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Sydney Paddington; The Saturday afternoon markets; the cafes, shops and bustling Oxford street. High fashion………. And let me tell you; you don’t see sportswear in Sydney except at a sporting event! New South Wales is home to the most famous city in Australia; Sydney. Sydney’s seductive outdoor lifestyle and natural beauty offers every client a perfect place to start their Australia trip! Explore the Rocks; Sydney’s colorful convict history of the harbourside quarter where it all began. Sydney Harbour; one of the most famous harbours in the world. Take a scenic cruise from Circular Quay to Darling Harbour with views of Harbour Bridge; The Opera House; Royal Botanical Gardens and so much more. Manly; take the ferry from Sydney to explore the beaches, parks, native bushland. Hire a scooter a do a lap of the northern beaches.
Bondi to Coogee; Remarkable views of the Pacific ocean abound as you walk the winding, sea-sculpted sandstones cliffs between Bondi and Coogee. Relax on the magnificent beach of Bondi. See the wild waves of Tamarama; nicknamed “Glamarama” for the beautiful people who lie on its golden beaches. Finish the tour in the scenic Backpacker haven of Coogee. Blue Mountains: The mountainous region of NSW borders Sydney’s metropolitan area. Visit the Beautiful “Three Sisters” rock formation. Hunter Valley; Home to some of the most incredible boutique wineries, most with cellar door access, gourmet meals and tours.
Sydney Tower and OzTrek $27pp Sydney Tower - the stunning 360 degree views from the Observation Deck, the amazing virtual reality ride across Australia on OzTrek and the breathtaking glass overhangs of Skywalk. Harbour Highlights Cruise $32pp Includes: Sydney Harbours main icons, comprehensive commentary. Large exterior decks, great interior viewing. Sydney Opera House Essential Tour 1 hour public guided tour by Sydney Opera House specialized guide.
Taronga Zoo $46pp Only 12 minutes by ferry from the city Taronga Zoo has the largest native and exotic animal collection in NSW. Blue Mountains & Wildlife Park $141pp Includes: Featherdale Wildlife Park, Katoomba Jamison Valley, Three sisters rock formation Sydney Sights and Lights $148pp Captains Club Dinner - Cruise, dine and dance aboard Sydney's flagship MV Sydney 2000. This is our most popular Dinner Cruise and a must for special occasions or visitors to Sydney or for those who just love a great night out! Hunter Valley Wine Tasting $181pp Includes: Morning Tea at Historical town of Wollombi, Private tasting at World Famous Lindemans, Hunter Valley Wine theatre, Tasting platters and Lunch at San Martino
2 Nights Blue Mountain & Hunter Valley Includes: •Hotel pick-up and drop-off •Experienced guide •Continental Breakfast •Wildlife Park Entry Fee •Lunch x 2 •National Park Fees •Wine and Chocolate tastings •1 night accommodation and breakfast at Whispering Pines •1 night accommodation and breakfast at Hunter Resort
What to do 6 Nights Surf, Work & Play (Working Holiday – Dorm Accom) Includes: Airport meet and greet First 4 nights accommodation in the heart of Sydney 2 open ticketed nights in MEL & CNS
Comprehensive work and travel information on: accommodation, health cards and medical care Bank account setup Obtaining a tax file number Buying a car Paying tax and getting tax back Creating a Resume/CV Methods to gain a job, job training courses 12 months membership to our exclusive Australia wide Job Clubs plus 1/2 hour free internet daily 12 months mail holding and forwarding service Australia wide 3 months membership to Online job agency Scenic harbour cruise on the Famous Sydney Harbour Group meal at an authentic Aussie pub An Aussie BBQ with Aboriginal Culture Show 1 day surf lesson Full day trip to the Blue Mountains 2 Nights Blue Mountain & Hunter Valley $1519pp Includes: •Hotel pick-up and drop-off •Experienced guide •Continental Breakfast •Wildlife Park Entry Fee •Lunch x 2 •National Park Fees •Wine and Chocolate tastings •1 night accommodation and breakfast at Whispering Pines •1 night accommodation and breakfast at Hunter Resort
Where to Stay Sydney: Glenferrie Lodge Great Southern Hotel Pensione Boutique Hotel Metro Hotel Sydney Central Aaron’s Hotel
Quay Grand Suites Sydney 5-star $528 pn Contemporary all-suite hotel designed to take advantage of the spectacular views of Sydney Harbour.
3-star 4-star 3.5-star $156 pn 3-star
$116 pn $134 pn $144 pn
Just outside of Sydney (still central): The Kirketon The Devere Diamont Boutique Hotel Arts Hotel
4-star 4-star 4.5-star 3.5-star
$142 pn $150 pn $176 pn $180 pn
Blue Mountains Leisure Inn Spires Lilianfels Blue Mountain
$211 pn $473 pn
Hunter Valley Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley Eaglereach Wilderness Resort Chateau Elan at the Vintage
4.5-star 4-star 5-star
$198 pn $208 pn $335 pn
Melbourne Discover the depth and diversity of Melbourne with a few days exploring the eclectic precincts that make up the city. Dine out at one of Chinatown's renowned dumpling houses or visit the Greek Quarter for the best of Hellenic cuisine. Wander through the historic laneways at night to find the latest hidden restaurants, music venues and bars, then spend the morning shopping amongst the glitz and glamour of the 'Paris End' of Collins Street. St Kilda is a remarkable place. It is situated on one of the most picturesque points of the Bay a short distance from the city. This bayside suburb is now one of the main tourist destinations and is renowned for its picturesque bayside setting, close proximity to the city, beaches, music venues, restaurants and cafe lifestyle. Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges; Cross into the different worlds of the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges. Escape to the Yarra Valley to indulge in life's great pleasures of food, wine and nature. Disappear from the bustle of city life into the Dandenong Ranges' secret fern glades, towering forests and eclectic villages. GREAT OCEAN ROAD One of the great drives of the world, the Great Ocean Road starts at Torquay and winds its way 247 kilometres to Warrnambool. The road follows the coast all the way and you get to see some of the most spectacular coastal scenery of anywhere, including rugged cliffs, exquisite small sandy coves, spectacluar rock formations and even a quaint fishing village.
Carlton; Enjoy the finest coffee along with authentic pizza in Melbourne’s Little Italy. Fitzroy; Melbourne’s home of art and music with a mix of fashion, specialty shops and music venues. North Melbourne; Take a stroll down Errol Street. Lined with historic buildings, interesting shops, cafes and food outlets. Prahran and South Yarra; Designer labels, fashion boutiques and the hippest bars. Port Melbourne; Stroll the palm tree lined foreshore then wander up Bay Street for some eclectic window shopping. Richmond; Explore this vibrant suburb for Vietnamese food, Greek cuisine and live music. South Melbourne & Albert Park; Enjoy fashion, fabulous coffee, beautiful lakes and city views in the home of the Melbourne Grand Prix.
What to do Eureka Skydeck $18pp Awe inspiring views from the highest viewing platform in the Southern Hemisphere at Melbourne's iconic Eureka Tower, currently the world's tallest residential building. Skydeck 88 is Australia's newest "must see" . Melbourne Zoo General Admission $27pp Melbourne Zoo offers a window to the world's wildlife - explore beautifully landscaped settings and see elephants, gorillas, tigers and more. City and Williamston Cruise $32pp Cruise to Williamstown: Cruise by Melbourne's shipping channels and Docklands on your historic journey to the old maritime seaport of Williamstown Healesville Sanctuary Birds of Prey $87pp Healesville Sanctuary is renown for its daily Birds of Prey Shows. Yarra Valley Wine Experience $107pp About an hour's trip in our deluxe buses Yering Station Vineyards: Yering Station is one of Australia's most spectacular winery set-ups Great Ocean Road Day Tour $131pp Enjoy all the amazing scenery of the Great Ocean Road, including a guided tour of the ancient rainforest in the Great Otways National Park.
2n/3day Great Ocean Road Boomerang Tour $485pp Enjoy three days travelling around Victoria taking in Australia's most spectacular coastline, including the Great Ocean Road. 2n/3day Melbourne to Sydney Tour $485pp Enjoy the sights and pleasures as you make your way from Melbourne to Sydney. This 3 day/2 night tour includes accommodation and most meals.
Where to Stay Grand Hyatt Melbourne 5-star $427 pn The Grand Hyatt Melbourne hotel is located at the top end of the prestigious Collins Street in the heart of Melbourne's central business, shopping, theatre and restaurant district and is within walking distance of many of Melbourne's tourist attractions. Distance to: Beach 2km City Centre 0km Airport 20km Melbourne: Hotel Enterprise The Albany Hotel Ibis Little Bourke St. Pensione Boutique Hotel Victoria Hotel Cosmopolitan Boutique Hotel The Westin Melbourne
3.5-star 3.5-star 3-star 3.5-star 3.5-star 4-star 5-star
$115 pn $117 pn $129 pn $130 pn $134 pn $174 pn $376 pn
Yarra Valley: The Mercure Yarra Valley The Sebel Heritage Chateau Yering
4.5-star 4.5-star 5-star
$184 pn $300 pn $702 pn
Adelaide Whether you want to party or relax on your next holiday, South Australia's capital has it all. With spacious boulevards and vibrant inner-city districts, sophisticated architecture and lush gardens, plenty of accommodation to choose from, Adelaide is the perfect venue for all sorts of holiday activities - big or small.
Food; sample everything from Asian fusion to Argentine cuisine in the exotic, bustling food halls of Chinatown. Hit Rundle Street in Adelaide’s East End for alfresco dining. Hit the Coastal suburbs of Gleneig and Henley Beach to enjoy sunset dining.
Adelaide is known for its colonial stone architecture, and expansive parklands.
Adelaide’s Parks; hire paddle boats or hire bikes in Elder Park. Enjoy the formal gardens of Rymill Park. Picnic in the local’s favorite park; Botanic Park. For a calm, serene park stroll; try the Japanese tranquility of Adelaide-Himjei Garden.
Kangaroo Island; Don’t leave South Australia without visiting Kangaroo Island; Australia’s third largest island and home to an amazing variety of wilderness and wildlife including the charismatic sea lions of Seal Bay.
Coastal Adelaide; Swim with the dolphins or learn to sail in Gleneig. In the beach suburb of Henley, you can fish or take a culinary tour of the ethnic food stores. Explore the museums, markets, and historic harbor of Port Adelaide.
Visit the wineries; Take an indulgent pilgrimage through some of Australia’s finest wine regions. Try renowned wines including Barossa Shiraz , Clare Valley Riesling and the rich Coonawarra red.
Heritage; Do a cultural tour of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens with traditional custodians the Kaurna people. Browse the world's largest collection of Aboriginal antiquities at the Aboriginal Cultures Gallery at the South Australian Museum and visit Tandanya, the National Aboriginal Cultural Institute.
See the outback; The South Australia’s outback is very, very big. Covering more than 700,000 km. Hire a campervan and go exploring to iconic Birdsville Track, to Oodnadatta or the mining town of Coober Pedy.
Adelaide Hills; Drive to the Adelaide Hills, where the picturesque farmlands and charming villages have inspired many generations of artists. Stay in Bavarian-inspired chalets and browse the bakeries, craft shops and galleries of Hahndorf, Australia’s oldest surviving German village. Visit The Cedars, once the gracious old home and studio of famous landscape artists Sir Hans Heysen. Then hit the markets of Lobethal, a fairytale town which celebrates Christmas with metres and metres of colorful lights.
What to do Adelaide Hills and Hahndorf Tour $64 pp Visit the alluring charm of the village of Hahndorf - classified as Australia's oldest German settlement set amid the tranquil setting of the Mount Lofty Ranges. Adelaide City Highlights Tour $64 pp Renowned as the 'thinking capital of Australia', Adelaide is a cosmopolitan blend of European and Modern architecture, great food and wine and a relaxed unwinding lifestyle. Ultimate Barossa Valley Wine Tour $141 pp The Barossa Valley is the largest wine producing region in Australia. Premium award winning wines, magnificent stone architecture and boutique wineries all encapsulated in a peaceful rural setting of vineyards and rolling hills. River Murray Highlights Tour $151 pp The mighty Murray meanders through three States to the Great Southern Ocean in South Australia. Experience the outback landscape and enjoy a relaxing morning cruise. Cheese and Wine Trail Tour $289 pp Packed with country freshness, your truly personalized tour will depart the city and travel via the stunning and pristine coast to where the sea meets the vines. Here, tucked away amidst the rolling hills of the Fleurieu Peninsula, lush vineyards drape the contours of the McLaren Vale wine region.
2n/3day Flinders Range 4WD Discovery $1894pp Includes: • Pick up and set down in Adelaide metropolitan area • Guided touring of Flinders Ranges including Clare, Wilpena Pound, Bunyeroo and Brachina Gorges • Overnight accommodation at Wilpena Pound Resort • All park entry fees 3n/4day Opal trail by 4WD Includes: • Return hotel transfers • Fully guided 4WD tour • Morning teas and lunches • All park entry fees
Where to Stay Intercontinental Adelaide 5-star $268 pn Intercontinental Adelaide is situated in one of Adelaide's most prominent locations in the heart of the city on the banks of the picturesque River Torrens. Immediately adjacent to the Adelaide Convention Center, Casino and Festival Centre. Distance to: Beach 10km City Centre 0km Airport 8km Mercure Grosvenor Hotel Adelaide Meridien Breakfree Directors Studios Breakfree on Hindley Rydges South Park Adelaide Adelaide Shores Resort Mantra Hindmarsh Square Crowne Plaza Adelaide
4-star 3.5-star 3.5-star 4-star 4-star 4-star 4.5-star 4.5-star
$126 pn $138 pn $144 pn $152 pn $168 pn $190 pn $212 pn $218 pn
Perth City Centre; alongside the peaceful waters of the Swan River, 20kms inland of the Indian Ocean on the West Coast of Australia. The Perth city centre bustles with activity and offers a range of choices for shopping. Sunset Coast; If you enjoy long relaxing walks along clean sandy beaches, swimming in the surf on a warm sunny day, or perhaps lazing on a beach towel while watching the world go by, then a visit to the Sunset Coast in Perth is for you Fremantle; The Port city of Fremantle lies just south of Perth on the coast of Western Australia. Fremantle is a popular spot, particularly at weekends when you will find markets, entertainment and plenty of alfresco style cafes and eateries. Swan Valley; Steeped in history and is one of Western Australia's oldest wine regions. The region is home to more that 40 vineyards, many of which are still run by the original families which started the wineries many years ago Rottnest Island; Just a short ferry ride from Perth or Fremantle is Rottnest Island, a popular holiday destination which offers a very relaxed atmosphere. Meet the Quokka, a unique little marsupial which is responsible for the islands name.
Kings Park and Botanic Gardens: Kings Park and Botanic Gardens is made up of over 400 hectares of parkland and gardens and is one of the city's most popular attractions for Perth locals and tourists alike. Perth Zoo: Only 5 minutes from the city centre, Perth Zoo offers the opportunity to see wildlife up close, in natural habitat settings. Perth Bell Tower: The Swan Bell Tower was opened in Perth in December 2000 and has since been a popular attraction for Perth visitors Barracks Arch: Originally the archway to the Enrolled Pensioner Guards Barracks, which were built in 1863, and contained 2 wings of 120 rooms. The Old Mill: Built in 1835, the Old Mill in Perth is one of the city's oldest historic landmarks. London Court: Set amongst modern sky scrapers in the heart of Perth City is Perth's London Court. Built in 1937, this small pedestrian "street" is located between the Hay Street Mall and St Georges Terrace, and has a very similar feel to the Tudor style buildings of England.
What to do Perth Zoo $23 pp Australia's best small zoo is just 5 minutes from Perth's CBD on the banks of the Swan River. You will need at least half a day to see everything Perth Zoo has to offer but we recommend a full day to make the most of your visit. One-way Cruise Perth to Freemantle $24 pp Take in the wonderful sights that only can be viewed from the river. Relax in air-conditioned comfort or take a stroll out on the spacious open decks. Swan River Scenic Cruise $45pp Discover the delights of the Swan River cruising between Perth and the Port of Fremantle. Lunch and Tram Tour $87pp Take in the wonderful sights of Perth and its surrounds that can only be viewed from the Swan River. On arrival in Fremantle, board the Fremantle tram for a fascinating guided tour of the old Port city. Re-board your vessel 1 hour later for a delicious buffet lunch as you return to Perth. Adventure Rottnest Tour $141pp Cruise along the beautiful Swan River enjoying informative commentary and complimentary morning tea before taking to the open waters for your 25 minute trip to Rottnest. Once on the island, join the Eco Express for a 90 minute adventure. You'll get a unique perspective of the island. Enjoy free time on the island before you return journey to the mainland.
2d/1n Margaret River Wine Experience Includes: • Boranup Forest • Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse & Busselton Jetty • Full Afternoon Wine Tasting outing • Mammoth Cave & guided tour • 1 nights accommodation with private facilities • Entry fees and meals as indicated • FREE Half Day Perth & Fremantle Tour • Luxury Coach Travel & Expert Commentary • Visit Cape Lavender
Where to Stay The Richardson Hotel & Spa 5-star $452 pn The Richardson is a striking new boutique hotel, designed by renowned London architect Sir Terry Farrell. Taking a holistic approach to the context and function of the design, the architect has created a structure that is grand and outstanding, yet conservative and pragmatic. Distance to: Beach 12km City Centre 2km Airport 104km Criterion Hotel Perth Perth Ambassador Hotel Hotel Ibis Perth Comfort Hotel Perth Quality Resort Sorrento Beach Citigate Perth Hyatt Regency Perth Mantra on Murray Sheraton Perth Hotel Crowne Plaza Adelaide
3-star 3-star 3-star 3-star 4-star 4-star 5-star 4-star 5-star 4.5-star
$116 $142 pn $145 pn $168 pn $185 pn $202 pn $254 pn $270 pn $312 pn $218 pn
Alice Springs, Uluru/Ayers Rock. The heart of Central Australia is comprised of cavernous gorges, boundless desert landscapes, remote Aboriginal communities and a charming pioneering history.
The famous "Rock" stands348 metres high and, like an iceberg, has most of its bulk below the surface. It is located 440 kilometres south-west of Alice Springs in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Forty kilometres to the west of Uluru/Ayers Rock is Kata Tjuta, also known as The Olgas. This massive pile of rock domes dates back 500 million years.
Alice Springs was established by the early explorers and remains as the centre of activity in this region. From the early 1900s, the vast desert of Central Australia was explored for its promise of rubies and gold. Today, north of Alice is an adventure travel destination where visitors can still fossick for gems and explore the Australian desert while trekking, camping or four-wheel driving.
Both Uluru and Kata Tjuta have great aboriginal cultural significance for the Anangu traditional landowners, who lead walking tours that inform about the local flora and fauna, bush foods and the Aboriginal Dreamtime stories of the area.
North-west of Alice, along the Tanami Track and south of Alice Springs in the Simpson Desert, the art styles and stories of the Aboriginal people give meaning to the surrounding landscape.
Watarrka National Park, encompassing Kings Canyon, lies 300 kilometres to the north-east of Uluru and approximately a four hour drive by road. Kings Canyon has 300-metre-high sandstone walls, walking trails, palm-filled crevices and views across the desert.
The most well-known natural highlights of Central Australia are the East and West MacDonnell Ranges that straddle Alice Springs and run for 223 kilometres.
Most visitors prefer the dry period from May to October; although the humid wet season delivers some of the territories best scenery.
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is inscribed on the World Heritage List for both its natural and cultural values. Rising from the broad desert plain in the deep centre of Australia. Uluru/Ayer’s Rock is Australia's most recognizable natural icon.
What to do Uluru Sunset Tour $54 pp Enjoy nibbles and a glass of wine as the sun sinks over the western horizon and the evening sky brings out the many shades of color that Uluru is famous for. Uluru Sunrise Tour $66 pp Travel to the sunrise viewing area at the eastern end of Uluru and watch the first sunlight of the day creep across the desert plains. Kata Tjuta Valley of Winds Includes: • Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) • Valley of the Winds Walk • Mandatory $25AUD Park entry fee to be paid locally
Ayers Rock to Alice Springs Tour $153 pp Travel through desert scenery between Ayers Rock Resort and Alice Springs. Your Driver/Guide will provide comprehensive commentary of your surrounds as you pass through the rugged scenery of the outback. View Atila (Mt. Conner) along the way. Stop at Mt. Ebenezer Roadhouse where there is the opportunity to purchase afternoon tea and locally made Aboriginal art (all at own expense). Travel north to Alice Springs
2n/3d Red Centre Sights and Sounds Includes: • Uluru • Kata Tjuta (Olgas) • Kings Canyon • Alice Springs •Not included: AUD25.00 National Park Entry Fee
3n/4d Kata Tjuta Uluru and Kings Canyon Includes: • 3 night hotel accommodation • Experienced guide • Barbecue dinner - Day 1 • Guided Cultural Base Walk • Camel Farm • Kings Canyon • Watarraka National Park • Kata Tjuta
IMPORTANT INFORMATION * National Park Entry fee of AUD25.00 is not included. Guests will pay this fee directly to their tour leader at departure
Where to Stay
Voyages Sails in the Desert 5-star $370 pn Named after the soaring white sails that crown it's roof, Voyages Sails in the Desert is the ultimate in 5-star comfort at Voyages Ayers Rock Resort.
Ayers Rock: Voyages The Lost Camel Outback Pioneer Hotel Desert Gardens Hotel Emu Walk Apartments Aaron’s Hotel
3.5-star 3.5-star 4.5-star 4-star 3-star
$272 pn $304 pn $336 pn $336 pn $160 pn
Alice Springs: Toddy’s Back Packers (hostel) Crowne Plaza Alice Springs All Seasons Alice Springs Oasis Desert Palms Resort Aurora Alice Springs
3-star 4-star 3.5-star 3.5-star 4-star
$66 pn $93 pn $112 pn $125 pn $152 pn
Darwin: Value Inn Darwin The Cavenagh Darwin Central Hotel Novotel Atrium Darwin Mantara Pandaras Vibe Hotel
3-star 3-star 4-star 4-star 4-star 4.5-star
$93 pn $101 pn $113 pn $140 pn $148 pn $164 pn
Tropical North The Great Barrier Reef is today amongst the Seven Wonders of the World. The world’s largest coral reef is the only living thing that is detectable from outer space. Protected under the United Nations, this World Heritage Site, the Great Barrier Reef, is rich with marine life and coral reefs in assorted shapes, all with varying beauty. The hundreds of islands that form the Great Barrier Reef encompass of 3000 individual reef systems and coral cays, including some of the most beautiful sun-soaked beaches on earth. Cairns is a city with an international designed structure with plenty of shopping opportunities, tasty cuisines, accommodation, art and culture spots, as well as heritage sites. From here you will be able to visit the trio of the Great Barrier Reef, Australian rainforests and the Outback Cooktown is the place where Capt. James Cook accidentally discovered Australia via the Great Barrier Reef. Explore the life of Cooktown in its history, beaches, monuments and museums. Some of the must visits are Grass Hill look out and Cherry Tree Bay. Mackay, Surrounded by 31 sandy beaches, one of its beaches is just 5 mins walk from the town centre. Some of the famous beaches are Harbour beach, Town, Eimeo and the Black Beach.
Port Douglas, a stylish city for the class conscious with star accommodation facilities, it is an excellent base to explore the northern regions of the reef and rainforests of Daintree and Cape Tribulation. Townsville is a place in Queensland where one can get to see the extremity of nature in the form of lush green rainforests, the outback and virgin beaches and reefs. The town, a fast growing region in Australia, is known for its nightlife and a perfect ladder to view the outback, rainforests, splendid waterfalls, tropical islands and the Great Barrier Reef.
What to do CNS: Cairns Tropical Zoo $33 pp Welcome to the ultimate wildlife adventure; the most outstanding wildlife experience in the Cairns area. Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures - Admission $35 pp Just 40 minutes north of Cairns and 25 minutes south of Port Douglas; simply one of the best places to see crocs and tropical wildlife. Fitzroy Island Activity Pass 1 $96 pp Includes transfer, use of resort facilities, National Park walking trails, choice of glass bottom boat ride or snorkeling gear. PTI: Breakfast with the Birds $48 pp Immersed within the wetlands; experience the sounds and colors as you enjoy Queensland’s best breakfast. Great Barrier Reef Adventure $185 pp Cruise in air-conditioned comfort aboard a modern high speed catamaran to Great Adventures spacious reef activity platform situated on the outer Great Barrier Reef. Silverswift Reef 1 Certified Dive $235 pp Departing Daily from Cairns, visit three reef sites at the outer reef.
2n/3d Certified Dive Adventure - stateroom Includes: • 8 Day Dives and 2 Night Dives • Stateroom (Twin/Double) with private bathroom • Chef prepared meals • Coffee, Tea and Milo • Fresh Fruit onboard Reef Encounter • Dive equipment •(excluding Wetsuit and Dive Torch hire)
5n/6d Cairns Adventure Package $1272 pp •5 nights Single Room with Ensuite Accommodation • * Hotel pick-up and drop-off before and after tour •* 5 hours White Water Raftering w BBQ Lunch and transfers •* Return Catamaran transfers to Fitzroy Island •* Fully guided Half Day morning Sea Kayaking Tour on the Reef at Fitzroy Island •* Snorkeling equipment and tuition •* 30 minute Balloon Flight with transfers •* 1 x Full Buffet Breakfast with champagne •* Transfer to Kuranda with free time to explore •* Skyrail rainforest cableway to Cairns •* 5 hours on the Great Barrier Reef with snorkeling gear and instruction •* Coral Viewing Vessel tours •* 3 x Lunch * 1 x Afternoon tea •* EMC Reef Levy - Not Included: * Mandatory Levies payable direct: AUD30.00 per person Tully Rafting Levy AUD30.00 per person Balloon/Kuranda/Skyrail Levy AUD10.00 per person Sea Kayaking Levy * Accommodation transfers on Day 3 and 5
Where to Stay
Daintree Eco Lodge & Spa
Visualize wandering through the world's oldest rainforest, the Daintree 65 million years older than the Amazon. Feel the warmth of the tropics on your skin, hear the deep echo of the Wompoo Fruit Dove from the canopy above. Become immersed in nature, gain a new appreciation for the abundant flora and birdlife around you.
Cairns: Nomads Cairns Esplanade Bohemia Resort Cairns Cairns Queens Court Palm Royal Cairns Novotel Cairns Oasis Mantra Esplanade
3-star 3-star 3-star 4-star 4.5-star 4-star
$60 pn $76 pn $79 pn $94 pn $141pn $159 pn
Port Douglas: At The Mango Tree Apts Mercure Port Douglas Treetops Bay Villas Resorts Reef Club Resort Matras: Village, Heritage or Inlet Sheraton Mirage
3-star 4-star 4-star 4-star 4-star 5-star
$90 pn $100 pn $118 pn $148 pn $159 pn $216 pn
Mission Beach: Castaways Resort The Elandra
$146 pn $240 pn
Townsville Hotel Ibis Townsville Park Regis Anchorage Grand Mercure Apts. Jupiters Townsville
3-star 4-star 4-star 4-star
$115 pn $136 pn $170 pn $210 pn
Brisbane & Gold Coast There are so many things to see and do in Brisbane and South East Queensland. Find the best beaches, daytrips, scenic drives, camping spots, 4WD destinations and more. You can enjoy galleries, museums, markets and festivals in the city or head out and explore the river, mountains and forests. Whatever you want to do around Brisbane, chances are you'll find it here. Gold Coast; Australia’s Gold Coast is a fun and diverse city, offering an explosion of action packed days and fun filled nights enjoyed by more than 10.5 million visitors every year. Get into the Gold Coast’s easy living lifestyle with 70 kilometres of sun, sand and surf at your doorstep or 100,000 hectares of world heritage listed rainforest just a short drive away. Amp up the adrenaline with an early morning surf or a visit to one of the many theme parks, before sampling the dining riches at one of the Gold Coast’s many award-winning restaurants. The Gold Coast extends from Brisbane to the New South Wales border .
Amp up the adrenaline with an early morning surf or a visit to one of the many theme parks, before sampling the dining riches at one of the Gold Coast’s many award-winning restaurants. The Gold Coast extends from Brisbane to the New South Wales border . Gold Coast City and the Queensland capital of Brisbane have been jointly identified as one of the most desirable places in the world to live, ranked on political, social, economic and environmental factors, plus personal safety and health.
What to do BNE: Lunch Cruise $60 pp Enjoy lunch aboard Brisbane and icons authentic paddle-wheelers; the Kookaburra River Queens. Lone Pine and Mt. Cootha $83 pp This tour takes in some of Brisbane’s historic buildings, and then on to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. Mount Tamborine Day Tour $114 pp This tour starts with a scenic drive to Mount Tamborine MacDonald National Park, and includes a picnic lunch Cameron Falls Walk, Knoll lookout, and Rainforest skywalk.
Surfer’s Paradise: Admission to Q Deck Q Deck is located in Surfer’s Partadise.
3 day Theme Park Gold Pass $56 pp Includes: •Door to door transfers on Gold Coast Tourist Shuttle to Dreamworld, Sea World, Movie World, Wet N Wild or Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary •* Unlimited travel on the Surfside Bus lines network
1n/2d Fraser Island Tour $380 pp Includes: • 2 picnic lunches • 1 buffet dinner • 1 continental breakfast • Standard quad share dormitory accommodation •Not included: * AUD20.00 Fraser Island Access Fee is payable •4n/5d Noosa Fraser Experience $2829 pp Includes: •Pick up and drop off from Brisbane or Maroochydore Airports • Noosa hotel vehicle transfer • 2 nights accommodation in Noosa with breakfast daily • Fraser Island Discovery Exclusive Day Tour • Experience the rainforests of Central Station and the beauty of Lake McKenzie • Transfers to Kingfisher Bay Resort • 2 nights accommodation on Fraser Island with hot buffet breakfast daily • Ranger guided nature walk • Catamaran transfer to Hervey Bay Marina • Vehicle transfer Harvey bay to Brisbane or Maroochydore Airport or Noosa
Where to Stay
Pepper’s Ruffles Retreat 5-star $419 pn Peppers Ruffles Retreat and Spa is Queensland's premier Gold Coast luxury accommodation, located in the beautiful Gold Coast Hinterland, midway between the coast and the mountains.
Brisbane: Base Brisbane Voyages Watermark Hotel Brisbane Holiday Inn Brisbane Hotel Ibis Brisbane Hotel George Williams Sofitel Brisbane
2-star 4.5-star 3.5-star 3.5-star 3.5-star 5-star
$66 pn $130 pn $140 pn $150 pn $160 pn $258 pn
Surfer’s Paradise: Chevron Palms Resort Breakfree Beachpoint Breakfree Peninsula Surf Regency Crowne Plaza Surfer’s Paradise
3-star 3-star 3-star 3.5-star 4.5-star
$82 pn $102 pn $129 pn $179 pn $210 pn
Coolangatta: Outrigger Resort Greenmount Beach Resort Quality Mermaid Waters Radisson Resort Gold Coast Turtle Beach Resort Mantra Coolangatta Beach Azzura Greens Resort
3-star 3-star 4-star 4-star 4-star 4-star 5-star
$92 pn $114 pn $148 pn $161 pn $196 pn $216 pn $254 pn
Australia Rail Queensland Explorer: 3 months of unlimited travel within Queensland
East Coast Discovery Pass: The East Coast Discovery Pass is the most flexible, easy and versatile way to discover the East coast of Australia by rail from Melbourne to Cairns or vice versa with unlimited stopovers in one direction $459 Sunlander: The Sunlander is one of Australia's great rail Journey's. Enjoy the ultra relaxing atmosphere and service of Queenslander class service on this journey. $929 Australia Pass: The Ausrail pass offers unlimited travel for six months for international visitors across Australia $999
Call GOGO LAND to book; not GOGO Rail.
Campervans For clients who want to see Australia at their own pace and really experience all the wonders that Australia has to offer; why not offer them the opportunity to rent a campervan? From inexpensive to more luxury type accommodations; your clients will chose the pace that they want to go. Automatic and manual transmission are available; sleeps 2 up to 6 people, 4 WD. HiTop Voyager Bushcamper 4WD Safari 4WD Challenger 4WD Elite Explorer Platinum Forest
3 pax 4 pax 3 pax 5 pax 2 pax 2 pax 4 pax 6 pax
$131/day $160/day $168/day $177/day $178/day $181/day $239/day $331/day
5 speed manual transmission automatic transmission 5 speed manual transmission 5 speed manual transmission 5 speed manual transmission automatic transmission automatic transmission automatic transmission
Includes bedding, linens, kitchen equipment, general equipment, map of Australia, 24 hr customer care
For more information about the fleet, visit www.britz.com
17 day Australian Explorer Highlights Explore beautiful Sydney Visit the Blue Mountains Sunset & Sunrise at Uluru Explorer Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) Climb Kings Canyon Sights of Alice Springs Karlu Karlu (Devils Marbles Mataranka Thermal Springs Cruise on Katherine Gorge Yellow Waters Billabong cruise Kakadu National Park Aboriginal Rock Art Litchfield National Park Great Barrier Reef cruise Aboriginal Cultural Experience
From CAD $5675 per person including Early Bird Savings
First class accommodation Luxury Mercedes coach transportation Tour Director & Driver 16 x full breakfast 2 x lunches 1 x ‘You Are Invited’ dinner 1 x Highlight Dinner 4 x Hotel Dinners
17 day Australian Explorer How this tour works Days 1-3 & 14-17 are independent city pre/post tour arrangements in Sydney & Cairns. Roundtrip transfers, first class accommodation and local sightseeing on AAT Kings day tours (Sydney = City tour, Harbour cruise and Blue Mountains / Cairns = Great Barrier Reef and Kuranda Rail with Skyrail experience) Days 4-13 is a fully guided Northern Territory Premium tour with an AAT Kings tour director & driver from Ayers Rock to Darwin
17 day Australian Explorer What makes this tour different? There are no preset guided experiences with pre/post independent arrangements in the market. You don’t have to customize anything…it’s been done for you.
Who do I see this to? Anyone looking to experience the true Outback, someone looking for culture, nature & Australian wildlife while travelling first class.
17 day Australian Explorer Key selling features Day 8. Clients spend time with a local Aboriginal guide to learn about the life and culture of the Anrrente people. Day 8. During the guided portion of this tour, clients are whisked away to Ooraminna Homestead to meet the Hayes family for a traditional Aussie style BBQ under the stars. Day 13. Highlights Dinner at Darwin's Crocosaurus Cove…up close with the crocs.
SAVINGS of CAD $460 per couple Book by 31Mar11
3 day Uluru & Kings Canyon Highlights Explore Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) Enjoy sunset at Uluru Uluru sunrise and base tour (or choose to climb Ayers Rock) Climb Kings Canyon
Inclusions Roundtrip transfers and sightseeing by Luxury Mercedes coach transportation Choice of accommodation budget, standard, superior or deluxe •Optional, add the Olgas BBQ dinner on day 1 for CAD $85 per person •This Flexi tour can be combined with other Flexi tours to create your very own custom independent itinerary, all you have to do is add the air…it’s that easy.
AAT Kings is the #1 operator in Australia Most knowledgeable Tour Directors Guaranteed departures Best consumer discounts Most active in the North American market Widest range of tours in Australia No hassle touring, everything is included Easy to book, just add air AAT Kings owns their own fleet of state of the art vehicles
January 2011 Campaign AAT Kings offer - Book by 31Jan11 SAVE 10% on featured guided tours
Highest sales with a minimum of $25,000 booked by 31Mar11 will WIN 2 seats on AAT Kings
10 day Country & Coast Premium guided tour