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Diving the Museum of Underwater Art (MOUA) is now possible with a selection of local operators awarded licenses to take divers and snorkelers to visit Jason deCaires Taylor’s latest underwater masterpiece.2-Day Yongala trips running on Friday 6 November and Friday 11 December ($815 pp twin...
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This Red Centre adventure is perfect as an introduction to the area and is flexible enough to cater from 2 - 10 guests.ItineraryDay 1 Depart Alice Springs accommodation and commence tour to Kings Canyon; Stop at Stuart’s Well Camel Farm (opportunity...
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This top end adventure is perfect as an introduction to the area and is flexible enough to cater from 2 - 10 guests.ItineraryDAY 1 Depart Darwin accommodation and commence tour to Kakadu National Park; Visit Fogg Dam; Visit Window on the Wetlands; Visit...
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More that just a Kadadu tour - see Arnhem Land and the Cobourg Peninsula highlights include: Wetland cruise, Maguk (Barramundi Gorge), Ubirr, Mamukala Wetlands, Nawalandja Lookout, Indigenous guided rock-art tour of Injalak Hill, Cobourg Marine Park, Victoria Settlement, Cobourg Coastal Camp and...
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West of Christmas Island in the tropical Indian Ocean, are the Cocos (Keeling) Islands, the most Western part of Australia. This chain of 27 islands form around the ring of an extinct volcano and offer the quintessential tropical holiday destination with gorgeous white sandy beaches, most of whic...
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Christmas Island is a world famous Australian outpost in the Indian Ocean surrounded by jagged cliffs, punctuated by coral beaches, feeding on to tropical reefs teeming with marine life. Most famous for its 90+ species of crabs, like the Christmas Island Red Crab and the Robber Crab, the bird lif...
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The south-west corner of Western Australia features extraordinary natural beauty and diversity. On this 6-day trip from Perth, you will discover all its highlights as well as some hidden gems, too. Walk among colossal ancient forests in the Valley of the Giants. Swim at the white, sandy beaches o...
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Spicers Hidden Vale Retreat is 1hr 15min from Brisbane and is the meeting point for your Spicers Scenic Rim Trail experience and the destination for your first night of the 5-day walk. ItineraryDay 1 - Spicers Hidden Vale - Grandchester. Spicers Hidden Vale...
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AU Scenic Rim Trail 2D/1N2Days &

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Introducing an unforgettable two-day guided hike that explores Queensland’s beautiful Scenic Rim region, located approximately 1.5 hours from Brisbane’s CBD. Explore the most breathtaking natural treasures by day, before indulging in beautiful accommodation each night. This truly unique adventure...
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ItineraryDay 1 - Darwin to Litchfield National Park and Mary River.Leaving Darwin, we head down the Stuart Highway towards Litchfield National Park. There we will see delightful freshwater waterfalls and swimming holes, as well as some impressively sized termite mounds....
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AU Uluru Adventure 3D/2N3Days &

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ItineraryDay 1 - Alice Springs to Uluru. Starting in Alice Springs, we commence our journey to Uluru with stops on route. Continue to the permanent campsiteat Yulara for lunch before embarking to explore the 36 domes of Kata Tjuta. Here, we get up close to this ancient...
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ItineraryDay 1 - Alice Springs, Kata Tjuta and Uluru. Starting in Alice Springs, we commence our journey to Uluru with stops on route. Continue to the permanent campsite at Yulara for lunch. After lunch we head off to explore the 36 domes of Kata Tjuta. Here, we get up...
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ItineraryDay 1 - Ayers Rock Resort to Kings Canyon. On our way to Watarrka National Park home to Kings Canyon, we’ll enjoy outback scenery, including vibrant red dunes. We also make a stop at Kings Creek Station. When we reach our secluded campsite near Kings Canyon, un...
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Journey to the heart of Australia and experience its wondrous highlights with this activity-packed two-day tour. The extended length of this trip gives you the opportunity to immerse yourself in the remote Australian outdoors. Take in stunning views of heritage-listed sites and witness ancient cu...
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Dinner overlooking the beach at Monkey Mia, 3 hour Dolphin Cruise, Explore World Heritage Shark Bay, Yamaji Art Gallery Experiencing Nature and Heritage with a Personal Touch.ItineraryDay 1 - Perth to Kalbarri. At the Pinnacles Desert to view spectacular sight of...
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Explore the Western Edge of WA along the Batavia Coast, Coral Coast and Ningaloo Reef. Acclaimed as Western Australia’s World Heritage Biosphere. Dolphins, Whale Sharks, Coral, Cruises, Heritage, Natural Environment.HighlightsPinnacles DesertTurquoise beaches an...
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This amazing walk, the only one of its kind in Tasmania, takes in the spectacular beaches, peninsulas and island trails found in national parks along the east coast. Share with us the wonders of Maria Island, Freycinet Peninsula, Schouten Island and the Tasman Peninsula.  This walk is suppor...
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Ready to walk the world’s edge? Journey along some of the world’s highest sea cliffs with The Three Capes Lodge Walk, the only fully guided Three Capes Track experience with accommodation inside the National Park.  The experience begins with salty wind in your hair – a boat cruise across to...
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Tasmania’s Overland Track is famous the world over and this signature trip is the way to experience it in classic style. Across six days, our most popular Overland experience completes the full journey from World Heritage-listed Cradle Mountain to Lake St Clair. The fully guided walk begins at Wa...
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If squeaky white-sand beaches and wild coastline appeal to you, the Bay of Fires is a spectacular reason to lace up.  We begin at Boulder Point in Mt William National Park where we journey four hours to semi-permanent tents in the dunes.  At our forester camp there is no roughing it, take...
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Our award-winning Bruny Island Walk takes you by private boat from the waterfront of Tasmania’s capital Hobart to Bruny Island. During your visit you will be treated to coastal walks, produce directly from the source, luxury camping and exquisite meals. What makes this walk so special is access t...
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