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  • Ayers Rock
    Sip sparkling wine as the sun sets over the sacred Aboriginal site of Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, and wonder at the changing colours of this, the world's largest monolith.
  • Great Barrier Reef
    Comprising over 2,900 individual reefs and some 900 islands, this remarkable marine reserve is renowned for its crystal-clear waters and rich diversity of marine life - among its inhabitants are more than 1,500 fish species, some of which you'll be able to see if you don your face mask and fins to go snorkelling in the wonderfully warm Coral Sea.
  • Sydney Opera House
    It may be 40 years old, but the country's prime arts venue still dazzles visitors with its futuristic looks. Learn more about the history and the stories surrounding this most majestic of Sydney's buildings on a guided tour.
  • Meet the locals
    Australia is renowned for its weird and wonderful wildlife, and you can come face-to-face with some of the nation's most cuddly creatures on an optional visit to a koala research project in Melbourne. Emus, kangaroos and cockatoos are among the other endearing birds and animals you may encounter here.
  • Blue Mountains National Park
    Perhaps vistit the Blue Mountains National Park on an optional excursion. Covering 267,954 hectares and originally proposed in 1932 by Myles Dunphy, an early conservationist, in 2000 it became part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area.
Tour highlights
Stunning Ayers Rock Escorted Journeys
Ayers Rock

Sip sparkling wine as the sun sets over the sacred Aboriginal site of Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, and wonder at the changing colours of this, the world's largest monolith.

Australian Adventure

  • VIP door-to-door travel service
  • Travel insurance
  • Return flights and transfers
  • All breakfasts, 2 lunches and 5 dinners
  • Excursions as described
  • Saga tour manager
  • Porterage at all hotels
  • Tourist visa*

19 nights
from
£4,099
per person