Destination: Walkabout Australia
See more of Australia for less with the Qantas Walkabout AirPass.
By: Tourism Australia
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Can’t miss: View Sydney’s spectacular skyline including the famous Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. Spend the next 2 nights at Uluru (Ayers Rock); See Uluru rise 348 meters from the desert in the deep centre of Australia, matching the light and weather with hues so vivid they upstage the sunset. Walk around Uluru’s base with an Anangu guide and learn how it was created by spirit ancestors in the Dreamtime.
Can't miss: Early morning Kata Tjuta Sunrise and area educational tour One-of-a-kind Outback dining experience in the Red Centre. Watch a kaleidoscope of changing colors as the sun sets over this magnificent natural wonder. Have your camera ready to capture the moment!
End your trip in Queensland exploring the Great Barrier Reef for 3 nights. You can swim, snorkel, dive and sail the World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef, a living masterpiece so big it can be seen from outer space.
Can’t miss: Discover the Great Barrier Reef's abundance of marine life through a glass bottom boat tour or try a guided snorkel adventure.
Southern Adventure Walkabout
Can’t miss: Learn about Australian sports, see unique wildlife or perhaps take a hot air balloon over Melbourne. Drive along the stunning Great Ocean Road or see little penguins just off the coast at Phillip Island.
Enjoy 3 nights in Hobart, Tasmania’s scenic capital, famous for its Georgian buildings and crisp air. Visit the charming seaside town of Port Arthur an old penal colony or explore a peninsula of pink granite mountains, pure white beaches and turquoise sea in Freycinet.
Can’t miss: Kayak the harbour, cruise to rugged Bruny Island or take an afternoon city tour, visiting the many historic houses, pubs and restaurants. Then go zip lining above the forest or walking at the stunning Freycinet National Park.
End your adventure with a trip to Sydney and soak up the many sites in this gorgeous harbour. In addition to its landmark buildings, Sydney Harbour National Park shelters secluded beaches, picturesque islands and rare pockets of native bushland.
Can’t miss: Swim, picnic and bushwalk along the spectacular foreshore or hop on a boat to visit the harbour islands. Tour the world-famous Sydney Opera House and join the twilight climb on the Harbour Bridge.
Food and Wine Walkabout
Can’t miss: Cruise along the famous Yarra River and admire this spectacular city from the water, see botanical gardens, the Melbourne Cricket ground and the National Tennis Center home to the Australian Open.
Spend 3 nights exploring Adelaide from the Central Market to the fine wines, from delicacies of McLaren Vale to The Barossa, a foodie's mecca. Visit Adelaide Hills, one of Australia's most charming wine regions then head to Kangaroo Island where artisan producers offer a unique array of locally produced food including with Ligurian honey straight from the hive and handcrafted sheep's milk cheese or delicious liqueurs.
Can’t miss: Savor seafood plucked daily from the sea, crack open sweet, freshwater crayfish or feast on a spit-roasted organic lamb. Spend a full day on Kangaroo Island known as a 'zoo without fences' with sightings of kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, echidnas and sea lions.
End your trip in Sydney with 3 nights in the city that boasts some of the world's finest restaurants and also some simple tasty pleasures such as enjoying fish and chips at Bondi Beach, and a lunch or dinner cruise around the sparkling harbor past the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge.
Can’t miss: Sydney Wildlife World, see the largest variety of Australia's unique wildlife from koalas, kangaroos, wombats, crocodiles and a 2-story butterfly enclosure all in one location. Visit the Sydney Fish market or venture out to The Hunter Valley, Australia's oldest producing wine region.
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