11 days Australia- Sydney - 3 - Cairns -2 Goldcoast - 3 Melborne - 2

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11 days Australia- Sydney - 3 - Cairns -2 Goldcoast - 3 Melborne - 2

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Tour Cost Includes
  • Return economy class Airfare.
  • All Internal Flights.
  • 3nts hotel accommodation on twin sharing basis in Sydney.
  • 2nts hotel accommodation on twin sharing basis in Cairns.
  • 3nts hotel accommodation on twin sharing basis in Goldcost.
  • 2nts hotel accommodation on twin sharing basis in Melbourne.
  • Daily breakfast .
  • Meals as per itinerary
  • All Sightseeing as per Itinerary on SIC basis.
  • All Transfers on SIC basis.
  • Airport taxes.
Tour Cost Excludes
  • Visa Fees (INR 5337 + 1000/- service charge)
  • Optional Sight Seeings.
  • Personal expenses such as mineral water, tips, laundry charges, telephone charges etc.
  • Anything not Specifically mentioned in "Tour Cost Includes".
  • Rates subject to change without notice.
  • Other Terms / Condition as per Important Information.
  • Airlines subject to availability.
  • Rates are subject to availability of Hotel & Flight
Located south of the equator, Australia, the Island Continent, is bounded by the Indian Ocean to the west and Pacific Ocean in the east. It occupies cool temperate to tropical climates from 10° south to 43° south latitude and from 112° east to 153° east longitude, to the south of the countries of Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, and west of New Zealand. Australia is certainly famous for its beaches. There are so many things to do in Australia, where do I start? From beaches to animals and landmarks to events there are so many things to see, do and experience in Australia.
A trip to Sydney is packed with excitement and activity. The city has so many offerings that one can get overwhelmed with the myriad of things to do and places to visit! One of the main attractions in Sydney is the world-renowned Sydney Harbour Bridge. There are several ways that you can explore this popular tourist attraction. Choose to walk the bridge’s main deck, which will take you from Sydney to North Sydney in 15 short minutes. Travellers who are more fit can also choose to take 200 steps going up the South Eastern Pylon. Finally, adventure seekers can opt to do ‘Bridgeclimb’ where they can admire some amazing scenes from up top and learn more about the bridge’s history through a commentary. The prices and the climb times vary. Visit Manly by taking a 45-minute ferry ride from Circular Quay. On the way, you can take in great views of the Harbour Bridge, the Sydney Opera House, the skyline and Fort Dennison. When you get to Manly, stroll through The Corso and take a dip at the beach or at Manly Cove, for a truly relaxing experience. Check out Australia’s wildlife at Taronga Zoo, only a 12 minutes ferry ride located on the Harbour on the North Shore. Hundreds of Australian and exotic animals on display and free shows all day. You may also want to try out the “Roar and Snore” camping activity here, which already includes dinner and interactions with some of the animals. You will feel like you’re on top of the world when you’re at the Sydney Tower, the highest building in the entire city. Standing at 250 m, you can get a splendid view of the entire city, the Blue Mountains, Botany Bay and Harbour Bridge from the tower’s Observation Deck. Muster enough courage to tour the roof top and stand on the 268 m Skywalk. Don’t forget the Oztrek Ride, where you can learn more about the history and the landscape of Australia. Finally, make sure you have enough time to explore Cockle Bay and Darling Harbour. Wildlife World and the famous Sydney Aquarium can be seen here. There are lots of restaurants, cafés and bars to choose from. Try your hand at the many activities, such as strolling in the Chinese Gardens, bowling, riding the monorail, playing laser skirmish, watching on the world’s biggest screen and flying the flight simulator at Harbourside Shopping Centre.
Gold Coast
Australia's Gold Coast, attractions, experiences that continue to evolve every day. It is an offering which has been built over generations as a tourist destination and will hold the city well into the future. Enjoying an ideal year round climate and an amazing variety of natural landscapes, including 70 kilometres of famous beach and 100,000 hectares of world heritage-listed rainforest, the region has been attracting visitors since first settlement. Today, natural wonders are complemented by the largest selection of family theme parks, golfing greens, shopping centres and restaurants. Family favourites such as Dreamworld, Sea World, Wet ‘n’ Wild and WhiteWater World are sure to please, Warner Bros. Movie World and the Australian Outback Spectacular provide their own unique feel, while Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary creates a never ending interactive experience with nature’s many creatures. A city jam-packed with adrenaline rides, jet boating on the broadwater, whale watching and themed attractions, including Dracula’s Haunted House and Infinity’s multidimensional maze located in the city centre, offer yet another opportunity to create some exciting holiday memories. Internationally regarded golfing experiences are also in easy reach of the weekend hacker or the serious swinger with more than 40 championship and resort golf courses located throughout the region. It’s easy to see why a Gold Coast holiday is the popular choice, especially from up on high at the Q1 obesrvation deck, Qdeck with SkyPoint, atop the World’s Tallest Residential Tower or a morning ride in a hot air balloon followed by a Champagne Breakfast at O’Reilly’s Vineyard.
Melbourne is certainly an appealing part of Australia and lends itself to a family holiday. Tourists first arriving in Melbourne are strongly advised to tour the city, and with regular bus tours available, it is easy to acquaint yourself with the main attractions and overall layout of the city. Particular tourist attractions worth looking out for include the Melbourne Planetarium, the Ashcombe Maze, the Crown Entertainment Complex and the Bellarine Peninsula Railway, where superb seafront panoramas are guaranteed. Standing to the south-east of the city, day trips to the imposing hill named 'Arthurs Seat' are recommended, and the coastal views on offer here are certainly hard to better.
Although Cairns is a popular departure point for trips to the Great Barrier Reef, there are many further tourist attractions in this area. Also within easy reach of Cairns are the top attractions of the Atherton Tableland and the Mossman Gorge, as well as the Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park. Many visitors enjoy taking a cruise along the Daintree River, where crocodiles and wildlife attractions can be viewed in comfort and safety. Tourists who enjoy outdoor attractions will be able to choose between walking trails, cycling, white water rafting, hot-air ballooning and even skydiving. A stroll along the Cairns Foreshore Promenade comes highly recommended, with the lagoon and its sandy beach often beckoning on a sunny day, while the shops along the Pier and the historical buildings of Trinity Wharf provide further interest. Both the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway and the Kuranda Scenic Railway and not to be missed.


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