Having its name consistently in the top list of the best places of the world to live, Australia boasts of incredibly beautiful cities that carry a class and elegance true to its reputation. It’s known as a major backpacking, camping, road trip, and diving destination, but no matter what your travel style is, there is always something to draw you here. The country is filled with exceptional natural beauty - from Uluru to the Outback, rainforests to pristine white sand beaches, and not to forget, the Great Barrier Reef.
We help you create a unique and unforgettable Australian travel experience with our fresh and detailed itinerary. We have crafted the itinerary in such a way that you have more leisure time, travel comfortably and also enjoy fabulous dining. All you need to do is allow yourself to be carried away by the grandeur of Australia and its people.
On your day of arrival in Brisbane, we let you relax and discover the glamorous Gold coast at your own pace. On day 2, visit the Sea world. Australia has its fair share of amusement parks and attractions. These aren't ordinary amusements parks; they have got a bit of “twist” to them. Sea World features amazing aquatic animals, fun rides and family-friendly shows. Enter the frozen tundra of the Penguin Encounter, see predators up close in Shark Bay and meet more tranquil critters in the dolphin nursery, snorkel and touch pools. Spend a relaxing afternoon sipping and swirling Australia’s finest wines while enjoying beach views or stroll by the city streets and learn the culture of the beautiful city.
Next on chart is the famous city of Sydney which is almost a synonym to beaches. Sydney is also famous for world-class surfing. Since it is warm and sunny most of the year, the city has a strong beach culture, and on weekends, locals flock to the seashore. From Palm Beach and Manly in the north to the famous Bondi and Coogee in the south, Sydney has a beach for everyone. You can't get any more Australian than by learning to surf at Bondi, Sydney’s iconic beach. You can also go kayaking in Middle harbour.
Climbing one of the most famous bridges in the world over one of the world’s most stunning harbours is a once in a lifetime experience. Choose dawn, dusk or night climb and the Harbour bridge is sure to gift you with breathtaking views. You will find Australia’s first vegetable garden and a treasure trove of trees, ferns, flowers, and gardens at the Royal Botanic Gardens. You can also see Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair, a seat carved into a stone cliff, where you can sit and gaze out at the harbor.
Stroll by the Hyde Park, Australia’s oldest park. Explore the Rock district. Learn about the history of the area at the Rocks Discovery Museum. Just as iconic as the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Opera House is famous for its white-shelled roof. As an architectural delight and feat of engineering, guided tours give you a whole new appreciation for just how challenging the building was to design and erect.
On your day off you can walk by the Surry Hills which is one of Sydney’s most artistically-vibrant neighbourhoods featuring a great mix of cafes and restaurants serving a wide variety of cooking styles and cultures or indulge in some shopping at the open-air Paddington Markets that come alive every Saturday with 200+ stalls selling unique collectibles and retro, the latest fashion styles, contemporary designed jewellery, original art, and a wide range of beautiful Australian made goods. Walk by the cobbled streets, visit the weekend market stalls, enjoy the fireworks at the Darling Harbor on a saturday night, go on a pub hop and dance the night away to the live music - the choice is yours.
Sure, there is plenty to do in Sydney, but the best way to enjoy the city is to take it slow, see a few attractions, and mostly relax at a beach or enjoy happy hour at a bar overlooking the harbour! So what are you waiting for? Plan with us and have a memorable, fun filled, best of the best Australian travel experience.