Explore the Australian Outback on this eventful five-day journey. Begin in Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, and discover the ancient Red Centre and its surroundings. Then, travel to Alice Springs to tour the art galleries and local sites, including Anza Hill and the Alice Springs Telegraph Station. Next, visit the red-hued West MacDonnell Ranges as a scenic sendoff.
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Previous kimkim travelers have also been able to try their hand at traditional dot painting during a class with a local Anangu artist. Or opt for an outback tour south of the national park onto Aboriginal land in Patji, where you’ll hear stories of the Anangu people from ancient history through today, including the fight for Aboriginal land rights and the role of the regional flora and fauna. You’ll also visit the original Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park gates to visit waterholes and learn about the ever-changing natural environment as you travel remote buch tracks to a private Patji sand dune and take in the sweeping views.
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Experience the best of Australia with this weeklong family-friendly itinerary that spans Sydney's top sights, an unforgettable trip to Uluru, and the magic of Melbourne. Learn how to surf at Bondi Beach and journey to the African Savannah at Taronga Zoo. Head to Uluru to watch the sunrise and create your own artwork guided by a local Anangu artist. Finally, it's off to the cultural capital of Melbourne to explore the city's labyrinthine laneways and funky street art.
On this two-week journey to Australia and New Zealand, adventure through four cities and several iconic landmarks. Begin in Sydney to visit popular sites like Bondi Beach and the Sydney Opera House. Next, explore famed Ayers Rock and Uluru. Then, it's off to Melbourne for local sightseeing, a wildlife tour, and a free day of discovery. Finally, transport to Auckland to explore the city, along with a day trip to Bay of Islands for marine life sightings and views along the open water of New Zealand.
Most people visiting Sydney, Uluru, and Melbourne spend about 10 to 14 days in Australia, which usually includes some time in Cairns as well. If you're not interested in Cairns, 10 to 12 days is enough for your Sydney, Uluru, and Melbourne trip. A fast-paced highlights trip is possible in six to nine days for travelers with limited time. Read on for the best itineraries, including Sydney, Uluru, and Melbourne, and beyond.
Explore New Zealand and Australia's highlights on this two-week self-drive adventure. Start in New Zealand, where you'll wander geothermal landscapes and discover Maori culture on the North Island, then enjoy gondola rides, scenic hikes, and stargazing on the South Island. Jet to Australia next to experience its UNESCO wonders; you'll snorkel on the Great Barrier Reef and tour mighty Uluru, watching the sun rise and set over this Indigenous landmark.
Discover the diverse landscapes, delicious food, and rich cultures of Australia and New Zealand in just 10 days. This itinerary kicks off with a captivating sunset dinner cruise in Auckland, followed by activities involving Rotorua's Māori culture and geothermal wonders. From here, hop to Melbourne for a food and cocktail tour before exploring the Great Ocean Road. Next, witness awe-inspiring sunrises and sunsets at Uluru, and end in Sydney, where you'll conquer the iconic bridge and savor Aboriginal bush food.
For most travelers, 8 to 10 days is the perfect amount of time for an Australia trip with stops in Sydney, Cairns, and Uluru. It's also possible to hit the highlights in a week if you don't mind a fast-paced journey. Travelers with more time can enjoy extra sights and activities at each stop or explore more of the country—some favored itinerary extensions include Melbourne and Darwin. See more ideas for Sydney, Cairns, and Uluru itineraries below.
Most travelers will find that 10 to 12 days is perfect for a well-paced Australia trip with stops in Sydney, Uluru, and Port Douglas. Travelers with less time can hit the route's highlights in eight or nine days, which makes for a fast-paced journey. Or, extend your trip and explore more of the country—some of the best-loved trip extensions include Melbourne, Cairns, or Brisbane. See more ideas for Sydney, Uluru, and Port Douglas itineraries below.
This two-week journey through the Australian Outback weaves through 10 destinations. The adventure kicks off in Adelaide, and then ventures to Port Augusta, with stunning waterside lookouts. Next, head to the mining town of Coober Pedy, followed by a tour through Uluru, home of Ayers Rock. Discover the vast Kings Canyon on a day trip, then do some sightseeing in Alice Springs. The final leg of the adventure runs through Tennant Creek, Katherine, Kakadu National Park, and Darwin.
Experience the best that Australia and New Zealand have to offer on this comprehensive 17-day tour. Touchdown in Sydney, then get spiritual as you head to the country's center to see sunrises and sunsets over Uluru. Leave for the coast, where you'll cruise along the Great Barrier Reef for two days. Nip off to New Zealand and appreciate Auckland's beach and bush. See geysers and dip in geothermal springs before cruising along Milford Sound / Piopiotahi and visiting Franz Josef Glacier.
If you've got limited time to tackle the vast Australian continent, this may be the itinerary for you. You'll start in cosmopolitan Sydney under the eaves of the famous Opera House, then fly out to the Red Centre to experience the dramatic rock formations of Uluru. Top it off with a visit to Cairns to explore the natural beauty of the Great Barrier Reef, with plenty of free days in between to add your own twist.
In nine days, you can hit the highlights of Australia, from the cities to the outback to the rainforests of the northern tropics. Start the journey in style with the city sights and culture of Sydney before embarking on the nearby Blue Mountains for nature hikes around this Grand Canyon of the south. Then, jet off to Northern Territory for spiritual stargazing near the iconic Uluru (Ayers Rock) before finishing the trip on the Great Barrier Reef and in the rainforests of tropical Queensland.
This fast-paced trip squeezes the best of Australia and New Zealand into two epic weeks. Start in Auckland, New Zealand's largest city, and road trip south to Rotorua for Hobbiton, bubbling mud pools, and geothermal activity. Skip to the world's adventure capital, Queenstown, for big thrills and a Milford Sound / Piopiotahi day trip before crossing over to Australia. Here, you'll tick off Melbourne and Sydney, skip out to the Red Centre at Uluru, and see the Great Barrier Reef in Cairns.
Embark on an epic 18-day adventure through some of Australia and New Zealand's most iconic landmarks and astonishing landscapes. See Sydney's famous sights before heading into the outback to witness Uluru set aglow at sunset. Spend a night on the Great Barrier Reef, then fly over the ditch to Auckland, where you'll set off to discover Rotorua's geothermal activity, immerse yourself in Maori culture, cruise across Milford Sound / Piopiotahi, and take a heli-hike up Franz Josef / Waiau Glacier.
This nine-day Australia itinerary combines iconic sights and breathtaking destinations. Start in Sydney, ticking off the Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Bondi Beach, and more. Then swap the coast for a real outback adventure. Drive the rustic Mereenie Loop, hike around Kings Canyon, see Kata Tjuta, and marvel at the magnificent Uluru monolith. Expect nine days of unforgettable experiences, natural beauty, and cultural immersion.
Sydney, Cairns, Uluru, and Hamilton Island is a classic pairing for travelers headed to Australia. To do it right, with plenty of time to enjoy the sights and activities of each stop, it's best to spend about 15 days in-country. Plan your perfect trip to Sydney, Cairns, Uluru, and Hamilton Island with the itinerary ideas below.
Most travelers will find that 10 to 14 days is perfect for a well-paced Australia trip with stops in Sydney, Cairns, Uluru, and Melbourne. Travelers with less time can hit the route's highlights in nine days, which makes for a fast-paced journey. Travelers with more time can enjoy extra sights and activities at each stop or explore more of the country—some of kimkim's favorite itinerary extensions include Adelaide or Darwin. Keep reading for more inspiring Sydney, Cairns, Uluru, and Melbourne itineraries.
For most travelers, 13 to 15 days is the perfect amount of time for an Australia trip with stops in Sydney, Uluru, Melbourne, and Port Douglas. Travelers with less time can hit the route's highlights in 11 or 12 days, which makes for a fast-paced journey. Travelers with more time can enjoy extra sights and activities at each stop or explore more of the country—some of our favorite itinerary extensions include Cairns. Get inspired with the below Sydney, Uluru, Melbourne, and Port Douglas.
Travelers to Australia typically plan a trip for about 11 days when combining Sydney, Cairns, Uluru, and Port Douglas with Melbourne. If you're only headed to Sydney, Cairns, Uluru, and Port Douglas, you can enjoy a comfortably-paced trip in 11 to 12 days. Read on for the best itineraries, including Sydney, Cairns, Uluru, Port Douglas, and beyond.
Cover the rugged terrain and sweeping desert landscape of the Australian Outback on this epic self-drive excursion through Victoria, South Australia, and Northern Territory. Begin your 18-day tour in trendy Melbourne and fly to arty Adelaide where you'll pick up your rental car and drive on your schedule to Darwin on the opposite coast. You'll explore four major national parks, spot endemic wildlife in their natural habitat, visit rural towns, and discover ancient Aboriginal art.
On this 10-day trip to Australia, enjoy a mix of city tours and outdoor excursions. First, explore Cairns, along with a memorable day trip to the famed Great Barrier Reef. Next, visit the outback of Uluru and the iconic Ayers Rock. Then, land in Sydney for a city tour, a day of wine tasting in Hunter Valley, and a free day to experience the BridgeClimb at Sydney Harbour Bridge and the renowned Sydney Opera House.
This adventure-packed 10-day itinerary features a mix of unmissable UNESCO World Heritage Sights with plenty of family-friendly excursions both inland and on the coast. Soak up the sights of Sydney, spend the day touring the Northern Beaches and nearby National Parks, then venture into the outback to watch the sunrise and sunset over Uluru. Snorkel among the beautiful coral and marine life in the Great Barrier Reef before experiencing the magic of the world's oldest rainforest.
Cover the spectrum of these two dynamic countries with this comprehensive itinerary. Start off in New Zealand, where you'll visit both the North and South islands to explore Maori culture, natural wonders, adventure sports, and more—sip wine on Waiheke island, hike at Aoraki, and cruise through Milford Sound. Then head to Australia, starting with the city sights in Melbourne before you meet the penguins of Phillip Island, stunning scenes of Uluru and the Great Barrier Reef, and urban streets of Sydney.
This trip to Australia starts in Melbourne with city exploration, a scenic drive along Great Ocean Road, and a visit to the penguins of Phillip Island. Head to the center of the country to explore Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, with sunrise hikes through the national park, stargazing tours, and the Field of Light art exhibit. End your trip in Sydney, where you'll cruise the harbor, tour historic neighborhoods, visit nearby beaches, and explore the Blue Mountains.
Experience the world-class cities, awe-inspiring natural wonders, and rich First Nations culture of Australia on this 12-day highlights tour. The adventure kicks off in Sydney with visits to iconic locales like the Opera House, Harbour Bridge, and Bondi Beach. Fly to Uluru for tours of the sacred Red Centre desert landscapes before ending the trip in tropical Cairns, where you'll explore the corals of the Great Barrier Reef and venture deep into the rainforests of Daintree National Park.
Spend 11 days enjoying some of the best of urban Australia as well as outback excursions you'll not soon forget. It begins in the global metropolis of Sydney, where you'll experience its city sights and postcard beaches on walking tours. Then, fly to the Northern Territory for spiritual expeditions into the red deserts at Uluru before finishing the trip on the Great Barrier Reef and in the ancient rainforests of Daintree.
This 14-day highlights tour takes you on an adventure through Australia's most spectacular natural sights. Perfect for families with older kids, enjoy the buzz of Sydney before experiencing the best of Australia's desert outback, mountainous rainforest, and sub-tropical coastal shores. Along the way, you'll encounter First Nations culture at Uluru, swim in a rainforest creek, and explore the Great Barrier Reef before ending up in paradise on the shores of the Whitsunday Islands.
Experience Australia's outdoor highlights as you travel from the coast to the country's interior and back again. Touch down in Sydney to see famous landmarks and go wine tasting in the Hunter Valley. Discover Uluru with dinner under the stars and a camel ride at sunrise. Snorkel the Great Barrier Reef, drive along scenic roads to Daintree Rainforest and Cape Tribulation, then soak up Melbourne's nightlife and say goodbye with a hot-air balloon ride over the city.
Most travelers will find that 13 to 16 days is perfect for a well-paced Australia trip with stops in Sydney, Cairns, Uluru, Adelaide, and Kangaroo Island. With more time, you can enjoy extra activities at each stop or a few days in another region like Melbourne. Keep reading for more inspiring Sydney, Cairns, Uluru, Adelaide, and Kangaroo Island itineraries.
This 12-day highlights tour combines stunning natural settings and diverse wildlife with heart-stopping activities. You'll begin in Sydney before flying into the outback, ending your stay along the coast, where you'll divide your time between the rainforest and the Coral Sea. You'll hug koalas in Kuranda, watch whales off the coast of Sydney, snorkel part of the Great Barrier Reef, as well as hike in the Blue Mountains, and catch a sunset over Uluru.
Leave no stone unturned on this epic 12-day adventure that covers the best of southern, northern, and southeastern Australia. You'll journey from the up-and-coming city of Melbourne and travel along the Great Ocean Road, followed by a trip to the mystical rock formations dotting the arid deserts of the Red Centre. End the trip in Sydney, where you'll explore this handsome metropolis on city tours, boat tours, and beach excursions—you'll even take a day trip to the rugged Blue Mountains.
For sheer outback adventure, there's no beating this 12-day Aussie road trip, which starts at the tip of the Northern Territory. From there you'll hit the road south to visit protected wetlands, sacred Aboriginal sites, unspoiled national parks, deep gorges—even the alien abduction capital of Australia. The last stop is the vast deserts of the Red Plains and the iconic Uluru (Ayers Rock), where you'll immerse yourself even more in Aboriginal culture and enjoy an otherworldly dinner you won't soon forget.
Spend a week in three of Australia's eventful regions—Sydney, Uluru, and Cairns. Go sightseeing in Sydney, from The Rocks to Bondi Beach, then adventure through the stunning Blue Mountains region. Next, get a taste of The Outback in Uluru, where spectacular colors change from sunrise to sunset over Ayers Rock. Then, travel to Cairns to experience the world-famous Great Barrier Reef and an exciting journey across the Kuranda Scenic Railway.
Australia is an enormous country, and when trying to work out an itinerary, it can be difficult to choose between its lively cities, beautiful beaches, or unique wildlife. With this varied 15-day itinerary, you can experience a bit of everything. Starting in Melbourne, travel along the spectacular Great Ocean Road—one of Australia's best short road trips—before heading to Adelaide and wild Kangaroo Island. You'll also visit Australia's dramatic red center, relax at the Great Barrier Reef, and end in Sydney, Australia's largest city.
This 13-day adventure kicks off in Melbourne, which has officially been christened as the cultural capital of Australia. Discover the city's bohemian laneways and take road trips down the scenic Great Ocean Road before heading north to the outback for a sunrise tour of Uluru (Ayers Rock), a sacred site to the First Nations people. Continue to tropical Queensland to venture to the outskirts of the Great Barrier Reef, then finish the tour in stylish Sydney with guided excursions of its iconic city sights.
Natural beauty is at the forefront of this three-week road trip through Australia and New Zealand. Explore Daintree Rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef in tropical Cairns, and take in the breathtaking beauty of Uluru in the Red Centre. Once you hop over to New Zealand, you'll see frozen glaciers, steaming thermal vents, and everything in between as you crisscross some of the most scenic highways in the world.
From discovering history and culture in the city to snorkeling among elusive marine life, you'll find it all in Australia. Start in Sydney and see the most famous sites in the country. Head to Adelaide, where you'll taste and learn about Australia's finest wines. Jet off to Kangaroo Island to mingle with the kangaroos, then venture into the outback to watch the sun set over Uluru. Finally, snorkel to your heart's content along the Great Barrier Reef and Daintree National Park.
Sydney, Cairns, Uluru, Melbourne, Adelaide, and Darwin is a classic pairing for travelers headed to Australia. To do it right, with plenty of time to enjoy the sights and activities of each stop, it's best to spend about 16 days in-country. Plan your perfect trip to Sydney, Cairns, Uluru, Melbourne, Adelaide, and Darwin with the below itinerary ideas.
Combining Sydney, Cairns, Uluru, Melbourne, Adelaide, and Kangaroo Island makes for a perfect trip to Australia. To do it right, with plenty of time to enjoy the sights and activities of each stop, it's best to spend 15 to 16 days in-country. Check out kimkim's favorite itinerary ideas below, and start planning your perfect trip.
Get to know four of Australia's most iconic travel destinations on this eight-day itinerary. Begin your trip in Sydney—where you'll walk historic cobblestoned streets, explore trendy suburbs, and indulge in the delicious multicultural culinary fare on offer—then head to the nearby Blue Mountains and take in its stunning natural beauty. Fly to Uluru, where an unparalleled spiritual experience awaits, then onto Cairns to see some of Australia's most famous underwater wildlife and rainforests.
This 15-day itinerary celebrates Australia's most famous city, its mystical outback deserts, and the unspoiled beauty of its tropical northeast. It begins in Sydney, where you'll tour the highlights by foot and bicycle, plus take a trip to the rugged Blue Mountains. After immersing yourself in the First Nations culture of the northern red deserts, finish the journey in tropical Queensland, where you'll enjoy island living, sail to the Great Barrier Reef, and trek in ancient rainforests.
Travel from city to sea, rainforest, and outback on this well-rounded tour of Australia, starting in Sydney and visiting its most iconic sites. Head to Port Douglas, where you'll discover marine life near the Great Barrier Reef. Explore Kuranda and its rainforest to mingle with butterflies at the Australian Butterfly Sanctuary. Watch the sunset behind Uluru, then dine under the desert stars. Finish up your journey in eclectic Melbourne and take a hot-air balloon ride over wine country.
To really experience the best of Australia requires at least a couple of weeks, which is fine because, on this Aussie adventure, you'll get those 14 days—plus one for good measure. During that time, you'll sample the cuisine and see the sights in Melbourne and Sydney, plus take day trips to hike rugged mountains and visit penguin colonies. Then jet off to the northern outback for tours in and around iconic Uluru (Ayers Rock), followed by a trip to the Great Barrier Reef and some time exploring ancient rainforests.
In 15 days, you'll explore exciting cities, spot wildlife, and visit iconic landmarks of Australia's southern states and interior. You'll start in Sydney for a biking excursion, bridge climb, and food tour before heading to Kangaroo Island to mingle with its endemic animals. Then it's time for a wilderness road trip to Alice Springs, Kings Canyon, and Uluru in Northern Territory. Your trip comes to an end in the cultural hotspot, Melbourne, with day trips to Phillip Island and the Great Ocean Road.
This well-rounded 16-day tour of Australia's highlights is sure to delight any first time visitor. You'll explore the hidden laneways of artsy Melbourne and the famous landmarks of Sydney, learn about indigenous culture at Uluru in the country's Red Center, and discover tropical Queensland with an excursion to the Great Barrier Reef. Along the way, you'll meet kangaroos at Kangaroo Island, search for crocodiles at Kakadu National Park, and have free time to enjoy a few day trips of your choosing.
This once-in-a-lifetime tour of Australia is designed for winter travel. It avoids the intensely hot summers and takes advantage of the pleasant dry season—in other words, perfect for families. Over 16 action-packed days, make your way through vibrant cities like Melbourne, Hobart, Adelaide, and Sydney, as well as Tasmania's coast, the Outback, and the Great Barrier Reef, for the ultimate adventure.
Experience the rich culture of Australia and New Zealand on this three-week adventure. You'll visit Australia's most iconic landmarks, from Sydney Harbour Bridge to UNESCO-listed Uluru and the Great Barrier Reef, as well as ancient rainforests and the wild Northern Territory. Continue to New Zealand's North Island to immerse yourself in geothermal landscapes, Maori culture, and Middle-earth with a trip to the Hobbiton film set.
Experience Australia's diverse landscapes on this 17-day tour, which takes you from cities to deserts, rainforests, and reefs. Along the way, you'll discover urban wonders, from the Sydney Harbour Bridge to Melbourne's graffitied laneways, as well as penguin-spotted Phillip Island and the UNESCO-listed rock formation Uluru. End in sun-soaked Queensland, where you'll snorkel the world-famous Great Barrier Reef, explore lush rainforests, and laze on the tropical sands of Palm Cove.
Combine vibrant cities and remote nature on this well-rounded 17-day trip through Australia. Tour the sights in Sydney before flying north to Port Douglas to explore the Great Barrier Reef. Head to Brisbane for an immersive introduction to Indigenous culture and a guided tour of its famous zoo, then escape to the outback's quiet to witness Uluru's wonders. Wind down in the cultural capital of Melbourne, with a day trip to nearby Phillip Island to see its famous "penguin parade."
This thrilling itinerary takes you across eastern and central Australia over 17 days, combining the best food, nature, and cultural experiences. Start in Sydney with a Harbor Bridge climb and venture out to the Blue Mountains before flying north to two UNESCO World Heritage wonders: the Great Barrier Reef and Daintree Rainforest. Pass by the Red Center to witness a sunrise and sunset at Uluru and soak up Melbourne and Adelaide with trips to Phillip and Kangaroo islands.
Get ready for the Australian adventure of a lifetime. Over 18 days, you'll take in the dazzling sights of Sydney and witness the magnificent Uluru at sunrise and sunset. Move on to Cairns to snorkel the natural wonders of the Great Barrier Reef and trek the ancient Daintree Rainforest. Then it's time for a road trip as you set out along the beautiful east coast of Australia from Brisbane to Sydney, soaking up laid-back vibes of the Gold Coast, Byron Bay, Coffs Harbour, and more.
See and do a little bit of everything on this fun and far-reaching 18-day tour of Australia. Start in Melbourne to explore its historic laneways by bike and take a day trip along the Great Ocean Road. Continue to Adelaide and Kangaroo Island before heading to the Red Centre to check out Uluru, Kata Tjuta, and other magnificent outback monoliths. Fly next to tropical northern Queensland for some time at the Great Barrier Reef, and end down in Sydney, Australia's largest city.
Cover the highlights on this 10-day tour that perfectly combines urban exploration with outdoor excursions starting in the cultural capital of Melbourne—a great jumping-off point to explore nearby Phillip Island and the Great Ocean Road. Venture into the "Red Center" to visit the iconic Ayers Rock before flying out to tropical Cairns to cuddle with a koala and snorkel the Great Barrier Reef. End your stay with a Sydney city tour and a day trip to Blue Mountains National Park.
This 19-day Australian adventure combines the mega-metropolis of Sydney with the laidback surf towns on the east coast, the reefs and rainforest of Cairns, and the ancient mystique of Uluru. Start with Australia's biggest city before making your way up to Brisbane, stopping en-route to see whales and dolphins, explore tropical forests, and visit relaxed beachside towns. Round it off with a trip up to Cairns & into Australia's Red Center to marvel at some of the world's greatest natural sites and uncover the secrets of the oldest living culture.
This epic 20-day self-drive adventure explores Australia's diverse landscapes and iconic destinations. Over 20 days, you'll take in dazzling Sydney and witness the magnificent Uluru. Continue to Melbourne to cruise the Great Ocean Road and see the Twelve Apostles. Then road trip along the beautiful east coast from Brisbane to Sydney, soaking up the laid-back vibes of Byron Bay, Port Macquarie, the Hunter Valley, and more.
Explore the East Coast of Australia at your own pace on this 20-day self-drive tour. Stop in Sydney and the beautiful Gold Coast, learn to surf, and go hiking in the rainforest in Queensland. See unique Australian animals in the many nature preserves and enjoy the sun-soaked beaches on the coast. Snorkle to see the Great Barrier Reef, venture to the Australian outback to visit a sacred site, and go white-water rafting as you experience all Australia has to offer.
Check off all the highlights and discover some off-the-beaten-path wonders on this far-reaching 20-day adventure through Australia. Touch down in Sydney, then snorkel along the Great Barrier Reef and head to the outback for dinner under the stars at Uluru. Return to city life in Melbourne's bustling back alleys, hop over to Tasmania for a taste of wild and wonderful nature, taste your way through Adelaide's famous culinary scene, then wind down your trip getting to know the local wildlife on Kangaroo Island.
Discover Australia's top highlights on this massive 21-day tour that takes you on a loop around the continent. Get your fill of city life in Sydney before heading toward the ocean to explore the Great Barrier Reef. Discover rainforests, national parks, and their wildlife near Byron Bay. Learn about Aboriginal culture at Uluru and Cave Hill, then mingle with kangaroos and koalas on Kangaroo Island. Go winetasting near Melbourne before getting to know Tasmania's remote beauty and relaxed vibe.
The adventure begins in the cultural heartland of Melbourne, and continues in Adelaide, where you'll find unique wildlife. Next, you'll head into the Red Centre to see Uluru before transferring to Kakadu National Park in Darwin. You'll then venture east to Cairns to visit the Great Barrier Reef, and end in Sydney. From here, you'll fly over to New Zealand, where you will do adventure sports in Queenstown, hike Mount Cook, and explore Christchurch.
Experience the best of the west on this two-week trip from Perth to Adelaide, through the heart of Australia's Red Center to Alice Springs, and onto Darwin in the tropical north. See the outback in style on the iconic Ghan Railway, watching the changing light and landscapes as you cover nearly 2,000 miles in three days. Learn about Aboriginal rock art and uncover tales of WWII in Darwin, before making your way back to Perth to enjoy one last amazing Indian Ocean sunset.