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Vacation Deal | Australian Coasts, Wildlife & Food

  • Credit: Phillip Island Nature Park

11 Days Adelaide, Kangaroo Island, Melbourne & Tasmania from $1,999*

Highlights & Inclusions:
  • 11 Days/ 9 Nights, Australia
  • Accommodation: Adelaide (2 Nights), Kangaroo Island (1), Melbourne (3), Hobart (3)
  • International Flights – Los Angeles to Sydney, Melbourne to Los Angeles (Not included, but can be included upon request)
  • Australian Domestic Flights – Sydney to Adelaide, Adelaide to Melbourne, Melbourne to Hobart (Return)
  • Day Tours Included – Melbourne: Hidden Secrets Tour, Phillip Island & Penguin Parade Ultimate Eco Tour; Hobart: Bruny Island Traveller
  • Overnight Tour – 1 Day / 1 Night Kangaroo Island Exploration
  • Airport Transfers
  • Add-on more of Australia and save!

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To Book: 888-359-2877 (M-F, 8:30am-5pm CT USA)

Permitted US Departure Dates: Select Dates March 9 – December 15, 2018

Starting Price Reflects Travel during select dates, March 9 – 22 & April 22 – December 10, 2018.

Booking Code: ST-TA120

Deal Expires April 30, 2018

Add-on 3 Nights in Sydney from $399*

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Add-on 3 Nights in Cairns & 3 Nights in Sydney from $999*

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Rocky Coasts, Pristine Beaches, Incredible Islands, Amazing Wildlife and…

Just Wait Until You Taste the Food!

What do you dream of when you dream of your next vacation?  Do you want to witness the wonders of nature? Do you want to stare into the deep blue ocean as it crashes into a magnificent rocky shore?  Do you want to pat koalas, feed kangaroos and walk among sea-lions as they laze on the beach? Do you want to explore some of the world’s most livable cities, get to know the locals and sample their fair? Do you want to breathe the cleanest air in the world, taste the freshest seafood and enjoy a few glasses of great wine and/or whiskey along the way?

If you want to do it all, this package is for you!

Visit Melbourne

Photo by: Josie Withers, Courtesy of Visit Victoria

Arrive in Adelaide, where you’ll spend 2 nights in a 4-star hotel. Here you’ll find that fantastic food and wine is a way of life.  You’ll find unbeatable gourmet produce and regional charm at the Adelaide Central Market. The city boasts of great nightlife with many high-end, experimental and eclectic offerings throughout the city. On your free day you can enjoy this laid-back city or maybe take a tour of Barossa Valley. Home of Penfolds, Barossa is an internationally-recognized leader in wine production, especially Shiraz, Cabernet, Riesling and Chardonnay. Gourmet food can be found all over the valley. Some famous spots are Hentley Farm and Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop.

After Adelaide you’ll head to South Australia for Kangaroo Island. Tonight you’ll stay in a boutique 4-Star seaside hotel with very comfy beds! Be sure to try some of that Kangaroo Island honey!  While they have some really yummy honey ice cream at the ferry terminal, you can get a great deal on a big jar of honey at the Penneshaw IGA (on the block behind your hotel).

Get ready for an unforgettable Kangaroo Island guided exploration experience. This is a very special place, often described as a zoo without fences. Echidnas, platypuses, goannas, wallabies and kangaroos are both thriving and mesmerizing.  Half the native bushland on Kangaroo Island remains just as it was when British navigator Matthew Flinders put a name to this untamed wilderness in 1802.Remarkable Rocks South Australia

Following your Kangaroo Island adventure, you’ll arrive in Melbourne, the capital of Victoria. You’ll soon come to understand why Melbourne is constantly being named “The World’s Most Livable City”:

You’ll spend 3 nights in Australia’s most stylish city, with its passion for food & wine, vibrant arts scene and major events & festivals.

There’s something for everyone – every night of the week!

Your first day in Melbourne will be spent getting to know the city on a local-guided walking tour of the hidden laneways and arcades of the city. Discover hidden gems, unique shops, intimate bars and restaurants and inspiring murals that are tucked away in Melbourne’s alleyways you might’ve otherwise missed. Return to a spot that caught your eye for a delightful lunch of eclectic eats or a refreshing pint. You’ll soon be feeling like a Melbourne local yourself!

Koalas in the Wild | Australia Travel Deal | AboutAustralia.com

Photo by: Rob Blackburn, courtesy of Visit Victoria

After a restful night in your 4.5 star hotel, you’ll visit Phillip Island on a guided mid-sized group tour.  This jam packed day is full of quintessential Australia experiences!

Tasman Sea TasmaniaFrom Melbourne you’ll fly to Australia’s largest island and smallest state, Tasmania. Here you’ll stay at an award winning apartment style hotel with free WiFi! (This is rare in Australia, so when you get it you will be celebrating.) The free WiFi is nice, but while you’re in this pristine wonderland, you’ll likely not want to spend much time in your hotel. Get outside and breathe in the cleanest air in the world.  Surround yourself in world-class natural beauty!

We’ll get you started on day 9 of your adventure with a seven course, small-group gourmet tour to Bruny Island.  A perfect mix of Australia’s best qualities – amazing coastal landscapes, dense rainforests, rare wildlife and great food. This is a delicious day out where every course on the menu is a stop on your journey!

White Wallaby Tasmania

Photo by Tourism Tasmania & Nick Osborne

Bruny Island Traveler

Photo: Bruny Island Traveller

Your next day is free to do what you want in and around Hobart. Tucked beneath the magnificent Mount Wellington, the streets are lined with historic buildings and beautiful parks.  If you’re there on a Saturday, you can stroll the Salamanca Market, the iconic celebration of Tasmania’s unique culture, creative artisans, talented musicians and diverse producers.  Other options include a guided tour of kunanyi/Mount Wellington for fantastic views, a visit to Port Arthur Historic Site to learn about Tasmania’s sorted past or a visit to the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), the world’s most controversial private collections of modern art and antiquities.

As the sun sets on your final day in Hobart, you’ll look back on your Australian vacation filled with coastal experiences, Australian wildlife and great food with a smile on your face.

You traveled thousands of miles, visited 4 islands and 3 classy cities and it all ran like clockwork. Everything was taken care of, your hotels were amazing and you barely had to do any of the work!  As your Australian Travel Specialists, we’ll make sure this is a reality.

Let’s start planning your Australian Vacation today!


Still haven’t seen enough?

Australia is huge and will always leave you wanting more. With so much to experience and see, an additional stay in one of Sydney’s finest 4-star hotels may be just what you need. If you add-on an extra 2 nights, you can start your trip in beautiful Sydney and begin your vacation in paradise.

Sydney Harbour and Opera House

Photo: Sydney Harbour and Opera House

You’ve no doubt seen the quintessential picture of Sydney Harbour and the Sydney Opera House. This architectural marvel is famous the world over for its iconic design, but the inside is just as interesting. During your stay in Sydney you’ll tour the Opera House to view some of its performance halls and see the glass-enclosed foyer that offers incredible views of the Harbour. See up close the details that went in to the making of the Opera House while an expert guide gives you the inside scoop from the Opera House’s inception to final opening. Don’t forget – while the Opera House is an unmatched architectural spectacle, there are actual opera performances held there near daily! Optional tickets to see a performance are a great way to experience the Opera House in action. Though there are performances near daily, tickets do sell out FAST and it is best to purchase tickets ahead of time.

Sydney is never short on things to do and is home to many of Australia’s best museum’s, art galleries, and more. Take a day for yourself if you wish to just explore the city and let serendipity take over. You could end up finding yourself on a tour of Sydney’s wineries, checking out the local wildlife at the Sydney, or simply sitting back at one of many open air cafe’s and restaurants.

With all the legwork done for you, why travel any other way? From start to finish, your vacation should be effortless. Book your vacation now. Leave the work at work and the planning to us.

Round out your trip in tropical North Queensland

Great Barrier Reef Cairns

Great Barrier Reef, Cairns

Don’t miss your chance to see two amazing world heritage sites while you’re in Australia. Choose to add-on to your vacation and spend 3 nights in tropical paradise in Cairns. Cairns is a gateway to an Australian destination perhaps even more renowned than the Opera House – the Great Barrier Reef. Spend a day cruising out to the reef and don on snorkeling equipment to explore this incredible underwater wonderland. Don’t want to get in the water? No problem! See the reef from the comfort of a semi-submersible, a glass bottom boat or an underwater viewing observatory. On your free day in Cairns explore the local Marlin Jetty, Esplanade and Night Markets.

Once you’ve rounded out your vacation in Cairns, you’ll be sure that you’ve made the most of your vacation and reflect on the once-in-a-lifetime trip you just had. The last thing you want to feel on your way home is that you missed out on any important destinations. Australia is huge (just about the size of the United States) and trying to see it all in one-go can be difficult, but by planning with us we can ensure that your time isn’t wasted and you’ve experienced the most you could.

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