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Self driving is a great way to cut loose and explore on your own, getting into all the nooks and crannies that make an Australian self drive holiday such a pleasure. We also offer a range of self drive packages that includes car hire, accomodation and activities local tips along the way designed to make your self drive holiday easy and affordable. Book your car hire using our free comparison and booking service for the best rates in Australia. Search and book using our preferred partner Wotif.

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Our experienced Aussie Team has hand-picked these Multi-day Tours and Holiday Packages so you can explore Australia knowing these experiences have been carefully created and selected. From self-drive holidays to train journeys or guided scenic bus trips to luxury tours. We have something for everyone.

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Brisbane to the Daintree Discovery

Explore the golden shores and picturesque rainforests of Queensland on a 12-day adventure from Brisbane to Cairns. Take an off-road jaunt across Fraser Island’s dunes, sail through shimmering waters to discover the impossibly white beaches of the Whitsundays, flop and drop on the palm-fringed sands of Mission Beach, soak up the laidback energy of Airlie Beach after sunset and explore the colourful underwater world of the Great Barrier Reef. Learn to hunt and use native plants from a First Nations guide, encounter crocodiles and colourful birds on a cruise through mangrove thickets and walk under heavy green canopy in the mighty Mossman Gorge. This nature-filled and culturally-rich eco escapade is designed to get you away from the hustle and bustle of the city, and straight to the natural heart of Australia’s north.

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Queensland Coast & Islands Adventure

Discover a sliver of paradise on a 7-day adventure, bouncing from northern Queensland’s sparkling coast to its secluded islands. See beneath the surface of the beautiful Magnetic Island during an afternoon of snorkelling, meet the First Nations owners of Mungalla Station, discover the untouched wonders of Hinchinbrook Island and walk through heavenly scenery on Dunk Island. If you’re looking to spot incredible wildlife, hike to waterfalls, swim in clear waters, relax on beautiful beaches and learn about local life from a leader, then this is the adventure for you.

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Sydney to Cairns Adventure

Explore Australia’s stunning east coast from the iconic cityscapes of Sydney to the tropical hub of Cairns on an epic trip that hits all the highlights in just two weeks. Sample wine and cheese as you venture through the picturesque Hunter Valley, meet cute and cuddly koalas in an animal hospital near Port Macquarie, hike down for a dip in the cascading waters at Dangar Falls then hang loose in the bustling beachside town of Byron. Next, follow the sun-kissed coastline to Queensland and take an off-road adventure across Fraser Island, sail through the picture-perfect islands of the Whitsundays, flop and drop on the palm-fringed sands of Mission Beach and explore the colourful underwater world of the Great Barrier Reef.

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Cycle South Australia’s Wine Regions

Is there a better way to enjoy South Australia’s renowned wine country than on a bicycle? If there is, we’re yet to find it. Just a short distance from cosmopolitan Adelaide, this is a region well known for its natural beauty, welcoming people and of course delicious red and white wines. This cycling trip takes in the best of it at a pace set to enjoy rather than race. Get started in the very heart of vibrant Adelaide, one of the world’s most liveable cities, then transport out to the nearby yet distinct wine regions. From the Barossa Valley – home of Australia’s best-known red wine – to the northern Clare Valley (ripe for a drop of Riesling), south to the birthplace of South Australia’s wine industry, McLaren Vale, and west to the stunning Glenelg Beach, it’s not just the wine that is diverse. The varied scenery, easy network of cycling paths, and support vehicle make this a trip for every rider.

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Uluru & Kings Canyon Adventure

You don’t get a name like the Red Centre by accident – from the shifting shades of Uluru at sunrise and sunset to the otherworldly rust-coloured formations of Kata Tjuta, the spectacular colour palette of Australia’s heart has to be seen to be believed. Marvel at Uluru, Australia’s most sacred site, and learn about the importance of the area to Australia’s Anangu people. The Valley of the Winds walk will reveal unrivalled views of Kata Tjuta, and a hike through the soaring cliffs and tranquil gardens of Kings Canyon will show off striking scenery at every step. In four days, uncover landscapes that will stick with you for a lifetime.

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Uluru Sunrise & Field of Light

Internationally acclaimed artist Bruce Munro is noted for his immersive site-specific installations that employ light to evoke emotional response, often in an outdoor context and on a monumental scale. His Field of Light, inspired by a trip to Uluru over 30 years ago, is installed in a remote desert area within sight of majestic Uluru. It is his largest installation to date, with Munro and his team installing more than 50,000 slender stems crowned with radiant frosted glass spheres. It is truly a magical sight to behold.

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Daintree Dreaming – Traditional Aboriginal Fishing

Visit the traditional fishing grounds of the Kuku Yalanji people, Kuyu Kuyu (Cooya Beach. Enjoy homemade damper, learn about ancient culture from your Aboriginal guide. At Mossman Gorge you will be greeted with a traditional smoking ceremony followed by a delicious lunch infused with local flavours. Wander into the lush rainforest of the World Heritage listed Daintree National Park.

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Mai Uluru La Ila

Mai Uluṟu La Ila, meaning food close to Uluṟu^ is an exclusive barbecue dinner.

Set within Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park and the only one of its kind under Uluṟu’s towering shadow, you will dine with a Quandong Passion Mimosa in hand while watching a kaleidoscope of colour as the sun sets. Enjoy favourites from the grill and dessert in the desert while the night sky lights up with billions of stars and the Guide shares insights into the Southern Hemisphere’s constellations.

^Thankyou to proud Aṉangu man, Craig Woods who named this experience in the local Aboriginal language – Pitjantjatjara.

*Child age 9-15 years. A minimum age of 9 is required.

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