Spend your vacation with kangaroos in Australia (10 Nights and 11 Days)

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Spend your vacation with kangaroos in Australia (10 Nights and 11 Days)

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Overview

Inclusions:
o 10 nights Hotel accommodations in  3* or Similar Hotel
o Buffet Breakfast at Hotel on Day 2, Day 3, Day 4, Day 5, Day 6,Day 7, Day 8, Day 9, Day 10 & Day 11
o Sightseeing excursions on SIC basis & Entrances
o Dream world Tour 
o SeaWorld or Movie world Tour
o Melbourne City Tour
o Big Cat Cruise Tour to Green Island Reef + Lunch, Semi submarine & glass Bottom boat or Snorkeling gear
o Half Day Sydney City Sight Tour including Opera House, Sydney Harbor Bridge, Beach

 

Exclusions:
o Australian Visa
o Any meals or tours other than mentioned above                
o Return airfare
o Any personal expenses such as laundry, tips etc.
o Anything not mentioned in Package includes
o Peak season surcharge if any on Cruise or hotel
o Service Tax 3.09% extra

 

Terms and Conditions:
o Rooms are subject to availability at the time of booking
o Rates are subject to change without prior notice
o The above rates are applicable for Indian passport Holders only

 

 

Day 1 - Brisbane
Arrive Brisbane Airport and Conxions SIC transfer to Gold Coast Hotel. Check-in and Day Free. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 2 - Gold Coast
Breakfast at Hotel Return SIC transfer to Dream world with free admission to Sky point Observation Deck (No Transfers for Sky point). Overnight at your Hotel

Day 3 - Gold Coast
Breakfast at Hotel. Return SIC transfer to SeaWorld OR Movie world (Choice of 1 Theme Park - must be pre-booked). Overnight at your Hotel

Day 4 - Melbourne
Breakfast at Hotel. Check-out & SIC transfer to Brisbane Airport. Arrive Melbourne Tullamarine Airport & SIC Transfer to Hotel for flights within 2230 hrs. Check-in at Hotel.

Day 5 - Melbourne
Breakfast at hotel. Morning half day Marvelous Melbourne City sights. Later from Federation square join the afternoon Philip Island Penguins & Wildlife. Back to Hotel.

Day 6 - Cairns 
Breakfast at Hotel. Depart to Melbourne Tullamarine Airport by SIC Transfer for flights within 2230hrs. Arrive Cairns Airport and SIC Transfer to your Hotel. Overnight

Day 7 - Departure
Breakfast at Hotel. Full Day SIC Big Cat Cruise Tour to Green Island Reef + Lunch, Semi submarine & glass Bottom boat or Snorkeling gears. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 8 - Sydney
Breakfast at Hotel. Check-out and depart by SIC to Cairns Airport. Arrive Sydney Airport & Transfer by SIC to your Hotel and Check-in.

Day 9 - Sydney
Breakfast at Hotel. This Morning we proceed by SIC for Half Day Sydney City Sight Tour including Opera House, Sydney Harbor Bridge, Beach etc.

Day 10 - Sydney
Breakfast at Hotel. Day is free for Leisure.

Day 11 - Sydney
Breakfast at hotel. Check Out of Hotel. SIC transfer to Sydney Airport for onward flight.

 

LAND OF KANGAROOS

 

AUSTRALIA is world famous for its natural wonders and wide open spaces, its beaches, deserts, "the bush", and "the Outback".

However, Australia is actually one of the world's most highly urbanised countries, well known for the cosmopolitan attractions of its large cities such as Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.

Australia also has a multicultural population practising almost every religion and lifestyle. Over one-quarter of Australians were born outside Australia, and another quarter have at least one foreign-born parent. The most multicultural cities are Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney. All three cities are renowned for the variety and quality of global foods available in their many restaurants, and Melbourne especially promotes itself as a centre for the arts, while Brisbane promotes itself through various, multicultural urban villages. Adelaide is known for being a centre for festivals as well as German cultural influences, while Perth is known for its food and wine culture, pearls, gems and precious metals as well as the international fringe arts festival. Smaller rural settlements generally still reflect a majority Anglo-Celtic culture often with a small Aboriginal population, however virtually every large Australian city and town reflects the immigration from Europe, Asia, the Middle East and the Pacific that occurred after World War II and continued into the 1970s, in the half century after the war when Australia's population boomed from roughly 7 million to just over 20 million people.

There are approximately half a million Australians who identify as being of Aboriginal descent. Many fewer maintain elements of traditional Aboriginal culture.

Contrary to popular mythology, descendants from convicts are in a very small minority, and even during the years of transportation free settlers outnumbered convict migrants by at least five to one.

Australian English was once known for its colour and colloquialisms but has lost a great deal of this to outside influence, although people in rural areas still tend to speak in a broader accent, using many of the slang words that have become outmoded in metropolitan areas. There is very little provincialism in Australia, although accents tend to be broader and slower outside of the large cities. There are overall small pronunciation differences in the cities but these are becoming less common. For example the word "you", which is often rolled off the tongue sharper on the south east coast, almost as "ewe" as opposed to the west coast and other regions. It is also a modern variation to find Afrikaans accents on the west coast modifying the local accents slightly due to the high immigration there. Like in much of the English speaking world, a more educated, white-collar and/or conservative Australian accent tends towards being more softer or general in tones, rather than the sharp tones, however it is a subtle difference overall and it is usually only native speakers who can typically recognise regional variations.

Australians can be socially conservative compared to some European cultures and often have a balanced attitude defining their European origin with their growing Asian influence. They tend to be relaxed in their religious observance. While the Australian sense of egalitarianism has moderated, modes of address still tend to be casual and familiar compared to some other cultures. Most Australians will tend to address you by your first name and will expect that you to reciprocate.

For other places with the same name, see Sydney (disambiguation).
Sydney is a huge city with several district articles containing sightseeing, restaurant, nightlife and accommodation listings — consider printing them all.
 
 


Sydney  is known as the Harbour City. It is the largest, oldest and most cosmopolitan city in Australia with an enviable reputation as one of the world's most beautiful and liveable cities. Brimming with history, nature, culture, art, fashion, cuisine, design, it is set next to miles of ocean coastline and sandy surf beaches. Recent immigration trends have led to the cities reputation as one of the most culturally and ethnically diverse cities in Australia and the world. The city is also home to the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

For other places with the same name, see Melbourne (disambiguation).
Melbourne is a huge city with several district articles containing sightseeing, restaurant, nightlife and accommodation listings — consider printing them all.
 

Melbourne  is Australia's second largest city, and the capital of the south-eastern state of Victoria, located at the head of Port Phillip Bay.

Melbourne is Australia’s cultural capital, with Victorian-era architecture, extensive shopping, museums, galleries, theatres, and large parks and gardens. Its 4-million residents are both multicultural and sports-mad.

Reasons to visit Melbourne include to attend major sporting events, to use it as a base for exploring surrounding regions such as Grampians National Park, The Great Ocean Road, and to visit Phillip Island to view the penguin parade. Many UK visitors come to Melbourne for tours of filming locations of soap opera Neighbours

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