To the Wilderness of New Zealand & Australia - 10 Days

Australia or New Zealand? Do both! There’s never been a better time to get a taste of the world Down Under, and on this adventure, you’ll do so via trains, canopy cable cars, and private yachts.

Itinerary

Day 1
Begin your tour • Arrive in Brisbane• Onto Gold Coast • Sea World

Meals: Dinner

Welcome to your ‘Cox & Kings Spirit of Australia’ tour! On arrival in Brisbane, you will be met and transferred by our local representative to the fun city of Gold Coast. On arrival in Gold Coast, check into your hotel (Check In after 1400 hrs). Later Visit Sea World, Australia’s best Marine park and one of its oldest and most popular tourist attractions awaits! It excites and educates. Shark Bay, the world’s largest man made lagoon system for sharks, houses some awe inspiring species. Waterski WipeOut, an energetic show set in the ‘Golden Era’ of Surfers Paradise, takes you back to the 1960’s.

Don’t miss meeting the Australia’s only Polar bear cubs in their home at Sea World’s Polar Bear Shores – one of the most advanced technological exhibits. Hold on there’s more – the new generation of Sea World dolphins at Dolphin Cove and then the thrill of Australia’s first triple loop Corkscrew rollercoaster!

Plenty of action coming up! Witness the daredevil stunts of the international ski team or take a trip into the mysterious world of the Bermuda Triangle, a themed indoor flume ride.

Day 2
In Gold Coast • Visit Movie World

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Spend the day with your favorite super heroes at Warner Bros. ‘Movie World’ and let Superman, Batman or Wonder Woman vie for your attention! Australia’s only movie related theme park gives you behind the scenes non-stop action. Stunning special effects are mixed with the latest in ride technology, so motion stimulators, roller coasters and slow river rides make for family fun!

That is only the trailer! Street shows with skits and singing performances. An All-Star Parade with costumed characters alongside movie themed floats. Even a number of real live film studios within the complex! The all new LOONEY TUNES Carousel is a wonderful carnival of color and light. SYLVESTER’S Bounce ’n’ Pounce is a mini thrill ride just

for kids.

Enter a new dimension at the Shrek 4D Adventure. Try the amazing Superman Escape, a rollercoaster that propels you vertically upwards at 100km per hour. ‘Movie World’ makes you believe in happy endings.

Day 3
Onto Cairns • Kuranda Rainforest with Skyrail • Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Today, transfer to the airport for your flight to Cairns. On arrival, proceed to the Kuranda Rainforest and marvel at the natural beauty all around. Visit its colorful market and then leave it all behind, as you enter a different world. Glide silently above the rainforest canopy aboard the Skyrail.

Then, visit Tjapukai, a stunning theatrical interpretation of Aboriginal Culture from the beginning of time into the future. The story of the rainforest people of Tropical North Queensland is skillfully brought out from the History Theatre to the inspiring Creation Theatre, the original Dance Theatre and the Interactive Camp Village. Here you can try your hand at boomerang throwing and learn didgeridoo playing!

Day 4
In Cairns Full Day Great Barrier Reef Cruise to Green Island

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Today, after breakfast, board the exciting Big Cat Great Barrier Reef Cruise to Green Island. Your Big Cat Great Barrier Reef Cruise to Green Island begins from Cairn pier as you board the luxury ‘Big Cat’ catamaran. From the moment it moors in the calm waters of the island’s lagoon, a host of reef activities await! You can opt to swim, snorkel, view coral from a glass bottom boat, or can opt an introductory scuba dive under expert supervision, all at an additional charge. Explore the underwater world of the reef without even getting your feet wet! You can take a optional for A Semi-Submarine ride in the air-conditioned comfort of the ‘Yellow Sub’! Seated below water level, you are treated to a diver’s view of the beautiful coral reef and marine life.

Soak up the sun and sea and enjoy a Great Barrier Reef Cruise.

Day 5
Onto Melbourne Panoramic City Tour & Melbourne Cricket Ground

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

The next part of your Aussie tour unfolds as you are transferred to the airport for your flight to Melbourne. On arrival, procced for our panoramic Melbourne city tour, is a visit to Royal Botanical Gardens, among the world’s finest. At the magnificent Town Hall, view the richly carved Grand Organ – with more than 10,000 pipes it is the largest in the southern hemisphere! Visit the War Memorial, Fitzroy Gardens, Southbank Waterfront, the high rises of the CBD and the majestic St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Try some retail therapy at Bourke Street Mall, Melbourne’s shopping heart that’s truly ticking! At the same time enjoy view of Melbourne Cricket Ground, an iconic Australian sports stadium, located in Yarra Park in inner Melbourne. Home to the Melbourne Cricket Club, it holds the world record for the highest light towers! (check in after 1400hrs).

Day 6
In Melbourne (Free day)

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Today, you are free to explore this Victorian city on Melbourne’s famous tram system on which both heritage and modern trams run. Today, day free to explore the city on your own.

Day 7
Fly to Sydney Showboat Dinner Cruise

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

After breakfast, get transfer to the airport for your flight to Sydney. Sydney has been voted the best city in the world for the eighth consecutive year in a poll by renowned travel magazine ‘Conde Nast Traveller. (Check in after 1400hrs). Tonight, get set for a lifetime experience on a board the spectacular Showboat dinner cruise. Be aptivated by the breathtaking scenery as you sail through the shimmering Sydney Harbour with its mesmerizing panorama of bright city lights, Opera House and the famous Harbour Bridge. Delight on a three – course Indian dinner followed by a dazzling sensational theatre cabaret featuring professional Australian showgirls in their glamorous costumes! Join in on the choruses with the immensely talented and charming songstress!

Day 8
In Sydney • Panoramic City Tour • Sydney Tower • Sydney Aquarium • Opera House

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Today, explore Sydney on a panoramic city tour, including highlights like the Darling Harbour, one of the world’s greatest waterfront destinations. Experience a slice of the city’s history at the Rocks area, the busy CBD area, Hyde Park, Kings Cross, the world famous Opera House, the Harbour Bridge, Mrs. Macquarries Chair, Eastern suburbs, home to the city’s rich and famous and the world renowned Bondi beach.

Visit the Sydney Tower including the 1000 ft giant minaret-topped spike for a glorious view of the magnificent Sydney cityscape. Later, visit Sydney Aquarium to experience the diversity of Australia’s rich aquatic life in Sydney’s unique Aquarium with numerous exhibits like the Murray Cod, Seal Sanctuary, Saltwater Crocodile and many more.

No photograph can compete with the visual impact of the Sydney Opera House.

Located on Circular Quay, the iconic monument looks remarkable from outside and if you get up close you will see several of the million or so ceramic tiles which cover the Sydney Opera House shells. This is one of the most visited attractions in Australia and one of the busiest entertainment venues in the world!

Day 9
Fly Queenstown • Arrive in Queenstown • Panoramic tour of Queenstown

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

Welcome to your to New Zealand’ – to Aotearoa, ‘the Land of the Long White Cloud’ the Maori name for New Zealand. On arrival at Queenstown d Airport, you will be met and transferred by our local representative to your hotel. Later we take you on a panoramic tour of Queenstown. Visit Lake Wakatipu & view Bungee jumping. We also take you to Arrow town where you can leisurely browse through the shops for a wide range of New Zealand made merchandise Overnight in Queenstown.

Day 10
In Queenstown • Day free for leisure

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

After a delicious breakfast, the rest of the day is free for the leisure. Overnight at Queenstown Hotel.

Day 11
Onto Christchurch • City Tour of Christchurch • International Antarctic Centre and Penguin Encounter

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

After breakfast check out hotel and proceed towards Christchurch via Lake Tekapo. Take Photo stop at the Church of the Good Sheperd and the Mackenzie Dog statue. Continue travel to Christchurch via Ashburton. Arrive Christchurch; commence Christchurch city tour which includes Avon River, Botanical Gardens, and Hagley Park. Overnight in Christchurch.

Day 12
Onto Auckland • Panoramic city tour of Auckland

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

After a delicious breakfast, check out of the hotel and transfer to Christchurch domestic airport for your flight to Auckland, Arrive Auckland commence Auckland city tour – sightseeing today includes Queen Street, pass through Auckland University grounds which features historic Auckland buildings, the Auckland Harbour Bridge, Ponsonby Road, Michael Savage Memorial Park at Bastion Point for a panoramic view of the city. We also pay a visit to the Domain parks and Gardens and the waterfront streets of Paritai Drive and Tamaki Drive. Don’t miss the view from the Sky Tower; the tallest structure in the southern hemisphere. Overnight at Auckland Hotel.

Day 13
Onto Rotorua • Agrodome Farm Show • Te Puia Hot Springs • Maori Arts And Crafts Institute.

Meals: Breakfast and Dinner

After breakfast check out hotel and Proceed on towards Rotorua located on a volcanic plateau this covers much of the Central North Island, journey to the heartland of Maori culture, to the center of New Zealand’s spectacular geothermal wonderland and discover the Spirits of Rotorua. On arrival we proceed for the panoramic city tour of Rotorua which start with the Agro dome to join in a unique Kiwi experience – the world-famous sheep show. Participate in an interesting farm tour. Visit Te Puia, Rotorua’s best known reserve of thermal springs; formerly known as Whakarewarewa Hot Springs where boiling mud pools and roaring geysers greet you. Then visit the Maori Arts & Crafts Institute. Where you will be exposed to native Maori culture and have an opportunity to meet some of them. Check In Hotel, Overnight in Rotorua.

Day 14
Onto Auckland Wautoma Glow Worm Caves • Homeward bound

Meals: Breakfast

On your way to Auckland International Airport Stop at the sensational Waitomo Caves, the glow worm adorned environment will provide some very intriguing sightseeing. Over your 45 minute guided tour, you’ll take in the spectacular Glowworm Cave with its majestic and ornate cave decorations, the deep limestone shaft known as the Tomo and the equally magnificent Cathedral. Your tour guide will deliver an informative and entertaining commentary, sharing stories, cultural legends and the natural wonders of this living masterpiece. Your visit concludes with a brief, yet remarkably moving, boat trip through the Glowworm Grotto.

Good times need never end! As you get ready for the airport and your flight back home, relive the high points of your “Spirit of Australia” tour.

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Places to Visit

Queenstown

is the South Island’s most popular   resort,   set alongside the   shores of Lake Wakatipu, under the gaze of the Remarkable   Ranges.  See the   contrast   of smooth glacier rounded hills, and jagged mountain summits that reach high above the ancient ice floor. The town is renowned for its jet  boating,   bungy-jumping,   skiing and awe-inspiring scenery. Local story has it that the gold prospectors of the 19th century pronounced the town as “fit for any Queen”, and so she was called Queenstown.

Mount Cook

whose Maori name “Aorangi” means    “Cloud  Piercer”   is   some   3753.5 metres  high  and  surrounded by a  host  of massive peaks. Mount Cook is New Zealand’s highest mountain, and can quite often be surrounded by cloud, constantly  vulnerable to the fast changing  weather  patterns of an alpine climate.

Lake Tekapo 

located   in  the  Mackenzie country, with fantastic  views of the surrounding  Alps. The Lake’s unusual turquoise  colour is given by fine rock-flour, which is dust  ground  by glacial  movement and held in suspension by the Lake’s waters. The Lake is also well known for its brown and rainbow trout.

Christchurch

the  Garden City, lies on the level   plains   that   initially   attracted  the closely knit Church of England settlers that settled the  area.  The largest  of the  South Island cities, Christchurch retains something of  the  English  nature  of  its  origins  –  the willow  and  oak-lined   River  Avon, a  neo- gothic  Cathedral,  and  clustered mediaeval stone buildings

Admission to  Antarctic Centre

Very few people  have  the  opportunity to experience the  awesome  and  magical  beauty  of Antarctica   first-hand.   An  interactive,   fun and exciting experience of the “Great White South”.

Feel the  chill of winter  and watch  daylight return  as the  Antarctic summer  approaches after   four  months   of  darkness.   Find  out about  Scott Base, and experience Antarctic conditions  first-hand.  Even on  a  hot summer’s day! Slide down a snow slope, explore  a snow cave, feel icy wind-chills, or just let your body tingle with the exhilaration of being in Antarctic temperatures!

Auckland

an exciting, sporting and cultural city, sprawled on a narrow isthmus, between two harbours.  The Waitemata  and Manukau Harbours are a main feature of the city, along with numerous volcanic cones such as Mount Eden and Rangitoto  Island. The city’s many beaches,  marinas  and  parks, make  it ideal for outdoor pursuits such as yachting, rugby, cricket or a day at the beach.  The Auckland metropolitan area is New Zealand’s biggest city, and  the  population mix of European, Maori, and  Pacific Islander,  make  Auckland the largest  Polynesian city in the World.

Sky Tower

The Sky Tower which  at  328 meters   high  offers  a  clear  view  towards the  Pacific Ocean  as well as of the  city of Auckland.

Rotorua

located   on  a  volcanic  plateau, and  formerly  a spa  town,  Rotorua  is most famous  for its geothermal activity. Rotorua is the main place in New Zealand where aspects  of Maori traditions can be seen, from wood  carvings,  and  meeting   houses,  to  a Hangi Dinner and Maori dances. Native and introduced  tree  species  abound  locally and combined with several picturesque lakes, Rotorua  is a fascinating mix of culture  and nature.

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