The world’s largest island is an utterly unique destination. You won’t see landscapes or wildlife quite like Australia’s anywhere else in the world. Let me put it simply, seeing Ayers rock at sunset should be on everybody’s bucket list! We offer escorted tours and cruises that will allow you to take in a large number of must-see attractions over the course of a two or three week holiday.
Many of the tours concentrate on getting you to the most popular sites. For instance, the highlights of the Australia tour will take you to the cosmopolitan city of Melbourne, infamous outback town, Alice Springs, the Great Barrier Reef in Cairns and finish up with a few days spent admiring the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. A few days soaking up the sun on Bondi Beach will be included too!
Other tours concentrate on particular areas. You can travel the Great Ocean Road which will take you through groves of eucalyptus trees. Here you’re likely to see koalas in the wild as well as a number of beautiful coastal towns. You can also travel from Darwin to Adelaide as well as taking in Ayers Rock, Uluru, Kings Canyon and the Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory. Of course, these tours concentrate on the more populated west coast of Australia, but there is a vibrant city across the country, in the East as well. Perth has an altogether different vibe and is well worth a visit.
If you’d like to tour Australia and experience incredible beaches, mountains, rainforests and deserts, not to mention soak up the atmosphere of some thoroughly modern cities, please give our team at Aspen travel a call. They’ll be able to ensure that you take a tour which gets you to all the places you want to see.
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