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SAVE UP TO £190 Sydney, Rock & Reef

Sydney, Rock & Reef - 12 nights

(Sydney – Ayers Rock – Great Barrier Reef)
New South Wales – Northern Territory - Queensland

6 nights B&B - 3* Travelodge Sydney
Exclusive Stay 3 Pay 2

2 nights B&B - 3.5* Outback Pioneer Hotel, Ayers Rock
Reduced rates
Free breakfast

4 nights RO- Palm Royale Cairns
Reduced Rates

Departure dates: 26 Oct - 08 Nov 14
Book by: 09 May 14

A perfect introduction for the first time visitor to Australia, this short itinerary combines all the iconic attractions of Sydney, Ayers Rock and the Great Barrier Reef. You’ll spend time in super-cool Sydney, cruise on the harbour, enjoy views of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge and surf over to Bondi Beach to experience how the cool city vibe continues beach-side. The buzz of this vibrant city is a sharp contrast to the peace and tranquility which will envelop you as you move on to Ayers Rock, where you’ll witness the most amazing sunrise and sunsets. Finally, you’ll arrive in Cairns, home to the Great Barrier Reef - one of the seven wonders of the world. Snorkel, dive or choose to take a glass bottom boat to experience this colourful underwater world. This holiday includes a full day aboard a Quicksilver cruise, where a friendly crew will take you to the very edge of Australia’s continental shelf, for an awesome outer reef adventure. Ashore, there’s plenty to keep you busy with shops, markets, restaurants, bars and nightlife, but don’t miss the amazing wildlife and nature, including the world’s most ancient rainforest, the Daintree.

London from
£1729
per person
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£1779
per person
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£1769
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£1729
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SAVE UP TO £375 Pacific Coast Highway

Pacific Coast Highway - 12 nights

(Sydney – Hunter Valley – Port Stephens – Byron Bay – Brisbane)
New South Wales – Queensland

4 nights RO Sydney - 3* Holiday Inn Potts Point

2 nights B&B Hunter Valley - 4* Hunter Valley Resort
Free daily buffet breakfast Free vineyard tour and wine tasting Free entry to Hunter Wine Theatre Free cheese tasting at Binnorie Dairy

2 nights B&B Port Stephens - 4* Anchorage Port Stephens Reduced rates

1 night RO Byron Bay - 4* Lord Byron Resort

3 nights RO Gold Coast - Australis Sovereign Hotel 3.5*, Surfers Paradise

Includes 13 days economy car hire

Departure dates: 20 - 30 Jun 14
Book by: 30 Apr 14

The Pacific Coast touring route stretches 1,736 miles between Sydney and Brisbane, providing the ultimate combination of stunning coastline and magnificent hinterland. Plus the beauty of this holiday is that you control the pace and the itinerary, ensuring that you get to take in all the sights you want to see. Explore the sparkling beaches, vibrant city chic and lush hinterland of the Central Coast, the wineries of the Hunter Valley and the picturesque inlets of Port Stephens. Work on your swing in a rainforest golf course on the Coffs Coast and work on your tan on the beach in Byron Bay. Dive with brightly coloured fish in Solitary Islands Marine Park or into the bright lights of the Gold Coast. This scenic drive takes you from Sydney to Brisbane, offering sweeping beaches, sleepy villages, mossy rainforests, adventure and relaxation along the way.

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£1439
per person
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£1419
per person
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£1589
per person
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£1429
per person
SAVE UP TO £465 Discover Queensland: Brisbane to Cairns

Discover Queensland: Brisbane to Cairns - 11 nights

(Brisbane – Noosa – Airlie Beach – Cairns)
Queensland

3 nights RO 3* Ibis Brisbane

3 nights RO 4* Australis Noosa Lakes Reduced rates

2 nights RO 3.5* Club Croc Hotel, Airlie Beach
Reduced rates for 2 nights or more

3 nights RO 3.5* Ibis Styles Cairns Colonial Club

Includes 11 days economy car hire

Departure dates: 01 - 10 Sep 14
Book by: 30 Apr 14

Queensland – beach life doesn’t get much better than this! Commonly referred to as Australia’s ‘Sunshine State’ - with the Great Barrier Reef offshore, amazing islands and even more amazing beaches - Queensland offers visitors the ultimate in year-round activities and adventures, it is the epitome of paradise. Start in the young, vibrant city of Brisbane, which enjoys an enviable climate, so it’s an ideal place to visit whatever the time of year. You’ll then head out on your adventure to Noosa, via the Bruce Highway. Noosa has a cosmopolitan atmosphere, coupled with an area of natural beauty - the headland is a National Park and there are many wonderful walks to meander along. You’ll then head to the gateway of the Whitsunday’s, Airlie Beach, perfectly positioned amongst hundreds of Great Barrier Reef islands. Discover the natural beauty of one of the seven wonders of the world, both above and below the water, and relax and unwind as you soak up sunshine, and take in the natural beauty of this tropical like paradise. Finally you’ll head back along the Bruce Highway to Cairns, this is an awesome coastal drive where you’ll have the chance to pit stop at many colonial towns before your arrival in cosmopolitan Cairns.

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£1329
per person
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£1329
per person
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£1349
per person
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£1299
per person
SAVE UP TO £380 Discover Queensland: Brisbane to Cairns

Cairns & The Great Barrier Reef & Darwin – 10 nights

(Darwin – Cairns – Quicksilver Reef Cruise – Trinity Beach)
Northern Territory – Queensland

4 nights RO 4* Darwin Central Hotel

3 nights RO 3.5* Palm Royale Cairns Reduced rates

Quicksilver Outer Barrier Reef Cruise Ex Cairns Hotel Exclusive Buy 1 and get 1 half price.

3 nights B&B 3* Blue Lagoon Trinity Beach

Departure dates: 26 Oct - 08 Nov 14
Book by: 09 May 14

Discover the best of balmy Darwin, a vibrant and multicultural city, which sits on a huge harbour on the Timor Sea. Walk or bike ride through the tropical parklands, see Aboriginal art in the museum and taste the city’s multicultural mix at Mindil Beach Sunset Markets. Visit chic Cullen Bay Marina and take a heritage walk round the wharf. Beyond Darwin, you can cruise next to acrobatic crocodiles on the Adelaide River and swim beneath waterfalls in the tangled green jungle of Litchfield National Park. Traverse cross country to Cairns, a fun coastal town situated in the heart of tropical North Queensland, where you’ll simply love the easy-going lifestyle. With rainforests and reefs on its doorstep, from Cairns you can swim, snorkel and dive at the World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef, immerse yourself in the World Heritage Wet Tropics Rainforest, or take the scenic railway to the tranquil, butterfly-fringed village of Kuranda. This holiday includes a full day aboard a Quicksilver cruise, where a friendly crew will take you to the very edge of Australia’s continental shelf, for an awesome outer reef adventure. Step ashore once more for a stay in Trinity Beach, Cairns’ favourite beach. There’s a really relaxed atmosphere here, with the emphasis on choice, to do as little or be as active as you like. Within easy reach of the heart of Cairns you’ll experience the difference of a stay at Trinity Beach and agree this is a really refreshing holiday destination.

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£1499
per person
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£1569
per person
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£1495
per person
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£1459
per person
SAVE UP TO £280 Explore Cairns to Brisbane - An Apollo Campervan Holiday

Explore Cairns to Brisbane - An Apollo Campervan Holiday – 12 nights

(Apollo Campervan – Cairns – Glasshouse Mountains – Brisbane)
Queensland

1 night RO 3.5* Palm Royal Cairns

10 days Apollo Campervan
Reduced rates

1 night RO 3.5* Glasshouse Mountains Eco Lodge - Glasshouse Mountains

Departure dates: 03 Jun 14
Book by: 15 May 14

With over 800 miles of stunning coastline dotted with exciting attractions between Cairns and Brisbane there is no shortage of sights to explore. A self-drive holiday is a fantastic way to see all on offer; escape the crowds, throw the itinerary away and travel at your own pace. Start in the easy-going tropical city of Cairns, stroll around the shops, restaurants and bars or laze by the lagoon pool. Also the gateway to some of the world’s greatest natural wonders, the Great Barrier Reef and the ancient Daintree Rainforest are not to be missed before making your way down the coast. As you set out on the open road you’ll be spoilt for choice with places to stop. From the colonial towns of Townsville and Rockhampton, to the off-shore paradise isles of The Whitsundays and World Heritage-listed Fraser Island the activities on offer are endless. Discover rich histories, visit museums and galleries, take to the water and try scuba diving and white water rafting, or make use of the miles of golden beaches and simply sit back and relax. A scheduled stop awaits in the Glass House Mountains National Park, where volcanic peaks tower over pine plantations, bushland and cultivated fields. As a heritage listed national park outstanding natural beauty comes as standard, as does tranquility, and perfectly illustrates the diversity of Australia’s stunning scenery. Your adventure ends in vibrant Brisbane, where you can shop at the riverside markets, cruise the river and see Australia’s unique wildlife at famous Australia Zoo.

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£1059
per person
Manchester from
£1079
per person
Glasgow from
£1099
per person
Brimingham from
£1119
per person
SAVE UP TO £580 The Great Ocean Road Melbourne to Adelaide Self Drive

The Great Ocean Road Melbourne to Adelaide Self Drive – 11 nights

(Sydney - Bondi Beach – Blue Mountains – Coogee)
New South Wales

4 nights RO 3* Ibis Melbourne Little Bourke Street
Stay 4 Pay 3

1 night B&B 3.5* Comfort Inn The International Apollo Bay
Free breakfast 1 night RO 3* Comfort Inn Port Fairy

1 night RO 3.5* Best Western Melaleuca, Robe

1 night RO 4* McCracken Country Club, Victor Harbour

3 nights RO 3.5* Mercure Grosvenor Adelaide
Stay 2 nights or more and receive a free upgrade from Standard to Superior room, plus free WiFi and free parking.

Includes 12 days economy car hire

Departure dates: 01 Jul 14
Book by: 30 Apr 14

Travel from Melbourne to Adelaide along the country’s breathtaking south-east coastline, known as the Great Ocean Road. Start in the culture capital of Australia, Melbourne. Famed for a non-stop programme of festivals, buzzing cafés and bars, sports events and a unique cityscape combining Victorian-era architecture and Manhattan-style skyscrapers. Leaving the city behind, travel through a diverse and dramatic region which takes in surf beaches, historic ports, whale lookouts, breathtaking mountain ranges, rainforests and national parks. Explore the rugged coastline, seeing the monster waves at Bells Beach, swim and surf in Apollo Bay, relax on golden sands and take in the Twelve Apostles rising majestically out of the ocean. A great place to spot native animals, keep your eyes peeled along the route and don’t miss the opportunity to discover vibrant Aboriginal culture. In-land, walk through the canopies of ancient trees and follow sparkling gorges at Great Otway National Park. At the end of the Great Ocean Road lies the small and elegant city of Adelaide surrounded by parklands. Enjoy the Mediterranean climate and the relaxed and indulgent life style. A city of cafes and restaurants - be sure to sample the fantastic cuisine on offer.

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£1319
per person
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£1319
per person
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£1449
per person
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£1449
per person
SAVE UP TO £390 Adelaide to Alice Springs Self Drive Adventure

Adelaide to Alice Springs Self Drive Adventure – 13 nights

(Adelaide – Jucy Camper Van – Alice Springs)
South Australia – Northern Territory

1 night RO 3* Breakfree Directors Studios Adelaide

10 Days Jucy Camper Van - Crib /Grande Vehicles

2 nights RO 3.5*Outback Pioneer
Stay 2 nights or more and receive a reduced rate plus full breakfast daily.

Departure dates: 01 - 23 Sep 14
Book by: 30 Apr 14

Head north through the core of Australia for the drive of your life! The blue print for many famed Australian walkabouts, this itinerary takes you from the sweeping Adelaide plains and the majestic Flinders Ranges of South Australia, to the ochre heart of the ‘Red Centre’. Adelaide is small and elegant, surrounded by scenic parkland. The climate is balmy Mediterranean, the dining is superb and the lifestyle is relaxed and indulgent. You’re sure of a chic stay here. You’ll step out of coastal territory onto Stuart Highway, also know as the Explorer’s Way, which runs right up to Darwin. Take in an ever changing landscape as you journey through flora and fauna into Australia’s Northern Territory. With very few towns in-between this can be a truly spiritual experience as you become one with the soul of Australia. This is one of the easiest outback road trips to navigate, with smooth roads that perfectly contrast the natural, rugged landscape. Arrive in the historic town of Alice Springs, the gateway to Central Australia and the perfect base from which to a host of natural monuments, the colourful Outback culture and ancient Aborigine origins.

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£1359
per person
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£1399
per person
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£1419
per person
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£1389
per person
SAVE UP TO £310 Sydney & Surrounds

Sydney & Surrounds - 12 nights

(Sydney - Bondi Beach – Blue Mountains – Coogee)
New South Wales

7 nights RO 4* Seasons Harbour Plaza
Stay 3 nights or more and save 15% with free upgrade to One Bedroom Premier.

2 for 1 Exclusive Bondi Surf Experience (Let's Go Surfing).
Valid 01 April - 30 Sep 14 (max 2ppl per booking)

3 nights RO 3* Best Western Alpine Motor Inn, Blue Mountains

2 nights RO 4* Adina Apartment Hotel Coogee

Includes 5 days economy car hire

Departure dates: 12 Jun - 15 Jul 14
Book by: 31 May 14

When it comes to which is Australia’s truly global city, there’s no question, it simply has to be Sydney - with its sense of style, its love of sport and exuberant celebrations. The city has an eclectic cultural life and a dynamic restaurant scene. The vibrant cityscape blends outstanding contemporary and colonial architecture, where Sydney’s beaches and five major national parks create yet more unforgettable experiences. Built around one of the world’s most spectacular harbours there’s a whole host awesome adventures in this area alone, including views of the iconic Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. Beach life is also big here, as one of the world’s most famous beaches, Bondi Beach, beckons. Whether you want to get your surf up with a fantastic surf experience offer available, or laze back and relax, Bondi Beach is a treasure you won’t forget. This holiday also includes time out to the beautiful Blue Mountains, a unique World Heritage region just a stone’s throw from Sydney. Explore temperate rainforests, towering sandstone escarpments and just enjoy being far from the madding crowd in this wonderful part of the world. Back in Sydney, Coogee Beach beckons, less glamourous but no less beautiful than Bondi, a stay in Coogee Beach will see you enjoying swathes of sweeping sands, green open spaces just perfect for an afternoon ‘barbie’ and the ocean here is great for swimming. Sydney and surrounds offers the complete diverse Australian experience giving you the opportunity to encounter a variety of awesome Australian life, scenery and experiences.

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£1449
per person
Manchester from
£1469
per person
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£1549
per person
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£1459
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SAVE UP TO £225 Melbourne & More

Melbourne & More - 12 nights

(Melbourne – Mornington Peninsula – Philip Island – Care Hire)
Victoria

6 nights RO 4* Melbourne - Seasons Heritage Melbourne
3 nights RO 4* Brooklands Mornington Peninsula
3 nights RO 4* Ramada Resort Philip Island

Includes 7 days economy car hire

Departure dates: 01 - 24 Sep 14
Book by: N/A

Australia's second largest city and capital of Victoria, stylish Melbourne, is known for great festivals, shopping and a passion for food, wine and fabulous arts. Set around the shores of Port Phillip Bay, the city itself has a lively cosmopolitan pulse, with buzzing cafes and trendy bars, botanic gardens, sports stadiums and Manhattan-style skyscrapers. Yet the surrounding areas each have their own distinct character and personality, making them a must-see for anyone wanting to experience what life here is really all about. An area synonymous with fine food, let the Mornington Peninsula tempt you with its wineries - with over 50 cellar doors, plus beautiful coastal walks and every type of watersport you could wish for. Travel onwards to Phillip Island where you'll be surrounded by some of the best surf beaches in Victoria. A wildlife haven, here you'll find the famous Little Penguins in their natural habit at Summerland Beach, and be amazed as they waddle up the beach after a day's fishing. This beautiful island is also a bird watcher's paradise, and you'll find an array of walking trails, lookout points and wildlife cruises on offer.

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£1319
per person
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£1319
per person
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£1449
per person
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£1319
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SAVE UP TO £580 Perth, Pinnacles & Parks

Perth, Pinnacles & Parks – 11 nights

(Perth – Margaret River – Freemantle – Cevantes – Kalbarri)
Western Australia

4 Nights 3* Sullivans Perth

8 days Apollo Campervan
Reduced Rates

Pick up/drop off Perth
Departure dates: 10 - 15 Oct 14
Book by: 31 May 14

Enjoy the bright, sunny climate of Perth, framed by the wonderful coastline to the west and rolling hills to the east. A vibrant city situated between the banks of the peaceful Swan River and the natural bushland of Kings Park - the perfect city from which to explore the country's best beaches, amazing marine adventure and the rich tapestry of cultural attractions. Head south to Busselton, home to the longest jetty in the Southern Hemisphere, before arriving at the township of Margaret River - famed for its wine, stunning coastline, multi-chambered caves and mysterious karri (eucalyptus) forests. Travel northbound (perhaps visiting Mammoth Cave and Cape Leewin Lighthouse enroute) and arrive at the coastal town of Mandurah for a leisurely seafood lunch before heading to Fremantle, a centre of cosmopolitan cafés and old restored buildings. Continue north and get ready to experience the best of the west coast’s natural and wildlife wonders. After arriving at the fishing village of Cervantes, you’ll head into Nambung National Park and marvel at the astounding landscape of the Pinnacles Desert, as you wonder at the limestone structures. Complete your west coast experience with a visit to Kalbarri and head into Kalbarri National Park to see for yourself ‘Hawkes Head’, one of the area’s most spectacular red river gorges.

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£1085
per person
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£1099
per person
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£1125
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£1185
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