The vibrant capital city of Sydney is your base for exploring New South Wales. Discover unspoiled beaches up and down the east coast or take a road trip to see Australia’s oldest wine region and beautiful wilderness. See it over a few days or a few weeks. There’s good reason New South Wales is Australia’s most visited state.
Sydney is truly diverse with many stunning sites to see and whether you would like to enjoy classic Sydney sightseeing or venture further off the standard trail to discover art galleries, great local eateries, secluded beaches, or cultural hotspots.
Optional Add On:
- Sydney Showboat Dinner Cruise – $155
- Manly Beach by ferry
- Taronga Zoo
- Aboriginal Cultural Tour @ Barangaroo
- Watsons Bay
Sublimely beautiful, the Blue Mountains is one of the most spectacular parts of the country, recognised with a World Heritage listing and easily accessible from Sydney by road. With dramatic views over the deep valley troughs gouged out over millions of years, the lookouts at Wentworth Falls, Govetts Leap and Echo Point are among the most popular while the views from Sublime Point, Narrow Neck and Cahills Lookout are no less spectacular. Experience wonders at Scenic World, where the glass-topped carriages of the Scenic Railway take you on a heart-stopping ride into the depths of the Jamison Valley.
Optional Add On:
Horse Ride / Quad Bike Ride – $110
- Wentworth Falls Lookout
- Featherdale Wildlife Park
- Scenic World Experiences
- 3 Sisters Lookout
- Grand Stairways Lookout
The Grand Pacific Drive is a 140 kilometre scenic coastal drive taking you through rainforests, over the iconic Sea Cliff Bridge and through the coastal cities and townships of Wollongong, Shellharbour, Kiama and the Shoalhaven. Treat the journey as a means to many ends. There are endless experiences to be enjoyed along way – food and wine, family discoveries, natural wonders and too many beaches to count!
Optional Add On:
- Hang Gliding – $235
- Treetop Adventure – $90
- Stanwell Tops Lookout
- Sea Cliff Bridge
- Kiama Blow Hole
With size of 134 square kilometres natural harbour, Port Stephens hold many secrets to be unveiled . Just to name a few such as the wild dolphin swim, silky sand dunes, mesmerising Australian feral camel rides, the right waters for oyster farming and many more which it is nearly impossible just to stay for only a day.
- Dolphin or/and whale Cruise (subject to the season)
- Sand Dune Adventure – 1.5 hour Quad Bike and Sand Boarding
Escape and explore 3,000 acres of the finest unspoilt wilderness and immerse yourself in the Australia’s largest horse riding and outdoor adventure centres. With 200 quality horses selection, ride anywhere freely or guided in the lush green trail, or enjoy quad bike tours, abseiling, kayaking, laser skirmish, bush walking, riverside camping and BBQ or your own leisure time.
- 2 activities (horse riding, quad biking, abseiling, kayaking, or laser skirmish)
With over 3,000 hectare of reserve, it’s the world oldest open caves in the world with various of caves geographical features including of numerous Silurian marine fossils. As the complex still being explored, the existing 300 entrances, 11 illuminated show caves, 40 kilometre of multi level passage will leave you lost, only to find yourselves.
- Guided tour into selected caves
Once a city best known for the comparatively sedate goings-on of politicians and civil servants, Canberra’s rebirth over the last decade has been transformative. This dynamic, small city combines fabulous galleries, museums and iconic buildings, with hip local neighbourhoods, and stunning surrounding countryside. Discover the stunning National Gallery, and take a tour inside Parliament House to learn about modern Australian politics. Visit the Australian War Memorial, and be there at the setting of the sun as The Last Post rings out.
- Australian War Memorial
- Australian Parliament House
- Australian National Museum
- Mount Ainslie Lookout
Cruise Sydney Harbour, the finest harbour in the world, then head offshore to experience great deep sea fishing at productive reefs and fish feeding grounds, just a few nautical miles out to sea from Sydney Heads. Catch Snapper, Kingfish, Bream and Flathead with supplied bait, and premium fishing tackle.
Live for a day, a happy, creative, ceremonial and spiritual life like it was for the local Darug language group before contact in 1770. Fascinating and highly educational, travel back in time to become a part of 'The Dreaming' and gain a deep and beneficial understanding of the wonderful Aboriginal culture. An inspiring and powerful life changing experience of ancient knowledge for modern day wisdom. (Minimum age 7)
Nature and off-the-beaten path expedition, featuring Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. Experience Sydney’s spectacular ‘out back’ featuring insightful commentary, picturesque sceneries, cultural experiences and an opportunity to appreciate Aboriginal heritage and understand the true story of Colonial Australia’s first 50 years.
Get onboard with Sydney best amphibious aircraft, and Soar like a bird over the famous coastline, heading north to Palm Beach of ‘Home and Away’ fame. Return via the meandering waterways of Pittwater for a final circuit over Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House, before landing at the Seaplane Terminal in Rosebay.
Join us on a 4 hour Whale Watching Cruise as we marvel at these incredible creatures frolicking and swimming in the tranquil waters of the Pacific Ocean. Whale watching off Sydney Heads is an exhilarating adventure, an awe inspiring treat that you will remember forever!