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Supertree Grove, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore
Chinatown, Singapore
Sunset, Mindil Beach
Twin Falls, Kakadu National Park
Nawurlandja lookout, Kakadu National Park
Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk National Park
Katherine Gorge
Wangi Falls, Litchfield National Park
Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront
Great Barrier Reef Cruise, Cairns, Queensland, Australia
Four Mile Beach, Port Douglas, North Queensland, Australia
Sentosa Island
City centre, Singapore

Australia & Singapore

18 day Holiday Idea – from £1739

With flights from £3389

A truly tropical adventure, including four nights in the vibrant Singapore, a self drive tour of Australia’s Top End and time in North Queensland, the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef.

Highlights:
  • Explore the rich and fascinating culture of Singapore
  • Discover the beauty of Katherine and Kakadu National Park
  • Take the opportunity to visit the spectacular Great Barrier Reef
  • Visit the beautiful lakes and waterfalls of the Atherton Tablelands

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.

Chinatown, Singapore

Day 1 to 4 – Singapore

Arrive into Singapore and spend your first four days exploring the city, with its contrast of…

Arrive into Singapore and spend your first four days exploring the city, with its contrast of old and new, from churches and colonial architecture to sparkling skyscrapers. Experience the culture and cuisine of China town and Little India, then head down to Clarke Quay for shopping and entertainment, and perhaps a Singapore Sling on the banks of the river as the sun goes down.

And make sure to visit the Gardens By The Bay, the 101 hectare nature park, with its 18 iconic colourful Supertrees, the largest of which stands at 50 metres. The park truly comes alive at night with an impressive sound and light show.

    Singapore hotel

Chinatown, Singapore
Sunset, Mindil Beach

Day 5 to 6 – Darwin

Fly from Singapore to Darwin where you’ll enjoy time in Australia’s northern most city. Splash around…

Fly from Singapore to Darwin where you’ll enjoy time in Australia’s northern most city. Splash around at Darwin’s Wave Lagoon on the popular Waterfront before catching the latest blockbuster at the outdoor Deckchair Cinema. You can pick up locally made souvenirs at the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets or watch the sunset aboard a cruise through the harbour.

    Darwin hotel

Sunset, Mindil Beach
Twin Falls, Kakadu National Park

Day 7 – Darwin to Kakadu National Park

After collecting the vehicle and driving east out of Darwin on to the Arnhem Highway and…

After collecting the vehicle and driving east out of Darwin on to the Arnhem Highway and head for the Kakadu National Park. Suggest a stop at Window on the Wetlands Visitor Centre, and then perhaps Adelaide River for an optional Jumping Crocodile cruise. The scenery on the way is dramatic and colourful with bird life, wet lands and high escarpments. A visit to the Bowali Visitor Centre is a must to learn more about this unique environment.

Kakadu National Park Towering over the park’s wetlands is the huge 500km long Arnhem Land escarpment which was created about 2 billion years ago. This ancient landscape will leave you with a feeling of majesty and awe. Its natural geological features, including rock formations, powerful waterways, towering cliffs, spectacular waterfalls and quiet, peaceful streams and lagoons, as well as its diverse wildlife, and unique plant life, together with some of the country’s best Aboriginal art galleries, add up to a truly magnificent area. The value of Kakadu’s treasures is also reflected in the park’s World Heritage listing, awarded for both cultural and natural significance.

    Darwin > Kakadu National Park | 254 kms

    Anbinik Kakadu Resort

Twin Falls, Kakadu National Park
Nawurlandja lookout, Kakadu National Park

Day 8 – Kakadu National Park

You have a full day at leisure to explore Kakadu. This morning opt to take an…

You have a full day at leisure to explore Kakadu. This morning opt to take an optional Yellow Waters Cruises from Cooinda. After your cruise call into the Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Other sights to see today include a visit to Nourlangie Rock and Ubirr Rock, or an optional scenic flight. Aboriginal rock art in this area is very well preserved and accessible. It’s worth taking a guided tour to have the history of the rock art explained to you.

Ubirr Rock is situated 40km from Jabiru and is where the main road crosses the East Alligator River into Arnhem Land (which is accessible only with a permit). Ubirr, reached by sealed road on this side of the river, is one of the main accessible art sites in the park. A 1km easy walking circuit trail leads from the car park. There are various art styles here, including the stick-like Mimi figures, some estimated to be up to 20,000 years old, but the more recent, dramatic, x-ray style is the most striking. Whilst at Ubirr, climb to the top of the rocky escarpment for splendid views out over the Kakadu countryside. You will also get a panoramic vista over the nearby billabongs of the Arnhem wetlands and the huge Arnhem Land escarpment, which lies across the East Alligator River.

    Anbinik Kakadu Resort

Nawurlandja lookout, Kakadu National Park
Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk National Park

Day 9 – Katherine

Leave Kakadu and head south towards Pine Creek. At Pine Creek you rejoin the Stuart Highway…

Leave Kakadu and head south towards Pine Creek. At Pine Creek you rejoin the Stuart Highway and travel on south to Katherine, making a leisurely stop at the beautiful Edith Falls. The Katherine Gorge is located 30 km from the town centre, here the river flows between towering walls of colour.

Pine Creek was the scene of extensive mining in the 1880’s and is now experiencing a renewal of interest with the reopening of mining activities. There are numerous historic buildings still standing, including the Old Playford Club Hotel, the Repeater Station, the Bakery and the Railway Siding Complex.

Katherine is the heart of the real Outback. Attractions in the area include places of historic interest, birds and wildlife in their natural surroundings, caves, gorges, Aboriginal lore and art, and for the adventurers, magnificent waterfalls, canyons and billabongs that are still unspoiled.

    Kakadu National Park > Katherine | 302 kms

    Nitmiluk Accommodation

Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk National Park
Katherine Gorge

Day 10 – Katherine

This morning take the included 2 hour gorge cruise. Katherine Gorge is a system of 13…

This morning take the included 2 hour gorge cruise. Katherine Gorge is a system of 13 gorges all joining by rapids. The best way to see the Gorge is from the water, there are also scenic flights and plenty of marked walking tracks. This afternoon suggest a visit to Mataranka, which is 110km from Katherine. Mataranka is situated in Elsey National Park and here the Mataranka Thermal Pool is found. This is a very popular swimming spot – the thermal pool is around a constant temperature of 34 degrees Celsius.

Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) National Park The highlight here is undoubtedly Katherine Gorge, located in the Nitmiluk National Park. The main entrance to the National Park is 32 kilometres from Katherine. Over millions of years, torrential summer rains in Arnhem Land during the wet season have caused the waters of the Katherine River to cut thirteen spectacular serpentine gorges. Cut into ancient rock, the canyon walls climb steeply above cool blue water, and there is abundant bird, fish and animal life, including the fresh water crocodile.

    Nitmiluk Accommodation

Katherine Gorge
Wangi Falls, Litchfield National Park

Day 11 – Litchfield National Park and Lake Bennett

Litchfield National Park is the Top End’s most accessible natural attraction and offers safe swimming and…

Litchfield National Park is the Top End’s most accessible natural attraction and offers safe swimming and spectacular waterfalls all year round. The main attractions in Litchfield National Park including Buley Rockhole, Wangi, Tolmer and Florence Falls are all linked by quality sealed roads. There is swimming in specified areas, photography, wildlife observation and bushwalks ranging from a 20 minute stroll to extended walks. Your overnight stay is outside Litchfield at the beautifully scenic Lake Bennett.

    Katherine > Litchfield National Park > Lake Bennett | 320 kms

    Litchfield Outback Resort

Wangi Falls, Litchfield National Park
Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront

Day 12 – Darwin

Enjoy more time this morning in Litchfield National Park or relax at Lake Bennett before returning…

Enjoy more time this morning in Litchfield National Park or relax at Lake Bennett before returning to Darwin via the Stuart Highway for your flight to Cairns.

Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront
Great Barrier Reef Cruise, Cairns, Queensland, Australia

Day 13 to 14 – Cairns

Cairns is the activity hub of North Queensland activities and the gateway to the Great Barrier…

Cairns is the activity hub of North Queensland activities and the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. Book a Great Barrier Reef Cruise and enjoy a range of activities such as snorkelling, diving, fish-feeding or a glass-bottom boat tour.

In land, discover the lakes and waterfalls of the Atherton Tablelands or the ancient rainforest of the Mossman Gorge. From the Kuranda village you can ride on the Skyrail rainforest cableway and scenic rail and explore the unique rainforest town.

For a truly unique experience, take a hot air balloon or helicopter flight over this incredible region to see the rainforest meet the reef from the air.

    Cairns hotel

Great Barrier Reef Cruise, Cairns, Queensland, Australia
Four Mile Beach, Port Douglas, North Queensland, Australia

Day 15 to 16 – Port Douglas

Spend a day at the relaxed sea-side village of Port Douglas. If you can tear yourself…

Spend a day at the relaxed sea-side village of Port Douglas. If you can tear yourself away from the beach, there’s a great choice of bars and restaurants and fantastic boutique shopping. Port Douglas has an average year-round temperature of 26 degrees centigrade.

    Port Douglas hotel

Four Mile Beach, Port Douglas, North Queensland, Australia
Sentosa Island

Day 17 – Sentosa, Singapore

Fly from Cairns to Singapore for the final night of your holiday on Sentosa Island. This…

Fly from Cairns to Singapore for the final night of your holiday on Sentosa Island. This island which is connected to Singapore’s mainland is a playground for locals and tourist alike. Spend the day visiting one of the many theme parks, journey on the island’s cable car or simply relax on the beach.

    Sentosa hotel

Sentosa Island
City centre, Singapore

Day 18 – Farewell

Catch your flight from Singapore back to the UK. Then start planning your next adventure!

Catch your flight from Singapore back to the UK. Then start planning your next adventure!

City centre, Singapore

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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Singapore

Arrive into Singapore and spend your first four days exploring the city, with its contrast of old and new, from churches and colonial architecture to sparkling skyscrapers. Experience the culture and cuisine of China town and Little India, then head down to Clarke Quay for shopping and entertainment, and perhaps a Singapore Sling on the banks of the river as the sun goes down.

And make sure to visit the Gardens By The Bay, the 101 hectare nature park, with its 18 iconic colourful Supertrees, the largest of which stands at 50 metres. The park truly comes alive at night with an impressive sound and light show.

    Singapore hotel

Chinatown, Singapore

Day 5 to 6

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Darwin

Fly from Singapore to Darwin where you’ll enjoy time in Australia’s northern most city. Splash around at Darwin’s Wave Lagoon on the popular Waterfront before catching the latest blockbuster at the outdoor Deckchair Cinema. You can pick up locally made souvenirs at the Mindil Beach Sunset Markets or watch the sunset aboard a cruise through the harbour.

    Darwin hotel

Sunset, Mindil Beach

Day 7

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Darwin to Kakadu National Park

After collecting the vehicle and driving east out of Darwin on to the Arnhem Highway and head for the Kakadu National Park. Suggest a stop at Window on the Wetlands Visitor Centre, and then perhaps Adelaide River for an optional Jumping Crocodile cruise. The scenery on the way is dramatic and colourful with bird life, wet lands and high escarpments. A visit to the Bowali Visitor Centre is a must to learn more about this unique environment.

Kakadu National Park Towering over the park’s wetlands is the huge 500km long Arnhem Land escarpment which was created about 2 billion years ago. This ancient landscape will leave you with a feeling of majesty and awe. Its natural geological features, including rock formations, powerful waterways, towering cliffs, spectacular waterfalls and quiet, peaceful streams and lagoons, as well as its diverse wildlife, and unique plant life, together with some of the country’s best Aboriginal art galleries, add up to a truly magnificent area. The value of Kakadu’s treasures is also reflected in the park’s World Heritage listing, awarded for both cultural and natural significance.

    Darwin > Kakadu National Park | 254 kms

    Anbinik Kakadu Resort

Twin Falls, Kakadu National Park

Day 8

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Kakadu National Park

You have a full day at leisure to explore Kakadu. This morning opt to take an optional Yellow Waters Cruises from Cooinda. After your cruise call into the Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Other sights to see today include a visit to Nourlangie Rock and Ubirr Rock, or an optional scenic flight. Aboriginal rock art in this area is very well preserved and accessible. It’s worth taking a guided tour to have the history of the rock art explained to you.

Ubirr Rock is situated 40km from Jabiru and is where the main road crosses the East Alligator River into Arnhem Land (which is accessible only with a permit). Ubirr, reached by sealed road on this side of the river, is one of the main accessible art sites in the park. A 1km easy walking circuit trail leads from the car park. There are various art styles here, including the stick-like Mimi figures, some estimated to be up to 20,000 years old, but the more recent, dramatic, x-ray style is the most striking. Whilst at Ubirr, climb to the top of the rocky escarpment for splendid views out over the Kakadu countryside. You will also get a panoramic vista over the nearby billabongs of the Arnhem wetlands and the huge Arnhem Land escarpment, which lies across the East Alligator River.

    Anbinik Kakadu Resort

Nawurlandja lookout, Kakadu National Park

Day 9

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Katherine

Leave Kakadu and head south towards Pine Creek. At Pine Creek you rejoin the Stuart Highway and travel on south to Katherine, making a leisurely stop at the beautiful Edith Falls. The Katherine Gorge is located 30 km from the town centre, here the river flows between towering walls of colour.

Pine Creek was the scene of extensive mining in the 1880’s and is now experiencing a renewal of interest with the reopening of mining activities. There are numerous historic buildings still standing, including the Old Playford Club Hotel, the Repeater Station, the Bakery and the Railway Siding Complex.

Katherine is the heart of the real Outback. Attractions in the area include places of historic interest, birds and wildlife in their natural surroundings, caves, gorges, Aboriginal lore and art, and for the adventurers, magnificent waterfalls, canyons and billabongs that are still unspoiled.

    Kakadu National Park > Katherine | 302 kms

    Nitmiluk Accommodation

Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk National Park

Day 10

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Katherine

This morning take the included 2 hour gorge cruise. Katherine Gorge is a system of 13 gorges all joining by rapids. The best way to see the Gorge is from the water, there are also scenic flights and plenty of marked walking tracks. This afternoon suggest a visit to Mataranka, which is 110km from Katherine. Mataranka is situated in Elsey National Park and here the Mataranka Thermal Pool is found. This is a very popular swimming spot – the thermal pool is around a constant temperature of 34 degrees Celsius.

Nitmiluk (Katherine Gorge) National Park The highlight here is undoubtedly Katherine Gorge, located in the Nitmiluk National Park. The main entrance to the National Park is 32 kilometres from Katherine. Over millions of years, torrential summer rains in Arnhem Land during the wet season have caused the waters of the Katherine River to cut thirteen spectacular serpentine gorges. Cut into ancient rock, the canyon walls climb steeply above cool blue water, and there is abundant bird, fish and animal life, including the fresh water crocodile.

    Nitmiluk Accommodation

Katherine Gorge

Day 11

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Litchfield National Park and Lake Bennett

Litchfield National Park is the Top End’s most accessible natural attraction and offers safe swimming and spectacular waterfalls all year round. The main attractions in Litchfield National Park including Buley Rockhole, Wangi, Tolmer and Florence Falls are all linked by quality sealed roads. There is swimming in specified areas, photography, wildlife observation and bushwalks ranging from a 20 minute stroll to extended walks. Your overnight stay is outside Litchfield at the beautifully scenic Lake Bennett.

    Katherine > Litchfield National Park > Lake Bennett | 320 kms

    Litchfield Outback Resort

Wangi Falls, Litchfield National Park

Day 12

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Darwin

Enjoy more time this morning in Litchfield National Park or relax at Lake Bennett before returning to Darwin via the Stuart Highway for your flight to Cairns.

Vibe Hotel Darwin Waterfront

Day 13 to 14

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Cairns

Cairns is the activity hub of North Queensland activities and the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. Book a Great Barrier Reef Cruise and enjoy a range of activities such as snorkelling, diving, fish-feeding or a glass-bottom boat tour.

In land, discover the lakes and waterfalls of the Atherton Tablelands or the ancient rainforest of the Mossman Gorge. From the Kuranda village you can ride on the Skyrail rainforest cableway and scenic rail and explore the unique rainforest town.

For a truly unique experience, take a hot air balloon or helicopter flight over this incredible region to see the rainforest meet the reef from the air.

    Cairns hotel

Great Barrier Reef Cruise, Cairns, Queensland, Australia

Day 15 to 16

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Port Douglas

Spend a day at the relaxed sea-side village of Port Douglas. If you can tear yourself away from the beach, there’s a great choice of bars and restaurants and fantastic boutique shopping. Port Douglas has an average year-round temperature of 26 degrees centigrade.

    Port Douglas hotel

Four Mile Beach, Port Douglas, North Queensland, Australia

Day 17

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Sentosa, Singapore

Fly from Cairns to Singapore for the final night of your holiday on Sentosa Island. This island which is connected to Singapore’s mainland is a playground for locals and tourist alike. Spend the day visiting one of the many theme parks, journey on the island’s cable car or simply relax on the beach.

    Sentosa hotel

Sentosa Island

Day 18

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Farewell

Catch your flight from Singapore back to the UK. Then start planning your next adventure!

City centre, Singapore

Your Holiday Includes

17 nights’ accommodation
5 nights’ car hire, with unlimited kilometers

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 Singapore or Australia
  • Singapore day tours and experiences
  • Extra Australia experiences

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Australia & Singapore

18 day Holiday Idea – from £1739

With flights from £3389

Prices are per person, based on 2 sharing. Flights, hotels and tours are subject to availability and seasonal variations may apply. Pease call Freedom Destinations for details.

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