Amazing Australia 10 Nights / 11 Days


Custom Tour



Arrive Brisbane / Gold Coast

Following breakfast, it’s time to head to the airport to board your flight to Brisbane. Upon arrival, you are met and are transferred to the Gold Coast, an approximate 2 hrs drive. Check into your hotel and the rest of the day is free for you. We recommend you to have your dinner at the Krish Indian Restaurant which is 20 min drive to the surfers paradise OR you can dine at the Curry Restaurant which is located in the Surfers paradise area.

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Gold Coast

This morning after breakfast it’s time for your transfer to Dreamworld!! Here you spend the entire day enjoying yourself at the various shows and rides. Your transfer to take you back to the Hotel awaits you at the exit gate later this evening. After a brief rest, we suggest you get ready and make your way to the pier for your relaxing 2 hrs sunset cruise accompanied by champagne. The perfect way to end the day.

Overnight in Gold Coast

Gold Coast

Today we recommend you to head out for some great crab catching on the Tweed River. From the moment you step on board the specially designed river cruiser, you can take part in a range of activities such as feeding pelicans, yabbie pumping, fishing and trapping for crabs. If you prefer, you can simply sit back and enjoy the spectacular natural beauty of the tranquil and safe Terranora inlet, on the Tweed River.

This tour includes all the equipment for activities, fishing equipment and bait. Also included are morning tea or coffee and biscuits. The delicious crab lunch is optional. You also have the opportunity to visit the famous Birds Bay Oyster Farm and purchase fresh oysters and pearls right here.

We recommend you visit the Witches Chase Cheese Co, a small cooperation creating small batches of very high quality handmade cheese and ice cream, with over 15 varieties of to choose from, this is an experience in old world traditions that should not be missed. This can be followed by a visit to the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary.

Overnight in Gold Coast

Gold Coast

Spend a day in Natures Paradise, better known as Mount Tamborine in the Gold Coast Hinterland. A tour to Tamborine Mountain along with Oreilly’s. Experience forest trails where only a 4WD can take you, delicious morning tea and a guided rainforest walk to the waterfall. Taste wines and explore 'Gallery Walk' the arts and craft district of the Mountain. Your guide will keep an eye out for wildlife, tell you about the area and show you how to throw a boomerang.

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Gold Coast / Melbourne

Following breakfast, it’s time to be escorted to the airport for your flight to Melbourne. Upon arrival, you are met and are transferred to your hotel. Check in and relax. Spend the rest of the day walking around the city, or discovering the city on the inner circle tram that is free for all. In the afternoon, we suggest you head to the Melbourne Zoo where you can see koalas, possums, little fairy penguins, cockatoos, emus and kangaroos.

Later in the evening make your way for a special tramcar dinner. The Colonial Tramcar Restaurantsurpasses all expectations by delivering an authentic fine dining experience in a memorable, plush setting. Diners are treated to a trip through the scenic streets of Melbourne, cruising tree-lined St Kilda Road, the spectacular spread of St Kilda Beach and the entertaining bustle of Fitzroy Street. After passing the iconic toothy grin of Luna Park, the Tramcar travels into the heart of the city and onto Melbourne’s lively Bourke Street.

Overnight in Melbourne


Following breakfast this morning you could head off to the wine area of Victoria – to the Yarra Valley, (around 1 hr) drive for the day, where you experience some wine tasting, a ride aboard the “Puffing Billy” - Australia’s favorite steam train that traverses a path of 24 km through the forests, fern gullies and rolling farmlands and a visit to Healesville Sanctuary which showcases over 200 species of Australian wildlife.

Healesville in the Yarra Valley is also home to Victoria’s oldest wine-growing region. There are over 60 wineries in the Yarra Valley to choose from, with the majority being small and family-owned. Choices range from big names such as Domaine Chandon, Yering Station, TarraWarra, Coldstream Hills and De Bortoli Yarra Valley to boutique operations such as Gembrook Hill, Medhurst Estate, Jamsheed, Mandala and Hoddles Creek. Architect-designed TarraWarra, owned by fashion retailers Marc and Eva Besen, is one of the most popular destinations with its fine wines supplemented by an impressive art gallery and a restaurant serving modern Australian food with magnificent views).

Upon returning back to the city, relax at the hotel. This evening, we suggest you to eat at the very fine dining Vue de Monde. Located on the 55th floor of Melbourne’s iconic Rialto Tower, it boasts sparkling skyline views which extend to the ranges far on the horizon. It has a la carte and degustation wonders - piped, pressed, brewed and blow-torched, that surprise and delight.

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A great city and has loads to do. Wake up to breakfast this morning and make your way by taxi to a very different part of Melbourne – to St Kilda. It’s the trendiest part of Melbourne. There are several shops, cafes and the Beach. St Kilda is also where the entertainment complex, Luna Park is.Monarchs – the cake shop is a must stop and their cakes and teas are really something! You must try and get to St Kilda on a Sunday morning to enjoy the weekly Sunday market that assures you of some great bargains and unique crafts to add to your collection. You can then head off to the Eureka Skydeck in the centre of the city and enjoy some amazing views from atop the tower and when here you must definitely try “The Edge”. Following the sky deck, you could make your way to the MCG (Melbourne Cricket Ground) where you can take a tour through the famous Long Room and the MCC Museum etc. A visit to the National Sports Museum is a must see and stop.

Later in the afternoon, you could take the free tram and head to the Harbor Town area that houses more than 200 shops, it is the largest retail shopping precinct here! You also can visit the Aquarium, the Grand Prix Circuit ground or just spend time walking around and sponging in the various facets of this vibrant and arty city.

We recommend you to have lunch at Cumulus Inc perhaps sharing slow-roasted lamb with cracked wheat and freekeh salad, or heirloom tomatoes and burrata. After lunch, wander down Flinders Lane for galleries including Anna Schwarz, Little Bourke Street for designer fashion boutiques, Bourke Street Mall for department stores, Little Collins Street for contemporary menswear, and women’s retailers including Scanlan and Theodore.

Stop in at DeGraves Lane (off Flinders Lane) lined with cafes, for a reviving coffee or afternoon tea, one of the city’s favourite spots for caffeine. The Block Arcade is a fine example of 19th-century Melbourne, renowned for its etched glass canopy, mosaic tiled floor and intricate wrought iron. Listed on Victoria’s Heritage Register, it also features boutiques and cafes.

Before dinner, have a drink at Bar Lourinha, then a five-minute walk along Meyers Place will bring you to the top end of Bourke Street and Grossi Florentino. Melbourne’s long history of Italian migration means the city is imbued with excellent Italian food and Grossi Florentino is a stellar example. Soaring frescoed ceilings, dark wood panelling and the charming waiters darting across the floor in their chic white jackets and bow ties, instantly transport you to the north of Italy. As do the menus, and the wine list, served across the three dining spaces within the opulent building: the casual Cellar Bar, Upstairs and The Grill. Be sure to order the signature dessert, La Mela Di Murano (a glass toffee ball filled with apple sorbet, served on a bed of pearl tapioca).

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Melbourne / Adelaide

Breakfast this morning is followed by your transfer to the airport in order to board your flight to Adelaide. Upon arrival, you are met and are transferred to your hotel. Check in and relax. Adelaide is a sophisticated city that has preserved its heritage and links with the past. There are close to 50 attractions in this city of which entry to more than half of them are FREE! A visit to the Adelaide Oval and the Sir Don Bradman Museum, inside the cricket grounds is what we recommend. Must do: An exhilarating adventure across Adelaide Oval's unique roofline. Sports fans will soon have a chance to climb on the roof of Adelaide Oval from March 2016 - walk across the top of the oval on a purpose-built path from the western stand to the riverbank stand. (On Request)

We have one more great recommendation just 20 minutes from the Adelaide city centre where you meet few adorable dingo puppies or cuddle the koalas, see the wombats at Cleland Wildlife Park. You can also hold a reptile and get a photo clicked and you are guaranteed to be able to hold a snake or a lizard every day of the week.

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Adelaide – Barossa Valley & Adelaide Hills - Adelaide

Wake up to a relaxed breakfast at your accommodation before proceeding to explore the Barossa Valley.

The world famous wine region of the Barossa Valley is steeped in history and German heritage, swathed in rolling landscapes of vines, orchards, pasture and bushland and full of great characters. Discover the rich bounty of the Adelaide Hills with its charming villages, so close to the city. Explore the enchanting town of historic Hahndorf with its unique Bavarian ambiance.

Overnight in Adelaide.

Add on: Make your own blend experience@ Penfolds. Create your own Grenache, Shiraz or Mourvedre being part of the famous Penfolds winemaking lab team and get a chance to taste-test your brilliant blend

Adelaide – Kangaroo Island – Adelaide

A day to explore a Treasure Island of a renowned natural beauty called Kangaroo Island. After your sea voyage across the Backstairs Passage from spectacular Cape Jervis to Kangaroo Island, you’ll discover its awesome beauty, rugged unspoilt wilderness. Enjoy an Aussie country style lunch in a rural setting before admiring the stunning landscape of the Flinders Chase National Park, home to the Wallaby, Kangaroo, Goanna, Echidna and a large variety of Seabirds. Next travel to 'Remarkable Rocks' a group of granite rocks worn by natural forces over thousands of years to form astounding and unusual shapes. We then move onto Admirals Arch where you can view New Zealand Fur Seals in their natural ocean environment before re-boarding the ferry and beginning the trip back to Adelaide. A trip you will remember for a lifetime.

Overnight in Adelaide.

Depart Adelaide

Your tryst down under comes to an end today as you are escorted to the airport to board your flight back home.

  • 4 Nights accommodation in Gold Coast
  • 3 Nights accommodation in Melbourne
  • 3 Nights accommodation in Adelaide    
  • Airport transfers in all cities on seat in coach basis    
  • Full day to Dreamworld in Gold Coast on seat in coach basis
  • Full day Rainforest & Wildlife covering O'Reilly & Mt Tamborine Tour on seat in coach basis    
  • Dinner at Colonial Tramcar Restaurant (No transfers)
  • Full day Yarra Valley, Puffing Billy & Healesville Sanctuary Tour on seat in coach basis
  • Barossa Valley and Hahndorf Tour with wine tasting and winery lunch on seat in coach basis
  • Full day experience to Kangaroo Island from Adelaide by coach
  • Airfare & Ticket taxes
  • Visa Charges
  • Indian Government Service Tax    
  • Meals not specified
  • Surcharges applicable if any
  • Travel and Medical Insurance
  • Tips and Porterage
  • Expenses of personal nature
  • Any other services not mentioned in the package inclusions