Fly to Sydney by an international flight. Upon arrival, you can ramble about at Darling Harbor and Sydney Harbor Bridge to feel the charm of Sydney.
Today, you are going to visit the Australian National Performing Arts Center--Sydney Opera House, Mrs. Macquaries Chair and overlook Sydney Harbor Bridge, which is across the sea from the Sydney Opera House. After visiting the Bondi Beach, the traditional surf lifesaving training base of Australia, you will travel around Sydney Harbor by boat and enjoy the beauty of Sydney.
You will head for the World Natural Heritage - The Greater Blue Mountains Area. The center spot of it is Katoomba, the famous tourist attractions are the vast jungle landscape, canyon, waterfalls, spectacular Stonehenge. You can take a cable car which is paralleled with the 90 degrees steep slopes to get into the depths of the Blue Mountains, and wander in the tropical rainforest. Finally, you will take the SKYWAY cable car to go across the original valleys and stunning waterfalls, leading to the world famous Three Sisters – three rocks stand side by side on the cliff above the clouds and resembles three slim girls. You will return to Sydney in the afternoon.
In the morning, you will take a flight to Adelaide. Then the rest of day will be free on your own. You can go to the Glenelg beach to watch the sunset from the Victoria Square by tram. You can taste wine and talk about life leisurely in the sunset. At night, you can enjoy outdoor dinner at Rundle Street East.
After breakfast, you will transfer to the railway station to go to Alice Springs by train. It is the northern city of Australia and a winter tourist resort.
You will be free after arrival. In the afternoon, you will pay a visit to the Royal Flying Doctor Service, old Telegraph Station and School of the Air. At last, you will overlook the panoramic city views at Anzac Hill.
Today, drive to the West MacDonnell Ranges. In the Simpsons Gap, you will enjoy the beauty of the small brook and mangrove, and then walk into the magical Standley Chasm along the river bank to enjoy its charming scenery. Next, the tour will take you to visit the Desert Park. Here, you can visit the river area in the desert, sandy country, and wild forest areas. Professional tour guide of Desert Park will take you to see the carnivorous bird flying freely in the sky and how the extinctive animals live in the worlds largest night animal area.
Today, you will head to the ‘Alice Springs to Ayers Rock Resort’ after going through the Red Centre. On the way, you will visit a camel farm. Then, you will move to visit the Kata Tjuta, also named the Olgas, which is a Stonehenge made up of 36 steep rocks. In the afternoon, you can enjoy the beautiful sunset in the sunset spot, and watch the dramatic change of Ayers Rock because of the sunset cast.
In the morning, you will get up early to watch the sunrise at Ayers Rock. Then proceed to visit the foot of Ayers Rock and listen to the dreamlike stories of indigenous Australian. After that, you will take a flight to Cairns.
In the morning, you will visit the Flecker Botanic Gardens which is full of epixylous ferns and a variety of tropical plants. Then you will take an amphicar to visit the Rainforest of Queensland, where you can see millions of tropical trees that are more than 200 years old. Here, you can also enjoy the wonderful indigenous song and dance performance, cast the ancient boomerang and so on.
Today, you will visit the Great Barrier Reef in Green Island, the largest and longest group of coral reefs surrounded by white sand in the world. It is the only coral island where coral reefs and tropical rain forests co-exist. You will take a luxury cruise to reach Green Island from Cairns. The bottom of the boat you will take is made of glass, so you can enjoy the beautiful Great Barrier Reef through it, or you can depart from the coral beach to enjoy the fun of snorkeling, or you can enter into the tropical rain forest and ramble on through the jungle.
Today, you will transfer to the airport and leave from Cairns by air.