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Aussie City & Great Barrier Reef from $2,295*

  • 9 Days/ 7 Nights, Australia
  • Accommodation: Melbourne (3 Nights), Cairns (4)
  • Shuttle Transfers: Melbourne Airport to Accommodation (Return), Cairns Airport to Accommodation (Return)
  • International Flights: Los Angeles to Melbourne, Brisbane to Los Angeles
  • Australian Domestic Flights: Melbourne to Cairns, Cairns to Brisbane
  • US Domestic Flights: Are not included, but can be included on request
  • Free and Independent Travel (Not a Group Tour)
  • Customize with your choice of discounted day tours!

Man snorkeling at the Great Barrier Reef with sea turtle

Australia Reef, Outback and Sydney from $2,975*

  • 10 Days/ 8 Nights, Australia
  • Accommodation: Brisbane (2 Nights), Cairns (4), Uluru (Ayers Rock) (2), Sydney (1)
  • Shuttle Transfers: Ayers Rock Airport to Accommodation (Return)
  • International Flights: Los Angeles to Brisbane, Sydney to Los Angeles
  • Australian Domestic Flights: Brisbane to Cairns, Cairns to Ayers Rock, Ayers Rock to Sydney
  • US Domestic Flights: Are not included, but can be included on request
  • Free and Independent Travel (Not a Group Tour)
  • Customize with your choice of discounted add-on tour packages!

Aerial of Uluru credit Luke Tscharke

Melbourne, Reef and Sydney from $2,295*

  • 9 Days/ 7 Nights, Australia
  • Accommodation: Melbourne (2 Nights), Cairns (3), Sydney (2)
  • International Flights: Los Angeles to Melbourne, Sydney to Los Angeles
  • Australian Domestic Flights: Melbourne to Cairns, Cairns to Sydney
  • US Domestic Flights: Are not included, but can be included on request
  • Free and Independent Travel (Not a Group Tour)
  • Customize with your choice of discounted add-on tour packages!

Woman and man cruising on a boat on Sydney Harbour

Australia’s Best Nature, Wildlife & Cities from $3,145*

  • 14 Days/ 12 Nights, Australia
  • Accommodation: Brisbane (2 Nights), Cairns (3), Melbourne (2), Hobart (3), Sydney (2)
  • Shuttle Transfers: Brisbane Airport to Accommodation (Return), Cairns Airport to Accommodation (Return), Melbourne Airport to Accommodation (Return), Sydney Airport Accommodation (Return)
  • Day Tours: Sydney: Hop on Hop Off Sydney Cruise 2-Day Pass
  • International Flights: Los Angeles to Brisbane, Sydney to Los Angeles
  • Australian Domestic Flights: Brisbane to Cairns, Cairns to Melbourne, Melbourne to Hobart, Hobart to Sydney
  • US Domestic Flights: Are not included, but can be included on request
  • Free and Independent Travel (Not a Group Tour)
  • Customize with your choice of discounted add-on packages!

Man and woman looking out onto Hobart, Tasmania

Aussie Beach, Reef & City Essentials from $2,925*

  • 14 Days/ 12 Nights, Australia
  • Accommodation: Gold Coast (3), Cairns (3), Melbourne (3), Sydney (3)
  • Shuttle Transfers: Brisbane Airport to Gold Coast Accommodation (Return), Cairns Airport to Accommodation (Return), Melbourne Airport to Accommodation (Return), Sydney Airport Accommodation (Return)
  • Day Tours: Sydney Opera House Tour
  • International Flights: Los Angeles to Brisbane, Sydney to Los Angeles
  • Australian Domestic Flights: Cairns to Melbourne, Melbourne to Sydney
  • US Domestic Flights: Are not included, but can be included on request
  • Free and Independent Travel (Not a Group Tour)
  • Customize with your choice of discounted add-on packages!

Woman and man walking on a beach in Gold Coast while holding hands

COVID Travel Restrictions and Additional Costs

Australia COVID Travel Restrictions and Additional Costs

Sydney Harbor aerial

Questions about Australia’s COVID travel restrictions? We’re here for you! As specialists in travel to Australia, we are keeping up to date on all restrictions and providing our clients with the information they need to make their trip to Australia a reality.

Great news! Australia is making it easier to visit!

We will update this as often as possible, but please understand these are fluid and may change. Costs associated with travel requirements to Australia are not included in your itinerary unless specifically listed. We will update this information with approximate costs as we become aware of them.

Last Updated: 4/27/2022

Going to Australia

Starting April 18th, you will no longer need a pre-departure test to enter Australia. If you are one of the first to travel without a pre-departure test, please click here for more details.

Travelers are reminded that it is your responsibility to ensure you meet the requirements of the airline you are traveling with and any countries you transit through.

Here’s what you need to visit Australia

  • Proof of full vaccination
  • Complete Australia Travel Declaration 7 to 3 days before your flight. 
  • Required masking on the plane and in all Australian airports.
  • Rapid Antigen test within 24 hours of arrival and self-isolation until a negative result is received.
  • Valid visa to enter Australia

More Details

Stay up to date on Australia Travel Requirements, click here. To view a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), click here.

Proof of Full Vaccination -You will need to provide proof of vaccination in the form of a paper or digital certificate. If you have your paper card CDC vaccination card, you can use this to enter Australia. If you have lost your card or if you are interested in obtaining a verified digital certificate of your card to ensure you have a safe and secure back up, please click here to find out more information.  If possible, we do recommend a digital certificate for stress free travel. It will allow you to pull up your verified record in the event you lose your card while traveling. 

Are you considered fully up to date on your vaccines? If you’ve followed CDC guidelines, the answer is yes! If you have a more complicated story, click here to find out.

Digital Travel Declaration – All inbound travelers must complete an Digital Travel Declaration (DTD) at least 72 hours before to departure. This is a form that may be filled out online on your mobile device by downloading the Australia Digital Travel Declaration app from the App Store (Apple) or Google Play store (Android). You may also fill out the form online on a desktop computer here. When filling out the DTD, you will need to provide your contact details, declare your vaccination status, declare your last 14 days travel history, and acknowledge quarantine and testing requirements that apply when entering Australia.

When to Wear a Mask – You must wear a mask for the duration of your flight while traveling to Australia,, and in all Australian airports. A cloth or surgical mask is acceptable. You may remove your mask to eat and drink, or if directed by an airline or government official. Children ages 11 or younger and anyone with a medical condition that prevents them from wearing a mask and can provide a medical certificate as evidence do not need to wear a mask.

Testing on Arrival – Testing and quarantine requirements differ by state and territory, however most states require a Rapid Antigen COVID-19 test taken within 24 hours of your arrival. You must self-isolate until you receive a negative result from your test taken after your arrival. You can bring an at home test with you and take the test as soon as you arrive in Australia.

Testing and quarantine requirements differ by state and territory. To check if you will be subject to quarantine on arrival visit your local state or territory’s website:

Traveling with Children – Children under 12 are considered fully vaccinated, meaning they may travel without a vaccination. However, it is recommended that if your child is able to get vaccinated, that they do so before they travel. Children 12 years and older will need to meet the same testing requirements as adults.

For more information about restrictions and requirements to travel to Australia, click here. To view a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ), click here.

To Return to the USA

Stay up to date on USA travel restrictions: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/international-travel.html


Travel Agency Reviews

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Edward J Heffernan
fabulous job

I wasn't totally convinced that this would work out. But, it did. Darin Hendry did a fabulous job of making our trip perfect. I was worried- I didn't have to- he's a 5 star pro. We loved it all.

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Barbara Hickman
Ana Musgray hit the nail on the head!

Fabulous trip to Australia and New Zealand. We asked for photography opportunities-- landscape and wildlife and that's just what we got at a reasonable price. Ana was with us every step of the way to include during the trip, when a hotel owner thought we had unintentionally left things in a room. Amazing service-- friendly, efficient and spot on. Thank you to Ana and to the owner, Paul, too, for their minding reading abilities. :-)

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Kristine Johnson
Fantastic Trip

Through the entire trip I kept saying to Betty that I could not believe how smoothly everything was going. It was an amazing, stress free (due to your efforts) trip. The hotels in Cairns and Sydney could not have been more accommodating. The whole trip from beginning to end was just really stress free. Taxi’s to/from airports, airport personnel, etc. were just wonderful. You did an amazing job and I have recommended you/your company to my friends without hesitation.

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Carol Palo
Such a well rounded first class adventure

Virgin Australia made the lengthy flight enjoyable.The hotel, Breakfree, was in the heart of town, spacious clean comfortable room and front desk staff bent over backwards to assist us with all kinds of requests. The tours were informative and fun. We had time to do a few things on our own, like having dinner at the top of Sydney tower our last night. On the Blue Mountain tour, we even had an impromptu chance to spot an emu in a large field and wound up feeding him apples from our hands. I(...)

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