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Sydney, capital of New South Wales and one of Australia's largest cities, is best known for its harbourfront Sydney Opera House, with a distinctive sail-like design. Massive Darling Harbour and the smaller Circular Quay port are hubs of waterside life, with the arched Harbour Bridge and esteemed Royal Botanic Garden nearby. Sydney Tower’s outdoor platform, the Skywalk, offers 360-degree views of the city and suburbs.

BEACHES: Ride in our comfortable coach to explore one or more of the 100 picturesque beaches in Sydney – from calm, sheltered bays and secret coves to busy surf beaches and world-famous tourist destinations. Many have cafés, restaurants or entire shopping villages clustered around their edges, and most are easily accessible from Sydney’s city centre. A range of aquatic activities are also available, including snorkelling, kayaking, canoeing, stand up paddle boarding and surfing. With all the variety on offer, there is something for everyone.

BLUE MOUNTAINS: Two hours drive west from Sydney, with a blue horizon of eucalyptus trees that appear to stretch on forever, expect to be enchanted by the natural beauty of the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area. Set out on foot to explore some of the 140 kilometres (87 miles) of walking tracks, admire the native bushland, marvel at the impressive rock formations and explore underground caves on a holiday centred around the outdoors. Listen to Dreaming stories told by local Aboriginal guides and admire the work of resident artists before retiring to a luxury retreat surrounded by wilderness.


Australia's mecca of all things trendy and tasty, Melbourne offers up exquisite dining, exhilarating sport and abundant opportunities to experience art.

DAYLESFORD: A 90-minute drive north-west of Melbourne, with a scenic Central Highland setting and a healthy dose of style, Daylesford makes for an easy day out. Spend the morning browsing the enticing shops and galleries followed by an indulgent lunch at Lake House, one of Australia’s best regional restaurants. Finish the day with a relaxing soak in the mineral-rich waters road in Hepburn Springs, and perhaps a massage, before heading back to Melbourne.

GREAT OCEAN ROAD: Start your journey from Torquay, one of Australia’s best-known surf towns located 90 minutes south-west of Melbourne. A further 45 minutes down the road, Lorne is another charming seaside town, known for its lively arts scene and its one-kilometre long beach. Continue on to the Great Ocean Road's most famous sight the 12 Apostles. Nearby, the striking Loch Ard Gorge is also worth visiting before you head back to Melbourne.

YARRA VALLEY: About an hour drive north-east of the city, wineries aren’t the only attraction in the Yarra Valley. After some wine tasting at some of Australian’s best wineries, such as Coombe, Domaine Chandon, Innocent Bystander and TarraWarra, why not head on to Healesville Sanctuary to encounter kangaroos, koalas, wombats, dingoes, lyrebirds, platypus and Tasmanian devils?

PHILLIP ISLAND: About a two-hour drive south of the city, Phillip Island is famous for the unique scene at the Penguin Parade after sunset, when hundreds of little penguins come ashore at Summerland Beach after a day swimming at sea. The island is also home to a koala reserve where you can walk along an elevated boardwalk to see koalas close up in their natural habitat.


Being the capital of Queensland where the living is easy, Brisbane is a cosmopolitan hub for arts, culture and dining, heavy on laid-back charm. With stunning natural assets, clear blue skies all year round and a subtropical alfresco lifestyle, Brisbane is an urban metropolis with a relaxed vibe. Here you’ll receive a warm welcome from the city with timeless nature in its soul.


ABORIGINAL CULTURE: You don’t have to visit the outback to discover Australia’s Aboriginal culture. In Brisbane, on land where First Nations peoples have lived for tens of thousands of years, the aboriginal culture unveils. At places such as Beenleigh Historical Village, North Stradbroke Island, Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Centre (Burleigh Heads) or even at the heart of Brisbane city, you could listen to Dreamtime stories as you learn about their traditional ways of life and how their people have adapted to the changing landscape of their custodial lands.


CITY TOUR: You could discover Brisbane's historic city centre, river and wildlife on a day tour in one of our comfortable coaches. Take a cruise along the Brisbane River followed by a ride on the Wheel of Brisbane. See koalas and other Australian wildlife at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary and enjoy Brisbane's most iconic views from the Mt Coot-tha Lookout.


NATIONAL PARK: Explore Springbrook National Park in a stress-free ride in our mini-bus from Brisbane. The park is part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area, and boasts waterfalls, subtropical and temperate rainforest and stunning lookout points. Enjoy a rainforest walk and picnic lunch within view of Purlingbrook Falls, plus time to take a dip in the natural freshwater pools. 

Gold Coast

Gold Coast is famed for its long sandy beaches, surfing spots and elaborate system of inland canals and waterways. It’s also home to theme parks such as Dreamworld, Sea World and Wet’n’Wild. Inland, hiking trails crisscross Lamington National Park’s mountain ridges and valleys, home to rare birds and rainforest.

BEACH: Gold Coast has some of the most beautiful stretches of sand in Australia. Whether you love to swim, surf, paddleboard or simply relax, you'll find a beach to suit. Grab your swimming costume and head to one of the Coast's best beaches: Snapper Rocks, Currumbin Alley, Burleigh Heads, Tallebudgera Creek, Surfers Paradise, Kirra Beach and many more.

THEME PARKS: From the world’s tallest and fastest thrill rides at Dreamworld, to parks where you can see native Australian wildlife at Wet'N'Wild, or splash around in swimming pools and water slides at WhiteWater World; you’ll find it all on the Gold Coast. Meet your favourite movie characters and super-heroes at Warner Bros. Movie World; or swim with dolphins and sharks at Sea World.

THE SCENIC RIM: An hour away from Gold Coast, the World Heritage-listed site The Scenic Rim is home to lush rainforests, spectacular mountain ranges and ancient landforms. Located inside an ancient volcanic caldera, it's an area of stunning scenery, luxury lodges, an abundance of locally produced food, and communities that offer a friendly welcome to visitors. There's plenty of opportunity for adventure, with walking tracks, cycling trails and natural rock pools.