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From the City life of Sydney to Gourmet Discovery of South Australia

  • Sydney- Melbourne- Tasmania


October – April


9 Nights

Starting From

INR 1,05,000 (p.p)


  • Night Cruise on Sydney Harbor and optional day tour Blue Mountains or Port Stephens or Hunter Valley from Sydney
  • Scenic drive to Great Ocean road from Melbourne covering 12 Apostles
  • Optional tour or Penguin Parade at Philip Island or Yarra Valley from Melbourne
  • Culinary experience at Bruny Island and optional Helicopter ride over Mount Wellington in Hobart, Tasmania

3 nights

Sydney Harbour Night Cruise
Touchdown Sydney over a 13-hour flight from Delhi. You head straight to your hotel and after getting some rest, head out for the Sydney Harbour Cruise where you witness iconic landmarks including Sydney Harbour Bridge and see the Sydney Opera House change colours with magical lights at sunset. While cruising through the Harbour in a spacious flagship vessel you enjoy a 3-course dinner and live entertainment with the stunning lit up views of the city in the backdrop. A perfect beginning to your Australian getaway!

Sydney bridge climb & bustling Darling Harbour
The following day you can opt for an optional city tour covering the famous Opera House and Harbour Bridge ending your tour at the bustling and lively Darling Harbour filled with great bars and restaurants. Or climb the 440 feet high famous Australian landmark, the Sydney Bridge in a 3-hour guided tour for spectacular views of the harbour, Opera House and the Blue Mountains. You can spend the rest of your day at leisure wandering around the beautiful city!

Natural Beauty of Blue Mountains
After a hearty breakfast we head out for a day trip to the UNESCO World Heritage listed region of natural beauty, the Blue Mountains, where you feed Kangaroos and Koalas at the Featherdale Wildlife Park followed by Scenic World where you arrive at a pristine rainforest landscape and stroll around in the greenery. You then step into an enclosed cabin of the Scenic cableway for stunning views of Mr. Solitary, Orphan Rock, Three Sisters, Katoomba Falls and soar high over Jamison Valley on the Scenic Skyway. After quick stroll around the quaint Mountain town and indulging in some cute shops and cafes you will head back to Sydney on board a cruise over the Parramatta River admiring charming Waterfront homes!

Surfing on the unspoiled bays of Port Stephens
If you’re looking for a beachy laidback getaway, then you can opt for a day trip to Port Stephens on your last day! A two hour drive from Sydney takes you to unspoiled bays, sandy beaches and dolphin filled waters of Port Stephens. You start with Shoal Bay to take insta-worthy pictures of the beautiful beach with the dramatic Mount Tomaree. Spend your leisure time to sunbath and get into the beach! Followed by this, you get to indulge in an authentic Aussie BBQ and activities such as sunboarding, dolphin watching and camel rides. After a an afternoon well spent, you head to Mount Tomaree from where you can capture spectacular views of Mount Tomaree, after which you head back to Sydney.

Wine Tasting in Hunter Valley
If you’re a wine lover, our Travel Engineer highly recommend a day of a tasting tour of wine and gourmet food at the famous region of Hunter Valley just about 3 hours from Sydney. Add a touch of class by traveling between the regions in Luxury Mercedes Minibus to indulge in wine tasting and visit famous vineyards on this day trip!

3 Nights

Dine at the Colonial Tramcar Restaurant
Next up, you head to Melbourne over a 1 hour 40 mins flight from Sydney.As you arrive, we take you straight up to your Hotel and you spend the first day walking around the city absorbing the Aussie vibe. In the evening head out for a meat at the famous Colonial Tramcar restaurant, a popular restaurant on wheels built inside a vintage cable car. Relish the elegant colonial surroundings and three course meal on board.

Scenic Self Drive on Great Ocean Road & 12 Apostles
Ensure you’re well rested as the next day we take you for a day trip to the iconic and scenic drive to the Great Ocean Road. Our Travel Engineers say that the drive from Melbourne to Great Ocean Road is the nation’s most scenic routes with postcard picture-like beaches alongside the road. You could opt for a self-drive option where you can take stops at stunning beachside locations take a dip in the beach or stop over for a quick soak up of the sun heading towards the iconic 12 Apostles. While there are numerous view points for the perfect view of the 12 apostles, our Travel Engineer recommends a quick private helicopter ride over the 12 apostles for an ideal view. On your way back, drive through the Australian countryside and spot some Kangaroos on your way back to Melbourne.

Penguin Parade at Phillip Island & Wine tasting at Yarra Valley
After a good night’s sleep on your last day in Melbourne you could either opt for a city tour to further explore the city and unwind or spot seals on the rocky coastline and watch the famous penguin parade on a day trip to Philip Island. Or if you are a wine lover or in case you missed out on the Hunter valley experience in Sydney then head out for a wine and chocolate tasting day trip to Yarra valley just about 1 hour drive from the city.

Melbourne has so much to offer and explore in its outskirts. Our Travel Engineers highly recommend self-driving in this city to make the best of your stay here and explore the maximum possible.

3 nights

Sullivan’s Cove & Salamanca market in Hobart
We now head to Australia’s south coast known for its rugged wilderness nestled in the foothills of Mt Wellington over a 1 hour 15 mins flight from Melbourne to the capital city of Australia’s island state of Tasmania, Hobart. After checking into the hotel and quickly freshening up, you can head to the Sullivan’s cove and stroll around the wharf. This area extends till Salamanca where you can indulge in some popular restaurants and bars to keep it easy on your first day.

Culinary Experience in Bruny Island
The following day, we head out for culinary experience amidst breath-taking Bruny islands in 15 minutes ferry from Kettering. Starting with Bruny Island Cheese company to watch the cheese making process followed by watching Oysters being harvested and indulging in some, then hop off to Bruny Island to enjoy plucking and savouring juicy berries over morning coffee makes up for the first half of your day! You then head to the heritage listed site where Captain Cook, walking pass stunning white sand beaches, replenished water supplies for his ship and look for rare white wallabies in the nearby location. From here on you head to the Bruny Island Premium Winery for lunch accompanied with seasonal wines followed by sweet indulgence at the Bruny Chocolate Company and Bruny Island Honey where you Soak in the island’s breathtaking scenery during visits to the Bruny Island Neck, historic Two Tree Point in Adventure Bay concluding your journey with award-winning Tasmanian whiskey from the Bruny Island House of Whiskey.

Heli Ride over Mt Wellington & Historic Port Arthur
On your last day in Hobart take a helicopter ride for scenic aerial views of Mt Wellington , River Dervent, Tasman Bridge and more or take a tour back in time on a half day tour to UNESCO World Heritage-listed Port Arthur Historic Site, an infamous 19th-century penal colony with a fascinating history. Or explore Australia’s biggest privately funded museum MONA (Museum of Old and New arts) situated in the Berriedale Peninsula on the property of a local winery, museum showcasing art collection exhibited by David Walsh, a Tasmanian Entrepreneur!

That brings us to the end of a truly great trip! Our Travel Engineer recommends saving your last night for star gazing. You head back with great memories over a flight to Delhi from Melbourne.


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