This land seems to have been spun from the origins of time, with natural wonders as awe-inspiring as the people, themselves: the world’s longest coral reef, the world’s oldest rainforest, the world’s biggest monolith. The word “breathtaking” is uttered so often here. Enjoy the pulse of world-class cities and the serenity of treasured, natural beauty. From the soaring splendor of Sydney’s Opera House – Australia  welcome you. Journey Pace: Active

Tour Details


9-12 days from $10995.00

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Day 1+2

Melbourne, Australia

Delight in a private walking tour through Melbourne’s beautiful lanes and arcades before you enjoy our festive Welcome Dinner.

Day 3+4

Adelaide, Australia

A short morning flight takes us to Adelaide and a private tour of the South Australian Museum, where you’ll hear about the tragedy of Australia’s ‘Stolen Aboriginal Generation.’ A scenic morning flight takes you to isolated Kangaroo Island and a visit to the Seal Bay Conservation Park.

Day 5

Ayers Rock, Australia

This morning, we fly to Ayers Rocks – Uluru – the world’s biggest monolith.

Day 6-8

Daintree, Australia (Great Barrier Reef excursion)

After sunrise at Uluru, fly to Cairns where we will venture out to the Great Barrier Reef, the world’s largest coral reef ecosystem. You’ll experience the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef, cruising this world-renowned, natural coral landscape for spectacular snorkeling.

You’ll also experience a journey deep into the Daintree rainforest for a guided walk.

Day 9-12

Sydney, Australia

A morning flight takes us to Sydney. You’ll enjoy a private, guided tour of Sydney’s famous icon, the Sydney Opera House. A private cruise on Sydney Harbor is a quintessential Australian experience, highlighted by a gourmet Australian barbecue.  Guests taking the 12-Day Journey will travel to the airport to board flights or go on to their next destination.


Park Hyatt Melbourne, Melbourne

Overlooking St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Fitzroy Gardens and the cosmopolitan mix of Victorian and modern architecture, Park Hyatt Melbourne offers exclusive, luxury accommodation in the heart of the city. Our beautifully appointed luxury hotel centrally located in Melbourne’s CBD provides a warm ambience and exceptional levels of personalised service and luxurious amenities. Renowned for having the largest 240 guestrooms & suites in Melbourne with walk in robes, Italian marble bathrooms and open windows, our hotel provides an unparalleled experience of elegant, contemporary luxury. Guests are invited to enjoy the award-winning ‘radii’ restaurant & bar, the decadent Lounge and Melbourne’s favourite day spa featuring an indoor aquamarine pool, spa, sauna, gym and private sun deck. You will never run out of things to do, as our hotel is conveniently located near the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), home of the Australian Football League (AFL) and test cricket. It is also within walking distance to the Melbourne Museum, the best boutique shopping, cafes, restaurants and theatre districts in Melbourne’s CBD. Melbourne Airport is conveniently located only 25km away.

Hilton Hotel, Adelaide

Each spacious room at the Hilton Adelaide hotel is stylishly decorated in fresh, modern tones, providing a welcoming environment. Finish off some important work at the desk and stay connected with high-speed internet access. Pamper yourself in the elegant bathroom with luxury toiletries, then curl up on the luxurious bed and watch an on-demand movie on the 21-inch TV. In-room coffee and tea service and daily housekeeping are also available for your convenience. Step up to an Executive Room or Suite and enjoy the benefits of the Executive Lounge including complimentary internet, personalised check-in and check-out, breakfast and evening refreshments. You are invited to experience Seriously South Australian® cuisine, created using the freshest local ingredients at The Brasserie. The hotel’s modern restaurant provides a lively atmosphere to sample the best produce, wines and boutique beers the state has to offer. The Lobby Lounge offers an ideal spot to unwind with live music playing Friday and Saturday evenings.

Sails in the Desert, Ayers Rock

Named after the soaring white sails that crown its roof, this is Voyages Ayers Rock Resort's premium hotel. The interior decor focuses on Aboriginal heritage and culture, with a gallery in the lobby and significant artworks featured throughout the public areas and in the private rooms. The Hotel also features the acclaimed Mulgara Gallery, the lively, buffet-style Winkiku Restaurant, tapas-style cuisine by the pool at Rockpool (seasonal), and the award winning signature restaurant of Voyages Ayers Rock Resort, Kuniya Restaurant. Relax in beautifully appointed rooms, enjoy a cocktail in the lovely grounds, or sit back and relax under the magnificent white sails.

Silky Oaks Lodge, Queensland

Located on the Mossman River, this boutique hotel features elegant spacious lounges and the Tree House restaurant overlooking the surrounding rainforest and river. The lodge was constructed using local timbers and each guest room includes a private veranda with hammock.

Shangri La Hotel, Sydney

One of the most famous sights in the world greets you as you awake from the soothing comforts of your luxurious bed. The stunning Opera House glows a pearlescent white against the blue of the sky and the sea, while the Harbour Bridge stands majestically for all to see. The city is a palette of exuberant colours, all vying for your attention. Such is the spectacle from your room at Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney. Nightfall perspective of Sydney Harbour You walk the narrow, winding streets and discover Sydney’s vibrant history, and pick up interesting items at the quaint shops along the way. Eventually, you find yourself at the famous Queen Victoria Building. Delicate stained glass cast incandescent sunrays on the building’s two masterpieces – the Royal Clock and the Great Australian Clock - which amaze you with their intricate craftsmanship. Let the moon illuminate the night sky as you experience the endless enchantment of Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney.