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Australia’s Wilds, West & Wine Tour

Explore the Tropical Top End, Western Australia’s Stunning Landscapes and Savor Award-Winning Wineries for an Unforgettable Journey!

Booking Code: AA-31078

Get off the beaten path with this incredibly fun Australia’s Wilds, West and Wine Tour. Designed for travelers who love to discover hidden gems, this two week itinerary takes you to Australia’s tropical Outback, famous wine regions, and iconic wildlife destinations.

Explore Kakadu’s stunning landscapes, sip wine in Margaret River, and indulge in delicious food in Adelaide. Barossa Valley’s vineyards, Brisbane’s laid-back vibes, and Perth’s beautiful beaches await. Your Australian adventure is calling – are you ready to embrace it and make memories that last a lifetime?

Australia’s Wilds, West & Wine Tour

Australia's Wilds, West & Wine Tour<br />
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Day 1: International Flight to Melbourne
Days 2 – 6: Darwin
Days 6 – 10: Perth
Days 10 – 12: Adelaide
Days 12 – 16: Brisbane
Day 16: International Flight from Brisbane

Australia's Wilds, West & Wine Tour Map
Western Australia and Southern Wine Journey

What’s included in your
Western Australia and Southern Wine Journey

Accommodation

Darwin (4 Nights), Perth (4), Adelaide (2), Brisbane (4)

Flights

International – Los Angeles to Darwin via Melbourne, Brisbane to Los Angeles
Australian Domestic – Darwin to Perth, Perth to Adelaide, Adelaide to Brisbane

Transfers

Private – Darwin Airport to Accommodation (Return), Perth Airport to Accommodation (Return), Adelaide Airport to Accommodation (Return), Brisbane Airport to Accommodation (Return)

Day Tours

Darwin – Kakadu National Park Explorer Tour
Perth – Margaret River Adventure
Adelaide – Barossa Premium Valley Wine Tour
Brisbane – O’Reilly’s and Lamington National Park, Australia Zoo Tour

All Taxes and
Fuel Levies

(Except where noted)

Itinerary is
flexible

And can be tailored to suit your needs

VISA ISSUANCE
REQUIRED (NOT
INCLUDED)

your itinerary details

DAY 1

International Flight, Los Angeles to Melbourne

The estimated cost for this package includes the average price of international airfare from Los Angeles to Melbourne. Request a quote for your preferred routing and travel dates. Your flight will cross the international date line overnight, putting you 1 day ahead in Australia. So according to a calendar it will take you 2 days to get to Australia, but really, it’s just an overnight flight!

Shortly after takeoff, enjoy a delightful dinner followed by breakfast before you touch down in Melbourne. Sit back, relax, catch a few movies, and try to get some rest!

DAYS 2 – 6

Darwin – Discover Australia’s Wonders

Darwin

Photo Credit: Tourism Northern Territory

Once you arrive in Australia, hop on a flight from Melbourne to Darwin, the capital city of Northern Territory. Upon arrival, a private car will whisk you away to your accommodation.

You’ll be staying at a fabulous 4-star hotel in Darwin for four nights. Nestled in the vibrant seafront promenade, your hotel offers stunning views and easy access to top-notch dining, pubs, and shopping.

Discover the best of Darwin at your leisure. Top attractions include the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, where you can explore stunning Aboriginal art and the Cyclone Tracy exhibition while enjoying a coffee at the oceanfront café.

At Cullen Bay Marina, delight in harborside dining, beach strolls, and breathtaking sunsets. Take a Historic City Walk to see 17 historic sites and buildings, including the British Australian Telegraph house, Wharf Precinct, and Parliament House.

Dive into local flavors at The Precinct Tavern, Wharf One, the Oyster Bar, and Hot Tamale. Enjoy the scenic Darwin Waterfront Lagoon, explore Bicentennial Park, and stroll to Stokes Hill Wharf.

Next, embark on an exhilarating full-day excursion to Kakadu National Park, an expansive and awe-inspiring World Heritage-listed reserve in Australia. You’ll delve into the park’s diverse terrain, teeming wildlife, and captivating ancient Aboriginal rock art on an expertly guided tour.

Highlights of this adventure include an unforgettable cruise along the breathtaking Yellow Water Billabong. As you navigate the calm waters, keep your eyes peeled for crocodiles and the myriad of other fascinating creatures that inhabit the area.

The thrill continues as you visit the famous Nourlangie Rock, a sacred site that is home to some of the most intricate and mesmerizing Aboriginal rock art. Each vibrant stroke and delicate detail tells a story, capturing the essence of the Dreamtime and providing a glimpse into the rich cultural heritage of the Aboriginal people.

With its diverse landscapes, abundant wildlife, and captivating rock art, this World Heritage-listed park is a must-visit destination for any nature enthusiast or cultural explorer. After your tour, you’ll be transported back to your hotel for a relaxing end to your Kakadu adventure.

Darwin

Photo Credit: Tourism Northern Territory

Darwin markets

Photo Credit: Tourism Northern Territory

Darwin markets

Image by: Alberto Otero García

Perth Quay Bridge

Photo Credit: Tourism Western Australia

Perth Australia City View

Photo Credit: Tourism Australia

DAYS 6 – 10

Perth – Western Australia Beaches & Wine

Perth Quay Bridge

Photo Credit: Tourism Western Australia

Enjoy a private car transfer from your Darwin accommodation to the airport.

Then fly from Darwin to Perth, where a private car will again transport you to your Perth accommodation with similar upgrade options available.

Settle into a stylish 4-star hotel in Perth’s vibrant Subiaco neighborhood for four nights.

Next, embark on a day tour to Wave Rock. Take a scenic journey through the breathtaking Darling Ranges, allowing you to truly appreciate the beauty of the surrounding landscape. You’ll visit the charming and historic town of York, where you can immerse yourself in its rich heritage and perhaps even discover some hidden gems.

Prepare to be amazed as you set foot on Wave Rock. This magnificent natural wonder will fill you with a sense of wonder and awe. Its impressive size and unique wave-like formation will leave you speechless. Don’t forget to capture some incredible photos to treasure and share with your loved ones. Next on the itinerary is Hippo’s Yawn, another extraordinary rock formation that will captivate your imagination.

As you continue your journey, explore the ancient Gnamma Holes. These water-filled rock holes have significant cultural and historical importance to the indigenous peoples of the region. You’ll also have the choice of visiting either a wildlife park or an antique lace collection.

Then, enjoy a free day to explore Perth at your own pace. Dive into the local culture with visits to King Street for shopping, riverside and beachfront cafes, Kings Park botanical gardens, or a ferry trip to South Perth for stunning skyline views.

On your last day in Perth, you will embark on a thrilling full-day excursion to the magnificent Margaret River region. This unforgettable adventure will take you to the iconic Busselton Jetty, where you can soak in the mesmerizing coastal scenery. Indulge your taste buds with exquisite wines at a local, renowned winery and immerse yourself in the striking beauty of Mammoth Cave. Prepare to be enraptured by the breathtaking Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, an architectural marvel that will leave you in awe of its grandeur.

As the day progresses, satisfy your appetite with a delectable brewery lunch, a perfect moment to relax and reflect on your mesmerizing experiences. Afterwards, you will be granted ample free time to explore the charming town of Margaret River, where you can explore its quaint boutiques, sample local delicacies, or simply unwind amidst its serene atmosphere.

Your journey is filled with comfortable transfers, delightful accommodations, and exciting tours, ensuring an unforgettable experience in Western Australia!

DAYS 10 – 12

Adelaide – South Australia Food & Wine Delights

Magill

Enjoy a seamless journey with a private car transfer from your Perth accommodation to the airport.

Fly from Perth to Adelaide and upon arrival, relax as a private car transfer takes you to your accommodation.

Settle in for two nights at a charming 4-star hotel in Adelaide’s vibrant CBD, overlooking Victoria Square. This beautifully restored heritage building combines historic charm with modern comforts. The hotel is just minutes away from Central Market, Rundle Mall, and cultural attractions like the Art Gallery, Festival Theatre, and Rhino Room.

Then on your second day in Adelaide, indulge in a full-day Barossa Premium Valley Wine Tour and let a knowledgeable local guide introduce you to the region’s exquisite boutique wineries. Immerse yourself in the world of wine as you indulge in tastings at four carefully selected wineries. Relish a gourmet lunch, specially curated by a talented chef, at Harvest Kitchen, where you’ll enjoy breathtaking views of the vineyards. This intimate small group tour ensures a personalized and unforgettable experience, including convenient return transfers.

Your journey combines comfortable transfers, luxurious accommodations, and delightful tours, promising an unforgettable stay in Adelaide!

Magill
Adelaide
Steve Irwin's Australia Zoo | Australia Wildlife Tours

Photo Credit: Tourism and Events Queensland

Brisbane Story Bridge

Photo Credit: Tourism & Events Queensland

DAYS 12 – 16

Brisbane – The Perfect End to an Unforgettable Vacation

Steve Irwin's Australia Zoo | Australia Wildlife Tours

Photo Credit: Tourism and Events Queensland

Enjoy a smooth journey with a private car transfer from your Adelaide accommodation to the airport.

Fly from Adelaide to Brisbane and upon arrival, a private car transfer will take you to your accommodation.

Settle in for four nights at a stylish 4-star Brisbane apartment hotel in the heart of the CBD. Enjoy views of Anzac Square, modern amenities, and easy access to top attractions like the Botanic Gardens, South Bank, and Queen Street Mall.

On your second day in Brisbane, experience a full-day tour to O’Reilly’s and Lamington National Park. This incredible adventure will treat you to breathtaking panoramic views from the majestic Tamborine Mountain and an exhilarating treetop canopy walk that will leave you in awe. You’ll also have time to explore the vibrant local shopping scene and visit the delightful wineries and unique attractions that make this charming mountain village even more appealing.

Then, your next day in Brisbane will take you to the world famous Australia Zoo. Learn all about a wide variety of animals, from their behaviors to the importance of their habitats and ongoing conservation efforts. Be amazed by the incredible wildlife shows, where skilled trainers showcase impressive tricks. Join a personalized small-group tour led by a knowledgeable guide who will help you delve deeper into the world of animal species and uncover hidden gems. The Australia Zoo plays a crucial role in conservation through their rehabilitation programs and efforts to protect endangered species. Not only will you have a memorable day surrounded by incredible animals, but your visit will also contribute to wildlife conservation.

Take a free day to explore Brisbane at your own pace. Discover the vibrant South Bank, riverside dining, art galleries, and scenic views from Mt Coot-tha’s Lookout. Enjoy the city’s many attractions and activities, all within walking distance from your hotel.

DAY 16

International Flight from Brisbane

Your trip wraps up with a private luxury sedan transfer from your Brisbane accommodation to the airport. Fly from Brisbane to Los Angeles, crossing the International Date Line and arriving in the USA on the same day you leave Australia.

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