Uncover a wealth of experiences in the land Down Under while you travel in pristine rainforests and protected paradise islands. Also explore vibrant cultural hubs Sydney and Melbourne, and the millennia-old center of Aboriginal Australia – Uluru. With luxury accommodation, gourmet dining experiences, exclusive access, and our best guides available for you, this is Australia at its finest!
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Sydney is home to some of Australia’s most iconic landmarks – Fireworks over Harbour Bridge to ring in the New Year, the Opera House, the Darling Harbour, and Bondi Beach.
Personalized Sydney City Tour Discover the best of Sydney on this private guided tour. After a hearty breakfast, drive through the historic Rocks precinct and learn about the origins of this great city. Explore old cottages and pubs, as well as Australia’s very first church, which were all built by convicts ages ago. Drive past Macquarie Street, named after the fifth Governor of New South Wales, Lachlan Macquarie, before reaching the Botanical Gardens in the heart of the city. Visit the country’s first Parliament House, the mint, the Hyde Park Barracks, and St Mary’s Cathedral. Stop at Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair on the waterfront area and take a walking tour around the scenic harbor with its great views of the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House. Make a pit stop for lunch at the posh Cruising Yacht Club of Australia and afterward, drive through the tony neighborhood of Darling Point. You’ll pass by scenic bays before reaching the famous Bondi Beach, where you can enjoy ice creams and stroll down the esplanade as locals do. Return to the city past Oxford Street and Paddington, admiring the charming Georgian and Victorian architecture of the neighborhoods. (Duration: Half Day; Private Activity & Transfers; Fitness Level: Easy; Lunch & refreshments included; Note: Please wear comfortable walking shoes).
With its distinct blue-gray shade, the Blue Mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage site near Sydney, draws trekkers and nature lovers from all over the world.
Personalized Tour of the Waterfalls Galore at the Blue Mountains Forget about catching cascading waters from lookouts and experience the real thing on this tour of the Blue Mountains through the Valley of Waterfalls! Hike your way down a pristine rainforest gorge to reach a valley threaded with mountain streams that swirl and plunge, before emerging as breathtaking waterfalls. Skip across silver rivulets, discover hidden grottos, and explore swimming holes. Admire the stunning Empress Falls that descends 30 meters down over several large steps as the water makes its way to the Jamison Valley. Enjoy a picnic lunch at the base of a waterfall, surrounded by the sound of gushing water and refreshed by the untouched natural beauty all around. Follow your hike with a tour of nearby Blue Mountains attractions like the Three Sisters, Katoomba, and Leura points. (Duration: 8 hrs; Private Activity & Transfers; Lunch & Refreshments Included; Fitness Level: Customizable)
Lord Howe Island is a slice of tropical paradise set in the Tasman Sea, midway between Australia and New Zealand. Somewhat off the beaten path, this UNESCO World Heritage site was formed by volcanic activity millions of years ago.
A millennia-old monolith, Ayers Rock rises dramatically from the flat desert landscape and forms the heartland of Aboriginal Australia or the ‘Red Centre’.
Group Tour: Hues of Uluṟu at Longitude 131 Indulge in the Red Center Experience at the exclusive Longitude 131, nestled within the spiritual heart of Australia. Begin your first day with a welcome drink before you settle in the wilderness glamping accommodations with their inviting aboriginal dot paintings. Late afternoon, head into the Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park, on a scenic drive to reach Ayers Rock. Listen to creation stories and understand the significance of this ancient rock as you browse aboriginal artifacts at the cultural center. Next, head to the twilight viewing area, where sipping on a glass of bubbly, you can witness a magnificent sunset and marvel at the landscape. Admire the Field of Light – a stunning solar-powered light installation by renowned artist Bruce Munro. See thousands of stems topped with frosted glass spheres illuminating the desert landscape against Uluru’s silhouette. Later, gather at the atmospheric outdoor dining area called Table 131, amid nocturnal outback sounds. Savor a sumptuous spread of Australian specialties under the stars, while native performers entertain with song and dance. Before retiring for the night, learn about the southern constellations, as the resident astronomer shares secrets of the skies! During the first half of day two, get up close with Kata Tjuṯa’s sacred red domes, which offer a beautiful backdrop for your excursion. Accompanied by an aboriginal guide, get an insight into its natural history and local legends, as you journey through Walpa Gorge. In the afternoon, arrive at the base of Uluṟu for a leisurely Mala Walk, and learn about the history and lifestyle of these Aṉangu ancestors. Continuing further along the Kantju Gorge, visit ancient kitchen caves adorned with rock art, where the Mala people prepared their meals. As evening falls, soak in the sunset along with drinks and canapes, while Uluṟu displays its glorious colors. Back at camp, enjoy a Dune House dinner that features a seasonal menu of desert-inspired dishes including foraged herbs and bush ingredients, all complemented by Australian wines. On the last day, immerse yourselves further into Aṉangu living culture, as you visit the sacred site of Mutitjulu waterhole. Listen to Tjukurpa – a local creation of dreaming stories and mythological incidents that are believed to have shaped Uluṟu’s landscape. Past a section of bush fruits and vegetables, and river red gum trees, embrace the spiritual atmosphere of this dramatic landmark. Returning to camp, have breakfast, and recount memories here as you bid farewell. (Duration: 3 Days/2 Nights; Shared Activity; Fitness level: Moderate; Please note the hotel activities are included in the room rate and are subject to weather and seasons.)
Bamurru is the perfect place to lose yourself in a beautiful wilderness that is part of the bio-diverse Top End region. It promises you the ultimate bush experience with sprawling floodplains and wetlands.
Lizard Island is part of a group of islands about an hour north of Cooktown, on the majestic Great Barrier Reef. Much of the island forms Lizard Island National Park, which gets its name from the giant monitor lizards that call it home.
A paradise for nature lovers, Cairns is the gateway to one of our planet’s most precious natural resources, one that is even visible from outer space, the Great Barrier Reef!
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