Take a day out from Sydney to the nearby iconic Blue Mountains and go bush walking, visit a wildlife park, see the Three Sisters rock formation, enjoy lunch and see Wentworth waterfall.
New South Wales is normally the first destination of any visitor to Australia. With the city of Sydney located in this state, this is where most first time travellers 'down under' start their journey.
Sydney has so much to see and do you can happily spend a few day exploring. New South Wales boasts amazing beaches and coastline as well as forest regions including the Blue Mountains that border Sydney city. One of the most popular day trips in New South Wales and Australia is the Blue Mountains.
Do not forget to add a wine tour to the Hunter Valley, New South Wales premier wine region.
Byron Bay is also in New South Wales, the town with the heart of a surfing hippy. This bustling little town has a vibe of its own, laid back, relaxed and guaranteed to be positive.
A visit to Australia is not complete without seeing what New South Wales has to offer
The Hunter Valley is near Sydney and is a mecca for food and wine lovers. Take a day tour here with this trip to do wine and beer tasting and visit the region.
Travel north up the coast from Sydney on a day tour to explore the Port Stephens area including a cruise to see dolphins and 4WD on the sand dunes of the nearby surf beaches. Great tour for nature lovers to see a special part of Australia.
Enjoy the thrill of seeing huge Humpback Whales as they make their annual migration along the east coast of Australia. You will depart from Sydney and do a cruise from the pretty seaside town of Port Stephens to see the whales.
Discover Jervis Bay, the Jewel of the NSW South Coast. Visit the nationally protected marine park which is home to dolphins and marine life and see spectacular views of the coast line. This day tour starts in Sydney and takes you into the nature of New South Wales.
Escape the city on an overnight getaway to the Blue Mountains. Explore more of the Blue Mountains, Australia's most visited World Heritage National Park with this overnight package that includes a Blue Mountains Day Trip trip PLUS an overnight stay at the cool art deco Blue Mountains YHA accommodation.
Make the connection between Sydney and Melbourne with this two day tour that takes you through canberra, the nation's capital city, to see the city's highlights and stays in the Victorian high country on farm stay before cruising into Melbourne via an animal rescue project.
Travel between Australia's two biggest cities, Sydney and Melbourne, via the nation's capital city Canberra and the Victorian high country. Have a free day in Melbourne with two nights of accommodation included. Continue west along the Great ocean Road to see the Twelve Apostles landform amongst other coastal highlights. Head inland and experience the beauty of the Grampians National Park before arriving in Adelaide.
This 8 day trip from Sydney to Brisbane is an active tour style providing the opportunity for nature walks, snorkeling, swimming, spotting animals in the wild. Stay in a mix of 4 stars, boutique and family-run accommodation so guests sleep well at night.
Travel from Sydney via Melbourne and Adelaide to Alice Springs via Canberra and the Victorian high country before a free day in Melbourne. Continue west to explore the Great Ocean Road and Grampians National Park before having a free day in Adelaide. Head north into the South Australian outback with a night underground at Coober Pedy and then staying near the iconic Uluru (Ayers Rock) and onward through the Red Centre to Alice Springs in the heart of Australia.
This adventure is for active people who want to explore the east coast of Australia in a small group that loves nature, beaches, food, wine and the friendly locals we meet along the way. Australia East Coast Tour 14 days from Sydney to Cairns in twin share hotel and lodge accommodation.
Capture the essence of the East Coast of Australia, one of the best road trips in the world, on this 16-day adventure.This tour offers iconic destinations including Byron Bay, Fraser Island, Magnetic Island and the Whitsundays. You will visit three very different islands, four World Heritage National Parks and some secret spots recommended by locals. You will enjoy a great mix of unique accommodation and experiences including wine tasting, wildlife, indigenous culture, beaches, hiking, rainforest, reef, off-roading, surfing, and kayaking. This is your adventure!
Travel from the coast to the outback and into the tropics starting in Sydney and finishing in Darwin. This tour package combines so many cities and landscapes, environments and cultural oddities you'll really feel like you've experienced a big part of Australia
Visit iconic destinations including Byron Bay, Fraser Island, Magnetic Island and the Whitsundays. We stay on two farms, visit three very different islands, four World Heritage National Parks and some secret spots in between. It offers a great mix of unique accommodation and experiences including wine tasting, wildlife, indigenous culture, beaches, hiking, rainforest, Great Barrier Reef, off-roading, horse-riding, surfing, kayaking….and more.
See as much of Australia as you can in a short time. Travel up the east coast of Australia Sydney to Cairns to take in the stunning landscapes, coastline and activities at Byron Bay, Fraser Island, Whitsunday Island and Magnetic Island. Rest between tours at Cairns and enjoy the world-famous Great Barrier Reef here. Fly to Alice Springs (own expense) before experiencing the Red Centre of the Northern Territory including seeing Uluru (Ayers Rock). Then we head down to Adelaide and finally spend time on the Great Ocean Road before arriving in Melbourne.
This great value package is a combination of our Sydney to Cairns tour and 10 Day Alice Springs to Darwin tour package including Uluru and Kakadu National Parks plus five nights extra accommodation spread across Cairns, Alice Springs and Darwin. The only other requirement is that you book your own domestic flight at additional expense between Cairns and Alice Springs. Let the Aussie Adventure begin!
Capture the essence of Australia on this 31-day adventure. See the East Coast, Sydney to Cairns, and the outback Alice Springs to Melbourne. Visit a private farm in a World Heritage listed area, stay on a tropical Island and relax in Byron Bay, spend the night on the world’s largest sand island and visit stunning beaches whilst also snorkeling in the Whitsundays. Stay overnight with Indigenous custodians in the rainforest, learn to care for koalas, how to surf, and learn to how to live like a traditional 'swagman' and about life in outback Australia. See the Red Centre of Australia before traveling to Adelaide via Coober Pedy (stay underground) and the Flinders Ranges. The highlights of Kangaroo Island and the Barossa Valley are included as part of this package as well as the accommodation between the tours. Finish in Melbourne after traveling through the Grampians National Park and along the Great Ocean Road to marvel at the Twelve Apostles.
Ideal for those traveling alone, this 7-night arrival package offers Sydney airport pick ups, accommodation as well as opportunities to meet with other travelers like you and do day tours and activities together coordinated by OzIntro guides.
Special offer book now! This classic east coast journey from Sydney to Cairns is on guided transport using buses and trains as you travel to overnight stops but also have the option to hop on and hop off along the route.
The journey from Sydney to Brisbane is packed with activities in the bush, on the beach and up a river as you travel in a mini bus to your overnight stops. Hop on and off along the route where you would like to as you travel with your guide and other travellers going your way.
Start from Sydney and return to Sydney on this guided hop on hop off tour that will take you north to Byron Bay via Barrington Tops where you will go for a guided walk to spot platypus, snorkel in a marine reserve, chill out at Byron Bay and be able to get off and stay longer at Spot X Surf Camp to learn to surf.
You can take 3 days to get from Brisbane to Sydney or you can take your time. Take a walk at Danger Point - the New South Wales/Queensland border crossing, chill out at Byron bay and then hop off at Spot X surf camp to learn to surf.
Special offer book now! This pass is on special! Book before 16 November! Travel all the way from Cairns to Sydney down the east coast of Australia hopping off and on where you like on the route. Stay overnight in the Rainforest, Airlie Beach for Whitsunday Islands sailing trips, Noosa for the outstanding beach, Brisbane and the surf town of Byron Bay before heading to Sydney via Spot X Surf Camp where you can hop off to stay longer and learn to surf.
Sydney is all about it's harbour where the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House can be seen. This cruise takes you out on the harbour to explore the bays and includes a big BBQ lunch. Relax on the luxury yacht and enjoy the sunshine while your crew looks after you.
Get a jump on the hustle and bustle in Sydney by seeing it from above with this 14,000ft skydive.
Leave the city and head for the coast for an exclusive surf camp, Spot X, where surf instructors will get you up and riding in no time. If you can already surf you'll soon be even better. Hang out with like-minded surfers and enjoy included accommodation, meals, transport, and surf lessons.
Travel between Australia's largest cities and visit Canberra and the high country region of Victoria. Visit the historic town of Beechworth and stay overnight on a farm.
Depart Alice Springs in the heart of central Australia and travel south via Uluru (Ayers Rock) and into the South Australian outback. Stay underground at Coober Pedy and onward to Adelaide. Head east through the Grampians National Park and along the Great Ocean Road to Melbourne for a few well deserved days off. Finish of your tour with two days from Melbourne to Sydney exploring the Victorian high country and the nation's capital, Canberra.
This 16 day experience offers iconic destinations including Cape Tribulation, Magnetic Island, the Whitsundays, Fraser Island, Byron Bay and The Blue Mountains. We visit three very different islands, four World Heritage National Parks and some secret spots recommended by locals. It offers a great mix of unique accommodation and experiences including snorkeling the Great Barrier Reef, wildlife, beaches, hiking, rainforest walks, off-roading, and kayaking
Enjoy the convenience of having your stay in Australia organised as you travel from the Top End of Australia through central Australia and the south coast and high country areas via Canberra to Sydney.