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Destinations Show, Olympia

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Don’t forget we will be at Destinations Show at Olympia, London, on February 02, 03, 04 and 05. Find us on Stand AC32 which we are sharing with the American company Uncruise Adventures. Most of the team will be there over the 4 days and would love to see a friendly face or two. This is one of the biggest travel shows in the U.K and a great place to find new destinations and experiences that would suit you. If you have a particular place in mind for your holiday next year (or the year after) give us a call to book an appointment with our team expert for that part of the world. However we will be very pleased to see you as and when you are free.

For your free tickets to Destinations Show, please go to: http://www.destinationsshow.com/london/form/registration  and then type in MSC97 in the appropriate place.

We look forward to seeing you at either event.

Good News For Locals!

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Good News – Cathay Pacific has announced that they will be launching a new service offering direct flights from Gatwick to Hong Kong four times a week. This is in addition to their longstanding routes between Heathrow and Hong Kong, and between Manchester and Hong Kong.

This new route is great news for those living in the South East wishing to visit Australia and New Zealand, as there will be connections through to key hubs in both countries from Hong Kong.

The new service is due to commence in September 2016 with Cathay Pacific’s new Airbus A350-900 with refreshed Business Class cabin and new Premium Economy Class seats.

Hong Kong makes a great stopover location, as well as a holiday destination in its own right. For more information on this, and how these flights could work well for your future holiday plans, give us a call on 01323 446550, or email us at info@experienceholidays.co.uk.

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Top Tips for Queensland, Australia

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We’ve detailed below our top tips for visitors to Queensland – a useful guide for those thinking about a future holiday.

  • Allow plenty of time! The state covers a vast area so if you’re limited on time, choose one or two regions and explore them thoroughly. For example, it would be easy to spend two weeks just exploring the areas surrounding Brisbane.

 

  • Northern Queensland has a tropical climate and two seasons – wet and dry. We recommend travelling in the dry season, between May and October. This also avoids the box jellyfish season too.

 

  • Southern Queensland has four seasons – but prides itself on the fact that it usually receives 300 sunny days a year! This part of the state is a year-round destination.

 

  • Take a cruise to the Great Barrier Reef by small yacht – with limited passenger numbers you’ll have a more individual experience of this Wonder of the World.

 

  • Go whale watching! From August until October, humpback whales can be found off the Fraser Coast as they nurture their young, play and socialise.

 

  • For an idyllic end to a Queensland trip, include stay on one of the many beautiful islands of the Great Barrier Reef or the Whitsundays – there are options to suit most budgets.

 

  • Whilst we’d usually suggest visitors self-drive in Queensland, if you’re not keen or not able to do so, consider taking the Spirit of Queensland train between Cairns and Brisbane – you can stop en route for stays in plenty of places of interest.

 

  • Search for wildlife! The state is not only home to the Great Barrier Reef, but also has plenty of land creatures to see, from koalas and kangaroos to platypus. crocodiles and the elusive cassowary. We can suggest the right places to give you the best chance of seeing the wildlife.

 

  • For a true outback experience, take the ‘Spirit of the Outback’ train to Longreach, home of cattle stations, the Qantas Founders Museum and Stockman’s Hall of Fame.

 

For more information, and for assistance planning a holiday to Queensland, call us on 01323 446550, email us at info@experienceholidays.co.uk or see our website www.experienceholidays.co.uk.

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Northern Queensland Flora & Fauna

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Explore the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest along with the Atherton Tablelands, with plenty of opportunities to see the wide variety of flora and fauna of this fascinating region.

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Northern Queensland Flora & Fauna

The dry season in tropical north Queensland runs from June to October and is the ideal time to explore this region, especially the far north which is off the beaten track and simply beautiful. This itinerary covers the more commonly visited destinations, such as Palm Cove, Port Douglas and the Daintree, but also includes a couple of little gems that make a lovely all round experience.

Day 1: Port Douglas

Day 3: Daintree Rainforest & Cape Tribulation

Day 5: Cooktown

Day 8: Atherton Tablelands

Day 10: Palm Cove

Day 13: Depart Cairns

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Day 1: Port Douglas

Collect a hire car from Cairns and head north, the Captain Cook   Highway soon reduces to single carriageway, hugging the coast as it wends its way to Port Douglas.  Spend two nights in Port Douglas – a pretty little town with an attractive marina, good shopping and home of the Iron Bar on Macrossan Street!

Day 3: Daintree Rainforest & Cape Tribulation

Continue north into the oldest rainforest in the world – the Daintree. Here, take some of the many boardwalks and trails through the forest to see the flora and fauna of the region – the cassowary and platypus are two of the rarest to look out for. Take a cruise on the DaintreeRiver and look out for ‘salties’ – salt water crocodiles. At CapeTribulation, see the perfect white sandy beaches as Captain Cook saw them many years before. 

Day 5: Cooktown

The journey today is on unsealed roads – only accessible during the dry season – as you head off the beaten track further north to Cooktown. Here, stay at a fantastic lodge in the forest and explore hiking trails, go fishing, kite surfing, wildlife watching or explore historic Cooktown itself.

Day 8: Atherton Tablelands

Return south today, taking the sealed inland road. The Atherton Tablelands are located west of Cairns, and are a great place for further wildlife and bird watching. Here, consider staying in unique treehouses in the forest.

Day 10: Palm Cove

Return to the coast today for a stay in Cairns or one of the northern beaches such as Palm Cove. The northern beaches provide a more relaxed and quiet place to relax, and Cairns is busier with every facility close to hand. From this area, take a day trip or extended trip out to the Great Barrier Reef to snorkel, swim, dive or view from the comfort of a glass-bottom boat or semi-submersible.

Day 13: Depart Cairns

Leave Cairns today on your onward or homeward journey.

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Little Gems

Little Gems

The opportunity to stay in a luxury treehouse in the forest close to the Atherton Tablelands is a real ‘little gem’ – if you’re lucky, you may even spot the rare platypus in this area.

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Sydney, Rock and Reef

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For those with limited time, this itinerary covers three iconic attractions of Australia.

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Sydney, Rock & Reef

For many first time visitors, the triangular route of the iconic city of Sydney, the magical Red Centre and magnificent Great Barrier Reef is a must.  Here is our version, with a difference!

Day 1: Sydney
Day 4: Alice Springs
Day 6: Glen Helen
Day 7: Kings Canyon
Day 8: Uluru – Ayers Rock
Day 9: Port Douglas
Day 10: Cape Tribulation
Day 12: Palm Cove
Day 15: Cairns

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Australia is a vast country and if visiting for a limited time, domestic flights are likely to be the best way to get around. This itinerary gives just one option, but the possibilities here are almost endless…

Day 1: Sydney
Arrive into Sydney today for a 3 night stay. With its compact city centre and efficient public transport, Sydney is an easily accessible city with many of the main attractions close by. Enjoy a morning harbour cruise, a concert at the Opera House and blow away the cobwebs doing the Bridge Climb. Visit Bondi Beach and watch the surfers on the waves, shop in Paddington’s markets, enjoy a stroll around the Rocks and Circular Quay, or head out to glamorous Double Bay for designer shopping.

Three nights Sydney
You could choose to add in a little extra time in Sydney and take a day or overnight trip to the Blue Mountains or the Hunter Valley.

Day 4: Alice Springs
Fly to Alice Springs in the Red Centre today for a 2 night stay, collecting a four-wheel drive vehicle on arrival. This little town nestles at the base of the MacDonnell Ranges, and formed a vital link in the laying of the Telegraph line from the new lands of Australia to England. A visit to the Telegraph Station gives an impression of the original settlement, before the centre of the town grew on its current site. Visit also the School of the Air and the Flying Doctor base.

Two nights in Alice Springs

Day 6: Glen Helen
Your drive today takes you through the West MacDonnells to Glen Helen – a drive of a little over 100km as the crow flies. Along the way, you may linger at the many chasms, gorges and creeks clearly marked from the main road.

One night at Glen Helen

Day 7: Kings Canyon
Your entire journey today will be on the gravel road – joining the Mereenie Loop Road. The scenery will change dramatically from the rugged hills of the West MacDonnells to the flatter scrub of the desert. Gosse Bluff should not be missed – allegedly a crater formed by a meteorite crashing to ground, and with spiritual significance for the traditional people.

One night at Kings Canyon

Day 8: Uluru – Ayers Rock
Get up early this morning and take time to walk the canyon rim – about 6 km of spectacular scenery – not for the faint hearted as the first stage involves a steep climb. As you leave Kings Canyon, you will re-join the sealed road as you head towards Uluru. You will be rewarded with your first sight of the Rock itself – inspirational, eerie, quiet – decide for yourself. Visit Uluru at dawn and dusk, visit Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), take part in the Sounds of Silence dinner, or sunrise breakfast.

One night at Ayers Rock

Day 9: Port Douglas
Drop your hire car at the airport, and fly to Cairns in northern Queensland. Collect a second hire car and head north. Stay overnight in Port Douglas – a pretty little town with an attractive marina, good shopping and home of the Iron Bar on Macrossan Street!

One night at Port Douglas

Day 10: Cape Tribulation
Take a full day drive north to the Daintree and on to Cape Tribulation. See the perfect white sandy beaches as Captain Cook saw them many years before. Stop at the one of the many excellent ‘boardwalk’ trails into the Rain Forest, or climb the observation tower giving you fabulous views over the canopy.

Two nights at Cape Tribulation

Day 12: Palm Cove
Return south to Palm Cove for three nights. Treat yourself a little at one of our favourite colonial style hotels on the esplanade. Palm Cove is the perfect base from which to take a day trip to the Great Barrier Reef – your boat will take you to the pontoon where you will have the opportunity to dive, snorkel or view this amazing living garden from the underwater observation decks. From Palm Cove you could also take a journey on the Kuranda Skyrail.

Three nights at Palm Cove

Day 15: Cairns
Drive the short distance back to Cairns today, dropping off the hire car and checking in for the onward or homeward flight.

Photographs courtesy of Australia Tourism

      Ayers Rock      Cape Tribulation

 

Great Barrier Reef      Sydney Australia Tourism

Little Gems

Little Gems

Difficult to know where to start on this itinerary, there are so many Little Gems which might include a night at the Opera in Sydney, a picture from the top of the bridge of the perfect underwater shot at the Great Barrier Reef, but for a true Aussie outback experience, there is little the beat the cold ‘stubbie’ that will be thrust in your hand before you have even checked in at your accommodation at Glen Helen – one very good reason to drive the Red Centre!

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Region: Queensland

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Queensland – Beautiful one day, perfect the next – a cliché, but one that is absolutely true.  Cairns and Brisbane are the two major gateway cities to this state – fly into one and out of the other, travelling in between by car, motorhome or camper, rail or bus.  Visit the paradise islands that dot the ocean, or cruise at least part of the 1200 miles that make up the Great Barrier Reef on a day or multiple night trip.  With year round sunshine, Queensland has it all and makes a very viable alternative to our traditional summer destinations!!

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QLD Cape Tribulation

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Queensland Spirit of the Outback Train

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An itinerary providing a chance to explore the remote outback of Queensland.

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Queensland Spirit of the Outback Train

Getting out into the Outback is something many people want to achieve during their holiday to Australia.  Taking the train to this remote part of Queensland is one way to achieve this.

Day 1: Brisbane
Day 3: Spirit of the Outback
Day 4: Longreach
Day 7: Winton
Day 9: Longreach

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 Queensland is home to a vast outback region, where the fascinating history of pioneering Australia can be discovered, and where that history goes way back to a time to when dinosaurs roamed the earth. Stay on a working cattle station, and round up stock, or explore the Qantas Founders Museum.

What better way to travel there than in the comfort of the Spirit of the Outback train – this itinerary idea is just one way in which you can incorporate the train journey into your exploration of the region…

Day 1: Brisbane
Arrive into Brisbane today for a two-night stay. Dissected by the Brisbane River, this city is an eclectic mix of culture, shopping and the laidback lifestyle that epitomises Queensland. Take a riverfront walk, enjoy a sight-seeing cruise, climb the Story Bridge – one of only three bridge climbs in the world, shop at the Queen Street Mall, take a tour of the XXXX Brewery or relax on the man-made beach and lagoon at the South Bank Parklands – a city centre haven.

Day 3: Spirit of the Outback
Today, board the Spirit of the Outback train in Brisbane for the overnight journey to the outback. Choose between sleeper accommodation and economy class seating, sit back and enjoy the scenery as you travel north to Rockhampton before heading inland to the outback. Learn of local legends and stories from the pioneer days, and mingle with the locals for which the rail service is a lifeline.

Day 4: Longreach
The journey continues today, as you head further and further inland until you arrive at the town of Longreach. Spend three nights here, and visit a working cattle station, explore the historic towns of Barcaldine and Ilfracombe and wander the Qantas Founders Museum and the Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame.

Day 7: Winton
Head to Winton today, for a two night stay. Winton is the gateway to Lark Quarry Conservation Park, which is the site of the only recorded dinosaur stampede on earth. There are more than 3300 fossilised footprints from approximately 95 million years ago, and the unique experience offered here gives you a chance to learn the story of the stampede, and the efforts to preserve this incredible site.

Day 9: Longreach
Return to Longreach today for the onward journey away from the outback, either by air or rail.

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Little Gems

Little Gems

It is difficult to imagine the time when dinosaurs roamed our earth, but a visit to Winton will confirm that dinosaurs were definitely here long before we set foot on the planet.

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Southern Queensland

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An interesting loop itinerary from Brisbane exploring beaches and rainforest. With its year round climate, Southern Queensland provides a near perfect destination for most of the year.

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Southern Queensland

With its year round climate, Southern Queensland provides a near perfect destination for most of the year.

Day 1: Brisbane
Day 3: Noosa
Day 6: Fraser Island
Day 9: Montville
Day 10: Coolangatta
Day 13: Lamington National Park
Day 15: Willowvale
Day 17: Brisbane

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This region is perfect for both couples and families with plenty of options to suit both. Visit one of the many thrilling theme parks on the Gold Coast, cuddle a Koala at a wildlife sanctuary, go bush walking through the rainforest, learn to surf on the Sunshine Coast, cruise the Noosa Everglades, enjoy a round of golf, explore World Heritage listed Fraser Island or simply relax on the beach.

Day 1: Brisbane
Arrive into Brisbane today for a two-night stay. Dissected by the Brisbane River, this city is an eclectic mix of culture, shopping and the laidback lifestyle that epitomises this part of Queensland. Take a riverfront walk, enjoy a sight-seeing cruise or climb the Story Bridge – one of only three bridge climbs in the world.

Two nights in Brisbane

Day 3: Noosa
Collect a hire car this morning, and drive north from the city, perhaps stopping en route to visit the world-renowned Australia Zoo – owned by the family of the late Steve Irwin. On this route north there are two possible scenic routes – following the stunning coastline, or taking an inland route through the hinterland, with numerous lookouts offering excellent views. Noosa is a pretty coastal town – laid back and popular with surfers. Shop in the chic boutiques of Hastings Street, explore Noosa National Park – you may be lucky enough to see a Koala in the wild, and cruise the Noosa Everglades.

Three nights in Noosa

Day 6: Fraser Island
Continue north today to Hervey Bay, leaving the hire car there. Take the ferry over to World Heritage listed Fraser Island – the largest sand island in the world. With pristine beaches, lakes and rainforests growing in the sand, a stay on Fraser Island gives you a taste of unspoilt paradise. Best explored by a small group four-wheel drive tour, you’ll visit 75 Mile Beach, the Champagne Pools, Coloured Sands and Eli Creek.

Three nights on Fraser Island

Day 9: Montville
Take the ferry back to Hervey Bay; collect your hire car and return south today, driving through the scenic hinterland to the pretty village of Montville for an overnight stay. The village is made up of boutiques and craft shops, as well as small restaurants, and offers beautiful views to the coast from the many lookout points in the area.

One night at Montville

Day 10: Coolangatta
Continue south today, past Brisbane and to the Gold Coast for a three night stay. The Gold Coast is a vibrant stretch of coastline with a plethora of activities to entertain. Visit theme parks, water parks, learn to surf or explore by quad bike. For something different, visit Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary for their Wildnight Adventure – a unique evening with a BBQ, night tour of the sanctuary, an Aboriginal dance and chances to cuddle koalas and other sanctuary inhabitants.

Three nights at Coolangatta

Day 13 – Lamington National Park
Drive inland today, into the stunning rainforest of Lamington National Park. The journey up into the rainforest is incredible, with stunning views as the road winds its way upwards, clinging to the side of the mountain, before levelling out as you drive along the forest floor between ancient trees and ferns. There are an abundance of walking tracks to explore, as well as plenty of other activities.

Two nights at Lamington National Park

Day 15: Willowvale
Wend your way back down from the National Park today and head north to the GoldCoast hinterland, and to Willowvale for a two-night stay. Your destination today is a stunning lodge – a luxurious end to your holiday, with fantastic food, excellent wine and beautiful surroundings.

Two nights at Willowvale

Day 17: Brisbane
Return to Brisbane today, dropping off the hire car and checking in for your onward or homeward flight.

Photographs Courtesy of Angie Watson

ATE 2011 Gold Coast Gold Coast hinterland Noosa Everglades

Little Gems

Little Gems

Take time to visit the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary at night – a unique opportunity to see Australian wildlife when they are at their most active.

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Tailor Made Australia Holidays

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For many people, Australia is the number one place on their wish list when it comes to travel, but if you are looking for something a little bit different to the norm, why not consider a tailor made holiday?

With a bespoke holiday in Australia, you are free to indulge your own whims and you have the option of creating a unique experience that suits you.

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At Experience Holidays, we offer access to a wide range of destinations in Australia, which can be tailored to match your unique needs. Experience Holidays are the experts in providing tailor made Australia holidays. Our experience in the world of travel spans several decades, covers many thousands of miles travelled, hundreds of properties inspected and attractions and activities tried and tested. We are real people at the end of the phone (in Sussex) with a passion for travel. You are welcome to visit our offices to discuss your bespoke holiday arrangements with one of our team on a one-to-one basis.

Our packages include:

Queensland Spirit of the Outback train

The tour itinerary begins in Brisbane and finishes in Longreach. This nine-day trip offers a wealth of different experiences including the chance to sample the Brisbane nightlife, indulge in some shopping, visit some of Australia’s historic towns, go climbing, or just sit back, relax and enjoy the Australian culture.

Sydney, Rock and Reef

Sydney is one of the most popular cities in Australia to visit, and to make your visit that little bit more magical, we have created a special 15-day tour, which will begin in Sydney and end in Cairns. In between, you’ll have the opportunity to see Alice Springs, Port Douglas and Cape Tribulation, and you’ll get to experience some of Australia’s best known landmarks including the Great Barrier Reef and the Sydney Opera House. As always, the itineraries are truly bespoke, so you can tailor the holiday for your needs.

Queensland by Rail

An alternative way to see Queensland is via rail. Our special package takes you from Brisbane – Cairns over a fifteen-day period. Along the way you’ll have to chance to see Fraser Island, Heron Island, Gladstone and Airlie Beach, and many more attractions.

As always, our trips will be tailored so you can choose the places you want to go to the most. To find out more about holidays in Australia and how we can help you tailor a unique package, call Experience Holidays on 01323 446550 or info@experienceholidays.co.uk

Queensland by Rail

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For those preferring not to drive, consider travelling by rail from Brisbane to Cairns. Queensland is located on the east coast of Australia, north of New South Wales and is the home of many iconic attractions of Australia including the Great Barrier Reef and Whitsunday Islands. What better way to explore than by rail.  

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Queensland by Rail

For some, a driving holiday holds no appeal, or perhaps for some parts of your Australian adventure, you prefer to let the train take the strain.  What better way to explore, therefore, than by rail. .

Day 1: Brisbane
Day 3: Maryborough/Fraser Island
Day 6: Gladstone
Day 7: Heron Island
Day 10: Sunlander
Day 11: Proserpine/Airlie Beach, join cruise
Day 14: Airlie Beach
Day 15: Cairns

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Queensland is located on the east coast of Australia, north of New South Wales and is the home of many iconic attractions of Australia including the Great Barrier Reef and Whitsunday Islands. A diverse state with something for everyone, an itinerary here can combine cities, culture, wildlife, rainforests, hinterland, beautiful coastal resorts, islands and of course the barrier reef.

Day 1: Brisbane
Arrive into Brisbane today for a two-night stay. Dissected by the Brisbane River, this city is an eclectic mix of culture, shopping and the laidback lifestyle that epitomizes Queensland. Take a riverfront walk, enjoy a sight-seeing cruise or climb the Story Bridge – one of only three bridge climbs in the world.

Day 3: Maryborough/Fraser Island
Travel aboard the train today, a rail service that runs parallel to the coast (although you won’t be able to see the coast for much, if any of the journey). From here, you’ll head to the World Heritage listed Fraser Island – the largest sand island in the world. With pristine beaches, lakes and rainforests growing in the sand, a stay on Fraser Island gives you a taste of unspoilt paradise.

Day 6: Gladstone
Return to the rail station today and take the train to Gladstone for an overnight stay. Here, visit the Tondoon Botanic Gardens or enjoy wine tasting at a local winery.

Day 7: Heron Island
Transfer to Heron Island this morning for a three-night stay on this Great Barrier Reef Island. With crystal clear waters, incredible snorkelling and diving opportunities and white sands, a stay here will be a fantastic way to experience the reef.

Day 10: Overnight on the train
Return to the station this evening, and board the train for an overnight journey north to Proserpine.
At this point you could opt instead to take the Spirit of the Outback train, which heads into the interior of Queensland to Longreach. Longreach is home to the Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame and the Qantas Founders Museum – the Queensland and Northern Territories Aerial Service (Q.A.N.T.A.S) was founded here. From Longreach, one can also visit a working cattle station and visit the historic towns of Barcaldine and Ilfracombe.

Day 11: Proserpine/Airlie Beach, join cruise
Arrive into Proserpine this morning from where you’ll be transferred by coach to Airlie Beach. This is the gateway to the Whitsunday Islands, and today, you’ll board a tall ship for a three-night cruise around these beautiful reef-fringed islands. Whilst onboard you’ll be able to help with the sails, or simply sit back, relax and enjoy yourself. With snorkelling at various anchor points, and diving a possibility, this is a lovely way to explore these islands in style.

Day 14: Airlie Beach
The cruise returns to Airlie Beach today, where you’ll stay overnight, giving you the opportunity to enjoy this popular seaside resort.

Day 15: Cairns
Back to the station early this morning for the onward journey by train to complete the journey north to Cairns.

This itinerary dovetails nicely with Tropical North Queensland if you’d like to explore the area surrounding Cairns.

Photographs courtesy of Tourism Australia

Great Barrier Reef      Kangaroo

 

QLD Whistsundays      Sunlander_1_H

Little Gems

Little Gems

From Bargara, in the Bundaberg region, one can access the southern Great Barrier Reef.  An area enjoying level 6 protection (level 3 in the north) the cooler waters make the coral colours more vibrant and the fish bigger.  It is also known for loggerhead turtles.

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