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4WD Fraser Island, South Queensland
Story Bridge in Brisbane
Noosa National Park, Queensland
View Of Cairns, North Queensland, Australia
Uluru, Northern Territory
Australia
Melbourne, Victoria
Apollo Bay, Victoria
Port Fairy Lighthouse, Victoria
Gambier
Barossa Valley, South Australia
Adelaide, South Australia
Adelaide Hills, South Australia

Ultimate Australia

32 day Holiday Idea – from £3999

With flights from £5749

This dream holiday combines Australia’s finest cities, the spectacular Fraser Island and the iconic Red Centre with a relaxed stay in tropical North Queensland.

Highlights:
  • Immerse yourself in the cities of Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide
  • Enjoy an extended stay on beautiful Fraser Island
  • Relax in tropical Cairns
  • Discover Uluru and Kings Canyon on an Outback tour
  • Take a leisurely drive along the breathtaking Great Ocean Road

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.

Story Bridge in Brisbane

Day 1 to 2 – Brisbane

Arrive into the sunny state to spend two nights in Brisbane. This friendly and relaxed city…

Arrive into the sunny state to spend two nights in Brisbane. This friendly and relaxed city has beautiful parklands and trendy suburbs, coffee shops, markets and bars, it’ll be the perfect start to your Australia adventure. Highlights in the region include the famous Australia Zoo, Nature Coast, Gold Coast and Moreton Island, whatever you decide, there’s plenty to see and do over the next few days.

Story Bridge in Brisbane
Noosa National Park, Queensland

Day 3 to 5 – Noosa

After picking up your car hire from the city depot head north this morning to explore…

After picking up your car hire from the city depot head north this morning to explore the lavish coastal town of Noosa and relax on the water’s edge. Shop and dine on the famous Hastings Street, enjoy the spectacular seaside views or hike through the National Park with great photo stops along the way.

Noosa National Park, Queensland
4WD Fraser Island, South Queensland

Day 6 to 7 – Fraser Island

Take the ferry transfer over to Fraser Island for a two night stay. Stretching over 70…

Take the ferry transfer over to Fraser Island for a two night stay. Stretching over 70 miles along the southern coast of Queensland, Fraser Island is the world’s largest sand island. Teeming with unique wildlife and many native plants, the island boasts uninterrupted beaches, tall lush rainforests and crystal clear freshwater lakes. Spend your days discovering all of Fraser Island’s hidden gems.

Read more about your Fraser Island explorer

4WD Fraser Island, South Queensland
View Of Cairns, North Queensland, Australia

Day 8 to 14 – Cairns

Fly from one end of Queensland to the other as you arrive into the tropical paradise…

Fly from one end of Queensland to the other as you arrive into the tropical paradise of Cairns for seven nights of rainforest and palm fringed beaches. The laid-back town of Cairns is the main access point to the spectacular Great Barrier Reef and is where you can snorkel amongst the coral and colourful marine life. Here you can explore the lush rainforests, relax under the palms, stroll along the soft sands and dine along the bustling esplanade.

View Of Cairns, North Queensland, Australia
Uluru, Northern Territory

Day 15 to 17 – Uluru & Kings Canyon

For a complete Red Centre experience, this four day Red Centre Highlights tour will…

For a complete Red Centre experience, this four day Red Centre Highlights tour will lead you to the Olgas, the iconic Ayers Rock and the awe-inspiring Kings Canyon. Walk the edges of Kings Canyon for spectacular views, or delve into the rich history of the region.

Uluru, Northern Territory
Australia

Day 18 to 21 – Sydney

Leave the quietness of the outback behind as you fly to Australia’s most exciting city, Sydney….

Leave the quietness of the outback behind as you fly to Australia’s most exciting city, Sydney. Climb the iconic Sydney Bridge for fantastic views of the Opera house and Sydney Harbour. Explore the coastal beaches and lively city life, or head out of the city towards the Blue Mountains and Hunter Valley for some spectacular scenery.

Australia
Melbourne, Victoria

Day 22 to 24 – Melbourne

Following a short internal flight to Melbourne, spend three nights exploring the eclectic culture around the…

Following a short internal flight to Melbourne, spend three nights exploring the eclectic culture around the city. From lively bars, coffee strips and cafes to arts and craft, food and wine, to spectacular scenery, this cosmopolitan city boasts a hive or activity all year round. A must see on the list is Phillip Island or if you have some spare time why not take a drive to Mornington Peninsula.

Melbourne, Victoria
Apollo Bay, Victoria

Day 25 – Apollo Bay

On leaving Melbourne, cross the West Gate Bridge and take the Princes Highway to Geelong, the…

On leaving Melbourne, cross the West Gate Bridge and take the Princes Highway to Geelong, the largest provincial city in Victoria. From Geelong travel to Torquay, the start of the Great Ocean Road, and recognised as the surfing capital of Australia.

Stop at the nearby famous Bells Beach to watch the professional surfers move effortlessly over the waves or the beautiful Erskine Falls. The scenic coastline from Lorne to Apollo Bay has been described as one of the most beautiful and breathtaking drives in the world.

    Melbourne > Apollo Bay | 187 kms

    Comfort Inn The International

Apollo Bay, Victoria
Port Fairy Lighthouse, Victoria

Day 26 – Port Fairy

This morning travel along the fabulous Great Ocean Road to Port Campbell. See the amazing rock…

This morning travel along the fabulous Great Ocean Road to Port Campbell. See the amazing rock formations of the Twelve Apostles, which are huge stone pillars sticking out of the surf, carved over time by the crashing Southern Ocean waves. Travelling on past Port Campbell you will see London Bridge – the broken arch. Continuing the ‘Shipwreck Coast’ begins, from Port Campbell and Warrnambool and on to Port Fairy.

Port Fairy This delightful little fishing port and seaside resort at the mouth of the Moyne River is one of the oldest settlements in Victoria, having been home to sealers and whalers in the early years of the 19th century. There are 50 buildings classified as historic by the National Trust, so well worth a look around this town.

    Apollo Bay > Port Fairy | 188 kms

    Seacombe House

Port Fairy Lighthouse, Victoria
Gambier

Day 27 – Robe

Your drive continues via Portland and Cape Nelson, along the coast directly to Mount Gambier, and…

Your drive continues via Portland and Cape Nelson, along the coast directly to Mount Gambier, and then on to Robe, via Millicent.

Portland founded a year earlier then Port Fairy, in 1834, this busy deep-water port is the oldest permanent settlement in Victoria. To the southwest are the spectacular seascapes of Cape Nelson and the blowholes and petrified forest of Cape Bridgewater.

Mt. Gambier is located southeast of Adelaide on the slopes of an extinct volcano. Mt. Gambier has two famous attractions, the Blue Lake and the Cave in the centre of the city. As a consequence the town is known as ‘Blue Lake City’ or the ‘City around a Cave’. The lake is famous for its change of colour from winter grey to intense blue in November each year. It remains blue until late March, and aside from its beauty, is the City’s source of domestic water.

    Port Fairy > Robe | 290 kms

    Robe House B&B

Gambier
Barossa Valley, South Australia

Day 28 – Barossa Valley

Continue on to Kingston and travel towards Adelaide, travelling along the Coorong National Park skirting Lake…

Continue on to Kingston and travel towards Adelaide, travelling along the Coorong National Park skirting Lake Albert and Lake Alexandria. Travel to the towns of Tailem Bend and Murray Bridge. Travel through Mannum, Mt Pleasant and Angaston. Mannum is one of the oldest towns located on the Murray River and has an historic and lively past.

Your overnight stop will be staying within the famous Barossa Valley, one of Australia’s most famous wine producing areas. It is a warm and intimate place of charming old towns, the vineyards spreading across undulating hills in well-tended, precise rows.

    Robe > Barossa Valley | 350 kms

    The Wine Vine Hotel

Barossa Valley, South Australia
Adelaide, South Australia

Day 29 to 31 – Adelaide

Spend three nights in South Australia’s capital city, Adelaide. Soak up Adelaide’s colonial past. Browse the…

Spend three nights in South Australia’s capital city, Adelaide. Soak up Adelaide’s colonial past. Browse the many museums and leafy streets, relax on the beaches or enjoy the weekend markets. For food and wine lovers head to the nearby Barossa and Clare Valleys, trek the rugged coastline, or cruise the Murray River for fantastic views.

Adelaide, South Australia
Adelaide Hills, South Australia

Day 32 – Farewell

Spend your last day enjoying Adelaide before you make your way back to the UK.

Spend your last day enjoying Adelaide before you make your way back to the UK.

Adelaide Hills, South Australia

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 2

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Brisbane

Arrive into the sunny state to spend two nights in Brisbane. This friendly and relaxed city has beautiful parklands and trendy suburbs, coffee shops, markets and bars, it’ll be the perfect start to your Australia adventure. Highlights in the region include the famous Australia Zoo, Nature Coast, Gold Coast and Moreton Island, whatever you decide, there’s plenty to see and do over the next few days.

Story Bridge in Brisbane

Day 3 to 5

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Noosa

After picking up your car hire from the city depot head north this morning to explore the lavish coastal town of Noosa and relax on the water’s edge. Shop and dine on the famous Hastings Street, enjoy the spectacular seaside views or hike through the National Park with great photo stops along the way.

Noosa National Park, Queensland

Day 6 to 7

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Fraser Island

Take the ferry transfer over to Fraser Island for a two night stay. Stretching over 70 miles along the southern coast of Queensland, Fraser Island is the world’s largest sand island. Teeming with unique wildlife and many native plants, the island boasts uninterrupted beaches, tall lush rainforests and crystal clear freshwater lakes. Spend your days discovering all of Fraser Island’s hidden gems.

Read more about your Fraser Island explorer

4WD Fraser Island, South Queensland

Day 8 to 14

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Cairns

Fly from one end of Queensland to the other as you arrive into the tropical paradise of Cairns for seven nights of rainforest and palm fringed beaches. The laid-back town of Cairns is the main access point to the spectacular Great Barrier Reef and is where you can snorkel amongst the coral and colourful marine life. Here you can explore the lush rainforests, relax under the palms, stroll along the soft sands and dine along the bustling esplanade.

View Of Cairns, North Queensland, Australia

Day 15 to 17

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Uluru & Kings Canyon

For a complete Red Centre experience, this four day Red Centre Highlights tour will lead you to the Olgas, the iconic Ayers Rock and the awe-inspiring Kings Canyon. Walk the edges of Kings Canyon for spectacular views, or delve into the rich history of the region.

Uluru, Northern Territory

Day 18 to 21

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Sydney

Leave the quietness of the outback behind as you fly to Australia’s most exciting city, Sydney. Climb the iconic Sydney Bridge for fantastic views of the Opera house and Sydney Harbour. Explore the coastal beaches and lively city life, or head out of the city towards the Blue Mountains and Hunter Valley for some spectacular scenery.

Australia

Day 22 to 24

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Melbourne

Following a short internal flight to Melbourne, spend three nights exploring the eclectic culture around the city. From lively bars, coffee strips and cafes to arts and craft, food and wine, to spectacular scenery, this cosmopolitan city boasts a hive or activity all year round. A must see on the list is Phillip Island or if you have some spare time why not take a drive to Mornington Peninsula.

Melbourne, Victoria

Day 25

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Apollo Bay

On leaving Melbourne, cross the West Gate Bridge and take the Princes Highway to Geelong, the largest provincial city in Victoria. From Geelong travel to Torquay, the start of the Great Ocean Road, and recognised as the surfing capital of Australia.

Stop at the nearby famous Bells Beach to watch the professional surfers move effortlessly over the waves or the beautiful Erskine Falls. The scenic coastline from Lorne to Apollo Bay has been described as one of the most beautiful and breathtaking drives in the world.

    Melbourne > Apollo Bay | 187 kms

    Comfort Inn The International

Apollo Bay, Victoria

Day 26

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Port Fairy

This morning travel along the fabulous Great Ocean Road to Port Campbell. See the amazing rock formations of the Twelve Apostles, which are huge stone pillars sticking out of the surf, carved over time by the crashing Southern Ocean waves. Travelling on past Port Campbell you will see London Bridge – the broken arch. Continuing the ‘Shipwreck Coast’ begins, from Port Campbell and Warrnambool and on to Port Fairy.

Port Fairy This delightful little fishing port and seaside resort at the mouth of the Moyne River is one of the oldest settlements in Victoria, having been home to sealers and whalers in the early years of the 19th century. There are 50 buildings classified as historic by the National Trust, so well worth a look around this town.

    Apollo Bay > Port Fairy | 188 kms

    Seacombe House

Port Fairy Lighthouse, Victoria

Day 27

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Robe

Your drive continues via Portland and Cape Nelson, along the coast directly to Mount Gambier, and then on to Robe, via Millicent.

Portland founded a year earlier then Port Fairy, in 1834, this busy deep-water port is the oldest permanent settlement in Victoria. To the southwest are the spectacular seascapes of Cape Nelson and the blowholes and petrified forest of Cape Bridgewater.

Mt. Gambier is located southeast of Adelaide on the slopes of an extinct volcano. Mt. Gambier has two famous attractions, the Blue Lake and the Cave in the centre of the city. As a consequence the town is known as ‘Blue Lake City’ or the ‘City around a Cave’. The lake is famous for its change of colour from winter grey to intense blue in November each year. It remains blue until late March, and aside from its beauty, is the City’s source of domestic water.

    Port Fairy > Robe | 290 kms

    Robe House B&B

Gambier

Day 28

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Barossa Valley

Continue on to Kingston and travel towards Adelaide, travelling along the Coorong National Park skirting Lake Albert and Lake Alexandria. Travel to the towns of Tailem Bend and Murray Bridge. Travel through Mannum, Mt Pleasant and Angaston. Mannum is one of the oldest towns located on the Murray River and has an historic and lively past.

Your overnight stop will be staying within the famous Barossa Valley, one of Australia’s most famous wine producing areas. It is a warm and intimate place of charming old towns, the vineyards spreading across undulating hills in well-tended, precise rows.

    Robe > Barossa Valley | 350 kms

    The Wine Vine Hotel

Barossa Valley, South Australia

Day 29 to 31

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Adelaide

Spend three nights in South Australia’s capital city, Adelaide. Soak up Adelaide’s colonial past. Browse the many museums and leafy streets, relax on the beaches or enjoy the weekend markets. For food and wine lovers head to the nearby Barossa and Clare Valleys, trek the rugged coastline, or cruise the Murray River for fantastic views.

Adelaide, South Australia

Day 32

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Farewell

Spend your last day enjoying Adelaide before you make your way back to the UK.

Adelaide Hills, South Australia

This Holiday Includes

31 nights accommodation
7 nights car hire, with unlimited kilometres

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 Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide or anywhere en route
  • A Sydney Harbour Bridge climb
  • A Blue Mountains 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.

Ultimate Australia

32 day Holiday Idea – from £3999

With flights from £5749

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. Call Freedom Destinations for details.

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