An Example Itinerary

Western Australia and Tasmania


25 Day Itinerary

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Discover Western Australia and Tasmania’s unique wildlife and enjoy thrilling experiences, from soaring helicopter rides, diving excursions and sunset cruises all amidst stunning landscapes.


  • Spot the famous quokka, the marsupials who appear to be smiling in photos
  • Swim with the gentle giants that are whale sharks
  • Stay at a beach safari camp and fall asleep to the sound of crashing waves
  • Taste some of Australia’s best wines on a helicopter tour
  • Go vintage shopping in Melbourne’s famous Fitzroy

Day 1 - 4: Perth, Australia

  • Cycle around Rottnest Island to discover their most famous inhabitants – the quokka
  • Visit the Fremantle prison, where convicts from Britain were transported to and held hostage

The most isolated city in the world is lined with stunning beaches, and combines urban coolness with the raw natural beauty of the Australian outback.

Begin your trip in Perth where you’ll spend three nights at Como The Treasury, an elegant and restful base centrally positioned in the city. Stroll through the scenic Kings Park and Botanical Gardens before indulging in post-flight wellness treatments at the highly acclaimed Como Shambhala Urban Escape. Visit the historic Fremantle prison on a walking tour and bike along Swan River before catching a spectacular sunset from Cottesloe Beach. Explore Rottnest Island on a day trip, home to the adorable quokka, it is a nature reserve brimming with beautiful beaches and crystal clear waters.

Day 4 - 8: Ningaloo Reef, Australia

  • Go humpback whale watching to spot one of the world’s most amazing creatures
  • Charter a boat and sail out to watch the sunset over Ningaloo Reef with a drink in hand

From here, ultimate bush luxury and pure relaxation awaits you at Sal Salis, an exclusive beach safari camp overlooking the remarkable UNESCO World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef. As Australia’s largest fringing coral reef, Ningaloo is home to whale sharks, dolphins, dugongs, and manta rays. Rise to birdsong and enjoy the spectacle of breaching whales over breakfast. Spend your days swimming alongside whale sharks or snorkeling among shoals of colourful fish and unspoilt coral, and the camp can also arrange for you to admire the reef’s extraordinary environment and marine life from a seaplane. Fall asleep under the stars whilst waves crash onto the shore, just metres from your tent.

Day 8 - 11: Margaret River, Australia

  • Hop between Margaret River’s plethora of wineries and craft breweries
  • Explore the limestone lake caves to see an incredible natural phenomenon

A small town with incredible white beaches on one side and lush green wine-growing countryside on the other.

Located at the heart of the Margaret River wine region, Cape Lodge is a charming boutique property set in tranquil grounds. Admire the pristine coastline as you walk a section of the famous Cape to Cape track, and catch a wave in one of the world’s top surfing destinations. Upgrade to a private helicopter tour to discover the best wineries in the region, where you’ll enjoy tasting some of Australia’s finest wines complemented by a gourmet lunch of local produce.

Day 11 - 14: Melbourne, Australia

  • Take in some Aboriginal art at the National Gallery of Victoria
  • Wander the open-air Queen Victoria Market for fresh produce and one-of-a-kind accessories

A waterfront city known for its cool, artistic scene and booming coffee culture, Melbourne is consistently voted the world’s most liveable city.

Fly to Melbourne and stay three nights at the opulent Crown Towers Hotel, centrally located on the banks of the Yarra River. Spend your days discovering Melbourne’s abundance of cultural, scenic and culinary delights. Weave your way around the graffiti lanes and live like a local whilst eating brunch at a quirky café. Known as a shopper’s paradise, head to Collins Street for designers and Fitzroy for more eclectic and vintage boutiques. For those wanting a break from the bustling city, enjoy a trip to The Great Ocean Road for a glimpse of the iconic 12 Apostles jutting out from the ocean.

Day 14 - 17: Cradle Mountain, Tasmania

  • Canoe through Dove Lake to see Cradle Mountain from a completely different angle
  • Feed Tasmanian devils at a dedicated wildlife sanctuary

The best destination for a true Australian wilderness experience, Cradle Mountain offers lake views and rugged Jurassic peaks.

Continue to Tasmania where you’ll spend three nights at Cradle Mountain lodge. Perched on the edge of the World Heritage listed National Park, Cradle Mountain Lodge is widely considered one of Australia’s iconic wilderness experiences, showcasing the best Cradle Mountain has to offer with warm hospitality, sensational local food and wine, and indulgent spa treatments overlooking breathtaking scenery. Visit a wildlife sanctuary dedicated to the preservation and research of the Tasmanian Devil or glide over Dove Lake on a guided canoe trip. Learn the delicate art of fly fishing or spot wildlife as you trek through the spectacular wilderness surroundings.

Day 17 - 20: Freycinet, Tasmania

  • Visit a local apiary to learn about the rise of Tasmanian honey
  • Don a pair of waders and visit a local working oyster farm before eating your finds

Much like the rest of Tasmania, Freycinet is made up of dramatic pink granite peaks, private bays, pristine beaches and indigenous birdlife.

perfect springboard to explore the magnificent surroundings of the Freycinet National Park and heavenly Wineglass Bay. Rise early to make the most of the countless unusual activities on offer; from wading out to a Pacific oyster farm and tasting the delicacy yourself, to kayaking amongst pelicans and private boat trips to the wondrous white sand beach of Wineglass Bay. Spend your afternoon relaxing in the luxury day spa, followed by an unforgettable culinary experience at the widely acclaimed Palate Restaurant.

Day 20 - 22: Hobart, Tasmania

  • Spend a Saturday at Salamanca Market shopping for locally-made produce
  • See some art at the MONA gallery, voted the world’s best art museum

An island city that manages to blend fashion and art with historical colonial-era architecture, Hobart is a fascinating place.

Head south to Hobart for a two night stay at Islington Hotel, beautifully decorated with fine art and tastefully furnished with antiques, its warming interior offers a home away from home. Saturdays are best spent strolling through Salamanca Market where you’ll navigate your way around the awe-inspiring exhibitions at world renowned MONA (Museum of Old and New Art). Enjoy a full day tour to Bruny Island for the ultimate foodie adventure where every delicious course on the menu is a stop along your journey.

Day 22 - 25: Sydney, Australia

  • Go on an exclusive backstage tour of the Sydney Opera Show to meet the performers before seeing a show
  • Eat an incredible brunch in the city with a different place for every day of the year

A city that wows both visually and experientially, Sydney is not to be missed on any trip to Australia.

End your adventure in Sydney where you’ll spend your final mornings waking up to views of the iconic Sydney Opera House from the luxurious Park Hyatt. Located next to the charming cobbled laneways of Sydney’s oldest quarter, this is an ideal base to explore everything the vibrant city has to offer. Wander around the sprawling Royal Botanic Gardens, catch a ferry to Manly beach for a surfing lesson, and head to Bondi for the beautiful coastal walk to Bronte or Coogee. We can arrange for a seaplane to take you to Hawkesbury River for a spoiling lunch at Cottage Point Inn.

What is typically included

  • 24 nights Full Board
  • All guiding
  • International Economy class flights
  • All domestic flights

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