On an escorted Australia tour, you can explore all that is Australia. The natural wonders, the friendly locals, the outstanding cuisine and a myriad of adventures. For over 25 years, we have been helping travelers plan the perfect Australia tour vacation. This website gives you a taste of what you can experience on an Australia tour. Choose from family tours, budget adventures, escorted group travel or independent vacations, but if you don't find exactly what you are looking for. We can also customize an Australia vacation package for you.
What can you expect on an escorted Australia tour? Beyond the "must see" cities you'll find extraordinary nature and adventure, unique Aussie culture and lifestyle, and some of the finest culinary experiences. Imagine mingling with the kangaroos and koalas on a wildlife farm, touring the famous Sydney Opera House, or watching the changing colors at mysterious Ayers Rock. Friendly smiles and wide-open spaces await you in Australia. In the land down under, breathtaking landscapes deliver the perfect backdrop for once-in-a-lifetime adventures, while bustling, cosmopolitan cities provide unforgettable, culture-rich experiences.
Because the region is so vast, it is usually more economical to travel on an escorted Australia tour or vacation package than planning everything separately. There are different types of Australia trips to choose from including small group tours with less than 25 people, hosted vacations, trips for families, leisure style where you spend several nights in each region with lots of free time, rail journeys and cruise tours. We invite you to browse our website, or call to speak to an Aussie travel specialist to help you narrow down your options for the perfect Australia experience.
Explore two great countries of the Southern Hemisphere -- Australia and New Zealand. From the tropical splendor of the Great Barrier Reef on Australia's northern coast, to the ethereal beauty of glacial fjords on New Zealand's South Island, this 16 d.. (click for more)
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See the dazzling kaleidoscope of colour on your Great Barrier Reef cruise through this underwater wonderland. Visit the award-winning Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park to learn about Australia's ancient culture. Board the famous Kuranda Railway as yo.. (click for more)
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Head into the outback to stand in awe at the striking color changes of Ayers Rock at twilight, or admire the mystical domes of the Olgas. Discover an underwater world teeming with colorful wildlife on the Great Barrier Reef and be amazed by this unique natural wonder. Venture south to the Great Ocean Road to see the majestic limestone pillars of the Twelve Apostles jutting out of the sea. Or take an excursion to witness the famous mighty parade of Little Penguins on Phillip Island.
You'll find Australia's cities are just as captivating. Sydney beckons with world-famous landmarks like the Opera House and Harbor Bridge as well as natural treasures like the beautiful harbor itself and magnificent surf beaches. Cuddle a koala, shop till you drop, dine in style or lose yourself in the city's art galleries, museums and theaters. Cosmopolitan Melbourne has a distinctive charm all of its own, with it multicultural cuisines, designer fashions, thriving arts community and rich colonial history.
What is the best time to take an Australia tour?
The season are opposite to ours so between December and February is summer in Australia. The winter there is from June through August but is usually mild. Lots of people like to avoid the heat and go in the Aussie winter. We like September, October and March for milder temperatures.