Australia

Soulmate Special Australian Holiday

Skirted by the Great Barrier Reef, the swathes of the sequestered rainforests on the idyllic islands adorned with silver sand, gushing waterfalls and multi-hued marine life in striking blue waters of the North. The howling wilderness of the rugged and arid Western Australia. The incredible wildlife found on the Kangaroo Island, craggy gorges of the Flinders Ranges with its aboriginal past in the South. Captivating mélange of canyons, cascades, and cliffs of the Blue mountains in New South Wales. Or the urban landscape of citified sensibilities manifested in the art galleries, museums or eateries in its world-renowned metropolises – Australia is a traveller’s dream with a topography so diverse and an identity so distinct.

Cairns and Northern Beaches: The gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and the capital of Queensland – Cairns sits between Wet Tropics Rainforest and the marine playground of the Reef. For the Great Barrier adventure, hop on a boat which leaves Cairns daily for the Reef. The city has evolved from a sleepy port town to a thriving urban centre. Spend an evening at the Tanks Art Centre with a gamut of entertainment options, visit the local boutiques for interesting finds or check out the trendy bars for a sip into the fresh, cold brew of the day. The beach bums can head to Northern Beaches just 15 minutes from Cairns.

Daintree Rainforest: It is wilderness at its best. With a limited network expect a digital detox and that long-wished-for disconnect. The perfect intermingling of rainforest and reef – Daintree is among the most complex ecosystems on the planet. The lush carpet in the dark of green is spread across 1,200 sq km between Bloomfield river and Mossman gorge. Considered to be about 180 million years old it is estimated to be older than the Amazon forest. Travel back in time with its jagged, raw appeal as you pass by the boardwalks, paddleboard along the Mossman river or swim in the waters of Emmagen Creek.

Cooktown and Cape York: Located about 330 km north of Cairns, Cooktown the capital of Cape York holds a historical significance in the Australian history – the place being the site of the first interaction between the aborigines and Captain James Cook after whom the coastal town was named. The very tip of Australia - Cape York is the haven for all the self-drive enthusiasts. Hire a 4WD and edge through the rugged terrain. Peppered with national parks, the ever-changing landscape will knock you off your feet. Cool off under the Twin Falls at the Jardine National Park while the bird lovers can catch some interesting species at Lakefield National Park. The wilderness frontiers and the earliest drylands The ancient sandstone formations grazing the skies, the striking vast wastelands and deserts which cover 18 percent of the mainland land. The original abode of the indigenous tribes of Australia these sites are the keepers of the whispers of its Aboriginal past and the pre-colonial glory of the country.

Uluru: It is where the magic happens. Get prepared to be left awestruck by the rare phenomenon of the famous rock changing its colours at the scant rays of the sun. The spectacular rock formation called Uluru or Ayers Rock is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and holds the past secrets of the Aboriginal people and is sacred to them. Reach the Red Centre – the arresting dry landscape marked by ancient caves, craggy gorges, grazing ridges, waterholes, springs, and home to Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Park. Relax under the vast stretch of the night sky with the sound of didgeridoo filling up the air.

Great Victoria Desert: The largest desert in Australia, it falls in Western Australia and stretches till the south of the country. Dappled by sandhills, pebbled terrain and salt lakes, the area occupies around 3,48,750 sq km of land. The desert is home to some of the indigenous groups such as the Kogara and Pitjantjatjara but most of it remains uninhabited and comes under protected areas such as the Mamungari Conservation Park. The desert also inhabits some of the stunning wildlife like the crest-tailed mulgara, monitor lizards, dingos or skinks.

The Kimberley: The northernmost part of Western Australia, Kimberley is swathed in semi-arid savanna, jagged ranges, stunning gorges, steep ridges and a secluded shoreline. The barren beauty of the land is something to behold punctuated by outback stations, striking canyons, lofty limestone cliffs, freshwater pools with a smattering of crocodiles. Hit the road in a 4WD and set for the adventurous jaunt traversing through the Gibb River Road catching a glimpse of Windjana National Park on the route. As you get closer to the southern end of Kimberely the land gets flatter and drier.

Itinerary

  • Day 1

    Melbourne

    One-way shared transfer service from Melbourne International Airport to Melbourne City centre Hotel . The travel time to the hotel would be between 30 - 60 minutes, depending on the location of your hotel. The pick-up time from your Airoprt for this transfer will depend on the arrival timings of your booked flight, and shall be communicated to you by the local vendor.

  • Day 2

    Phillip Island - Penguins with General Viewing

    Every evening at dusk the Little Penguins come home from the sea at Phillip Island. Watch from an elevated boardwalk as they waddle cautiously from the beach to their burrows after a long day out at sea. Phillip Island is a treasure trove of Australian wildlife; seals, koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, birdlife and penguins! At Koala Conservation Centre, look for koalas in their natural habitat and before sunset, we head to the Penguin Parade where you can wander through the "Penguin Experience" exhibit to learn more about them. Walk out to Summerland Beach and take your seat for the Penguin Parade. Tour concludes at approximately 09.00pm-11.30pm (dependant on season).

  • Day 3

    Great Ocean Road Adventure

    A Premium Gray Line coach will pick you up from your hotel for transfer to Federation Square East (corner of Flinders and Russell Street), the departure point of your tour. At 8.00am join your coach to commence a full day Great Ocean Road tour. The Great Ocean Road is one of the world's great drives, a dramatic, powerful, dangerous and majestic coastline, also known as the Shipwreck Coast. Your day on the Great Ocean Road extends from Geelong through Anglesea, Lorne and Apollo Bay. After a stop for lunch (own expense) continue on through the Otway National Park to the rugged beauty of the Twelve Apostle National Park and the Twelve Apostles themselves. Also view Loch Ard Gorge and Port Campbell - this beautiful rugged coastline has been shaped by the wild Southern Ocean. Tour concludes at approximately 8pm, at which time hotel drop offs will commence.

  • Day 4

    Gold Coast

    One-way private transfer service from Melbourne City centre Hotel to Melbourne (Int/Dom)Airport . The travel time to the hotel would be between 30 - 60 minutes, depending on the location of your hotel. The pick-up time from your hotel for this transfer will depend on the departure timings of your booked flight, and shall be communicated to you by the local vendor.

  • Day 5

    Movie World Admission with return transfer - Gold Coast

    Visit Warner Bros. Movie World on Australia's Gold Coast - where movie magic happens everyday! As the only Australian movie related theme park, you will experience a fun-filled, Gold Coast theme park family adventure with all the glitz and glamour of Hollywood. Meet your favourite stars and enjoy all the behind the scenes action, comedy stunts and exhilarating rides, shows and attractions! Batwing Spaceshot, Superman Escape, Shrek 4D Adventure, Matrix Revealed, Scooby-Doo Spooky Coaster, Lethal Weapon - The Ride, Wild West Falls Adventure Ride, Batman Adventure, Road Runner Rollercoaster, Looney Tunes Village, Star Parade.

  • Day 6

    Sea World Admission with return transfer - Gold Coast

    Make contact with marine life wonders and experience a whole world of amazing rides, shows and attractions at Sea World. Mine Attractions: Shark Bay, Polar Bear Shores, Penguin Point, Ray Reef, Dolphin Nursery Pool, Rescue Point Lighthouse, Seabird Rehabilitation Aviary, Sea World Animal Adventures, Castaway Bay, Sky Climb, Jet Rescue, Sea Viper coaster, Sesame Beach Street (Sesame Street Beach includes newly themed rides such as Bert and Ernie's Big Dive; Oscar's Sweep the Beach; Elmo's Sea Subs; Big Bird Bounce; Zoe's Sub Splash; and The Cookie Monster Cup Carousel), Sky High Skyway, Sea World Mono Rail, Vikings Revenge Flume Ride, Vikings Revenge Flume Ride, Bermuda Triangle, Sea World Resort Water Park!

  • Day 7

    Cairns

    One-way shared transfer service from Cairns Airport to Cairns City centre Hotel . The travel time to the hotel would be between 30 - 60 minutes, depending on the location of your hotel. The pick-up time from your Airoprt for this transfer will depend on the arrival timings of your booked flight, and shall be communicated to you by the local vendor.

  • Day 8

    Cairns

    Big Cat Cruise - Green Island Full Day

  • Day 9

    Cairns

    Spend time at Leisure or add an activity to your day

  • Day 10

    Sydney

    One-way private transfer service from Cairns City centre Hotel to Cairns Airport . The travel time to the hotel would be between 30 - 60 minutes, depending on the location of your hotel. The pick-up time from your hotel for this transfer will depend on the departure timings of your booked flight, and shall be communicated to you by the local vendor.

  • Day 11

    Special Sydney Harbour Discovery Cruise including Photoshoot in Sydney

    This is the ultimate Sydney harbour sightseeing cruise to discover and experience Sydney Harbour and its secluded beaches. The 2-hour cruise provides full commentary as well as a freshly prepared morning tea. A Photoshoot in Sydney with 12 edited images in Pen Drive



    Morning City, Harbour & Bondi Beach Tour with Rocks Walking Tour

    A brief walking tour of the Historic Rocks area - the birthplace of Sydney. Stop at Mrs Macquarie's Chair great photo opportunit y of the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House! See the famous Sydney Opera House, St. Mary's Cathedral, Royal Botanic Gardens, Parliament House, Sydney Tower and exciting Darling Harbour. Lively Kings Cross and the affluent homes in the Eastern Suburbs. A visit to famous Bondi Beach is also included.

  • Day 12

    Blue Mountains with Wildlife Experience and Cruise

    Travel Over the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb into the mountains via the sleepy hamlets of Blaxland, Leura, Wentworth Falls and Lawson. Visit Scenic World where you will have the opportunity and plenty of time to enjoy the rides (tour option) You can ride the steepest incline Railway in the world down to a lush and hidden valley below. Or gently ascend on the Cableway taking in panoramic views and ride on the Skyway which glides between cliff tops 270 metres above ancient ravines and the rainforest canopynWalk on the valley floor boardwalk under a canopy of tall tree ferns Discover the shops in the quaint mountain village of Leura - free time to wander the streetsnEmbark on a unique local experience at Featherdale Wildlife Park which has the world's largest collection of over 1,700 Australian native birds and mammals in a lush bushland environment "Walk through Koala Sanctuary" - plenty of photo opportunities with these furry favourites Capture an 'all important Roo selfie' in one of the walk-in enclosures whilst handfeeding Kangaroos, Wallabies and Pademelons! Observe numerous other 'Aussie' favourites such as Wombats, Tasmanian Devils, Echidnas, Emus, Penguins, Crocodiles and Dingos! Finish the day with a relaxing cruise down the Parramatta River and Sydney Harbour, enjoying the sunset with a glass of bubbly, wine, beer or juice with our compliments!

  • Day 13

    Canberra

    Limousine One-way transfer service from Canberra International Airport to Canberra City centre Hotel on private basis. The travel time to the hotel would be between 30 - 60 minutes, depending on the location of your hotel. The pick-up time from the Airport for this transfer will depend on the departure timings of your booked flight, and shall be communicated to you by the local vendor.

  • Day 14

    3 in Fun Ticket Canberra

    On your next visit to Canberra, open the doors to Canberra's three top attractions with one great ticket! With a 3 in Fun ticket, you can explore the wonderful world of science at Questacon - the National Science and Technology Centre. Then, step into a world of all things miniature as you travel around the world at Cockington Green Gardens. Finally, discover the champion within at the Australian Institute of Sport with an athlete-guided tour. And, because once is never enough, you'll receive a return visit to the attraction of your choice.

  • Day 15

    Daily Sightseeing Cruise - Canberra

    The informative and experienced crew provide a guided commentary of all the monuments, museums and attractions of Canberra. It's the perfect way to see the sight s of the nation's capital. The MV Southern Cross features a fully enclosed, air conditioned lower deck with an upper deck and outer decks also available to enjoy the wonderful fresh air of Canberra.

  • Day 16

    Canberra

    Limousine One-way transfer service from Canberra City centre Hotel to Canberra International Airport on private basis. The travel time to the Airport would be between 30 - 60 minutes, depending on the location of your hotel. The pick-up time from the hotel for this transfer will depend on the departure timings of your booked flight, and shall be communicated to you by the local vendor. A flight back to home.