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✓ Incredible touring including exploration in the Hunter Valley, picturesque views aboard The Aurora Australis train, entry into the Werris Creek Railway Journeys Museum, visit a third generation orchard at Hillside Harvest, and guided touring through the Blue Mountains National Park
✓ 4 nights aboard The Aurora Australis train
✓ 2 nights at the unique, heritage-listed Carrington Hotel in Katoomba
✓ Breakfast daily, 5 lunches including a 2-course lunch at the famous Hydro Majestic, 5 dinners
✓ Lead by professional, English-speaking guides
✓ In-depth sightseeing and entrance fees as per the itinerary
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