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May 10, 2020
Arrive Sydney 'Harbour City' Australia
Sydney is Australia's oldest city, the economic powerhouse of the nation and the country's capital in
everything but name. It's blessed with sun-drenched natural attractions, dizzy skyscrapers, delicious and
daring restaurants, superb shopping and friendly folk. Although it's come a long way from its convict
beginnings, it still has a rough and ready energy, and offers an invigorating blend of the old and the new,
the raw and the refined. While high culture attracts some to the Opera House, gaudy nightlife attracts
others to Kings Cross. The Sydney Opera House is an art theater built on the Sydney Harbour. It is
considered one of the seven wonders of the modern world. This magnificent building, whose roof is
shaped like a cluster of sails, is a national landmark and is the most famous structure of Australia. Sydney
is a beach city with more than 70 beaches, including the famous Bondi beach.
The York by Swiss - Belhotel - 3 nights
Whether it is for recreation or simply leisure... You will find it all at The York by Swiss-Belhotel, Sydney's
most centrally located suites and residences. Excellent for value and comfort, this Sydney apartment is a
good alternative to any Sydney hotels for its extra space. Enjoy a spa, a swim in the heated outdoor pool
or try the gym in the sixth floor garden oasis. Many of Sydney's most famous attractions are well within
strolling distance including; Sydney Harbour, The Rocks and Darling Harbour.
May 11, 2020
Sydney Harbour Cruise
A cruise on the most magnificent harbour in the world is not to be missed! The splendor and sights of
Sydney Harbour are uncovered as you cruise past major harbour attractions including The Rocks,
Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House, City Skyline, Botanical Gardens, Fort Denison and Sydney Casino.
Choose from Coffee Cruises, Opera Evenings, Luncheon Cruises, Harbour Highlights, Dinner Cruises and
the ever-popular Sunset & Sydney 2000 Dinner Cruises.
May 12, 2020
Day at leisure to explore Sydney
May 13, 2020
Collect your rental car this morning and drive 2 hours to Katoomba in the Blue Mountains
Take the scenic route to the heart of the Blue Mountains; Katoomba by exploring the extremes of the
Blue Mountains National Park via Bell's Line of Road which starts at Richmond and takes you through to
Mount Tomah and Bell. If you want to stretch your legs a visit to the Mount Tomah Botanical Gardens is
worthwhile; Set on the summit of a basalt-capped peak, the Garden is home to over 5,000 species of
plants displayed by geographic origin. Continue on through Mt Victoria; the town is now heritage listed
and hosts many historic buildings. Step back in time as you enter this wonderful little Blue Mountains
Village. When you have reached Blackheath, you have made it to the top of the hill, the highest township
in the Blue Mountains 1,065 metres (3,514 feet 6 inches) above sea level and about 900 metres above
the city smog, its clean brisk air. Blackheath hosts the headquarters of the Blue Mountains National Parks
& Wildlife Service. The headquarters also offers an Information Centre. Once at Katoomba you have the
spectacular and dramatic views of the Three Sisters, plus views to Mount Solitary. Lookouts are all along
Cliff Drive so either from your car or standing on the cliff edge you will have fabulous views of this
majestic area.
Lilianfels - 3 nights
Lilianfels Blue Mountains Resort & Spa is a renowned haven of relaxation in one of Australia's most
beautiful destinations. The five star hotel is housed in a historic country mansion set admidst two acres
of manicured gardens. Just a short drive from Sydney, the hotel is a breathtaking escape for romantics, a
delight for gourmets and a wonder for lovers of nature and the Blue Mountains. At Lilianfels Blue
Mountains Resort & Spa, you can be yourself whilst enjoying all the creature comforts of an exclusive
luxury retreat. From the crispest sheets and fluffiest towels to the individually decorated guest rooms, no
detail has been overlooked.
May 14, 2020
Visit Jenolan Caves - Temple of the Orient Cave
Regarded as Australia's most outstanding cave system - with 11 spectacular show caves, pure
underground rivers and amazing formations - Jenolan Caves is among the finest and oldest cave systems
in the world. The Orient Cave could well be the most beautiful cave in the world! As you move through
the Orient Cave, from one breathtaking chamber to one even more highly decorated, you will be
awestruck. The Orient Cave, along with the Temple of Baal and Ribbon Caves are entered though a man
made tunnel 120 metres in length known as the Binoomea Cut which was constructed in 1954.
May 15, 2020
Day at leisure in the Blue Mountains. You may like to visit Mayfield Garden
Visit Australia's largest privately-owned, cool climate
garden, Mayfield is a living legacy of the Hawkins
family who took their inspiration from the best
gardens in Europe.
Beautiful in every season, 16-hectares of Mayfield
Garden are open 363 days. The many pathways are
designed to be explored, with many nooks-andcrannies
to discover and the mobility-friendly
Camellia Walk that provides access from the lower
to the upper sections of the garden for those with
mobility aids or prams. Play the interactive garden
games or take a stroll and explore all Mayfield has
to offer.
Enjoy breakfast, lunch or a snack in Mayfield Café.
The seasonal menu, where much of the produce is
grown on-site in the kitchen garden. Treat yourself
to an exclusive, private tour for a behind-the-scenes
look at areas of the garden never otherwise open to
the public.
May 16, 2020
Return to Sydney today and return your rental car
Sydney is Australia's oldest city, the economic powerhouse of the nation and the country's capital in
everything but name. It's blessed with sun-drenched natural attractions, dizzy skyscrapers, delicious and
daring restaurants, superb shopping and friendly folk. Although it's come a long way from its convict
beginnings, it still has a rough and ready energy, and offers an invigorating blend of the old and the new,
the raw and the refined. While high culture attracts some to the Opera House, gaudy nightlife attracts
others to Kings Cross. The Sydney Opera House is an art theater built on the Sydney Harbour. It is
considered one of the seven wonders of the modern world. This magnificent building, whose roof is
shaped like a cluster of sails, is a national landmark and is the most famous structure of Australia. Sydney
is a beach city with more than 70 beaches, including the famous Bondi beach.
The York by Swiss - Belhotel - 1 night
Whether it is for recreation or simply leisure... You will find it all at The York by Swiss-Belhotel, Sydney's
most centrally located suites and residences. Excellent for value and comfort, this Sydney apartment is a
good alternative to any Sydney hotels for its extra space. Enjoy a spa, a swim in the heated outdoor pool
or try the gym in the sixth floor garden oasis. Many of Sydney's most famous attractions are well within
strolling distance including; Sydney Harbour, The Rocks and Darling Harbour.
May 17, 2020
Take the ferry to Manly
Novotel Sydney Manly Pacific - 1 night
With its spectacular beachfront location, Novotel
Sydney Manly Pacific offers access to the best of
Manly, while still being within easy reach of Sydney.
This beautiful Sydney hotel is a short stroll from the
ferry terminal, where guests can catch a ferry to
Sydney CBD. The fast ferry takes 20 minutes and
the standard ferry takes half an hour, and both
arrive and depart regularly throughout the day.
Guests are also within walking distance of Manly
Corso and its wide range of restaurants, shops and
bars.
May 18, 2020
Day at leisure in Manly, return to Sydney
The York by Swiss - Belhotel - 1 night
Whether it is for recreation or simply leisure... You will find it all at The York by Swiss-Belhotel, Sydney's
most centrally located suites and residences. Excellent for value and comfort, this Sydney apartment is a
good alternative to any Sydney hotels for its extra space. Enjoy a spa, a swim in the heated outdoor pool
or try the gym in the sixth floor garden oasis. Many of Sydney's most famous attractions are well within
strolling distance including; Sydney Harbour, The Rocks and Darling Harbour.
May 19, 2020
Fly to Melbourne and transfer to hotel
Victoria's capital, Melbourne, sits on the Yarra River and around the shores of Port Phillip Bay and is very
much about lifestyle. It is no huge surprise to residents that their city has been ranked as one of the
world's most liveable cities. Melburnians love the city's vibrant energy, restaurants, fashion boutiques,
café-filled laneways, cool bars, unbeatable galleries, spacious parks and village-like inner suburbs, each
with its own special character. Melbourne has a population of 3.9 million people, is less than 200 years
old and never sits still.
Alto Hotel on Bourke - 4 nights
Alto Hotel on Bourke is one of Melbourne's newest
boutique apartment hotels and is one of the few
environmentally friendly rated hotels in Melbourne's
CBD (Central Business District). Offering apartment
living with true hotel-style hospitality with a
selection of rooms that will fit your needs perfectly.
Choose from Hotel Rooms, Studio Apartments, 1, 2
or 3 bedroom apartments. Alto Hotel on Bourke
successfully brings together classic architecture of
the late 19th century and a contemporary, stylish
interior plus a range of inspired services and
facilities, making your stay an enjoyable experience
in the centre of Melbourne.
May 20, 2020
Day at leisure in Melbourne
May 21, 2020
Day at leisure in Melbourne
May 22, 2020
Day at leisure in Melbourne
May 23, 2020
Transfer to Melbourne Airport and fly to Ayers Rock (Uluru is the Aboriginal Name)
Uluru / Ayers Rock is Australia's most recognisable natural icon. Standing 348 metres high, the monolith
has a great cultural significance for the traditional Aboriginal owners, the Anangu people. Uluru-Kata Tjuta
National Park is located 440 kilometres by road south-west of Alice Springs and encompasses both Uluru
/ Ayers Rock and the 36 domes of Kata Tjuta / The Olgas, an both dating back hundreds of million of
years. Visitors to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park can also browse through the informative and awardwinning
Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre. When exploring the base of Uluru / Ayers Rock, there are a
number of excellent interpretative walks, including the Uluru Base Walk and the Kuniya Walk. The Valley
of the Winds Walk winds through the domes of Kata Tjuta and includes spectacular lookout points. These
walks can be done independently or as part of a tour. Visitors stay at Ayers Rock Resort, which is the focal
point for the township of Yulara. Atila / Mt Conner, located 100 kilometres east of Uluru, is a spectacular
mesa that is often mistaken for Uluru. It is three times as large as Uluru and can be visited on tours from
Curtin Springs Station.. Please note: Any tours within the park require a National Park Entry Permit. This is
a government charge and may be included in touring, or is approximately $25 per person (valid for 3
days).
Ayers Rock Resort - Desert Gardens Hotel - 1 night
Desert Gardens Hotel is a superior 41/2 star hotel at Voyages Ayers Rock Resort. Magnificent ghost gums
and flowering native shrubs are the setting for this hotel. Voyages Desert Gardens Hotel is centrally
located to all resort and touring facilities and offers a range of accommodation, from shaded poolside
rooms to deluxe rooms overlooking the desert. You can relax in the comfort of your own private balcony
or courtyard, or unwind in the hotel's pool, sipping cocktails from the Bunya bar. It's only a short stroll to
the Resorts' numerous lookouts, where you can view what is arguably Australia's best sunset, with the
spectacular play of colours across the face of Uluru and the surrounding desert. Once the sun has set,
dine at White Gums Restaurant and savour Australian native delicacies.
May 24, 2020
Commence your 3 day Red Centre Camping Adventure
This afternoon set ou to the boulder-strewn landscape of Kata Tjuta.
Rising from the broad desert plain in the deep centre of Australia, Uluru Ayers Rock is Australia's most
recognisable natural icon. The famous sandstone monolith stands 348 metres high and, like an iceberg,
has most of its bulk below the surface. It is located 440 kilometres south-west of Alice Springs in the
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. 40 kilometres to the west of Uluru/Ayers Rock is Kata Tjuta, also known as
The Olgas. This massive pile of rock domes dates back 500 million years. Both Uluru and Kata Tjuta have
great aborioginal cultural significance for the Anangu traditional landowners, who lead walking tours that
inform about the local flora and fauna, bush foods and the Aboriginal Dreamtime stories of the area.
May 25, 2020
Day 2 of your Red Centre Tour
May 26, 2020
Day 3 of your Red Centre Tour
Watarrka National Park is best known as the home of Kings Canyon, a mighty chasm cleaving the earth to
a depth of 270 metres. Watarrka is an important conservation area with rock holes and gorges providing
refuge for over 600 species of plants and many native animals. The sheer red rock face of Kings Canyon
soars over 100 metres above dense forests of palms, ferns and cycads; sheltering them from the
surrounding desert conditions. Derived from an Aboriginal word referring to the umbrella bush that
thrives here, Watarrka National Park has been home to the Luritja people for more than 20,000 years.
The area was little known to Europeans until recently; Ernest Giles being the first white man to explore
the area in 1872.
Tour concludes in Alice Springs - The Red Centre
Alice Springs - It's Australia's Oasis, the capital of the Outback and the most romantic country town in the
world. It's where the Arrernte Aboriginal tribal group have lived for 20,000 years and where pioneer men
and women gave "tough" a new meaning. It's where they race camels, hold hilarious holiday regattas in
dry river beds and where Peter Finch finally caught up with Virginia McKenna in the 1956 film classic "A
Town Like Alice". If you think "The Alice" is hot, flat and dusty then you had better think again, because
there are stunning ranges, spectacular gum trees, refreshing waterholes, beautiful palm trees, awesome
colours, more waterholes, amazing wildlife, a lush green golf course, and did we mention the waterholes,
so check out the photo's in the Gallery of Our Backyard.
Double Tree by Hilton Alice Springs - 2 nights
Between the Todd River and Alice Springs Golf Club,
and with the MacDonnell Ranges as a backdrop,
DoubleTree by Hilton Alice Springs is a luxury resort
awarded for its environmentally friendly
innovations. A signature, warm DoubleTree
chocolate chip cookie is provided when you check
in. The air-conditioned rooms have balconies that
overlook either the mountains or the hotel's heated
swimming pool or the hotel's gardens. All spacious
guest rooms and suites offer generous work
surfaces, luxurious bedding and access to free WiFi
in public areas.
May 27, 2020
Day at leisure in Alice Springs
May 28, 2020
Fly to Sydney
Sydney is Australia's oldest city, the economic powerhouse of the nation and the country's capital in
everything but name. It's blessed with sun-drenched natural attractions, dizzy skyscrapers, delicious and
daring restaurants, superb shopping and friendly folk. Although it's come a long way from its convict
beginnings, it still has a rough and ready energy, and offers an invigorating blend of the old and the new,
the raw and the refined. While high culture attracts some to the Opera House, gaudy nightlife attracts
others to Kings Cross. The Sydney Opera House is an art theater built on the Sydney Harbour. It is
considered one of the seven wonders of the modern world. This magnificent building, whose roof is
shaped like a cluster of sails, is a national landmark and is the most famous structure of Australia. Sydney
is a beach city with more than 70 beaches, including the famous Bondi beach.
The York by Swiss - Belhotel - 2 nights
Whether it is for recreation or simply leisure... You will find it all at The York by Swiss-Belhotel, Sydney's
most centrally located suites and residences. Excellent for value and comfort, this Sydney apartment is a
good alternative to any Sydney hotels for its extra space. Enjoy a spa, a swim in the heated outdoor pool
or try the gym in the sixth floor garden oasis. Many of Sydney's most famous attractions are well within
strolling distance including; Sydney Harbour, The Rocks and Darling Harbour.
May 29, 2020
Day at leisure in Sydney
May 30, 2020
Drive 3 hours 30 minutes to the Hunter Valley
The Hunter Valley is one of Australia's iconic wine and food destinations, with renowned wines and food
to match. Over the years it has developed into a destination that offers visitors a wide range of activities,
from hot-air balloon flights to winery tours in luxury limousines. Visitors will find warmth and charming
service in historic country towns that hold many reminders of times when they were stagecoach stops on
the road from Sydney. They will also experience some of the finest boutique accommodation and
restaurants in the country. Food and wine The Hunter produces and sells first-class wine and food -
olives and olive oils, cheeses, chocolates, fudge and a range of condiments. Visitors can book a range of
courses, from gourmet cooking schools to coffee-making courses and wine-appreciation seminars.
Indulgence The Hunter Valley knows how to bring a dash of style to any occasion. Chauffeur-driven wine
tours and horse-carriage picnics among the grapevines are just two possible options, and the region also
has a fine range of luxury accommodation, including golf retreats, health spas and luxury lodges.
Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley - 2 nights
Surrounded by picturesque vineyards and golf course greens and framed by the rugged Brokenback
Ranges, Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley epitomises the best in award winning hospitality and deluxe
accommodation. Just two hours drive north of Sydney and ideally located on Wine Country Drive, the
hotel offers easy access to wineries and attractions and is the perfect place for a carefree break or
stimulating meeting. Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley offers deluxe king or twin rooms, spa suites and two and
three bedroom self-contained villas, allowing plenty of room for you to relax.
May 31, 2020
Hunter Valley Half Day Wine Tour
The Hunter Valley is Australia's premier wine growing district. The magic starts just two hours drive from
Sydney. The serene beauty and peacefulness of the area give the Hunter Valley the feeling of quiet
country charm, but with all the modern conveniences. Known as Wine Country, the Hunter Valley is a
feast for the senses (particularly taste!). Join this half day tour and spend your time sampling some of
Australia's finest wines and enjoy top quality cuisine. But it's not just wine tasting and cheese tours. Aside
from being a foodies dream, the Hunter Valley is located in a historical region featuring quaint villages
and picturesque architecture. You will be guided through this beautiful area by local and professional
guides who love to share their knowledge of the region. This is a small group tour taking you to the best
cellar doors tasting and caring for your wishes.
June 01, 2020
Drive 4 hours 30 minutes to Coffs Harbour
Coffs Harbour has the most liveable climate in Australia, bordered by the clear warm waters of the Pacific
Ocean and the luxurious rainforests of the Great Dividing Range. It is noted for banana plantations,
fishing and its beautiful beaches. Situated between Sydney and Brisbane this coastal resort town is a
popular destination. Just 20 minutes from Coffs Harbour marina you can snorkel and scuba dive in the
Solitary Islands Marine Park where the warm waters teem with more than 550 fish species and 90 coral
varieties. Coffs Harbour is also a major centre for adventure sports, including white water rafting,
abseiling, surfing, game fishing, canoeing, hiking and skydiving. Along the coast from Scotts Head to Red
Rock are prominent headlands on which to picnic and watch whales during their migration May to
October. There are numerous crescent-shaped beaches for swimming, surfing and relaxing. Inland are
vine-clad rainforests to explore including the World Heritage-listed Dorrigo National Park with its Skywalk
stretching 70 metres out over the treetops and walking trails through the forest understory.
Breakfree Aanuka Beach Resort - 2 nights
Discover the best of Coffs Harbour accommodation at BreakFree Aanuka Beach Resort - a relaxed,
tropical style beachfront resort, spot on for families and couples. Kick back and enjoy great food and wine
at one of the two onsite award-winning restaurants set right on the sands of Diggers Beach. Get active at
the resort's three tennis courts and four swimming pools, or hit the beach for a surf lesson. After all that
activity pamper yourself at Mi-Time day spa, with beauty treatments for all.
June 02, 2020
Day at leisure in Coffs Harbour
June 03, 2020
Drive 3 hours to Byron Bay
Byron Bay is located on the north coast of New South Wales. Cape Byron, a headland adjacent to the
town, is the easternmost point of mainland Australia. With its numerous beaches, unspoilt hinterland,
and relaxed lifestyle, Byron Bay has an enviabe lifestyle appeal with locals and visitors alike.
The town has several beaches which are popular for surfing and viewing whales & dolphins in the wild is
a popular attraction. Visit one of the nearby interesting townships: Bangalow, Brunswick Heads or
Mullumbimby for greater appreciation of this laid back lifestyle, where sustainability is high on the list of
priorities - an oceanway runs from the centre of town to the Cape Byron lighthouse and visitors are
encouraged to cruise up to the lighthouse and around town on solar electric bikes.
The Lord Byron Resort - 2 nights
Only a short walk from the main beach and town
centre, The Lord Byron features an outdoor
swimming pool and a full-size tennis court. Guests
can borrow a free bike or relax in the outdoor hot
tub. The newly refurbished property offers modern
rooms with a private balcony and free WiFi. All of
the air-conditioned accommodation includes a
refrigerator and tea/coffee making facilities. The
tropical gardens feature barbecue facilities.
June 04, 2020
Kayaking with Dolphins - Byron Bay
Take in some of the best sights the East Coast has to offer on a three hour sea kayaking adventure.
Paddling your kayak out through the surf and get up close and personal with the friendly bottlenose
dolphins, discover how inquisitive they can be! Spot sea turtles as they come up for a breath of air and
marvel at the size of the majestic humpback whales as they migrate through beautiful Byron Bay. Then
ride some of Australia's most famous waves back into shore.
June 05, 2020
Drive 1 hour 15 minutes to Surfers Paradise
Surfers Paradise is the jewel of Queensland's Gold Coast and one of the most popular holiday
destinations in Australia. Surfers Paradise is where you'll find the perfect fusion of city and beach
lifestyles set amidst a spectacular skyline and brilliant stretch of coast. Vibrant and eclectic, Surfers
Paradise provides non-stop action. With an abundance of theme parks and family attractions all in easy
access, you're never short of finding things to do. The trouble instead may be finding enough time to do
everything. Whether it's through the winding streets lined with alfresco dining restaurants or the art
galleries that showcase local artists' works and Aboriginal exhibitions. There's the unending shopping
option from top-end designers to outlet bargains and night-time beachfront markets. Surfers Paradise is
enticing in every way imaginable. And when nightfall comes, Surfers bursts into action with 24-hour
excitement. Bars and nightclubs start pumping with live music and dance beats.
Vibe Hotel Gold Coast - 3 nights
If you want to be in the centre of Surfers Paradise
on the Gold Coast, Vibe Hotel Gold Coast is the
place for you. With a prime position in the heart of
Surfers Paradise, Vibe Hotel Gold Coast is moments
from sandy beaches, the famous Esplanade, and
the Nerang River. World-class shopping is on your
doorstep, not to mention the celebrated Gold Coast
nightlife with its bounty of restaurants, nightclubs,
bars and pubs. Vibe Hotel Gold Coast is an ideal
place to return to after a day in the sun and sea of
the Queensland's Gold Coast. Come and laze
around on the riverside sundeck or in a heated spa,
take a seat in Curve Restaurant and Bar, or retreat
to the privacy and comfort of your spacious hotel
room.
June 06, 2020
Day at leisure to explore the Gold Coast
Spirits Of The Red Sands
Spirits of the Red Sand is a new Aboriginal Live Theatre Show & Dinner Experience - the first of its kind in
Australia. You'll journey back from Dreamtime to Australia of the 1800s, walking through various
interactive scenes where live theatre tells the story of Jarrah and his brothers and how two cultures come
together to form a nation. Located halfway between Gold Coast (40 mins) and Brisbane (30 mins), Spirits
of the Red Sand offers transfers from easy pick-up points. You'll love the experience from the moment
you step on board the coach with our fun, engaging drivers.
June 07, 2020
Day at leisure to explore the Gold Coast
June 08, 2020
Collect your rental car this morning and drive 2 hours 10 minutes to Australia Zoo - Home of the
Crocodile Hunter
Welcome to Australia Zoo - Home of the Crocodile Hunter! A team of passionate conservationist work
round-the-clock to deliver an animal experience like no other. Cuddle a koala, hand-feed our Asian
Elephants, walk with a Sumatran Tiger and watch a crocodile launch from the waters edge. Australia Zoo
is the ultimate wildlife adventure delivering conservation through exciting education. Care to relax on the
grass while hand-feeding some hungry wombats, or strut your stuff with the rebels of Aussie wildlife? You
can take a walk on the wild side with one of our majestic tigers, enjoy some dingo kisses, hand-feed a
giant tortoise and much more! Where else in the world can you experience so much hands-on wildlife
action in one day?
Continue for 1 hour to Noosa
Noosa provides pleasure to all. A north facing surfing beach, pristine river, fine restaurants,
sophistication, national parks, plenty of action and you have the perfect holiday retreat. Visitors flock to
Noosa from all over the world, many as frequent visitors and some returning to live in this exceptional
coastal village. Described in the New York Times as the place "that appreciates nature and the good life".
The word Noosa comes from aboriginal dialects and means "shade" or " shadows", reflecting the dark
green forests which still shelter our hilltops and valley. Noosa Heads is part of the Noosa district, on the
Sunshine Coast. It is a small, coastal settlement, located about 100 minutes' drive north of Brisbane. It is
known for its beautiful beaches and nearby rocky headlands covered in lush forest. The Noosa River
forms one boundary of the town, the headlands of the Noosa National Park another. Surfing: Noosa
Heads' main attraction is its beaches. Its main beach and its small bays around the headland are
common surfing locations which are known on world surfing circuits. One of its major surfing contests
involves the Noosa Festival of Surfing. This festival attracts large numbers of longboarders.
Peppers Noosa Resort and Villas - 3 nights
Peppers Noosa Resort & Villas is nestled in the
serenity of Noosa National Park. Spend your days
lazing in the inviting free-form swimming pool,
pamper yourself in Stephanie's Ocean Spa, or just
take it easy. World class shopping and restaurants
are a short 500 metre stroll away in bustling hub of
Hastings Street and Laguna Beach.
June 09, 2020
Day at leisure in Noosa
June 10, 2020
Day at leisure in Noosa
June 11, 2020
Drive 2 hours 10 minutes to Brisbane
Brisbane was once considered to be just a big country town, however it has grown rapidly and now has a
big city style all of its own. Now Australia's third-largest city feels no need to toot its own horn. While other
capitals scramble to reach top billing in the status stakes, Brisbane quietly executes its evolution in true,
casual Queensland style. It feels no need to advertise its virtues - locals know how good they've got it.
Brisbane is a big-city package but the pretensions are refreshingly absent. The city centre sits within a
tropical landscape while cooling its toes in the undulating Brisbane River, and it boasts a climate that
lures pale and chilly southerners by the truckload.
Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane - 2 nights
For those interested in checking out popular
landmarks while visiting Brisbane, Grand Chancellor
Brisbane Hotel is located a short distance from
Albert Street Uniting Church (0.6 km) and Anzac
Square (0.7 km). Grand Chancellor Brisbane Hotel is
a family-friendly hotel offering a flat screen TV, air
conditioning, and a minibar in the rooms, and it is
easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi
is offered to guests. The hotel features a concierge
and room service. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and
a lounge, which have made this a popular choice
among travellers visiting Brisbane.
June 12, 2020
Day at leisure in Brisbane
June 13, 2020
Fly to Cairns - Where the Rainforest Meets the Reef
Cairns is situated in the Northern end of Tropical Queensland, the city is framed by the spectacular twin
backdrops of rainforest mountain ranges and the sparkling Coral Sea. The World Heritage listed Wet
Tropical Rainforest, Great Barrier Reef and the Outback are all within easy reach,. Cairns is both a
adventure and nature lovers paradise. From white-water rafting to bungee jumping and skydiving, you'll
find the perfect activity to suit your penchant and with hundreds of tours visiting the Great Barrier Reef
each year, you're sure to find one, or a couple, to try.
Transfer to Port Douglas
Port Douglas in Tropical North Queensland is one of Queensland's premier holiday destinations. Located
just north of Cairns, Port Douglas offers a sophisticated and low-key escape for travellers from around
the world. Known as a glamorous hotspot for the famous, Port Douglas still manages to retain an
unpretentious and relaxed ambiance: you'll only find buildings up to three stories high, not much taller
than the nearby palm trees, boutique clothing shops and exquisite alfresco dining restaurants. A visit to
Four Mile Beach is essential where you can laze away the day on the pristine sand. Enjoy lunch at one of
the many cafes scattered along Macrossan Street or spend the afternoon shopping at the Marina Mirage.
Port Douglas is also a popular base from which to explore the Great Barrier Reef and the rainforests of
the Wet Tropics, Daintree and Cape Tribulation. There are numerous tours that embark from Port
Douglas, many combining the adventure experiences of the Reef and the Wet Tropics. Accommodation
options in Port Douglas offer a unique insight into the splendour of nature. Enjoy a massage to the
sounds of the rainforest or the waves crashing on the beach...in Port Douglas it's all possible.
Lazy Lizard Motor Inn - 8 nights
Lazy Lizard Motor Inn offers comfortable studio units suitable for 1-5 people, with kitchenettes, airconditioning,
ceiling fans and room to spread out and relax. Freeform saltwater pool, lush tropical
gardens and an unbiased tour information and bookings are just some of the great 3.5 STAR features.
Guests who need to keep up with work will appreciate free wireless internet access and work desk.
Central location to Port Douglas Village makes Lazy Lizard Motor Inn a convenient choice for business
and leisure travellers.
June 14, 2020
Day at leisure Port Douglas
June 15, 2020
Passions of Paradise - Outer Reef Cruise
Today you will meet the magnificent sea life of the Outer Great Barrier Reef. Go snorkeling with the most
beautiful fishes and turtles you've ever seen! Even diving is a great opportunity which can be arranged. Or
you can simply relax and enjoy the sun with a cool breeze. When it's time for lunch, there enjoy a
delicious hot & cold buffet. Passions of Paradise holds an exclusive permit for several unique snorkel and
dive sites. They pioneered this site in 1995, and have been snorkeling and scuba diving the area ever
since. This means no crowds from other boats, and the coral is in magnificent condition. Sea turtles are
extremely common and you are also likely to see giant trevally, small black tip reef sharks, bat fish, and
hundreds of varieties of colourful reef fish.
June 16, 2020
Kuranda, Skyrail and Rainforestation Tour ex Port Douglas
After a transfer from your accommodation to Freshwater Station for check-in, it's time to board the
famous Kuranda Scenic Rail. An amazing journey awaits you as you travel one of the world's most scenic
rail routes, through hand-hewn tunnels and over bridges spanning spectacular gorges. Once you arrive at
beautiful Kuranda Station, you have ample time to explore the many and varied shops, as well as the
Heritage Markets which operate daily. At the specified time, your shuttle coach will transfer you to
Rainforestation, set in 40 hectares of lush gardens and tropical rainforest, where a number of unique
attractions await you. Board the unusual amphibious Army Duck for a different look at the rainforest. Also
included in your tour is the Koala & Wildlife Park. The shuttle bus will then take you back to Kuranda.
Nearing the end of your tour you board Skyrail, an experience which takes you over the rainforest canopy
with stops along the way allowing you to take a stroll or visit the CSIRO Interpretive Centre.
June 17, 2020
Day at leisure Port Douglas
June 18, 2020
Daintree Adventure Day
Crossing the Daintree Ferry you will enter the Cape Tribulation section of the World Heritage listed Wet
Tropics and deep into the heart of the Daintree Rainforest. First stop is the view over the Coral Sea from
the fabulous Alexandra Range Lookout. Sightings of Cassowary, Forest Dragons and even Buff Breasted
Paradise Kingfishers are highly possible during the tour as you will explore various rainforest boardwalk
and beaches including Cape Tribulation. Then, those with an adventurous spirit begin a unique Jungle
Surfing experience through the canopy of this remnant rainforest, zipping along above the forest floor.
Back to the Daintree River for a wildlife spotting cruise spotting crocs, snakes and eagles while learning
more about this amazing part of Australia. A short trip back to Port Douglas and your amazing experience
comes to an end.
June 19, 2020
Day at leisure Port Douglas
June 20, 2020
Day at leisure Port Douglas
June 21, 2020
Fly to Darwin, Capital Of The Northern Territory
Darwin is very different from the other state capitals. There are no skyscrapers. It's more like a rural city.
There is a outback atmosphere which is very laidback. Because it is so close to Indonesia the Asian
influences are very noticeable. Darwin is green and lush with palms and the perfume of frangipanis.
Darwin has a tropical climate, and therefore no summer and winter, but instead a wet season from
November until April and a dry season from May until October which is the busy time for Darwin tourism.
Darwin attractions include museums, parks, the Mindil beach sunset markets, art galleries, beaches and
historic buildings. Darwin is a base for the Kakadu and Litchfield national parks.
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Esplanade Darwin - 2 nights
Set next to Darwin Entertainment Centre and
overlooking the Esplanade, the welcoming
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Esplanade Darwin is
only a 15-minute drive from Darwin International
Airport and offers easy access to Stuart Highway.
The hotel is within walking distance of the city
center, many major businesses and government
offices, and historic attractions like the War
Memorial and Parliament House.
June 22, 2020
Day at leisure in Darwin
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June 23, 2020
Join your Tropical Top End 4 day tour
Kakadu National Park is renowned for the richness of its Aboriginal cultural sites. It covers an area of
19,804 square kilometres which is the size of Israel or nearly half the size of Switzerland! Aboriginal
people have occupied the Kakadu area continuously for at least 40 000 years. There are more than 5000
cave paintings and rock carvings illustrating Aboriginal culture over thousands of years. Kakadu is a
magnificent area with many different landforms and habitats. There are over 60 species of mammals and
a great many reptiles including goannas, frill-necked lizards and the frightening saltwater crocodile. The
Park also supports more than 280 species of birds what is about one-third of Australia's bird species.
June 24, 2020
Day 2 - Katherine
Katherine is the third-largest town in the Northern Territory, located three hours' drive south of Darwin
on the banks of the Katherine River. A Katherine holiday combines some of the Territory's best nature
and culture experiences with pioneering history and heritage. Explorer John McDouall Stuart visited the
region in 1862 and named Katherine after the daughter of one of his expedition sponsors. Once
established, the town became a popular base for pioneers whose legacy continues to live on at the many
historic sites. Katherine is the perfect base for exploring the Gulf region, the southern part of Kakadu
National Park and the Victoria River region - places where you can immerse yourself in nature.
June 25, 2020
Day 3 - Katherine Gorge Cruise & return to Darwin
Darwin is very different from the other state capitals. There are no skyscrapers. It's more like a rural city.
There is a outback atmosphere which is very laidback. Because it is so close to Indonesia the Asian
influences are very noticeable. Darwin is green and lush with palms and the perfume of frangipanis.
Darwin has a tropical climate, and therefore no summer and winter, but instead a wet season from
November until April and a dry season from May until October which is the busy time for Darwin tourism.
Darwin attractions include museums, parks, the Mindil beach sunset markets, art galleries, beaches and
historic buildings. Darwin is a base for the Kakadu and Litchfield national parks.
June 26, 2020
DoubleTree by Hilton Esplanade Darwin - 3 nights
Day 4 - Litchfield National Park day tour
Litchfield National Park in Australia's Northern Territory is a true little gem. It is situated about a two hour
drive from Darwin and is definitely more along the lines of gentle more than the rugged nature of
Kakadu. Open eucalyptus woodland, dense tropical rainforest and magnetic termite mounds are found in
Litchfield National Park. In the dry season you can easily get to most of the waterfalls that plunge from
the rocky escarpment of the Table Top Range that plunge into refreshing pools. During the wet, some
roads, waterfalls and pools are closed to the public because of flooding. A few areas of Litchfield Park are
only accessible in a 4WD, but most attractions can be visited at any time of year with a 2WD. The walking
tracks are no longer than 2 kilometres.
June 27, 2020
Day at leisure in Darwin
June 28, 2020
Transfer to Darwin airport and fly to Sydney


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Auckland

 

Auckland is New Zealand's largest city and will most likely be your entry point into New Zealand. Also known as the City of Sails, or as Kiwis themselves name it Little Big City, Auckland is certainly the most vibrant and most happening city in New Zealand. By international standards it's quite small, but it's also one of the world's most exciting waterside cities. Situated in the Hauraki Gulf the city is surrounded by water, and this is reflected in the number of leisure boats per capita, which is the highest in the world. To really appreciate it, you have to take to the waters, sailing on the harbour or taking a ferry to one of the numerous islands, including Waiheke and Rangitoto Islands, or a little bit more off the beaten track, Great Barrier Island.

 

Bay of Islands

 

Northland is a region in New Zealand rich with historic significance, and it is also the birthplace of New Zealand. It is one of the first regions settled from Polynesia, and also the place where the European settlers first made contact with the Maori. The main attraction in this region is the sublime maritime park of the Bay of Islands, with no less than 144 islands and secluded bays. Most visitors queue up for the Bay of Islands, but all along the East Coast you'll find scenic, sheltered bays and exquisite beaches.

Also called the "Winterless North", the subtropical climate is pleasant throughout the year, and an aquatic playground for a whole range of leisure and adventure activities such as diving, fishing, sailing, surfing, kayaking and dolphin swimming. The main gateway for these activities is Paihia.

 

Rotorua

 

Green rolling hills and lush farmlands are the main decor in Waitomo/Waikatoa, and it is home to some well known icons such as the world class surf breaks in the bohemian seaside town of Raglan, which also happens to be our home. The set for the Shire in the Lord of the Rings and Hobbiton movies in Matamata is a unique experience not to be missed, and the world famous Waitomo Caves are a magical place, with numerous options to explore the caves, whether participating in one of the many adventure activities or marvelling at the wonderful light display created by glowworms.

Rotorua is New Zealand's main geothermal area and a centre where Maori culture thrives. It is situated on the shore of Lake Rotorua, and the whole region offers a mix of pristine lakes to enjoy. Explore the many geothermal wonderlands with boiling mud pools, geysers, steamy and colorful lakes, and unwind at a natural hot spring spa or choose from one of the therapeutic spa and massage therapies

Coromandel

 

The Coromandel Peninsula is a favourite among New Zealanders themselves, and it's not hard to understand why. Its only a 2 hour drive from the major cities Auckland and Hamilton, but yet it feels quite remote and isolated, so it's an ideal escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. The fact that is also boasts some of New Zealand's finest and most pristine beaches may obviously play a big role as well!

Lifestyle in the Coromandel is very relaxed and there are many coastal towns each with their own distinct character scattered across the peninsula. It is a haven for those seeking an alternative lifestyle away from the city. 

 

Taupo - Central North Island

 

New Zealand's main volcanic area, the Taupo Volcanic Zone, stretches in a line from White Island, north of the Bay of Plenty, through Rotorua and down to Tongariro National Park, which proudly claims the title of dual UNESCO World Heritage Area. The Central Plateau, at the heart of the North Island, is the centre of New Zealand's volcanic activity, and the volcanoes put on a spectacular show from time to time, perhaps once  around every 7 years.

The Ruapehu/Tongariro National Park region is a mecca for outdoor lovers, year round! Summer is a great time to hit the hiking or biking trails, and in winter you can ski down an active volcano, and it is also the largest ski field in New Zealand! The world famous Tongariro Alpine Crossing is New Zealand's premier day hike, if not one of the world's! For an even greater appreciation of all the volcanoes, the Tongariro Circuit is a 3-4 day tramp around the volcanoes and is one of New Zealand's Great Walks. The fresh rivers near Turangi provide for world class trout fishing, which can also be found in Taupo.

Lake Taupo is New Zealand's largest lake. In fact, it is the largest fresh water lake in Australasia, and with the plethora of activities on offer (from fishing and boating on the lake or scenic flights over the voclanoes to the adrenaline pumping activities such as skydiving, bungy jumping, jetboating) it is on most traveller's itineraries. Taupo is also the source of New Zealand's longest river, the Waikato River, and the Huka Falls are a spectacular sight to behold.

 

Hawke's Bay - East Coast

 

The East Coast of New Zealand is a sun blessed region and receives most sunshine hours annually across the entire country. No surprise it is also one of the largest wine regions in the country, and there's no shortage of world class wine to sample on a variety of available wine tours. 

Beautiful beaches can be found all along the East Coast, and as the first place to see a new day in the world, the sunrises on show every morning are devastatingly spectacular. Inland you'll find towering forested hills in the Kaweka and Raukumara Forest parks, and a little more inland the majestic Te Urewera Park, taking you back in time with ancient and enchanting forests.

The East Cape is a scenic, isolated and little known region in the North Island where the pace of life is laid back and the settlements are predominantly Maori.  The drive around the Cape offers magnificent views of the wild coast dotted with little bays, inlets and coves that change their mood together with the weather. For a unique, remote experience off the main tourist trail, this is a must place region to visit in New Zealand.

 

Southland

 

Southland is most famous for Milford Sound, and while a visit to Milford Sound simply cannot be missed, it is well worth spending a little more time in this incredible frontier of rugged fiords, mountains, spectacular coastal scenery and an abundance of marine and bird wildlife.

The spectacular Fiordland National Park, part of Te Wahipounamu World Heritage Area, includes some of the best walks in New Zealand such as the world famous Milford and Routeburn Tracks. Along the Milford track you'll find a sign somewhere "the finest walk in the world", and we don't argue that. It is right up there and the scenery is jaw-dropping from start to finish. Three of the walks in Fiordland National Park also belong to the Great Walks of New Zealand, the Milford, Kepler and Routeburn. The gateway into Fiordland National Park is Te Anau, beautifully situated on the shores of Lake Te Anau.

 

Wellington

 

Wellington is a destination with many superlatives. It is beautifully nestled between bush clad hills and one of the most picturesque harbours in the world, it was named the best city to live in the world in 2017, and it is also one of the windiest cities in the world. But as Wellingtonians say : You can't beat Wellington on a good day, and we certainly have a soft spot for this fantastic city.

Wellington is the nation's centre for arts and culture, with the National Museum Te Papa one of the main icons of the city.  The city also contains a plethora of restaurants, cafes, bars, nightlife and activities and is also home to New Zealand's parliament. Due to its compact size it is easy to explore the city on foot.

 

Taranaki

 

Taranaki might be a slightly less known region in New Zealand, unless you're a keen surfer or windsurfer. The landscape is dominated by the perfectly shaped volcanic cone which is Mt Taranaki, or Mt Egmont. At 2500m not only does it entirely dominate the landscape, but it also creates its own climate. On any given day, the winds may be reaching gale force on one side of the mountain, while on the other side you may be relaxing on the beach without a sigh of wind, such is the impact of the mountain.

In winter you may ski down the mountain in the morning, and in summer there are a number of excellent hiking opportunities, including hikes to the summit or right around the mountain.

Surf Highway 45 offers word class surf and windsurfing conditions and the black iron sandy beaches are wild and beautiful and aplenty.

 

Marlborough

 

When travelling from the North Island to the South Island on the Interislander ferry, the sheltered waterways of the Marlborough Sounds are the first sight. Picton is the destination port, and a good base to go walking, fishing, sailing, kayaking and exploring the many secluded bays in the Sounds. 

The Marlborough region is internationally recognized for its world class wine, most notably its Sauvignon Blanc, and there are many different ways to sample these wines as their are many wineries offering excellent wine tours. By bike, or by luxury old timer cars, the creativity with which these tours are organized is brilliant. The seafood in this region is also sumptuous, great to combine with a glass of the local wines.

Those put off by the large crowds on the Abel Tasman Track will love the Queen Charlotte Track. The beaches are a little less exquisite, but the coastal scenery is still stunning and there are many accommodation options aolong the track.

Nelson - Tasman

 

The Nelson-Tasman region is blessed with an incredibly diverse natural beauty, offering no less than three of the finest National Parks in the country. From the golden beaches of Abel Tasman National Park, dramatic and lush rainforests in Kahurangi National Park, to the alpine environment of Nelson Lakes National Park, this region has it all. The area around Nelson is also one of the sunniest in the country, due to the protecting surrounding hills, so it's a popular region with travelers.

Nelson is the South Island's second largest city, noted for its fruit-growing industry in the Motueka Valley, wineries and micro-breweries. It also has an energetic local arts and crafts community with local artists exhibiting their products on the famed Nelson market every Saturday. Nearby Rabbit Island boasts great swimming beaches, boating fishing and forest walks. 

Further west, Motueka is the centre of a green tea, hops and fruit-growing area, and is a good base to explore the nearby parks. The drive over Takaka Hill takes you into Golden Bay, whre you may find the biggest cave in the Southern Hemisphere as well as New Zealand's largest freshwater spring, the Waikoropupu Springs, simply called "Pupu Springs", with reputedly the clearest water in the world.

Kaikoura

 

Kaikoura is a unique place by the sea where marine wildlife lives in abundance, against the backdrop of the impressive Kaikoura mountain ranges. It is well known for its range of eco-tourism activities and getting up close with the main inhabitant along its shores, the giant Sperm Whale.

Whale watching in Kaikoura is simply a must-do as you're guaranteed to see these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat, and along the way you're most likely to see a pod of bottlenose or duksy dolphins play in the water, be impressed by the take-off and water landing of the Royal Albatross, and see a bunch of sea lions lazing about on a rock, suc is the diversity.

The ocean here also provides some spectacular seafood, and a stay in Kaikoura may not go by without having tried the crayfish

Aoraki - Mt Cook

 

The approach to new Zealand's tallest mountain, Mt Cook, via the blue lake of Lake Pukaki is something you will remember for a lifetime. At 3754m Mt Cook entirely dominates the landscape and as you draw ever closer, its imperious glaze on you only gets more and more impressive.

Mt Cook National Park, along with Aspiring and Westland National Parks, have been incorporated into a World Heritage Area extending from the Cook River in Westland down to the base of Fiordland. Of the 27 mountains in New Zealand which are over 300om, 22 of them are in Mt Cook National Park. The park also boasts New Zealand's longest glacier, the Tasman Glacier.

The park offer numerous hikes to get up close with Mt Cook, but also offer many other exciting adventure activities, such as mountaineering, helicopter flights, heli-skiing and sea-kayaking on glacial waters.

West Coast - Glaciers

 

The West Coast or Westland is a rugged and wild land with rocky beaches, deep river gorges,  bush-clad hills and towering icy-peaks. Extending across a 600km long stretch on the western side of the Southern Alps, a visit here takes you through a myriad of five National Parks, yes five!!, including the World Heritage Area - Te Wahipounamu. Each of the national parks - Kahurangi, Paparoa, Arthur's Pass, Westland and Mt Aspiring National Parks - have their their own unique and distinct features. You'll find New Zealand's highest mountains, most dense and lush rainforests, natural rivers, glacial lakes, deepest gorges,  and of course the two phenomenal Glaciers themselves, Fox and Franz Josef.

Canterbury

 

Canterbury is the hub of the South Island and contains its largest city, Christchurch. It is also one of the driest and flattest areas of New Zealand. The moisture-laden westerlies from the Tasman Sea hit the Southern Alps and dump their rainfall on the West Coast before reaching Canterbury. The region is dominated by the expansive Canterbury Plains, dead-flat farming land backed by the Southern Alps.

Christchurch was hit by devastating earthquakes in 2011 which damaged a lot of the inner city's infrastructure, but the city is bouncing back remarkably and the creativity and community spirit has made the city a vibrant place once again. The city's botanic gardens receive international acclaim and a great place to relax before you start your journey or have concluded your journey, as you're most likely to start or end your tour in Christchurch. The nearby Banks Peninsula was formed by two giant volcanic eruptions and has a strong French influence. The picturesque harbour of Akaroa is well worth a visit.

In North Canterbury the thermal waters of Hanmer Springs have been attracting visitors for many years, but the region is also popular for outdoor activities including hiking, rafting, bungy jumping and skiiing in winter. All of this action means it is a favourite weekend spot for people from Christchurch.

Wanaka

 

Wanaka receives slightly less attention than it's more famous neighbour Queenstown, only about an hour away, but one may argue which of the two towns is nestled in the most impressive scenery. While that may be a very difficult question to answer, Wanaka boasts a similar range of adrenaline activities, but with some more serenity about it all.  The town offers fine dining and living and is the gateway to Mt Aspiring National Park and the Treble Cone, Cardrona, Harris Mountains and Pisa Range ski areas. Every second Easter, Wanaka hosts the incredibly popular Warbirds over Lake Wanaka, a huge international air show that sees the town swell with visitors.

The central feature of the region is Mt Aspiring, surrounded by the national park with the same name. The alpine scenery does not get any more dramatic than this in New Zealand, and offers some of the best hiking in the country. The park has wide valleys, secluded flats, more than 100 glaciers and towering mountains. The southern end of the park around Glenorchy receives most visitors and includes popular hikes such as the Routeburn Track, one of New Zealand's great walks, but there are also excellent shorter walks and more demanding hikes in the Matukituki Valley close to Wanaka. 

Queenstown

 

For a long time Queenstown in Central Otago has had an international reputation for its spectacular scenery and adventure activities, but the region is now also recognized for its award winning wines. 

Queenstown is the unofficial 'adventure capital of the world', but the entire Wakatipu region with its stunning lake and surrounding mountains alone are a real attraction. The aptly named Remarkable mountains provide the most breathtaking backdrop, whether snow capped in winter, or at sunrise or in the afterglow at dusk.

Facilities in Queenstown are excellent as well, from budget to boutique accommodation options, some of the best dining in New Zealand and a buzzing nightlife with numerous cafes and bars. 

There's also great skiing in winter on Coronet Peak and Cardrona and plenty of substitute adrenaline activities in summer. Bungy jumping was invented in New Zealand and Queenstown offers a plethora of jumping options. There's also skydiving, jetboating, mountainbiking, canyoning, white water rafting, hiking, sledging, parapenting, the list is simply endless.


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Scenic Franz Josef

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In the heart of the village and edge of the Westland World Heritage Park, the Scenic Hotel Franz Josef Glacier is only a breath away from the spectacular Franz Josef Glacier. 

This hotel offers everything you need to be able to explore this dramatic region in style and comfort. With an exceptional restaurant, serving hearty, West Coast fare, and the Moa Bar with its open fireplace, you are never without choice. Plus, with the private hot pools and our Amaia Luxury Spa close by, you can enjoy time out to rejuvenate after a day taking in the many walking tracks and other outdoor pursuits. 

Free WiFi is available throughout the hotel, plus a guest information and booking service will ensure that you can make the most of every minute you spend in the Westland region.