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    Uluru, formerly known as Ayers Rock

Grand Tour of Australia


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Around Australia in 30 days!

Australians are renowned for their love of the outdoors, and you’ll quickly discover why on this all-encompassing trip of a lifetime.

Soak up the sunshine in the country’s greatest cities, sample shiraz in its finest wine regions and meet the diverse wildlife as we delve into Outback, rainforest and parkland.

With 30 days, we’re able to see even more of Australia’s highlights, from the creeks of the ‘Top End’ to the bohemian beach town of Noosa.


A car with a tickVIP door-to-door travel service

A suitcase with a tick Included travel insurance

A bed 27 nights in hotels and 2 in flight

A plate with a knife and fork 30 meals: 27 breakfasts (days 3-29) 3 lunches (days 14, 17 and 23)

A person Tour manager


  • International and internal flights as detailed
  • Travel in destination by coach
  • Porterage

A camera Excursions and visits

  • Tours of Perth and Fremantle (including river cruise); Alice Springs; Darwin (including Military Museum); Brisbane (including koala sanctuary); Sydney; and Melbourne
  • Kakadu National Park
  • Yellow Water cruise
  • Nitmiluk Gorge cruise
  • Uluru sunset and sunrise viewing
  • Kata Tjuta
  • Great Barrier Reef cruise
  • Kuranda Scenic Railway
  • Kuranda Skyrail
  • Fraser Island
  • Pacific Coast drive (stopping at Gold Coast & Byron Bay)
  • Hunter Valley winery tour
  • Sydney harbour cruise
  • Yarra Valley wine tasting
  • Excursion to Dandenong Ranges and Puffing Billy train ride

Prices are based on return flights with Qantas from London Heathrow - inbound via Perth. Supplements may apply from other airports

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Day 1 UK to Perth

Our VIP door-to-door travel service collects you from home for your flight to Perth.

Day 2 Perth

On arrival, the evening is at leisure.

Day 3 Fremantle

We start our day with a tour of Perth, making our way towards the ocean to spend time in arty Fremantle.

We take the ferry back to Perth, sailing past million-dollar waterfront mansions.

Day 4 Perth

Today is free for you to explore the city.

Day 5 Darwin

Fly early to Darwin, capital of the Northern Territory.

Day 6 Kakadu

We spend a full day touring Kakadu National Park.

Look out for native wildlife and huge termite mounds along the roadside as we traverse stunning scenery and landscapes.

Day 7 Kakadu to Katherine

Cruise Kakadu’s wetlands, an ever-changing landscape rich in wildlife, including over 10,000 crocodiles.

Experienced guides offer insight into the wildlife and Bininj people. Travel by coach to our hotel in Katherine.

Day 8 Katherine to Darwin

Nitmiluk National Park includes a breathtaking series of monumental gorges along the Katherine River - this morning we’ll take a leisurely cruise, before returning to Darwin.

Day 9 Darwin

This morning we take a tour of this tropical capital, including entrance to the Darwin Military Museum.

The afternoon is at leisure.

Day 10 Alice Springs

Fly early to Alice Springs, where our tour includes a visit to the Royal Flying Doctors Service Base.

Day 11 Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) to Uluru

Our journey continues to one of Australia’s natural highlights, Uluru.

We’ll head to Kata Tjuta, a collection of rounded rocks, then continue closer to Uluru to enjoy a glass of wine at sunset.

Day 12 Uluru to Cairns

Early this morning we watch sunrise at Uluru, before flying to Cairns.

Day 13 Cairns

Today is free to explore Cairns.

Day 14 Great Barrier Reef

Enjoy an unforgettable cruise to Michaelmas Cay, a small sand island on the outer reef, surrounded by corals that hide tropical fish, giant clams and sea turtles.

Day 15 Kuranda

We board the Kuranda Scenic Railway for a journey through some of the world’s oldest rainforest.

Our return to Cairns is on the spectacular Kuranda Skyrail.

Day 16 Brisbane to Noosa

Fly to Brisbane and transfer to Noosa - the rest of the afternoon is at leisure.

Day 17 Fraser Island

Today we’ll visit Fraser Island, the world’s largest sand island with rainforests growing from the grains and freshwater lakes nestling between dunes.

Day 18 Noosa

Spend your free day relaxing on the beach or stroll to Noosa Heads for gorgeous views.

Day 19 - 20 Brisbane

We drive to Brisbane for a tour of this booming city, including a visit to Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary.

The following day is free for you to explore the city further.

Day 21 Pacific Coast to Coffs Harbour

Enjoy the scenery as we head south along the legendary Pacific Coast.

We stop on the Gold Coast and at Byron Bay, continuing to Coffs Harbour where the Great Dividing Range meets the South Pacific Ocean.

Day 22 Hunter Valley

Travel into New South Wales’ best-known wine region - Hunter Valley.

Spend this afternoon on a winery tour and tasting.

Day 23 - 25 Hunter Valley to Sydney

In Sydney, we’ll take a tour to see the city’s highlights and enjoy a seafood lunch on a harbour cruise.

You’ll also have two full days at leisure to enjoy the beaches and botanical gardens.

Day 26 Melbourne

After a flight to Melbourne, we take a tour of the city, including entrance to Cooks Cottage in Fitzroy Gardens.

You stay at Novotel Melbourne Central (4*) or Holiday Inn Melbourne on Flinders (4*)

Day 27 Dandenong Ranges to Yarra Valley

Enjoy a day in Victoria’s beautiful countryside, beginning with wine tastings in the Yarra Valley and continuing to the Dandenong Ranges for a trip on Puffing Billy steam train.

Day 28 Melbourne

Day at leisure to explore Melbourne; alternatively, join us for an optional excursion along the Great Ocean Road.

Day 29 Melbourne to UK

Enjoy a second free day in this exciting city before we transfer to the airport this evening for your return flight to the UK.

Day 30 UK

Upon arrival, your vehicle will be waiting for the journey home.

Grand Tour of Australia