Explore the stunning east coast of Australia, taking in the iconic sights of Byron Bay, Fraser Island and the Great Barrier Reef as you travel from Sydney to tropical Cairns.
Take a Public Transport, Campervan, by Car or Hired Car
There are various options of travel like Campervan, Hired car, Bus or Public transport.
Hunter Valley & New Castle
Leave behind Sydney’s hustle and bustle for the chilled Hunter Valley. Have a look at koalas and kangaroos as we head for a gourmet lunch with cheese, wine, and chocolate. Continue to Newcastle‘s beachside town, a friendly pub and hopefully a live local music evening.
Today’s all about water. We hit the picturesque Lakes Way for a coastal walk and lookout climb after an amazing local breakfast. Then we’re off for a sunset cruise to Port Macquarie in time. Keep an eagle eye on local dolphin pods.
Dorrigo National Park
Dorrigo National Park is an Australian paradise slice found on Australia’s mid-north coast outside Coffs Harbor. Not to mention the abundance of impressive waterfalls with visitors travelling to enjoy for hours. Not to mention the abundance of impressive waterfalls with visitors travelling to enjoy for hours.
We’re headed to Byron Bay, a laid-back surf paradise with boundless coastline, sand and friendly locals. We will be paying a visit to the local lighthouse for a unique photo opportunity and the chance for the eagle-eyed to spot dolphins, whales, and other marine life.
Brisbane to Noosa
From Brisbane, travel to Noosa, visiting one of Australia’s top surf locations en route. Go koala-spotting in a national park, then head to a coastal lookout to take in a magnificent sunset over the Sunshine Coast hinterland.
Fraser Island to Noosa
Set off on a 4WD adventure on Fraser Island. This incredible slice of land is the largest sand island in the world, stretching some 123 kilometres down Queensland’s southern coast. Visit some of the renowned lookout points – perhaps Indian Head or the Cathedrals – for incredible views. Take a dive into a crystal clear lake, and head out in search of that most iconic outback creature, the dingo.
Visit some local swimming spots for a refreshing dip, or while away the hours at a bar with a view of the shimmering blue water.
Take a leisurely cruise through the islands of the Whitsundays, including a stop at the famed Whitehaven beach. Words can’t do justice to the dazzling white sands, azure waters and densely verdant vegetation.
Townsville to Cairns
Your final stretch of the tour will take you along 12 national parks. Among them are the Tyto Wetlands, Wallaman Falls, Mission Beach & Paronella Park.