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16 Day Best Of Coastal Australia

16 Day Best Of Coastal Australia

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✓ Small group touring up to 12 travellers
✓ Return international airfares including checked baggage
✓ Incredible sightseeing including food tasting in the Hunter Valley, Koala’s in Port Macquarie, the surf town of Byron Bay, 4wd touring of Fraser Island, sailing in the Whitsunday’s and of course snorkeling the Great Barrier Reef
✓ 13 nights accommodation in a mix of hotel, motel and traditional Australian pub accommodation
✓ Breakfast daily, 3 lunches, 3 dinners
✓ Professional fully escorted guide throughout
✓ Dedicated small coach transportation
✓ In Depth sightseeing including all entry fees as per the itinerary

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