Sydney, The Outback and Melbourne
from £8,500 per person
Day 1 - 3 - London - Singapore - Sydney
The first day in Sydney have the option of a private guide or go it alone if you’d rather. The city is packed full of fun an interesting activities and sites – local galleries with Aboriginal and contemporary Australian art, the iconic Sydney Opera House, climbing the Sydney Harbour or a boat trip around the harbour from Circular Quay. Or leave the city to the wonderful Blue Mountains for some beautiful bush country where you can hike and mountain bike.
Day 4 - 5 - Sydney - Barossa Valley
In the afternoon, fly to Adelaide where you can self drive (or have a private driver) to Barossa Valley. This is one of Australia’s most famous wine growing regions – known for its big red wines, especially Shiraz. If there is an interest in food and wine, this will tick all the boxes. Spend two nights at a boutique lodge right in the middle of the vineyards.
Day 6 - 8 - Barossa Valley - Flinders Ranges
The Flinders Ranges are beautiful and offer some very accessible Outback country. Explore the area with expert guides – take bush walks or go on a driving safari. If you’re interested, you can join a conservation project by going on an evening walk tracking and monitoring feral cats. Otherwise take a scenic flight over the Flinders Ranges, and then finish off the day with cocktails at sunset.
Day 9 - 11 - Flinders Ranges - Kangaroo Island
Fly to Kangaroo Island where you will spend three nights. Known for its diverse wildlife, you can expect to see koalas, sea-lions, fur seals, fairy penguins, possibly echidnas and a variety of kangaroos and wallabies.
Day 12 - 14 - Kangaroo Island - Melbourne - Mornington Peninsula
Enjoy the bustling city of Melbourne with a guided tour and recommendations for meals. Just outside of Melbourne reach Mornington Peninsula and enjoy a day or so of R&R.
Day 15 - Melbourne - Singapore - London
Transfer to Melbourne Airport and make the return journey to London, via Singapore. Or why not add one an extra few days and take in Tasmania?
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