Travel 2 Australia & New Zealand 2018/19


TOUR HIGHLIGHTS • Indulge with a unique dining experience on board Melbourne’s Colonial Tramcar Restaurant • Discover Melbourne’s colourful hidden laneways • Savour a unique Aussie BBQ at Earth Sanctuary • Toast an Uluru sunset with gourmet canapés and wine • Experience a spectacular Red Centre sunrise • Discover Aboriginal rock art at Uluru • Explore Kata Tjuta and hike through Walpa Gorge • Interact with local Aboriginal artists • Snorkel on the Great Barrier Reef • View Darling Harbour from your Sydney hotel room • Dip your toes in the Pacific Ocean at famous Bondi Beach • Experience the Sydney Opera House on a guided tour

Day 10: Cairns – Sydney After a morning at leisure, fly from Cairns to Sydney where you will have an evening free to do as you please. Your Travel Director will have plenty of hints and tips on the best places to eat and afterwards, why not soak up the sights on a stroll around the city’s famous harbour. (B) Intercontinental Sydney (3 nights) Day 11: Sydney Join a local guide for a guided tour of the iconic Sydney Opera House before discovering Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs and putting your feet in the sand on famous Bondi Beach. Enjoy lunch aboard a Captain Cook cruise on Sydney’s harbour before spending the rest of your day exploring the city at leisure. In the evening, you may choose to take in an opera performance back under the world-famous sails of the This final day is free for you to experience some additional experiences in this vibrant city and beyond. Optional trips can take you just outside of the city to the majestic Blue Mountains for stunning panoramic views, or perhaps you’d like to indulge your palate on a day tour to the Hunter Valley wineries for tastings and a delicious lunch. As the day draws to a close, join your travelling companions for a special farewell dinner in a local restaurant by the water. (BD) Day 13: Depart Sydney Say farewell to your new-found friends this morning as your tour comes to an end after breakfast. Transfer to the airport for your onward flight. (B) PRICES INCLUDE • 12 nights’ accommodation in premium hotels • Meals as specified: 12 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 4 dinners • Domestic flights as specified in the itinerary • Transfers and sightseeing as specified (excludes ‘optional’ items) Sydney Opera House. (BL) Day 12: Sydney free time

Day 7: Ayers Rock – Cairns Join a local Aboriginal artist today for a fun introduction to Western Desert Art. Your Anangu artist will explain the meanings of local totems, before assisting you to complete your own painting to take home as a memento of your experience. In the afternoon you will fly from Ayers Rock to the gateway to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, Cairns. (B) Hilton Hotel Cairns (3 nights) Day 8: Cairns free time With a full day at leisure today to explore all that Cairns and North Queensland has to offer, you’ll be spoiled for choice. Optional excursions include a visit to the award-winning Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park where you can gain insights into indigenous culture, or there is the option to travel to the rainforest village of Kuranda on the historic scenic railway. Alternatively, you can simply relax and enjoy a delicious lunch at a local restaurant. (B) Day 9: Great Barrier Reef Get ready for an experience of a lifetime today as you board a high-speed catamaran and cruise out to the Great Barrier Reef. You’ll have the opportunity to snorkel and view this natural living wonder up close (equipment provided) or stay dry and explore the stunning reef from the comfort of the underwater observatory or a semi-submersible craft. Enjoy a tropical buffet lunch on the reef before you return to Cairns, and after some time to relax, join your travelling companions for a delicious evening meal overlooking the Cairns waterfront. (BLD)

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