Summary of the stay

  • 28 days
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  • Culture / Heritage
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  • Discovery
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From Sydney to Darwin, all the faces of the southern, both modern and wild, from the

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Itinerary of the stay
  • Sydney
  • Broken Hill
  • Port Macquarie
  • Byron Bay
  • Surfers Paradise
  • Hervey Bay
  • Fraser Island
  • Mackay
  • Airlie Beach
  • Tully
  • Cairns
  • Mitchell
  • Darwin
  • Kakadu National Park
  • Litchfield National Park
  • Pine Creek
  • Katherine
  • Mataranka
  • Tennant Creek
  • Alice Springs
  • Kings Canyon
  • Ayers Rock - Uluru
  • Les Olgas
  • Port Augusta
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Detail of the stay : The essential of the East Coast and Northern Australia - 28 days

Day 1: Discovery of Sydney

First day dedicated to Sydney, visit, walk in the different neighborhoods.

Day 2: Departure on the roads

Cross the famous Harbour Bridge and take the road to the north. To Byron Bay, you will cross Kempsey, Port Macquarie and Grafton.

Day 3: Relaxation in Bryon Bay

Arrival in Byron Bay, very famous for its beaches and its very relaxed culture. It is an ideal place to relax.

Day 4: Arrival in Queensland

You enter Queensland. You can observe Natural Arch, a spectacular waterfall that flows through an arch-shaped rock formation.

Day 5: Beaches as far as the eye can see, surfers'paradise

Head to the Gold Coast where you will discover 40 km of beaches and seaside resorts, such as Surfers Paradise, before joining Hervey Bay.

Day 6: Excursion to Fraser Island

You will take the boat to reach Fraser Island. Rent a 4X4 before your arrival on Fraser Island and discover this beautiful island, vast sandbank. You can enjoy its beauty, its beaches remains intact and discover freshwater lakes where you can swim.

Day 7: Relaxation at Fraser Island

Enjoy the beauty of the island, its beaches remains intact and discover its freshwater lakes where you can swim.

Day 8: On the way to Airlie Beach

Take the road to Mackay, where the largest sugar industry in Queensland is located, and then to Airlie Beach, the starting point to the Whitsundays. Book a cruise for one of the many islands.

Day 9: Visit of Airlie Beach

Day in Airlie Beach to prepare its cruise to one of the many islands.

Day 10: Paradise Islands of Whitsundays

Discover the Whitsundays, archipelago of 74 islands between the coast and the Great Barrier. Go scuba diving or explore the rainforest. Departure for Cairns.

Day 11: Observation of the seabed

Day diving in blue waters.

Day 12: Treck in the forest

Explore the rainforest. Departure for Cairns.

Day 13: Activities around Cairns

A day of rest and relaxation in Cairns. Enjoy a day of rafting on the Tully River or explore the tropical forest.

Day 14: Underwater paradise

Cruise to get to the Great Barrier Reef. Diving with masks and snorkel or with bottles.

Day 15: Departure for Alice Springs

Flight Cairns-Alice Springs. You will notice the intense contrast between the two destinations. Take a day to explore this unique city.

Day 16: Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

Head south towards the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and admire the sunset on Australia's most famous monolith: Uluru (Ayers Rock).

Day 17: Hiking between red rocks

Get up early to admire the sunrise on the rock. Walk a few hours around Uluru to admire a little closer the beauty of the monolith. Or fly over it by helicopter and go to Kata Tjuta (Les Olgas) and its Valley of the Winds.

Day 18: The stunning Kings Canyon

Head to Kings Canyon, a marvel of the Outback. A walk of a few hours on the heights of the canyon will make you enjoy an extraordinary view. Observation of the rather special rock formations of Kings Canyon and discovery of the Garden of Eden.

Day 19: Around Alice Springs

At Alice Springs, visit Anzac Hill from where you will have a breathtaking view of the city and the surrounding mountains. A visit to the Royal Flying Doctors and the School of the Air.

Day 20: We take the high road.

Hot air balloon tour and excursion to Mac Barbizon Ranges to see the Simpson Gap and the impressive Standley chasm.

Day 21: Gold road

Head north on the Stuart Highway. Discover the famous Devils Marble, then Tennant Creek, a prosperous city thanks to its gold and copper deposit.

Day 22: Crossing of desert landscapes

On the way to Katherine through Larrimah and Mataranka, oasis for tired travellers. Swim in the clear and thermal waters on the banks of the Waterhouse and Roper rivers before arriving at Katherine.

Day 23: Nitmiluk National Park

Visit of the Nitmiluk National Park where you will discover the Katherine Gorges and then Edith Falls before returning to the Stuart Higwhay, through Pine Creek. Stop at Batchelor.

Day 24: Litchfield National Park

Visit of the Litchfield National Park, with the Tabletop Ranges plateau, rich in waterfalls, a real paradise. Take the Arnhem Highway. Before you get to Mary River to spend the night, visit Window of the Wetland to view the wetlands.

Day 25: Kakadu National Park

Visit of the Kakadu National Park, registered as a World heritage site. The park includes several major rock art sites.

Day 26: Safari Day

Observation of many animal species.

Day 27: Getaway to the waterfalls

Day-trip in 4X4 for visiting the Jim Jim Falls and Twin Falls.

Day 28: Darwin tour

Back to Darwin to visit the city and spend the afternoon at Mitchell Street, Cullen Bay or Wharf.

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