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Melbourne: City Tour & Yarra Valley; Cairns: Great Barrier Reef Cruise; Darwin & Kakadu National Park; The 'Red Centre'; Waitomo Caves; Rotorua: Whakarewarewa Thermal Reserve; Wellington: Te Papa Museum; Doubtful OR Milford Sound overnight cruise; Mt Cook scenic overflight
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Prices are in US Dollars (USD), before taxes (if applicable) - All pricing reflects per-person Land Only expenses, however, we can book flights from virtually every city. Please call us for an air quote.
|Start Date||End Date||Price||More Info|
|Tue 28 Oct 2014||Thu 27 Nov 2014||$11460||Last-minute Availability|
|Tue 10 Feb 2015||Thu 12 Mar 2015||$11460|
|Tue 27 Oct 2015||Thu 26 Nov 2015||$11460|
Optional Single Supplement: $2590 (number of singles limited).
This tour may require a mandatory single supplement charge of $1300, if twin-sharing accommodation is unavailable.
Lands of awe-inspiring vastness and incredible natural beauty, Australia and New Zealand are the consummate outsider destinations. We set down in Australia's second most populous city, stately Melbourne, to soak up the sights and sounds of the metropolis dubbed the cultural and sporting capital of the country and an urban centre that has been voted world's most liveable city numerous times. Combining a fascinating aboriginal and colonial history with quaint surroundings and cosmopolitan appeal, marvellous Melbourne serves as the perfect introduction to Australia. We explore the Yarra Valley, world-famous for its wineries, and stop off in charming, symmetrical Canberra and dazzling Sydney en route to experience a once-in-a-lifetime cruise around the Great Barrier Reef. Via the vast desert of the Red Centre, we make route for Ayers Rock and on to King's Canyon before ending this leg of the tour in Alice Springs. Across in New Zealand, we balance experiencing the country's incomparable natural beauty with learning about its history and exploring its cultural face. We spend time enjoying nature in Mount Cook National Park, perhaps the most stunning national park in New Zealand -- quite the feat considering the competition of spectacular nature across the country. Through UNESCO Heritage areas of towering peaks, glacier landscapes and verdant rainforest, we discover for ourselves the magic and majesty of New Zealand's topographical diversity and then it's on to the urban centres of Queenstown, Wellington and Auckland, where we get our cultural fix, learning about the country's contemporary society and its Maori roots.
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