- Activities: You can choose.
- Start/end point: Anywhere in Australia.
- Trip duration: You decide.
- Trips available: Year-round.
- Price: It depends.
- Included: You decide.
- Activity level: It's up to you.
- Group size: Minimum: 2 people. No maximum.
Organized freedom mini-itineraries:
Sydney & Blue Mountains World Heritage Area.
Explore Sydney’s colorful neighborhoods, bustling waterways and beautiful beaches then head for the hills. Just two hours away, the Blue Mountains are home to a network of trails through a vast wilderness and several picturesque, small towns. (Recommended minimum time: 5 days).
Perth, Margaret River & the Southern Forests.
Western Australia’s laid-back capital city Perth enjoys wonderful weather and a great food and arts scene. Further south, the long coastal stretches and wide-open spaces of Margaret River and the Southern Forests are gaining renown as a world-class destination for foodies and hikers. (Recommended minimum time: 5 days).
Alice Springs & Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
At the crossroads of the Outback, Alice Springs retains the feel of a dusty frontier-town. Make time to view the indigenous-art galleries and ride the Simpson’s Gap bike-path before driving to Uluru, heartland of Australia’s Aboriginal culture. Unique geological features and ancient rock-art sites are naturally illuminated each sunrise and sunset. (Recommended minimum time: 5 days).
Daintree Rainforest & the Great Barrier Reef.
The tropical far north of Queensland is home to two UNESCO World Heritage Areas: Daintree Rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef. Immerse yourself in these magnificent natural environments, encounter unique wildlife and cruise the coastal highway from Cairns to Cape Tribulation. (Recommended minimum time: 5 days).
Darwin & Kakadu National Park.
Australia’s northernmost city Darwin has a tropical climate that encourages a relaxed, outdoor lifestyle. The region’s multi-cultural make-up is reflected in the multitude of ethnic eateries and bustling night-markets. At nearby Kakadu National Park hike with indigenous guides to see rock-art 25,000 years old, boat across waterways bursting with wildlife and swim in natural pools at the foot of towering waterfalls. (Recommended minimum time: 5 days).
Melbourne & Tasmania.
Stylish, edgy, food-obsessed Melbourne can lay claim to being Australia's sporting, cultural and culinary capital. Off the south coast, the deceptively-large island of Tasmania has long been known for its rugged, unspoiled wilderness. Travelers today are equally drawn by the island’s flourishing artisanal food and cultural scene. (Recommended minimum time: 6 days).