• There really is nothing like Australia!

    As the sixth largest country in the world & the smallest continent – there really is nothing like Australia! Made up of seven unique states & territories, each with their own individual character, Australia is a land of breathtaking contrasts, stunning landscapes, extraordinary experiences, ancient cultures & warm hospitality, creating a perfect destination for an unforgettable holiday.

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  • There really is nothing like Australia!

    As the sixth largest country in the world & the smallest continent – there really is nothing like Australia! Made up of seven unique states & territories, each with their own individual character, Australia is a land of breathtaking contrasts, stunning landscapes, extraordinary experiences, ancient cultures & warm hospitality, creating a perfect destination for an unforgettable holiday.

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  • There really is nothing like Australia!

    As the sixth largest country in the world & the smallest continent – there really is nothing like Australia! Made up of seven unique states & territories, each with their own individual character, Australia is a land of breathtaking contrasts, stunning landscapes, extraordinary experiences, ancient cultures & warm hospitality, creating a perfect destination for an unforgettable holiday.

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Australia Holidays


Suggested Itineraries for holidays in Australia.

Below is a sample of our most popular itineraries – please call us to
discuss other options available.

Sydney Harbour

2 Week City, Rock & Reef: from £1,079

A perfect combination for first time visitors this two week itinerary takes in three of Australia’s most iconic attractions; Sydney Harbour, Uluru (Ayres Rock) and The Great Barrier Reef...
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Brisbane Skyline

2 Week Brisbane & Sand Islands: from £1,746

This two week itinerary allows you to explore Brisbane and some of the beautiful islands located close by. From Moreton Island to the lesser known sand island of Stradbroke and the more well know Fraser...
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Glenelg Seaside Resort

2 Week Coastal Drive & Wildlife: from £1,538

This two week self-drive itinerary takes you from the cosmopolitan city of Melbourne along the Great Ocean Road to Kangaroo Island before finishing just south of Adelaide in the beach side suburb of Glenelg...
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Quicksilver ship on the reef

15 Day Australia Discovery: from £1,409

This is a perfect itinerary whether its your first time visiting Australia or you are simply wanting a relaxing twin centre holiday.

We have carefully put together the best that both Sydney and the Tropical Northern Queensland have to offer...
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Australia - Three Sisters

6 Day Mountains, Wine & Beach Self-Drive: from £621 Per Person (twin share)

Experience the world heritage listed wonders of the Blue Mountains before heading out to explore the Hunter Valley & Port Stephens on this 6 day self drive itinerary (including 5 nights accommodation & car hire).
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Australia - Melbourne

5 Day Great Ocean Road Loop Self-Drive: from £499 Per Person (twin share)

Enjoy spectacular scenery along the Great Ocean Road & visit the Twelve Apostles on this relaxing self-drive tour, including 4 nights boutique accommodation, car hire (unlimited km’s, all inclusive basis) & breakfast daily.
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Australia - Noosa National Park

5 Day Sunshine Coast & Fraser Island Self-drive: from £483 Per Person (twin Share)

Experience the typically laid back lifestyle of Australia visiting pristine beaches, freshwater rivers, lakes & sub-tropical forests. Visit the popular holiday destinations of Noosa, Hervey Bay & Fraser Island including 4 nights 4 star accommodation & car hire.
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Adelaide to Barossa Valley

4 Day Wine Lovers Paradise Self-Drive: from £312

Some 750 grape growing families in the Barossa Valley supply nearly 170 wine companies making the Barossa Valley one of the world’s great wine regions.  A wide diversity of growing conditions and soil types ensure that there is sure to be a wine to suit every pallet! Make time to stop at the famous Jacobs Creek visitor centre for a tour. We then head over to the Clare Valley which along with its wines can also offer a rich variety of history and heritage...
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Indian Pacific Locomotive

Western Australia - Western Australia & Beyond 11 Day/10 Night Self-Drive: from £2,205

Western Australia offers an incredibly long coastline, a diverse range of attractions, unique scenery & early gold rush history. From the vineyards of Margaret River and the spring wildflower displays to the vast clear skies and theatrical landscapes of the outback, this itinerary gives you a...
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Perth,  Geraldton

7 Day Dolphins, Desert & Beach Self-Drive: from £935

Western Australia offers an incredibly long coastline, a diverse range of attractions, unique scenery & even has its own coral reef! This self-drive itinerary takes you north form Perth and offers opportunity’s to explore the unique Pinnacles desert, swim with dolphins at Monkey Mia and experience the heritage listed Ningaloo coral reef. There may even be an opportunity to swim with magnificent Whale Sharks (April – July)...
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Hobart

10 Day Best of Tasmania Self-Drive: from £1,085

Explore the untouched wilderness of Tasmania from the picturesque Freycinet Peninsula to the World Heritage listed site at Cradle Mountain. Lose your breath at Wineglass Bay and head to the World Heritage-listed wilderness that makes up 20 per cent of the island. As well as rugged and ancient natural beauty, Tasmania has a thriving creative culture, a rich history of convicts, piners, miners and whalers and fabulous food and wine. The best time to visit Tasmania is between October and April, when the weather is at its best...
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Discover Lady Elliot Island

Discover Lady Elliot Island, 5 nights: from £709

This 3 night package is the perfect add on to any stay on the East Coast of Australia, and just a wonderful way to start or end a holiday. Whether you have been visiting friends and family or simply wanting to end your holiday of a lifetime with a bit of relaxation and chance to unwind. Lady Elliot Island is the perfect compliment...
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Heron Island

Great Barrier Reef Heron Island,
4 nights: from £375

Enjoy a relaxing few days on this spectacular Great Barrier Reef Island. The resort has something for everyone! Enjoy snorkelling straight from the beach or explore 20 dive sights just minuets form the island. The natural coral cay is fantastic for nature and you can enjoy bird watching and at certain times of the year...
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Prices are per person & are subject to change due to time of year travelling and current exchange rate.

We’ve been providing travellers with tailor-made holidays to Australia for the past 20 years, offering an unrivalled range of accommodation, transport and sightseeing options. Each of our team have worked, lived or travelled extensively across the country, so we know just about everything there is to know when it comes to planning great Australia holidays.

We know the best places to visit in Australia, whether you’re looking for a quiet retreat to relax and enjoy the breathtaking scenery, a world of adventure and exploration around Australia’s rugged outback, or an exciting tour of the country’s vibrant metropolitan cities.

Whether you’ve been thinking about your Australia holiday for months and know where you want to go or if all you know is that you want to see and experience the ‘best bits’, our experts can create tailor-made package holidays to Australia just for you, with excursions, tours and activities included.

There are so many reasons to visit this wonderfully diverse and beautiful country. A land of striking contrasts – from rolling deserts, hills and ancient rock formations to vibrant, bustling cities, stunning coral reef strewn coastlines to jagged mountain ranges, Australia really does have something for everyone.

The world’s largest island, sixth largest country and smallest continent all rolled into one, most of the country’s cities can be found scattered along its beautiful coastline, with more than 80% of Australia’s population living within 100km of the sea.

Cities
A vibrant mix of famous harbours, exclusive restaurants, museums and bars, world-class wineries and fun-filled festivals make up the heart of many of Australia’s coast-hugging cities.

Sydney
At the heart of Sydney, the country’s oldest city, lies what’s often hailed as the world’s most beautiful natural harbour. Sydney is a lively and bustling sun-kissed city adorned with beaches, boutiques and bars, with plenty to see and do, from taking in the spectacular sights of the Opera House aboard a chartered yacht to climbing the span of the Harbour Bridge or wander the city’s maze of sandstone lanes to find Sydney’s oldest and most characteristic pubs and restaurants.

Melbourne
The capital of Victoria, Melbourne, is sophisticated and slick, edgy and rough, and bursting at the seams with art, music, fashion and culture. Its maze of tiny alleyways hidden behind the main streets are home to a plethora of one-off boutiques, art galleries and a whole range of multicultural dining delights from European-inspired cafes to authentic Asian cuisine.

Enjoy world-class wineries of the Yarra Valley, and head south to drive along one of Australia’s most spectacular and breathtaking roads, The Great Ocean Road.

Adelaide
Small and elegant, and enveloped in a world of lush parklands and glorious gardens, Adelaide enjoys a Mediterranean climate and a relaxed and indulgent atmosphere. Commonly known as ‘Australia’s Festival City’, it plays host to year-round festivities from outdoor theatre, dance, comedy, art, music and much more.

Swim with dolphins at Port Adelaide or enjoy the pristine beaches and unique wildlife that can be found on Kangaroo Island.

Perth
The relaxed lifestyle of Australia’s westernmost and most isolated capital city can be enjoyed a multitude of ways. You can cruise the Swan River past parks and skyscrapers on the way to over 40 vineyards in the Swan Valley, or enjoy the markets, restaurants and cafes along the historic port city of Fremantle, which lies just south of Perth.

These are just a selection of the lively cities that Australia has to offer; of course we can create a tailor-made package holiday to visit as many of them as you wish!

Coast
Boasting over 50,000km of beautiful and varied coastline, with long winding roads, idyllic islands, pristine beaches and a world of spectacular coral reefs, you’ll be spoilt for choice on what to explore along Australia’s glorious coast, including of course snorkelling the beautiful Great Barrier Reef.

The home of iconic surf labels such as Quicksilver, Rip Curl and Billabong, Australia’s surf culture is well and truly engrained within its beating heart, and you can enjoy swells of up to 20 feet on the coasts of New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland. Lots of companies teach newcomers to try their hand, so don’t be shy to give it a go.

Outback
Experience Australia’s remote and never-ending outback, marvel at the vast dramatic landscapes littered with breathtaking rock formations, rugged mountain ranges, spectacular gorges, hot springs and thunderous waterfalls. No visit to Australia is complete without sampling the awe-inspiring and breathtaking landscapes of its outback.

Capital City: Canberra

Population: 22,000,000

Flight time from UK: 17-22 hours

Time difference to UK: between +8 and +10 hours GMT

Stopovers: Dubai, Hong Kong, Singapore, Bangkok, Los Angeles, San Fransisco

Currency: Australian Dollar

Climate: Australia’s summer is from November to March, with winter spanning from June to September.

There are various ways you can contact us to discuss, plan and book your ultimate Australia holiday, our friendly and expert team are always on hand via email, in the live chat box on our website, or on the telephone.

Download our latest brochure to find more information about our most popular itineraries and package holidays to Australia.

Chat live to one of our specialists on our website, send us an email with your holiday requirements or quote requests, or give us a call to discuss how we can help you create your perfect visit to our beautiful country.

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USEFUL INFORMATION

Time Difference
+7 to +11 hours,
with three time zones
Travel Time
21 hours (to Sydney)
Currency
Australia Dollar
Visa Requirements
UK passport holders require an Electronic Travel Authority (ETA) to enter Australia, which we will arrange for you
Weather
Northern Climate


Southern Climate

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