Incredible Australia

Australia's second-oldest city, Hobart charms its way into your heart as you explore the city discovering its hidden gems and the scenic wilderness.

Private transfer from Melbourne International Airport to hotel 

Melbourne is a melting pot of cultures and characters. The city offers up exquisite dining, exhilarating sport and abundant opportunities to experience art. Melbourne is bursting with attractions for all ages and there’s always something new to discover.


DAY 02: MELBOURNE                                                                                     

Melbourne Lanes and Arcades Tour – Walking Tour

Have you ever wondered what everybody is fussing over when it comes to Melbourne? All those cool local cafés around the city and you feel you are going to miss out. Melbourne’s arcades and laneways hide many of these treasures, and Lanes and Arcades walking tour is the best way to discover and learn about the enchantment of Melbourne and more.

On this tour of Melbourne’s signature lanes and arcades, you will undiscover local designers and specialty retailers that often are only found in the city. You will visit some of the quirkiest cafes, independent designers, street art, architecture, with historical tales of Melbourne along the way. There is something for everyone, locals and visitors alike.

Duration: 3 – 4 hours                



Great Ocean Road – Small Group Full Day Tour

Come and explore Victoria’s Surf Coast and more must-see destinations near Melbourne. Enjoy a 12 Apostles tour, visit picturesque cities and townships along this world-famous coastline, and soak up the history of sites like the Loch Ard Gorge. There’s much more to the Great Ocean Road than just the photo opportunities, come and see for yourself!

Duration: 11-12 hours


  • Enjoy morning tea on the picturesque beaches of Victoria’s Surf Coast
    • Scenic drive along the Great Ocean Road
    • See the Twelve Apostles in Port Campbell National Park
    • Visit the Loch Ard Gorge, the site of the Loch Ard shipwreck
    • See koalas in their natural habitat in the eucalyptus forests of the Kennett River township
    • Visit the charming coastal township of Apollo Bay



Private transfer from your hotel to Melbourne Domestic Airport.

On your arrival at Hobart and you will be met and transferred to your hotel in the city.

Australia’s second-oldest city, Hobart city is surrounded by the Mount Wellington and River Derwent. A dynamic city, Hobart grabs your attention at every turn. Be it the world famous art scene, or the fresh produce or the rugged beauty of scenic wilderness.

There are plenty of things to do in Hobart to interest all travellers. Culture lovers will want to visit MONA (the museum of old and new art), while food lovers will enjoy wandering around Salamanca Market. Nature lovers won’t want to miss the beautiful flowers and plants in the Royal Botanical Gardens. And adventurers will be keen to explore the hiking and cycling trails that run around Hobart.



Hobart Historic Waterfront

Hobart’s waterfront is a great place to visit, and Constitution Dock is home to fishing boats, personal yachts and, when we were there, an international cruise ship moored in the harbour!

You will find restaurants along the waterfront, including Franklin Wharf and Brooke Street Pier and plenty of seafood stalls. You can also visit the historic buildings that house Hobart’s museums, including the Maritime Museum of Tasmania and the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG), the second oldest museum in Australia.

Exploring Salamanca Place

Undoubtedly the most well-known area in Hobart is Salamanca Place, where the famous Salamanca market is held on Saturdays. Lining Salamanca Place, you will see a range of early 19th-century Georgian sandstone warehouses. These historic port-side buildings once stored wool, grain, whale oil, fruit and imported product. Now they are home to restaurants, galleries and souvenir shops, and some very interesting sculptures!

Exploring Battery Point

Taking the steps from Salamanca Place, we took the “Kelly” steps (named after the Australian explorer James Kelly) up to Battery Point, the most historic area in Hobart and one of the most charming. Here you will find artisan shops selling Tassie handicrafts and antiques, organic cafes and local bakeries.



Bruny Island Cruise

Bruny Island Cruise is an award-winning 3 Hour Wilderness Cruise exploring the rugged coastline of Bruny Island in southern Tasmania.

Cruise alongside some of Australia’s highest sea cliffs, beneath towering crags and drift up close to listen to the awesome ‘Breathing Rock’. Enter deep sea caves, pass through the narrow gap between the coast and ‘The Monument’ and feel the power of nature at the point where the Tasman Sea meets the might of the Southern Ocean.

Join in the search for the abundant coastal wildlife such as seals, dolphins, migrating whales and sea birds. The highly trained interpretive guides love what they do – they work hard to ensure that the experience is fun, enjoyable, entertaining and informative.

Keep a close lookout for sea eagles soaring above the cliffs, pods of dolphins surfing the bow wave, albatross wheeling on the wind and shearwaters skimming the swells.  At the Friars, you’ll drift quietly past rare nesting seabirds and a large haul-out home to thousands of seals.  

Duration: 09 hours



See the iconic Wineglass Bay from the water

Wineglass Bay Cruises is a 4½ hour cruise of the waterways surrounding Freycinet National Park from Coles Bay to Wineglass Bay on Tasmania’s East Coast.

Cruise the spectacular coastline of Freycinet National Park from Coles Bay to Wineglass Bay. Be enthralled by the stunning granite coastline, including the dramatic pink peaks of the Hazards range.

Discover a coast dotted with sparkling white sand beaches, including Cooks and Bryans beaches, only accessible by water or a full day bushwalk. Explore the inner passage of remote Schouten Island, home to little penguins and short tailed shearwaters, before heading into the Tasman Sea towards Wineglass Bay. Look out for various hidden sea caves, blowholes and waterfalls amongst the sheer granite cliffs.

Take in the sheer beauty of Wineglass Bay from the rarely seen perspective of the water, a shimmering crescent of white sand fringes spilling into glass turquoise waters. 

Duration: 10 – 11 hours



Transfer to Hobart Airport for your flight to Sydney.

Private transfer from Sydney Domestic or International Airport to hotel in the city. 

Cruise on Sydney Harbour

Sydney Harbour will enthral you at any time of day. All said and done, the most beautiful and mesmerising sight is when the sunsets and the sky glows with it’s different hues. As the sun goes down, the city lights shine bright and can appreciate the Sydney skyline from aboard one of the cruiseA dinner cruise allows you to see the Harbour from both perspectives, all in sublime comfort and style.


  • Three hour cruise on Sydney Harbour
  • Entree, dinner and dessert included, with an expansive range of beverages
  • 360-degree views of iconic attractions



Sydney Bridge Climb

Journey to the top on our original climb experience and discover 360 degree views of Sydney.  

Experience the breathtaking 360-degree panoramic views of Sydney, whilst scaling the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge on BridgeClimb’s original Climb experience. Feel on top of the world as you journey along the upper arch to the peak of an Australian icon, soaking in the stories from your expert Climb Leader and the sights of the Harbour and the City skyline that surround you. 

Visit the Bondi Beach 

No Sydney Itinerary would be complete without a day at Bondi Beach. Take a few hours and learn how to surf or bring your own board if you are already an expert wave catcher. If you are more of a feet on the ground person then take the Bondi to Bronte /Coogee coastal walk. Give yourself about 2 – 3 hours and take the time to enjoy the swimming locations, grab a bite at one of the eateries at Bronte Beach or Coogee at the end. Catch your breath and admire the glorious views.



Blue Mountains All-Inclusive Small Group Day Tour

Our one day tour to the Blue Mountains offers breathtaking views taking in a selection of unique lookout points surrounding Jamison Valley. Away from the crowds you can marvel at the vast, jaw-dropping valley views while breathing in fresh, eucalyptus-infused air. Join in guided walks to see cascades and spectacular lookouts away from the large tour groups. Marvel at beauty of the Three Sisters and listen to informative commentary from local Blue Mountain guides.


  • Enjoy guided bush walk & spectacular lookouts.
  • Enjoy your Scenic World Pass – Scenic Railway, Cableway and Skyway
  • Enjoy a freshly prepared lunch at a historic mountain hotel the visit a final viewpoint for some more photo opportunities.
  • See native Australian animals at Featherdale Wildlife Park or Sydney Zoo.
  • Cruise down the Parramatta River on the local ferry and into world-famous Sydney Harbour.

Duration: 10 – 11 hours



Private transfer from your hotel in the city to the Domestic or International Airport 

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