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Australia Tours

Australia is a destination like no other, enriched with some of the most extraordinary landscapes from the beautiful corals of the Great Barrier Reef to the indigenous lands of the Red Centre.

Tours in Australia

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Things to See & Do

  • Sydney


    Sydney, with its majestic Opera House and iconic harbour bridge is a city to which visitors return again and again. Stroll through the historic Rocks – Australia’s birthplace, dine at one of Darling Harbours superb restaurants or take a scenic cruise to experience breathtaking views of Sydney’s skyline.

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  • Ayers Rock

    Ayers Rock

    Enjoy a cup of tea or coffee as you witness Uluru at sunrise. Join a guided walk to the waterhole of Mutitjulu followed by the guided Mala Walk. Visit the Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre and Maruku Arts and Craft Cooperative.

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  • Great Barrier Reef

    Great Barrier Reef

    One of the worlds greatest natural wonders, the Great Barrier Reef is a joy to discover. Snorkelling amongst colourful corals and tropical fish in clear waters, or on board a semi-submersible will be a highlight of your trip.

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  • Sydney Opera House

    Sydney Opera House

    Take time to visit the Sydney Opera House with its iconic roof, shaped as a sail of a boat. During a day at leisure, enjoy a guided tour and visit the ampitheater or even get to go backstage.

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  • Melbourne


    Melbourne is a city renowned for its culture and relaxed lifestyle, filled with many fine galleries and museums, stately architecture and landscaped gardens, superb shopping and of course a reputation for some of the finest cuisine in the country. It is also a city famed for its sporting connections, with events running throughout the year, covering everything from cricket and racing, to tennis and Australian Rules football.

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  • Adelaide


    Charming and sophisticated, but without the big city feel of some of Australia’s larger destinations, Adelaide is relatively compact, but with plenty to offer the visitor, including an abundance of museums and quirky galleries, picturesque parklands, trendy cafes and fantastic shopping.

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  • Margaret River

    Margaret River

    Margaret River wine region extends 120 km, from Cape Leeuwin to Cape Naturaliste, and there are numerous places of interest you may wish to visit. There are several wineries in the area, including the Leeuwin Estate, home to the famous annual Leeuwin Concerts, or perhaps the smaller Cape Mentelle Estate, both of which are certainly worthwhile options.

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  • Kata Tjuta / The Olgas

    Kata Tjuta / The Olgas

    Kata Tjuta, or many heads, of Aboriginal legend were once believed to have dwarfed the monolithic grandeur of neignbouring Uluru. Steeped in native myths and folklore, a tour of these 'monstrous domes' of sandstone present a fascinating insight into the Aboriginal dreamtime stories and traditional bush tucker.

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  • Perth


    Capital of Western Australia, Perth lies on the bank of the meandering Swan River and offers a number of attractions for the visitor including a number of museums and the bell tower. Head to Kings Park for spectacular views of the city skyline.

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  • Kuranda


    The rainforest village of Kuranda, perched in the highlands is most famous for its craft markets but other attractions also include a butterfly park. Travelling to/from this quaint village is part of the experience. The scenic railway carves it way through the rainforest as it climbs the mountainside while the Skyrail cable car offers a birds eye view of this lush green treetop canopy.

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Highlights of Australia

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  • Steve Manley

    For a memorable view of Sydney Opera House with the harbour bridge as a backdrop, head to the botanic gardens and Mrs Macquarie's chair.

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Best Time To Go and Weather

The first thing to remember with Australia is that the seasons are reversed to those of the Northern Hemisphere, whilst the sheer size of the country makes for a vast diversity of climatic conditions. That said it is a country that, depending upon where you wish to go, makes for an ideal year round destination. We recommend considering March/April and October/ November when the tourist spots can be less crowded and prices lower. In the tropical coastal regions the weather generally follows two distinct seasons, wet and dry, with April to November being the best time to visit, when the moderate coastal humidity helps to keep temperatures to an acceptable level and the days remain dry. By contrast the arid interior is marked by high summer temperatures, very little rainfall and freezing temperatures during the winter evenings. These regions are best during the months of April, May, October and November. Southern Australia is best between December and March, although be aware that the long Christmas holidays can mean crowded beaches and prices will be at a premium. For those planning on heading north, then May to October are the best times to travel, when the rainfall and temperatures are lower. Tasmania is best explored during the Australian summer months, when temperatures are comfortable although be aware that the central highlands can be unpredictable and wet.

Essential Information

  • Time differenceGMT +10 hrs
  • Flight Time20 hrs
  • VisaETA (authorised by Bales before departure)*
  • ImmunisationsNone**
  • CurrencyAustralian dollars
  • CapitalCanberra
  • Area7.7 million sq km
  • Population20 million
  • Dialling Code+61
  • Electricity240 volts
  • LanguageEnglish

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