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If you are planning a trip to Australia let our Premier Australia Specialist GRAEME BRETT help plan you trip.
Graeme has been appointed as a Premier Australia Specialist by Tourism Australia because of his vast knowledge of Australia
Graeme has been to Australia twenty five times and can use his massive experience to help plan your tour.
Westoe Travel are an Independent family owned travel agent who will always give impartial advice .

Australia is big... really big! This vast island continent could swallow up Europe whole, with room to spare. For some 50,000 years, a tiny Aboriginal population lived here in harmony with the untamed primal wilderness, undisturbed by the outside world until European colonisers arrived, spearheaded by Lieutenant James Cook in 1770. Since then Australia has flourished, and now makes her presence felt around the world, thanks in large part to the boundless enthusiasm and resourcefulness of her people, the outgoing, energetic descendants of convicts, gold miners, explorers, traders and adventurous settlers down the centuries.

Treasures Of Australia

Departs September 2020 to March 2021 from £5,495pp
Return scheduled flights from London Heathrow*
All flights within Australia
Immersive Insider Experiences
14 breakfasts, 2 lunches and 3 dinners
Travelmarvel Tour Director, plus local guides in select locations
Overseas transfers & luggage porterage

DAY 1 Depart London
Make your way to London Heathrow for your flight to Australia.
DAY 2 Arrive Sydney
Upon arrival into Sydney Airport late this evening, you will be met and transferred to your hotel. After your flight, you’ll appreciate a good night’s sleep in your hotel located in the heart of Sydney’s CBD.
Stay: Three Nights, Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney
DAY 3 Sydney

This evening, take to the water for a cruise on the Sydney Harbour. As you cruise, savour a memorable Welcome Dinner where you will to get to know your Tour Director and fellow travellers over a delicious meal.
Awake to a day at leisure in Sydney. Wrapped around a spectacular harbour, this city is home to the instantly recognisable Opera House and Harbour Bridge. Perhaps you might enjoy a bird’s-eye view of Sydney’s coast aboard a seaplane or climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge (both at own expense).
DAY 4 Sydney

Relish a traditional fish ‘n’ chip lunch on Bondi Beach.
Discover a selection of Sydney’s most incredible sights on a guided tour today. Then, step inside the Sydney Opera House for a guided tour of this world-renowned theatre.
DAY 5 Sydney, Hamilton Island
Following breakfast, be transferred to the airport for your flight to Hamilton Island. You have the remainder of the day at leisure to do whatever you like in this slice of paradise. Perhaps snorkel off the beach, enjoy a round of golf or hire a buggy to explore this beautiful island (all at own expense). Dinner tonight is at your hotel.
Stay: Two Nights, Hamilton Island, Reef View Hotel
DAY 6 Hamilton Island
Wake up this morning to a day at leisure. Perhaps choose to be mesmerised by the natural beauty of the Whitsunday Islands on an optional cruise (own expense). A collision of colours - aquamarine, emerald, gold - make up the landscape. Scattered like jewels across the sea, many of the Whitsunday Islands are uninhabited and boast some of the most pristine beaches in the world.
DAY 7 Hamilton Island, Cairns, Port Douglas
Bid farewell to Hamilton Island as you board your flight to Cairns and board your coach for Port Douglas, where the Daintree Rainforest meets the Great Barrier Reef. On arrival in this tropical town, check in to your hotel.
Stay: Two Nights, Port Douglas, Peppers Beach Club Resort
DAY 8 Port Douglas

Experience a holiday highlight as you cruise aboard Quicksilver’s technologically advanced Wavepiercer catamaran to the outer Great Barrier Reef.
Experience the colourful coral and marine life at Agincourt Reef, where you will have the option to dive or snorkel, or perhaps stay dry from a semi-submersible vessel. Visit a unique underwater viewing platform and underwater observatory to watch the fish feeding, or even take a scenic helicopter flight over the reef (additional expense).
DAY 9 Port Douglas, Cairns

Relax in the open spaces and lush gardens of Peppers Beach Club.
Later this morning, be transferred back to Cairns. The afternoon is yours to spend at leisure. Perhaps wander the many cafes and bars along the Esplanade.
Stay: Pullman Cairns International
DAY 10 Cairns, Kata Tjuta, Uluru

This evening, enjoy a glass of wine while you watch the sun begin its descent over Uluru.
Rise early and board your flight to Uluru. Watch as the scenery dramatically changes from the palm-fringed beaches of the tropical north to the rugged landscapes of Australia’s red centre. On arrival, delight in a walk around the base of Uluru and discover the diverse plants, geological features and wildlife of the area. Spend the afternoon exploring the iconic Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), an impressive set of domed rock formations. Later, a spectacular experience awaits at the Field of Light. As darkness falls over Uluru, watch as thousands of lights illuminate the vast expanse in a kaleidoscope of colour. See the desert come alive as the lights create a gentle rhythm. This is sure to be a holiday highlight.
Stay: Ayers Rock Resort, Desert Gardens Hotel
DAY 11 Uluru, Alice Springs

Rise early today and savour the once-in-a-lifetime moment of witnessing a magnificent sunrise over Uluru. Watch as this famous monolith changes colours as the sun steadily climbs higher into the sky.
Later, travel onwards to Alice Springs. Arrive late in the afternoon and enjoy the day at leisure.
Stay: Two Nights, Alice Springs, Mercure Hotel
DAY 12 Alice Springs

Visit the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
You’ll then enjoy the opportunity to visit the School of the Air. With students scattered over 800,000 square kilometres, the School of the Air uses satellite technology to teach at the world’s largest classroom.
This morning is dedicated to exploring Alice Springs. Here, a variety of museums and art galleries featuring Indigenous artwork celebrate the Indigenous community that live here. Begin your day with breakfast before setting off to visit the Royal Flying Doctor Service. Sit inside a RFDS aircraft, see historic radios used by the doctors and discover how the doctors operated in 1928. With no navigational aid and no radio, the first flying doctor, Arthur Affleck, operated using only a compass and map. At sunset, you may like to take a memorable camel ride alongside the West MacDonnell Ranges (own expense). Become well acquainted with these gentle creatures during your tour across the red-desert sand.
DAY 13 Alice Springs, Melbourne
Following breakfast, enjoy some time at leisure before you head to Alice Springs Airport for your flight to cosmopolitan Melbourne. Arrive late in the afternoon to this thriving metropolis, famed for being Australia’s sporting and cultural capital, and be transferred to your hotel.
Stay: Three Nights, Melbourne Pullman on the Park
DAY 14 Melbourne

Stand on the outskirts of the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), the largest cricket stadium in the world.
Explore Melbourne on a guided tour this morning and discover the must-see sights and hidden gems. This afternoon is left free so you can explore the city your way.
DAY 15 Melbourne
With a full day at leisure, perhaps take a cruise on the Yarra River to enjoy unique views of the Melbourne skyline; or enjoy lunch aboard the historic Colonial Tramcar Restaurant (all at own expense). You might prefer to wander the city. Hear the hollering of market merchants at the Queen Victoria Market. Slurp up noodles in Chinatown or stop to smell the flowers at the Royal Botanical Gardens. This evening, a Farewell Drink and Dinner is the perfect opportunity say goodbye to your Tour Director and new-found friends.
DAY 16 Depart Melbourne
Today you will be transferred to the airport for your return flight to the UK.

West Coast Adventure

Departs April to September 2020
17 nights in premium accommodation
Services of a Travelmarvel Tour Director and Driver
Airport transfers and porterage
A total of 32 meals
DAY 1 Arrive Perth
Be met on arrival and transfer to your hotel. Take a guided walk of beautiful Kings Park. This evening, enjoy a special Welcome Dinner.
Stay: Crowne Plaza Perth
DAY 2 Perth, Nambung National Park, The Pinnacles, Kalbarri
Travel to Nambung National Park to see the limestone pillars of the Pinnacles. Continue to Kalbarri, overlooking the Indian Ocean.
Stay: Kalbarri Edge Resort
DAY 3 Kalbarri, Monkey Mia

In Monkey Mia, feast on a delicious array of specialties during a seafood dinner this evening with wonderful ocean views.
Enjoy the beach-front location of Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort.
Enjoy a day full of Insider Experiences today.
Stay: Two Nights, Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort
DAY 4 Monkey Mia Dolphin Experience

Enjoy a special wildlife cruise on Shark Bay.
Start today with a short stroll down to the shallows of Dolphin Beach to partake in the daily dolphin feeding experience (subject to appearance). With your feet on the sand, look on as wild dolphins swim up to the shore where they are hand fed by rangers. After, enjoy today’s Insider Experience before spending the rest of the day as you like exploring this amazing setting.
DAY 5 Shell Beach, Carnarvon
Admire the billions of tiny Hamelin cockle shells that form Shell Beach. Then, view the ancient stromatolites found at Hamelin Pool, before continuing to the coastal town of Carnarvon.
Stay: Carnarvon Motel
DAY 6 Carnarvon, Coral Bay, Ningaloo Reef Marine Park, Exmouth

Cruise pristine Ningaloo Reef and watch as tropical fish swim among forests of colourful coral.
Travel to Coral Bay, the gateway to World Heritage-listed Ningaloo Reef Marine Park for today’s Insider Experience. Then continue to Vlamingh Head for stunning views of Western Australia’s coastline and the North West Cape. Later, travel to Exmouth.
Stay: Exmouth, Pot Shot Hotel
DAY 7 Exmouth, The Pilbara, Tom Price
Travelling inland, you’ll pass through the striking ancient Outback landscapes of the Pilbara during the journey to the remote mining town of Tom Price, nestled deep in the Hamersley Range. Here, enjoy a tour of the Tom Price Mine before dinner.
Stay: Tom Price Hotel
DAY 8 Tom Price, Karijini National Park, Port Hedland
Explore the dramatic landscapes of Karijini National Park. Visit Dales Gorge and Fortescue falls, then take in the views from Oxers Lookout. Continue over the fiery landscapes of the Pilbara to Port Hedland, the region’s second-largest town.
Stay: The Esplanade Port Hedland
DAY 9 Port Hedland, Great Sandy Desert, Broome
Travel through the Great Sandy Desert today, before enjoying a guided tour of the historic pearling town of Broome.
Stay: Two Nights, Oaks Broome
DAY 10 Broome
After breakfast at your hotel, you have the entire day to enjoy this spectacular location at leisure. Perhaps go for a stroll through town or head to the striking red rock faces of Gantheaume Point.
DAY 11 Broome, Fitzroy Crossing
Today you’ll leave the coast behind and head inland to the beautiful and remote township of Fitzroy Crossing.
Stay: Fitzroy Crossing, Fitzroy River Lodge
DAY 12 Fitzroy Crossing, Geikie Gorge, Halls Creek
After breakfast, cruise the stunning Geikie Gorge, where flooding has had an unusual effect on the limestone walls. Then, journey to Halls Creek.
Stay: Halls Creek, Kimberley Hotel
DAY 13 Halls Creek, El Questro Wilderness Park

Stay at Emma Gorge Resort in El Questro Wilderness Park.
Enjoy the quintessential rugged scenery of Australia’s Kimberley region as you travel through the heart of the region to El Questro Wilderness Park for your Insider Experience.
Stay: Two Nights, El Questro, Emma Gorge Resort, tented cabins with ensuites
DAY 14 El Questro Wilderness Park

Dine at Emma Gorge Resort’s open-air restaurant beneath a blanket of stars.
Enjoy a soak in the natural thermal pools of Zebedee Springs. Surrounded by a forest of green palm trees and with a soundtrack of birdsong, you’ll feel your cares melt away. Then, join a guided cruise along Chamberlain Gorge. Learn about the region’s diverse flora and fauna as you cruise one of the Kimberley’s longest gorge systems. Later, perhaps walk into Emma Gorge to swim under the droplet waterfall, before today’s Insider Experience.
DAY 15 El Questro Wilderness Park, Lake Argyle, Ord River, Kununurra
Journey through beautiful and remote terrain on the iconic Gibb River Road. Arrive in Lake Argyle where you’ll join a wildlife cruise on the Ord River and discover its fascinating ecological system.
Stay: Kununurra Country Club
DAY 16 Kununurra, Katherine
Depart Kununurra and travel through Timber Creek en route to Katherine. Relax in this amazing setting over dinner this evening.
Stay: Ibis Styles Katherine
DAY 17 Katherine, Darwin
Cruise through Nitmiluk Gorge. Then visit Adelaide River and the Australian war cemetery en route to Darwin. Enjoy a Farewell Dinner.
Stay: Darwin, Mantra on the Esplanade
DAY 18 Darwin, Depart
Tour Australia’s tropical capital city, Darwin this morning before transferring to the airport for your onward flight this afternoon.


Reef Islands And East Coast

Departs November 2019 to March 2020 from £4,595pp
Return scheduled flights from London Heathrow*
Services of a Travelmarvel Tour Director and an experienced Driver
Luxury air-conditioned coach travel
All airport transfers, sightseeing tours, cruises and entrance fees as specified
21 delicious meals - 13 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch and 7 Dinners

DAY 1 Depart London
Your journey begins as you make your way to London Heathrow for your flight to Cairns.
DAY 2 Arrive Cairns
Arrive in Cairns and settle into your room.
Stay: Three Nights: Pullman Cairns International
DAY 3 Cairns, Port Douglas

Enjoy a special Welcome Dinner at Tjapukai by Night.
Be met on arrival in Cairns and head north to Port Douglas for a tour. Later, take in an Insider Experience.
DAY 4 Great Barrier Reef

Cruise from Cairns to Reef Magic’s exclusive platform and enjoy hours among the spectacular coral and marine life.
Today, enjoy an incredible Insider Experience.
DAY 5 Cairns, Atherton Tablelands, Mission Beach

Ride the Kuranda Skyrail Rainforest Cableway.
Today, enjoy an Insider Experience. Later, visit the beautiful Atherton Tablelands. Experience the serene atmosphere of Millaa Millaa Falls and marvel at the unusual formations of the Curtain Fig Tree.
Stay: Mission Beach, Castaways Resort and Spa
DAY 6 Townsville, Hamilton Island

Cruise to Hamilton Island in the Whitsundays for a special stay.
Travel from Mission Beach to Townsville for a tour of this tropical city. From Airlie Beach, take in an Insider Experience.
Stay: Two Nights: Hamilton Island, Reef View Hotel
DAY 7 Hamilton Island
Enjoy today at leisure on beautiful Hamilton Island. You might like to snorkel off the beach and discover the abundance of tropical fish, take a stroll through the rainforest, or simply relax by one of the resort’s many swimming pools. Alternatively, embark on a half-day excursion to Whitehaven Beach, regarded as one of Australia’s most stunning beaches (own expense).
DAY 8 Hamilton Island, Rockhampton
This morning, cruise back to the mainland and rejoin your coach for the journey south to Rockhampton. Here, you’ll see wide streets lined with Victorian-style buildings - a reminder of the region’s 19th-century gold and copper mining boom.
Stay: Rockhampton, Central Park Motel
DAY 9 Rockhampton, Hervey Bay, Fraser Island

Enjoy a relaxing stay on World Heritage-listed Fraser Island at the eco-friendly Kingfisher Bay Resort.
This morning, travel to Hervey Bay while keeping an eye out for marine-life. Then, enjoy an Insider Experience.
Stay: Two Nights: Fraser Island, Kingfisher Bay Resort
DAY 10 Fraser Island
Enjoy a half-day tour of Fraser Island, the world’s largest sand island. This afternoon is yours to relax on the beach or perhaps explore the island’s walking tracks.
DAY 11 Fraser Island, Noosa

Enjoy dinner at the iconic Noosa Surf Club.
Today, you’ll depart Fraser Island and travel to the beautiful resort town of Noosa for a relaxing one-night stay. Take in the stunning views before an Insider Experience.
Stay: Sebel Noosa
DAY 12 Noosa, Australia Zoo, Gold Coast

Visit Australia Zoo today, made famous by the late Crocodile Hunter, Steven Irwin.
Take in an Insider Experience today. Then, you will travel to the Gold Coast for a beautiful two-night stay.
Stay: Two Nights: Gold Coast, Mantra on View
DAY 13 Gold Coast
After breakfast this morning, spend the day at leisure exploring beautiful Surfers Paradise. Perhaps wander downtown or walk along the golden sands of Surfers Paradise Beach.
DAY 14 Gold Coast, Sydney

Enjoy a spectacular dinner on your evening harbour cruise.
Transfer to the Gold Coast airport today for your flight to Sydney. On arrival, you will undertake a city sights tour and see icons such as the Sydney Opera House, before delighting in an Insider Experience.
Stay: Parkroyal Darling Harbour
DAY 15 Sydney, London
Enjoy your last morning at leisure before being transferred to Sydney airport for your return flight to the UK.
DAY 16 London
Arrive in London.

Grand Kimberley Coast

Departs May 2020 to August 2020

Return scheduled flights from London Heathrow
*Experiences in 18 destinations
Locally inspired dining – a total of 29 meals
A wide range of onboard beverages on board cruise
Expert 10-member expedition team
Daily excursions on Zodiac vessel
Sightseeing, national park fees and airport transfers

DAY 1 Depart London
Make your way to London Heathrow for your flight to Australia.
DAY 2 Arrive Perth
Upon arrival in Perth you will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel. Relax or explore the city at your leisure.
Stay: Perth, Perth Metropol
DAY 3 Perth, Kununurra
Fly to Kununurra today and be transferred to the Kununurra Country Club, where you are free to enjoy the rest of the day at leisure.
Stay: Kununurra, Kununurra Country Club
DAY 4 Kununurra, Wyndham, Embark Ship
From Kununurra transfer to Wyndham, where you will be welcomed on board your ship for what promises to be an epic journey. A relaxed dinner this evening allows you the chance to meet your fellow travellers and sets the tone for the next nine nights on board.
Stay: Nine Nights, MS Island Sky or MS Caledonian Sky
DAY 5 Koolama Bay, King George River And Falls

At King George Falls, watch the highest single-drop falls in Western Australia as they plunge 80 metres over a towering sandstone cliff.
Wake this morning on the Kimberley coast as your ship cruises into Koolama Bay. Once known as Cape Ruilhieres, hear how this harbour was renamed, following the Japanese bombing of the MV Koolama in 1942, while carrying 91 passengers, 89 crew and a cargo of war supplies destined for the Australian Army at Wyndham. Next, it’s on to the remote King George River. Join your Expedition Team and jump aboard a Zodiac to meander through the river’s gorge system, travelling 12 kilometres upstream to discover hidden mangrove-fringed coves and soaring red cliffs. While exploring the King George River, get up close to King George Falls and learn how its waters become a raging torrent during each monsoonal wet season.
DAY 6 Vansittart Bay, Jar Island
Further west, an intriguing exploration of Vansittart Bay awaits today. Join your Expedition Team and set out across the bay’s vast salt flats to view the wreckage of a US Air Force C-53 that crash landed on the beach during World War II. The C-53 is a modified civilian Douglas DC-3 airliner, an aircraft used extensively during World War II by the Allies. Close by, step ashore at Jar Island, which features sandy beaches and a series of caves. Here, see examples of mysterious Bradshaw (Gwion Gwion) paintings, dating back some 20,000 years. These stylised figures give impressions of movement, depicting people involved in ritual dancing, complete with elaborate clothing including tassels hanging from the arms and waist. The style of these paintings is very distinctive.
DAY 7 Bigge Island

See the ancient Indigenous rock art of Bigge Island.
Off the coast of the Kimberley, approximately six kilometres from the mainland, lies Bigge Island. Comprising a rugged terrain, featuring multicoloured sandstone, it is home to the northern quoll. Known for its Indigenous rock art created by the Wunambal people, explore the caves throughout the island and see examples of first-contact art, including depictions of European tall ships dating from the 15th to 18th century. Learn how the mysterious Wandjina figures painted here are unique to the Kimberley. To the Wunambal, the Wandjina is the supreme Creator, as well as a symbol of fertility and rain who comes to the Kimberley every wet season in order to bring life. The Wandjina is unique to the Kimberley and many of the Wandjina art sites are still repainted each year as a tradition which reconnects the Wunambal to their Creator. Having been repainted annually for the past 5,000 years, it is thought to be the oldest continuous sacred painting tradition on the planet.
DAY 8 Prince Frederick Harbour, Hunter River, Mitchell Falls
Your expedition ship arrives at Prince Frederick Harbour today, home to towering red cliffs and mangroves. With its extreme tides and pristine ecosystems, the harbour is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including saltwater crocodiles and mudskippers. For the keen birdwatchers among you, be sure to keep an eye out for kingfishers, egrets, herons and the majestic white-bellied sea eagles. Jump aboard your Zodiac vessels for an exploration of the Hunter River and Naturalist Island. As your day draws to a close, you may choose to set out on a helicopter flight to view Mitchell Falls from above (own expense).
DAY 9 Careening Bay, Prince Regent Reserve, St George’s Basin
Reach Careening Bay today, home to the historic Mermaid Boab Tree. It was here, in 1820, that Lieutenant Phillip Parker King used the area’s massive tides to beach his damaged ship, the HMS Mermaid, to repair a leak in the ship’s hull. King’s carpenter then carved the ship’s name into a boab tree overlooking the bay. Continue on to Prince Regent Nature Reserve, a protected area only accessible by boat, recognised as a national biodiversity hotspot. Next, it’s on to the untouched coastal area of Hanover Bay. From here, you may like to hop aboard your Zodiac for a visit to St George’s Basin. If the tide allows, you may catch sight of a saltwater crocodile, among numerous other species of marine life.
DAY 10 Montgomery Reef, Doubtful Bay, Raft Point
Join your Expedition Team for an in-depth exploration of Montgomery Reef by Zodiac. See the reef rise out of the ocean as the tidal waters cadcade into the surrounding channels. Keep an eye out for bird life and turtles, then leave this natural phenomenon and cruise Doubtful Bay, a hotspot for whale watching. Later, step ashore at Raft Point to visit an ancient Wandjina rock art site. The Wandjina is known as a living art tradition as these stunning figures are ritually repainted. Scientific estimates show the original depictions date as far back as 5,000 years. When available, you’ll be joined by a local Indigenous guide.
DAY 11 Talbot Bay, Horizontal Falls
Set out on a thrilling ride through Horizontal Falls aboard a high-powered fast boat.
Today your ship cruises through to Talbot Bay, known for the 12-metre tides which create Horizontal Falls. Subject to tidal conditions, set out on a thrilling ride through the falls aboard a high-powered fast boat. Hold on tight as your boat skims across Talbot bay to the mouth of the falls before making its way through the churning waters. The adventure continues as you jump aboard your Zodiac vessel for an exploration of Cyclone Creek. See dramatic rock formations as you navigate through the creek, accompanied by your Expedition Team member.
DAY 12 Buccaneer Archipelago, Adele Island
Today, your ship arrives in the Buccaneer Archipelago, home to more than 800 islands. Cruise to Adele Island and join your Expedition Team member for an exploration of this remote coastal area by Zodiac. The island is surrounded by Adele Reef, home to an array of coral and marine life, including reef sharks and stingrays. Toast the end of your adventure during a Farewell Dinner, then take in the glow of a Kimberley sunset for the last time as your ship sets sail towards Broome.
DAY 13 Disembark Ship, Broome
Arrive in Broome this morning and disembark you ship.
Stay: Broome, Cable Beach Club Resort & Spa
DAY 14 Depart Broome
Your time in this incredible part of the world concludes today with a transfer to the airport for your return flight to the UK.
DAY 15 Arrive London
Arrive back in the UK.
Tour operated by APT ATOL NO 6781. Westoe Travel act as agent for APT

We can tailor make any itinerary for you
Some of of most popular self drive itineraries in the last twelve months have been

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Sydney to Brisbane or reverse.

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Tropical North Queensland - 14 days
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Australia's South in 14 days
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Cities, Islands and Reef - 14 days
Sydney, Manly, Newcastle, Brisbane, Moreton Island, Fraser Island, The Whitsundays, Hamilton Island, Cairns, Barrier Reef, Daintree Rainforest.

Melbourne to Adelaide - 5 days
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Great Beach Drive - 4 days
Marvel at the multi-coloured cliffs at Rainbow Beach
Explore the UNESCO World Heritage-listed island Fraser Island (K’Gari)
Spot the migratory humpback whales at Hervey Bay

Trip through the Outback's Red Centre - 7 days
Alice Springs, Glen Helen, Kings Canyon, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Uluru

Gibb River Road - 6 days
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Loop Through Kakadu and Litchfield - 5 days
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Graeme Brett of Westoe Travel has been appointed as a Premier Aussie Specialist by Tourism Australia.

We want to ensure you make the correct choice before you book your holiday with us. If you have any concerns regarding the suitability of the holiday due to reduced mobility we would encourage you to call us to discuss these concerns

We advise customers take travel insurance for all bookings

We strongly advise that you check the latest advice from the Foreign and commonwealth office about travelling abroad both before booking and before travelling

Visas and Health Information
Australian Visa

All British passport holders need to obtain an Australian eVisitor visa prior to departure. By using the eVisitor system you will not need to send your passport away for a visa stamp or label. The eVisitor visa is free of charge and valid for a three-month stay within a twelve-month period from the date that the eVisitor visa is granted.

It may be applied for only online at http://www.border.gov.au. Click on to ‘ImmiAccount’ and follow the instructions. Once you have successfully completed the online application form, your approval should be received by email within 24 hours. You should print this and take it with you on holiday. When checking-in for your flight to Australia at the airport, airline staff will use your passport to electronically confirm that you have authority to travel to Australia prior to boarding.

Whilst care has been taken to ensure that the information provided relating to visa requirements is true and correct at time of publication, changes in requirements after the time of publication may impact on the accuracy of this information. Therefore, whilst we strive to provide the most up-to-date information, we strongly suggest that you re-confirm requirements with the relevant embassy prior to travel.


There are no current health requirements for Dubai or Australia. However, whilst the travelling schedule shall pose no problems for people of any age in normal physical health, we would point out that we often enjoy walking tours (sometimes over unmade paths) so this holiday may not be suitable for clients of greatly impaired mobility. Please bear this in mind when considering this holiday.

We want to ensure you make the correct choice before you book your holiday with us. If you have any concerns regarding the suitability of the holiday due to reduced mobility we would encourage you to call us to discuss these concerns.

All passengers must have a valid passport for this tour. Depending on the country issuing your passport, a visa may also be required. More information can be found at the Identity & Passport Service

Identity and Passport service

Customers should ensure that they are fit enough to travel, please check with your General Practictioner and www.fco.gov.uk/travel and www.nathnac.org

The latest advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office about travelling abroad

Foreign and commonwealth office

Travel Insurance
You are strongly recommended to take adequate insurance for all passengers for this tour

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