13 Day Highlights Of Australia

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£2,599
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£3,645 PP
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13 Day Highlights Of Australia

✓ Incredible sightseeing including a tour of Melbourne's iconic sites and laneways,  Uluru-Kata Tjuta sunrise viewing tour, Sydney Rocks historic walking tour, Sydney Harbour Cruise, Great Barrier Reef full day excursion, plenty of free time for exploring and self discovery in Melbourne, Sydney and Cairns.
✓ All domestic flights with private airport transfers
✓ 12 nights in centrally located 3 and 4-star hotel accommodation
✓ Breakfast daily, 2 lunches
✓ Cruise on Sydney Harbour with an included BBQ lunch
✓ Full day Great Barrier Reef cruise with included buffet lunch
✓ Enjoy the flexibility of independent travel with all arrangements made for you
✓ In-depth sightseeing and entrance fees as per the itinerary

13 Day Highlights Of Australia

✓ Incredible sightseeing including a tour of Melbourne's iconic sites and laneways,  Uluru-Kata Tjuta sunrise viewing tour, Sydney Rocks historic walking tour, Sydney Harbour Cruise, Great Barrier Reef full day excursion, plenty of free time for exploring and self discovery in Melbourne, Sydney and Cairns.
✓ All domestic flights with private airport transfers
✓ 12 nights in centrally located 3 and 4-star hotel accommodation
✓ Breakfast daily, 2 lunches
✓ Cruise on Sydney Harbour with an included BBQ lunch
✓ Full day Great Barrier Reef cruise with included buffet lunch
✓ Enjoy the flexibility of independent travel with all arrangements made for you
✓ In-depth sightseeing and entrance fees as per the itinerary

From PP Twin Share

£2,599
SOLO
£3,645 PP
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