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Sydney tours, sights and activities

9D7N Sydney The Legendary Pacific Coast ($88 Off Per Couple)

Tour Package SGD1618

    Highlights

    Gold Coast
    Tweed Valley, Crab catching, cruise, Tweed, River, Tropical Fruit World, Surfers Paradise, Sky Point, Observation Deck, Australian, Outback Spectacular, Queen Street, Mall, Gallery of, Modern Art
    Sydney
    Central Coast, Australian, Reptile Park, Tasmanian Devils, Pelican, feeding, The Entrance, Memorial Park, Glenworth, Valley, Horse Riding, Hunter, Valley, Hunter Valley, Gardens
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  • Day 1: Singapore - Sydney
    Depart Singapore for your flight to Australia – Sydney.
    Day 2: Sydney - Central Coast - Hunter Valley
    Pick up rental car at Sydney Airport. Drive northwards from Sydney for about an hour and 20 minutes and you will arrive at the Central Coast. Along the way, you can stop at the Australian Reptile Park for a close encounter with the crocodiles Tasmanian Devils, spiders, snakes koalas, dingoes and more. Watch daily Pelican feeding at The Entrance, Memorial Park at 3.30 pm. Have a go at horse-riding at Glenworth Valley Horse Riding, which is highly recommended for new riders. Continue north west to visit the Hunter Valley. Choose from more than 120 cellar door outlets and a myriad of international brands and boutique winery. Visit the 25-hectare Hunter Valley Gardens, which has 12 different feature gardens.
    Day 3: Hunter Valley - Port Stephens
    Drive approximately 90 minutes from the Hunter Valley to Port Stephens. Popularly known as the Blue Water Paradise or the Dolphin Capital of Australia, Port Stephens is home to more than 160 bottle-nose dolphins. Take a Dolphin Watch Cruise to get closer to these highly social mammals or experience whale watching from May - Nov. The 4WD Sand Dune tours are very popular as well as it takes you on a thrilling ride across the 32km long Stockton beach – the largest sand dunes in the Southern Hemisphere.
    Day 4: Port Stephens - Port Macquarie
    Continue north from Port Stephens to Port Macquarie. Along the way, visit Honeycomb Valley Farm at Nabiac, to get up close and personal with the sheep, goats and other domestic animals. Visit the world's only Koala Conservation Centre, a volunteer run centre dedicated to the rescue, care and eventual release of sick and injured koalas. Port Macquarie is also renowned for beautiful beaches, ocean front rainforest boardwalks, whale watching and a relaxed waterfront township with great shopping and dining options. Visit Ricardoes Tomatoes & Strawberries, a farmgate haven where you can pick your own strawberries or enjoy Café Red with budget priced refreshments and gourmet produce.
    Day 5: Port Macquarie - Coffs Harbour
    Just another 90 minutes drive will take you to Coffs Harbour. Visit the delightful Nambucca Heads that lies at the centre of the North Coast region, famous for its surf beaches, fresh oysters and seafood. Children will particularly enjoy Coffs Harbour's Dolphin Marine Magic and the iconic Big Banana which celebrates nearly fifty years of big-kitsch iconography. It has since been converted into a theme park with fun waterslides, ice-skating and other themed activities.
    Day 6: Coffs Harbour - Byron Bay - Kingscliff (B)
    Stop by at Byron Bay, at Australia's eastern-most point, world famous for its stunning beaches, yoga and massage therapies. With a spectacular headland crowned with the beautiful Cape Byron Lighthouse, this charismatic town is certainly a good stop for an overnight stay. Take a short drive into the spectacular hinterland and visit Crystal Castle Shambhala Gardens, a landscaped wonderland of new age experiences, including the Budhha walk, World Peace Stupa, a rose quartz labyrinth.
    Day 7: Byron Bay - Tweed Heads - Gold Coast (Surfers Paradise)
    Continue northwards and arrive in the lush Tweed Valley. Enjoy a Crab catching cruise at the picturesque Tweed River, or try your hand at yabbie pumping, fishing or feeding wild pelicans. Along the way, you can stop at the Australian Reptile Park for a close encounter with the crocodiles Tasmanian Devils, spiders, snakes koalas, dingoes and more. Then take a short drive to Tropical Fruit World, Australia's largest fruit plantation, where you can take a tractor ride through the orchards and taste all sorts of unusual tropical fruits, including the miracle fruit, chocolate pudding fruit and champagne fruit. Make your way to the Gold Coast, famed for its beautiful beaches, world-class theme parks and vibrant nightlife. Arrive at the bustling Surfers Paradise.
    Day 8: Gold Coast (Surfers Paradise) (B)
    Visit the Gold Coast's famous theme parks, which offer plenty of fun for both young and old, or enjoy a leisure day relaxing by the beach. Take in stunning 360-degree views of the Gold Coast from Sky Point Observation Deck, Australia's only beachside observation deck (own expenses). Surfers Paradise offers late night shopping every day. You can also buy souvenirs, arts and crafts at its beachfront night market, held on Wednesdays and Fridays. If shopping is not your thing, check out the Australian Outback Spectacular, a unique dinner show with wild horses, daring stunts and stampeding cattle.
    Day 9: Gold Coast - Brisbane - Singapore (B)
    Drive to Brisbane, Queensland's vibrant capital, known for its laidback lifestyle, picturesque city skyline and lush parks. Enjoy shopping at Queen Street Mall, or explore the colourful weekend markets at South Bank, the arts and culture hub of Brisbane. Visit the Gallery of Modern Art, or take a dip in the large man-made lagoon, complete with a sandy beach. Drop off rental car at Brisbane International Airport before flight home.
    • Package inclusions :
      • 1 night accommodation at Hunter Valley
      • 1 night accommodation at Port Stephen
      • 1 night accommodation at Port Macquarie
      • 1 night accommodation at Coffs Harbour
      • 1 night accommodation at Kingscliff
      • 2 night accommodation at Gold Coast (Surfers Paradise)
      • Entrance ticket to Hunter Valley Garden
      • Moonshadow Dolphin Watch Cruise at Port Stephen
      • Catch A Crab Cruise at Tweed Heads
      • 8 days Hertz Car Rental base on 1.8L Toyota Corolla or similar
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Brisbane tours, sights and activities

9D7N Southern Queensland ($88 Off Per Couple)

Tour Package SGD1818

    Highlights

    Brisbane
    Hervey Bay, whale, watching, turtle, nesting, hatching, Mon Repos, Fraser, Island
    Gold Coast
    Australia Zoo, Aussie World, Surfers Paradise, Springbrook, national park
    Sunshine Coast
    Eumundi, Markets, Noosa, Farmers Markets
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  • Day 1: Singapore - Brisbane
    Depart Singapore for your flight to Australia – Brisbane.
    Day 2: Brisbane - Hervey Bay - Fraser Island (B)
    Pick up rental car at Brisbane Airport. Seasonal Highlights Drive north to Hervey Bay on Fraser Coast, known as the whale watching capital of Australia. Between late Jul and Nov each year, the area is teeming with humpback whales. Between Nov-Mar, witness the fascinating annual turtle nesting and hatching at Mon Repos. Mon Repos is home to Australia's most accessible sea turtle rookery. From Nov-Jan, you will be able to catch nesting turtles and between Jan and late March hatchlings can be seen scurrying headlong towards the freedom of the ocean. Catch a ferry (40min) across to the World Heritage-listed Fraser Island. Stay at the eco-resort, Kingfisher Bay Resort, which overlooks lakes, bushland and the sea.
    Day 3: Fraser Island (B/L)
    Explore the island's freshwater lakes, coloured sand dunes, pristine beaches and ancient forest. Fraser Island is also home to all kinds of bird life and wildlife, including dingoes, possums and an array of reptiles. Enjoy a full day 4WD tour around Fraser Island.
    Day 4: Fraser Island - Hervey Bay - Sunshine Coast (B)
    Ferry ride back to Hervey Bay, continue your journey south to the Sunshine Coast. Visit the world famous Bundaberg Rum Distillery and sample some Bundaberg Ginger Beer at The Bundaberg Barrel before commencing your drive back to Sunshine Coast. You can also visit the world's largest Ginger factory at Yandina, and sample all kinds of ginger goodies including ginger teas, ginger chocolate and even ginger ice cream. Visit Ricardoes Tomatoes & Strawberries, a farmgate haven where you can pick your own strawberries or enjoy Café Red with budget priced refreshments and gourmet produce.
    Day 5: Sunshine Coast (B)
    Drive to the town of Eumundi, and browse the hundreds of stalls at the colourful Eumundi Markets, open on Wednesday and Saturday mornings. You'll find everything from handmade soaps and oil paintings to gourmet jams and organic fruit. Explore the trendy resort town of Noosa, renowned for its award-winning restaurants, elegant resorts and lovely beaches. Explore the boutiques that line Hastings Street, dine alfresco at one of the many bistros, and relax at the immaculate beaches. Foodies would be enticed to go on a Sunshine Coast food trail : Noosa Farmers Markets for all things fresh (Wed & Sun), Maleny Cheese for Australia's only Water Buffalo Quark, Buderim Ginger Factory for all things ginger, Strawberry Fields for all year picking and Australian Nougat Company for that "melt-in-your-mouth" delight.
    Day 6: Sunshine Coast - Gold Coast (Surfers Paradise) (B)
    Visit the multi award-winning Australia Zoo, home of the late Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin. Get up close to all kinds of wildlife including kangaroos, koalas and wombats. Make a photo-stop at Aussie World or enjoy a wild ride at this local attraction. Drive to the Gold Coast. There are plenty of attractions and activities you can enjoy in this bustling holiday paradise. Stay overnight at Surfers Paradise, renowned for its great surf beaches and its colourful shops many of which stay open until 9pm every night.
    Day 7: Gold Coast (Surfers Paradise) (B)
    Enjoy the day with a visit to the Theme Parks – choose One of the followings theme park, Dreamworld & Skypoint observatory Point / Movie World or Seaworld.
    Day 8: Gold Coast (Surfers Paradise) (B)
    There are plenty of things to see and do on the Gold Coast. Options include Hot Air Ballooning, Jetboating, Whale-watching (Jun-early Nov), 4WD hinterland tours, etc. Shop at Harbour Town, Pacific Fair or Robina. You can also check out the Surfers Paradise night markets, held along the beachfront every Wednesday and Friday. Take a guided night tour of Springbrook national park, where you'll discover Australia's largest colony of glow worms. For the more adventurous there are the Gold Coast's theme parks to discover.
    Day 9: Gold Coast - Brisbane - Singapore (B)
    Return rental car back at Brisbane Airport before flight back home.
    • Package inclusions :
      • 2 night accommodation at Sunshine Coast
      • 2 night accommodation at Fraser Island
      • 3 night accommodation at Gold Coast (Surfers Paradise)
      • Full day 4WD Tour at Fraser Island
      • Return ferry transfer from Hervey Bay to Fraser Island
      • Choice of One Theme Park Entrance: Movie World / Seaworld / Dreamworld & Skypoint Observatory Point
      • 8 days Hertz Car Rental base on 2L Toyota Corolla (1.8L) or similar
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Hobart tours, sights and activities

10D8N Tasmanian Food & Nature Trail ($88 Off Per Couple)

Tour Package SGD2048

    Highlights

    Hobart
    Salamanca, Markets, Mount, Wellington, Cadbury, Chocolate Factory, Barilla Bay, Oyster Farm, Richmond, Sorell, Fruit Farm, Tasman, Peninsula, Blowhole, Devil's Kitchen, Tasman Arch, Port Arthur, Historic Site, Tasman Island, eco-cruise, Huon, Valley, Tahune AirWalk, Apple, Heritage Museum, Grandvewe Cheeses, Pennicott Wilderness, Journeys, Bruny, Island, Russell, Falls, Mount Field, National Park, Bonorong, Wildlife Sanctuary, Tasmanian Devils
    Launceston
    Christmas Hills, Rasberry Farm, Ashgrove, Cheese Farm, House of Anvers, Chocolate Factory, Boat Harbour, Beach, Cradle Mountain, National Park, Dove Lake, Boat Shed, Glacier Rock, Marakoopa, Caves, Tamar, Valley, Hillwood, Berry Farm, Seahorse World, Platypus House, Beauty Point, Bridestowe, Lavender Estate
    Hamilton
    Woolmers, Brickendon, Estates, Tasmanian, Gourmet Sauce Company, Cataract, Gorge, Queen Victoria, Museum, Art Gallery, J Boag, Son, Brewery
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  • Day 1: Singapore - Hobart (Via Melbourne)
    Depart Singapore for your flight to Australia – Hobart via Melbourne.
    Day 2: Hobart and Surrounds
    Welcome to Hobart! Hobart, one of the world's most beautiful cities; nestled between Mount Wellington and the sea. White beaches on its outskirts, historic buildings at its heart, Australia's second-oldest city has a lifestyle of its own. Pick up rental car at Hobart Airport. Browse through antique stores, discover stunning arts and crafts, linger over a coffee in one of the street cafés, explore the fishing harbour but don't whatever you do, don't miss Salamanca Markets on Saturday mornings where two blocks of stalls are bustling with people offering you some of the finest arts and crafts found in Tasmania. In the afternoon, drive up to Mount Wellington to admire superb views over the harbour.
    Day 3: Hobart and Surrounds
    If you arrive on a weekday, visit the Cadbury Chocolate Factory for shopping bargains or a tour of Barilla Bay Oyster Farm. Visit Richmond; see Australia's oldest preserved convict gaol, bridge and St John Catholic Church. Stop at Sorell Fruit Farm to pick fruits (when in season). Explore Tasman Peninsula, with its spectacular coast scenery and rock formations – the Blowhole, Devil's Kitchen and Tasman Arch. Then continue on to the UNESCO World Heritage listed Port Arthur Historic Site and take the Tasman Island eco-cruise.
    Day 4: Hobart and Surrounds
    Head south to the beautiful Huon Valley and walk above the treetops at the Tahune AirWalk near Geeveston, traverse the Eucalyptus forest canopy, home to the Earth's tallest flowering plant (Eucalyptus regnant) and leatherwood trees. Visit fruit orchards, Apple and Heritage Museum to explore Tasmania's apple history. Grandvewe Cheeses to taste delicious sheep cheese or even stop by roadside stalls to buy fresh Tasmanian apples and other fruits by just paying using an 'honesty box'. Alternatively, spend the day with Pennicott Wilderness Journeys to Bruny Island. Enjoy an amazing cruise from Adventure Bay along the spectacular coastline of South Bruny Island. See sheer-faced sea cliffs, wild seal colonies, dolphins and sea eagles.
    Day 5: Hobart - Hamilton
    Visit Russell Falls in Mount Field National Park, its three elegant tiers, framed by lush vegetation, have been a magnet for many visitors especially in autumn for the 'turning of the fagus' (when the ancient Nothofagus trees shed their leaves in a kaleidoscope of vivid orange, red and yellow). Next onto Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary to observe Tasmanian Devils and many other fascinating native animals. Tonight, overnight at Curringa Farm for a real farmstay experience (min 4 pax for farm tour).
    Day 6: Hamilton - Launceston
    Today, head on the Heritage Highway; the historic heart of Tasmania to Launceston. Discover Woolmers and Brickendon Estates near Longford, 2 of the 11 Australian UNESCO World Heritage listed convict sites. At Evandale, taste Tasmania's finest jams, sauces and condiments at Tasmanian Gourmet Sauce Company. Explore Launceston, Tasmania's second largest city and gateway to the north. Its magnificent original Victorian streetscapes and architecture lend a historic ambience to the city. Take the chairlift ride across Cataract Gorge, a natural amphitheatre in the heart of Launceston. Cruise on the Tamar River or visit the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery. For beer lovers, visit the J Boag and Son Brewery to learn how beer is made and taste the fine ales.
    Day 7: Launceston - Stanley
    Head west to Elizabeth Town for a 'raspberry' breakfast at Christmas Hills Rasberry Farm before visiting Ashgrove Cheese Farm to view the cheese making and maturing area plus tasting. Drive north to the House of Anvers Chocolate Factory in Latrobe to see the factory in action behind the viewing windows and taste the converture chocolate and truffles. Continue on the scenic coastal route via the town of Penguin and stop at Boat Harbour Beach to enjoy the sugar white sand and intense aqua water in a little known sanctuary of tranquility and picture book scenery.
    Day 8: Stanley - Cradle Mountain
    In the morning, take the chairlift to The Nut for views of Australia's pretty fishing village. Head to Woolnorth and Cape Grim to breathe the world's cleanest air and photograph the spectacular coastline. In the afternoon, admire fields of striped tulips (Sep – Oct) and seasonal blooms like iris, daffodils and lilies at Table Cape. Head up to Cradle Mountain. In the evening, join the animals spotlight tours of the World Heritage Area or visit Devils at Cradle to see Tasmanian Devils feeding.
    Day 9: Cradle Mountain - Launceston
    Explore Cradle Mountain National Park, the jewel of Tasmania's natural and wilderness areas. Hike around Dove Lake, take short walk to the Boat Shed or Glacier Rock and explore the surroundings or join in activities such as horse riding, wilderness flights or canyoning. In the late afternoon, visit Sheffield on the way back to Launceston to view the many murals throughout the town. Visit Marakoopa Caves to see glow worms.
    Day 10: Launceston - Melbourne - Singapore
    Head north to Tamar Valley, pick seasonal berries at Hillwood Berry Farm. Visit some of Tasmania's acclaimed cool-climate wineries such as Leaning Church, Ninth Island, Moores Hill Estate and more. Don't miss Seahorse World and Platypus House at Beauty Point. Visit Bridestowe Lavender Estate at Nabowla and in summer walk through fields of lavender. Return rental car at Launceston airport before flight back home (via Melbourne).
    • Package Inclusions :
      • 5 nights Innkeepers Hotel passes
      • 1 night accommodation at Cradle Mountain
      • 1 night accommodation at Stanley
      • 1 night Farmstay at Curringa Farm
      • Entrance to Port Arthur Historic Site
      • Entrance to Tahune Airwalk
      • 9 days Hertz Car Rental base on 1.8L Toyota Corolla or similar
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Melbourne tours, sights and activities

8D6N Victoria Great Southern Touring Route ($88 Off Per Couple)

Tour Package SGD1588

    Highlights

    Melbourne
    Werribee, Open Range Zoo, mineral, spa bathing, Hepburn, Bathhouse and Spa, Lavandula Swiss Italian, Farm, Yarra, Valley, Rayner's, Stonefruit Orchard
    Warrnambool
    Port Fairy, Dunkeld, Grampians, National Park
    Ballarat
    Sovereign Hill
    Apollo Bay
    Otway Fly Tree Top Walk, Otway, National Park, Port Campbell, National Park, Loch Ard Gorge, the Arch, the Blowhole, London Bridge, Wreck Beach, Shipwreck Coast
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  • Day 1: Singapore - Melbourne
    Depart Singapore for your flight to Australia – Melbourne.
    Day 2: Melbourne - Geelong - Torquay - Apollo Bay
    Pick up rental car at Melbourne International Airport. Depart Melbourne via the West Gate Bridge and follow the Princess Highway towards Werribee. Visit the Werribee Open Range Zoo where animals from Africa, Asia, North America and Australia roam in open grasslands. Continue to Geelong, Victoria's second-largest city, and explore its historic waterfront; a lively area filled with restaurants and cafés. From here, a short drive to Torquay - the official start of the spectacular coastal drive along the Great Ocean Road. Torquay - the official start of the spectacular coastal drive along the Great Ocean Road. The stretch between Lorne and Apollo Bay is considered by many to be the most picturesque section of the Great Ocean Road.
    Day 3: Apollo Bay - Warrnambool
    Continue your journey west from Apollo Bay and walk through breathtaking wilderness, explore secluded beaches or the forest canopy via the Otway Fly Tree Top Walk in the Otway National Park. Thereafter, drive to Port Campbell National Park to witness nature's marvellous rock formations. This is the most famous section of the Great Ocean Road featuring an amazing collection of rock formations known as the Twelve Apostles. Spectacular shapes in the nearby cliffs, including Loch Ard Gorge, the Arch, the Blowhole and London Bridge as well as Wreck Beach are also not to be missed. Adventurous sightseers can take the boardwalks that lead to lookouts and great views of the coastline, which is dotted with plaques and signs that mark the places where more than 160 ships floundered along the aptly named Shipwreck Coast. This leg of the journey ends at Warrnambool, the only city on the Shipwreck Coast.
    Day 4: Warrnambool - Halls Gap
    If time permits, head from Warrnambool to the quaint fishing township of Port Fairy for morning tea. Discover more about maritime history at Port Fairy, a busy fishing port and one of the state's earliest settled coastal villages. From Port Fairy, the Great Southern Touring Route turns north, away from the coast and towards the natural beauty of the Grampians mountain range. Dunkeld is a beautiful village on the edge of the Grampians. The Grampians National Park is famous for some of the most spectacular scenery in Australia and is the perfect place for both relaxation and adventure. Walk to cascading waterfalls or lookouts overlooking rugged mountain ranges and impressive rock formations. Along with its natural beauty, the Grampians are home to the largest collection of Aboriginal rock paintings in Victoria. The town of Halls Gap is the tourist hub of the region. Surrounded by the Wonderland and Mount William ranges, it is a great place to base yourself as you explore the Grampians.
    Day 5: Halls Gap - Ballarat - Creswick
    Leaving the Grampians, the Great Southern Touring Route heads north towards the Goldfields. Call into one of the many wineries in the township of Great Western where wine has been produced for over 150 years. Take a tour of the 3km of underground cellars at Seppelt. From here the route turns east to Ballarat, one of Victoria's largest cities. Built with the wealth of the gold rush, much of the opulence of the era is still on display in the grand public buildings, hotels and historic streetscapes. Step back to the gold-mining era of the 1850s at Sovereign Hill. See blacksmiths at work, people dressed in Victorian costumes, pan for gold or go down an underground mine.
    Day 6: Creswick - Daylesford - Melbourne (B)
    With Australia's largest concentration of naturally occurring mineral springs, a visit to the heart of Spa Country refreshes both body and soul. You can also get to discover natural waters straight from the spring. Just look out for signs pointing to townships like Daylesford, Hepburn Springs, Kyneton and Blackwood. Spoil yourself with a luxurious private mineral spa bathing experience at The Hepburn Bathhouse and Spa. Don't miss the Lavandula Swiss Italian Farm, where you can find premium lavender, oils and grapes. You can take a walk through neatly patterned lavender fields, herb and cottage gardens. Journey back to Melbourne.
    Day 7: Melbourne (B)
    Free and easy day to explore Melbourne City. Another good option is to the explore The Yarra Valley, a bountiful region for its foods and wine. Explore winery like De Bortoli, Domaine Chandon or Rochford Winery. Go on farmgate and food trails. Visit Rayner's Stonefruit Orchard or Cherry hill Orchards (seasonal).
    Day 8: Melbourne - Singapore (B)
    Return rental car back at Melbourne Airport before flight back home.
    • Package Inclusions :
      • 1 night accommodation at Apollo Bay
      • 1 night accommodation at Warranambool
      • 1 night accommodation at Hall Gaps
      • 1 night accommodation at Creswick
      • 2 night accommodation at Melbourne City
      • Entrance to Otway Fly Treetop Walk
      • Entrance to Sovereign Hill at Ballarat
      • 7 days Hertz Car Rental base on 1.8L Toyota Corolla or similar
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Adelaide tours, sights and activities

8D6N Adelaide's, Nature, Sea & Vine Trail ($88 Off Per Couple)

Tour Package SGD1798

    Highlights

    Victor Harbor
    Kangaroo, Island, Seal Bay, Conservation Park, Australian, Sea Lions, Remarkable Rocks, Admirals Arch, Flinders Chase, National Park
    Adelaide
    Mount Lofty, Summit, Cleland, Wildlife Park, Olive, Grove, Taste, Beerenberg, Strawberry Farm, Big Rocking Horse, Toy Factory, Fleurieu, Peninsula, McLaren Vale, wine region, Almond Train, Granite, Island, Emu Ridge Eucalyptus, Distillery, Clifford's, Honey Farm, Adelaide, Central Market, Haigh's, Chocolates Visitors Centre, Rundle, Mall, Art Gallery, South Australian, Museum, Esplanade, Jetty Road, Holdfast Shores Marina, Complex, Temptation Sailing, Beachouse
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  • Day 1: Singapore - Adelaide
    Depart Singapore for your flight to Australia – Adelaide.
    Day 2: Adelaide Hills - Hahndorf - Gumeracha - Adelaide
    Pick up rental car at Adelaide Airport. Travel to Adelaide Hills, visit Mount Lofty Summit for stunning panoramic views of the city centre and surrounding areas. Then head to Cleland Wildlife Park for an up close experience with Australian native animals where you can hand-feed kangaroos and hold a koala. Next, travel onto the historic Germanic village of Hahndorf. Enjoy a divine German meal in one of the many cosy cafés. The Olive Grove and Taste in Hahndorf - home to an array of local products, including German-style small goods, fruits, cheeses and confectionery. At Beerenberg Strawberry Farm, you can pick your own strawberries (seasonal - between Nov and May) and shop for its complete range of jams and products. Continue to Gumeracha, home to the world's biggest Big Rocking Horse. Climb up to the top of the 18-metre tall horse for a panoramic view or wander through the Toy Factory adjacent to it to see Australia's largest range of quality wooden toys.
    Day 3: Adelaide - Mclaren Vale - Victor Harbour
    The Fleurieu Peninsula South of Adelaide encompasses spectacular beaches, rolling hinterland and famous wine country. Enjoy wine tasting in the renowned McLaren Vale wine region and with over 60 cellar doors to explore. Visit the Almond Train for almonds of every flavour and Medlow Confectionery for something sweet. Continue on to Victor Harbour and travel on Australia's oldest horse-drawn tram along the causeway to Granite Island. Visit the penguin centre and at dusk join a guided tour to see these little penguins returning to their burrows after a day's fishing.
    Day 4: Victor Harbour - Cape Jervis - Kangaroo Island
    Take a scenic drive from Victor Harbour to Cape Jervis and board SeaLink vehicle and passenger ferry for a 45min crossing to Kangaroo Island. From Port Fairy, the Great Southern Touring Route turns north, away from the coast and towards the natural beauty of the Grampians mountain range. Once you have landed at Penneshaw, drive to Seal Bay Conservation Park on the southern coast. Here, join a guided tour on the beach and have an experience of a lifetime walking among a breeding colony of Australian Sea Lions. Next, visit the dramatic coastal formations of Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch in Flinders Chase National Park. Admiral's Arch boardwalk leads to a rugged cliff face to confront a spectacular rock arch and a nursery haven for New Zealand Fur Seals.
    Day 5: Kangaroo Island
    Drive through the centre of the island in the morning. Don't miss sampling the unique gastronomic experience at Andermel Marron and Two Wheeler Creek Wines. Visitors can take a tour of the modern fish farm and select a marron of their choice to be cooked by the café's talented gourmet chef. Next, visit Island Pure Sheep Dairy - South Australia's first sheep dairy and cheese factory. Visit Kangaroo Island Spirits - South Australia's first and boutique distillery. All products are hand-made in small batches using hand crafted copper pot stills. The range includes a honey and walnut liqueur, anisette, and a strawberry and vanilla liqueur. View the pelican feeding at the Kingscote Wharf where 'The Pelican Man' gives a lively informative talk while feeding the birds at 5pm daily.
    Day 6: Kangaroo Island - Adelaide
    Stops at Emu Ridge Eucalyptus Distillery - South Australia's only working eucalyptus distillery. Clifford's Honey Farm to discover the unique Ligurian bee and taste several flavours of pure Ligurian honey or try its famous honey ice-cream. Return ferry ride back to Cape Jervis and back to Adelaide.
    Day 7: Adelaide - Glenelg (B)
    Take the morning to explore Adelaide on foot or in your car. If it's a market day, visit Adelaide Central Market (open Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays), which is the largest food and produce market in Southern Hemisphere, or take a behind-the-scenes tour at Haigh's Chocolates Visitors Centre (11am, 1pm & 2pm). Stroll through the Rundle Mall shopping precinct for both department store and boutique shopping. Walk along North Terrace, which is also known as the cultural boulevard, explore the Art Gallery of South Australia and the South Australian Museum. Alternatively, take the tram and head down to Adelaide's favourite seaside suburb, Glenelg. Walk along the Esplanade, explore the shops of Jetty Road, stop for a coffee break at the beachside hotels or Holdfast Shores Marina Complex where there are a variety of cafes and restaurants. Swim with wild dolphins with Temptation Sailing (early morning only) and visit the Beachouse entertainment complex complete with waterslide.
    Day 8: Adelaide - Singapore
    Return rental car at Adelaide Airport before your flight back home.
    • Package Inclusions :
      • 3 night accommodation at Adelaide City
      • 1 night accommodation at Victor Harbour
      • 2 night accommodation at Kangaroo Island
      • Return ferry ticket to Kangaroo Island
      • 7 days Hertz Car Rental base on 1.8L Toyota Corolla or similar
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Darwin tours, sights and activities

5D4N Darwin Nature's Way ($88 Off Per Couple)

Tour Package SGD1088

    Highlights

    Darwin
    Kakadu, National Park, jumping crocodile cruise, Adelaide, River, Ubirr, Bowali, Visitor Centre, Aquascene, Smith Street, Mall, Casuarina, Square, Palmerston, Shopping Centre, Parap Village, Saturday Market
    Katherine
    Nourlangie, Warradjan, Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Yellow Water Billabong, Katherine, Gorge, Edith, Falls, Litchfield, National Park
    Singapore
    Museum, Art Gallery, NT, Crocosaurus Cove, Territory Wildlife Park, Mindil Beach Sunset, Markets
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  • Day 1: Wed/Thur/Sun : Singapore - Darwin
    Depart Singapore for your flight to Australia – Darwin. Pick up rental car at Darwin Airport. Upon arriving in Darwin, start your tour at the Museum and Art Gallery of the NT or the Crocosaurus Cove, located right in the heart of Darwin's CBD. For a more adventurous alternative, you might like to visit the Territory Wildlife Park. Located about an hour outside Darwin, the Park is set within 400 hectares of natural bush land including wetlands, monsoon forest and open woodland. The Park showcases the best of the native flora and fauna of the Top End. On Thursdays and Sundays, visit Mindil Beach Sunset Markets (open from 5 pm to 10 pm between May to October). Tantalise your taste buds with more than 50 food stalls offering a range of dishes from all over the world, while being entertained by a wealth of street buskers.
    Day 2: Darwin - Kakadu (B)
    Enjoy the easy, scenic three-hour drive from Darwin to Jabiru in Kakadu National Park. Birdwatchers and nature lovers should stop along the way at the Window on the Wetlands. Join a jumping crocodile cruise on the Adelaide River to experience a close encounter with these prehistoric predators. Featured on the World Heritage list, the park showcases Aboriginal rock art sites, walks to escarpment lookouts, majestic waterfalls and impressive visitor centres. You might want to consider a scenic flight over Kakadu, as its sheer beauty is best viewed from above. Visit Ubirr to witness the fascinating manifestations of rock art and visit Bowali Visitor Centre to learn about the wonders of the Park. (The Kakadu National Park entry fee is A$25 per adult and free for children under 16 years old. The ticket is valid for 14 consecutive days).
    Day 3: Kakadu - Katherine
    In the morning, visit Nourlangie and go on a 1.5km circular walk, passing an ancient Aboriginal shelter and outstanding examples of Aboriginal rock art. Learn more about Kakadu's Aboriginal people and their culture at the Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre before taking a leisurely cruise on the Yellow Water Billabong. This is the best place to experience Kakadu's prolific wildlife. Continue southward to Katherine via Pine Creek. Gold was first discovered at Pine Creek in 1871. Marvel at the original buildings which were first built in the heady gold days. Pine Creek's attractions include a Railway Station that was built in 1888 and Miners' Park, which houses original mining machinery from olden times. Continue south down the Stuart Highway to the outback town of Katherine.
    Day 4: Katherine - Litchfield - Darwin
    Explore the spectacular Katherine Gorge (Nitmiluk) by boat, canoe, and helicopter or on foot. Another popular attraction in the park is the Edith Falls (Leliyn), a wonderfully scenic swimming hole fringed by lush green foliage and framed by cascading waterfalls. In the afternoon, take a detour to explore Litchfield National Park on the bushwalking tracks, admire the bird and wildlife species and swim in the crystal-clear waterholes under towering waterfalls that flow year-round. A must-see highlight is the amazing magnetic termite mounds.
    Day 5: Tue/Wed/Thur/Sat/Sun : Darwin - Singapore (B)
    Visit Aquascene, a quirky and enduring attraction in the heart of Darwin where hundreds of mullet, milkfish and cod come to shore to be fed by hand. Enjoy retail therapy in the Smith Street Mall in the CBD showcasing locally-crafted jewellery, Aboriginal art, souvenirs and paintings or browse through specialty gem shops offering pearls, diamonds and opals. Or head to the suburbs at Casuarina Square and Palmerston Shopping Centre. Visit the Parap Village Saturday Market, a favourite destination to enjoy a hearty breakfast or brunch and admire indigenous crafts before heading home Return rental car at Darwin Airport before your flight back home.
    Day 6:
    • Package Inclusions :
      • 2 night accommodation at Darwin
      • 1 night accommodation at kakadu
      • 1 night accommodation at Katherine
      • 5 days Hertz Car Rental base on 1.8L Toyota Corolla or similar
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Perth tours, sights and activities

8D7N Great Southern & Australia's Golden Outback ($88 Off Per Couple)

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    Pemberton
    Truffle, hunt tour, Lavender, Berry, Farm, Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk, Greens Pool, Gap, Natural Bridge
    Mandurah
    Busselton, Jetty, Underwater Observatory, Simmo's Ice Creamery
    Albany
    Wagin's, Historical Pioneer Village, Cambinata, Yabbies, Farm, Wave Rock, Wheatbelt sunset
    Perth
    Mulka's, Cave, Natural Salt, Pond, Dog Cemetery, Kings Park, Fremantle, Swan Valley
    Singapore
    Dolphin Quay
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  • Day 1: Singapore - Perth - Mandurah
    Depart Singapore for your flight to Australia – Perth. Pick up rental car at Perth Airport. Drive south to seaside town – Mandurah, A good stop to explore the Peel region. Visit the Dolphin Quay at the beautiful Mandurah Ocean Marina. Visit the region's wineries, antique shops and galleries in the quaint Peel townships.
    Day 2: Mandurah - Busselton - Margaret River
    Start your adventure and drive south to Busselton. Visit the Busselton Jetty with its Underwater Observatory. At Busselton Jetty, try Simmo's Ice Creamery – locally hand-made ice cream using jersey milk from local farmers. Then travel onto the quaint coastal town of Dunsborough. Heading south to Margaret River, Western Australia's premium wine growing region. Visit some of the local wineries or the limestone caves and have dinner at one of the many excellent restaurants in town.
    Day 3: Margaret River
    Situated at the most south westerly tip of Australia, the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse is the tallest lighthouse in mainland Australia. Visit to Lake Mammoth and Jewel caves which offer some of the most breathtaking experience in the region. These caves are easily accessible, each with their own story to tell and decorated with their own unique and dazzling formations. The wineries are the true ambassadors for the region, with over 150 wine producers in the region. Enjoy a relax afternoon by visiting some of the region famous wineries.
    Day 4: Margaret River - Pemberton - Denmark - Albany
    A chance to experience Australia's first Truffle hunt tour (Jun- Aug). Pop into the Lavender and Berry Farm in Pemberton for a beautiful lavender country lunch. Head east to tall timber Karri country of Pemberton before driving to Northcliffe and Walpole and the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk. Continue on via the stunning Greens Pool in Denmark before arriving in historic coastal town of Albany and take the coastal drive to the spectacular Gap and Natural Bridge.
    Day 5: Albany - Hyden (Wave Rock)
    Depart Albany and drive north on the Albany Highway through the wine growing region of Mt Barker. Then head through the Wheatbelt towns of Cranbrook and Katanning to Wagin, centre of the famous Australian Merino sheep stud industry. Visit Wagin's Historical Pioneer Village a replica of how the town would have appeared 100 years ago. From Wagin, drive to Kukerin and Cambinata Yabbies Farm, just on the other side of town. Tour the farms and yabbies export processing centre; purchase live and cooked Yabbies or jars of gourmet processed abalone. Depart Cambinata Yabbies and drive north to Kulin. Drive through town and head east along the "Tin Horse Highway". This afternoon arrive in Hyden and walk around the famous Wave Rock. Perhaps climb to the top to watch a fantastic Wheatbelt sunset. Other attractions at the rock include the wildflower shop and wildlife park that includes rare white kangaroos and koalas.
    Day 6: Hyden - Perth
    This morning, sightsee some of the other great attractions in the area like Hippos Yawn another cave just to the side of wave rock and only 18 kilometres down the road is Mulka's Cave, the largest collection of original historic Aboriginal hand stencil art in Australia. Dive into to the Natural Salt Pond 1.5km west of Wave Rock, not far from the Wave Rock airport terminal and float as you would in the Dead Sea! Visit the "Lace Place" just before lunch and view one of the world's most exquisite collection of hand made laces including those from the British Royal Family. Depart Hyden and head through the Wheatbelt town of Kondinin to Corrigin and the interesting Dog Cemetery just out of town. From Corrigin, the countryside changes from the golden Wheatbelt to green undulating hills. Visit historic of York, make sure you stop for a drink and visit some of its attractions and shops before driving back to Perth.
    Day 7: Perth
    Start the day with a visit to Kings Park and marvel at the awesome city and river views. Spend some time shopping and taking in the city's great attractions, galleries and museums. Visit to Fremantle is a must for all visitors to Perth! Don't miss the vibrant weekend markets for its freshest fruits and veg as well as an eclectic mix of baskers, stalls and goods. Its Cappuccino Strip is jam packed with lively restaurants, streets are buzz with shoppers and historic pubs brim with patrons from across the globe. Only 25mins from Perth – the Swan Valley is western Australia's oldest and most visited wine growing region. Visit the many arts and craft galleries and artist studios.
    Day 8: Perth - Singapore
    Scramble for some last minute shopping before your flight back home. Return rental car at Perth Airport.
    Day 9:
    • Package Inclusions :
      • 2 night accommodation at Darwin
      • 1 night accommodation at Mandurah
      • 2 night accommodation at Margarets River
      • 1 night accommodation at Hyden
      • 1 night accommodation at Albany
      • 8 days Hertz Car Rental base on 1.8L Toyota Corolla or similar
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Sydney tours, sights and activities

4D3N Iconic Sydney

Free and Easy SGD538
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  • Day 1: Arrival - Sydney
    Day 2: Sydney (B)
    Day 3: Sydney (B)
    Day 4: Sydney - Departure (B)
    • Package includes :
      • 3 nights city accomodation (with breakfast) at Travelodge Sydney.
      • iVenture Card - 3 Day Sydney Unlimited Attraction Pass (excludes transport)
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Sydney tours, sights and activities

4D3N Sydney Family Fun

Free and Easy SGD488
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  • Day 1: Arrival - Sydney
    Day 2: Sydney (B)
    Day 3: Sydney (B)
    Day 4: Sydney - Departure (B)
    • Package includes :
      • 3 nights city accomodation (with breakfast) at Novotel Rockford Darling Harbour.
      • Family Fun attractions including Captain Cook Hop On Hop Off Cruise, Sea Life Sydney Aquarium, Wild Life Sydney Zoo, Madam Tussauds Sydney.
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