Sydney, Wolgan Valley, Kangaroo Island & Whitsundays
At a Glance
Plunge into the tranquillity of the Blue Mountains, with a plethora of walking and hiking trails you will capture its beauty first-hand
Lose yourself in unlimited luxury the only way to see Australia. Staying in the country's top properties all the while exploring in style
A fully immersive trip taking in the key highlights of this vast country; you will encounter wildlife, beaches, reefs and iconic landmarks
Fly in by private helicopter for the ultimate arrival to the iconic Uluru where you will feast under a thousand stars
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This itinerary visits many regions of Australia. As Hamilton Island is in the Whitsundays and not as far north as some islands on the Great Barrier Reef the weather is not quite so extreme. The best time to visit is still between April and October but it is still well worth a visit the rest of the year.
Kangaroo Island can be visited year round and the cooler weather between April and October can be when the best wildlife is viewed. Sydney and the Blue Mountains can also be visited year round.
We design each itinerary around you, so this suggested itinerary is a starting point that we can tweak or transform into something completely bespoke to you. To start planning your holiday
As spellbinding as it luxurious, vast as it is intimate, bask in the unique landscapes of Australia, one of the most beautiful and diverse destinations on our planet. Dive straight into Australia’s dynamic city, Sydney, before travelling to the immense Blue Mountains National Park, admire the iconic Uluru and remote bush of the Northern Territory before heading to Queensland and experiencing life on Lizard Island. We know you deserve incredible and this limitless itinerary takes you there.
Days 1-4: Sydney
Touch down in Sydney ready for your personally curated journey to begin. You will be staying at the ultimate address, Park Hyatt Sydney, with its panoramic views of the Opera House and the sparkling waters of the Harbour. After a busy day seeing the iconic sights, head to the ultra-modern rooftop pool and spa - total bliss!
Take to the road in style in a bespoke private tour of Sydney by vintage car where you will witness some of Sydney iconic sites. Explore the Rocks District where mural-clad laneways offer boutique coffee shops and galleries before heading down to the harbour to witness the famed Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. 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.
The rest of your time in Sydney is at leisure – opt to spend a day sailing in the harbour or relax on one of the great city beaches. Wander through the beautiful botanic gardens or take in a performance at the Opera House – the options are endless.
Accommodation: Park Hyatt Sydney (3 nights)
Days 4-6: Blue Mountains National Park
Plunge into the tranquillity of the Blue Mountains. Despite being a mere 90 minutes from Sydney, the Blue Mountains National Park could not feel more removed. Relax in the peaceful ambience here and take in the wonder of the scenery that surrounds you. With a plethora of walking and hiking trails throughout the national park you will capture its beauty first-hand. During your time in the Blue Mountains you will have the option to enjoy several lodge-based activities that will allow you to spot native wildlife and marvel at the sheer scale of the scenery. Enjoy the expanse of the mountains on a full day private tour by 4WD, admiring the dramatic landscapes before enjoying a gourmet picnic lunch overlooking the endless panorama.
The rest of your time in the Blue Mountains is at leisure. You may choose to explore the quaint local villages or take a journey on a local steam train through the national park but one thing’s for sure – the Blue Mountains will not disappoint.
Accommodation: Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley (2 nights)
Days 6-8: Uluru
After your time spent exploring and relaxing in the Blue Mountains, your next destination will be the iconic Uluru. Staying at Longitude 131 you will not be disappointed, a collection of luxury tents set in spectacular surroundings overlooking the sacred sites of Uluru and Kata Tjuta, fully luxurious, offering guests an intimate encounter with this spirited land.
An exclusive touring programme is included in your stay here, and with only a few other guests you will get a unique insight into this sacred land, the aboriginal culture and the flora and fauna of this vast desert landscape. There is also a fantastic pool from where you can watch the changing colours of the rock as the sun sinks low over the plains. Whilst here you will be astounded by the iconic Field of Light Experience, exclusively available for Longitude 131 guests this is truly a dining experience to remember. As the sun sets you'll be taken to the setting for your delectable four-course feast - a private area overlooking the glistening bulbs of the Field of Light. Watch the red ochre hue of Uluru darken as the sun lowers and the mesmerising Field of Light is revealed before you.
Accommodation: Longitude 131 (2 nights)
Days 8-11: Great Barrier Reef and Islands
The final element to your spectacular adventure will be a stay amidst the emerald islands and jewel coloured reefs of the Great Barrier Reef at Lizard Island.
Lizard Island sits right on the reef, so you can snorkel and dive right from the pristine white sand beaches, before enjoying sumptuous cuisine, much of which will have been caught on the reef that day, paired with superb Australian wines. This luxurious 'Robinson Crusoe' experience will be the perfect end to an incredible Australian adventure. Take a private boat charter around Lizard Island, spend the day exploring the crystal clear waters of the reef, snorkel and dive until your hearts content.
Accommodation: Lizard Island (3 nights)
Days 11-14: Kakadu National Park
Staying in the remote and beautiful wilderness of the Northern Territory you will head to next level wild bush luxury, this region has no other accommodation like the exclusive Bamurru Plains. The focus of your stay here is on the environment around you that the wildlife and birdlife here call home. The safari suites have all been designed to blend into the environment and maximise the potential to see and hear the natural wonders of the bush.
Your hosts and guides will be integral to your stay here and you will receive personal attention only possible in a lodge with so few guests - it is their knowledge and experience that bring the place alive. Whether bush walking, cruising the river or taking a 4 wheel drive safari in Bamarru's Toyata Land Cruisers, you will see wallabies, dingos, crocodiles, buffalo and wild pigs along with fantastic bird life. Fishing is second to none here and you can also visit Kakadu National Park and Arnhem Land for more stunning landscapes and important Aboriginal heritage sites.
Accommodation: Bamurru Plains (3 nights)
Sydney, Wolgan Valley, Kangaroo Island & Whitsundays
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