Australia - There's nothing like Australia






DAY 1

Arrive Melbourne Tullamarine Airport within 2130hrs & SIC Transfer to Hotel (Extra Private Surcharge apply for late night arrivals). Check-in (Early Check-in is Not Guaranteed). Overnight.



DAY 2

Melbourne Cricket Ground

Breakfast.

Morning Half Day SIC Melbourne City Tour - Limited Hotel Pickups between 7-7:50AM (Complimentary & Non-Refundable). This Tour ends by 1145hrs at Federation Square.

Later walk across to MCG Gate # 3 (between light towers 1 & 2) to Join the guided 1Hr Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) tour (operates between 1000-1500hrs on non-event dates) OR Walk across to Southgate Art & Leisure Precinct to Join 1Hr Melbourne Yarra River Cruise (Last departure time between 1500-1530hrs). Return to Hotel on own. Overnight at your Hotel.


Great Ocean Road - Australia

DAY 3

Breakfast.

Choice of 1 Full Day SIC Tour - Limited Hotel Pickup, Either - Morning Full Day SIC Great Ocean Road Tour Dep 0800hrs / Returns after 2000hrs (Compulsory & Non-Refundable)

OR

Ex Federation Square Afternoon Full Day SIC Phillip Island Penguins, Kangaroos & Koalas Dep 1300hrs / Returns after 2130hrs (Compulsory & Non-Refundable)

Supplement Upgrade:

  • 1.Cost Extra to Upgrade to Platform View @AUD30/Adult & AUD15/Child Extra
  • 2.Upgrade to Underground View @AUD35/Adult & AUD17/Child Extra - Limited Seats

Day 4

Breakfast.

Depart to Melbourne Tullamarine Airport by SIC Transfer for flights within 2100hrs. Arrive Brisbane or Gold Coast Airport within 2330hrs and SIC Transfer to your Hotel. Overnight


Movie World - Australia

DAY 5

Breakfast.

Return SIC transfer to Movieworld Admission (Combo Ticket with Free Souvenir Bag & Photoframe at MW - No Refund if 1Park Utilised or Ticket lost). Overnight at your Hotel






Seaworld - Australia

DAY 6

Breakfast.

Return SIC transfer to Seaworld Admission (Combo Ticket - No Refund if 1Park Ticket Utilised or Ticket lost). Overnight at your Hotel

(Replace or Substitute by Return SIC for Full Day Dreamworld admission on 1 of the Days instead of Movieworld OR Seaworld at Supplement Cost Extra of AUD30/Adult & AUD15/Child)


DAY 7

Breakfast.

Check-out & SIC transfer to Brisbane or Gold Coast Airport. Arrive Sydney Airport within 2130hrs & SIC Transfer (Infant below 1year Not Allowed) to your Hotel. Overnight at your Hotel


DAY 8

Opera House - Australia

Breakfast.

Morning Half Day SIC Sydney City Tour with views of Opera House & Harbour Bridge and visit to Manly Beach, etc (Complimentary & Non-Refundable) - Limited Hotel Pickup, No Hotel Drop, this Tour ends by 1145hrs near Darling Harbour or Circular Quay. Get down nearest to King Street Wharf, Darling Harbour Proceed to Sea Life Aquarium at Darling Harbour to exchange Combo 2 Pass voucher for admissions to Sea Life Aquarium + Sydney Tower Eye with 4D Experience (Transfers to Aquarium & Tower are Not Included).

Evening proceed on OWN to King Street Wharf # 5, Darling Harbour by 1850-1900hrs to join Sydney Show-Boat Cruise with Indian Vegetarian Dinner & Standard Seating - No Transfers (Does Not operates on TUESDAY & SUNDAY & 01OCT, 25, 26, 31DEC, 01JAN, 14FEB)

(Does Not operates on TUESDAY & SUNDAY - Upgrade to Priority Seating at a Supplement cost of AUD35 Per Person Extra / Jain Menu NOT catered)


DAY 9

Breakfast.

Choice of 1 Full Day SIC Tour - (Very Limited Hotels Pickup - only 9 Pickup points for all Tours between 7:00-7:50AM, depending upon hotel location)

Full Day SIC Blue Mountains Tour with Wildlife Park, Lunch & Scenic Rides - Dep 0800hrs daily / Returns by 1800hrs - Limited hotel pickup (Compulsory & Non-Refundable)

OR

Full Day SIC Hunter Valley Wineries Experience Tour with Lunch - Dep 0800hrs only on Tue, Fri & Sun / returns 1830hrs - Limited hotel pickup (Compulsory & Non-Refundable)

OR

Full Day SIC Canberra - Australia's Capital City Tour - Dep 0715hrs only on Mon & Fri & Sun / returns 1830hrs - VERY Limited hotel pickup (Compulsory & Non-Refundable)


DAY 10

Breakfast.

Check Out. SIC transfer to Sydney Airport (Valid for Domestic Flights after 7AM & International Flights after 8:30AM departure - Extra Private Transfers Surcharge will apply for Early morning Flight Departure / Infant below 1year Not Allowed).


Note: City tour depends upon the flight timings of the client, if failing to do on departure day then same will be done on day one.








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    Sightseeing


(Hotel is Strictly Subject to Availability at the Rates &
STANDARD Room Category Quoted)

Sr. No City Hotels
1 Melbourne The Victoria Melbourne 3* Heritage Room OR Similar*
2 Gold Coast Alpha Sovereign 3.5* Standard Twin Hotel Room OR Similar*
3 Sydney 3N Travelodge Sydney 3.5* Standard Guest Room OR Similar*


Note: Prices not valid during Block out Dates mentioned below AND Any Other NON Published Conferences/Special Events dates



MELBOURNE : 19 - 21OCT (CAULFIELD CUP) / 26 - 28OCT (COX PLATE) / 01 - 09NOV (SPRING RACING) / 31DEC - 02JAN (NEW YEAR) / 14 - 28JAN (AUST OPEN TENNIS) / 01 - 03MAR (AIR SHOW) / 14 - 18MAR (F1 GRAND PRIX)


GOLD COAST : 19 - 22OCT (GC 600) / 21DEC - 07JAN (XMAS & NEW YEAR) / 06JAN - 28JAN (SCHOOL HOLIDAYS) / 01 - 12FEB (CHINESE NEW YEAR)


SYDNEY : 20 - 28OCT (INVICTUS GAMES) / 30NOV - 02DEC (V8 SUPER CAR RACING) / 29DEC - 03JAN (NEW YEAR) / 04 - 12FEB (CHINESE NEW YEAR) / 23 - 28FEB (REED GIFT FAIR) / 22 - 24FEB & 02 - 05MAR (MARDI GRAS)


Check In time is between 1400-1500hrs & Check Out time is between 1000-1100hrs and varies from hotel to hotel / Confirmation is Subject to Availability at the Given Price




Exclusion


  • 1. International And Domestic Air Fare
  • 2. Australia Visa Fees
  • 3. Any Meals not mentioned in the Itinerary
  • 4. Any Optional Upgrades in Tours
  • 5. Tips and Gratuities
  • 6. Items of Personal Nature
  • 6. All Extras
  • Things to do in Australia

    Things to do in Australia

    • Hot Air Baloon ride
    • Sydney Bridge
    • Sydney Opera House
    • Great Ocean Road
    • 12 Apostel
    • Penguine parade
    Delicacies in Australia

    Delicacies in Australia

    • Lamingtons
    • Lamb leg roast
    • Salt and pepper calamari
    • Barbecued snags
    • Prawn cocktail
    Souvenir from Australia

    Souvenir from Australia

    • Opals
    • Ugg Boots
    • Dinosaur Designs
    • Akubra Hat
    • Grange Wine
    • Kangaroo Leather

    Australia is Iconic Cityscapes and Road trips

    Australia Scenic Beauty

    Australia is a wild and beautiful place, a land whose colour palette of red outback sands and Technicolor reefs frames sophisticated cities and soulful Indigenous stories.


    Australia City

    The City

    Australians live along the coast, and most of these folks live in cities – 89% of Australians, in fact. It follows that cities here are a lot of fun. Melbourne is all arts, alleyways and a stellar food scene. Brisbane is a subtropical town on the way up, Adelaide has festive grace and pubby poise. Boomtown Perth breathes West Coast optimism and Canberra showcases so many cultural treasures, while the tropical northern frontier town of Darwin, and the chilly southern sandstone city of Hobart, and couldn’t be more different.



    Australia Wildlife

    The Wildlife

    Australia is an extraordinarily beautiful place, as rich in rainforest (from Far North Queensland to far-south Tasmania) as it is in remote rocky outcrops like Uluru, Kakadu and the Kimberleys. Australia's 700-plus bird species, is enough to unearth your inner David Attenborough, even if you didn't until now know you had one.



    The Delights

    Seafood plays a starring role − from succulent Moreton Bay bugs to delicate King George whiting. Of course, beer in hand, you'll still find beef, lamb and chicken at Aussie barbecues. Australian wines are world-beaters: punchy Barossa Valley Shiraz, Hunter Valley semillon and cool-climate Tasmanian sauvignon blanc. Tasmania produces outstanding whisky too. You'll find cafes everywhere, coffee machines in petrol stations, and baristas in downtown coffee carts.



    What to see?


    Fraser Island – Listed as a World Heritage Site, Fraser Island, just off the coast of Queensland, is the largest sand island in the world. There’s plenty to see on the Island. Marvel at the Island’s distinctive coloured sand-cliffs or hike through rainforests to see the panoramic views. Popular swimming sites in the region include Lake Wabby, Lake McKenzie and various freshwater pools.


    Jenolan Caves – One the oldest cave systems in the world, the Jenolan Caves are located in the Jenovan Karst Conservation Reserve, about 175 kilometres from Sydney. These magnificent limestone caves are unmatched in their beauty and complexity, and are open to tourists every day.


    Uluru – At the heart of the Red Centre desert, Northern Territory, is Uluru, or Ayer’s Rock, a massive sandstone monolith, seemingly rising out of nowhere. Considered to be more than 700 million years old and sacred for the aboriginals in the area, Uluru is a sight you can’t miss. Between sunrise and sunset, the formation also appears to change colour from brown through red, orange and grey.


    The Twelve Apostles – Rising majestically from the Southern Ocean, these magnificent limestone stacks are situated off the shore of Victoria’s coastline, and is one of the top places to visit in Australia. They are situated around 275 km from Melbourne: the perfect opportunity for you to take a 4-hour drive along the scenic Great Ocean Road!


    What to do?

    Australia Snorkling

    Diving and Snorkeling on the Great Barrier Reef – A full-day tour via speedboat is the perfect way to make the most of your visit to the Great Barrier Reef. The Great Barrier Reef has some exceptional spots to witness the beauty of its rare aquatic species and marine life. Try scuba diving and snorkelling at one of these spots for a once-in-a-lifetime experience.


    Trek in Tasmania – Tasmania, the island state off Australia’s south coast, is the perfect place to explore the many wonders of the country on foot. From short walks through temperate rainforests to multi-day walking trails, Tasmania is a dream-come-true for every hiking enthusiast. Try bushwalking, which covers a wide range of walking experiences through forest reserves, national parks and long trails. You can choose from independent walks and guided tours as per your interests.


    Brisbane Whale Watching – There aren’t many places around the world that offer a whale-watching experience. So, when you’re in Australia head over to Brisbane to witness these magnificent beauties. You could spot them on the beach but try taking a cruise to get up, close and personal with them. Between July and November is the best time to visit, since many humpback whales migrate towards the coast of Queensland around this time.


    Meet Koalas and Kangaroos – Australia is home to the various koala and kangaroo parks, where you not only get to meet these animals, but also interact with them in their natural habitat. On personalized tours, you can feed and play with these animals to experience something unique to Australia. Some popular koala and kangaroo parks include Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, Featherdale Wildlife Park and Cohunu Koala Park.


    Best time to Visit

    June to August – In the Southern hemisphere, winter is in June, July and August. Aussie winter is the peak season in most cities in Australia. June, July and August are the busiest months, and it’s better to book tours and accommodations in advance.


    September to March – In the summer season, you can visit most cities apart from the Northern Territory. It’s cool enough to visit Uluru and warm enough to explore some beaches. By late October, temperatures start rising.