Travel East Coast Australia With Contiki

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Travel East Coast Australia With Contiki

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If you want to travel East Coast Australia, but you’re short on time, you can see the best bits in just 14 days with Contiki.
The Beaches And Reefs With Sailing (Start Sydney) trip gets you under the skin of each location, without having to rush from one to another, and includes some of the most Australian activities you can think of like surfing, snorkelling, bushwalking, sailing and meeting koalas and kangaroos. If you like sun, sea, fun and adventure, this is the tour for you.
Starting in Sydney, you meet your tour group and Trip Manager and head straight out into the countryside to see the Blue Mountains and Three Sisters. Returning into the city, you visit all of the major attractions and cool suburbs like Kings Cross, Chinatown and Manly Beach, and capture those desired snaps of the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge!

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From Sydney, you travel north, stopping at the coastal town of Coffs Harbour, staying at the
Aussie Surf Camp, and waking the next morning for a surf lesson. After drying off, it’s back on the road for Byron Bay, Australia’s traditionally hippy beachside gem. With one night here, you can make the most of it by heading to Cape Byron Lighthouse to spot dolphins, or even get up close to them on a kayaking adventure (me-time option).
The next day, you cross the New South Wales border into Queensland, where you come face-to-face with Australia’s amazing native animals like koalas, kangaroos, wombats, emus, dingoes and even crocodiles at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. In the evening, you stop at Surfers Paradise, where you can soak up the party atmosphere of the Gold Coast with your new friends. Once you’re over the night before, you can enjoy the daytime delights of Surfers Paradise with a free day to chill out on the beach or even head into the Hinterland on a 4WD trip (me-time option).

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After another night in Surfers Paradise, you travel further up the coast to Noosa, stopping off in Queensland’s capital of Brisbane on the way. The resort town of Noosa has a laidback pace, and you’ll get to soak it all up with sunbathing, swimming and dinner by the beach. Onto your eighth day and over halfway through your trip, the action is cranked up a notch as you head over to Fraser Island. One of the most unique islands in the world, this UNESCO World Heritage sand island boasts 40 freshwater lakes, rainforest, wildlife, shipwrecks, 4WD fun and an eco lodge where you’ll be spending the night.
As you return to the mainland, it’s time for a different Aussie experience with a stop at a country homestead in Queensland’s cattle country. Take a sneak peek into daily life on a farm, enjoy a dinner of local roast beef and vegetables, and have a go at cracking a whip.
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The next morning, you say goodbye to your hosts and travel to Airlie Beach, the gateway to the paradise of the Whitsunday Islands and the Great Barrier Reef. Board your sailing yacht and enjoy
two nights swimming, snorkelling, sunbathing and sleeping amongst the 74 islands and their pristine
white beaches. Back on dry land, it’s time to head to your final destination: Cairns. Try Australian
delicacies at a local restaurant and wander around the night markets to see what takes your fancy. On your final two days, there’s an opportunity to go snorkelling in the Great Barrier Reef one last time (me-time option), and head inland for white water rafting in the Tully River, bunjy jumping and skydiving (me-time options)!
From $2,767 pp, Beaches And Reefs With Sailing (Start Sydney) includes 13 nights multi-share accommodation, coach travel, national park entry fees, a Trip Manager, 22 meals and loads of fun
with a tour group. With so many included and optional me-time activities, you can see and do so much on the East Coast in just 14 days!
Beaches And Reefs With Sailing (Start Sydney) is one of many Contiki Holidays Australian trips
from 3-25 days. If you’ve only got a few weeks to travel or if you’re looking to experience Australia and make new friends along the way, definitely consider organised group travel as an option. It’s
great to share your experiences with like-minded people, and even better if they’re with you for the ride. Give Contiki a call on 1300-188-635, head to Contiki.com or visit your local travel agent.
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