Let’s get started with your Australian adventure.
First stop: Sydney – 4 days
Sydney is a great place to begin your Australian holiday experience with many world-famous attractions to kick-start your adventure.
Marvel over the architecture of the Sydney Opera House, explore the convict heritage of the Rocks, climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge, swim at Bondi Beach or go up into the magical Blue Mountains by train.
Fly to Alice Springs: 2.5-hour flight from Sydney – 3 + days
Alice Springs is one of those amazing places that is filled with culture and its own outback charm. There is plenty to see and do in Alice. Hire a car for a few days, and check out a few of my favourites.
Visit the award-winning Alice Springs Desert Park and the Kangaroo Sanctuary to see some of our unique Australian animals. Check out the School of the Air where radio conducts outback classrooms or take a trip out into the MacDonnell Ranges to see Standley Chasm and Simpsons’ Gap.
Fly to Uluru: 1-hour flight from Alice Springs – 2 nights
Once known as Ayres Rock, Uluru has been at the centre of Aboriginal culture for thousands of years.
Watching Uluru change colours at sunrise or sunset is one of outback Australia’s greatest experiences. Enjoy the walks, the cultural experience and the magical sunsets at Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park.
Fly to Darwin: 2.5-hour flight – 4 + days
The Top End itinerary will take in Darwin and the world-famous Litchfield and Kakadu National Parks. Visit the Mindil Beach Markets and enjoy a tropical sunset. Visit the Royal Flying Doctors Service and learn about the bombing of Darwin, then take a tour out to Litchfield National Park.