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The ultimate way to see the highlights of New South Wales and South Australia
Perfect for couples or families with a sense of adventure
The southern half of Australia is at its best during our winter, so this is the perfect Christmas holiday
Being one of only 400 visitors on Lord Howe Island will make you feel like it is your own island paradise - climb one of the peaks to survey the island in all its glory
The sheer volume of indigenous wildlife on Kangaroo Island will leave you spellbound, with wallabies, kangaroos, koalas and echidnas around every corner
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. Lord Howe is good to visit year round as the sea temperature rarely drops below 19 degrees Celsius. Warmest weather is mostly between November and May.
Explore Southern Australia’s extraordinary scenery with this itinerary that takes you on a journey to awe-inspiring locations. Marvel at the diversity of the landscapes and take in incredible sights, whilst staying in off-the-beaten-track accommodation.
Begin your journey exploring the wide expanses of the outback in the remote Flinders Ranges. Explore the spectacular scenery with a picturesque flight over the vast outback, spend a day with an indigenous guide learning about the ancient Aboriginal culture of the area or simply marvel at the myriad of local wildlife, including Red and Gray Kangaroos, Rock Wallabies, Emus and many different species of birds. We have included a private heli sundowner tour on one of your evenings.
From the red earth and gum trees of the outback, travel to one of Australia’s premium wine-producing regions, The Barossa Valley. Home to over 150 wineries and over 80 cellar doors, The Barossa Valley has consistently produced some of the world’s favourite wine for over 150 years. With gastronomic delights around every corner, here you can tour the Barossa’s multiple vineyards and picturesque villages by bike, as part of a guided tour or even by helicopter. Included in your trip is a private full day tour of the Barossa Valley wineries with a local guide.
Next you will fly across to Kangaroo Island, which is located just 15 km off the coast of South Australia. Kangaroo Island boasts outstanding natural beauty and its relative isolation has ensured an abundance of wildlife in a stunning and protected natural environment. Explore the island’s natural wonders including secluded cliffs overlooking a rugged coastline, views of the wild Southern Ocean and Kangaroo Island’s sugar-white beaches not to mention the huge variety of endemic wildlife that flourish here.
You will then travel east to Sydney, arguably Australia’s most dynamic and cosmopolitan city. We have included a priavetly guided tour of Sydney by vintage car. Explore the historic Rocks area of the city, offering far reaching views of the Opera House and Circular Quay. Take in a performance at the Opera House, enjoy a yacht cruise out on the famous harbour, visit the lush botanical gardens or spend your time exploring the many markets that hide down quaint side streets.
After a relaxing stay in Sydney, continue on to Lord Howe Island, a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the last true paradises on earth. Lord Howe Island is just two hours by air from Sydney and its diverse collection of scarce flora, fauna and prolific marine life make this is a nature lover’s dream. With its unspoilt beaches and lack of development or pollution, this really is a rare gem of a destination. Snorkel in the pristine waters or trek overland in the dense native forest. An adventure lover’s playground with just 400 non-residents allowed on the island at any one time, if you’re seeking remoteness, luxury and the chance to connect with nature, then Lord Howe island is the island for you.
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.
Explore Sydney by bike on this exhilarating privately guided cycling tour around Australia's most cosmopolitan city.
Enjoy a full day tour of Kangaroo Island, a truly unique island with distinct flora and fauna, with your local and expert guide.
When in Sydney getting out on to the harbour is a must. Cruise the harbour in style on a sailing boat and embark on a four hour cruise taking in the famous sights as well as the lesser known coves and beaches of the harbour.
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.
This full day tour of Sydney is designed for guests who not only want to see the iconic sites of Australia's most prominent city but also to meet the locals and get under the skin of New South Wales' cosmopolitan capital.
A great day out exploring Sydney for the whole family. Learn how to make Australian chocolate before heading to the famous beach Bondi where the whole family can learn to surf. Can be tailored to suit your specific desires.
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Flinders Ranges, South Australia, Australia
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Lord Howe Island, New South Wales, Australia
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