Say G'day! There's nothing like Australia


Cover all the raw natural beauty, the wildlife and magnificent sights that are special to the land down under with this plan for 16 nights and 17 days!


Day Plan Overnight
Day 1 Arrive in Sydney Sydney
Day 1

On arrival, proceed to your accommodation in Sydney. Check in, freshen up and spend the rest of the evening at leisure.

Sydney, spectacularly draped around its glorious harbour and beaches, has visual wow factor like few other cities. Scratch the surface and it only gets better - Lonely Planet

Day 2 A day for Sydney City Tour Sydney
Day 2

Experience the rich colonial history of Sydney, the impressive range of architectural wonders, and the world-famous harbour, explore the vast waterways that weave through the city, discover the vibrant culture of Sydney.

Places to visit:
Sydney Opera House, walking tour of the history The Rocks area, Conservatorium of Music, St. Mary’s Cathedral, Parliament House, Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney Tower, Darling Harbour, stop at Mrs. Macquarie's Chair, take in views of the Harbour Bridge, take a stroll around the Garden Island and finally head to Bondi Beach where you can relax.
You can also visit Paddington and the bustling Chinatown

Day 3 Day Trip to Blue Mountains Sydney
Day 3

Today, you have a tour to visit the Blue Mountains.

The Blue Mountains get their name from the natural blue haze created by vast eucalypt forests in this World Heritage area. Tiny droplets of oil released from the trees mix with water vapour and sunlight to produce the distinctive colour.

Marvel at this wilderness region from cliff top lookouts. Explore waterfalls, valleys and rugged sandstone tablelands, and learn about the region’s ancient Aboriginal heritage. Deep inside the Jenolan Caves you’ll discover limestone crystals and underground rivers. There are numerous exhilarating activities on offer in the mountains, from rock climbing and abseiling. See the Three Sisters rock formation from Echo Point Lookout at Katoomba; it’s also the gateway to many walking trails. Board the world’s steepest passenger railway and descend into an ancient rainforest with Scenic World Blue Mountains. Or get a panoramic view of the mountains from a glass-floored cable car suspended above a steep gorge.

Day 4 Day trip to Port Stephens Sydney
Day 4

Today, you can visit Port Stephens

To be incredible by nature is to be born with a natural gift and Port Stephens certainly was.
Port Stephens is an easy 2.5 hours drive from Sydney, with its beautiful beaches, stunning sand dunes, coastal walks, national parks, pristine waters, carefree laid back lifestyle and a great range of accommodation.A holiday to Port Stephens is all about the sea and sand, tasting freshly caught seafood, wading in the clear waters and sandboarding down the spectacular Stockton Sand Dunes.
Port Stephens is one of the most incredible natural ‘stages’ on earth with a wealth of ‘bucket-list’ worthy experiences waiting for you. See the majestic dunes standing guard over the Worimi Conservation Lands, feel the warm welcome from the locals, hear the calls of wild dolphins and humpback whales, taste the local produce fresh from the farmgate and smell the salt air.

Day 5 A day to explore the Sydney Zoo and do some shopping Sydney
Day 5

Sydney Zoo is a zoo in Bungarribee in the Western Sydney Parklands, in Greater Western Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Sydney Zoo is located 38 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district. It occupies a 16.5-hectare site.

Oxford Street has made a name for itself for being one of the premier shopping streets in Australia. Running from the city through to Bondi Junction, you can easily spend a day walking up the street stopping for some retail therapy in Australian designer stores like Sass & Bide.

Day 6 Fly to Hamilton Island Hamilton Island
Day 6

Catch the flight to Hamilton Island, check in and relax for a bit. You can take a sunset cruise in the evening.
Part of the Whitsundays, and in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, Hamilton Island is one of Australia’s most spectacular and sought-after holiday destinations. On a holiday to Hamilton Island, you'll be surrounded by pristine white beaches, and a kaleidoscope of coral and marine life. Hamilton Island is a perfect base for exploring the Great Barrier Reef and world-famous Whitehaven Beach.
A typical sunset cruise will last 1.5 hours and will depart from the Hamilton Island Marina

Day 7 Day trip to the Great Barrier Reef Hamilton Island
Day 7

Great Barrier Reef, complex of coral reefs, shoals, and islets in the Pacific Ocean off the northeastern coast of Australia that is the longest and largest reef complex in the world. The Great Barrier Reef extends in roughly a northwest-southeast direction for more than 1,250 miles (2,000 km), at an offshore distance ranging from 10 to 100 miles (16 to 160 km), and has an area of some 135,000 square miles (350,000 square km). It has been characterized, somewhat inaccurately, as the largest structure ever built by living creatures.
A trip to Reefworld, a permanently moored pontoon on the Great Barrier Reef, takes around two hours from Hamilton Island via catamaran, making it a superb destination for a half-day or full-day tour.

Day 8 Fly to Gold Coast and explore the glow worm caves and Springbrook Forest Gold Coast
Day 8

Catch your flight to Gold Coast, check in to your accommodation and proceed to visit the glow worm caves, followed by a visit to the Springbrook Forest.

Located on the grounds of the Cedar Creek Estate Winery on Mt. Tamborine, the Glow Worm Caves Tamborine Mountain are one of the best spots on the Gold Coast to view glowworms. See thousands of these creatures during the daytime in a darkened, controlled environment designed to mimic their natural habitat.

Spectacular waterfalls, lush rainforest, ancient trees, impressive views, exceptional ecological importance and natural beauty makes Springbrook an outstanding place to visit. Springbrook National Park is part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area, one of Queensland’s five World Heritage properties and part of the World Heritage Family. Natural Bridge is in the western part of Springbrook National Park, part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area.

The park's Natural Bridge section features a picturesque rock formation, formed by the force of the waterfall over the basalt cave. During the day spot paradise riflebirds, green catbirds, wompoo fruit-doves and also rare and threatened species like the cascade tree frog, tusked frog, sooty owl and koala. At night join a guided nocturnal tour to see the resident colony of protected glow-worms and microbats

Day 9 A day of adventure at the Gold Coast Theme Parks Gold Coast
Day 9

Sea World, Warner Brothers Movie World, Wet n Wild Water World

Sea World
Make contact with marine life wonders like dolphins, seals, penguins, sharks and polar bears at Australia's SEA WORLD. Visit the amazing Shark Bay where you can come face-to-face with the most feared species of sharks in the world! Check out the new Sea Jellies Illuminated and learn all about these marine creatures in an interactive exhibit. Visit Polar Bear Shores, watch the Thunder Lake Stunt show, visit Nickelodeon Land, enjoy the rides and attractions.

Warner Brothers Movie World
Experience the magic and excitement of a world where everyone's a star - Warner Bros. Movie World! Experience rides like no other with the DC Rivals HyperCoaster offering 1.4 kilometres of thrills or barrel rolls and inverted dip of the Green Lantern Coaster! There is family fun for everyone as when you step inside the 4D Roxy Theatre or take a trip down to the Looney Tunes Village. Whatever your adventure Warner Bros. Movie World is waiting for and ready for you!

Wet n Wild Water World
This Gold Coast Theme Park is a fantastic place to have fun and enjoy the beautiful sunshine. Wet 'n' Wild Water World is easily accessed off the highway, not far from the Gold Coast. There are numerous rides to choose from that cater for all ages, do as much or as little as you like.

Day 10 Visit Surfers Paradise and Sky Point Climb Gold Coast
Day 10

SkyPoint Climb is a must-do Gold Coast adventure, an awe-inspiring, open-air adventure atop one of Queensland's most recognised landmarks – the iconic Q1 Resort Building.

SkyPoint Climb takes you to a height of 270 metres above sea level and provides climbers with unparalleled views of the stunning Gold Coast region. Connected to an internal handrail for safety, climbers are led to the eagles nest by an experienced climb leader. Following the guide, climbers will have regular stops to admire the views, learn about the Gold Coast, and to look right over the side of the building! Climbing the stairs towards the massive spire, once atop if daring, you can lean along the edge to experience a real thrill!

Surfers Paradise is a seaside resort on Queensland's Gold Coast in eastern Australia. It's known for its high-rise skyline and Surfers Paradise Beach, which hosts a popular market several evenings a week. Along Cavill Avenue are shops, cafes and lively nightclubs. The towering Q1 building, with its SkyPoint observation deck, offers panoramic ocean and city views.

Day 11 Head to Melbourne and afternoon tour of Philip Island Melbourne
Day 11

Catch the flight to Melbourne, check into your accommodation and relax for a bit. In the afternoon, prepare to visit Phillip Island.

Idyllic beaches, captivating coastlines, family fun activities and world-class events, adventure awaits you on Phillip Island, just 90 minutes from Melbourne. See Little Penguins return to their burrows on sunset, watch inquisitive seals play at sea, go in search of whales and be in awe of natural scenery on a coastal walk.

Day 12 The Great Ocean Road drive Melbourne
Day 12

The spectacular Great Ocean Road winds alongside the wild and windswept Southern Ocean. Home to craggy cliffs, empty beaches and bountiful wildlife, there's an effortless affinity with nature along this iconic road. And with epic surf and unforgettable hikes, you'll find plenty of adventure around every corner.
The Great Ocean Road begins a 90-minute drive from Melbourne's city centre. It spans 400 kilometres (249 miles) from the town of Torquay to Nelson on the South Australian border. See the world-famous waves at Bells Beach or laze on the sand at Anglesea. Visit the charming old fishing village of Port Fairy and get among the buzzing arts community in Lorne. Of course, you can't miss the 12 Apostles. These craggy limestone stacks rising majestically from the Southern Ocean are a must-see.

Day 13 Visit to Yarra Valley and other areas Melbourne
Day 13

A short 40 minute drive from Melbourne CBD, Yarra Valley hot air balloon rides offer spectacular views of the Yarra River below, mountain ranges, vineyards, the Melbourne CBD skyline and distant views of Port Phillip Bay. Spend the early morning feasting your eyes on the spectacular views the ride has to offer

Engage in a walking tour of St Kilda. In beachside St Kilda, backpackers, families and joggers converge on the Esplanade, where yachts and windsurfers can be seen on the bay. Boom-time mansions, historic sea baths and Luna Park’s eye-catching rides are reminders of the strip’s past as a glitzy resort. Fine-dining restaurants and old European cake shops can be found on Acland and Carlisle streets. Revellers fill the area’s pubs and music venues at night.

Day 14 Shop to your heart's content at the outlet malls Melbourne
Day 14

You can spend an entire day exploring and shopping at these outlet malls, the most famous ones being DFO South Wharf, Spencer Outlet mall and Brand Smart Premium Outlet Centre

Day 15 A tour of the Melbourne Cricket Ground and evening at Crown Casino Melboure
Day 15

A must visit when in Melbourne, the MCG is more than just a sports venue. It’s a place where memories are made and childhood dreams come alive. There are fleeting moments at the ‘G that stay with you forever. It is also steeped in a rich history; established in 1853, less than 20 years after the founding of Melbourne, it is often described as the beating heart of this fantastic city. It has been the home of Australian football since 1859, and was the birthplace of Test cricket in 1877 and one-day international cricket in 1971. Nestled in Yarra Park, about a 10-minute walk from the heart of the city, the MCG is open every day of the year for events and functions and tourists and the general public alike can visit seven days a week.

In the evening, have a tryst with lady luck at the Crown Casino, maybe win back some of that shopping money!

Day 16 Exit to India NA
Day 16

Check out from your accommodation in Melbourne in time to catch your flight back to India

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