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Cape York & Arnhem Land

  • Experience the unique Arnhem Land
  • Explore the Cobourg Peninsula
  • Witness the Tiwi people's culture
  • Snorkel across Lizard Island

The Kimberley

  • Experience the tidal phenomenon
  • Visit Lacepede Island Nature Reserv
  • Witness Montgomery Reef
  • Marvel at the King George Falls

Abrolhos Islands & the Coral Coast

  • Discover Abrolhos Islands
  • Explore Shark Bay
  • Enjoy cultural sites
  • Visit Ningaloo Reef

Kimberley Explorer: Expedition Cruising Australia's Iconic Kimberley Coast

  • Visit King George River
  • Explore four Australian Bays
  • Experience birdwatching in Lacepede
  • Enjoy diverse wildlife

Best of the Kimberley and Tiwi Islands

  • Experience the Horizontal Waterfall
  • Learn about ancient rock art

Coastal Wilds of Tasmania

  • Hike to Wineglass Bay
  • Learn about Maria Island’s history
  • Visit Port Arthur
  • Admire the Tasman Peninsula
  • Observe unique wildlife

Citizen Science on the Great Barrier Reef – Turtles & Rays

  • Explore Mon Repos Turtle Center
  • Visit Heron Island Research Station
  • Discover the Restoration Program
  • Assist rehabilitate injured turtles
  • Zodiac to King George Falls
  • Explore Hathaway's Hideaway
  • Visit green turtle breeding grounds
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In the Wake of the Makassans

  • Encounter funeral rituals
  • Gaze out Kelimutu National Park
  • Walk in tracks of Komodo Dragons
  • Hike to the summit of Padar Island
  • Explore Takabonarate Marine Park

Kimberley Expedition: Waterfalls & Wandjinas

  • Explore Darwin's rich history
  • Visit the WWII Oil Storage Tunnels
  • Witness ancient Wandjina rock
  • Experience Broome's beaches

Coastal Tasmania: Untamed Wilderness

  • Trek along Tasmania's coastal track
  • Visit islands and archipelagos
  • Encounter fur seal colonies
  • Witness albatross or gannets

Crossing Melanesia: Australia To Fiji

  • Explore coral reefs of Milne Bay
  • See WWII historical sites in Alotau
  • Swim in the waters of Espiritu Sant
  • Discover Vanuatu's beaches

Circumnavigation of Tasmania

  • Cruise Tamar River to Launceston
  • Encounter iconic wildlife
  • Kayak and hike Tasmania’s coast
  • See the coast of Tasmania

Rites and Relics: Fiji Firewalking, Vanuatu Volcanoes, and Beyond

  • Explore wonders of Solomon Island
  • Discover wonders of Vanuatu
  • Visit mysterious Ambrym
  • Explore wonders of Fiji

Immersive Indonesia: Singapore to Australia

  • Visit Parai Beach and Surabaya
  • Explore Singapore, Bali, and Darwin
  • Discover the man-made \\\"Supertree
  • See crocodiles Kakadu National Park

Mawson’s Antarctica

  • Cruise through Antarctica
  • Witness Adélie and emperor penguins
  • Explore Commonwealth Bay
  • Encounter New Zealand wildlife

Frontier Lands of Papua New Guinea

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  • Visit Buna and Sanananda
  • Lear more about the Dei Dei springs
  • Snorkel & Dive on vibrant reefs

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  • Discover the jewels of Tetepare
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From Deserts to Reefs

G’day, every day, Australia! Beaches to “barbies,” koalas to wallabies, Outback to ocean…where to begin your Australia tour on this island-country-continent? Travel in Australia and you'll find unique wildlife and dramatic landscapes, no doubt. Or perhaps the sun-kissed Harbour City of Sydney, Melbourne’s art scene or Barossa Valley’s world-class wineries. Go as far back as Aboriginal life in places like Ayers Rock and Alice Springs to discover how to survive in the bush, throw boomerangs and play a didgeridoo. Whatever your fancy, Australia welcomes you.

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Ayers Rock (Uluru):

You will find this towering sandstone rock formation rising from the desert floor in the southern part of the Northern Territory of central Australia. It sits in a remote part of the Outback 208 miles southwest of the nearest large town, Alice Springs. The rock is one of Australia’s most recognizable natural landmarks and rises 1,142 feet… making it 2,381 feet above sea level.

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The most populous city in Australia is located on Australia’s east coast. This lively metropolis is surrounded by one of the world’s largest natural harbors. The first British settlers founded the city of Sydney in 1788, but it is said that the area had been inhabited for many years. Millions of tourists visit Sydney each year to see its natural features such as Sydney Harbour and Bondi Beach, as well as its man-made marvels like the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

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The city was founded on August 30, 1835 and is located on a large natural bay – Port Phillip. Today it is often referred to as Australia’s cultural capital because of its renowned performing and visual arts scenes. Melbourne is known as the birthplace of Australian dance styles, the Australian film industry, Australian impressionist art and the Australian television industry.

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Kakadu National Park:

This protected area in the Northern Territory of Australia is about 100 miles east of Darwin. It is the largest national park in Australia covering 7,646 square miles, and measuring nearly 125 miles from north to south and 62 miles from east to west. The park is roughly half the size of Switzerland. Kakadu features many diverse landscapes perfect for outback adventure travel, nature activities and most of all, experiencing aboriginal culture.

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Great Barrier Reef:

Experience one of the seven wonders of the natural world when you set off by boat for the Great Barrier Reef. As the world’s largest living organism, you’ll find over 2,800 individual coral reef systems which are home to amazingly diverse marine life. Their bright colors look remarkable against the turquoise waters. Jump in the water to snorkel and really experience the Reef in an immersive way! Stroll along the shore, relax on the beach, or just watch the fish and sea turtles swim past from the pier. It’s a truly good day at the Reef, mate.

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Barossa Valley:

The valley located in South Australia is known as a major wine-producing region. In fact, it is renowned as one of the finest wine producing regions in the world. Located about 37 miles northeast of Adelaide, the valley is formed by the North Pala River, is home to more than 550 growers, and is famous for its Shiraz.

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This island state that includes the island of Tasmania and the surrounding 334 islands is 150 miles south of the Australian mainland, separated by the Bass Strait. It may be famous for its Tasmanian Devil but it is also very eco-conscious with 45% of its land being reserves, national parks and World Heritage sites.

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Phillip Island Penguin Parade

The little penguin is the smallest species of penguin. They are found on the coastlines of southern Australia and New Zealand. In Australia they are often called fairy penguins and in New Zealand they are known as little blue penguins or blue penguins. These penguins emerge from the shore at Phillip Island nearly every evening and make their way to their evening resting spots.

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Escorted Australia Tours

All inclusive escorted australia tours, guided group and all inclusive tours to australia.

Looking for all inclusive Australia tours? You’ve found the right place!

Our escorted tours make it easy to explore the highlights of Australia with everything taken care of for you. Travel stress-free, see the local highlights & attractions and make new friends.

With our inclusive escorted tours, all of your air travel, hotels, travel arrangements, activities and most meals are included. Plus, a travel guide will always be at hand, every step of the way. All you need to do is enjoy the journey!

Discover the incredible marine life of the Great Barrier Reef, explore the arts and cultural delights in Melbourne, or take in the grandeur of the Sydney Opera House. Go on an Outback adventure and see the sacred icon, Uluru (Ayers Rock), or get up close to incredible wildlife in Tasmania.

Guided Australia Tours Packages

Our guided trips pack the best of Australia in one vacation package so you can be sure your journey is well planned, hits the must-see’s, and includes one-of-a-kind experiences.

Who Can Go on an Escorted Australia Tour?

Escorted tours are great for seniors and older folks who may need a little extra assistance but are ready to embark on a new adventure.

Solo travelers and singles may also consider a guided trip to join in the camaraderie of a group. Joining a group trip is the perfect way to meet new friends and new travel buddies!

Is an Escorted Tour Right for Me?

The great thing about escorted tours is you’ll always have an experienced guide at hand to provide local insight and travel recommendations throughout your journey.

Many travelers prefer guided tours for their ease while visiting a foreign country. Australia is an English-speaking country and the currency works in a similar denomination to the U.S. dollar, so traveling throughout the country doesn’t have as many barriers as other foreign countries.

However, a guided tour can help you orient yourself in each destination with a professional travel guide to lead the way. Every experience is contextualized with commentary and history, giving you profound insight into your destination.

Travelers who like to travel with like-minded people may also enjoy escorted tours for the collective group experience in a new destination. If you’re curious about whether an escorted tour is right for you, our Travel Advisors are at hand to help you explore your options.

What Destinations Do Australia Escorted Tours Visit?

Most tours visit four main destinations: sydney, cairns, melbourne and uluru (ayers rock).

These destinations are where you’ll find most of Australia’s top attractions.

Many of our escorted tours begin on the east coast in Cairns, the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. Snorkeling cruises are usually included during your Cairns adventure so you can experience the underwater wonders of the reef. See colorful coral reefs, tropical fish and sea turtles as you snorkel the warm, crystal clear waters. Onboard guides make sure you’re comfortable snorkeling before taking to the waters. Glass bottom boats and underwater observatories are also available for non-swimmers.

Melbourne is a vibrant city on the southern east coast, popular for its unique art, music, rich coffee culture, and urban adventures. It’s regarded as Australia’s most European city, with a network of hidden laneway bars, restaurants and shops that are often missed on first sight. A number of museums, galleries and music venues keep Melbourne’s love of fine arts strong, with something to do just about any day of the week. Further outside of the city you’ll find the fascinating wildlife haven of Phillip Island, home to koalas, kangaroos, and the world’s smallest penguins. Included free days allow you to explore on your own, perfect for visiting Phillip Island or perhaps a road trip journey on the Great Ocean Road.

In the Northern Territory, Uluru is the cultural and spiritual heart of Australia, where its ancient Aboriginal culture thrives among the red desert landscapes and sacred rock art of the outback. Out of the ground rise Uluru and Kata Tjuta, the monumental rock formations important to the legends and creation stories of the local indigenous cultures. At Uluru, visit this famous landmark to witness the sunrise and sunsets give the rock an otherworldly red glow, breathtaking to behold. Most trips fly into Alice Springs before continuing on to Uluru, with a day in Alice Springs to explore this outback town.

One of the best parts of visiting lesser traveled destinations on an escorted tour is experiencing Kakadu National Park. This World Heritage-listed area is home to some of the most stunning rugged landscapes in Australia, with lush wetlands, stunning gorges and ancient rock art galleries. Witness an abundance of wildlife including crocodiles, wallabies and over 280 species of birds. Plus, your experienced guides can take you to the best places in Kakadu National Park for spotting unique wildlife and the best vantage points for photography.

As one of the world’s top travel destinations and cosmopolitan cities, a visit to Sydney is a must. Explore the sparkling harbor city on a Sydney Harbour cruise, gliding past top landmarks like the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House, and Royal Botanic Gardens. Learn what makes the Sydney Opera House a world-famous destination. Visit Bondi Beach, one of the most well-known beaches around the world. Take to the skies on the thrilling Sydney Harbour Bridge climb, or take it slow and learn the fascinating history of the Rocks district, a historic part of this dynamic city where European settlers first landed on the coast.

These packages also visit more unique destinations. The 5-day Australia Southern Capitals tour travels through Central Australia’s rural country and distinctive cities from Sydney to Melbourne, with a stop in the nation’s capital – Canberra. Your travel guide shares local legends, storied history, and travel tips along the way.

Join the Wonders of Tasmania tour for a guided journey through the spectacular landscapes, fascinating history and gourmet artisan produce of this unique island state. Visit Tasmania’s mainland port cities, including Hobart and Port Arthur. Learn the dark history of Tasmania’s convict past, explore the stunning trails of Cradle Mountain, and see the scenic bays of Freycinet National Park.

The Tastes of Southern Australia tour travels through Victoria and South Australia for a trip through rural coast and country. The trip begins in Sydney, traveling through Canberra to Melbourne, journeying on the Great Ocean Road and meeting the wildlife of Kangaroo Island. Wine tours to Barossa Valley wine region from Adelaide are also included, for a taste of Australia’s famous wine.

For a truly unforgettable experience, visit Western Australia. This incredible journey takes you to the remote and ruggedly beautiful Kimberley region in Australia’s northwest corner. Explore ancient gorges and waterfalls, see the magnificent Bungle Bungle Range, go crocodile spotting in the Ord River and camp out under a billion stars. From here, head to Broome – known as the pearl of Western Australia for its stunning coastline views and vibrant culture. Try your hand at pearl farming with an experienced guide or explore Cable Beach on horseback to witness spectacular Western Australia sunsets over the Indian Ocean.

What’s Included?

Our inclusive tours are designed to showcase the best of this incredible destination, hassle-free..

A knowledgeable and expert travel guide will meet you as soon as you land and transfer you to your hotel so you don’t have to worry about how to get there. Your travel guide will direct your experience in Australia with their profound insight and local knowledge, leading you through every step of the way.

Meet your group of fellow travelers who will share your experience. Spend time together exploring Australia’s famous cities on included excursions, with some free days to enjoy on your own.

Guided activities and excursions are also included, depending on the trip you choose. Most trips include city tours, short walks to explore each destination, cultural experiences and wildlife moments. Many of our tours also include big bucket-list experiences such as snorkeling the Great Barrier Reef, visiting the Sydney Opera House and a sunset viewing of Uluru’s changing colors. Some tours also take you to special destinations for iconic Australian experiences, such as visiting the Blue Mountains or heading to Kangaroo Island to meet Australian wildlife.

Each package includes daily breakfast as well as several lunch and dinner experiences. Highlight dinner experiences at top-rated restaurants, open-air barbecues under the outback night sky, and receptions following Aboriginal dancing performances are also included in featured trips.

No need to worry about booking your hotels throughout the journey. We take care of that for you by arranging your group stays comfortable hotels and resorts highlighting local hospitality.

How Much Does an Escorted Australia Tour Cost?

An escorted tour includes the costs of a personal guide throughout the whole trip, all hotels, day tours and most meals.

The price also depends on how long you’re staying, how many destinations you’re visiting and the class of service you’re after (3-star, 4-star, 5-star).

Our low cost tours visit only a few destinations, yet still showcase unique wonders of Australia that you won’t see on any regular trip. Tours that visit multiple destinations as well as across the Tasman Sea to New Zealand tend to price at a higher range. Visiting two expensive travel destinations in one trip will always incur a higher price tag, but it’s hard to put a price on such a once-in-a-lifetime trip!

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Destinations: Australia – Sydney, Canberra, Wangaratta, Melbourne

Activities: Sightseeing Tours, Culture, Adventure, Historic Landmarks, Bush Country Retreats, Rest & Relaxation, Stunning Landscapes, Short Walks & Hikes, Wildlife, Wines

Tour Type: Escorted

Class: 3 - 4 stars

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Destinations: Australia – Darwin, Litchfield National Park, Kakadu, Nitmiluk National Park, Katherine

Activities: Hiking/Walking, Historical Landmarks, Outback Adventure, National Parks, Native Culture, Restaurants, Food & Wine, Short Walks, Sightseeing, Tours, Cruises, Waterfalls

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Destinations: Australia – Darwin, Katherine, Kakadu

Activities: Beaches, Culture & Art, Cruises, Hiking/Walking, Historical Landmarks, Local Markets, Outback Adventure, National Parks, Native Culture, Outback, Restaurants, Food & Wine, Rest & Relaxation, Stunning Landscapes, Shopping, Short Walks, Sightseeing, Tours

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Destinations: Australia – Alice Springs, Kings Canyon, Uluru (Ayers Rock)

Activities: Hiking/Walking, Historical Landmarks, Outback Adventure, National Parks, Native Culture, Outback, Restaurants, Food & Wine, Short Walks, Sightseeing, Tours

Class: 4 - 5 stars

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Destinations: Australia – Perth, Penguin Island, Busselton, Bunker Bay, Cape Naturaliste, Margaret River, Fremantle, Rottnest Island

Activities: Hiking/Walking, Historical Landmarks, Nature, National Parks, Native Culture, Restaurants, Food & Wine, Short Walks, Sightseeing, Tours, Cruises, Waterfalls, Beaches, Island Visit

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Destinations: Australia – Melbourne, Cairns, Great Barrier Reef, Sydney

Activities: Culture, Rest & Relaxation, Restaurants, Shopping & Local Markets, Stunning Landscapes, Day Cruises, Short Walks & Hikes, Snorkeling, Wildlife, Wine & Dine

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Destinations: Australia – Brisbane, Hamilton Island, Sydney

Activities: Beaches, Culture & Art, Cruises, Hiking/Walking, Islands, Native Culture, Outback, Restaurants, Food & Wine, Rest & Relaxation, Stunning Landscapes, Shopping, Short Walks, Sightseeing, Tours

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Destinations: Australia – Hobart, Strahan, Cradle Mountain, Smithton, Launceston, Bicheno, Hobart

Activities: Sightseeing Tours, Culture, Adventure, Historic Landmarks, Lunch Cruise, Bush Country Retreats, Rest & Relaxation, Stunning Landscapes, Short Walks & Hikes, Wildlife

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Destinations: Australia – Sydney, Canberra, Beechworth, Wangaratta, Glenrowan, Melbourne, Great Ocean Road, Warrnambool, Mt. Gambier, Naracoorte, Kangaroo Island, Barossa Valley, Adelaide

Activities: Sightseeing Tours, Culture, Adventure, Historic Landmarks, Island Stay, Bush Country Retreats, Rest & Relaxation, Stunning Landscapes, Short Walks & Hikes, Wildlife, Wines

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Destinations: Australia – Darwin, Nitmiluk National Park, Katherine, Kununurra, El Questro, Halls Creek, Fitzroy Crossing, Broome

Activities: Hiking/Walking, Historical Landmarks, Nature, National Parks, Native Culture, Restaurants, Food & Wine, Short Walks, Sightseeing, Tours, Cruises, Waterfalls, Swimming, Beaches

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Destinations: Australia – Broome, Fitzroy Crossing, Halls Creek, El Questro, Kununurra, Katherine, Nitmiluk National Park, Darwin

Activities: Hiking/Walking, Historical Landmarks, Nature, National Parks, Native Culture, Restaurants, Food & Wine, Short Walks, Sightseeing, Tours, Cruises, Waterfalls, Swimming

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Destinations: Australia – Melbourne, Alice Springs, Uluru (Ayers Rock), Cairns, Great Barrier Reef, Sydney

Activities: Sightseeing Tours, Aboriginal Culture, Art, Beaches, Historic Landmarks, Outback, Rainforest, Reef, Rest & Relaxation, Restaurants, Scuba Diving (Optional), Shopping & Local Markets, Snorkeling (Optional), Stunning Landscapes, Short Walks & Hikes, Wildlife, Wine & Dine

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Destinations: Australia – Broome, Port Hedland, Karijini National Park, Exmouth, Ningaloo Reef, Coral Bay, Carnarvon, Monkey Mia, Kalbarri National Park, Geraldton, Nambung National Park, Yanchep National Park, Perth

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Destinations: Australia – Perth, Yanchep National Park, The Pinnacles, Geraldton, Kalbarri National Park, Monkey Mia, Carnarvon, Coral Bay, Ningaloo Reef, Exmouth, Karijini National Park, Port Hedland, Broome

Activities: Hiking/Walking, Historical Landmarks, Nature, National Parks, Native Culture, Restaurants, Food & Wine, Short Walks, Sightseeing, Tours, Cruises, Waterfalls

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Destinations: Australia – Palm Cove, Uluru (Ayers Rock), Kings Canyon, Alice Springs, Sydney, Hunter Valley

Activities: Cruises, Great Barrier Reef, Hiking/Walking, Historical Landmarks, Outback Adventure, National Parks, Native Culture, Outback, Rainforest, Restaurants, Food & Wine, Sailing, Shopping, Short Walks, Sightseeing, Snorkeling, Swimming, Tours, Waterfalls

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Australia Land Journeys 

Our handcrafted journeys in Australia are personalised to meet your interests with the very best inclusions. 

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Vast and uniquely beautiful with an ancient pulse

Explore the landscapes, cities and wildlife. From Western Australia’s coastline to the Northern Territory, Outback, South Australia, Tasmania, and Norfolk Island on an escorted Australia tour with Scenic.  

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Why choose scenic.

It’s more than an escorted land tour - it’s a handcrafted journey in a class of its own. You will enjoy the combined ease of personalised travel, with a selection of experiences that offer you a true insight into the culture, landscape and history of Australia.

Small Group Touring

Enjoy fully escorted smaller group touring with a maximum of 36 guests on your land journey. With small group sizes, you’ll have unparalleled access at a comfortable pace as you explore your destination.

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Accommodation & Scenic Special Stays

We offer the best available accommodation in remote towns during your Australia land journey, plus Scenic Special Stays featuring iconic hotels remarkable for their location, character, and heritage. 

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Scenic Enrich

Experience once-in-a-lifetime moments with our signature Enrich experiences, taking you to the cultural heart of your destination. Witness Uluru's 'Field of Light', meet South Australian winemakers, appreciate Tasmania's historic art, enjoy Norfolk Island's hospitality at a progressive dinner, and experience outback Queensland with a local family - just some of the unique curated experiences awaiting you. 

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Scenic Freechoice

If you prefer a relaxed pace or you want to fit in as much as possible, our Scenic Freechoice excursions offer a diverse range of sightseeing, activities and dining for you to choose from. Whether you’re a foodie wanting to expand your culinary horizons with a selection of delectable food and wines, are interested in learning about Aboriginal culture and the rich heritage of our country, or wanting to enjoy the outdoors and breathtaking scenery that awaits you.  

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Expert Tour Directors & Guides

When you embark on your handcrafted land journey, you can do so with the assurance that we’ve taken care of all the small details. Your expert, handpicked Tour Director, driver and local guides are dedicated to delivering an exceptional level of service to the Nth Degree and will be on hand to ensure you love every moment of your trip. 


Scenic Rail

Experience seamless travel from point A to point B with Scenic on Australia's grandest rail journey, The Ghan. Your overnight journey on the Ghan will provide an insight into one of the most intriguing Australian landscapes, the Northern Territory.  

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With bright blue skies, immense red deserts, sun-bronzed beaches and vast green wetlands, Australia is big, bold and full of contrasts.

Come and experience this extraordinary country that bursts with kaleidoscopic cultures and constantly changing colors. From snorkeling with jewel-toned fish on the Great Barrier Reef and discovering the wildlife and wilderness of the west coast to walking through the World Heritage-listed Daintree Rainforest with an Aboriginal guide and exploring Uluru and nearby Kata Tjuta , an (Intrepid) in-depth Australia tour offers a little something for everyone. Whether you’re traveling as a family or a solo adventurer, a nature-lover or a sun worshipper, a food fanatic or a wine connoisseur, Australia can’t wait to welcome you. 

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Best time to visit australia.

Being such a large place, Australia has a wide range of climates, so all year round, there is somewhere great to visit. 

Summer (December to February) can get very hot but is perfect for beach-going and other outdoor activities. In the far north, it is also the wet season, which can get quite humid, and some beaches may be closed due to jellyfish or 'stingers'.

Winter (June to August) is pleasant and dry in the north but can get quite cold in the south, especially in Tasmania and Victoria, where snowfall is common.

Spring and autumn are great times to visit Australia as the weather is milder but still warm enough for swimming in northern areas. 

Regardless of daytime temperatures, nights can get very cold in the desert areas of Central and Western Australia, so prepare accordingly.

The main school holiday period is from Christmas to late January and is considered the peak travel time within Australia; expect popular tourist spots to be crowded during this time.

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From large malls and boutique shopping strips to weekend arts and crafts markets and vintage shops, Australia is a top place to shop. Shopping in Australia may not be cheap, but there are plenty of unique finds and original souvenirs to bring home. Before heading home, check with your local customs officials to ensure that you are able to import certain items back into your home country. New Zealand, for example, has strict quarantine laws.

Things to buy in Australia

1. First Nation art

The quality of Aboriginal art is excellent in the Top End and Central and Western Australia. Be sure to buy from reputable galleries and organizations to ensure authenticity and fair prices for artists. Community-run organizations are typically the better choice.

If you’re looking for one, Coober Pedy has the best quality and variety on offer.

These precious gems are plentiful in Broome due to the booming pearling industry.

4. Modern art

Melbourne and Hobart are modern art and craft hot spots, making them great places to pick up one-of-a-kind mementos.

Top 10 places to see in Australia

Nothing will prepare you for seeing Australia's most famous landmark for the first time. An important part of Aboriginal Dreamtime stories, this ancient monolith is a photographer's dream as it changes colors with the sun; from dazzling orange to dusty purple.

Combine First Nations' culture and the magnificence of Australia's desert wonders on a 6 day Red Centre & Uluru Explorer tour.

2. Great Barrier Reef

See the world's largest reef system - so big it can be seen from outer space! This World Heritage site, just off the coast of Queensland, is home to whales, dolphins, turtles, sharks, colorful coral and more than 1,500 species of fish. Go scuba diving or snorkeling to explore this incredible underwater world.

See the beauty of the reef and its residents on our 5 day Best of Cairns, Great Barrier Reef & Daintree tour.

3. Twelve Apostles

Although there are actually only eight 'Apostles', these spectacular limestone rock stacks are a popular tourist spot along Victoria's Great Ocean Road. Formed by erosion that began 10-20 million years ago, the stacks rise majestically from the churning Southern Ocean. Hit the boardwalks, tracks and viewing areas for spectacular views.

Set off on a Twelve Apostles journey when you 7 day Hike the Great Ocean Walk.

4. Kakadu National Park

This region is a place of breathtaking beauty and incredible biodiversity. Steeped in Dreamtime history, Kakadu nurtures a staggering variety of landscapes and wildlife. Venture deep into the wilderness and discover gushing waterfalls, deep gorges, shimmering waterholes and rocky outcrops adorned with 20,000-year-old art.

Combine the best of history, wildlife, culture and beauty while venturing through a 6 day Top End & Kakadu Explorer tour.

5. Sydney Opera House

Set against a backdrop of that famous bridge that spans the sparkling harbor, the Opera House is one of Australia's most iconic sights. Those familiar sails, adorned with more than a million white tiles, host thousands of events and performances each year. Catch a show to admire the ornate interior, or take in the spectacular view from a ferry.

Climb the Opera House steps or tour the harbour as you start an exciting 18 day East Coast Encompassed tour.

6. Kimberley

From deep gorges and dusty Outback roads and lush rainforests to idyllic billabongs, the landscape of this beautiful region is truly enchanting. A trip to the Kimberly can be as active or relaxing as you wish - hike past the strange 'beehive' domes of the Bungle Bungle Ranges, explore underground caves at Tunnel Creek or simply relax on white sand beaches.

Be swept away by the beauty of the Kimberley on a 11 day Wild Kimberley Overland tour.

7. Daintree

With verdant tropical rainforest stretching to white, sandy beaches, the Daintree is nothing short of spectacular. This complex ecosystem in Far North Queensland is home to a prolific amount of wildlife, including frogs, reptiles, bats and butterflies, as well as the highest concentration of primitive plant species in the world. Australia's largest rainforest is a true natural wonder just waiting to be explored.

Walk among the diverse ecosystems of the Daintree Rainforests while on our 5 day Queensland Daintree Explorer tour.

8. Wineglass Bay

With its white sand, crystal-clear water and distinct crescent shape, Wineglass Bay on Tasmania's gorgeous Freycinet Peninsula is a pristine paradise. It's easy to see why it's often voted as one of the top 10 beaches in the world! Hike a trail to the summit overlooking the bay for breathtaking views, or descend to the beach and set up camp. Go snorkeling to discover colorful fish and perhaps some playful dolphins.

Stroll by the waters of Wineglass Bay on a nature-lovers 6 day Tasmania Adventure tour.

9. Clare Valley

This beautiful wine-producing region is famed for its delicious local produce, picturesque scenery, friendly people and, of course, its fabulous wine. Explore back roads lined with vines and go wine tasting to sample the very best drops this region has to offer.

Cycle and sample your way through one of Australia's oldest wine regions on our 6 day Cycle South Australia's Wine Regions tour.

10. Blue Mountains

Covering over one million hectares, the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains is rich in verdant rainforest, dramatic waterfalls, looming forests and an abundance of wildlife. Greet the iconic Three Sisters and wander the boardwalks to soak up this breathtaking area of Australian bush.

Walk, trek, and discover the beauty of the rugged New South Wales region home to the Blue Mountains on a 3 day Best of the Blue Mountains from Sydney.

Top destinations to visit in Australia

1. ikara-flinders ranges national park.

Discover Ikara with an Adnyamathanha guide on a tour that shines a light on Adnyamathanha history, uncovers the park’s more recent past, and looks towards the future.

Wander through Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park on our 7 day Flinders Ranges Explorer tour or on our 7 day Walk South Australia's Flinders Ranges tour .

2. Arnhem Land

Explore the rugged wilderness of Arnhem Land , where Australia’s First Nations people have lived for thousands of years. Share Dreamtime stories, learn how to gather local food and create traditional paintings.

Experience Arnhem Land for yourself on our 8 day Walk Kakadu National Park tour tour.

3. The West Coast

The West Coast of Australia certainly feels like the Final Frontier. Perhaps visit the red rock gorges of Karijini National Park, take in a camel ride on Cable Beach, or unwind among the vineyards of  Margaret River. 

Marvel at the beauty of the West Coast on our 8 day Hike Western Australia's Cape to Cape Track.

4. Tropical North Queensland

Join an Aboriginal painting class at Janbal Gallery and hear East Coast Kuku Yalanji Dreamtime stories about the animals, environment and language of the Indigenous rainforest people from Mossman and the Daintree rainforest.

Dive into Tropical North Queensland on our 7 day Queensland Coast Adventure or on our 8 day Brisbane to Cairns Adventure.

5. The Kimberley

While Broome could keep you occupied for days, it’s really the Kimberley’s natural beauty that lures you in. Away from the stretches of Cable Beach, you find a region that rapidly unrolls into a world of dense rainforest, underground caves and boab-dotted horizons straight out of Africa. 

Discover the beauty of the Kimberley's on our 5 day Kimberley Family Holiday.

Kakadu National Park is packed with billabongs, waterfalls, strange rock formations and all types of native wildlife. ‘Roos bounce through the bushland, dingoes are spotted along rocky outcrops, dugongs wallow off the coast, and, despite the name, crocs patrol the waters of Alligator River. 

Explore Kakadu National Park on our 8 day Walk Kakadu National Park tour or on our 4 day Kakadu, Katherine & Litchfield Adventure.

7. The Red Centre

Also known as Central Australia, the Red Centre is where Uluru rises from the landscape in all its beauty. But there’s far more to this region than the iconic rock of the Outback. Discover Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) and its 36 stunning red domes; Kings Canyon , with its natural amphitheater and the East and West MacDonnell Ranges.

Uncover the magic of the Red Centre on our 6 day Premium Red Centre & Uluru tour or on our 4 day Uluru & Kings Canyon Family Adventure.

8. The Outback

Experience the untamed beauty of Outback Australia, hear tales of the Aboriginal Dreaming with a First Nations guide, cross incredible scenery in a 4WD, and walk among a carpet of wildflowers in the Flinders Ranges. 

Explore the Outback on our 4 day Best of Uluru & Kings Canyon tour or on our 10 day West Coast & Karijini Overland Adventure.

9. K'gari (Fraser Island)

K'gari (Fraser Island) isn’t just the largest sand island in Queensland, it’s the largest one in the world. Explore the rugged headlands, silica sand beaches, lush rainforests hugging the shore and freshwater lakes that lay hidden throughout this World Heritage-listed island.  

Experience K'gari for yourself on our 14 day Sydney to Cairns Adventure.

10. Great Ocean Road

The Great Ocean Road is a winding coastal route of sandstone cliffs and dense rainforest hinterland that stretches all the way from Torquay in the East to Allansford in the West. While the region is famous for its Twelve Apostles, there are plenty of local secrets to be discovered if you’re willing to take the time.

Drive along the Great Ocean Road on our 6 day Great Ocean Road & Grampians Adventure.

11. Tasmania

This island state turns heads thanks to its thriving gallery and gastronomy scene, plus its bounty of natural wonders. Boasting some of Australia’s finest beaches, mistiest mountaintops, loneliest patches of wilderness and most elusive animals, Tasmania is a nature lover’s wonderland.

Discover Tasmania on our 6 day Highlights of Tasmania tour , on our 4 day Hobert & Southern Tasmania Explorer tour or on our 6 day Trek the Cradle Mountain Overland Track.

See the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House, take a dip at Bondi Beach, explore the historic Rocks area and discover everything this cosmopolitan city has to offer.

Marvel at Sydney's iconic sights on our 7 day Sydney to Brisbane Adventure.

13. South Australian outback

Explore the South Australian outback at Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary on a 4WD tour that takes in science, education and conservation and showcases this incredible and unique wilderness area.

Delve into the South Australian wilderness on our 10 day South Australia Outback Adventure or on our Outback South Australia & Eyre Peninsula tour .

14. The Great Barrier Reef

Be inspired by the beauty of the world’s largest coral reef – The Great Barrier Reef. Go snorkeling in the warm waters with exotic sea creatures and colorful coral.

Go swimming on our 12 day Brisbane to the Daintree Discovery.

15. The Daintree Rainforest

Explore the world's most ancient rainforest, the Daintree in Far North Queensland , with a local family who lives in a privately owned part of it.

Experience the serenity of the Daintree Rainforest on our 5 day Daintree Family Holiday or on our 8 day Daintree & Cape Tribulation Adventure.

Geography and environment

The continent of Australia is known for being one of the flattest, hottest, and driest places on earth, but despite this, there is an astounding variety of terrains and environments on this island nation. While large areas of Australia are covered in desert, there are also tropical rainforests, alpine snowfields, dense bushland, beaches, gorges, lakes, and rivers to be found.

Australia’s national parks are home to many species of birds and mammals not found in the wild anywhere else in the world, including kangaroos, koalas, wallabies, and wombats.

Boasting many stunning white sand beaches, Australia has a coastline like none other. From busy Bondi to surfing icons like Bell’s Beach and Tasmania’s stunning Wineglass Bay , there are endless places to swim, surf, snorkel and paddle. 

Despite Australia’s large landmass, most people tend to live in urban, coastal cities. Faster-paced cities like Sydney, Brisbane, Perth and Melbourne hold much of the population, as do regional satellite cities such as Albury, Dubbo, Bunbury, Townsville, Newcastle and Geelong.

Outback towns have a unique flavor and a distinct way of life; things are slower here, and due to smaller populations, space is plentiful, with most locals relying on agriculture for a living. Venturing away from the city to visit the Outback and rural areas of Australia is highly recommended, as it gives travelers the chance to see a different side of Australia. Traverse the northern regions of Australia's iconic outback landscape on a 11 day Darwin to Broome Outback tour.

Culture and customs

With a strong history of immigration, modern Australia is made up of people from many different cultural backgrounds. This mix makes Australia an endlessly fascinating place to visit, as travelers will be exposed to a variety of different customs and cultures during their stay. From the ancient, spiritual ways of the First Nations population to the wide array of faiths, foods, and festivals on display in the big cities, Australia is a cultural melting pot. 

Despite the differences, there are many things that unify the people of Australia. Sports, in particular cricket, soccer, and football (Australian Rules), are played and watched by the masses, irrespective of age, race, gender, or income. Large sporting events like the AFL Grand Final, Melbourne Cup Day, and the Boxing Day Cricket Test have universal appeal for Australians. 

Australians relish public holidays, with national and state holidays offering locals time to relax with friends and family over a barbecue or picnic. Making use of Australia’s natural environment is also paramount during this time, with outdoor activities like bushwalking, swimming at the beach, or lazing in the park popular with locals.

Eating and drinking

Intrepid believes that one of the best ways of experiencing a country is by eating! Whether you're sampling street food, savoring a cheap eat, or indulging in a banquet, there are endless options to choose from wherever you are in the world. 

Australia is a land that has been built by immigrants, and these multicultural influences are evident in the wide array of food available. In the cities, it’s possible to find world-class Vietnamese, Turkish, Italian, Greek, Chinese, Thai, Japanese, and Indian restaurants, as well as excellent gastro-pub fare. Head to the Outback, and you’ll find authentic ' bush tucker ', simple campfire meals, and sizzling barbecues.

Food to try in Australia

1. Fresh seafood

With such an impressive coastline, it’s no wonder fresh oysters, prawns, mussels, and ‘balmain bugs’ are devoured by locals and savored by visitors. For those on a budget, there’s nothing wrong with eating fish and chips on the beach.

Australia creates some of the best wines in the world at South Australia’s Barossa Valley , Western Australia’s Margaret River , and New South Wales’s Hunter Valley .

Whether you’re downing a can of VB in Victoria or sipping micro-brewed ale in Sydney, sharing a beer with mates is a social experience not to be missed when in Australia

4. Hot pies

An Australian classic – savory meat pies (or vegetable pies for vegetarians) are best eaten with tomato sauce and are easily found and served in city cafes, country bakeries, and football matches around Australia.

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Festivals and events

Anxiously anticipated by many – the Australian Rules Football Grand Final is a great time to be in Melbourne. Tickets are notoriously scarce but pubs, clubs and backyards overflow with people watching the ‘Big Game’ and celebrating (or commiserating) afterwards.

Tasting Australia 

Feeling hungry? Tasting Australia is a food festival that takes place once a year throughout South Australia and showcases the culture, producers, and regions that make this state such a delicious destination to explore. 

Vivid Sydney

Vivid Sydney lights up the harbor city with a Festival of Ideas featuring inspirational speakers, performances by local and international artists, and light installations that transform buildings and cultural icons into colorful works of art. 

Margaret River Pro

See your favorite professional surfers at work against the backdrop of the beautiful Margaret River region in South Australia at the Margaret River Pro.

State of Origin

Turn your Brisbane, Perth or Sydney adventure up a notch by experiencing a State of Origin game. 

Cairns Ecofiesta

Switch your Cairns holiday to sustainable mode at Cairns Ecofiesta: an eco-conscious festival that celebrates and supports the environment through eco workshops, live music, local produce markets, and vegetarian food options. Suitable for the whole family, this festival aims to both encourage a sustainable lifestyle and leave you with plenty of eco-inspo so you can start your very own planet-protecting journey. 

Alice Springs Beanie Festival 

Celebrate the very best of Aboriginal talent, creativity, and skill at the Alice Springs Beanie Festival. Bursting with silly and colorful handmade beanies, this festival aims to encourage and appreciate the work of both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people with various textile workshops and demonstrations on sight to help you understand and learn how to make local arts and crafts. 

Barunga Festival

Barunga is a closed community in the Northern Territory that you usually need a permit to enter, but for three days they open up to the world to celebrate life in Katherine's remote Indigenous communities. With a jam-packed program featuring storytelling circles, art and bush medicine workshops, and some of Australia's best First Nations musicians, Barunga Festival is a wonderful opportunity to connect with the vibrant community.

Darwin Festival 

Promising to give you a real taste of the Northern Territory, the Darwin Festival brings together a myriad of performances, shows, concerts, and exhibitions for you to enjoy. From comedy shows to art galleries, this bubbling festival will have you wanting to come back again and again and again.

Public holidays that may impact travel include:

Australia Day

  • King's Birthday

Please note dates of  Australia's public holidays  may vary

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Further reading

Australia travel faqs, do i need a covid-19 vaccine to join an intrepid trip.

Trips from 1 January 2023 onwards

From 1 January 2023, Intrepid will no longer require travelers to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19 (excluding all Polar trips and select adventure cruises).

However, we continue to strongly recommend that all Intrepid travelers and leaders get vaccinated to protect themselves and others.

Specific proof of testing or vaccination may still be required by your destination or airline. Please ensure you check travel and entry requirements carefully.

What's the weather like in Australia?

The weather in Australia varies depending on where in the country you are. For example, winter in Victoria and Tasmania tends to be very cold (around the 50 °F -60 °F mark), whereas, if you head further north to the Northern Territory and Queensland, temperatures in the winter months are much nicer (usually around 65 °F -77 °F ).

This pattern also applies to summer, where the southern states tend to experience lower temperatures (but still warm), while the northern and western states are warmer, with temperatures reaching as high as 100 °F +.

Do I need a visa to travel to Australia?

All foreign nationals require a visa to enter Australia – excluding passport holders from  New Zealand  who can enter Australia without a visa.

Passport holders from 34 countries are eligible to apply for the Electronic Travel Authority (ETA/601), which permits multiple entry to Australia for up to three months within a 12-month period. 

All other foreign nationals will need to apply for a visitor visa (600). This permits stays of up to 12 months with the option to apply for single or multiple entry.

Learn more information about Australian tourist visas on the Australian Department of Home Affairs website

Last updated: 28 June 2023

Is tipping customary in Australia?

Tipping isn’t mandatory in Australia; however, rounding up the bill or leaving spare change is common practice. Restaurant staff, taxi drivers and other service workers welcome tips for good service.

What is the internet access like in Australia?

Internet access is widely available in most parts of Australia, with internet cafes and Wi-Fi hot spots commonly found in urban areas. Please note that internet access won’t be available in Outback and remote areas.

Can I use my cell phone while in Australia?

Cell phone coverage is excellent in most parts of Australia, especially in large cities and urban areas. Remote, rural and mountainous places may have limited to no coverage, so be aware of this before venturing away from the city. Ensure global roaming is activated before leaving your home country if you want to use your cell phone, or you can purchase a sim card when you arrive. The provider that will have coverage in the majority of Australia is Telstra, secondly Optus and then Vodafone. A hot tip – when you are in remote areas and don’t have cell phone signal, turn your phone to flight mode which will conserve battery and prevent your phone from using data trying to search for internet signal.

What are the toilets like in Australia?

Western-style flushable toilets are the norm in Australia, and many of our campsites have proper facilities with flushing toilets. In remote areas such as the Kimberley, there is no established plumbing and therefore we have installed ‘drop toilets’. Some campsites we use are managed by the National Parks and have either eco-toilets or drop toilets, most of which are maintained regularly.

Can I drink the water in Australia?

Drinking water from taps in Australia is considered safe, unless otherwise marked. For environmental reasons, try to use a refillable water bottle rather than buying bottled water.

Are credit cards accepted widely in Australia?

Credit cards are widely accepted by shops, restaurants and cafes in Australia. Smaller establishments may only accept cash or require a minimum purchase for credit card use, so be sure to carry enough cash for smaller purchases.

What is ATM access like in Australia?

ATMs are commonly found in large cities and regional towns in Australia. ATM access will be very limited in remote areas so be aware of this before heading into national parks or the Outback.

Do I need to purchase travel insurance before traveling?

Absolutely. All passengers traveling with Intrepid are required to purchase travel insurance before the start of their trip. Your travel insurance details will be recorded by your leader on the first day of the trip. Due to the varying nature, availability and cost of health care around the world, travel insurance is very much an essential and necessary part of every journey.

For more information on insurance, please go to: Travel Insurance

Who are the First Nations people of Australia?

There are two distinct groups of First Nations peoples in Australia - Aboriginal Australians and Torres Strait Islander people - both of which have lived on this land for centuries. While there are only two Indigenous groups, there's actually a wide range of language and location communities that are made up of Aboriginal Australians and Torres Strait Islander people including the Adnyamathanha people of the Flinders Ranges (Aboriginal Australians) and the Badu people from the Near Western Group (Torres Strait Islander people). 

Is Australia LGBTQIA+ friendly?

Australia is a safe destination for LGBTQIA+ travelers thanks to its anti-discrimination laws, diverse population and welcoming culture. There are many LGBTQIA+ friendly neighborhoods and establishments across the country, as well as a wide variety of Pride events. 

What's the transport like in Australia?

Intrepid believes half the fun of experiencing a new country is getting there, and getting around once there! Where possible, Intrepid uses local transport options and traditional modes of transport - which usually carry less of an environmental impact, support small local operators and are heaps more fun. Depending on which trip you're on while in Australia, you may even find yourself traveling overland. 

Overland tours

Australia is a big place – like, huge.   Overland tours   involve a lot of time on the road covering long distances, and sometimes the landscape can be pretty barren, so bring a book or some tunes to keep you company.

What's the accommodation like in Australia?

Traveling with Intrepid is a little bit different. We endeavor to provide travelers with an authentic experience to remember, so we try to keep accommodation as unique and traditional as possible.

When traveling with us in Australia you may find yourself staying in a:

Our lodge accommodation is located outside major cities, such as near the entrance to a National Park, and has its own amenities such as a restaurant or dining room. Lodges are comfortable places to stay and offer a good night's rest after a day spent exploring the natural beauty of Australia. 

Permanent Tented Campsite

There's no need to put up your tent when you spend the night in a Permanent Tented Campsite. You'll have a roof over your head and will bunk down on sleeper mats on the ground or stretcher (camp) beds, with access to a toilet/shower block. Tent sizes can vary depending on the trip you're on and the location you're visiting. Some of our permanent tented campsites are a little bit fancy, others are very simple. Sometimes you'll be sharing a tent with others in your group. 

Our bush camping experiences are as diverse as Australia itself. Some offer swag camping under cover or under the twinkling stars. You could be sleeping in a tent with access to simple toilet or shower amenities or you might not have access to a shower at all. However, the scenery at these magical spots makes it worth going without a bath for a day or so. Sometimes a trip has participatory camping where everyone pitches in to help. Other times, a staff member is on hand to look after things like cooking. 

We provide accommodation at a wide variety of hotels around Australia. Some are quite upmarket, others less so, but all of them offer a comfortable stay and ensuite facilities. 

We use hostels on some trips which means your bed could be in a twin room or a shared dorm room. Some of these rooms come with their own facilities while others have share facilities. 

How do I stay safe and healthy while traveling?

From Australia?

Go to: Smart Traveller

From Canada?

Go to:  Canada Travel Information

From the UK?

Go to:  UK Foreign Travel Advice

From New Zealand?

Go to:  Safe Travel

From the US?

Go to:  US Department of State

The World Health Organisation also provides useful health information.

What is it like traveling on a small group tour?

Whether you’re a seasoned traveler or you’re about to embark on your first trip, traveling can be as intimidating as it is exciting. That's the beauty of a small group tour. From handling the logistics and organizing amazing cultural activities to local leaders who know each destination like the back of their hand (like which street has the best markets and where to get the most authentic food), traveling on a small group tour with Intrepid will give you unforgettable travel experiences without the hassle that comes with exploring a new place. Plus, you'll have ready-made friends to share the journey with. All you have to do is turn up with a healthy sense of adventure and we’ll take care of the rest.

Does my trip to Australia support The Intrepid Foundation?

Yes, all Intrepid trips support the Intrepid Foundation. In fact, we make a donation on behalf of every traveler. Trips to Australia directly support our foundation partners, Blue Carbon Lab, Greening Australia and WWF-Australia.  Intrepid will double the impact by dollar-matching all post-trip donations made to The Intrepid Foundation.

Blue Carbon Lab

Blue Carbon Lab is helping to mitigate climate change by restoring and protecting blue carbon in coastal wetlands. We've already lost 65% of wetlands globally, and multiple impacts, including urban development, agriculture, industry, and more, threaten these crucial blue-carbon ecosystems. Donations from our trips help Blue Carbon Lab to restore the natural coastal wetland areas in Victoria, Australia. 

Find out more or make a donation   

Greening Australia

Greening Australia is taking action to rebuild resilient ecosystems across Australia, from the warm waters of the Great Barrier Reef to the cool island ark of Tasmania. Donations from our trips help them tackle Australia's complex environmental challenges through large on-ground restoration projects and innovative research initiatives that help scale their impact.  

Find out more or make a donation

Country Needs People

Country Needs People support Indigenous land and sea management in Australia. Donations help them empower Indigenous communities to rehabilitate and protect places of significance on land and sea using traditional knowledge paired with modern technology.

Intrepid will double the impact by dollar-matching all post-trip donations made to The Intrepid Foundation.

Does my Intrepid trip include airfare?

While our Intrepid trips include many modes of transport, from tuk-tuks to overland vehicles, bullet trains and feluccas, airfare to and from your home country is not included in your tour package.

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Escorted Australia 2025

Mar 21, 2025 - Apr 5, 2025

March 21 - April 5, 2025

Escorted by brett isaacson, president & owner.

Join Friendship Tours as we embark on a spectacular adventure in the Land Down Under - AUSTRALIA! President & Owner of Friendship Tours, Brett Isaacson, along with local expert guides will lead the way on this land tour to explore this amazing continent.

Discover the rich culture and awe-inspiring scenery of Australia. Considered one of the most unique destinations on earth, this land tour of Australia offers one-of-a-kind experiences from cosmopolitan cities to rainforests to the Great Barrier Reef. You will see some of the world’s most scenic landscapes & amazing animal life. This exclusive trip is limited to 30 travelers and will be an immersive experience through Australia!


  • Sydney (4 nights): Blue Mountains National Park - Tour of iconic Sydney Opera House - Bondi Beach - Royal Botanic Garden - Dinner Cruise in Sydney Harbor
  • Ayers Rock (2 nights): Ayers Rock Sunset & Sunrise Viewings - Dot Painting Indigenous Art Workshop - Field of Lights Exhibition with Dinner
  • Cairns (3 nights): Kuranda Rainforest - Skyrail Cableway - Army DUCK tour - Kuranda Railway - Full Day Great Barrier Reef adventure with catamaran
  • Melbourne (4 nights): Phillip Island - Koala Habitat - Penguin Parade - KaBloom: Field of Flowers - Yarra Valley - Aboriginal Talk - Royal Botanical Gardens

TOUR DURATION: 16 Days For Detailed brochure, click here: Australia Flyer

To Make a Reservation or for More Information, call Friendship Tours 860-243-1630 / 800-243-1630 and ask for Barb.

australia land tours 2025

16 Day(s) | 24 Meals

Days 0: Fly to Sydney - (Fri, March 21 & Sat., March 22) Motorcoach transportation from CT to Boston for flights to Sydney. Board flight on evening of Fri., March 21 and cross the International Date Line. Arrive in Sydney on Sun., March 23. Day 1: Welcome to Australia! (Sun., March 23) Welcome to Sydney, a vibrant metropolis nestled along Australia's southeastern coast. Upon arrival at Sydney International Airport, clear Immigration and Customs and then be greeted by your guide for a short orientation tour of the city. Enjoy a 2-course lunch before checking in at the luxurious Sofitel Sydney Wentworth, situated in the heart of Sydney's shopping and business district. This evening, savor a welcome 3-course dinner with a glass of wine at a local restaurant close to the hotel, and unwind in the comfort of your accommodations. L, D

Day 2: Blue Mountains Excursion (Mon., March 24) Embark on an unforgettable journey to the Blue Mountains, a World Heritage-listed region renowned for its breathtaking landscapes and rich biodiversity. Accompanied by your guide, explore Blue Mountains National Park, marveling at its towering cliffs, lush forests, and iconic rock formations such as the Three Sisters. Experience the thrill of Scenic World's attractions, including the Scenic Railway, Cableway, and Skyway, offering unparalleled views of the surrounding scenery. Enjoy a 2-course lunch at Lookout Echo Point before visiting Featherdale Wildlife Park, where you can have your photo taken with a koala. See native Australian animals such as koalas, kangaroos, and wombats. En route back to the city, pass by Homebush Bay, the site of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. The evening is yours to explore Sydney at your leisure and dine at a restaurant of your choice. B, L

Day 3: Sydney City Tour - Bondi Beach (Tue, March 25) Today, immerse yourself in the vibrant culture and rich history of Sydney with a guided city tour. Begin by exploring the historic Rocks area, followed by visits to Hyde Park, St Mary's Cathedral, and Parliament House. Enjoy a guided tour of the iconic Sydney Opera House, marveling at its architectural brilliance and cultural significance. Next, venture to Mrs Macquarie's Chair for magnificent views of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. Then proceed to the picturesque Bondi Beach. Take in the stunning coastal scenery and soak up the laid-back atmosphere of this world-famous destination. Lunch is on your own at Bondi, providing an opportunity to sample local cuisine at one of the beachfront eateries. In the evening, explore the vibrant dining scene around Circular Quay before returning to the hotel. B

Day 4: Sydney Royal Botanic Garden & Dinner Cruise Sydney Harbour (Wed., March 26) Begin your day with a guided highlights tour of the Royal Botanic Garden, a serene oasis nestled in the heart of Sydney. Accompanied by a local guide, explore the garden's diverse collection of national and international plants, including rare and threatened species. Take in the beauty of nature as you stroll through themed garden areas and learn about the garden's rich history dating back to its establishment in 1816. Afterwards, enjoy some free time to further explore Sydney at your leisure. In the evening, embark on a memorable dinner cruise aboard the Captain Cook fleet, offering panoramic views of Sydney Harbour. Indulge in a delicious 4-course à la carte dining experience accompanied by a glass of wine as you sail past iconic landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. B, D

Day 5: Yulara - Sunset Viewing of Ayers Rock (Thu, March 27) Depart from Sydney Airport for domestic flight to the remote town of Yulara, located in the south of Australia's Northern Territory. Serving as a gateway to the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Yulara offers a comfortable base for exploring the sacred world heritage site of Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock. Upon arrival, meet your driver-guide and transfer to Desert Gardens Hotel, offering stunning views of Uluru. In the evening, experience the mesmerizing beauty of Uluru at sunset from the designated viewing platform. As the sun sets behind the horizon, witness the rock's transformation from pinkish hues to vibrant shades of orange and red. Enjoy dinner at one of the nearby restaurants or dine at the hotel's in-house restaurant before retiring for the night. B

Day 6: Yulara - Sunrise Viewing of Ayers Rock / Field of Lights Dinner (Fri, March 28) Rise early for a sunrise viewing of Uluru from the Talinguru Nyakunytjaku viewing platform. Marvel at the captivating spectacle as the first light gently embraces the desert landscape, offering unparalleled photo opportunities. Learn about the cultural significance of Uluru from your driver-guide as you explore the base of the rock, visiting sites such as the Mutitjulu waterhole and the Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Center. Continue your cultural immersion with a 90-minute Dot Painting Workshop with Maruku, where you'll learn about traditional indigenous art and create your own artwork to cherish. Enjoy lunch at your leisure before indulging in the Field of Lights Dinner, a unique culinary experience set against the backdrop of illuminated desert landscapes. After dinner, take a self-guided walk through the mesmerizing Field of Lights exhibition before returning to the hotel. B, D

Day 7: Cairns (Sat., March 29) Depart Ayers Rock Airport for your flight to Cairns. Cairns, once a quaint sugar-milling town, has blossomed into a bustling cosmopolitan city in North Queensland. Today, it stands as a vibrant hub for sailing, diving, and snorkeling, offering access to the breathtaking Great Barrier Reef and lush rainforests that envelop the region. Upon arrival, transfer to the Hilton Cairns Hotel, boasting a prime waterfront location and deluxe amenities. After settling in, enjoy dinner at the hotel. B, D

Day 8: Cairns - Skyrail - Kuranda Rainforest- (Sun, March 30) Start your day with breakfast at the hotel before embarking on an adventure through the lush rainforests of Cairns. Meet your guide and journey to Smithfield Station, where you'll board the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway. Glide over pristine rainforest canopy, stopping at two mid-stations for ranger-guided tours and breathtaking views. Upon arrival in Kuranda, explore the village and Heritage Markets at your leisure before visiting the Australian Butterfly Sanctuary, home to over 1,200 butterflies. Next, board a shuttle to Rainforestation Nature Park for a buffet lunch and an Army Duck Rainforest Tour, immersing yourself in the region's natural beauty and indigenous culture. Conclude your day with a scenic ride on the Kuranda Scenic Railway, winding through tropical mountains and lush valleys back to Cairns. Enjoy dinner on your own, exploring the town and Esplanade area. B, L

Day 9: Cairns - Great Barrier Reef (Mon, March 31) Prepare for an unforgettable day of exploration as you embark on a full-day Great Barrier Reef Cruise to the Outer Barrier Reef. Board the Ocean Spirit catamaran, setting sail for Michaelmas Cay, a pristine sand cay surrounded by fringing reef and teeming with migratory seabirds. Spend the day snorkeling in crystal-clear waters, cruising in a semi-submersible for a diver's view of the reef, watching the fish feeding presentation and observing the island's vibrant birdlife. For a more leisurely experience, relax on the beach or onboard Ocean Spirit’s spacious decks. The beach buggy shuttle will transfer you between the Ocean Spirit and the beach. Enjoy morning and afternoon tea and a hot and cold buffet lunch during this excursion. After disembarking from the day cruise, walk back to the hotel and reflect on your remarkable memories of your Great Barrier Reef adventure. B, L

Day 10: Melbourne (Tue, April 1) Board your flight from Cairns Airport to Melbourne. Welcome to the cultural heart of Australia, where the Yarra River meanders through a cityscape rich with gardens, culinary delights, and artistic treasures. After settling in at the luxurious Sofitel Melbourne On Collins, centrally located on prestigious Collins Street, you'll have free time to explore the vibrant Central Business District (CBD). Take advantage of the complimentary trams within the CBD to discover the city's eclectic mix of attractions, from the stunning Royal Botanic Gardens to the bustling Queen Victoria Market. Dinner tonight is at your leisure, offering the chance to sample Melbourne's renowned culinary scene. B

Day 11: Melbourne - Phillip Island - Koalas - Penguin Parade (Wed., April 2) Enjoy a leisurely morning before meeting your guide for a day of exploration. Your first stop is the Royal Botanic Gardens in Cranbourne, where the Australian Garden showcases the beauty and diversity of native flora across 35 acres of landscaped gardens. Continue your journey to Phillip Island, home to an array of wildlife and natural wonders. At the Koala Conservation Centre, stroll along treetop boardwalks for an up-close encounter with these iconic marsupials in their natural habitat. Then, visit The Nobbies, where boardwalks offer panoramic views of the rugged coastline and the chance to spot seals basking on Seal Rocks. Dinner on Phillip Island. As evening falls, head to Summerland Beach for the unforgettable Penguin Parade, as hundreds of Little Penguins waddle ashore to their burrows. After witnessing this magical spectacle, return to Melbourne for a restful evening. B, D

Day 12: Melbourne - KaBloom - Lotus Farm - Yarra Valley (Thu, April 3) Embark on a scenic journey today as we depart for the Dandenong Ranges and Yarra Valley with our guide. Our first stop is KaBloom - Fields of Fabulous Flowers, where you'll be enchanted by millions of flowers across five acres of stunning plantings in the picturesque Dandenong Ranges. Continue to the Blue Lotus Farm. Although the Lotus may not be in full bloom in April, the garden boasts an array of vibrant autumn flowers, including begonias, bougainvillea, and sunflowers. Afterward, we head to the renowned Yarra Valley, a region steeped in history and known for its wine production since the 19th century. Enjoy a wine tasting and lunch at a local winery before stopping at the Yarra Valley Chocolaterie & Ice Creamery to indulge in some delicious treats. Return to the hotel in the evening, where you're free to explore the Flanders Lane or dine at one of the many local Melbourne restaurants. B,L

Day 13: Melbourne - Aboriginal Talk - Botanic Garden - Skydeck - St Kilda (Fri, April 4) This morning, join your guide for a tour of Melbourne's cultural highlights. Begin with an Aboriginal talk led by experienced Koorie guides, offering insight into the indigenous history and significance of the Birrarung Wilam to the local Kulin peoples. Next, explore the Royal Botanical Gardens Victoria, a lush oasis in the heart of the city boasting over 23 collections of plants. Then, experience Melbourne from new heights at the Melbourne Skydeck, the Southern Hemisphere’s highest viewing attraction. We'll head to St. Kilda, Melbourne's seaside playground. Explore St. Kilda's attractions, including Luna Park, Acland Street, and Fitzroy Street, before returning to the hotel to freshen up. In the evening, enjoy a farewell 3-course dinner with a glass of wine at a local restaurant. B, D

Day 14: End of Itinerary (Sat., April 5) Transfer to Melbourne International Airport for your return flight home with amazing memories from the Land Down Under.


SINGLE- LAND PRICE (DOES NOT INCLUDE AIR) based on 20-30 travelers

*AIR TRAVEL: Air price is approximated at $2,200 economy class. Schedules and fares will be available Spring 2024. Friendship Tours can make your flight arrangements to travel from Boston to Sydney (SYD) with your tour escort, Brett Isaacson. Or, you may make your own flight arrangements to meet the group in SYD on March 23, 2025. Do not purchase your own air until you have been advised that the minimum number of travelers for this tour has been reached. This trip is based on a minimum of 20 travelers. International Flight arrangements are in addition to the LAND cost of this tour package. The 3 domestic flights within Australia are included in the cost of this trip (economy class).

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Marvels both natural and monumental astound throughout this "dreamtime" land down under... from the monolithic Ayers Rock (Uluru)... to a foodie tour in the multicultural melting pot of Sydney... to Australia's white-sailed landmark... and in the rainbow hues woven throughout the waters that make up the the Great Barrier Reef... the adventure begins here.

Sydney opera house, one of the world's most famous buildings... and more than just an opera house.

One of the most famous and recognizable structures dominating the skyline of iconic Sydney Harbour is the Sydney Opera House. With its striking modern expressionist design by Danish architect Jørn Utzon resembling a series of concrete "shells", it was completed in 1973 after nearly 15 years of construction, and has since become one of the world's most renowned buildings and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Not simply a single "opera house" as its name may imply, this major performing arts center houses numerous performance spaces including concert halls, theatres and recording studios, and is home to Opera Australia, the Australian Ballet, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and the Sydney Theatre Company.

Uluru (Ayers Rock) in the Outback

Aboriginal traditions and a natural wonder at uluru (ayers rock) in australia's "red centre".

Uluru (also known as Ayers Rock) is a massive red sandstone monolith rising dramatically out of the desert Outback (or "Red Centre") in Australia's Northern Territory, and is one of the country's most recognizable features and popular attractions. Sacred to the Pitjantjatjara Anangu, the local Aboriginal people of the region, Uluru is geologically classified as an inselberg (an "island mountain"); a UNESCO World Heritage Site and part of Australia's Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, it's a natural wonder that will take your breath away…

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With its iconic skyline comprising some of the 20th century's most innovative architecture, Australia's Sydney Harbour is perhaps the most recognizable urban waterfront on Earth. Two of the Harbour's most remarkable "residents" include the striking Sydney Harbour Bridge – the world's tallest steel arch bridge, opened in 1932 and dubbed "The Coathanger" by locals due to its shape – and the Sydney Opera House, one of the world's most distinctive buildings since its completion in 1973 and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. There's no better way to enjoy the Harbour's highlights than aboard a private evening cruise featuring a reception and dinner.

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Discover aboriginal traditions at tjapukai aboriginal cultural park in cairns.

Established in Cairns, Tropical North Queensland, in 1987, Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park has been sharing the authentic culture and traditions of the local Djabugay Aboriginal people for over three decades through performance, dance, cuisine and the arts. On your visit, you may learn how to "shake a leg" by joining in traditional performances, make fire without a matchstick, and create the haunting sounds of the didgeridoo.

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Whitehaven Beach in the Whitsunday Islands

Australia family tour: Sydney, national parks & Great Barrier Reef

Stay in some lovely two bedroom apartments suitable for the family.

Visit the scenic Blue Mountains and keep your eyes peeled for kangaroos.

4x4 excursion to Rainbow Beach.

Take a reef trip on the Great Barrier Reef.

14 days from $4,470pp

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Melbourne city and Yarra River

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Sample some of Australia's finest wines in the Barossa Valley.

Drive along the dramatic Great Ocean Road west of Melbourne.

Join a walking tour of Melbourne's hidden laneways.

Hike through the beautiful Blue Mountains to the west of Sydney.

Enjoy a surfing lesson on Bondi Beach.

18 days from $4,985pp

Kata Tjuta, Central Australia

Highlights of Australia — city, outback & reef

Dive into Melbourne's vibrant arts scene and quaint laneways, brimming with coffee culture.

Experience Sydney's iconic Opera House and stunning harbour views on a lunch cruise.

Walk the sacred grounds of Uluru at sunset, embracing the heart of the Outback.

Snorkel on the Great Barrier Reef, witnessing a kaleidoscope of marine life.

Adventure through the UNESCO-listed Daintree Rainforest, exploring ancient flora and unique wildlife.

13 days from $9,450pp

Launceston City Dock

Classic Tasmania self-drive tour

Browse the Salamanca Markets in Hobart for local arts and crafts, surrounded by the historical harbor buildings.

Cruise the Gordon River and take in the local flora, fauna and convict history.

Get up close to the elusive Tasmanian Devils at Cradle Mountain National Park.

Walk to the Wineglass Bay lookout in Freycinet National Park and take your own pictures of one of Australia's most photographed beaches.

10 days from $3,270pp

Kalbarri National Park

Western Australia's Coral Coast

Marvel at the spectacular marine life including manta rays, whale sharks and turtles.

Explore the historic town of Fremantle, with its convict jails, whaling ships and old taverns.

Take a sunset walk along a deserted beach.

Explore the national parks to view canyons and dramatic rock formations.

13 days from $3,700pp

Barossa Valley

South Australia's wine, wildlife & outback self-drive

Explore Kangaroo Island.

Visit the lesser visited Fleurieu Peninsula.

Enjoy stays in both the Clare and Barossa Valley.

Take a scenic flight over the Flinders Ranges.

Stay in the beautiful Flinders Ranges Outback.

9 days from $4,190pp

Brays Beach, Byron Bay

By the beach

Visit Sydney's stylish city beaches.

Explore the national parks and chalky white sand of Jervis Bay.

Sample wines from the Hunter Valley.

Enjoy a food tour of the Byron Bay region.

13 days from $4,440pp

Kangaroos at Lucky Bay, Cape Le Grand National Park

Southwest Australia — beaches, wine & wildlife

Take an exhilarating helicopter flight over Esperance's Pink Lake and Cape Le Grand National Park.

Sample fabulous local wines and enjoy pristine beaches in the Margaret River region.

Wander through towering ancient karri forests in Pemberton.

Experience ancient Aboriginal culture deep underground in the Ngilgi Caves.

Explore historic Fremantle, with its craft breweries, vibrant markets and UNESCO-listed Fremantle Prison.

13 days from $4,495pp

Aboriginal rock art, Kakadu National Park

Aboriginal Australia tour: Darwin to Adelaide

Shop at the Mindi Beach craft markets.

See first-hand the stunning rock art of Arnhem Land.

Take a cruise on the Yellow Waters in the Kakadu National Park and see a plethora of birdlife here.

Experience Kata Tjuta at sunrise and Uluru at sunset and simply absorb the beauty of this unique part of the world.

11 days from $4,995pp

Seals at Seal Bay, Australia

Wine & wildlife — Australia’s ultimate safari

Discover the native wildlife of Kangaroo Island.

Learn the history of South Australia’s world-famous wine regions.

Explore the beautiful Flinders Ranges Outback.

Meet the inquisitive local quokkas of Rottnest Island.

Swim with whale sharks or humpback whales on the Ningaloo Reef.

Discover wine, food and arts in the world-renowned Margaret River region.

17 days from $8,340pp

Wilpena pound, Flinders Ranges

Coast, outback & reef, the eco friendly way

Explore the Australian Outback and Flinders Ranges.

Experience the Great Barrier Reef from Pumpkin Island.

Marvel at the passing scenery on the iconic Indian Pacific train.

Be a sustainable traveler and minimize your impact on the environment.

22 days from $8,735pp

Margaret River Vines

Australia's great walks: Tasmania & Western Australia

Explore Hobart’s weird and wonderful Museum of Old and New Art, before embarking on a privately guided tour of the experimental vineyard on site.

Visit Maria Island on a guided four-day walk, home to an astonishing abundance of wildlife and diverse natural beauty.

Explore quirky Fremantle, where rickety wooden buildings juxtapose hip new boutiques and eateries.

Discover the towering karri forests, premium wineries, pristine coastline and diverse wildlife of the Cape to Cape Track.

Experience an exhilarating seaplane flight over Rottnest Island, home of the famous quokka and some of Australia’s best beaches.

15 days from $9,220pp

Port Douglas

Luxury Australia family expedition

Experience a sunrise over Melbourne in a hot air balloon.

Cruise through the world's oldest living rainforest, looking for crocodiles.

Snorkel with tropical fish on the Great Barrier Reef.

Paddle through the Australian Everglades.

Enjoy a private family surf lesson on the iconic Bondi Beach.

14 days from $9,995pp

Uluru, Central Australia

Australia & New Zealand uncovered

Explore Sydney's iconic highlights.

Watch the sunset over the magnificent Uluru/Ayers Rock.

Snorkel the turquoise waters of the Great Barrier Reef.

Explore New Zealand's rugged and mountainous landscape.

Visit world-famous wineries in the Blenheim winelands.

Cruise the beautiful Doubtful Sound.

20 days from $11,900pp

Longreach Bay, Rottnest Island

Western Australia's ultimate wildlife journey

Explore the vibrant city of Perth on a private walking tour.

Meet the inquisitive local quokkas on Rottnest Island.

Dive with whale sharks or humpback whales on the Ningaloo Reef.

Hike a stunning section of the Cape to Cape Track stopping for a gourmet four-course lunch.

Stay in some of the finest accommodation that Western Australia has to offer.

11 days from $13,105pp

Silver Muse in Sydney Australia

Sydney to Auckland voyage with Silversea Cruises

Enjoy fantastic service and full board in a luxurious Club Veranda Suite on Silversea Cruises.

Visit many of New Zealand's key highlights, and a few key destinations in Australia, during your 16-day cruise.

Get to know Sydney through the eyes of a local as well as tours of its main icons: Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House.

Take in a Maori performance and shared full day tour from Auckland.

21 days from $16,415pp

Kimberley cruise, True North

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Discover the remote Kimberley Coast on a ten-night luxury cruise with Coral Expeditions.

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Australia: City to Surf (8 Days)

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Sydney to Brisbane – 8 Day Boutique Comfort Tour

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Sydney to Cairns - 14 Day Boutique Comfort Tour

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Tastes of Southern Australia (2024/2025, 11 Days)

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Amazing time, had an absolute blast! I will 100% be doing another tour. Val was a great tour guide, and helped me with every question I had.
Amazing experience, everything ran smoothly, and I couldn’t recommend it any more than - DO IT! Best time of my life on this tour, action packed days and it was so good to see different parts of Sydney and the wider area you might not have normally. Great value for money!
As far as tours go, it's great to have others to enjoy with. Wake Up was a nice hostel with a great breakfast included the first day. That day I chose to take the ferry to Manly where our tour guide Georgia showed us shopping, the beach, and this great acai bowl restaurant. From Sydney we took the 9 hour train ride to surf x camp in arrawara. The teepee I slept in was so cool. The surf lesson was great...but we only had less than 1 hour surfing in the water, if we wanted more we had to pay more, in the afternoon we went for a walk along the beach with some local indiginous people to learn about the plants of the area and try some, we stopped at the campground to find kangaroo. The food at surf X was good. surf x still hasn't sent us the link for the surfing photos though. Byron Bay is a great surf town, although I didn't surf Wake Up had free surfboards available...I had purchased the option to kayak with dolphins and didn't feel like surfing after that. the town had lots of little shops and restaurants and a walk to the lighthouse and furthest easterly point in Australia. The next day we went to Brisbane, after a koala bushwalk where we didn't see koala. In Brisbane check out Southbank and Queen street after dark.

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Here are all the biggest concerts, tours and festivals coming to Australia in 2025

Childish Gambino, Billie Eilish, NIKI and more are gearing up for shows in Australia

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2024 has already been a mammoth year for new music in Australia, with fans treated to new albums from some of the biggest stars both at home and abroad. Thankfully, the busy release schedule has translated to an equally stacked touring calendar, as the first half of 2024 alone saw everyone from SZA to Fred Again.. and Bring Me The Horizon head Down Under for unmissable shows. Find more info on 2024 concerts and tours in Australia here.

As the upcoming year proves, these acts were merely a taste of the greatness yet to come. If you thought this year’s touring calendar was bustling, then it’s time to purchase a new diary, with hot-ticket events filling out much of 2025. From the massive stadium tours of international pop acts to the long-awaited return of star-studded festivals, here’s our rolling list of all the biggest concerts, tours and fests hitting Australia throughout 2025.

Here are the concerts, tours and festivals coming to Australia in 2025:

You Me At Six Dates: January 24 – January 31

In what will mark their final Australian tour, beloved British rockers You Me At Six will bring their farewell tour to Brisbane , Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth. News of the two-date run comes off the announcement of You Me At Six’s split after 20 years as a band, and fans will get their final fix with a decades-spanning, two-hour setlist.Holding Absence will join You Me At Six for their Australian shows.

Find tickets for You Me At Six’s 2025 Australia tour here.

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Childish Gambino: The New World Tour Dates: February 1 – February 11

Fresh off the surprise release of ‘Atavista’ – a reimagination of his 2020 album ‘ 3.15.20.’  – Childish Gambino has locked in a string of Australian shows for February. Joined on all dates by Amaarae , Donald Glover will perform at Brisbane Entertainment Centre (February 1), Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena (February 4) and Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne (February 7 and 8), concluding the run on February 11 at Perth’s RAC Arena.


Find tickets for Childish Gambino’s 2025 Australia tour here.

Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark (OMD): Greatest Hits Australia Tour Dates: February 12 – February 23

Heading Down Under for the first time since 1987, Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark will make their triumphant return in February. Celebrating their 45th anniversary, the electro-synth band’s seven-date tour will include a career-spanning setlist of both their ’80s hits and tracks from their most recent album, ‘Bauhaus Staircase’.

OMD kick off the tour at Perth’s Red Hill Auditorium on February 12, before two back-to-back shows at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney from February 15. OMD will then take to Adelaide Entertainment Centre on February 18, ahead of two sets at Melbourne’s Palais Theatre on February 20 and February 21. The final tour date is slated for February 23 at Brisbane’s Fortitude Music Hall.

Find tickets for Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark’s 2025 Australia tour here.

Billie Eilish: Hit Me Hard and Soft: The Tour Dates: February 18 – March 8

Fresh off her critically acclaimed third album ‘ Hit Me Hard and Soft ’, Billie Eilish will bring the namesake tour to Australia throughout February and March 2025. The anti-pop prodigy will perform three shows at Brisbane Entertainment Centre from February 18 to February 21, before embarking on a four-date run at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena from February 24 to February 28. Eilish rounds out her Australian tour with four shows at Melbourne’s ​Rod Laver Arena from March 4 to March 8.

The tour is sold out, but you can find info on Billie Eilish’s 2025 Australia tour here .

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Chris Stapleton: Chris Stapleton’s All-American Roadshow Goes Down Under Dates: February 25 – March 7

Chris Stapleton ’s debut Australian tour kicks off at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena with back-to-back shows from February 25, with additional dates slated for Brisbane Entertainment Centre on February 28 and March 1. Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena will then host the country star’s shows on March 4 and March 5. Stapleton’s All-American Roadshow has so far taken him to venues in Canada, the UK and the US, and comes off the back of his 2023 Grammy -nominated album, ‘Higher’. He’ll be joined on all dates by blues rocker Marcus King.

The tour is sold out, but you can find info on Chris Stapleton’s 2025 Australia tour here.

NIKI Dates: March 5 – March 13

As part of what will be her biggest headline tour to date, NIKI will embark on a four-date tour of Australia next March in support of her upcoming third studio album ‘Buzz’. While venues have not yet been announced, the Indonesian singer-songwriter has locked in dates for Perth (March 5), Brisbane (March 7), and Sydney (March 9), with a final show slated for Melbourne on March 13. ‘Buzz’, the follow-up to 2022’s ‘ Nicole ’, will arrive on August 9, and has spawned the single ‘Too Much Of A Good Thing’ .

Find info on NIKI’s 2025 Australia tour here.

Roxette: Roxette In Concert Dates: March 5 – March 16

It’s been nine years since Roxette last visited Australia, and the Swedish pop rockers are making up for lost time with a national Australian tour next March. Roxette will make their long-awaited return with a performance at Kings Park and Botanic Garden in Perth on March 5, before a show at Melbourne’s Margaret Court Arena on March 7. The following two nights, the duo will take to Sydney’s ICC Theatre (March 8) and Win Entertainment Centre in Wollongong (March 9), with Adelaide Entertainment Centre and Hobart’s MyState Bank Arena rounding out the jaunt on March 11 and March 13, respectively.

Roxette’s Australian tour also includes two shows as part of A Day On The Green 2025 , where they’ll take to the festival stage for dates in the Hunter Valley (March 15) and Mount Cotton (March 16). Roxette will be joined on all dates by Boom Crash Opera , with Jon Stevens sharing the stage for their A Day On The Green sets and the Perth show.

Find tickets for Roxette’s 2025 Australia tour here.

Cigarettes After Sex: X’s World Tour Dates: March 11 – March 17

Coming in support of their upcoming third studio album ‘X’s’, Cigarettes After Sex ’s Australian tour includes dates in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. The dream pop band will take to Rod Laver Arena for two nights on March 11 and 12, before two sold-out shows at the ICC Theatre in Sydney on March 14 and 15. Cigarettes After Sex will conclude the Australian run at Brisbane Entertainment Centre on March 17. ‘X’s’ – which has so far been previewed by singles ‘Tejano Blue’ and ‘Dark Vacay’ – is set for release on July 12, 2024.

Find tickets for Cigarettes After Sex’s 2025 Australia tour here.

CMC Rocks QLD 2025 Dates: March 21 – March 23

After a mammoth 2024 edition that featured sets from the likes of Lainey Wilson, Chris Young, and Casey Barnes , CMC Rocks QLD will continue its run as Australia’s biggest country music festival with a three-day event in March. The 2025 edition will return to its home of Willowbank Raceway in Ipswich, Queensland, promising a lineup of seasoned legends, rising stars and unmissable homegrown talent. CMC Rocks’ 2025 lineup will be revealed later this year.

Find info on CMC Rocks 2025 here.

Knotfest Australia 2025

Knotfest’s 2025 edition will include a headlining performance from festival creators Slipknot, who are marking their 25th anniversary . While official dates and venues for 2025 have yet to be announced, the 2024 edition was staged in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane in March with headliners Pantera , Lamb of God and Disturbed . Punters who had tickets to Knotfest 2024 will have exclusive access to the first release of tickets for Knotfest 2025, which is the festival’s third Australian edition, having made its debut Down Under in 2023 .

Stay up to date on Knotfest Australia 2025 here.

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American Airlines' Latest Sale Has Discounted Flights to Australia and New Zealand — When to Book

Escape winter by flying to the Southern Hemisphere for as low as $770 round-trip.

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American Airlines has discounted several flights to Australia and New Zealand this winter — the perfect time to visit when it’s summer in the Southern Hemisphere.

“Together with Qantas, we offer you a seamless, more rewarding travel experience to Australia and New Zealand,” American shared on its website . “Explore Australia’s Outback and New Zealand’s Fiordland. Visit world-famous Sydney Opera House or iconic Hobbiton.”

The sale, which ends on Tuesday, May 28, has the following nonstop routes to Auckland and Brisbane up for grabs:

  • Los Angeles (LAX) to Auckland (AKL): $770
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  • Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) to Brisbane (BNE): $970

The eligible sale flights will be operated by either American or Qantas and already include government taxes and fees in the ticket price. Travelers with American Airlines miles can also book these same flights for as low as 35,000 miles one-way or 70,000 miles round-trip.

Even better, there are plenty of available travel dates for later this year and into 2025, making this a great way for travelers to get to Australia or New Zealand on a budget. Sale flights to Auckland are available between January 28 and February 28, while flights to Brisbane can be booked for travel between October and December 4 and from January 28 to March 29. 

However, other travel dates and routes are available at higher prices, according to American. For instance, travelers can also fly between Los Angeles (LAX) and Sydney (SYD) this fall for $1,054 or Dallas (DFW) and Sydney (SYD) for $1,485. 

American Airlines operates a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner to operate some of its longest flights, and its economy seats are configured in a 3-3-3 configuration. Travelers may have the opportunity to upgrade to premium economy seats or business class after booking, which can help make the 17-plus hour flight more comfortable.

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9News can reveal the Melbourne Cricket Club is exploring the possibility of hosting a game in the 2025/26 season.

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The Rams and Philadelphia Eagles have developed a presence on these shores, but will not face-off in the 2025/26 season because of the way the NFL schedule works.

The Rams are the early preferred hosts due the proximity of LA to Melbourne. A direct flight operates between the two cities.

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There have been 50 regular-season international games in NFL history: 36 in London, six in Toronto, five in Mexico City, two in Munich, and one in Frankfurt.

It ' s understood the NFL is only keen to play international matches at the very best stadiums.

It ' s unclear whether other states would be given the option to bid for the opportunity to host a match.

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The MCC declined to comment when contacted, while Victorian Government spokesperson said: " As Australia ' s major events capital, we ' re always looking at new opportunities and events for our calendar. "

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International cricket takes over the ground in December and January, so the match would likely be played in October, 2025.

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Premier League pre-season friendlies, fixtures, results 2024: Summer tours, training in USA, Asia, Australia and more

Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United face each other in USA this summer; Chelsea play Wrexham and Real Madrid in California; see all English top-flight clubs' confirmed pre-season dates; Premier League 2024/25 season starts on weekend of August 17/18

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Premier League clubs are already making plans for the 2024/25 season by arranging pre-season friendlies across the globe.

Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool will renew rivalries in the USA this summer, while Tottenham face Bayern Munich twice in the space of a week.

Keep track below of all the friendly fixtures and results. This page will be updated as more clubs announce pre-season dates and confirm kick-off times.

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Which Premier League sides are going to the USA in summer 2024?

Several Premier League heavyweights are heading to the States.

Arsenal will play Manchester United and Liverpool in Los Angeles and Philadelphia respectively in July, while Chelsea will take on Manchester City in Columbus and have also lined up friendlies against Wrexham and Real Madrid.

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Aston Villa, Crystal Palace, Wolves and West Ham are also heading to the US for warm-up games.

Premier League pre-season friendlies - confirmed dates so far

July 27: Arsenal vs Man Utd - SoFi Stadium, Los Angeles (kick-off 1am July 28 UK time) July 31: Arsenal vs Liverpool - Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, kick-off 7pm local time (12.30am August 1 UK time)

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July 17: Aston Villa vs Walsall - Bescot Stadium, kick-off 7.30pm July 27: Aston Villa vs Columbus Crew - Field, Ohio, kick-off 8pm local time (1am July 28 UK time) July 31: Aston Villa vs RB Leipzig - Red Bull Arena, New Jersey, kick-off 8pm local time (1am August 1 UK time) August 3: Aston Villa vs Club America - Soldier Field, Chicago, kick-off 4.30pm local time (10.30pm UK time) August 10: Aston Villa vs Borussia Dortmund - Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund, kick-off 4pm UK time

August 3 : Brentford vs Watford - Vicarage Road, kick-off 3pm August 9 : Brentford vs Wolfsburg - Gtech Community Stadium, kick-off 7.45pm

July 24: Kashima Antlers vs Brighton - National Stadium, Tokyo, kick-off 11am UK time July 28: Tokyo Verdy vs Brighton - National Stadium, Tokyo, kick-off 10.30am UK time August 3: QPR vs Brighton - Loftus Road, kick-off 3pm

July 24: Chelsea vs Wrexham - Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara July 27: Chelsea vs Celtic - Notre Dame Stadium, Indiana July 31: Chelsea vs Club America - Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta August 3: Chelsea vs Man City - Ohio Stadium, Columbus August 6: Chelsea vs Real Madrid - Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte

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July 31: Crystal Palace vs Wolves - Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Maryland, kick-off 8pm local time (1am August 1 UK time) August 3: Crystal Palace vs West Ham - Raymond James Stadium, Florida, kick-off 7pm local time (12am August 4 UK time)

August 10: Hoffenheim vs Fulham - PreZero Arena, Germany, kick-off 4pm UK time

July 27: Ipswich vs Fortuna Dusseldorf - Portman Road, 3pm

July 27: Liverpool vs Real Betis - Acrisure Stadium, Pittsburgh, kick-off 12.30am UK time July 31: Liverpool vs Arsenal - Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, kick-off 7pm local time (12.30am August 1 UK time) August 3: Liverpool vs Man Utd - Brice Stadium, South Carolina, kick-off 12.30am August 4 UK time

July 23: Man City vs Celtic - Kenan Stadium, Chapel Hill, N.C. July 27: Man City vs AC Milan - Yankee Stadium, New York July 30: Man City vs Barcelona - Camping World Stadium, Orlando August 3: Man City vs Chelsea - Ohio Stadium, Columbus

July 15: Man Utd vs Rosenborg - Lerkendal Stadion, Trondheim, kick-off 5pm UK time July 20: Man Utd vs Rangers - Scottish Gas Murrayfield, Edinburgh - kick-off 4pm July 27: Man Utd vs Arsenal - SoFi Stadium, Los Angeles, kick-off 1am July 28 UK time July 31: Man Utd vs Real Betis - Snapdragon Stadium, San Diego, kick-off 5am August 1 UK time August 3 : Man Utd vs Liverpool - Brice Stadium, South Carolina, kick-off 12.30am August 4 UK time

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May 22: Newcastle 1-1 Tottenham (Newcastle won 5-4 on penalties) - MCG, Melbourne July 20: QPR vs Tottenham - Loftus Road, kick-off 3pm July 27: Tottenham vs Vissel Kobe - National Stadium, Tokyo August 3: Tottenham vs Bayern Munich - Seoul World Cup Stadium, South Korea August 10: Tottenham vs Bayern Munich - Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, kick-off 5.30pm

July 27: West Ham vs Wolves - EverBank Stadium, Florida, kick-off 7pm local time (12am July 28 UK time) August 3: West Ham vs Crystal Palace - Raymond James Stadium, Florida, kick-off 7pm local time (12am August 4 UK time)

July 27: Wolves vs West Ham - EverBank Stadium, Florida, kick-off 7pm local time (12am July 28 UK time) July 31: Wolves vs Crystal Palace - Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, Maryland, kick-off 8pm local time (1am August 1 UK time)

When does the 2024/25 Premier League season start?

The 2024/25 Premier League season will start on the weekend on August 17/18 .

When are the 2024/25 Premier League fixtures released?

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Last year, Sky Sports confirmed its opening weekend picks for live coverage at the same time.

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From 2025, Sky Sports will broadcast a record minimum of 215 Premier League matches a season after finalising a new four-year agreement.

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