above – a true site to behold. Included is a day trip out to the Great Barrier Reef on a shared cruise where you can explore the underwater world.
Accessed solely by boat or seaplane in a stunning waterfront setting, Berowra Waters Inn is Sydney’s most famous gastronomic destination. The fine dining experience offers an incredible seven course degustation menu designed by Chef Brian Geraghty.
Visit the Blue Mountains, one of Australia's most iconic sights. Tour through Featherdale Wildlife Park home to an array of endemic wildlife before continuing into Blue Mountains where you will enjoy lunch before an epic heli-ride back to Sydney.
When in Sydney getting out on to the harbour is a must. Depart in style from Circular Quay on a 52 foot motor yacht and embark on a four hour cruise taking in the famous sights as well as the lesser known coves and beaches of the harbour.
On this day tour, you will explore the Blue Mountain’s National Park admiring the dramatic landscapes and varied wildlife before enjoying a picnic lunch overlooking the endless panorama.
The Dreamtime Legends Walk through the Mossman Gorge gives visitors a more intimate look into the Culture, spirituality and traditions of the Kuku Yalanji people and their unique connections with this ancient land.
Enjoy a day learning about the best of the Margaret River region on this small group tour. Admire the coastal scenery, endless beaches and limestone caves of the region before enjoying an exclusive lunch with matched wines.
This hidden and private guided tour of Sydney really gets you away from the conventional sights of Sydney. With your specialist guides and unique vehicle, explore through the eyes of two locals and learn all about Sydney from a different perspective.
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