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Australia South to North–Melbourne to Darwin

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$3041

Days

19

Operated by GAdventures
  • Itinerary
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Day 1

Melbourne

Arrive at any time.

Day 2

Melbourne/Port Campbell

Travel past world-famous surf beaches along the Great Ocean Road. Enjoy views of the 12 Apostles and walk through the rainforest in Great Otway National Park.

Day 2
12 Apostles jutting our along the Great Ocean Road
Day 2
Loch Ard Gorge

Day 3

Port Campbell/Halls Gap

Visit the Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve en route to Grampians National Park, known for its sandstone mountain range and impressive rock art. Trek through the forest, lush with vegetation and wildlife.

Day 4

Halls Gap/Adelaide

Explore Grampians NP. Enjoy waterfalls, lakes and beautiful vistas. Later, travel to Adelaide.

Day 4
Bird's eye view of Halls Gap

Day 5

Adelaide

Enjoy a free day in Adelaide. Opt to take the tram to Glenelg beach, visit a nearby winery, grab lunch at the Central Market, or spend some time getting lost in the city.

Day 6

Adelaide/Ikara-Flinders Ranges

Enjoy a local food experience in the Clare Valley, then it's on to Flinders Ranges.

Day 7

Ikara-Flinders Ranges

Explore Wilpena Pound, the heart of Flinders Ranges National Park, for a walk to a natural amphitheatre sacred to the Aboriginal Adnyamathana people. Learn about Aboriginal art and early settler history.

Day 8

Ikara-Flinders Ranges/Glendambo

Travel from Flinders Ranges to Glendambo with a stop along the way at the salt lake of Lake Hart.

Day 9

Glendambo/Coober Pedy

Travel to the town of Coober Pedy, the world's opal mining capital. After a guided tour of a mine, escape the heat like the locals by spending the night underground.

Day 9
Cooper Pedy Mining Town

Day 10

Coober Pedy/Kings Creek

Take in the vastness of the Outback on a driving day, then bed down in a swag (padded canvas bedroll) around a campfire and sleep under the Outback sky.

Day 11

Kings Creek/Uluru

Enjoy a morning walk through the gorges and valleys of Kings Canyon. Drive to Uluru, where Australia's most iconic view awaits. Experience the colourful sunset at Uluru while enjoying a glass of bubbly.

Day 11
Uluru at Sunset

Day 12

Uluru

Enjoy the Mala Walk at Uluru to learn the importance of the rock to the Aboriginal Australians.

Day 12
Mala walk around the base of Uluru

Day 13

Uluru/Alice Springs

Discover more of the Red Centre with a hike through the beautiful Valley of the Winds in Kata Tjuta, then transfer to Alice Springs.

Day 13
Driving through Kata Tjuta

Day 14

Alice Springs

Enjoy a free day to relax and explore Alice Springs.

Day 15

Alice Springs/Daly Waters

Take in the vastness of the Northern Territory and travel north via the Devils Marbles - giant red granite boulders that are a sacred site to Aboriginals. Finish the day at Daly Waters and grab a drink at the local Outback pub teeming with character.

Day 16

Daly Waters/Katherine

Continue north, stopping for a visit at the Mataranka Hot Springs before setting up camp in Katherine. Opt to walk the stunning Katherine Gorge or get adventurous with a helicopter flight over the gorge taking in the stunning scenery.

Day 17

Katherine/Kakadu National Park

Continue north, stopping at Edith Falls. Explore the waterfalls, swimming holes and trails of Kakadu National Park—a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Day 17
Jim Jim Falls in Kakadu National Park

Day 18

Kakadu National Park/Litchfield National Park

Continue exploring Kakadu NP, stopping off at sacred rock art galleries. Head towards Litchfield National Park, stopping for a nature cruise to try and spot crocs.

Day 18
Crocs in Litchfield National Park

Day 19

Litchfield National Park/Darwin

Tour Litchfield NP to encounter streams, rock formations and the impressive termite mounds. Tour ends in Darwin upon arrival in the evening.

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Australia South To North–melbourne To Darwin

from

$3041

Days

19

Operated by GAdventures
  • Itinerary
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Itinerary

Day 1

Melbourne

Arrive at any time.

Day 2

Melbourne/port Campbell

Travel past world-famous surf beaches along the Great Ocean Road. Enjoy views of the 12 Apostles and walk through the rainforest in Great Otway National Park.

Day 2
12 Apostles jutting our along the Great Ocean Road
Day 2
Loch Ard Gorge

Day 3

Port Campbell/halls Gap

Visit the Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve en route to Grampians National Park, known for its sandstone mountain range and impressive rock art. Trek through the forest, lush with vegetation and wildlife.

Day 4

Halls Gap/adelaide

Explore Grampians NP. Enjoy waterfalls, lakes and beautiful vistas. Later, travel to Adelaide.

Day 4
Bird's eye view of Halls Gap

Day 5

Adelaide

Enjoy a free day in Adelaide. Opt to take the tram to Glenelg beach, visit a nearby winery, grab lunch at the Central Market, or spend some time getting lost in the city.

Day 6

Adelaide/ikara-flinders Ranges

Enjoy a local food experience in the Clare Valley, then it's on to Flinders Ranges.

Day 7

Ikara-flinders Ranges

Explore Wilpena Pound, the heart of Flinders Ranges National Park, for a walk to a natural amphitheatre sacred to the Aboriginal Adnyamathana people. Learn about Aboriginal art and early settler history.

Day 8

Ikara-flinders Ranges/glendambo

Travel from Flinders Ranges to Glendambo with a stop along the way at the salt lake of Lake Hart.

Day 9

Glendambo/coober Pedy

Travel to the town of Coober Pedy, the world's opal mining capital. After a guided tour of a mine, escape the heat like the locals by spending the night underground.

Day 9
Cooper Pedy Mining Town

Day 10

Coober Pedy/kings Creek

Take in the vastness of the Outback on a driving day, then bed down in a swag (padded canvas bedroll) around a campfire and sleep under the Outback sky.

Day 11

Kings Creek/uluru

Enjoy a morning walk through the gorges and valleys of Kings Canyon. Drive to Uluru, where Australia's most iconic view awaits. Experience the colourful sunset at Uluru while enjoying a glass of bubbly.

Day 11
Uluru at Sunset

Day 12

Uluru

Enjoy the Mala Walk at Uluru to learn the importance of the rock to the Aboriginal Australians.

Day 12
Mala walk around the base of Uluru

Day 13

Uluru/alice Springs

Discover more of the Red Centre with a hike through the beautiful Valley of the Winds in Kata Tjuta, then transfer to Alice Springs.

Day 13
Driving through Kata Tjuta

Day 14

Alice Springs

Enjoy a free day to relax and explore Alice Springs.

Day 15

Alice Springs/daly Waters

Take in the vastness of the Northern Territory and travel north via the Devils Marbles - giant red granite boulders that are a sacred site to Aboriginals. Finish the day at Daly Waters and grab a drink at the local Outback pub teeming with character.

Day 16

Daly Waters/katherine

Continue north, stopping for a visit at the Mataranka Hot Springs before setting up camp in Katherine. Opt to walk the stunning Katherine Gorge or get adventurous with a helicopter flight over the gorge taking in the stunning scenery.

Day 17

Katherine/kakadu National Park

Continue north, stopping at Edith Falls. Explore the waterfalls, swimming holes and trails of Kakadu National Park—a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Day 17
Jim Jim Falls in Kakadu National Park

Day 18

Kakadu National Park/litchfield National Park

Continue exploring Kakadu NP, stopping off at sacred rock art galleries. Head towards Litchfield National Park, stopping for a nature cruise to try and spot crocs.

Day 18
Crocs in Litchfield National Park

Day 19

Litchfield National Park/darwin

Tour Litchfield NP to encounter streams, rock formations and the impressive termite mounds. Tour ends in Darwin upon arrival in the evening.