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Natural wonders a-go-go. On this trip you’ll travel the Great Ocean Road, see The Grampians and Flinders Ranges and get up close with Ulu?u itself. Katherine and the Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks will get ticked off the list, too. Cameras at the ready for this one.

Bucket List Inclusions

Drive along the Great Ocean Road and see sunset at the 12 Apostles

Visit Grampians National Park

Paint your own souvenir boomerang

Hike to the base of MacKenzie Falls

Make your own wine in Coonawarra

Visit the Flinders Ranges

Stay underground in Coober Pedy

Visit a kangaroo orphanage in Coober Pedy

Experience sunset and sunrise over Ulu?u

Walk the Valley of the Winds at Kata Tju?a

Guided hike of Kings Canyon

Visit Aboriginal Rock Art sites in Kakadu National Park

More Inclusions

19 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 10 dinners

7 nights in hostels, 2 nights in motels, 9 nights in hotels, 1 night in a swag

Awesome Topdeck Crew

Transport

Modern air-conditioned coach with free Wi-Fi


Group Size

24

Start/Finish Times

Start time:
Meet 06:30 in Melbourne



See ya later Darwin, we’re on our way to Kakadu. We’ll make stops at the stunning Florence Falls and the ancient rock pools of Buley Rock Hole to give you a taster of this amazing place. Ready for 20 days of awesome? Let’s do this.

First up today: a cruise along the World Heritage-listed East Alligator River. Afterwards, prepare to be wowed – we’re off to check out some more incredible Aboriginal Rock Art. Quick fact: some paintings are up to 20,000 years old. Take a moment to let that sink in! This afternoon, learn some more about Kakadu at the Bowali Cultural Centre, then take in some awesome views of the Mamukala Wetlands.

This morning we’ll make tracks to the Warradjan Cultural Centre for an insight into Aboriginal traditions and history. Later, we’ll check out the ancient paintings at the Burrungkuy Rock Art site. Amazing! This evening, there’s a game of lawn bowls in store, so kick off those shoes and prepare to get unexpectedly competitive.

Wanna get up close and personal with some of Mother Nature’s finest work? Great! A cruise along the Nitmiluk Gorge and a visit to the idyllic Edith Falls should do the trick...

First up: a visit to the palm-fringed Mataranka Hot Springs, where you can bathe in warm waters of a clear thermal pool. Also today: a stop at the legendary (and supposedly haunted) Daly Waters pub. In the mood for a brewski?

Cheerio, Tennant Creek – today it’s onwards to Alice Springs. Along the way, we’ll make a pit stop at the Devils Marbles, a collection of huuuuuge, millions-of-years-old granite boulders. Fill up that camera roll!

After leaving Alice Springs behind us, we'll make tracks to Yulara and Ulu?u-Kata Tju?a National Park (the home of the big red rock itself). Get those road trip songs ready! Tonight: raise a glass and watch the sun go down over the most iconic Aussie landmark. Wow.

After seeing Ulu?u at sunrise we’ll head for a base walk around the famous site. Then, there’s loads of awesome optional activities. Anyone for a helicopter ride or camel ride?

Today, we’ll move on to Kings Canyon. There’s plenty of time to do optional quad biking before we go all-out outback with a sleep under the stars in custom swags. Please be aware that in winter months (May-Sept), nighttime temperatures can drop to near 0 degrees so warmer clothing will be required for the night sleeping in the swag. Please note that the twin / double / or single upgrade is not applicable to the Overnight Swag Night at Kings Canyon.

Heads up – we’ll be tackling a serious set of 500 steps before we get to the shady oasis that is the Garden of Eden. It’ll be worth the climb, promise! When you’re all tuckered out, we’ll hit the road to Alice Springs.

You’ve got a free day to spend however you please in Alice Springs.

Destination: Coober Pedy, where locals live in homes carved deep underground to escape the heat. Today, we’ll embark on a gem of an opal mine tour. Please note that the twin / double / or single upgrade is not applicable to the overnight underground stay.

Grab brekkie and fuel up, ‘cos today we’ll pay a visit to a kangaroo orphanage. Prepare for cuteness overload! After, it’s all aboard the coach as we shimmy on over to Flinders Ranges.

Mountains? Yep. Gorges? Uh-huh. Creeks? You betcha. Rivers? Why, of course! Flinders Ranges National Park has EVERYTHING. Today we’ll take a hike at Wilpena Pound – a natural amphitheatre about three times the size of Ulu?u. We’ve also got all your meals covered today. You’re welcome.

On our way out of the Flinders Ranges, we'll stop off at the Barossa Reservoir Whispering Wall. Word has it that if you whisper something at one end of the wall, it can be heard allllll the way over on the other side! After giving it a try, we hit the road once more.

With heaps of bars and an awesome live music scene, your day in Adelaide is likely to pass by in a flash. Best get a move on!

See ya later Adelaide and helloooo wine! We’ll be stopping off at Wynn’s Coonawarra vineyard for a wine class with the crew. Because, after all, no South Australian voyage is complete without wine. Tonight, catch some shut eye in the Old Mount Gambier Gaol.

Wake up and get ready for a new day in Aus. To start off, we’ll check out the Blue Lake and the Umpherston Sinkhole. Next up: MacKenzie Falls, the largest waterfall in Victoria.

From one natural wonder to another. Today, we’ll explore some of the 167,000 hectares of the Grampians and the Loch Ard Gorge. Visit Brambuk and learn about the traditional landowners, hear their Dreamtime stories and paint your own story on a boomerang.

It’s not called the ‘Great’ Ocean Road for nothing! Get snappy over the 12 Apostles before we end the trip in Melbourne aka one of the most liveable cities in the world. Come find out why, and maybe extend that Australian adventure of yours a few more days. Go on, you know you want to!

It’s not called the ‘Great’ Ocean Road for nothing! Get snappy over the 12 Apostles before chilling out tonight.

Today we’ll explore the Grampians and the Loch Ard Gorge. Visit Brambuk Cultural Centre and learn about the traditional landowners (he Djab Wurrung and Jardwadjal people), hear their Dreamtime stories and paint your own story on a boomerang.

Next up: MacKenzie Falls, the largest waterfall in Victoria. Tonight, catch some shut eye in the Old Mount Gambier Gaol.

Check out the Blue Lake and Umpherston Sinkhole before stopping off at Wynn’s Coonawarra vineyard for a wine class. Afterwards: Adelaide.

With heaps of bars and an awesome live music scene, your day in Adelaide is likely to pass by in a flash. Best get a move on!

On our way to the Flinders Ranges, we'll stop off at the Barossa Reservoir Whispering Wall. Word has it that if you whisper something at one end of the wall, it can be heard allllll the way over on the other side! After giving it a try, it’s off to a local pub for dinner.

Mountains? Yep. Gorges? Uh-huh. Creeks? You betcha. Rivers? Why, of course! Flinders Ranges National Park has EVERYTHING. Today we'll take a hike at Wilpena Pound - a natural amphitheatre about three times the size of Ulu?u.

Destination: Coober Pedy, where locals live in homes carved deep underground to escape the heat. Today we’ll embark on a gem of an opal mine tour and pay a visit to a kangaroo orphanage. Prepare for cuteness overload! Please note that the twin / double / or single upgrade is not applicable to the overnight underground stay.

Cracked, dry and barren, Moon Plain is like something from another world. We'll cross it on our way to Alice Springs (just remember to close the gate on 5,614 km of dingo fence on your way out).

Today it's off to Uluru for a guided walking tour and a glass of bubbles as the glow of the sunset morphs through 50 shades of red, pink, purple and blue. Tonight, it's BBQ time.

What’s more amazing than sunset at Ulu?u? Yep, you guessed it – sunrise. Time for a walk! Then: get your adventure on with an optional helicopter ride or camel ride.

Dust off those walking boots as we take on Kata Tju?a (The Olgas) with a hike through the Valley of the Winds. Tonight, we sleep in swags. Zip up tight! Please be aware that in winter months (May-Sept), nighttime temperatures can drop to near 0 degrees, warmer clothing will be required for the night sleeping in the swag. Please note that the twin / double / or single upgrade is not applicable to the Overnight Swag Night at Kings Canyon.

Get your hiking boots on! This morning we’ll be tackling the hardest part of the famous Rim Walk in Kings Canyon (aptly named ‘Heart Attack Hill’). Believe us, it’s worth the effort! We’re talking age-old cycads, eroded dome shapes, a visit to The Lost City… and that's not even the best part. The sheltered valley and waterhole of the Garden of Eden will make today even more awesome. After a stop off to grab some lunch, we’ll head back to Alice Springs.

You’ve got a free day to spend however you please in Alice Springs.

Cheerio, Alice – today it’s up and onwards to Tennant Creek. Along the way, we’ll make a pit stop at the Devils Marbles, a collection of huuuuuge, millions-of-years-old granite boulders. Fill up that camera roll!

First up: a visit to the palm-fringed Mataranka Hot Springs, where you can bathe in warm waters of a clear thermal pool. Then: kick off those shoes and prepare to get unexpectedly competitive as we roll the jack in Katherine. Also today: a stop at the legendary (and supposedly haunted) Daly Waters pub. In the mood for a brewski?

Wanna get up close and personal with some of Mother Nature’s finest work? Great! A cruise along the Nitmiluk Gorge and a visit to the idyllic Edith Falls should do the trick...

After a quick stop in Pine Creek this morning, we’ll make tracks to the Warradjan Cultural Centre for an insight into Aboriginal traditions and history. Later, we’ll check out the ancient paintings at the Burrungkuy Rock Art site. Amazing!

First up today: a cruise along the World Heritage-listed East Alligator River. Afterwards, prepare to be wowed – we’re off to check out some more incredible Aboriginal Rock Art. Quick fact: some paintings are up to 20,000 years old. Take a moment to let that sink in! This afternoon, learn some more about Kakadu at the Bowali Cultural Centre, then take in some awesome views of the Mamukala Wetlands.

After a stop at the ancient rock pools of Buley Rock Hole, we’ll share a farewell lunch together al fresco. There’s still just enough time to squeeze in Florence Falls and some towering termite mounds before we get to Darwin, where we’ll say goodbye – unless you wanna stick around?

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