Explore Sydney Harbour and The Rocks, take a scenic drive along Great Ocean Road, fly to Tasmania and discover Wineglass Bay and Freycinet and cruise to Kangaroo Island from Adelaide.
Sydney Sightseeing Tour, explore the Rocks area and visit Bondi Beach.
Great Ocean Road Tour, explore the limestone stacks of the 12 Apostles from Melbourne.
From Hobart, Tasmania: Explore Freycinet National Park, see the spectacular Wineglass Bay and enjoy some fresh oysters at marine Farm.
From Adelaide: Kangaroo Island Full Day Experience by Ferry Including Lunch, see sea lions at Seal Bay Conservation Park, look at koalas relaxing in the eucalyptus trees at Hanson Bay Wildlife Sanctuary.
Accommodation: 4/5 stars design Hotels (8 nights).
Meals: 1 lunch.
Transfers: airport transfers on the tour.
Day 1-3 Sydney
Arrival at any time. On Day 2 enjoy a sightseeing tour in Sydney, explore the Rocks area, see the top sights of Sydney on a coach tour, visit Bondi Beach, Australia's most famous surfing destination and enjoy superb views of the Pacific Ocean from The Gap. Additionally add Sydney bridge climb or relaxing sunset cruise with a barbecue dinner.
Hotel: Hyatt Hotel Sydney or similar.
Day 3-5 Melbourne
Flight to Melbourne. On the next day enjoy a road trip along the world famous Great Ocean Road, explore the limestone stacks of the 12 Apostles, get ready for guaranteed koala sightings at Kennett River and Take an enchanting rainforest walk in the Great Otway National Park.
Hotel: Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens Melbourne
Day 5-7 Hobart
Flight to Hobart. On the next day explore Freycinet National Park, walk to the spectacular Wineglass Bay Lookout, visit Honeymoon Bay and Sleepy Bay and enjoy some fresh oysters at Freycinet Marine Farm.
Day 7-9 Adelaide
Flight to Adelaide. On the next day travel by return ferry and comfortable coach to Kangaroo Island, see a colony of rare sea lions at Seal Bay Conservation Park, enjoy a delicious 2-course lunch in a beautiful Australian bush setting, look at koalas relaxing in the eucalyptus trees at Hanson Bay Wildlife Sanctuary.