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Australia For Families

Sydney, Blue Mountains, Queensland Outback, Daintree Rainforest, Great Barrier Reef

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  • Swim from your private beach into the turquoise waters of the Great Barrier Reef
  • Eat in a rainforest treehouse restaurant high up in the canopy
  • See Australia’s famous crocodiles up close on a boat trip
  • Feast on a picnic in the outback in the shadow of Mount Mulligan
  • Stargaze by the campfire amongst the Blue Mountains

What’s Included

  • 13 nights Full Board 
  • 3 nights Bed & Breakfast at Park Hyatt Sydney 
  • Private guiding throughout 
  • Seaplane transfers to Lizard Island 
  • International Economy class flights
  • All domestic transfers

Day 1-4

SYDNEY, Australia

  • Visit one of the most iconic buildings in the world, the Sydney Opera House
  • See the endangered Sumatran tiger cubs at Taronga Zoo

The regional capital for good reason – with world-famous architecture, buzzing waterside life, and delicious food, Sydney is a must on any Austrlian itinerary.

Begin your trip in Sydney where you’ll spend three nights at the luxurious Park Hyatt, rising each morning to spectacular views of the Sydney Opera House. Positioned next to the charming cobbled streets of Sydney’s oldest quarter, this is the perfect base to explore the treasures of this vibrant city. Enjoy surfing lessons at Manly beach before heading to Bondi for a coastal walk to Bronte or Coogee. We can arrange for a seaplane to take you to a spoiling lunch at Cottage Point Inn on the Hawkesbury River, or for you to climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge for panoramic views of Sydney.

Day 4-7


  • Horse ride through the valleys with a gourmet picnic
  • Walk the beautiful landscape of Wolgan Valley and discover the bush

A rugged country escape from Sydney, the Blue Mountains are known for their dramatic scenery and opportunities for bushwalking.

Travel inland to the Blue Mountains where you’ll spend three nights at One&Only Wolgan Valley. Nestled in outstanding scenery, a plethora of activities will keep you and your family entertained. Venture on a guided nature walk to discover the native flora and fauna, including kangaroos and beautiful birdlife. Stop for a picnic to take in surroundings of cascading waterfalls, rock pagodas and winding rivers. Back at base, the mountains provide the ultimate backdrop for relaxation as you indulge in a spa treatment. Unwind by a campfire under the stars before another day begins.

Day 7-10


  • Cross your fingers for gold on a tour of the outback’s goldfields
  • Quad bike into the outback to see the red sunrise over Hodgkinson Valley

From river-filled wetlands to fiery desert sand dunes, Queensland’s outback provides endless secluded landscapes in which to lose yourself.

Venture into the outback for a three-night stay at Mount Mulligan Lodge, situated on an entirely private 28,000-hectare heritage site it is the perfect luxury base to experience the ultimate outback adventure. Discover the history of the region on a guided tour of the goldfields, the historic Mount Mulligan coal mine and abandoned township. Spot wildlife and bird-watch in the captivating landscape and enjoy barramundi fishing in the weir. After a busy day exploring the rugged territory, relax by the pool or sip sundowners at the rustic Sunset Bar overlooking the escarpment.

Day 10-12


  • Safari through the Cape Tribulation rainforests to croc-spot
  • Drift-snorkel down the Mossman River for a once-in-a-lifetime experience

A tropical paradise, and part of the oldest surviving rainforests in the world, staying in the Daintree allows for complete relaxation.

Fly to Far North Queensland where you’ll spend two nights at Silky Oaks Lodge, enveloped by the lush Daintree Rainforest and positioned above crystal-clear waters of the Mossman River. Connect with the region’s magnificent natural wonders on a self-guided walk through the rainforest or hop on a boat to get up close to cassowaries and crocodiles. Relax in style in your own private lounge after a day out exploring the World Heritage listed Daintree National Park. By night, experience vibrant, tropical flavours at the sensational Treehouse Restaurant as you immerse yourself in the sounds of the rainforest and river.

Day 12-17


  • Hike to the top of Cook’s Look for endless turquoise views
  • Go for a dive around Cod Hole to see the giant potato cod

The ultimate destination on any snorkeller or diver’s list, staying on Lizard Island is the place to go for ultimate seclusion.

Fly to Lizard Island by seaplane and take in the true majesty and scale of the Great Barrier Reef. Lizard Island is the northernmost resort on the reef; truly secluded from the rest of the world. Once there, explore one of the greatest natural wonders of the world by swimming out from one of the 24 private beaches on the island to snorkel among the vibrant coral and plethora of tropical fish. Those wanting to go further afield can explore the surroundings by paddle boarding, kayaking or upgrading to a privately chartered yacht for a serene luxury experience.

Jade & Andy

Our daughter is at university in Melbourne for a year so we wanted to visit her. We haven’t really thought about visiting Australia before but we’re so glad we had a reason to travel all that way. Three weeks seems like such a long time away, but we packed it full of so many amazing experiences that it went by before we knew it. Now we’re hooked and planning our next trip as want to visit the Outback with her while she’s still Down Under!

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