From exclusive islands and desert basecamps to stylish boutique hotels, there are plenty of ways to experience Australia and see it in style. With a country as large and diverse as this, we’ve hand-picked a selection of our favourite Australia hotels to help you narrow down exactly what you’re looking for, whether it’s a beachside retreat, a family-friendly resort, or a city hotel in a central location. 

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Hidden Secrets Lanes & Arcades Tour

Get under the skin of Melbourne’s vibrant personality on this walking tour through beautiful back streets. Discover artisan and specialty retailers, and see quirky cafes, independent designers, street art, architecture and learn of historic tales in these walkways. Soak in the city via all your senses and engage with passionate creatives.

• Duration: 3 hours
• Start time: 2pm
• Departs Monday to Saturday
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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The meeting point for this tour outside the Time Out Café in Federation Square.

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Quicksilver Outer Barrier Reef Cruise Snorkelling

Board Quicksilver’s 45-metre high-speed catamaran on a full-day cruise to Agincourt Reef on the edge of the Great Barrier Reef. Explore the reef from a semi-submersible, an underwater observatory or snorkel and dive. This cruise is ideal for those keen to do lots of activities and for those wanting to add a wonderful airborne perspective, helicopter transfers are also available (at a supplement). Departs from Port Douglas.

• Duration: full day
• Start time: 9am
• Daily departures
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Reef Magic Outer Reef Full Day Cruise

Travel on board this fast stable motor catamaran for 1½ hours to reach Marine World on the Outer Barrier Reef. You’ll spend around 5 hours at this private reef platform, which provides the ideal base for activities including snorkelling, glass bottom boat tours, underwater observatory viewing and relaxing on the spacious sundeck. Other activities – such as scenic helicopter flights and diving – are available at extra cost.

• Duration: full day
• Daily departures
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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A Night at Field of Light

Savour canapés and sparkling wine as the sun slowly sets over Uluru, with the sound of the didgeridoo setting the scene. Watch the coloured lights of 50,000 glass spheres illuminate the vast night sky while enjoying a three-course bushtucker-inspired buffet menu. Learn about the background and significance of the installation before following illuminated paths through the field.

• Duration: 4½ hours
• Start time: varies
• Departure days vary
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Reef Sleep Experience

Reef Sleep is a unique adventure, offering the chance to sleep under the stars on the Great Barrier Reef! By day, Cruise Whitsundays’ ‘Reefworld’ pontoon at Hardy Reef is used by day trippers as a base to explore the marine-rich waters. After 3pm, it’s an exclusive spot for a small number of guests. Enjoy quiet snorkelling time, sip Champagne at sunset,  and watch as the reef comes alive. Then let the waves lull you to sleep in your cosy swag, set up out in the open-air on the top deck of the pontoon.

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Blue Mountains Deluxe Day Tour

The Blue Mountains is a real journey into the heart of a unique World Heritage Region. The first stop is Calmsley Hill, a working farm based attraction involved in animal rehabilitation offering fabulous bush surrounds located near the heart of Sydney. Arrive early to get up close to a range of native and farmyard animals including Kangaroos and Koalas while enjoying a light morning tea. Departing from Calmsley Hill, head to the Blue Mountains. Visit one of a range of stunning outlooks of the Jamison Valley with beautiful vistas, where possible away from the crowds. Continue on to Eaglehawk Lookout for views of the famous Three Sisters and to learn of the legends behind this famous rock formation. After lunch, spend the afternoon visiting a selection of scenic lookouts. The view from Govett's Leap is one of the most famous lookouts in Australia. Here the magnificent waterfall drops a whopping 180m to the base of the cliff. The last stop is the delightful Mt Tomah Botanic Gardens to enjoy the sweeping views with a glass of sparkling wine or orange juice.

• Duration: full day
• Start time: 7am
• Daily departures
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Experience Rottnest with Bike Hire

Travel by high speed ferry to Rottnest Island for a day of adventure. Rottnest boasts pristine bays and secluded beaches and has a unique style of architecture dating back to the 1800s. Explore its beautiful natural surroundings on a leisurely bike ride before boarding the late afternoon ferry for your transfer back to Perth.

• Duration: full day
• Daily departures
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Bondi Local Tour & Surf Experience

Discover the joys of surfing on famous Bondi Beach. Learn how to safely get out and up onto your first wave, with plenty of hands-on help. Your instructor will provide lots of feedback and specific instruction, helping you to surf at your best possible pace. Once you’ve built up your confidence and technique, hit the surf and have fun! This half-day experience also includes a tour of Bondi with your instructor, with a visit to a surf life-saving club and a casual beachside lunch

• Duration: 4 hours
• Start time: 10am
• Daily departures
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Sailaway Sunset Sail

Board your Sailaway vessel at Port Douglas Marina and set off on a sunset sail cruise along the Port Douglas coastline on board a first class sailing catamaran. Enjoy the peace and tranquillity of a tropical sunset over the Coral Sea with spectacular mountain views, and enjoy a complimentary welcome drink alongside a selection of canapés.

• Duration: 1½ hours
• Start time 4.30pm
• Daily departures
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Cruise to Great Barrier Reef - Snorkeller

Travel in comfort on board Calypso – a custom-designed motorised catamaran, complete with day bed-style seating and spacious decks, to 3 different Outer Barrier Reef sites that showcase the reef’s colourful marine life just a few metres below the surface. There’ll be the opportunity to listen to interpretive reef talks and enjoy guided snorkel tours.

• Duration: full day
• Start time: 8.20am
• Daily departures from Port Douglas
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Cape Tribulation & Daintree Wilderness

Wander through the recreated natural environments of Wildlife Habitat on an immersive guided experience where you will learn about the many species in our region. Then cross the Daintree River for lunch at Mason’s Café and enjoy a dip in the freshwater swimming hole. Explore the world’s oldest rainforest with one of the knowledgeable local guides and visit Cape Tribulation Beach. Stop at Alexandra Lookout before boarding a cruise and search for wildlife including Estuarine Crocodiles.

• Duration: full day
• Start time: 7.15am
• Daily departures from Cairns
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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West MacDonnell Ranges

Tjoritja West MacDonnell Ranges is a kaleidoscope ancient landscape that extends for 100 miles from Alice Springs. Witness the shades of purple, maroon and orange as you travel through the outback, hearing about the region’s history and geology. Visit John Flynn’s Grave Historical Reserve where the founder of the Royal Flying Doctor Service is laid to rest, before heading out on a couple of walks: one at the natural opening in the red rock, Simpsons Gap, where you may spot a black-footed rock wallaby; and the other at Stanley Chasm Angkerle Atwatye, a narrow slot canyon that’s been shaped by rain and flood waters that is of huge cultural importance to (and owned by) the Arrernte community.

• Duration: half day
• Time: 7.30am to midday
• Daily departures from Alice Springs
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Entry to the national park requires a NT Parks Pass which is not included in the excursion.

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Tali Wiru

Tali Wiru means ‘beautiful dune’ in the local Anangu language and this open-air restaurant offers an intimate dining experience under the starry Southern Desert sky. Enjoy breathtaking sunset views of Uluru and the domes of Kata Tjuta whilst dining on a four-course dinner of world-class cuisine, premium Australian wine and indigenous storytelling.

• Duration: 4 hours
• Timings vary
• Daily departures
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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The Rocks Walking Tour

Local guides and skilled narrators will tell you all about the past and present of Australia's oldest neighbourhood on this fascinating tour. Hear entertaining accounts of Sydney’s colourful past, discover the narrow alleyways and cobblestone lanes, and view some of Sydney’s oldest dwellings. Visit the gothic Garrison Church, George Street, the Suez Canal and Rocks Square, as well as pubs once frequented by locals, sailors and rogues!

• Duration: 1½ hours
• Start time: 10.30am or 1.30pm
• Daily departures
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Ultimate Adelaide and Hahndorf

Enjoy a full day tour, driving through Adelaide’s cultural precinct and historic North Adelaide, stopping to see St Peters Cathedral or the Adelaide Oval and visit the National Wine Centre of Australia where you will have free time to explore the Wine Discovery Journey Museum. After lunch (not included), drive to Mount Lofty Summit and wind your way through the Adelaide Hills villages before arriving at Hahndorf. Explore the main street before afternoon tea or a traditional German beer tasting at the popular Hahndorf Inn.

• Duration: full day
• Departs Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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A Town Like Alice with Alice Springs Desert Park

This full-day tour is an excellent introduction to the cultural hub of Australia’s Red Centre, Alice Springs (known as Mparntwe in Arrernte). Prior to your tour of town, there’ll be time to visit Alice Springs Desert Park, where you can learn about the arid landscapes that surround Alice Springs, the region’s native wildlife and the Aboriginal survival in these harsh environments. After lunch, it’s time to start the guide part of the tour; you’ll be led by a passionate and knowledgeable guide who’ll explain how a simple waterhole beside a telegraph station became such an important Northern Territory town in the 21st Century.

• Duration: full day
• Time: 7.30am to 6pm
• Daily departures
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Whitsunday Islands Cruise to Whitehaven Beach from Hamilton Island or Port of Airlie

Spend a morning cruising the Whitsunday Islands, stopping for a walk on Whitehaven Beach. The morning begins at either Hamilton Island Marina or Port of Airlie, where you’ll board the vessel for a morning Whitsunday Islands and Whitehaven Beach cruise. The boat has ample seating areas inside and out, and as you sail, your skipper will provide an informative commentary on the area's highlights as you cruise to the world-famous Whitehaven Beach. Morning tea is included onboard as you overlook the crystal-clear waters and immaculate white sand along Whitsunday Island, the largest of the 74 islands. You’ll have time to wander along the beach or swim at your own pace before returning to Hamilton Island Marina or Port of Airlie before lunch.

• Duration: 4 hours from Hamilton Island or 6 hours from Port of Airlie
• Departs daily
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Great Barrier Reef Adventure from Whitsunday Islands or Port of Airlie

Spend a full day exploring the Great Barrier Reef. Board a high-speed catamaran at either Hamilton Island Marina or Port of Airlie and set sail for the Whitsunday Islands and Hardy Reef, where you'll spend over three hours at Reefworld. This pontoon facility makes exploring the reef comfortable, with seating, freshwater showers, and changing rooms. You'll have full use of snorkelling equipment and wetsuits but access to an underwater viewing chamber and semi-submersible rides for coral viewing if you don’t fancy getting into the water. There are also presentations by reef experts. Optional activities like certified and introductory scuba diving and helicopter scenic flights are also available but charged separately. Lunch is served back on board, and the day concludes when you arrive back at either Hamilton Island Marina or Port of Airlie.

• Duration: 8 hours from Hamilton Island or 10 hours from Port of Airlie
• Departs daily
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Outer Reef Experience from Cairns

Spend a full day diving and snorkelling around the Outer Reef. Embark on an unforgettable adventure as you enter a world teeming with exotic fish life and coral gardens. Whether you decide to snorkel or scuba dive, you'll have the opportunity to see green turtles, manta rays, clownfish, and soft and hard corals up close. After exploring, relax in comfort and style on a luxury catamaran as you cruise back to Cairns.

• Duration: 9 hours
• Start time: 8am
• Departs daily
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Ngana Kulkinga Dungay, Port Douglas

On a full-day Nagana Kulkinga Dungay tour, you'll be collected from your hotel and taken on an adventure through Kuku Yalanji country. You'll see some culturally significant sights and local attractions, including the World Heritage Daintree Rainforest. A local Aboriginal guide will lead the way, and you'll learn about the relationship the Kuku Yalanji people still have with their land. You'll walk through the world's oldest living rainforest, see natural wonders, and see where the rainforest meets the reef. Plus, you'll explore coastal habitats and learn about the environment, different foods, and medicines that are derived from nature. There’s the chance to sample some bush tucker and take a dip in one of the pristine freshwater streams in the area.

• Duration: 8½ hours
• Start time: 8am
• Monday to Saturday departures
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Cape Tribulation, Daintree and Mossman Gorge

An action-packed day on board a purpose-built vehicle awaits on this tour of the oldest rainforest on Earth. Your guide on the tour has been specifically selected for their local knowledge and experience and they will be on hand to tell you all you need to know about this UNESCO World Heritage Site and add to your memorable experience. First up is a guided walk through the Daintree National Park’s Mossman Gorge, a scar in the landscape carved out by the Mossman River and hugely important cultural site for the Kuku Yalanji people. Next, you’ll take to the water on a croc-spotting cruise along the Daintree River and have lunch in a stunning rainforest setting. The afternoon includes a visit to Cape Tribulation (or Kulki) and the stunning Myall Beach, the spot at which two natural World Heritage Sites of the rainforest and Great Barrier Reef meet. On the drive back to Cairns, you’ll make a pitstop at the Daintree Ice Cream Company and the Alexandra Lookout for some pretty jaw-dropping and far-reaching views.

• Duration: full day
• Start time: 6.45am
• Daily departures
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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The Sydney Opera House Tour

You’ll meet at the Welcome Centre on the Lower Concourse of the Opera House to start your one-hour Sydney Opera House Tour. During the tour, you’ll explore the iconic theatre and foyers that bring to life over 1800 performances yearly. Hear inspiring stories of the Opera House artists and performances from a knowledgeable guide who will take you through the building and explain how Jorn Utzon's vision came into existence against impossible odds. You will also get the opportunity to take photos from rare vantage points that are off-limits to the public.

• Duration: 1 hour
• Start time: 9am or 10.30am
• Departs daily
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Sydney Dinner Cruise

Take in one of the world’s most famous city skylines from the harbour on this evening dinner cruise. Take in the views of the lights reflecting on the water as you sit down to a three-course meal with regionally source ingredients and wines.

• Duration: 3 hours
• Time: 6pm to 9pm
• Departure days vary
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Flinders Chase Focus, Kangaroo Island

Spend a day exploring the highlights and nature of Kangaroo Island. The day begins in a private wildlife refuge in Kangaroo Island’s northwest corner, where you’ll get an introduction to the island’s fire ecology and see how the land is recovering after devastating fires. Lunch is served in the bush or on a clifftop with South Australian wine, beer, and soft drinks. After lunch, you’ll travel into Flinders Chase National Park and explore the aptly named Remarkable Rocks, a striking natural sculpture eroded by 500 million years of wind, sea, and rain. There’s more evidence of the power of the Southern Ocean at Admirals Arch, a coastal cave accessed by a boardwalk, where a large colony of fur seals swim and play in the crashing waves.

• Duration: 7½ hours
• Start time: 7am
• Departs daily
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Wintjiri Wiru Sunset Dinner

Spend an atmospheric evening dining beneath a sky full of lights. Wintjiri Wiru is a cultural experience at the Ayers Rock Resort. This immersive event begins on a platform for sunset with a cocktail with views of Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Once seated in the amphitheatre, guests are treated to a gourmet hamper celebrating native ingredients, paired perfectly with their choice of Australian wine or beer. As the sun sets and darkness falls, guests are treated to a spectacular display of drones, lights, traditional music, and Pitjantjatjara language, which come together to bring to life the Mala story under the desert sky. As the Anangu people are the custodians of the land, they hold the Mala story from Kaltukatjara to Uluru. To share this story with guests, drones, light, and sound create an immersive storytelling experience.

• Duration: 3 hours
• Timings vary
• Departs daily
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Sunrise and Breakfast at Kata Tjuta

Experience the serene beauty of Kata Tjuta during the early morning hours. As the sun rises, witness the iconic Central Australian landmark's changing colours. Enjoy a picnic breakfast while taking in the magnificent view. Walking through Walpa Gorge, you will learn about the diverse environment and how the 36 domes of Kata Tjuta have evolved over millions of years. Take a moment to listen to the sound of the wind above and appreciate the scale of the rock walls surrounding you.

• Duration: 5 hours
• Timings vary
• Departs daily
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Uluru Sacred Sights & Sunset

Spend an afternoon exploring Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park, starting with a visit to the Cultural Centre, where you will have time to see the galleries and watch local Aboriginal artists at work. Afterwards, you’ll head to the base of Uluru, where your local guide will share the Aboriginal creation stories that give life to this giant formation. You’ll walk to the Mutitjulu Waterhole, where your guide will interpret the meaning of the ancient rock art and sacred sites you’ll see along the way. Finally, travel to the Uluru sunset viewing area, where you can relax with sparkling wine as you witness a famous Uluru sunset. After the sunset, you’ll return to Ayers Rock Resort.

• Duration: 5 hours
• Start time: 3pm
• Departs daily
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Uluru Sunrise & Kata Tjuta

Wake up early to visit Talinguru Nyakunytjaku, the Uluru sunrise viewing area. Witness the sun's first rays lighting the desert with hot tea or coffee. You’ll then visit the 36 domes of Kata Tjuta, enjoying panoramic views of the southern side of Kata Tjuta at a dune viewing platform before arriving at Walpa Gorge. Take time to explore the gorge and its unusual conglomerate rock formations. The 1.3km walking trail through Walpa Gorge follows the natural creek between two of the tallest domes of Kata Tjuta.

• Duration: 5½ hours
• Start time: 4.45am
• Departs daily
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Uluru Trek

As you embark on a sunrise trek around Uluru's 12-kilometre base trail, you can immerse yourself in the culture, geology, and environment that define this remarkable monolith. Your guide will entertain you with the cultural stories and Aboriginal creation stories associated with this central Australian icon. During your journey, you’ll observe the sunrise, explore waterholes, and visit the rock art sites of the ancients while learning about Uluru's cultural significance to the Anangu people.

• Duration: 6 hours
• Timings vary
• Departs daily
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Uluru Tour and Sunset

Join a guide on a small group tour vehicle to explore the significance of Uluru – the most profound and culturally important monolith in Australia. Get to know Uluru's culture, geology, and environment as you stroll through Mutitjulu Waterhole, explore the Mala Walk, and visit rock art sites. Your guide will explain the significance of Uluru to the Anangu people and the local aboriginal community. Afterwards, head to the Talinguru Nyakunytjaku viewing area to witness an uninterrupted sunset over Uluru with Kata Tjuta in the distance, sipping on chilled sparkling wine.

• Duration: 5 hours
• Timings vary
• Departs daily
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Uluru & Kata Tjuta

Spend a full day getting to know Kata Tjuta and Uluru. Experience the tranquil and peaceful atmosphere of a spiritual place as the colours of the sunrise change over Kata Tjuta. Enjoy a delightful picnic breakfast, then walk through Walpa Gorge to learn about this diverse environment and how the 36 domes of Kata Tjuta have evolved over millions of years. Take some time to appreciate the sound of the wind high above and the vastness of the rock walls that surround you.

Later, you’ll join a guide and a small group to tour one of Australia's most profound and culturally significant monoliths, Uluru. Your journey will take you to the Mutitjulu Waterhole, followed by the Mala Walk and a visit to rock art sites. Your guide will share their knowledge of Uluru's importance to the Anangu people and the local Indigenous community.

• Duration: 5½ hours
• Start time: 4.45am
• Departs daily
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Kata Tjuta Sunrise & Valley of the Winds

Join a guide on a journey to Kata Tjuta and learn about the area's geological history. Witness a sunrise over the domes of Kata Tjuta and Uluru in the distance while enjoying a light breakfast. Then, you’ll embark on the Valley of the Winds walk, starting at the Karu Lookout. Your guide will share the area's significance to the Anangu people and how they have used the natural landscape for thousands of years. Follow the rocky path down to the valley at the base of the massive domes, watching for local birds and wildlife. As you reach Karingana, look for incredible views over the plain and domes before returning to Ayers Rock Resort in time for lunch.

• Duration: 6 hours
• Start time: 4.40am
• Departs daily
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Uluru Morning Guided Base Walk

Begin your day early with a trip to Uluru's base for breakfast. Your driver and guide will accompany you as you embark on the Uluru base walk at sunrise, starting at Kuniya Piti. On this sacred site, you'll hear the Tjukurpa story of the Mala Men and the local Aboriginal people's beliefs and laws. You'll continue anticlockwise around Uluru to the Mala Walk, one of the most significant habitation areas for the local Aboriginal people over thousands of years. The Mala Walk includes a visit to Kantju Gorge, where, after rainfall, water cascades over the side of Uluru and falls some 90 meters. After a brief break, you'll continue to the Lungkata Walk, where your guide will tell you the Tjukurpa story of the cheeky Blue Tongue Lizard. The next stop is the Mutitjulu Waterhole, once an essential water source for the Anangu people. Your guide will highlight the landscape's natural features and Aboriginal rock paintings and share more traditional stories about this special place. Finally, you'll walk back to Kuniya Piti, where your walk began, and board your air-conditioned coach for the short trip back to Ayers Rock Resort.

• Duration: 6 hours
• Start time: 5.15am
• Departs daily
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Desert Awakenings in Uluru

Experience the peace and stillness of the early morning desert under a canopy of stars. Witness the incredible transformation of colours and life as the sun rises and the desert comes to life, with Uluru and Kata Tjuta as an incredible backdrop. Accompanied by an expert guide, Desert Awakenings is a specially designed tour introducing you to this fantastic region's natural and cultural landscapes. As you watch the distant domes of Kata Tjuta come into view, you'll enjoy a delicious Aussie breakfast of bacon and egg rolls, along with tea, coffee, and homemade treats.

After breakfast, your guide will explain the region's natural history. As the daylight reveals animal tracks in the sand, you’ll gain insight into what activity occurred during the night. Once the sun is up, there’s a guided tour at the base of Uluru. The first stop is Kuniya, where you will take a short walk to the Mutitjulu waterhole. Visiting here will help you appreciate its cathedral-like proportions and why it is a powerful and spiritual place for Anangu, local Aboriginal people. Your guide will explain some of the rock paintings as told by the Anangu people. The next stop is the Cultural Centre, a vibrant and engaging learning place where Anangu's local lore is explained in detail.

• Duration: 6 hours
• Timings vary
• Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday departures
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Perth & Fremantle City Explorer

Starting in Perth, the tour visits all major attractions of the revitalised Perth CBD, including the Western Australian Cricket Ground and Optus Stadium. Then, it’s on to Kings Park Botanical Gardens, where you can view wildflowers or take in the views from the war memorial looking back over the city skyline. Continue through the affluent suburbs, including Millionaire’s Row, before passing Cottesloe Beach, where the Indian Ocean sparkles. As you travel into historic Fremantle, view the impressive facades of this heritage-listed city. To maximise your experience in Fremantle, a Swan River cruise back to Perth is highly recommended and chargeable separately. Otherwise, the coach will return to Perth at around 12.30 pm, terminating at Barrack Street Jetty in Perth for you to return to your hotel.

• Duration: 4½ hours
• Start time: 8am
• Departs daily
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Margaret River, Cave, Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse & Busselton Jetty from Perth

You’ll travel south from Perth, driving through rural spots with grazing cattle and coastal towns. As you arrive at Busselton, the gateway to the Margaret River region, you’ll stop to see Busselton Jetty, the longest wooden jetty in the Southern Hemisphere. As you drive into the heart of the area, you’ll stop at one of Margaret River’s oldest breweries for platters of local produce for lunch, complemented with beer and cider tastings. After lunch, you’ll continue south through the forest to a renowned winery to taste award-winning wines, gaining industry insights on wine production. Next, it’s on to Mammoth Cave for a guided tour through this cave with vast chambers.

Continuing south, you'll reach Augusta through the Boranup Forest of enormous Karri Trees. Here at Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, the point where the Southern and Indian Oceans meet. Then, you head north up to the township of Margaret River for a brief stop to stroll the main street. You’ll stop at a restaurant en route for a light dinner at your own expense, and then it’s back to Perth.

• Duration: 12½ hours
• Start time: 8am
• Departs daily
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Winery may not open on select public holidays

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Ngana Julaymba Dungay

From Port Douglas, head off on this personalised and engaging small group tour to spend the day with a local Aboriginal guide. Visit a number of culturally significant areas and learn about the amazing relationships that the Kuku Yalanji have with their land. Walk through the rainforest and coastal habitats to learn about the environment, different foods and medicines utilised from nature, sample some bush tucker and try traditional Aboriginal hunting practices. Complete the adventure with time to enjoy lunch and cool off in a freshwater stream.

• Duration: full day
• Start time: 8am
• Departs Monday to Saturday
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Sydney Harbour Experience

You’ll board a Captain Cook Cruises vessel for a Harbour Experience cruise to catch some incredible views. Over 90 minutes, you’ll hear anecdotes and stories that bring the history and culture of Sydney alive.

• Duration: 1½ hours
• Start time: Midday or 1.30pm
• Wednesday to Sunday departures
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Sydney Secrets Seaplane

Soar over Sydney’s famous coastline in a helicopter, heading north to Palm Beach of Home and Away fame. You’ll return over the waterways of Pittwater for a final circuit over Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House before landing at the Seaplane Terminal in Rose Bay.

• Duration: 30 minutes
• Start time: 10.15am
• Wednesday to Sunday departures
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

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Bridge Climb Summit - Day Climb

The Summit BridgeClimb is an iconic Sydney experience for those with a head for heights and a penchant for great views. You’ll get geared up and listen to a briefing from your expert Climb Leader before following the Opera House side of the upper arch to the bridge’s 134-metre-high apex. Then it’s time to soak in those 360-degree harbour and city skyline vistas before heading back down the west side of the arch and returning to Climb Base.

• Duration: 3 hours
• Timings vary
• Daily departures
• Operates year-round
• Group experience

Good to know
All climbers must be at least 1.2 metres tall and 8 years old.

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