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Buderim

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Signature Collection

Outback Queensland

Australia is known for its stunning coastal areas, crystal clear waters and the dramatic vastness of the outback.  There is so much more to explore whether it be by road, train or air. Snow capped mountains, modern and vibrant cities, tropical rainforests and scenic hinterland are all part of the Australian journey.  

Download or view the below PDFs

These documents will give you a small peak on what this incredible country has to offer. 

Every day is an adventure, and no two days are ever alike. Scott Borchetta

AUSTRALIA

Explore Outback Longreach & Winton

8 Day/ 7 Nights

from $2,869 per person /twin share

On Sale Until 31 Mar 2020

Valid For Travel 8 Apr 2020 - 26 Oct 2020

SPIRIT OF THE OUTBACK

BRISBANE – LONGREACH – WINTON

LONGREACH – BRISBANE

INCLUDES

• Return train travel on the Spirit of the Outback from Brisbane to Longreach – First Class Sleeper
• 5 NIGHTS accommodation in Longreach ★★★
• Nogo Station Experience
• Qantas Founders Museum entry with 707 and 747 Jets Tour
• Cobb & Co Stagecoach Gallop
• Harry Redford Old Time Tent Show
• Thomson River Sunset Cruise Experience with Stockman's dinner
• Starlight Spectacular Sound and Light Show
• Admission to Waltzing Matilda Centre
• Australian Age of Dinosaurs and guided tour
• FULL DAY Winton Tour
• Australian Stockman's Hall of Fame
• All coach transfers (excluding arrival and departure transfers)
• 7 breakfasts, 4 lunches and 5 dinners

The Whitsundays

3 Nights

from $875 per person/ twin share

On Sale Until 25 Mar 2020

Valid For Travel 12 Jan 2020 - 28 Mar 2020

This three night Great Value package covers the essential must do experiences in the Whitsundays. See the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef on a full day cruise to the outer reef. Take a full day cruise to Whitehaven Beach and Hamilton Island. Find out why Whitehaven is one of the most photographed beaches in Australia.

INCLUDES

  • 3 NIGHTS in a Designer King Room Village View

  • Daily Breakfast for Two at The Deck Restaurant

  • Hamilton Island & Whitehaven Beach Full Day Tour with Cruise Whitsundays

  • Great Barrier Reef Full Day Tour with Cruise Whitsundays

  • Designer L’Occitane Gift Box on Departure

  • Early Check In from 12pm

  • Late Check Out until 12pm

The Great Ghan Adventure

8 Days

from $5,049 per person /twin share

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Darwin Katherine Alice Springs Coober Pedy Adelaide

• This epic four-day, three-night train journey onboard The Ghan in Gold Service travels from Darwin, through Katherine, Alice Springs, Coober Pedy, and finally on to Adelaide. At each stop (Katherine, Alice Springs, and Coober Pedy), travellers can choose from a wide-range of included and upgradable off-train excursions to make their adventure uniquely their own. Enjoy The Ghan’s luxurious amenities onboard while watching the landscapes of the outback pass from the windows. Each day offers travellers something new and exciting.

  • PACKAGE ALSO INCLUDES:

  • Rail travel as per itinerary

  • 2 nights hotel accommodation with breakfast in Darwin

  • 2 nights hotel accommodation with breakfast in Adelaide

  • 3 nights onboard The Ghan in Gold Service

  • Hop-on-Hop-off pass in Darwin

  • Optional excursions in Katherine including

    • Cruise to Katherine Gorge in Nitmiluk National Park

    • Alice Springs and outback tour with BBQ dinner

    • Tour of Coober Pedy and Adelaide

Why Not...

Extend your trip or try this package in reverse.

Do you like walking and want to use nature as a much needed form of stress management/therapy during these tough times? Have you heard of South Australia’s newest walking trail on the Yorke Peninsula? 

Walk the Yorke is a 500km trail (the “leg” bit on the map of SA) and you explore 60km of this coastal wonderland on foot over 6 days  from April 9th to 14th 2020.

 

A reasonable fitness is needed (walk up to 16km a day – mostly flat, sandy terrain) and just allow the team to look after the rest so that you have a BREAK!! Immerse yourselves into local indigenous culture on the way and include some delicious opportunities to sample local seafood, winery and gin distillery.


This trip welcomes men and women and includes 2 leaders, twin and triple share beachside accommodation, lux bus transport and all meals.

Yorke Peninsula

6 days

April 9th to 14th 2020

From $2348.00 per person twin share; single rooms are available for a small surcharge of $150pp.

 

The online brochures below are full of information and wonderful journeys which take you all over Australia.

Contact one of our team to discuss your next Australian journey.

Outback

PDF Brochure

Queensland Rail

2020 PDF Brochure

Signature Australia

2020 PDF Brochure

Australian Bushfires

The fires raging through Australia have been catastrophic and our thoughts are with all the communities - human, animal and other - that have been so terribly affected!

Tourism Australia is working with Federal, State and Territory governments to develop and implement a government strategic response to the fires. They will continue to update via a resource that shows which popular international tourism areas have been affected by bushfires, to ensure that industry and travellers have the most accurate and up to date information. Please follow this link to their most recent updates.

Affected communities are already beginning to think about rebuilding and we are so grateful for the overwhelming support that’s pouring in from around the world to help them do so. Whilst the emergency response to the bushfires and the safety of communities and visitors in affected areas continues to be the number one priority, we know that the majority of our most popular destinations have not been affected by the fires and they need our support to get people on planes now and booking ahead for next year.

But in the meantime, for more immediate assistance and if you would like to help with the bushfire response and recovery, please see suggested organisations below where you can donate: