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The World Heritage listed Blue Mountains are so called for their blue haze horizon which is caused by the mixing of sunlight with drops of oil released by the eucalyptus trees. Nature lovers and adventure seekers will appreciate the picturesque valleys, walking tracks, quaint mountain villages, plethora of outdoor activities and the rich Aboriginal history and culture of the region.
Known worldwide as the gateway city of Australia, Sydney is our most populous city and has one of the world’s largest natural harbours. Exceptionally vibrant and enjoying a sunny temperate climate, Sydney has a full calendar of exciting events and festivals all year round to keep you engaged and entertained. Our gorgeous beaches are idyllic and a cruise on the harbour is a must.
Explore the world’s oldest and Australia’s most breath-taking cave systems with its incredible formations and pure underground rivers. CSIRO scientists estimate that the limestone here dates back to at least 340 million years! Located in the wilderness of the Blue Mountains near the town of Oberon, you can take a guided tour to suit your fitness level from reasonably easy to challenging.
Passionate food and wine enthusiasts will delight in a day trip to Australia’s most visited wine region, Hunter Valley. Some of the nation’s oldest wine families call this valley home where traditional methods and techniques of wine making are used. Those with a more modern palate are catered for by numerous young innovative growers offering up original blends.
North of Sydney along the coast is the magnificent holiday destination of Port Stephens. Regarded as the dolphin capital of Australia, there’s a 99% chance of spotting a few of the 70 bottlenose dolphins who call Port Stephens home on a dolphin watch cruise. If you’re lucky enough to be in the region from late May to early November, you may also witness migrating humpback whales showing off their acrobatics.
Australia’s capital city, Canberra, was purpose-built to cater for the nation’s political seat. Its location was chosen as a compromise between rival cities Sydney and Melbourne. Canberra is also the location for numerous social and cultural organisations which hold national significance such as National Gallery, Australian War Memorial and Australian National University. The modern architecture is striking and the layout most impressive.
Gateway to Australia and home to the famed Sydney Harbour Bridge, Opera House and dramatic Sydney harbour. Join us on one of our premium Sydney day tours to see the historic sights of Sydney including the historic Rocks area and stunning Bondi Beach. Venture further afield to enjoy the Blue Mountains, wineries of the Hunter Valley, Port Stephens and Australia's capital city Canberra. Book your Sydney tours here!