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Great Australian Adventure Coach Tour

 
 
Great Australian Adventure
30 Day Coach Tour

Tour Includes

  Meals as indicated
  Sunrise at Uluru
  Tents, cabins and motel accommodation
  The Great Barrier Reef cruise
  Coober Pedy underground tour
  Barossa Valley wine tasting
  Maximum Passengers 44
$5250
Live Tours
Adlt Twin Share Safari Per Person
luxury coach - luxury coach tour 
Departs: Sydney - 9 October, 13 November 2011, 8 January, 12 February, 19 March 2012 at 6.30am
Finishes In: Melbourne - Approx. time of onward journey
This tour is available in each direction.
Day 1 Sydney to Coffs Harbour - Overnight: Camping- Coffs Harbour
Day 2 Coffs Harbour to Gold Coast - Overnight: Camping- Gold Coast
Day 3 Gold Coast to Brisbane to Hervey Bay - Overnight: Camping/Cabin- Hervey Bay
Day 4 Fraser Island - Overnight: Camping/Cabin- Hervey Bay
Day 5 Hervey Bay to Raglan - Overnight: Camping/Cabin- Raglan
Day 6 Raglan to Airlie Beach - Overnight: Camping/Cabin- Airlie Beach
Day 7 The Whitsundays - Overnight: Camping/Cabin- Airlie Beach
Day 8 Airlie Beach to Cairns - Overnight: Camping/Cabin- Cairns
Day 9 The Great Barrier Reef - Overnight: Camping/Cabin- Cairns
Day 10 Cairns - Overnight: Camping/Cabin- Cairns
Day 11 Cairns to Torrens Creek - Overnight: Camping/Cabins- Torrens Creek
Day 12 Torrens Creek to Mt Isa - Overnight: Camping/Cabin- Mount Isa
Day 13 Mt Isa to Renner Springs - Overnight: Camping/Cabin- Renner Springs
Day 14 Renner Springs to Katherine - Overnight: Camping/Cabin- Katherine
Day 15 Katherine to Darwin - Overnight: Hotel- Darwin
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Day 1 Sydney to Coffs Harbour

Begin your coastal adventure by travelling north from Sydney to gorgeous coastal Coffs Habour, and setting up camp near the Pacific Ocean.

Overnight: Camping- Coffs Harbour

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Day 2 Coffs Harbour to Gold Coast

Visit the colourful coastal town of Byron Bay, Australias most easterly point, before crossing the Queensland border and arriving at the famous Gold Coast.

Originally a sugar-cane town, the Gold Coast is now the largest non-capital city in the world, and a haven for surfers, shoppers, naturalists and swimmers alike.

Overnight: Camping- Gold Coast

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Day 3 Gold Coast to Brisbane to Hervey Bay

Pass through Brisbane, the capital city of Queensland and see the acres of pineapple plantations as you head north. Introduced to Queensland from Brazil over 100 years ago, the pineapple is widely farmed and the unofficial mascot of tropical Queensland.

Visit the world-famous Australia Zoo, home of the Crocodile Hunter, the late Steve Irwin. Originally opened in 1970 as a reptile park, it has grown to be a huge and popular zoo with a strong focus on wildlife conservation.
Overnight: Camping/Cabin- Hervey Bay

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Day 4 Fraser Island

Spend the day on beautiful World Heritage Listed Fraser Island, with its ancient rainforests and long sandy beaches.

Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world, and has been home to the Butchulla aboriginal people for thousands of years. In 1836, The Sterling Castle was shipwrecked on its shores, and the island was named after the sole survivor, Eliza Fraser.

See wild dingoes, The Maheno, a sand-buried shipwreck, stunning rainforests and freshwater inland lakes on a full-day 4WD tour.

Overnight: Camping/Cabin- Hervey Bay

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Day 5 Hervey Bay to Raglan

Visit Bundaberg, home of the famous Bundaberg Rum distillery. Bundaberg is in the heart of the Queensland sugar-cane region, and back in the 1860s, producing rum was a clever way of using up the by-product of molasses.

The first barrel of Bundaberg rum was produced in 1888, and since then it has gone on to become arguably the best known and best loved rum in Australia.

See the appropriately named town 1770, where Captain James Cook first landed on the coast of Queensland, and continue to a historic farmstead in Raglan, where you will have the opportunity to see kangaroos in the wild.

Overnight: Camping/Cabin- Raglan

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Day 6 Raglan to Airlie Beach

Cross the Tropic of Capricorn and stop at historic Rockhampton on the banks of the Fitzroy River. Built up in the late 19th Century, the city has a number of beautiful, heritage-listed buildings such as the Post Office and the extravagant Criterion Hotel.

Continue to Airlie Beach, gateway to the Whitsundays and the Great Barrier Reef.

Overnight: Camping/Cabin- Airlie Beach

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Day 7 The Whitsundays

Explore the magnificent Whitsunday Islands at your leisure. Laze on the spectacular Whitehaven beach and see why it is regarded as one of the worlds most beautiful beaches.

Perhaps try sea-kayaking on the warm, crystal-clear waters, snorkelling through shoals of tropical fish, or exploring the ancient rainforests of the numerous islands.

Overnight: Camping/Cabin- Airlie Beach

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Day 8 Airlie Beach to Cairns

Travel through the heart of mango country en route to Townsville (the unofficial capital of North Queensland) before arriving in Cairns.

Overnight: Camping/Cabin- Cairns

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Day 9 The Great Barrier Reef

Relax on a cruise on the world famous Great Barrier Reef. This World Heritage listed site is the largest single structure composed of living organisms, and is visible from space.

Enjoy an informative guided tour and experience the beauty of this incredible reef with its abundance of coral and tropical fish. Explore the reef as you snorkel in the azure tropical waters before returning to Cairns.

Overnight: Camping/Cabin- Cairns

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Day 10 Cairns

Explore Cairns at your leisure. Perhaps join an exciting white-water rafting tour or a 4WD adventure, take the Skyrail up to the colourful Kuranda, explore Cape Tribulation or simply relax in this beautiful town.

Overnight: Camping/Cabin- Cairns

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Day 11 Cairns to Torrens Creek

Travel through the former mining town of Charters Towers. The second largest municipality in Queensland in the late 19th Century, this town once boasted Australias richest gold fields.

See the distinctive 19th Century architecture before continuing to Torrens Creek, and enjoy a refreshing drink in a classic Aussie pub.

Overnight: Camping/Cabins- Torrens Creek

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Day 12 Torrens Creek to Mt Isa

Visit Julia Creek and Cloncurry, site of the first ever Royal Flying Doctors flight, before arriving in the thriving mining town of Mt Isa.

Overnight: Camping/Cabin- Mount Isa

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Day 13 Mt Isa to Renner Springs

Traverse the vast Barkly tablelands, crossing through some of the largest cattle properties on the globe. Continue to Renner Springs, the heart of the beef country.

Overnight: Camping/Cabin- Renner Springs

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Day 14 Renner Springs to Katherine

Stopping briefly at Daly Waters, continue to the magnificent Mataranka thermal pools. Relax and refresh in the warm naturally occurring springs before continuing to Katherine.

Overnight: Camping/Cabin- Katherine

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Day 15 Katherine to Darwin

Visit the Litchfield National Park and see the extraordinary magnetic termite mounds.

Looking like eerie ancient tombstones, these mounds are built by blind termite workers who rely on the earths magnetic field to plot the course of the sun, and maintain a constant temperature in their homes.

Arrive in Darwin, and enjoy a cruise on the Darwin Harbour as you watch the sun go down.

Overnight: Hotel- Darwin

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Great Australian Adventure

30 Day Coach Tour
This tour is available in each direction.

Departs: Sydney
Finishes In: Melbourne

Includes Taxes All rates in AU$ including all taxes.
No Extras No booking fees or credit card fees payable
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Adult Twin Share Safari 5250
Adult Twin Share Soft Adventure6250
Adult Single Safari 6250
Adult Single Soft Adventure7750
Child U16 Safari3250
Child U16 Soft Adventure3750
Student/Backpacker Twin Tent4250
Student/Backpacker Single Tent5250
Tariff per person. All rates (AU$) inc GST.
Season - 01/04/10 to 31/03/11.
 
 
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