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Singapore skyline
Supertree Grove, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore
Perth, Western Australia
Langley Park, Perth
Vineyard, Margaret River
Wine & Food Pairing
Gloucester National Park, Pemberton
Little Beach, Albany
Albany, Western Australia
Perth, Western Australia
Sydney Harbour, Australia
Sydney
Sydney Harbour at Sunset
Ubud, Bali
Rice Fields, Lombok
Sunrise, Sanur Beach, Bali, Indonesia
Bali

Australia, Singapore & Bali

21 day Holiday Idea – from £1759

With flights from £3209

A spectacular 21 day journey that combines Singapore and Bali with Australia’s iconic coastal cities and undiscovered South West Corner.

Highlights:
  • Explore Singapore’s innovative gardens and vibrant street markets
  • Experience Perth’s charm and journey to Margaret River’s vineyards
  • Wander through Pemberton’s ancient forests and explore Albany’s rugged coast
  • Discover Sydney’s iconic Opera House and vibrant harbour
  • Unwind on Bali’s idyllic white sand beaches

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.

Singapore skyline

Day 1 to 3 – Singapore

Singapore is one of Asia’s most accessible and vibrant cities with a wealth of attractions to…

Singapore is one of Asia’s most accessible and vibrant cities with a wealth of attractions to keep you busy both day and night.

Be sure to wander through the lively street markets, visit the family focused activities on Sentosa Island, or enjoy a leisurely cruise along the river to appreciate the distinct mix of Singapore’s old and new architectural wonders.

By night, soak up the lively nightlife of Clarke Quay or marvel at the nightly light show display at Gardens by the Bay.

    Singapore hotel

Singapore skyline
Perth, Western Australia

Day 4 to 5 – Perth

Arrive in Perth for a two night stay prior to your 6 day Western Wanderer self…

Arrive in Perth for a two night stay prior to your 6 day Western Wanderer self drive.

    Perth hotel

Perth, Western Australia
Vineyard, Margaret River

Day 6 – Perth to Margaret River

Collect your car and head south to Bunbury, home to the Koombana Bay dolphins. A group…

Collect your car and head south to Bunbury, home to the Koombana Bay dolphins. A group of up to 100 wild bottle nose dolphins live in the city’s bay. Take the Dolphin Watch Eco Cruise (own expense). From here continue on to Busselton and then short drive south to Margaret River home to some of Australia’s finest wineries. The town is well known for its surfing beaches and magnificent coastal scenery.

Bunbury is a major city in the south-west, acting as the region’s administration and business centre. Around the town there are a number of art and craft galleries with a fine range of local craft, including some delightful woodcraft made from local West Australian timber. Wild dolphins visit the beach along Koombana Bay on a regular basis and have become a major attraction in their own right, prompting the building of the Dolphin Discovery Centre nearby.

Busselton sits on the shores of Geographe Bay, a bay of calm waters, long beaches and sheltered coves, which is ideal for water-based activities. The Busselton Jetty, all 2km of it, is the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere. Today it is a major landmark, and daily train rides are conducted along its length. To see marine life up close, visit the Oceanarium, or if you are into diving, this is one of the best dives around. The amount of marine life in, on, and around the pylons has to be seen to be believed!

Margaret River and its surrounding region offers a wide variety of attractions – from the tranquil waters of Geographe Bay in the north, down the ancient cave-carved Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge, through the picturesque vineyards and karri forest of the heartland, to the desolate beauty of Cape Leeuwin in the south. Margaret River is well known for its award winning wines, fine food, pristine beaches and breathtaking scenery. The great ocean swells offer a real challenge to the surfers who come from far and wide, and the town is home to many artists and crafts people.

    Perth > Margaret River | 287 kms

    Stay Margaret River

Vineyard, Margaret River
Wine & Food Pairing

Day 7 – Margaret River

Day at leisure to explore the fine wineries, beaches and the gourmet delights that the Margaret…

Day at leisure to explore the fine wineries, beaches and the gourmet delights that the Margaret River region has to offer. Must see attractions of the region include Busselton Jetty and Underwater Observatory, Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse and the Ngilgi Cave.

    Stay Margaret River

Wine & Food Pairing
Gloucester National Park, Pemberton

Day 8 – Pemberton

Leave Margaret River and travel south on one of the State’s most scenic drives, Caves Road….

Leave Margaret River and travel south on one of the State’s most scenic drives, Caves Road. See two oceans meet at the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse (tours leave on the hour) and then make your way to the tall timber country surrounding Pemberton. Enjoy a forest walk or if you prefer take the Pemberton tram and meander through some of the tallest trees in the world. Natural fresh waterways and lakes are prevalent in the region, so why not pick up some local wine and produce to enjoy a picnic.

Pemberton, steeped in timber lore, is the best place to experience the magic of the magnificent karri forest growing all around. The town stands on what was formerly Nyungar Aboriginal land. Extensive karri and marri forests grow in the district, timber milling being the main local industry. The beauty of the forest is enhanced by clear streams and pretty cascades and by a wealth of wildflowers in the spring. The Karri Visitors Centre is located near the town centre and combines the Tourist Centre, Pioneer Museum and the Karri Forest Discovery Centre, all of which help give visitors a first-rate introduction to the region. A special audio-visual on the forests ought not to be missed.

    Margaret River > Pemberton | 150 kms

    Karri Valley Resort

Gloucester National Park, Pemberton
Little Beach, Albany

Day 9 – Albany

Visit timber and art galleries in Pemberton and then make your way to Albany via Northcliffe…

Visit timber and art galleries in Pemberton and then make your way to Albany via Northcliffe and Walpole. Stop off at Northcliffe’s famous forest sculpture walk. Visit the Giant Tingle Tree and see the only place in WA where the Forest meets the water. Continue your journey and take a stroll along the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk (at own expense). Don’t miss the Elephant Rocks and Greens Pool near Denmark. Continue onto Albany which overlooks Princess Royal Harbour and many elevated vantage points around the town provide spectacular views.

Denmark is nestled on the banks of the Denmark River with magnificent forests that sweep down to meet the sea. The river flows into the protected Wilson Inlet, which in turn flows in to the Southern Ocean. The town is therefore a series of continuous images, all of them stunning.

Albany was Western Australia’s first settlement and was once a major whaling centre. It has numerous white sandy beaches and spectacular coastal scenery. In the town itself there are over 50 historic buildings, many of which have been developed as museums, display galleries of restaurants. The whaling museum, named Whaleworld, details the whales and the whaling operation that once flourished here. Surfing and diving are also popular activities in the area and a wreck has been sunk in the Sound as an artificial reef, making it a popular dive site.

    Pemberton > Albany | 260 kms

    The Clarence on Melville, Albany

Little Beach, Albany
Albany, Western Australia

Day 10 – Albany

It’s time to take a break and explore Albany today. Walk the Amity Trail and take…

It’s time to take a break and explore Albany today. Walk the Amity Trail and take in a visit to Whaleworld, the only whaling museum created from an operational whaling station. Between June and October watch out for magnificent humpback and southern right whales, who pause to play in the surrounding waters. There are many scenic walks to explore the magnificent coastline.

    The Clarence on Melville, Albany

Albany, Western Australia
Perth, Western Australia

Day 11 – Perth

Depart for Perth today taking the Albany Highway. North of Albany you may wish to visit…

Depart for Perth today taking the Albany Highway. North of Albany you may wish to visit the Stirling Range National Park – the only Alpine area in Western Australia. Another good stop on the way back to Perth is at Kodja Place in Kojonup. The centre provides an insight into rural life, as well as a history of Aboriginal life in the region.

    Albany > Perth | 410 kms
Perth, Western Australia
Sydney Harbour, Australia

Day 12 to 16 – Sydney

This morning, board your flight to Sydney or, if time permits, travel transcontinental on the impressive…

This morning, board your flight to Sydney or, if time permits, travel transcontinental on the impressive Indian Pacific train, one of the world’s great rail journeys.

Spend the next 6 days exploring the sights and sounds of Sydney from the icons of Circular Quay to the restaurants and bars of Darling Harbour.

Soak up the famous beach culture at one of the many beaches which are in easy reach of the city. Catch the ferry to neighbouring Manly, or spend a few leisurely hours enjoying the picturesque walk from Bondi to Coogee Beach.

    Sydney hotel

Sydney Harbour, Australia
Ubud, Bali

Day 17 to 20 – Bali

The coastal theme of this holiday concludes with a 4 night stay on the Indonesian Island…

The coastal theme of this holiday concludes with a 4 night stay on the Indonesian Island of Bali. Relax on the glorious beaches around Sanur and Nusa Dua, marvel at the rice terraces and mountain scenery of its lush green centre or take an optional excursion to the outlying Gili Islands and neighbouring Lombok.

    Bali hotel

Ubud, Bali

Day 21 – Farewell

It is time to say farewell as you board your flight home with a host of…

It is time to say farewell as you board your flight home with a host of memories.

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 3

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Singapore

Singapore is one of Asia’s most accessible and vibrant cities with a wealth of attractions to keep you busy both day and night.

Be sure to wander through the lively street markets, visit the family focused activities on Sentosa Island, or enjoy a leisurely cruise along the river to appreciate the distinct mix of Singapore’s old and new architectural wonders.

By night, soak up the lively nightlife of Clarke Quay or marvel at the nightly light show display at Gardens by the Bay.

    Singapore hotel

Singapore skyline

Day 4 to 5

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Perth

Arrive in Perth for a two night stay prior to your 6 day Western Wanderer self drive.

    Perth hotel

Perth, Western Australia

Day 6

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Perth to Margaret River

Collect your car and head south to Bunbury, home to the Koombana Bay dolphins. A group of up to 100 wild bottle nose dolphins live in the city’s bay. Take the Dolphin Watch Eco Cruise (own expense). From here continue on to Busselton and then short drive south to Margaret River home to some of Australia’s finest wineries. The town is well known for its surfing beaches and magnificent coastal scenery.

Bunbury is a major city in the south-west, acting as the region’s administration and business centre. Around the town there are a number of art and craft galleries with a fine range of local craft, including some delightful woodcraft made from local West Australian timber. Wild dolphins visit the beach along Koombana Bay on a regular basis and have become a major attraction in their own right, prompting the building of the Dolphin Discovery Centre nearby.

Busselton sits on the shores of Geographe Bay, a bay of calm waters, long beaches and sheltered coves, which is ideal for water-based activities. The Busselton Jetty, all 2km of it, is the longest wooden jetty in the southern hemisphere. Today it is a major landmark, and daily train rides are conducted along its length. To see marine life up close, visit the Oceanarium, or if you are into diving, this is one of the best dives around. The amount of marine life in, on, and around the pylons has to be seen to be believed!

Margaret River and its surrounding region offers a wide variety of attractions – from the tranquil waters of Geographe Bay in the north, down the ancient cave-carved Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge, through the picturesque vineyards and karri forest of the heartland, to the desolate beauty of Cape Leeuwin in the south. Margaret River is well known for its award winning wines, fine food, pristine beaches and breathtaking scenery. The great ocean swells offer a real challenge to the surfers who come from far and wide, and the town is home to many artists and crafts people.

    Perth > Margaret River | 287 kms

    Stay Margaret River

Vineyard, Margaret River

Day 7

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Margaret River

Day at leisure to explore the fine wineries, beaches and the gourmet delights that the Margaret River region has to offer. Must see attractions of the region include Busselton Jetty and Underwater Observatory, Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse and the Ngilgi Cave.

    Stay Margaret River

Wine & Food Pairing

Day 8

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Pemberton

Leave Margaret River and travel south on one of the State’s most scenic drives, Caves Road. See two oceans meet at the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse (tours leave on the hour) and then make your way to the tall timber country surrounding Pemberton. Enjoy a forest walk or if you prefer take the Pemberton tram and meander through some of the tallest trees in the world. Natural fresh waterways and lakes are prevalent in the region, so why not pick up some local wine and produce to enjoy a picnic.

Pemberton, steeped in timber lore, is the best place to experience the magic of the magnificent karri forest growing all around. The town stands on what was formerly Nyungar Aboriginal land. Extensive karri and marri forests grow in the district, timber milling being the main local industry. The beauty of the forest is enhanced by clear streams and pretty cascades and by a wealth of wildflowers in the spring. The Karri Visitors Centre is located near the town centre and combines the Tourist Centre, Pioneer Museum and the Karri Forest Discovery Centre, all of which help give visitors a first-rate introduction to the region. A special audio-visual on the forests ought not to be missed.

    Margaret River > Pemberton | 150 kms

    Karri Valley Resort

Gloucester National Park, Pemberton

Day 9

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Albany

Visit timber and art galleries in Pemberton and then make your way to Albany via Northcliffe and Walpole. Stop off at Northcliffe’s famous forest sculpture walk. Visit the Giant Tingle Tree and see the only place in WA where the Forest meets the water. Continue your journey and take a stroll along the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk (at own expense). Don’t miss the Elephant Rocks and Greens Pool near Denmark. Continue onto Albany which overlooks Princess Royal Harbour and many elevated vantage points around the town provide spectacular views.

Denmark is nestled on the banks of the Denmark River with magnificent forests that sweep down to meet the sea. The river flows into the protected Wilson Inlet, which in turn flows in to the Southern Ocean. The town is therefore a series of continuous images, all of them stunning.

Albany was Western Australia’s first settlement and was once a major whaling centre. It has numerous white sandy beaches and spectacular coastal scenery. In the town itself there are over 50 historic buildings, many of which have been developed as museums, display galleries of restaurants. The whaling museum, named Whaleworld, details the whales and the whaling operation that once flourished here. Surfing and diving are also popular activities in the area and a wreck has been sunk in the Sound as an artificial reef, making it a popular dive site.

    Pemberton > Albany | 260 kms

    The Clarence on Melville, Albany

Little Beach, Albany

Day 10

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Albany

It’s time to take a break and explore Albany today. Walk the Amity Trail and take in a visit to Whaleworld, the only whaling museum created from an operational whaling station. Between June and October watch out for magnificent humpback and southern right whales, who pause to play in the surrounding waters. There are many scenic walks to explore the magnificent coastline.

    The Clarence on Melville, Albany

Albany, Western Australia

Day 11

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Perth

Depart for Perth today taking the Albany Highway. North of Albany you may wish to visit the Stirling Range National Park – the only Alpine area in Western Australia. Another good stop on the way back to Perth is at Kodja Place in Kojonup. The centre provides an insight into rural life, as well as a history of Aboriginal life in the region.

    Albany > Perth | 410 kms
Perth, Western Australia

Day 12 to 16

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Sydney

This morning, board your flight to Sydney or, if time permits, travel transcontinental on the impressive Indian Pacific train, one of the world’s great rail journeys.

Spend the next 6 days exploring the sights and sounds of Sydney from the icons of Circular Quay to the restaurants and bars of Darling Harbour.

Soak up the famous beach culture at one of the many beaches which are in easy reach of the city. Catch the ferry to neighbouring Manly, or spend a few leisurely hours enjoying the picturesque walk from Bondi to Coogee Beach.

    Sydney hotel

Sydney Harbour, Australia

Day 17 to 20

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Bali

The coastal theme of this holiday concludes with a 4 night stay on the Indonesian Island of Bali. Relax on the glorious beaches around Sanur and Nusa Dua, marvel at the rice terraces and mountain scenery of its lush green centre or take an optional excursion to the outlying Gili Islands and neighbouring Lombok.

    Bali hotel

Ubud, Bali

Day 21

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Farewell

It is time to say farewell as you board your flight home with a host of memories.

This Holiday Includes

20 nights accommodation
5 nights car hire, with unlimited kilometeres

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, Australia and Bali
  • Activities and day tours in Singapore, Australia and Bali

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Australia, Singapore & Bali

21 day Holiday Idea – from £1759

With flights from £3209

Prices are per person, based on two people sharing a double or twin room. Flights, hotels and tours are subject to availability and seasonal variations may apply. Please call Freedom Destinations for details.

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