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"Visit the pristine and world-famous Whitehaven beach located in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef and is known mostly for its unspoiled and beautiful beaches full of rich marine life "
Welcome to Melbourne. A packed agenda of food, wine, sports and arts is your introduction to the best of Melbourne. From its creative exciting city centre, to its buzzing, neighbourhood hubs, it’s the gateway to Victoria’s world class wineries, natural springs, peninsulas, spectacular coastline and alpine villages. Discover more when your play Melbourne. On arrival you will be met and transferred to your hotel.
This morning’s tour is packed with city sights and historical landmarks. Take a seat and enjoy the bustle of Melbourne’s city as your Driver Guide keeps you posted on what to look out for along the way. First you’ll tour through Melbourne’s city centre. Next you can take a look at the imposing Parliament House followed by a stop at Queen Victoria Market (photo stop only). Next we will stop at the beautiful Fitzroy Gardens. You will be allowed some time to explore the gardens. Here you can visit the Conservatory for its incredible floral display, or the quaint Tudor Village. You also have the opportunity to visit the lovely little Cooks Cottage in the heart of Fitzroy Gardens, which was the original home of Captain James Cook’s parents. Take a wander into the cottage (own expense) and you’ll be transported back in time to the 1700s. Your last stop will be at the Shrine of Remembrance. It is one of the largest memorials in the country and is Melbourne’s most recognized landmark. Tour ends at Federation Square.
Proceed on own to Melbourne Cricket Ground. Explore the inner sanctum of the legendary MCG on a behind the scenes tour. Venture into the player changing rooms and step onto the arena itself. Highlights o f this must see tour include: The famous MCC Long Room, MCC Library( Founded in 1973) MCG tapestry, player change rooms, cricketers’ viewing room, Ron Casey media centre, portrait of Sir Donald Bradman and Sachin Tendulkar, a walk on the arena, Cricket Victoria Bill Lawry Centre, City Terrace with vies of the Melbourne Skyline. Meet the guide at the Melbourne Cricket Grounds for this tour that takes you behind the scenes for 1 hour and 15 minutes. Visit parts of the stadium that the general public doesn't get to see with a guide who is an MCC member.
Today’s tour is packed with great locations, incredible views and natural wonders. So, sit back and relax while your Driver Guide provides expert commentary on all the key landmarks along the way. The Great Ocean Road is an Australian National Heritage listed road stretching 243 kms along the Victorian coastline. It is one of the most beautiful drives in the world, with pristine beaches, picturesque seaside towns and the 12 Apostles. You will make plenty of scenic stops, including a photo opportunity at the Great Ocean Road Memorial Arch at Eastern View. At the foothills of the Otways lies the gorgeous seaside village of Apollo Bay. Here you can relax and treat yourself to lunch (own expense) at one of the many cafés and restaurants, or you can take a stroll along the picturesque beachfront. The rugged splendour of the approaching Twelve Apostles is just breathtaking. These incredible limestone rock formations up to 45 metres high are the result of erosion that began up to 20 million years ago. There are many walks around the location of the Twelve Apostles providing closer access to the shoreline. From the cliff top viewing area you can absorb the grandeur of this iconic site and take some photographs. Later, Visit the beautiful Loch Ard Gorge and learn of the ill-fated English ship ‘Loch Ard’ that ran aground on nearby Muttonbird Island in 1878. The survivors came ashore and found refuge at what is now known as Loch Ard Gorge, a striking example of the process of erosion. Later we will take a well earned break at the gorgeous little seaside village of Port Campbell. Treat yourself to afternoon tea at one of the cafés or bakeries (own expense). You can also enjoy a wander through the boutique stores and galleries – there’s plenty here to tempt you.
Transfer to Melbourne Airport for your flight to Brisbane / Gold Coast.
Welcome to Brisbane/ Gold Coast. Energetic, enthusiastic, electric, eclectic! These are just some of the words that sum up the social scene that Surfers Paradise was built on. Since the days of the original Surfers Paradise Hotel, Surfers has always been an entertainment playground famous for its world-class nightlife venues, international events and pumping atmosphere. On arrival you will be met and transferred to your hotel in Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast.
Full Day visit to Dream World with return transfers. Dreamworld is the largest theme park on the Gold Coast and is home to huge variety of rides created to thrill, stacks of family rides, live interactive shows and unique animal attractions, including the Australian Wildlife Experience and Tiger Island. An Australian first, the new DreamWorks Experience precinct let’s you explore the medieval town of Faire Faire Away, escape to the jungles of Madagascar Madness and visit Po’s Garden, with newly themed rides, shows and entertainment. A day out at Dreamworld is one you'll never forget!
Today in the morning you will be picked from your hotel and transferred to the Paradise Jet boat Marina for a 55 minutes jet-boat ride - Australia's most exciting Jet Boating ride. Experience the ultimate dose of extreme adrenaline packed adventure on your Surfers Paradise jet boat ride including extreme 360* spins, awesome wake surfing, high speed drifting and incredible "Beach Buzzing". It's more than just a thrill ride.... it's an adventure.
Later transfer to Sea World for day full of fun! Enter the wonderful world of Sea World and be not only delighted by the magical animals which call this place home but also the thrilling rides and entertaining shows. Sea World is the only place in Australia where you can get up close and personal with a myriad of sea and land animals. Sea World offers it's guests a wonderful experience which not only educates but also entertains them. Learn about our special ecosystems, watch dolphins play and maybe even kiss a seal! There's lots of restaurants, food stalls and refreshment stands as well as shops so you can score yourself a souvenir of your day at Sea World.
Stroll down the Main Street of Warner Bros. Movie World and you will discover why they call it Hollywood on the Gold Coast. Hop on board one of the major thrill rides, wander through the Looney Tunes Village and see the exciting stage shows. The range of eats at this park will suit everyone with restaurants galore and concession stands dotted around the park selling cool drinks, popcorn and delicious churros. Also around the park is a number of stores so you can pick up a lasting memory of your time at Movie World. The park is open 363 days of the year and gates opening at 9.30am until 5.30pm so you can get the most out of your visit.
Transfer to Brisbane Airport for your flight to Hamilton Island.
Arrive Hamilton Island and report at the Hotel desk located outside the airport. The staff will assist you with the transfer to your hotel.
Today make your way to the Island Marina to join the Cruise Whitsundays Great Barrier Reef Adventure. Snorkel with a huge array of tropical fish. See coral formations that don’t exist anywhere else on the planet. And discover all the beauty of this natural wonder, with this relaxed day trip that’s suitable for the whole family. Travelling by catamaran, you’ll spend most of the day at the Pontoon, located on beautiful Hardy Reef. Here, you can enjoy a whole range of activities - both above and below the water. Once you arrive at the pontoon, you’ll have the opportunity to snorkel or dive and explore all the coral and marine life this area has to offer. Even if you don’t want to get wet, you can still enjoy the reef by taking a tour on Reefworld’s semi-submarine, sit back in the large, 50-seat underwater viewing chamber or look down into the Groper viewing hole. High quality Mares diving and snorkelling gear is supplied, along with wetsuits/stinger suits, flotation noodles and jackets.
Today make your way to the Island Marina to join the morning or the afternoon cruise to the Whitehaven Beach. No visit to the Whitsundays would be complete without a visit to the pristine and world-famous Whitehaven Beach. Located in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, Whitehaven Beach is one of the world’s most unspoiled and beautiful beaches. Cruise to Whitehaven Beach in air-conditioned comfort, on board a Cruise Whitsundays ferry style catamaran. See for yourself what makes this beach such a pure and pristine natural wonder. Simply relax on the beach, take a swim, or get involved in some fun, family-friendly beach activities. If you’re feeling particularly energetic, you can take a walk to Solway Lookout, which offers some of the best views out over the islands.
** please advise the reception desk at the hotel for your transfer to the airport tomorrow
Report at the hotel lobby at least 15 minutes prior to the time confirmed for your transfer to the airport. Welcome to Sydney. From splendid Sydney Harbour, idyllic beaches and great national parks, to the marvellous creativity of the Sydney Opera House, dazzling entertainment and fascinating heritage, discover all the things to do and see throughout the year. On arrival you will be met and transferred to your hotel.
In the morning you will be picked up for the Sydney City Tour including Manly Beach. Your Driver Guide will provide expert commentary as you weave your way through the beautiful northern beach suburbs of Sydney. You’ll head out over the Sydney Harbour Bridge, one of the largest steel arch bridges in the world. Just a few kilometres from Sydney city on the lower North Shore is Milsons Point. One of Sydney’s more affluent suburbs, the streets are filled with beautiful homes, churches and schools, many built in the late 1800s. With its incredible views of the harbour and Opera House, and an abundance of leading restaurants, cafés and boutique shops, Milsons Point is a popular destination for both locals and visitors. From Milsons Point you’ll get a fantastic view of the iconic Sydney Opera House. This World Heritage listed building designed by Jørn Utzon is considered a masterpiece of modern architecture and a world class performing arts venue. Time to feel the sand between your toes! The exciting suburb of Manly is famous for its beaches that stretch from Queenscliff up to the North Steyne Beach to Manly Beach. With its relaxed, outdoor lifestyle, Manly is a great place to take some time wandering on the beaches and checking out the sights.
Tour ends at King Street Wharf.
Make your own way to Darling Harbour to utilize your 2 in 1 pass- Choice of any 2 – The Sydney Tower Eye, SEA Life Aquarium, Madame Tussauds OR Wildlife Sydney (10 minutes walk from King Street Wharf)
Today in the evening make your way to King Street Wharf 5 to check in for the Showboat Diner Cruise. Sydney Showboats is one of the most unique dining destinations on Sydney Harbour! An authentic paddle-wheeler with historic good looks, the Sydney Showboat exudes old-world charm and glamour unlike any other vessel plying Sydney Harbour. Its outer decks and wrap-around verandas serve as fantastic viewing galleries to take in all the dazzling harbour sights! The dining experience is a seamless blend of old and new that gives you a taste of the old world with all comforts and luxury of modernity to enhance your Sydney dinner cruise experience!
Note: (Showboat Dinner cruise does not operate on Sun & Tue)
Meals: Breakfast & Dinner
Today you will be picked up from your hotel for a Full day tour to the Blue Mountains. Enjoy a stop at Echo Point and see the famous three Sisters rock formation. Arrive at Scenic World and experience the Blue Mountains rides - Scenic Railway, Cableway or Skyway. These rides are a great way to see the steep valleys, canyons and Three Sisters rock formation. Arrive at Leura village for lunch. Next enjoy an afternoon encounter at Featherdale Wildlife Park and have your photo taken with a cuddly koala (own expense), see kangaroos, wombats, dingoes and little penguins. Travel back to Sydney. Tour concludes at approximately 6.30pm, at which time hotel drop offs will commence.
Meals: Breakfast & Lunch
Transfer to Airport.
3 STAR HOTELS
MELBOURNE- Travelodge Hotel Melbourne, Southbank
GOLD COAST- Mantra on View
HAMILTON ISLAND- Hamilton Island Reef View Hotel
SYDNEY- Travelodge Sydney
4 STAR HOTELS
MELBOURNE- Holiday Inn Melbourne On Flinders
GOLD COAST- Mantra Legends Hotel
HAMILTON ISLAND- Hamilton Island Reef View Hotel
SYDNEY- Holiday Inn Darling Sydney
5 STAR HOTELS
MELBOURNE- Sofitel Melbourne On Collins
BROADBEACH- Sofitel Gold Coast
HAMILTON ISLAND- QUALIA- Leeward Pavilion-Classic
SYDNEY- Intercontinental Sydney
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All dates are valid between 04'Jun 2019 to 24'Dec 2020
*Holidays or any other exceptional dates are mentioned in Terms & Conditions of the package
TARIFF RATES INCLUDE
All package rates above include accommodation with breakfast and transfers & sightseeing on seat in coach basis.
Rates for Australian product include 10% GST (Goods and Services Tax). Rates may increase without notice due to changes in, or imposition of government charges, taxes or levies.
Child rates apply to children aged 2-11 years. Infants are free of charge.
Full payment strictly to be paid in advance unless prior arrangements have been made.
Maximum of 2 amendments per booking permitted. Any amendment thereafter incurs a charge of INR 2500 per amendment.
Unless otherwise stated, once booking is confirmed, an amount of INR 2500 per person will be charged for any cancellation. 50% of contract rate will be charged if tour cancelled less than 7 days prior to arrival. If less than 3 days or in the event of no show, full contract rates will be charged. All other property specific policies are based on working day (Mon-Fri).
During surcharge and event dates suppliers may impose different cancellation conditions, which will override the above conditions.
Cancellations within 24 hours of arrival or no shows will incur a minimum 1 night cancellation fee. Some suppliers apply a specific cancellation policy, Details will be advised on the booking confirmation.
No refund will be given for any unused services.
Best Time To Visit :
The best times to visit Australia are September through November and from March to May.
Things To Buy :
Tim Tams, Opal Jewelry, Yarra Valley Wine, Boomerang – One of the most popular Australian gifts, Aboriginal artwork – One of the most beautiful Australia souvenirs!, Macadamia Nuts, Gold- & Silver Plated Eucalyptus Leaf Jewelry.
What to Do :
Australia is also a land of staggering contrasts and spectacular beauty. Along the coast, you can explore vibrant multicultural cities, vast sand islands, ancient rainforests, and one of the planet's most awe-inspiring natural wonders - the Great Barrier Reef. In the Outback, rugged national parks and red-earthed deserts offer the ultimate in adventure travel. Top it all off with a laid-back feel and friendly people, and it's no wonder Australia scores top billing on bucket lists around the world. Along with the Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of Australia's most famous tourist attractions. Affectionately called "the Coathanger," this impressive feat of construction is the largest steel arch bridge in the world.
The most famous attractions in the park are the towering sandstone rock formations called the Three Sisters. Other highlights include the Katoomba Scenic Railway, the world's steepest, which whisks passengers down the Jamison Valley through a cliff-side tunnel into an ancient rainforest, and the Skyway, Scenic Cableway, and Scenic Walkway, which all offer elevated views of the dense forests. Royal Botanic Gardens; Federation Square; the National Gallery of Victoria; and the Melbourne Cricket Ground, where sports fans can watch cricket in the summer and Australian Rules football in the winter. Shoppers flock to the elegant Royal Arcade on Bourke Street, as well as Chapel Street; the Melbourne Central Shopping Center; and the Queen Victoria Market, which has been selling fruits, vegetables, clothes, and crafts for more than a century. To the east, greater Melbourne extends into the beautiful Dandenong Ranges, and in the south to the Mornington Peninsula, where many locals escape for day trips and seaside getaways.A great way to soak up the sea views is to stroll along the scenic Bondi to Bronte coastal walk, which begins at the southern end of the beach and follows the coastline for six kilometers along sandstone cliffs.The park encompasses two main sections: Mossman Gorge, where crystal clear waters gush over granite boulders, and Cape Tribulation, one of the most beautiful places to visit in Australia, where rainforest meets reef along the white sandy beaches of the Coral Sea. Australia's southeast coast, from the surfing town of Torquay to the town of Allansford, near Warrnambool, in the state of Victoria. The top attraction along the road is Port Campbell National Park, with the wind and wave-sculpted rock formations known as the Twelve Apostles, London Bridge, the Arch, and Loch Ard Gorge. Australia's southeast coast, from the surfing town of Torquay to the town of Allansford, near Warrnambool, in the state of Victoria. The top attraction along the road is Port Campbell National Park, with the wind and wave-sculpted rock formations known as the Twelve Apostles, London Bridge, the Arch, and Loch Ard Gorge. Favorites include the Weindorfer Walk, a six-kilometer loop through dense forests, and Lake Dove Walk, with breathtaking vistas of Cradle Mountain (1,545 meters). Stand on the summit of Cradle Mountain, and you can soak up stunning views of the central highlands. Experienced hikers can also tackle the famous 80-kilometer Overland Track, which runs south from Cradle Valley to stunning Lake St. Clair, Australia's deepest lake. Keep an eye out for Tasmanian devils, wombats, wallabies, pademelons, and platypus among the many species of weird and wonderful wildlife.
Overall about Most of the people speak English only. Apart from English, Mandarin is the dominant language spoken in Australia
Roast lamb has been declared Australia's national dish in a major poll that shows we're still a country of meat eaters at heart.This classic Aussie chicken dish — with roots in Italian-American cooking — is a staple offering on pretty much every pub menu in the country. Originally eggplant based (and these are still available for vegetarians), it has evolved in to a chicken schnitzel topped with tomato sauce, melted cheese and, if you’re feeling fancy, prosciutto ham. This is typically served with salad and chips, although there’s a split between those who think the chips should be under the parmy and those who think they should be on the side.t’s no surprise that Aussies love to grill, and nothing is more important to a good barbie than a decent sausage — whether you’re at a mate’s place or at your local DIY store. Traditional Australian sausages are usually pork or beef, but if you’re feeling adventurous, there are other animals to sample. Wrap a slice of bread around your snag and top it off with some fried onions and your favourite sauce.t’s no surprise that Aussies love to grill, and nothing is more important to a good barbie than a decent sausage — whether you’re at a mate’s place or at your local DIY store. Traditional Australian sausages are usually pork or beef, but if you’re feeling adventurous, there are other animals to sample. Wrap a slice of bread around your snag and top it off with some fried onions and your favourite sauce.Widely recognised as the ‘National Cake of Australia’ after the National Trust of Queensland voted this sweet treat an Australian icon, named as it was after Lord Lamington, a former Governor of Queensland. Both Australia and New Zealand lay claim to inventing this famous dessert, created in honour of the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova’s visit to Australasia in the 1920s. As a truly Australian after-dinner sweet, the pavlova’s crispy meringue crust, light fruit filling and whipped cream topping ensure it’s a family hit. Forget about fish and chips, feast on fresh Australian barramundi, a name which means ‘large-scaled river fish’ in the Aboriginal language in the Rockhampton area. Grilled, fried or seared skin-side first, it’s a much healthier alternative to battered fish, and a true Aussie meal.
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