Uluru – The Dramatic Red Centre
Called the Heart of the Nation, the ‘Red Centre’ is an arid, dramatic, vast land of extremes and home of Uluru (Ayers Rock) Australia’s spectacular monolith. Discover geological wonders such as Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), Kings Canyon and more. Walk around the base of this huge monolith, view a magnificent sunrise and discover its significance to the Aboriginal people.
Ahh Sydney – where do we start? The sparkling natural harbour, the famous Opera House and the countless, pristine beaches make it a destination that has to be seen to be believed. Although a renowned tourist mecca, if you keep digging you will uncover some of the secrets that make this city truly stand out from the rest. Sydney lies halfway along Australia’s east coast and is readily accessible by all methods of transport.
Reef and Rainforest
Discover one of the most beautiful regions of Australia, north of Cairns. Here, at the meeting point of an ancient rainforest and the Earth’s largest living coral structure you will slow to a unique rhythm found only in Tropical North Queensland. Based in the central port of Cairns, a highlight includes swimming and snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef.
Queenstown, New Zealand
Queenstown is one of the most inspirational destinations in the world. Sophisticated and cosmopolitan, adventurous, and innovative and welcoming. Surrounded by majestic mountains and nestled on the shores of crystal-clear Lake Wakatipu. Enjoy a quintessential Kiwi experience with a delicious gourmet BBQ buffet meal and a farm demonstration in a stunning lakeside setting.