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Quokkas, Rottnest Island
Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb
Melbourne City, Victoria
Barossa Valley, South Australia
Langley Park, Perth

Australia East to West

15 day Holiday Idea – from £1399

With flights from £2949

This multi city Australia holiday gives you a taste of each of the country’s Southern cosmopolitan hubs, with must-do experiences included along the way.

Highlights:
  • Explore Sydney and climb the famous Harbour Bridge
  • Wander the Laneways and embrace Melbourne’s café culture
  • Explore the museums and parks of Adelaide
  • Savour South Australian wines on a Barossa Valley day tour
  • Take a selfie with a quokka on Rottnest Island

Your Itinerary

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You can customise your holiday by adding extra nights or destinations. Just let us know what you would like to do.

Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb

Day 1 to 4 – Sydney

Begin your Australian city adventure in Sydney, where there is so much to see! The Royal…

Begin your Australian city adventure in Sydney, where there is so much to see! The Royal Botanic Garden in the heart of the city is stunning all year round. Jump on the ferry to Manly and you’ll find a golden beach and beautiful coastal walks. Taronga Zoo is considered one of the best in the world best, and offers superb views across the harbour. In the evening, The Rocks and Darling Harbour come alive, with both Sydneysiders and visitors enjoying food and drink al fresco.

We have included in your stay a unique and must do experience – the Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb, the city’s most famous icon. This 3 hour experience will take you to the lofty heights of the bridge’s summit where you can enjoy some spectacular panoramic views of the city and surrounds.

If you would like to head out into the Blue Mountains, please ask your Travel Consultant to include this in your itinerary.

    Sydney hotel

Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb
Melbourne City, Victoria

Day 5 to 8 – Melbourne

Melbourne has long been hailed as the sport and food capital of Australia, building its reputation…

Melbourne has long been hailed as the sport and food capital of Australia, building its reputation around fine boutiques, coffee shops, restaurants and world famous sporting events.

On a day of your choice, enjoy a Hidden Secrets Walking Tour, which will take you through Melbourne’s colourful Laneways, led by a knowledgeable local guide providing a unique insight into the history and culture of the city. In the evening, why not catch a show in the East End Theatre District? Or head to Brunswick for cool cafes, or the Southbank for a riverside meal?

Outside of Melbourne, you can visit the Great Ocean Road on a day tour, or Phillip Island to witness the delightful penguin parade, both pre-bookable before you travel.

    Melbourne hotel

Melbourne City, Victoria
Barossa Valley, South Australia

Day 9 to 11 – Adelaide

From Melbourne, you can either fly or take the train journey to Adelaide, the capital of…

From Melbourne, you can either fly or take the train journey to Adelaide, the capital of South Australia. The city is brimming with heritage façade buildings, leafy parks and wide shopping terraces.

If you are feeling energetic, there’s a circular 6.4 km riverside walk (or run!) that goes past the Adelaide Oval and zoo. Alternatively, jump or a tram to the suburb of Glenelg, to relax on its sandy beach or enjoy a dip in the sea. Back in town, Leigh Street, Peel Street and Gilbert Place are great for bar hopping in the evening.

Included in your holiday is a full day tour to the Barossa Valley, around an hour’s drive north east of the city. Here you will be introduced to the passionate wine makers of South Australia and get to savour the local produce at cellar door tastings, whilst you take in the stunning views of the vine-covered valley.

    Adelaide hotel

Barossa Valley, South Australia
Quokkas, Rottnest Island

Day 12 to 14 – Perth

Fly over the Nullarbor to Perth, the capital and gateway to Western Australia. Overlooking the Swan…

Fly over the Nullarbor to Perth, the capital and gateway to Western Australia. Overlooking the Swan River, it is easy to see why Perth has evolved into a popular holiday destination. There is plenty to see in and around the city including Kings Parks, the Perth Mint, Elizabeth Quay and an endless coastline of stunning sandy beaches.

A 90 minute ferry ride from the city is the beautiful Rottnest Island. On a full day excursion, you’ll get to explore the island by bicycle (no cars are allowed!) and meet one of Western Australia’s most famous locals, the Quokka, a selfie-loving small marsupial.

    Perth hotel

Quokkas, Rottnest Island
Langley Park, Perth

Day 15 – Farewell from Perth

Head to the airport today for flight home, on which you’ll have plenty of time to…

Head to the airport today for flight home, on which you’ll have plenty of time to start planning your next Australian adventure…

Langley Park, Perth

Your Itinerary

You can customise your holiday by adding extra nights or destinations. Just let us know what you would like to do.

Day 1 to 4

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Sydney

Begin your Australian city adventure in Sydney, where there is so much to see! The Royal Botanic Garden in the heart of the city is stunning all year round. Jump on the ferry to Manly and you’ll find a golden beach and beautiful coastal walks. Taronga Zoo is considered one of the best in the world best, and offers superb views across the harbour. In the evening, The Rocks and Darling Harbour come alive, with both Sydneysiders and visitors enjoying food and drink al fresco.

We have included in your stay a unique and must do experience – the Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb, the city’s most famous icon. This 3 hour experience will take you to the lofty heights of the bridge’s summit where you can enjoy some spectacular panoramic views of the city and surrounds.

If you would like to head out into the Blue Mountains, please ask your Travel Consultant to include this in your itinerary.

    Sydney hotel

Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb

Day 5 to 8

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Melbourne

Melbourne has long been hailed as the sport and food capital of Australia, building its reputation around fine boutiques, coffee shops, restaurants and world famous sporting events.

On a day of your choice, enjoy a Hidden Secrets Walking Tour, which will take you through Melbourne’s colourful Laneways, led by a knowledgeable local guide providing a unique insight into the history and culture of the city. In the evening, why not catch a show in the East End Theatre District? Or head to Brunswick for cool cafes, or the Southbank for a riverside meal?

Outside of Melbourne, you can visit the Great Ocean Road on a day tour, or Phillip Island to witness the delightful penguin parade, both pre-bookable before you travel.

    Melbourne hotel

Melbourne City, Victoria

Day 9 to 11

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Adelaide

From Melbourne, you can either fly or take the train journey to Adelaide, the capital of South Australia. The city is brimming with heritage façade buildings, leafy parks and wide shopping terraces.

If you are feeling energetic, there’s a circular 6.4 km riverside walk (or run!) that goes past the Adelaide Oval and zoo. Alternatively, jump or a tram to the suburb of Glenelg, to relax on its sandy beach or enjoy a dip in the sea. Back in town, Leigh Street, Peel Street and Gilbert Place are great for bar hopping in the evening.

Included in your holiday is a full day tour to the Barossa Valley, around an hour’s drive north east of the city. Here you will be introduced to the passionate wine makers of South Australia and get to savour the local produce at cellar door tastings, whilst you take in the stunning views of the vine-covered valley.

    Adelaide hotel

Barossa Valley, South Australia

Day 12 to 14

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Perth

Fly over the Nullarbor to Perth, the capital and gateway to Western Australia. Overlooking the Swan River, it is easy to see why Perth has evolved into a popular holiday destination. There is plenty to see in and around the city including Kings Parks, the Perth Mint, Elizabeth Quay and an endless coastline of stunning sandy beaches.

A 90 minute ferry ride from the city is the beautiful Rottnest Island. On a full day excursion, you’ll get to explore the island by bicycle (no cars are allowed!) and meet one of Western Australia’s most famous locals, the Quokka, a selfie-loving small marsupial.

    Perth hotel

Quokkas, Rottnest Island

Day 15

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Farewell from Perth

Head to the airport today for flight home, on which you’ll have plenty of time to start planning your next Australian adventure…

Langley Park, Perth

This Holiday Includes

14 nights hotel accommodation
Activities and excursion as detailed in the itinerary
Internal flights around Australia

Flights & More

Ask your FREEDOM Consultant to include Economy, Premium or Business Class flights for a complete ABTA and ATOL protected package.

They can also add extra nights and experiences in places you choose, to create the exact holiday you are looking for. Popular options include:

  • Extra nights in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide or Perth
  • A trip to the Blue Mountains or Great Ocean Road day tour
  • A stopover to Australia in Singapore, Dubai or another destination

Next Step

Please get in touch with our Australia Experts to start planning your holiday. You’ll have a single point of contact from your first enquiry through booking.

Australia East to West

15 day Holiday Idea – from £1399

With flights from £2949

The guide price shown is per person based on two people sharing standard accommodation. Price may vary according to season and standard of hotels chosen. Please call Freedom Destinations for details and availability.

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