Head to Darwin to learn all about WWII history, take a red dirt drive through central Australia, visit Tasmania for some fresh oysters, take in a show at Sydney’s Opera House or settle into a more relaxed pace on the Gold Coast. With a country nearly as big as Canada, our Custom Travel Advisors will help you get the most out of your holiday.
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Civilized Adventures team of Custom Travel Advisors would love to assist you in building your experiences of a lifetime – travel when you want and with whom you want! No big groups or feeling like a “sheep in a herd” – we want to shape special memories that will last a lifetime. If your travels are taking you to Australia there are many options available. Head to Darwin to learn all about WWII history of how the town was nearly destroyed, take a red dirt drive through central Australia, visit Tasmania for some of the freshest oysters, take in a show at Sydney’s Opera House or settle into a more relaxed lifestyle on the Gold Coast and Byron Bay areas. With a country nearly as big as Canada, our Custom Travel Advisors will help you get the most out of your holiday.
Rare Wildlife, Fabulous Reefs, and Fabled Wine Country
Rock on down under with an Aboriginal walk around Uluru (a.k.a. Ayers Rock). On the coast, scuba dive the Great Barrier Reef, surf the breaks at Bells Beach, or drive the Great Ocean Road past lonely beaches and dramatic cliffs. Meet kangaroos, koalas, and wallabies at Kangaroo Island, watch the whales at Hervey Bay, and tour the Barossa Valley vineyards. Daredevils can see Sydney Harbour from on high with a climb atop the city’s famous bridge.
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Having lived in Australia for a year, Katie has just caught a glimpse of what this incredibly diverse country has to offer. She suggests matching the time of year to your interests. If you’re an avid hiker and looking for waterfalls is on your “to do” list, wet season is best as sometimes those “waterfalls” run dry in drought times. You also want to ensure you aren’t going to the Great Barrier Reef during hurricane season, but when the waters are calm, clear and the marine life outstanding!