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Kangaroo Island
15 Nights
£ 3333

Arrive Melbourne.

Welcome to Australia! Upon arrival in Melbourne, you will be met by a local representative and assisted to board a private transfer to your accommodation.

The remainder of the day is at leisure to begin exploring Melbourne.

Melbourne is a multicultural city with a vibrant artistic life and is regarded as one of the culinary, sporting and shopping capitals of Australia, with a wide selection of museums, art galleries, theatres and festivals.

Accommodation: Mercure Melbourne Treasury Gardens (3 Star option - Standard Rooms)

Mercure Melbourne Treasury Gardens is located in the centre of Melbourne, overlooking the Treasury Gardens. The perfect place to stay while exploring great Melbourne attractions like Federation Square, the MCG and Parliament House, Mercure Melbourne Treasury Gardens features 164 well appointed rooms, all featuring Internet access and many with Treasury Garden views. The hotel also features Lime Restaurant and Bar, serving Modern Australian cuisine.


Accommodation: Novotel Melbourne on Collins (4 Star option - Standard Rooms)

Located in the heart of Melbourne, the contemporary Novotel Melbourne on Collins is perfectly positioned on stylish Collins Street, right in the centre of the city. Be it the diverse range of heritage listed buildings, theatres, boutiques, large department stores or renowned parks and gardens, the best of Melbourne is easily accessible by foot or a short tram ride away. The iconic MCG, Rod Laver Arena, Tennis Centre, Telstra Dome, Princess Theatre, Her Majesty's Theatre, Regent Theatre and Federation Square are all within close proximity to the property. The hotel offers 324 beautifully appointed rooms and suites - each peaceful space designed for natural living. Comprising six dedicated conference and event spaces, business centre, Michel's Restaurant & Bar, fitness centre and direct access to Australia on Collins shopping centre, Novotel Melbourne on Collins is a preferred destination for both business and leisure travellers.

  Day02 : City Highlights Tour – Phillip Island Penguin Parade and Koala Conservation Centre

Breakfast will be served in the hotel restaurant.

This morning enjoy a city highlights tour visiting the many parks and gardens of this gracious city. See the tranquil Fitzroy Gardens and Captain Cook’s cottage. Pass the magnificent Royal Botanical Gardens and make a visit to the Shrine of Remembrance. See the Arts and Cultural Centre, Albert Park Lake and the gracious tree lined St. Kilda Road.

This afternoon, depart Melbourne for Phillip Island. Phillip Island Nature Park is a natural home to koalas, seals, shearwaters and little penguins. Visit the Koala Conservation Centre where you can look for koalas in their natural habitat from tree top boardwalks. Visit Cowes, a popular holiday resort, and The Nobbies, a rugged outcrop. Visit Seal bay, home to Australia’s largest colony of fur seals. Witness the Penguin Parade. Every evening at dusk the Little Penguins come home from the sea at Phillip Island. From the waves – across the beach – to the sand dunes the Little Penguins can almost be touched as the waddle to their burrows. Sunset at Summerland Beach has drawn millions of visitors to Phillip Island. It is the nightly ritual of these little flightless birds which will enthrall you as you observe from the beach and the elevated boardwalk. Return to Melbourne late evening (approx 11pm).

Accommodation: Mercure Melbourne Spring Street (3 Star option - Standard Rooms) OR Novotel Melbourne on Collins (4 Star option - Standard Rooms)

 Day 03: Full Day Great Ocean Road Tour

Breakfast will be served in the hotel restaurant.
Dramatic, powerful, dangerous and majestic. How can words describe some of the world’s most impressive coastline? Your day extends from golden sandy beaches to the stark brutality of wave-torn cliffs backed by mountain ranges reaching skyward from the sea. This is primeval country where man pales into insignificance. The power and the majesty of nature reigns supreme in this awe-inspiring sea and landscape.

Depart Melbourne by private coach, crossing the West Gate Bridge, offering views of Melbourne and Port Phillip Bay. Join the Great Ocean Road at Torquay and the surf coast. Visit famous Bell’s Beach and the surf beach resort of Lorne. Stop for lunch at picturesque Apollo Bay and enjoy a walk along the beach.

Pass through the Otway National Park where fern gullies and eucalypts make up this beautiful Australian rainforest. Port Campbell National Park’s rugged coastline, “The Shipwreck Coast” with many stops including the huge stone monoliths of the Twelve Apostles. See the Island Arch and Razorback – grand architecture carved by surf. Stop at Loch Ard Gorge, the site of the tragic shipwreck of the “Loch Ard”. Visit the holiday resort and fishing village of Port Campbell. This powerful coastline provides scope for stunning photography. See the spectacular evening lights of Melbourne from the West Gate Bridge as you return to your hotel.

Accommodation: Mercure Melbourne Spring Street (3 Star option - Standard Rooms) OR Novotel Melbourne on Collins (4 Star option - Standard Rooms)

  Day 04: Melbourne to Adelaide (fly) – Adelaide City Highlights Tour

Breakfast will be served in the hotel restaurant.

After checking out of your rooms this morning, transfer by private vehicle to the airport for your flight to Adelaide. Upon arrival in Adelaide, you will be met by a local representative (for groups only) and assisted with your private transfer to your accommodation.

This afternoon take a city highlights tour of Adelaide.

Enjoy a tour of this quaint and charming city, experiencing the contrasting blend of historic architecture and unique landmarks such as St Peters Cathedral, Government House, Colonel Lights Lookout, Art Gallery, Festival Centre and the Adelaide Casino. Tour along Memorial Drive meandering alongside the tranquil waters of the River Torrens to North Adelaide passing classic bluestone and sandstone villas and terrace houses. Continue on to Windy Point Lookout providing a strategic photographic vantage point to view the City and Gulf waters.

Accommodation: Mercure Grosvenor Adelaide (3 Star option - Standard Rooms)

The Mercure Grosvenor Hotel is conveniently situated in the heart of Adelaide, opposite Skycity Casino and the Convention and Exhibition Centre. Features include 243 rooms, a restaurant, bar and conference facilities for up to 300 delegates. Rundle Street East , with its many cafes and bars, or the popular dining precinct of Gouger Street, are only a few minutes walk. The hotel is also close to major sporting venues, the central business district and shopping area of Rundle Mall.


Accommodation: Rockford Adelaide Hotel (4 Star option - Standard Rooms)

Rockford Adelaide is located on the corner of Morphett and Hindley Streets in the vibrant West End of the City of Adelaide. In close proximity to the Adelaide Convention Centre, sporting grounds, educational institutions, Rundle Mall, SkyCity Casino and Adelaide's other main attractions, Rockford Adelaide offers a central location convenient for business and leisure travellers. We pride ourselves with a boutique style, personal approach to our clients. We are a 4 1/2 star, refurbished hotel with 68 guest rooms, including 6 luxury spa suites. Our 180 seat restaurant is renowned for its stylish atmosphere and tasty seafood and char-grill menu.

  Day 05 : Full Day Kangaroo Island Tour (Fly / Fly)

Breakfast will be served in the hotel restaurant.

Depart this morning from your Adelaide hotel by private coach (for groups) or by scheduled coach (FIT passengers) to the Adelaide airport for your flight to Kangaroo Island.

On arrival onto Kangaroo Island enjoy the scenic drive to the Seal Bay Conservation Park. Here you can walk on the beach among a colony of rare and wild Australian Sea Lions with a National Parks Ranger.Head to Vivonne Bay for a two-course lunch.

Spend the afternoon at Flinders Chase National Park, renowned as a sanctuary for native Australian animals including kangaroos, wallabies, koalas and echidnas. The tour of the park will take you to the rugged southern coastline for a walk on Remarkable Rocks and Admiral’s Arch. Remarkable Rocks provides great photographic opportunities and stunning sea views. Admiral’s Arch boardwalk takes you down a rugged cliff face to reveal this spectacular rock archway, a natural nursery and safe haven for playful New Zealand fur seals that can be seen resting, swimming and playing in the waves or on the rocks.

Return to Kingscote Airport for the return journey to Adelaide

Accommodation: Mercure Grosvenor Adelaide (3 Star option - Standard Rooms) OR Rockford Adelaide Hotel (4 Star option - Standard Rooms)

  Day 06 : Adelaide to Alice Springs on The Ghan Train (overnight train journey)

Breakfast will be served in the hotel restaurant.

Check out of your rooms this morning, with time at leisure until you transfer to the Adelaide train station for your overnight journey to Alice Springs on the Ghan.
(Please note – The Ghan departs Adelaide on Sundays and Wednesday only, for the journey to Alice Springs, arriving Monday and Thursday to Alice Springs).

12:20pm Depart Adelaide on board The Ghan.

Originally, The Ghan followed the trail of the explorer John McDouall Stuart and The Afghan camel trains along the base of the Flinders Ranges. In 1980, a new and less trouble-prone track was opened 100 kilometres to the west. Never-the less, The Ghan today, travels through much the same terrain and provides travellers with a taste of the history and romance of the original. During the first part of the journey, you will see the rich and beautiful pastoral lands of southern Australia. Then, once past Port Augusta, and under the canopy of darkness, the landscape changes, such that you wake the next morning to a complete contrast: the harsh, yet hauntingly beautiful, Red Centre.

Accommodation: Overnight on the Ghan (3 Star option - Standard Rooms) OR Overnight on the Ghan (4 Star option - Standard Rooms)

 Day 07 : Adelaide to Alice Springs on The Ghan Train (overnight train journey) – Alice Springs Town Tour

Breakfast will be served on board the train (for Gold Service passengers only).

The sight of the rugged McDonnell Ranges announces that your Ghan adventure is nearing its destination: Alice Springs.

1:45pm Arrive to Alice Springs.

Disembark the train, and you are collected by private vehicle to transfer to your accommodation.

The sight of the rugged McDonnell Ranges announces that your Ghan adventure is nearing its destination: Alice Springs.

This afternoon, join a tour of the town of Alice Springs. Alice Springs - the world's most famous outback town, the fascinating capital of Australia's red centre, truly 'The Heart, The Soul, The Centre' of this vast land. History, culture and ingenuity abound with a will to survive the reality of Outback Australia. An experience not to compare with any other in the world!

See the Stuart Town Gaol and the Old Court House. Visit the Royal Flying Doctor Service and learn how medical and health assistance is provided in remote regions. Visit the Alice Springs School Of The Air – the world’s largest classroom covering over 1 million square kilometers. Travel through a harsh rocky environment to Alice Springs Telegraph Station – the original site of Alice Springs. Take a tour of the Telegraph Station and learn of the development of the area and communications. See spectacular views of Alice Springs and the MacDonnell Ranges from Anzac Hill Lookout.

Accommodation: Aurora Alice Springs (3 Star option - Standard Rooms)

Aurora Alice Springs is the place to stay for that true Australian Outback holiday experience. With the newly refurbished reception, courtyard and pool areas, this property is the most centrally located accommodation on the Todd Mall and is the ideal base for exploring the Alice Springs region. The banks of the famous Todd River on one side and the Todd Mall on the other.


Accommodation: Chifley Alice Springs Resort (4 Star option - Standard Rooms)

What many refer to as the best accommodation in town, Alice Springs Resort combines efficient and friendly outback service with modern, comfortable facilities. Low rise architecture and lush green lawns contribute to the relaxed atmosphere of our award-winning resort, situated on the banks of the famous Todd River with its magnificent river red gums. The Resort is only a five minute walk away from the town's bustling cultural, shopping and business centre. It is a convenient pick up point for the many local sightseeing tours available in and around Alice Springs, making Alice Springs Resort the perfect base for exploring the Outback attractions in and around the town.

  Day 08 : Alice Springs to Ayers Rock (Coach) - Afternoon Olgas Tour – Sounds of Silence Dinner

Breakfast will be served in the hotel restaurant.
This morning transfer by coach to Ayers Rock (private coach for groups or scheduled service for FIT passengers). Travel through remarkable desert scenery for your journey to Ayers Rock.

On arrival to Ayers Rock, check into your accommodation.
This afternoon travel to the mystical 36 domes of Kata Tjuta. On the way, stop at a lookout for a panoramic view of the eastern side of Kata Tjuta.
Continue on before arriving at the base of Walpa Gorge. Spend some time exploring the gorge and the unusual conglomerate rock formations. The walking trail through Walpa Gorge follows the natural creek between two of the tallest domes of Kata Tjuta. Return to your accommodation in time to freshen up for Sounds of Silence.
This evening enjoy the "Sounds of Silence" - the quietest restaurant on earth. You will be transferred to a desert dune where you will sip sparkling wine and listen to the haunting sounds of the didgeridoo as you watch a magnificent sunset over Kata Tjuta. When the sun has finally set, lanterns are lit and a delicious Northern Territory gourmet barbecue is served. After dinner the lights go down revealing a star filled sky, clearer and brighter than most city dwellers will ever see. The resident Astronomer will then introduce you to the magnificent constellations, stars and planets that make up the skies of the Southern Hemisphere.

Accommodation: Outback Pioneer Hotel (3 Star option - Standard Rooms)

Voyages Outback Pioneer Hotel & Lodge offers traditional Australian hospitality with a choice of comfortable, affordable hotel rooms, budget rooms or dormitories. Enjoy a beer and some outback delights at the Outback BBQ, swap stories of your day's adventures, or sing along with the nightly entertainment.


Accommodation: Desert Gardens Hotel (4 Star option - Standard Rooms)

Magnificent ghost gums and flowering native shrubs are the setting for Desert Gardens Hotel and is centrally located to all resort and touring facilities. You can relax in the comfort of your own private balcony or courtyard, or unwind in the hotel's refreshing pool, sipping cocktails from the Bunya bar. It's only a short stroll to the Resorts' numerous lookouts, where you can view what is arguably Australia's best sunset, with the spectacular play of colours across the face of Uluru and the surrounding desert. Once the sun has gone down, dine at White Gums Restaurant and savour Australian native delicacies.

  Day 09 : Ayers Rock Sunrise and Base Tour – Ayers Rocks to Cairns (Air)

A box breakfast will be provided today.

Rise early this morning to watch the beautiful desert sunrise over Ayers Rock. You will then have the opportunity to see some of the many Aboriginal sacred caves, which hold a special significance for the local Aboriginal people.

Please note: the local Anangu aboriginal people do not climb Uluru (Ayers Rock) because of its great spiritual significance. The climb however is not closed. They prefer that you -out of education and understanding - choose to respect their law and culture by not climbing. Remember that you are a guest on Anangu land.

Check out of your hotel rooms and transfer by coach to the airport for your flight to Cairns. (Please note – if travelling as FIT passenger rather than part of a group, the transfer to the airport will be provided by complimentary shuttle service).

On arrival to Cairns, you are met by a local representative (for group passengers only) and assisted with a private transfer to your accommodation.

Enjoy some time at leisure to begin exploring Cairns.

This modern, colourful city is the capital of the tropical north. The cosmopolitan Esplanade traces the bay foreshore and blends the city life of cafes and shopping with the natural attractions of the Coral Sea. With Cairns’ superb location – the Great Barrier Reef to the east, mountain rainforests of the Wet Tropics and plains of the Atherton Tableland to the west, and palm-fringed beaches to the north and south – it is a good base for many activities.

Accommodation: Mercure Cairns Harbourside (3 Star option - Standard Rooms)

The Mercure Cairns Harbourside is a comfortable hotel in a fantastic location. The hotel offers casual contemporary decor in peaceful surrounds. The spacious, well appointed rooms have private balconies with panoramic views to Trinity Bay or majestic rainforest clad mountains. The swimming pool and spa area with landscaped gardens overlooks the Cairns Esplanade. Refresh yourself with a plunge into the pool or relax on the sunlounges and work on your holiday tan.


Accommodation: Pacific International Hotel (4 Star option - Standard Rooms)

The Pacific International Hotel is a boutique style hotel, overlooking the world famous Marlin Marina, offering personalised service befitting a bygone era when great service and friendly hospitality were the rule rather the exception. Warm, welcoming hospitality sums up the attention to detail, which makes the Pacific International unique. The Pacific International Hotel offers the best location in Cairns – downtown on the waterfront, close to the seaport, city shopping, parklands and the Reef Casino – and the famous Esplanade Precinct with art galleries, cinemas and other entertainment nearby.

  Day 10 : Full Day Michaelmas Cay and Great Barrier Reef Heritage Park

Breakfast will be served in the hotel restaurant this morning.

Today sail by Catamaran to Michaelmas Cay, a unique sand cay. Michaelmas Cay is a picturesque reef sand island surrounded by magical coral gardens teeming with an incredible diversity of marine life. The Cay is a protected seabird sanctuary playing host to over 20,000 migratory seabirds ... one of the most important nesting sights in the Southern Hemisphere. The surrounding outer reef is a spectacular garden of exotic marine life, magnificent coral and giant clams, boasting more varieties of tropical fish than the entire Atlantic Ocean. Ride a semi-submersible vessel for coral viewing, enjoy guided snorkel tours from the beach accompanied by a marine biologist and a smorgasbord luncheon.

Your tour today includes:

Four full hours on the reef

Morning refreshments

Superb hot & cold buffet (includes seafood)

Afternoon tea

Snorkelling demonstrations and tuition

Use of all snorkelling equipment

Use of flotation vests

Informative ecological presentations by our qualified marine biologists

Informative tours on our air-conditioned semi-submersible

Guided bird tours

Live musical entertainment on the homeward sail to Cairns

A complimentary glass of Australian sparkling wine

High crew to guest ratio (1:9)

What to bring:

Towel, swimmers, sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, Cash or credit card for on board purchases

Optional Extras:

Guided snorkelling tours with our qualified Marine Biologist

Certified and introductory diving

Drinks & snacks from the fully licensed bar

Sunscreen lotions and underwater cameras

Hire of wet/lycra suits

Professional photographer on board

A range of quality souvenirs and merchandise

Accommodation: Mercure Cairns Harbourside (3 Star option - Standard Rooms) OR Pacific International Hotel (4 Star option - Standard Rooms)

  Day 11 : Kuranda Scenic Rail – Rainforestation – Pamagirri Aboriginal Dancers – Army Duck - Skyrail

Breakfast will be served in the hotel restaurant this morning.

This morning transfer by coach to Freshwater Station and board the Kuranda Scenic Rail for a spectacular journey with stunning views. Pass massive Baron Falls, Stoney Creek and cross steep ravines to the unique rainforest village of Kuranda.
Upon arrival in Kuranda, transfer by coach to Rainforestation Nature Park set in a lush tropical environment. Tour the world heritage rainforest in a 6 wheel drive amphibious army duck and learn of rainforest ecology on land and water. Meet many of the unique inhabitants – butterflys, water dragons, pythons, turtles and eels. Witness the Pamagirri Aboriginal dancers perform in the rainforest amphitheatre. Experience a dreamtime walk and learn of aboriginal culture, spear throwing and try your hand at boomerang throwing. See native animals close up – kangaroos, wombats, koalas and crocodiles.

After a tropical BBQ lunch, transfer back to Kuranda village to board the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway which will take you skimming over the pristine rainforest canopy. Stop for short walks at Barron Falls and Red Peak which offer stunning views and time to explore the forest floor. You will see sensational views of the Coral Sea, Green Island, Cairns City, lush tableland region and mountain ranges as Skyrail takes you to Caravonica.

Board your coach and return to your hotel late afternoon. Your evening is at leisure.

Accommodation: Mercure Cairns Harbourside (3 Star option - Standard Rooms) OR Pacific International Hotel (4 Star option - Standard Rooms)

  Day 12 : Day at Leisure

Breakfast will be served in the hotel restaurant.

Today is at leisure to relax and enjoy Cairns and the surrounds.
Trinity Wharf offers shopping and eating venues, a tourist coach terminus and a place for international cruise liners to berth. Pier Marketplace is also on the waterfront. It is a retail and leisure complex with more than 90 outlets, including Ben Cropp’s Shipwreck Museum and the Undersea World Oceanarium, home to over 1200 marine animals. All outlets are open 7 days a week. On weekends, local artists and craftspeople display their wares at the Mud Market, located in the main amphitheatre. Also popular with locals and visitors alike is Rusty’s Markets. Cairns Museum, located on the corner of Lake and Shields streets, has displays featuring the Aboriginal, timber, goldrush and sugarcane history of the area. Flecker Botanic Gardens, in Collins Ave, feature native plants and their traditional use by Aboriginal people. The gardens also have a very large collection of palm species. Cairns is famous for its tropical fruits, fresh seafood and relaxed ambience. It is an international mecca for marlin and other big game fishermen.

Accommodation: Mercure Cairns Harbourside (3 Star option - Standard Rooms) OR Pacific International Hotel (4 Star option - Standard Rooms)

  Day 13 : Cairns to Sydney (Air)

Breakfast will be served in the hotel restaurant.
Check out of your accommodation this morning and transfer by private vehicle to the airport for your flight to Sydney. Upon arrival in Sydney, you will be met by a local representative (for groups only) and assisted with your private transfer to your accommodation.

Radiating from the sparkling waters of Sydney Harbour, Australia’s largest city stretches from the shores of the Pacific Ocean to the foot of the Blue Mountains. Along with outstanding natural assets – stunning beaches, extensive parklands and the vast expanse of the harbour – Sydney boasts an impressive list of urban attractions, including world class shopping venues and a host of superb restaurants and nightclubs. Its cityscape ranges from sandstone buildings of Georgian elegance to skyscrapers of futuristic design.
Enjoy the day exploring Sydney at your leisure.

Accommodation: OTravelodge Sydney (3 Star option - Standard Rooms)

Travelodge Sydney Hotel is on the edge of the Sydney city and CBD, and offers the perfect position to explore. Superb Sydney restaurants, theatres, lively nightclubs and a great range of shops from designer stores to funky boutiques are within easy walking distance from Travelodge Sydney. Major attractions including Darling Harbour, Entertainment Quarter, Sydney Cricket Ground and the Sydney Football Stadium, are easily accessible from this hotel, as well as being close to more family orientated attractions with the Sydney Aquarium & Wildlife Park and the Sydney Imax Cinema nearby. The Travelodge Sydney Hotel has 406 hotel rooms across 18 levels.


Accommodation: The Grace Hotel (4 Star option - Standard Rooms)

The Grace Hotel is an elegantly restored 11-storey heritage listed art deco hotel built in 1930. Situated in the heart of Sydney's CBD, The Grace Hotel fronts three of Sydney's most most prominent streets - York, King & Clarence. We have 382 spacious Guest Rooms all designed with the frequent traveller in mind with the latest in modern telecommunications such as voice mail and data points for every room. The Interactive television features in-room movies in every room and also allows guests to set wake-up calls, order room service, view their account at any time during their stay and use Express Checkout. Individual comfort is also enhanced with feather comforters and pillows. Each room is conveniently equipped with an iron and ironing board, climate control, in-room safe and refreshment centre.

  Day 14 : Sydney City Sights – Sydney Opera House – Sydney Harbour Coffee Cruise

Breakfast will be served in the hotel restaurant this morning.

This morning join a city sights tour visiting the historical Rocks area, where the First Fleet landed in 1788 to establish Australia's first European settlement. Observe examples of early architecture and the beautiful sandstone buildings, made out of the same rocks, which gave this area its name. Visit the Sydney Opera House, described as the Eighth Wonder of the World for a guided tour. See St Mary's Cathedral, Parliament House, Darling Harbour, Chinatown and Mrs Macquarie's Chair for splendid views over this magnificent harbour. Continue on your coach tour through cosmopolitan Kings Cross, Rushcutters Bay, Double Bay and Watson’s Bay before stopping at the world famous Bondi Beach.

This afternoon return to Circular Quay for your afternoon cruise on magnificent Sydney Harbour. See spectacular views of the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Fort Denison, million dollar mansions and the bays and inlets that dot the harbour. At the conclusion of your cruise you are free at leisure to explore the harbour and city area.

Accommodation: Travelodge Sydney (3 Star option - Standard Rooms) OR The Grace Hotel (4 Star option - Standard Rooms)

  Day 15 : Full Day Blue Mountains – Featherdale – Scenic Railway – Scenic Cableway

Breakfast will be served in the hotel restaurant this morning.

Discover the beauty of the Blue Mountains - a stark contrast to the hustle and bustle of Sydney. This is an outing for relaxation and to take in the sights of natural bushland and numerous suburbs that form part of greater Sydney extending to the west.

From the city, your tour takes you through the city and into the Blue Mountains. Enroute visit Featherdale Wildlife Park, which houses a great variety of wildlife including kangaroos, koalas, wallabies, Australian reptiles, Tasmanian devils, wombats and various species of Australian birds. You can enter enclosures for face to face, touch to touch meetings with friendly kangaroos and cuddly koalas.

Depart Featherdale and head towards the township of Katoomba, your coach will follow the trail of Australia’s early explorers as it climbs up the Blue Mountains, an awe-inspiring “Grand Canyon” of giant rock formations, deep tree-studded valleys and cascading waterfalls. Sightseeing in the mountains includes numerous small towns that provide an escape for many city folk on the weekends.

Experience a thrilling ride on the world's steepest incline Railway that descends some 700 feet into the valley. A 900-foot boardwalk will take you to the base of the “Sceniscender” Cable Car for the trip back to the top, enjoying yet another perspective of the Blue Mountains.

A buffet lunch will be served.

Next, a short transfer takes you to the Blue Mountains lookout for a view of the famous “The Three Sisters” rock formation and distant vistas including the Jamieson Valley, Mount Solitary, Katoomba Falls and the Burraborang Valley.

Journey back to Sydney arriving at approximately 4:30pm.

Note: Guests must have agility to enter and exit incline train. Due to the nature of getting on and off the incline train, this tour is NOT recommended for those who experience difficulty walking. Order of sights visited may vary and itinerary may be reversed.

Accommodation: Travelodge Sydney (3 Star option - Standard Rooms) OR The Grace Hotel (4 Star option - Standard Rooms)

  Day 16 : Depart Sydney

Breakfast will be served in the hotel restaurant.

Check out of your accommodation this morning and transfer by private vehicle to the airport for your departure flight.

End of arrangements

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… Booking and cancellation Policy of Kangaroo Island…


Booking Policy       
In case of FITs:
  • 50% of ticket value at the time of confirming the booking.
  • Remaining 50% of ticket value 60 days prior to departure. 

Cancellation Policy      

Cancellation must be advised by Fax/E-mail/Letter to The Luxury Trains. On cancellation, refund will be made. Certain amount of the ticket value will be deducted as follows.

In case of FITs:
  • 5% of ticket value 60 days prior to departure.  
  • 20% of ticket value 30-59 days prior to departure.
  • 100% of ticket value between less than 30 days prior to departure.
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