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Treasures of Australia Tour

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If you’re going to travel all the way to the other side of the world, you will really want to make the most of your holiday.

So, to make sure you don’t miss out on the country’s many highlights and hidden gems, we’ve put together the ultimate Australian adventure – Treasures of Australia.

What makes this tour magical is the diversity of the destinations, which allow you to experience all of the country’s different cultures and traditions. The incredible cities will give you a taste of modern ‘down under’, whilst your visit to the outback offers an authentic insight into the country’s rugged natural beauty and ancient culture.

As always with a Distant Journeys tour, you’ll also enjoy a number of once in a lifetime experiences. For example, you’ll discover the Great Barrier Reef and take a behind the scenes tour of Sydney’s Opera House.

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Day 1

Depart UK

Kangaroo and Joey hopping on the coast of Kangaroo Island, with colourful blue waters and small islands off the coast in background

Fly with Qantas & Emirates from the airport most convenient to you. Choose between from London Heathrow, Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow or Newcastle – whichever you depart from, there is no extra cost.

Included meals:

In-flight meals and drinks

Day 2

Singapore, 2 nights

Aerial view of Marina Bay, Singapore at dawn, with the famous Art Science museum in foreground

The next two days of our itinerary are based on a stopover in Singapore. Flights from London Heathrow may travel direct to Singapore, and UK regional flights will travel via Dubai. We arrive into the wonderful city of Singapore where our accommodation is close to the banks of the scenic Singapore River, the M Hotel City Centre.

Included meals:

In-flight meals and drinks

Alternative stopover

Days 2-4 of this itinerary are based on a stopover in Singapore. If you prefer, you may choose to stopover in Dubai or spend an extra two nights in Perth instead, including transfers, accommodation, daily breakfast, and a city sightseeing tour if choosing Dubai. Flight timings will vary. Please speak with one of our personal travel experts for more details.

Day 3


Merlion Statue at twilight with Singapore skyscrapers in background

Singapore is one of the most exciting destinations in Asia, a real melting pot where Chinese, Indian and Malay cultures have merged with Western influences to create a vibrant city. This morning we embark on a tour of the highlights of the city, such as its ethnic quarters that help make the city what it is today; the famous Merlion Statue, a national symbol of Singapore; and the beautiful botanical gardens. The afternoon is left free to enjoy – maybe treat yourself to afternoon tea at Raffles Hotel?

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Day 4

Perth, 4 nights

Photo looking up at the Gardens By The Bay light show in Singapore at night, vibrant pinks and purples paired with deep blues of the night sky

Spend the day as you please in Singapore until it’s time to leave for our evening flight to our first stop in Australia, Perth. Once we arrive into Perth later tonight, we clear customs and transfer to the Duxton Hotel.

Included meals:

Breakfast, in-flight meals and drinks

Day 5


Perth Cityscape

After a relaxed morning, we convene with our Tour Manager and fellow explorers to delve deeper into the details of our upcoming journey. Later, we experience a wonderful immersion into Australia’s indigenous wildlife with a visit to Caversham Wildlife Park. This park serves as a splendid showcase for a plethora of Australia’s distinctive and legendary creatures, encompassing koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, possums, Tasmanian devils, and wombats.

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Day 6


Scenic view of Perth, with autumn colours in the dense tree line - sunset reflecting in the skyscrapers

Our day in Perth starts with a sightseeing tour of the city and its surrounds, beginning at King’s Park, a sprawling landscape of grassed parkland, botanical gardens and natural bushland in the heart of Perth. At the nearby town of Fremantle, known as Freo to the locals, we visit the Shipwreck Galleries for a fascinating insight into the area’s maritime history. We return to Perth via a cruise on the Swan River passing some jaw-dropping cliffside mansions on the way. This afternoon, relax at the hotel, discover some of Perth’s trendy suburbs, or maybe take an optional trip to Nambung National Park to visit the fascinating limestone formations known as the Pinnacles.

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Day 7

Perth Freedom Day

Coast of Rottnest Island, Australia, with varying green and blue water

Our first full Australian Freedom Day allows us to spend the day as we please. Our Distant Journeys Tour Manager will be on hand with advice on things to do, where to eat, or book excursions for you to further explore the area. Perhaps make the short journey to Rottnest Island, a protected nature reserve with white-sand beaches and secluded coves. Discover pristine beaches and the unique flora and fauna of the island, plus learn about the island’s Aboriginal history and of course we will hopefully meet the most famous local resident of Rottnest Island, the friendly and adorable quokka. However you choose to spend your day – enjoy!

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Day 8

Adelaide, 3 nights

elevated view of an Adelaide street with people sat outside restaurants and on a balcony

In the morning, we make our way to Perth Airport in time for our flight to Adelaide. Surrounded by grassy parkland, picturesque hills and the Mount Lofty Range, Adelaide could scarcely present a more captivating aspect. On arrival, we will be introduced to Adelaide’s streets, fine Victorian buildings and the attractive parks and gardens that surround the city. Later, transfer to the centrally-located Crowne Plaza Hotel, where we will stay for the next three nights.

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Day 9

Hahndorf & Barossa Valley

Pretty main street of Handorf near Adelaide, South Australia

We leave the city this morning, heading first for Mount Lofty Botanic Garden before continuing to Australia’s oldest surviving German settlement, the quaint village of Hahndorf, with its tree-lined streets and original ‘Fachwerk’ buildings. After a stop at a working blacksmith museum, we head to the Barossa Valley, a renowned wine growing region, to enjoy wine tasting and lunch.

Included meals:

Breakfast and lunch

Day 10

Adelaide Freedom Day

Kangaroos grazing on Kangaroo Island

A Freedom Day to spend as you please. Take a look around Adelaide on foot or perhaps take an optional tour to Kangaroo Island, situated off the Fleurieu Peninsula, which offers a unique touring experience, combining native wildlife with natural, unspoilt wilderness.

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Day 11

Melbourne, 3 nights

Melbourne Skyline and the Yarra River at Dusk

This morning we take a short flight to Melbourne, capital of the state of Victoria. Melbourne is a blend of well-preserved grand buildings, bustling laneways, world-class restaurants and captivating museums, which we will see on this afternoon’s tour. It’s unarguably the sporting capital of Australia, and we will see the Rod Laver Arena, home to Australian Open tennis, and the Melbourne Cricket Ground, known as the MCG. Our tour also takes in Treasury Gardens, Victoria Markets and Federation Square, before finishing in the waterside suburb of St Kilda. Our accommodation for the next three nights is the Pullman on the Park.

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Day 12

Melbourne Freedom Day

Puffing Billy Steam train in the Dandenong Ranges, Victoria, Australia

Our first Freedom Day in Melbourne, one of Australia’s most vibrant, multi-cultural cities. There are many activities available, such as an excursion aboard the heritage Puffing Billy steam train through the beautiful Blue Dandenong Ranges. This tour also includes a visit to Healesville Wildlife Sanctuary, an intimate retreat with much of Australia’s unique wildlife at home here – including the infamous Tasmanian Devil! Alternatively, you might wish to take an optional Around the Bay Food & Wine Tasting Tour, exploring the best of Victoria’s foodie scene.

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Day 13

Melbourne Freedom Day

Dramatic sandstone pillars rising out of the sea. Known as the Twelve Apostles and part of the dramatic coastal drive, the Great Ocean Road in Victoria, Australia

A further Freedom Day is an opportunity to enjoy an optional tour along one of the world’s most spectacular coastal drives, the internationally renowned Great Ocean Road. This full day tour meanders along the dramatic southwest coastline of Victoria to the impressive Twelve Apostles. Another escape from the city is offered on the optional Around the Bay Sightseeing tour, taking in the stunning Mornington Peninsula and including a lunch and dolphin spotting cruise. Or why not discover the historic and gastronomic delights of Geelong with a trip on the lovingly restored Q train.

Alternatively, you may prefer to visit Phillip Island, home to one of the largest Little Penguin colonies in the world. Every evening, in what’s known as the Penguin Parade, hundreds of tiny penguins waddle from the beach to their burrows after a day out at sea.

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Day 14

Uluru, 2 nights

Tour Highlight

This morning, we fly to Uluru in Australia’s Red Centre. The huge sandstone monolith of Uluru is a site of great cultural and spiritual significance to the Aboriginal peoples of the Northern Territory. We take a guided tour of the rock base, discovering more about its history and legends. Afterwards, we make our way to the four-star Desert Gardens Hotel. This evening, we take up position in our viewing area to enjoy a glass of sparkling wine together whilst witnessing the spectacle of the changing colours of Uluru as the sun begins to set.

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Day 15


Sunset over Ayers Rock

This morning, before breakfast we have the option of viewing Uluru at sunrise – a spectacle worth the early start! Later, we leave for a tour of Kata Tjuta, also known as the Olgas, a series of rounded sandstone domes which also have great significance to the indigenous population.
Our afternoon and evening are left free to relax or enjoy an optional activity such as dinner and drinks under the stars at the Sounds of Silence evening or a walk through the Field of Light.

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Day 16

Alice Springs, Overnight

Kata Tjuta from the side, showing the eroded rocks and vibrant oranges of this structure

Leaving Ayers Rock this morning we drive through the Outback along the Lasseter and Stuart Highways to Alice Springs. Home for tonight is the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Alice Springs. This evening, perhaps enjoy a quintessentially Aussie experience at the Outback Bush Barbecue, or the unique experience of a Sunset Camel Tour.

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Day 17

Darwin, 2 nights

Aerial of the tropical northern city of Darwin at sunset

With a morning at leisure, you may wish to view a glorious outback sunrise on an optional hot air balloon trip or travel further afield on a morning sightseeing tour of the Western MacDonnell Ranges. Later, we visit two institutions which provide an essential lifeline to people living in the remotest parts of the Outback; the Royal Flying Doctor Service and the School of the Air. We also visit the Old Telegraph Station, the site of the old springs from which Alice gets its name, and ANZAC Hill which has panoramic views over the surrounding MacDonnell Ranges. Later, we board our flight to Darwin, capital of the Northern Territory. Our hotel for the next two nights is the DoubleTree By Hilton Esplanade, which overlooks Darwin Harbour.

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Day 18

Darwin Freedom Day

Couple taking a selfie in front of a large termite mound in Litchfield National Park, near Darwin in Australia's Top End

Darwin is a laid-back tropical city in the Northern Territory, known locally as the Top End. As today is free for you to explore at leisure, we recommend an excursion to Litchfield National Park, an ancient landscape of rugged sandstone cliffs, rainforests and spectacular waterfalls tumbling into cool plunge pools. For those wishing to venture further afield, a full day overland or flightseeing excursion to Kakadu National Park can be arranged.

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Day 19

Cairns, 5 nights

Aerial of the tropical city of Cairns and Trinity Inlet, in Australia's Tropical North Queensland

An early start this morning as we board our one-stop flight to Cairns, in Far North Queensland. On arrival we will make the short transfer to our home for the next five nights, the Hilton Cairns which occupies a superb position on Cairns’ Esplanade. The rest of the day is free to settle in and look forward to the adventures ahead.

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Day 20

Cairns Freedom Day

Cairns Skyrail travelling over dense rainforest, with strong waterfall flowing through a gorge

Today is a Freedom Day in Cairns, to enjoy as you wish. A lovely way to spend your day is with an optional excursion to Kuranda, the ‘village in the rainforest’. The journey to Kuranda is on the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway, gliding above the treetops with spectacular views over the rainforest. We spend a pleasant few hours exploring Kuranda’s attractions before making our way to Rainforest Station, where we meet our Aboriginal guides to chat in the Yarning Circle, watch a traditional dance performance and try our hand at boomerang throwing. We return to Cairns on the heritage Kuranda Scenic Railway, crossing 40 bridges and through 15 tunnels on its uniquely breathtaking journey.

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Day 21

Cairns Freedom Day

Boat cruising down the Daintree River in Tropical North Queensland, Australia

Another Freedom Day to enjoy in Far North Queensland. For an unforgettable experience, take a day trip to nearby Daintree Rainforest, the world’s oldest rainforest. Learn about the fascinating secrets of the Daintree on a walk with an Aboriginal guide, and enjoy a cruise on the Daintree River – look out for saltwater crocodiles! The excursion continues to Cape Tribulation, a remote headland, with glorious unspoilt beaches and walking tracks through the lush forests. If you prefer to stay in Cairns today, there’s lots to enjoy, whether you browse the many shops and galleries or take a cooling dip in the infinity pool at Cairns Lagoon.

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Day 22

Great Barrier Reef

One of the wonders of the underwater world, showing colourful marine life

Tour Highlight

No holiday to Australia is complete without a visit to the Great Barrier Reef, a World Heritage Site and one of the world’s most famous natural wonders. It’s a truly once in a lifetime experience, with its stunningly beautiful coral and colourful marine life making this a place like no other. Our full-day excursion to the Great Barrier Reef begins with a journey aboard a high speed catamaran to the Outer Reef. We have four hours here for you to enjoy as you wish, and you don’t even need to get wet to see the wonders of the Reef with a glass-bottomed boat and semi-submersible reef viewer offering the chance to see the array of life and colour beneath the water. For the more active, you can snorkel in the sheltered coral lagoon, or, for an additional cost, join the marine biologist on a snorkel safari or perhaps have a go at scuba diving, or join a Seawalker helmet dive. There is also the option to see the reef from above on a scenic helicopter flight or for something truly special travel in style to or from the reef with a helicopter transfer.

Included meals:

Breakfast and lunch

Day 23

Cairns Freedom Day

Couple enjoying a drink on Cairns Esplanade at sunset

Another day to enjoy the laid back tropical city of Cairns. Maybe take a stroll along the esplanade and enjoy one of the many al fresco cafes, take a swim in the open air saltwater lagoon, or perhaps, go shopping for some souvenirs in one of the cities many open-air markets. Alternatively, why not take a trip to Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures? Just a 40 minute drive from Cairns, there are miles of timber boardwalks and paths winding through woodlands and rainforest where you can see an array of wildlife, including beautiful tropical birds, reptiles, insects and other native fauna.

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Day 24

Sydney, 4 nights

Sydney Opera House with blue water and cruise boat travelling past

This morning we make the short journey to Cairns Airport for our flight to Sydney. As a fitting climax to our tour of Australia, Sydney is a world-class city that makes the best of its beautiful setting and boasts such iconic landmarks as the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House. There’s a vibrant cultural scene, a plethora of excellent restaurants and bars and superb shopping opportunities. Sydney is known as a city of villages, and each suburb has its own distinctive personality, pristine sandy beaches and native bushland. Our new home for the next four nights is the excellent Sofitel Sydney Wentworth.

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Day 25


Sydney Harbour from above, green park with boats in harbour, Sydney Harbour Bridge

Tour Highlight

This morning we will be introduced to Sydney in all its glory with an extensive sightseeing tour, beginning with a drive through some of the city’s most fashionable inner-city areas en route to the golden sands of Bondi Beach. On our way back to the city centre we pass beautiful Rushcutters Bay and upmarket Double Bay before arriving at Hyde Park, home to Parliament House and Mrs Macquarie’s Chair. This unique ‘chair’ is actually an exposed sandstone rock, cut into a bench shape in 1810 by convicts as a gift to the wife of Governor Macquarie. It also happens to be a perfect spot for ‘the’ photo of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. Our sightseeing tour culminates in the best possible way as we board our vessel for a lunch cruise on Sydney Harbour, accompanied by the most spectacular views – the perfect way to end our first morning in Sydney.

Included meals:

Breakfast and lunch

Day 26


Ariel of the Royal Botanical Gardens Sydney

This morning offers three very different treats: a guided tour of Sydney’s Opera House; a stroll through Sydney’s famous Botanic Garden with an Aboriginal guide; and a glimpse into the convict origins of Sydney at the interactive Hyde Park Barracks Museum – a world heritage site. The afternoon has been left free for you to explore as you please. Catch up on some shopping or perhaps climb the impressive Harbour Bridge with a Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb. Whatever you wish to do, our Tour Manager will be very happy to assist.

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Day 27

Sydney Freedom Day

Sydney Opera House up close, amply lit by purple sky and waters below

Although today has been left free, for those that so desire, we shall be taking an optional trip to the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains. The Blue Mountains are a perfect example of native Australian bushland, with gum trees, majestic peaks and deep gorges stretching as far as the eye can see. Experience the panoramas from a series of lookouts, including Echo Point – the prime position to view the Three Sisters rock formation. The excursion also visits the pretty village of Leura, and includes afternoon tea at the historic Hydro Majestic Hotel.

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Day 28

Depart Sydney

Vivid sunrise over Sydney Harbour with the Harbour Bridge and Opera House in the Background

Our last day in Sydney is free to enjoy as you like until we depart for the airport, bringing an end to the most amazing Australian adventure. Flights to our chosen UK airport operate via Dubai or Singapore, where there is a change of aircraft before the second leg of the journey.

Included meals:

Breakfast, in-flight meals and drinks

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Day 29

Arrive UK

small Koala climbing along tree branch

This morning our unforgettable journey comes to an end at your chosen airport: London Heathrow, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle or Glasgow.

Included meals:

Breakfast, in-flight meals and drinks

Why not combine with a tour of New Zealand?

For an experience of a lifetime exploring both Australia and New Zealand, we offer the chance to embark on the ultimate Australasian adventure with our Australia and New Zealand combination tours. These tours combine The Treasures of Australia with our excellent Magnificent New Zealand or New Zealand by Rail, Road and Sea tours.

Take a look at our Australia and New Zealand combination tours for more details.

Departure dates & prices

Book your place on Treasures of Australia before 1st July 2024, and SAVE up to £632 per couple on tours departing from September 2025. You can enjoy a two-night stopover on the homebound journey from as little as £29 per person (£58 single occupancy) in either Dubai, Bangkok or Singapore; a three-night stay in Bali from only £129 per person (£198 single occupancy) or a two-night stay on Sentosa Island from only £149 per person (£248 single occupancy). The price includes two to three nights accommodation in a four-star hotel, full breakfast each morning and return airport to hotel transfers. Prices are valid on departures from September 2025 only, for more information on stopover prices, please click here.

Departure date Price (pp) Availability Offer
12 October*£7,295HALF FULL Two-night stopover from £99 per person
25 January*£7,2951 SINGLE OCCUPANCY ROOM Two-night stopover from £99 per person
08 February*£7,295AVAILABLE Two-night stopover from £99 per person
11 October£7,795JUST LAUNCHEDTwo-night stopover from £29 per person
31 January£7,795JUST LAUNCHEDTwo-night stopover from £29 per person

*This tour stays at Crowne Plaza Lasseters Hotel in Alice Springs.

Prices: Prices are per person based on two people sharing a twin or double room.

Single Occupancy Supplement: 01 September 2024 – 31 August 2025, £1,745. 01 September 2025 onwards £1,945

Deposit: £1,000 per person if travelling in economy class, £1,950 per person if travelling in premium economy, and £3,750 per person for business class.

Flight upgrades: Upgrade to Premium Economy on selected routes from £2,295 per person return. Upgrade to Business Class from £4,995 per person return.

Visa: To enter Australia, you need an ETA (electronic travel authority).We will obtain this on your behalf and the £25 per person processing fee will be added to your confirmation invoice.

Important Information: Our holiday prices are subject to fuel surcharges and the availability of flights in the lowest fare booking class. The correct price will always be confirmed to you before you book, and once you have booked, our Price Promise will guarantee there will be no further increases. For full terms and conditions see our terms and conditions page.

So much included

At Distant Journeys, we offer leisurely and flexible tours which represent great value for money. The price of your Very Best of Australia holiday includes scheduled international flights, overseas transfers, expertly chosen hotels, daily breakfast, experienced local Tour Managers and a variety of wonderful excursions.

Flights with leading scheduled airlines

  • Return economy class flights
  • Fly with Qantas & Emirates from London Heathrow, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle or Glasgow
  • All domestic flights within Australia
  • All airport charges, security charges and any applicable fuel surcharges
  • UK Air Passenger Duty

Choice of outbound stopover

  • Two-night outbound stopover. Choose from Singapore or Dubai
  • Alternatively, spend two extra nights in Perth at the beginning of your tour

Carefully selected hotels

  • Superior and first class hotels in great locations
  • All hotel porterage
  • Applicable hotel taxes

Many meals

  • Meals worth £650 per person
  • Daily breakfast
  • Buffet lunch on the Great Barrier Reef
  • Lunch cruise around Sydney Harbour
  • Winery lunch in the Barossa Valley

Unforgettable experiences

  • Sightseeing tours in Singapore (or Dubai), Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Alice Springs and Sydney
  • Explore Caversham Wildlife Park
  • Wine tasting in the Barossa Valley
  • Experience Uluru at sunset and sunrise
  • Full day excursion to the Great Barrier Reef
  • Cruise Sydney’s famous harbour
  • A behind the scenes tour of the Opera House
  • Aboriginal guided tour of Sydney’s Botanic Garden

On the ground

  • Services of an experienced local Tour Manager
  • All overseas transfers
  • Modern, air-conditioned coaches throughout

100% confidence

  • Your holiday is covered by our Price Promise
  • Your holiday is fully ATOL protected

M Hotel City Centre, Singapore

Occupying a great location in Singapore city centre, M Hotel is a modern, stylish hotel offering a warm welcome and a range of services alongside comfortable, contemporary accommodation. Your Stay The spacious guest rooms are equipped with flat screen TV… Find out more >
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Pan Pacific Hotel, Perth

Just a short stroll from the famous Swan River is your hotel for your stay in Perth. The Pan Pacific Perth Hotel manages to remain charming and serene while being located right in the heart of Perth’s main shopping and… Find out more >
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Mercure Kangaroo Island Lodge

Kangaroo Island Lodge has been designed to blend in with its unique wilderness location and natural surroundings, and is situated on a hillside amidst native bushland.   The hotel is steeped in history, as it was the first guesthouse built on Kangaroo… Find out more >
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Crowne Plaza Hotel, Adelaide

The Crowne Plaza Adelaide is a new hotel in a great location in the heart of Adelaide city centre. Situated close to Rundle Mall, home to many high-end shops and restaurants, the Crowne Plaza Adelaide offers stylish, modern and comfortable… Find out more >
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Pullman on the Park, Melbourne

Located in East Melbourne, Pullman Melbourne On The Park puts you within the city’s main sports and entertainment district. Sports fans will be pleased to know that directly opposite the hotel is Melbourne Cricket Ground, while Rod Laver Arena and… Find out more >
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Desert Gardens Hotel, Ayers Rock

Welcome to the Desert Gardens Hotel – a magnificent sanctuary surrounded by towering ghost gums and flowering native shrubs among the red dunes. During your time at the Desert Garden Ayers Rock Resort, relax in the comfort of your own… Find out more >
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DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Alice Springs

Situated between the Todd River and Alice Springs Golf Club, the DoubleTree by Hilton Alice Springs is a luxury resort, offering stunning views of the MacDonnell Mountain Ranges. The hotel is conveniently located within walking distance of downtown and enjoys… Find out more >
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DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Darwin

Enjoy a wonderful stay at the DoubleTree by Hilton Darwin. Centrally located in Darwin, the hotel is within walking distance of many popular attractions, including Bicentennial Park, Darwin Convention Centre, downtown Darwin and Smith Street Mall. Should you have time… Find out more >
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Cairns Hilton Hotel, Cairns

After a day of exploring Cairns and its many nearby attractions, the Hilton Cairns is the perfect place to relax and enjoy your evening. Set in a wonderful waterfront location, the Cairns Hilton Hotel is located just a short walk… Find out more >
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Sofitel Sydney Wentworth Hotel, Sydney

The historic Sydney Wentworth hotel offers classic European style in the heart of Sydney’s central business and shopping districts. Some of Sydney’s world-famous attractions such as the Opera House, Circular Quay, The Rocks and the Royal Botanic Gardens, are all… Find out more >
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Marg River Tour

Perth: Margaret River, Busselton Jetty & Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse Full Day Tour

Travel south from Perth driving through farmland with grazing cattle and passing by coastal towns. Arriving at Busselton, known as the gateway to the Margaret River Region we stop for morning tea (own expense) at the iconic Busselton Jetty, the longest timber jetty in the southern hemisphere. Please note there is not enough time at this stop to walk the full length of the jetty - Thats how long it really is!

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Swan valley

Perth: Half Day Swan Valley Tour

An afternoon ‘sundowner’ tour traveling north of Perth into the Swan Valley. Hear all about the region from your driver-guide. Learn how the valley is Western Australia’s oldest wine area, and is dotted with historic villages, wineries, and restaurants.

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Australia Perth Rottnest Island coastal lighthouse sea ocean penguins beach horizon

Perth: Rottnest Grand Island Package

This full day tour takes you to the beautiful wildlife haven of Rottnest Island, and can be enjoyed during your Very Best of Australia tour.  Famed for its white sandy beaches and unique array of wildlife, Rottnest Island’s most notable residents are the adorable and friendly Quokkas. 

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Perth: Full Day Swan Valley Tour

Leave central Perth and enjoy the views as you travel north into the Swan Valley. Hear all about the region from your driver-guide. Learn how the valley is Western Australia’s oldest wine area, and is dotted with historic villages, wineries, and restaurants.

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Perth: Pinnacles Desert Sunset Tour & Star Gazing

The Pinnacles are one of the most iconic sights in Western Australia: a series of unique limestone rock formations sticking up out of a vast, remote desert. Pay a visit to this mystical feat of nature with a full-day Pinnacles Desert tour, which also takes in the Yanchep National Park, the western coast and the starry night sky.

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Barossa Valley

Adelaide: Afternoon Wine Tasting and Coast

Enjoy the short and scenic drive through the beautiful Adelaide Hills on route to the iconic wine tasting region of McLaren Vale.Once in McLaren Vale our first stop is the stunning Chapel Hill Winery.

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Adelaide: Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island Australia is South Australia’s premier nature-based tourism destination. Your Kangaroo Island tour from Adelaide begins early morning when you take a scenic coach journey to Cape Jervis taking in the picturesque Fleurieu Peninsula with its vineyards, coastal views and rolling hills.

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Adelaide: Murray River Scenic Lunch Cruise

The Murray River tour departs Adelaide and travels to the mighty Murray River. On your arrival, board the MV Proud Mary and relax as you cruise the historic river enjoying the wildlife and surrounding scenery.

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The Q Train

Melbourne: The Q Train Experience

Experience a 3 hour journey from Drysdale to Queenscliff and back to Drysdale on The Q Train. Be greeted with a welcome drink on arrival. On-board The Q Train you will make your way past Clydesdales, olive groves whilst enjoying a 5-course dining experience. Admire the picturesque views of the Bellarine railway on either steam or diesel locomotive.

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Melbourne: Phillip Island Penguin Plus Parade

Phillip Island is home to the largest little penguin anywhere in the world and watching the daily evening ritual of these delightful creatures emerge from the ocean to their sandy burrows is a spectacle not to be missed.

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Melbourne: Great Ocean Road and 12 Apostles Experience

A Great Ocean Road Day Trip introduces one of the world’s most stunning coastlines, offering ocean vistas, crashing surf, dramatic coastal cliffs and endless long sandy beaches.

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Melbourne: Around the Bay Sightseeing & Bay Cruise

Escape from the city for a day and discover the beauty of Melbourne Bay, also known as Port Phillip Bay, with a guided Melbourne Bay tour, taking in the stunning Mornington and Bellarine Peninsulas.

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Melbourne: Around the Bay Food & Wine Taste Tour

Explore Victoria’s enormous food and wine scene with this wonderful Melbourne food and wine tour. From Melbourne, you’ll to travel around and taste your way around the nearby Bellarine and Mornington Peninsulas, seeing some incredible sights along the way too.

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Melbourne: Puffing Billy Steam Train & Dandenong Ranges

This morning we leave the city for the lush rain forest of the Dandenong Ranges National Park, where we enjoy a short stroll through the rain forest. With luck you might spot and likely hear the famous Lyrebird.

From AUD $189 (approx. GBP £97) Read More >
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Uluru: Sounds of Silence Dinner

Entered into the Australian Tourism Hall of Fame, Sounds of Silence offers the best of the Red Centre distilled into four magical hours. An evening of dining under the sparkling outback sky.

From AUD $283 (approx. GBP £144) Read More >
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Uluru: Field of Light Dinner

Field of Light art installation, and global phenomenon, by internationally acclaimed artist Bruce Munro, is coming to Australia for the first time. As part of Ayers Rock Resort’s commitment to arts and culture, it’s hosting the biggest Field of Light installation to date at the place that inspired it - Uluru.

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Uluru: Scenic Flights

Enjoy a bird’s eye view of Uluru and Kata Tjuta, out to Lake Amadeus, Kings Canyon and Gosses’ Bluff on an Ayers Rock scenic flight. During this exhilarating experience, you will have a chance to truly appreciate the natural beauty of Uluru and Kata Tjuta.

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Uluru: Scenic Helicopter Flights

One of the best ways to experience Uluru and the sprawling domes of Kata Tjuta is on an Ayers Rock Helicopter tour. Your aerial view will take in Uluru and the magnificent red desert, all the way to the striking rock formations of Kata Tjuta.

From AUD $180 (approx. GBP £92) Read More >
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Uluru: Field of Light Self Guided Walk

Field of Light art installation, and global phenomenon, by internationally acclaimed artist Bruce Munro, is coming to Australia for the first time. As part of Ayers Rock Resort’s commitment to arts and culture, it’s hosting the biggest Field of Light installation to date at the place that inspired it - Uluru.

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Uluru: Field of Light Star Pass

Field of Light art installation, and global phenomenon, by internationally acclaimed artist Bruce Munro, is coming to Australia for the first time. As part of Ayers Rock Resort’s commitment to arts and culture, it’s hosting the biggest Field of Light installation to date at the place that inspired it - Uluru.

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Alice Springs: Half Day Western MacDonnell Ranges

Travel in a luxury 4WD to the West and East of Alice Springs and visit stunning locations in the MacDonnell Ranges. Stroll through the shady creek bed of Simpsons Gap with the rare black footed rock wallaby grazing on the rocky slopes.

From AUD $200 (approx. GBP £102) Read More >
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Alice Springs: Full Day Western MacDonnell Ranges

Explore the West MacDonnell Ranges on a full-day tour from Alice Springs. Travel with an expert guide to highlights such as Simpsons Gap, Ormiston Gorge, Ochre Pits, Standley Chasm, Ellery Creek and Glen Helen. Have time to enjoy the region's natural beauty and capture photos of the Australian Outback as you hike into rock canyons, discover hidden waterholes and view historical sites.

From AUD $260 (approx. GBP £133) Read More >
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Alice Springs: Outback Bush BBQ

A truly unique and authentic experience not to be missed. Become immersed in the spirit and grandeur that is the Australian Outback. From the moment you step off the coach you’ll be captivated by the setting sun exploding in a ray of colour adrift in the great expanse of the Northern Territory sky.

From AUD $275 (approx. GBP £140) Read More >
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Alice Springs: Desert Park

Situated at the base of the West MacDonnell Ranges and just 10 minutes’ drive from Alice Springs, Alice Springs Desert Park is an authentic recreation of the different desert habitats and life as it has been lived by the local indigenous Arrernte people for thousands of years.

From AUD $85 (approx. GBP £44) Read More >

Alice Springs: Hot Air Balloon Flight

Visit Alice Springs and you’ll get to enjoy an amazing hot air balloon flight. Get to know your friendly crew as you journey to the launch site in the cool pre-dawn darkness. Then begin the ascent just as the morning light begins to illuminate the rugged MacDonnell Ranges.

From AUD $350 (approx. GBP £178) Read More >
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Alice Springs: Sunset Camel Tour

The dazzling and unique sunsets that pass over Australia’s Red Centre each day are not to be missed during any visit to Australia, and during your time in Australia, you can try a fun way to see the amazing sunsets with this Alice Springs sunset camel tour.

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Darwin: City Sights Explorer Tour

The Darwin City Explorer Tour is a perfect way to gain an overview of all the top attractions in the Darwin area. Travelling in air conditioned comfort, this tour includes visits to historical Palmerston Town (Palmerston was the original name of Darwin) and Parliament House, which is Australia's newest Parliament Building.

From AUD $155 (approx. GBP £79) Read More >
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Darwin: Litchfield National Park

Join us on an exciting Litchfield National Park day tour from Darwin. Litchfield National Park is an Aboriginal Dreamtime region that retains its mysterious spirituality in the silence of still forest valleys and rock face escarpments.

From AUD $285 (approx. GBP £145) Read More >
Kakadu Air Safari

Darwin: Kakadu by Air

The Kakadu National Park tour allows you to experience the unspoilt beauty of Kakadu. Tour Kakadu National Park and take in the spectacular aerial perspectives and a truly special showcase of Aboriginal culture, rugged landscape, mighty rivers and unique wildlife on show.

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Darwin: Kakadu Adventure Tour

This wonderful, full day tour is ideal for experiencing the unspoilt beauty of Kakadu; taking in a truly special showcase of Aboriginal culture, rugged landscape, mighty rivers and unique wildlife. 

From AUD $399 (approx. GBP £203) Read More >
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Cairns: Kuranda Scenic Rail & Skyrail

We begin our day with a stunning journey on the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway. Take in the world’s oldest rainforest as you glide silently over this pristine jungle canopy that has remained relatively unchanged for 130 million years.

From AUD $250 (approx. GBP £128) Read More >
Daintree National Park

Cairns: Daintree Rainforest and Cape Tribulation

Enjoy a day exploring the rainforest and amazing landscapes of the Cape Tribulation wilderness area. In the morning visit the Mossman Gorge Gateway Centre and enjoy an indigenous presentation by the traditional owners of the gorge, the Kuku Yalanji people, before boarding your eco shuttle for the transfer into Mossman Gorge.

From AUD $271 (approx. GBP £138) Read More >
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Cairns: Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures

Hartley’s Crocodile Adventures is the best place to see crocodiles and local wildlife in Queensland and is situated just 40 minutes’ drive north of Cairns. Your excursion price includes return transport from Cairns and the admission fee.

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Cairns: Sunset Dinner Cruise

A popular evening choice is our Sunset Dinner cruise. Departing from Marlin Marina, an evening dinner cruise on the Spirit of Cairns takes you along Cairns’ waterfront and Esplanade and onwards into the calm waters of Trinity Inlet and its many tributaries.

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Cairns: Hot Air Balloon Flight

Hot air ballooning in Cairns, Australia, is a popular and exhilarating experience. The Atherton Tablelands, also known as the Cairns Highlands, is a much-admired destination for visitors from all around the world.

From AUD $440 (approx. GBP £224) Read More >
close view of a Maori Wasse on a guided snorkelling tour at Moore Reef, Great Barrier Reef, Australia

Great Barrier Reef: Guided Snorkel Tour

Experiencing the Great Barrier Reef is one of Australia’s many ‘must-see’ attractions. World Heritage listed, it is the worlds largest coral reef. Snorkelling is not only a popular activity; it is one of the best ways to see and experience the reef. Once moored at our floating platform, you will find a dedicated snorkelling area, complete with rest stations where you can check out a dazzling world of amazing marine life and beautiful coral.

From AUD $52 (approx. GBP £27) Read More >
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Great Barrier Reef: Seawalker Helmet Dive

On arrival on our floating pontoon, located in a natural lagoon fringed colourful coral, you will find marine biologists, dive instructors, qualified lifeguards and cruise attendants all waiting to share the beauty of the Great Barrier Reef.

From AUD $149 (approx. GBP £76) Read More >
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Great Barrier Reef: Scenic Helicopter Flight

A breath-taking alternative to in-water activities and coral viewing vessels is to soar above it all in a helicopter for a spectacular bird’s eye view of the Great Barrier Reef! As you fly high above this natural wonder you will be amazed by its sheer size and beauty.

From AUD $199 (approx. GBP £102) Read More >
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Great Barrier Reef: Scuba Diving

You’ll be amazed by its magical marine life and colourful coral from the moment you step off your catamaran and out onto the floating platform located on the Outer Reef. For a much closer look at this World-Heritage Listed site, why not make your Great Barrier Reef experience even more fascinating with either an Introductory SCUBA dive, or for qualified divers, a Certified dive.

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Great Barrier Reef: Scenic Helicopter Transfer

We travel to the outer reef and our floating pontoon by high-speed catamaran. If you wish, you can make your day extra special by upgrading to a scenic helicopter transfer either to, or from the reef, providing the complete Great Barrier Reef experience from below and above the water.

From AUD $399 (approx. GBP £203) Read More >
Sydney Harbour

Sydney: Harbour Explorer and Taronga Zoo

Experience Sydney like a local on the Harbour highway. With the option for a one day pass or a two day pass giving you the flexibility to hop on hop off at your convenience. This optional includes entrance to Taronga Zoo situated on the shores of Sydney Harbour offering stunning views of the city skyline and the iconic Sydney Opera House.

From AUD $79 (approx. GBP £40) Read More >
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Sydney: Blue Mountains

Explore this million-acre World Heritage-listed area. This tour takes you away from the obvious tourist traps to show you the Blue Mountains from an insider’s perspective – from secluded lookouts, rainforest bush tracks and pristine valleys You still see all the main sights, like the fascinating Three Sisters, but you will be taken to the smaller lookouts where you’ll hopefully be the only ones enjoying the view. Peaceful bushwalks enhance the experience.

From AUD $250 (approx. GBP £128) Read More >
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Sydney: Bridge Climb

Prepare to climb Sydney Harbour Bridge on this exhilarating excursion. Known to Sydneysiders as ‘The Coathanger’, the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge is the world’s largest (but not longest) steel arch bridge. Connecting the northern and southern shores of Sydney’s sparkling harbour, the Bridge is an instantly recognisable symbol of Australia.

From AUD $354 (approx. GBP £180) Read More >

Sydney: Opera House Tour

The Sydney Opera House is a must-see landmark during your time in Australia. On this tour, you can take in all the mystery and majesty of the Australian icon on a one-hour VIP Sydney Opera House Tour. Discover the stories and secrets behind the commissioning, construction and controversy surrounding Danish architect Jørn Utzon’s masterpiece.

From AUD $45 (approx. GBP £23) Read More >

Sydney: Scenic Helicopter Flight

Enjoy Sydney from the best possible vantage point – by air. You will take a spectacular 20 minute flight in a luxury helicopter, including return transfers from your hotel. The flight begins from a private lounge at Sydney’s Mascot Airport, and heads out to the coast, giving you a bird’s eye view of some of the amazing luxury homes that nestle above the dramatic cliffs along Maroubra and Coogee.

From AUD $240 (approx. GBP £123) Read More >

Bali: Purifying Ceremony at Tirta Empul Temple

The Indonesian island of Bali is renowned not only for its beauty but also for its ancient temples. Tirta Empul temple is among the most famous, its waters said to...

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Bali: Jatiluwih Village & The Batukaru Mountains Nature Tour

Discover the ‘real’ Bali and escape off the beaten track with this small group tour to the centre of Bali, visiting mountains, farms, ancient villages and temples. There’s more to...

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Bali: Hai Sunset Dinner Cruise

Bali is one of the world’s most beautiful islands, and the Bali Hai cruise is one of the best ways to see the island in all its splendour, taking it...

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Bali: Mengwi Temple, Monkey Forest & Tanah Lot Temple Tour

Discover ancient temples, meet the local wildlife and explore the countryside of inland Bali with this half-day Mengwi Temple, Monkey Forest and Tanah Lot tour. It’s one of several optional...

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Bali: Kecak at Uluwatu Temple in Bali & BBQ seafood dinner

Discover the real Bali with an immersive evening of culture, dance and food on this evening tour to Bali’s Uluwatu temple. If you decide to visit Bali on a homebound...

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Bangkok: Half Day City and Temples Tour

Thailand has over 26,000 temples or Wats (local name). This Half Day City and Temples tour will bring you to three of the most distinguished temples in Bangkok, beginning with Wat Traimit, the temple of the Golden Buddha.

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Bangkok: Half Day Grand Palace

Bangkok’s Grand Palace Tour is a “must see” for all visitors to Bangkok. The Grand Palace complex, built in 1782, includes the Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaew) and is unquestionably one of the wonders of the world today.

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Bangkok: Half Day Floating Markets

A glimpse of everyday life in Thailand can be seen at the Damnern Saduak floating market, situated around 100km south west of Bangkok. This Bangkok floating market can be explored on a unique Bangkok floating market tour. You’ll take an exhilarating narrow long-tailed speedboat ride through the marshes and stilt houses, which leads you to the Damnern Saduak Market.

From THB 2,930 (approx. £65)  Read More >

Dubai: Helicopter Flight Tour

Highlights:  Fly over the iconic tower - Burj Khalifa! Explore sites of Jumeirah Beach and downtown Enjoy a helicopter tour over Dubai by flying from the most famous man-made island,...

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Dubai: Desert Safari and Dinner

For a magical and memorable evening, join us on a Dubai Desert Safari tour. Leave behind the hustle and bustle of the city and venture into the mysterious desert in the trained hands of your safari guides.

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Night out at Colonial Charms of the City

To truly experience the vibrant heartbeat of Singapore, immerse yourself in the pulsating urban life of the Civic District. A heady blend of old and new, the precinct is home to a trove of cultural gems, hip bars and unforgettable feasts.

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Chinatown and little India, Singapore

Singapore: Night out at Chinatown and Little India

Chinatown has come a long way since the early days when Chinese immigrants made this enclave their home. Filled with a sprawling myriad of shops and eateries, bustling with colourful and exciting activities set against a backdrop of rich history and heritage, Chinatown is not to be missed, especially in the evening when everything really comes alive.

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Marina Bay, Singapore

Singapore: Night out at Marina Bay

Discover birds-eye view of the city and Marina Bay from the top of Marina's Bay Sand's Skypark. Enjoy one complimentary drink at CÉ LA VI Kiosk, Level 56, Marina Bay Sands Skypark, Hotel Tower 3. Experience the breath-taking view of the city lights, before moving onto the picturesque Marina Bay area where you experience Gardens by the Bay under the moonlit sky.

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The grand lobby afternoon tea at Raffles

Singapore: Afternoon Tea in the Grand Lobby, Raffles Hotel

Highlights:  Afternoon Tea at Raffles Tour Description:  The Afternoon Tea ritual, much like Raffles Hotel, Singapore, was fashioned in the 19th century. A cherished tradition since its founding in Great...

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Singapore: Gardens by the Bay

Recently voted one of the Top 10 Indoor Gardens of the World, the Gardens by the Bay is also Singapore’s number 1 attraction according to Trip Advisor. Featuring more than 1 million plants from more than 5,000 species, Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is a must-see destination filled with wonders from around the world.

From SGD $60 (approx. GBP £36) Read More >
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Singapore: Night Safari

The Singapore Night Safari is world’s first. Set in 40 hectares of secondary jungle, the mystery and drama of the tropical jungle after dusk unfolds at the Singapore Zoo Night Safari.

From SGD $148 (approx. GBP £87) Read More >

Early Booking Offers – SAVE up to £632 per couple!

Enjoy a homebound stopover from as little as £29 per person when you book one of our Australia tours departing after September 2025. Choose a city stay in bustling Bangkok, fashionable Dubai or the cosmopolitan Singapore, or opt to relax beachside in Bali, or Sentosa Island.

It really does pay to book early, as these stopovers usually cost up to £690 per couple for two nights’ accommodation in a four-star hotel, with full daily breakfast and airport transfers.

Destinations and prices as follows:

  • Two-night stopover in Singapore, Bangkok or Dubai from just £29 per person (£58 for single occupancy).
  • Three-night stopover in Bali from only £129 per person (£198 for single occupancy).
  • Two-night stopover on Sentosa Island from £149 per person (£248 for single occupancy).

We also have great deals available on tours departing before September 2025, with homebound stopovers available from £99 per person. That’s still an incredible saving of up to £492 per couple!

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The savings quoted on Australia tours are off the price of a homeward stopover which normally costs up to £690 per couple. Early booking offers are for tours departing from September 2025. All offers are based on specific flights and booking classes and are subject to availability at the time of booking. If choosing to fly with Singapore Airlines your homebound stopover options are limited to Singapore or Sentosa Island. All offers must end 1st July 2024.

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Singapore Stopover Offer, M Hotel City Centre

There’s just so much to do and see in Singapore, that no matter how many times you visit, you’ll always find yourself wanting to go back again. Maybe it’s the myriad of cultures coming together to create such a unique…

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Bangkok Stopover Offer, Pathumwan Princess Hotel

Busy, lively, colourful and above all welcoming, Bangkok should be on your list of must-see places to visit. Here you can experience things you simply can’t do in most cities, like sailing on a longtail boat through floating markets. Make sure…

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Dubai Stopover Offer, Marriott Al Jaddaf Hotel

Stay in style at the five star Marriott al Jaddaf when you visit the gateway to Arabia. The numerous malls and labyrinth-like souks are enchanting to explore. And you really can’t complain about the year round sunshine, which you can make…

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Bali - Merusaka Nusa Dua

Bali Stopover Offer, Merusaka Nusa Dua

The beachfront Merusaka in Nusa Dua is an oasis of calm surrounded by tropical beauty, where turquoise waters lap white-sand shores and swaying palm trees. Guests can expect modern, comfortable rooms with elements of Balinese design; three outdoor pools and…

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Sentosa Stopover Offer, Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa, Singapore

Stopover in style at the four star Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa, Singapore, a beautiful beachside resort on Singapore’s Sentosa Island.  Perfect for a relaxing break, but close to the numerous exciting attractions of Singapore, the Rasa Sentosa stopover may be chosen as…

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From start to finish the whole trip was well organised. The accommodation was first class, with the hotels in great locations which made it easy access to all the attractions.

Mr & Mrs Adams (Lanarkshire), The Very Best of Australia

After a long time searching for our Australian holiday, we definitely chose the right one with Distant Journeys. What an amazing holiday.

Mrs Linda Pearson (Cheshire), The Very Best of Australia

The holiday was amazing from start to finish. The itinerary was excellent and everything ran smoothly from start to finish, and our guide was a real star.

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