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Detailed Itinerary

  • DAY 1: Melbourne Tour Day1

    We pick you up from Melbourne airport or your place of stay in Melbourne. Then we head north to the famous Goldfields of Victoria, we stop at many great places on our way. First stop is Mona’s cafe for a coffee/tea and toilet break in the farming, fruit bowl area of Bacchus Marsh. After our coffee break we head to the Naturipe Fruits fresh farm, where they have fresh strawberries, cherries, apples and many other fruits, to pick or buy at your own expense. Arriving at Ballarat, we head to explore and take pictures of the famous Ballarat Gold Mining town to visit the Botanical gardens and lake wendouree home of 1956 olympics for the many rowing events for men only. After this, we go for lunch to eat some beautiful local food. While waiting for our food to be ready, we go to the Ballarat chocolate shop to taste samples of chocolate, eat and buy some great chocolates if you wish to buy. After lunch we head to Ballarat Sovereign Hill to explore the theme park where you can go gold panning, visit the underground gold mine tour, and many stores that are from the 1850’s period. We also visit the Gold muesum as part of your package to learn about gold in this area, you can buy gold jewellery if you wish. Then we head to our overnight stay at Stawell, on our way to Stawell we can stop to have a group dinner at Ballarat, Ararat or Stawell area where there are many Chinese and Western restaurants. After dinner if still day light we will head to Stawell lookout for sunset photos of Goldmining town of Stawell and the Grampians. Then we choose to stay at a comfortable inn depending on availability with nice warm beds, private bathroom, shower, free wifi and free breakfast. Halal options are available.

  • DAY 2: Melbourne Tour Day 2

    After breakfast we explore the gold mining town of Stawell, where we go through the town and visit the observatory hill to see the town views and Grampians. Great place to take pictures. We head to Grampians for sightseeing of the main attractions, Australia Kangaroos, Booroka lookout (great place to see the town of Halls gap and surrouding beauty), Reeds and balconies where you can view and take pictures of the awesomeness of the Grampians, soon after we head to Mckenzies falls to explore this great waterfall. Then after the Mckenzies falls, we head down to Halls gap before driving to Warnaambool. While we are on our way, we stop at the southern Grampians town Dunkeld where we have lunch and some great local country food and coffee/tea or cold drink. Then we head to Colonial accomodation Warrnaambool for our place of stay. Free wifi, nice warm beds, all units have ensuites, tv

  • DAY 3: Melbourne Tour Day 3

    After Breakfast we head out of Warnaambool along the mighty Great Ocean road and 12 apostles where we visit the famous Allansford cheese shop and factory, where you can have a free cheese tasting, and cheese muesum. After this, we head for the London bridge that has fallen down since 1990, then we head to Port campbell, a great place with its great little habour and beach, then to Loch ard gorge, home of the famous loch ard ship disaster and great place for pictures. We head to the famous 12 apostles, these famous limestone stacks are visited by 7 million people each year. Then we head to Apollo bay for lunch and drinks, many great choices to choose from chicken and chips, fish and chips, Chicken and rice, lamb curry and rice. (Mandarin and English speaking staff are here to help you with your order) Halal options are available for our muslim families. After lunch we head to Kenneth river to spot and take pictures of Wild Australian Koalas, after this we head to town of lorne to take photos of its beautiful bay area from lorne pier. Then our last two stops is at Memorial arch dedicated to the 3000 men that built the great ocean road, then splits point lighthouse. Visit the last light house to be built on the beautiful shipwreck coast then we head to our overnight accommodation to the City of Geelong. We stay in the city of Geelong Victoria second biggest city at the Econolodge Geelong with free wifi private rooms family rooms etc, then after we have check you into the hotel, you can walk around and explore yourself all the shops, shopping centre 24 hour kmart, late night shopping centre, restaurants, as everything is walking distance from the hotel. Or clients can also stay in Torquay retreats for homestay or farmstays accommodation either in the seaside towns of Torquay or Geelong experience what its like to stay in Australian house or farm..depending on availability (also may be extra cost).

  • DAY 4: Melbourne Tour Day 4

    After breakfast we explore the city of the Geelong go to Cunningham pier and its beautiful Corio bay then we go to Queenscliff to catch the Queenscliff- Sorrento vehicle passenger ferry that crosses Port Phillip bay heading for the Morning on peninsula. Then we head to Maru koala park to have lunch and pat handfeed the koalas, kangaroos and many more Australian native animals As a bonus at Maru Koala park we also have added Sheep shearing show great entertainment as part of your tour package. Tour options: Maru koala park will allow you to pat Koala, handle snakes and much more for only $20 aud per animal also this come with a printed photo. For extra 2 aud clients can buy feed for the animals and this money you spend will go to charity. We head to panny’s chocolate to try samples of chocolate and buy some yummy chocolate if you wish,Nobbies wildlife wonderland and then the famous penguin parade to visit the beautiful little penguins that travel from the sea to their nest on and near the beach of summerlands. Before or After penguin parade we go for our dinner at wings ho where we will enjoy 6 course banquet with Chinese Tea After dinner we head back to your place of stay in melbourne

  • DAY 5: Sydney Tour Day 1

    This is not just a Sydney City Tour. The Sydney City Tour andSurrounds allows you to experience some of the most beautiful sights that this harbour city has to offer as well as the Northern Beaches, Manly and Bondi. MORNING TOUR (approx 3.5hours) We start the day with some expert commentary from your driver guide as you weave your way through the beautiful northern beach suburbs of Sydney. We head out over the Sydney Harbour Bridge, which opened in 1932 and is one of the city's most well-known and photographed icons. Just a few kilometres from Sydney is the picturesque Milson's Point, located in one of Sydney's most affluent suburbs. Here there are beautiful homes, churches and schools built in the late 1800s. There are incredible views of the harbour and the Opera House as well as an abundance of restaurants, cafes and boutique shops. Make sure you have your camera ready, as the view of the Opera House do not get better than this. Next we move on to the Arabanoo Lookout, which offers views out to the North and South Head and over the Pacific Ocean. This breathtaking scenic lookout offers a superb panorama of the rugged Headlands and Manly. You may even be lucky enough to see some whales from this lookout if you are lucky. Continue on to the seaside resort of Manly Beach, noted for its famous surf beach that stretch from Queenscliff up to the North Steyne Beach and Norfolk Pines. Here you will witness unsurpassed views of the entrance to Sydney Harbour. You can also walk along the beach, browse the shops or stroll the Corso and enjoy your morning tea in one of the many cafes (own expense). Conclude the morning portion of your tour at the King Street Wharf approx 11.45am. OPTIONAL SYDNEY HARBOUR LUNCHEON CRUISE (Additional Cost: Adult $80 and Child $50) Sydney on the sparkling blue waters of Sydney Harbour is one of the world's most beautiful cities. Experience this wonder aboard the MV Sydney 2000, the most prestigious cruising restaurant on Sydney Harbour. With panoramic viewing windows on every deck this presents Sydney Harbour like a picture postcard. Enjoy these views, whilst you indulge in a delicious buffet lunch featuring Sydney rock oysters or mussels, Ocean king prawns, succulent fish plus a range of non-seafood and vegetarian options as well as desserts and cheeses. This cruise offers Sydney, Seafood, Sightseeing and sunshine all on the most beautiful and iconic Sydney Harbour. AFTERNOON TOUR (approx 4hours) Meet your driver back at the King Street Wharf at 2pm to recommence your complete Sydney experience. Situated at the very base of the Harbour Bridge we hear all about Sydney's colourful and historic past as you tour through the birthplace of Sydney - The Rocks, a short distance from Cirular Quay. Long ago this area was home to the indigenous Gadigal people but the land was claimed by European settlers in 1788. From The Rocks we have a stunning view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Travel through Chinatown, right in the heart of Sydney. The area captures the excitement of Asian street life. It has a bright and lively atmosphere and full of restaurants, noodle-bars and bargain shopping. Arrive at Mrs Macquarie's Chair for a photo stop and witness superb views of the city skyline, Opera House, Bridge and Harbour. Not to be missed is the Royal Australian Naval Base at Garden Island, Sydney Tower and Sydney Town Hall. Sample the atmosphere as we drive through Kings Cross, with its buskers, coffee shops and clubs. Drive through the exclusive suburbs of Double Bay and Vaucluse before visiting The Gap, with its stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and the Heads. We complete this tour with a stop at the world famous Bondi and you'll have time to stroll along Australia's most famous surf beach. Soak up the sun, the surf and the sand with the locals and tourists alike. You can wander along the shoreline or take a dip in the cool ocean or even treat yourself to afternoon tea (own expense) from one of the many cafes or restaurants. This very special Sydney City Tour will return you to Sydney with a camera full of fantastic memories of the wonder and beauty that Sydney and surrounds has to offer

  • DAY 6: Sydney Tour Day 2-Hunter Valley

    Starting with a special morning tea with friendly kangaroos and koalas, you will enjoy a day of indulgence as you taste locally made chocolate, fudge, wine, cheese, gelato, olive oil and beer! • Small group day tour (max 13 guests) leaving from Sydney • Morning tea at the Walkabout Wildlife Park where you’ll meet and greet the friendliest kangaroos, wallaby’s, koalas and emus in Australia. A special and very unique experience. • Exclusive chocolate and fudge tasting at the Hunter Valley Chocolate Company’s factory • 2-3 wine tastings at small boutique award winning wineries • Cheese tasting of locally made cheeses including some incredible cow and goat cheese varieties • Visit to Potters Brewery with the opportunity to try some locally made craft beers (own expense) • Visit to Roche Estate vineyard for lunch (BYO) with a variety of lunch options to suit all tastes and budgets As a small group, we’ll have the opportunity to visit some very special boutique vineyards, all in the comfort of a new air-conditioned minibus, with your personal experienced and friendly guide. It’s a Hunter Valley wine tour with a difference as it has the most diverse itinerary to give you the most out of your day. The tour leaves Sydney at 7.40am, returning usually by 6pm.

  • DAY 7: Sydney Tour Day 3-Tobruk sheep station

    Offering a truly authentic experience, Tobruk Sheep Station will immerse you into the Australian bush and life on an outback sheep station. On arrival you’ll be welcomed by stockmen on horseback and led to the nearby Drover’s Camp. Stockman’s Tucker Once at the Drover’s Camp you’ll be treated to traditional stockman’s tucker with billy tea and damper around the campfire. Made and served the old way – straight up – the billy tea is boiled over the campfire, while the damper dough is placed straight onto the embers. While this tucker tastes great, make sure you leave room for lunch. Sheep Muster Now you’ll see the amazing patience and skill of the stockman at work with his sheepdog. In order to get the sheep to a particular pen on the property, the stockman directs his canine partner as it moves quickly and expertly among the 50 strong herd. With what looks like effortless skill and speed, the dog will move over, under and around the sheep to achieve his task. Have the camera ready to take a snap when the dog lands himself on the back of a wayward sheep. Sheep Shearing The age-old profession of sheep shearing requires a great deal of practice, skill and agility and here you’ll see it first-hand. While seated in the most unique shearing shed in the country, you’ll watch the shearers at work while the life of the shearer himself is unfolded. Under the guidance of a veteran, you can even try your own hand at the art of shearing an anxious sheep! Aussie BBQ After all that excitement, it’s time to enjoy some real Aussie hospitality with a mouth-watering BBQ. Today you’ll be treated to an Aussie grill of steak and sausages, freshly baked damper rolls, green salad and more. Oh, and don’t forget dessert – traditional Aussie Lamington cake – just delicious. Included Meals: Lunch Boomerang Throwing Boomerangs were traditionally used by the Aboriginal people as a hunting weapon, but here at Tobruk they’re used for fun. Once you’ve had an expert demonstration, you can give it a go yourself – just keep an eye out for that returning Boomerang. Whip Cracking Reckon you could crack a whip? It’s not as easy as it looks. Now our able stockmen will demonstrate the use of the whip in the mustering process. The actual cracking is achieved in a fraction of a second, by breaking the sound barrier. After the expert demonstration, why not let the stockmen show you how it’s done.

  • DAY 8: Sydney Tour Day 4- Blue Mountain Tour

    Explore the Blue Mountains on a full-day tour that features the UNESCO World Heritage-listed region’s natural beauty, including landmarks like Three Sisters, Jamison Valley, Leura and Scenic World. On the return trip to Sydney, meet native Australian wildlife at Featherdale Wildlife Park, then cruise into the city on a scenic Parramatta River boat cruise. Travel with a small group limited to 18 people for a personalized experience of Blue Mountains National Park and beyond. Bonus: includes morning tea and a delicious two-course lunch in Wentworth Falls. Highlights • Full-day tour to Blue Mountains with river cruise, from Sydney • Enjoy morning tea and a stroll in the quaint township of Leura • Visit Scenic World for a ride on the world’s steepest scenic railway and incredible views of the Jamison Valley • Get great photo opps of the Three Sisters, Mt Solitary, Orphan Rock, Katoomba Falls • Savor a 2-course lunch at Wentworth Falls inside the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains National Park • Meet Australian animals at Featherdale Wildlife Park and opt to hand-feed kangaroos and koalas • Return to Sydney on a boat cruise and glide under the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge • Small-group tour limited to 18 people provides an intimate experience and ensures personal attention from your guide Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour This is the best choice if you want an all-inclusive visit to the Blue Mountains -- a tasty sit-down lunch and scenic cable car and railway rides that cost extra on other tours are all part of this package. And petting koalas and sailing under Sydney Harbour Bridge are the icing on the cake. What You Can Expect Begin your experience of the Blue Mountains with morning pickup from your hotel in Sydney. After collecting your small group, your air-conditioned minicoach takes a scenic 1.5-hour drive to the town of Leura. Nibble on complimentary morning tea and have time for a look around the boutiques in town, then head to nearby Echo Point to see the majestic Three Sisters, one of the region’s most famous rock formations. Next up, your guide takes you to Scenic World where your tour includes rides on the cable car, railway and skyway. Descend a steep track on the Scenic Railway route to arrive at a pristine rain forest landscape where you can stroll around the greenery. When you’re ready, step into the fully-enclosed cabin of the Scenic Cableway, which offers aerial views of landmarks such as Mt Solitary, Orphan Rock, Three Sisters and Katoomba Falls, then get another perspective as you soar high over Jamison Valley on the Scenic Skyway. After your visit to Scenic World, have lunch in Wentworth Falls. Soak in views of Valley of the Waters from large picture windows in the Conservation Hut cafe as you enjoy a two-course lunch. Get a closer look at the waterfall during a leisurely stroll through the area after your meal. In the afternoon, start back towards Sydney, stopping for a close encounter with the animals at Featherdale Wildlife Park. Hand-feed furry critters such as kangaroos and emus, photograph a koala and admire some of the 2,000 creatures in residence at the seven-acre park. Finally, board a boat on the Parramatta River to cruise back to Sydney in style. Get a good look at charming waterfront homes and Sydney Harbour Bridge before your boat docks in Circular Quay to end your tour. INCLUSIONS SYDNEY CITY TOUR DETAILS Departs: Daily approx 7am Concludes:

Inclusions

  • 3-4 star accommodation included
  • Coach Touring, Inner City Pick up / Drop Off locations, Experienced Tour Guide
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Pricing details & Exclusions

Exclusions
  • Excluding GST,
  • cost of ticket,
  • visa charges
  • other optional charges mentioned in the package
Category Price
Standard ₹250,999
Superior ₹310,999
Deluxe ₹450,999

 

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