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Explore Australia & New Zealand

Sydney, Queenstown Days 23
From
$ 9299

Explore Australia & New Zealand

Sydney, Queenstown Days 22
From
$ 8399

Best of the Red Centre & Eastern Australia

Melbourne, Sydney Days 25
From
$ 7799

Australia Encompassed

Sydney, Melbourne Days 25
From
$ 5249

Explore Australia

Sydney, Melbourne Days 12
From
$ 4949

Australia Outback Hiking

Alice Springs, Uluru Days 9
From
$ 4599

Complete Australia

Melbourne, Cairns Days 28
From
$ 4319 $ 5399 -20%

Best of Australia

Cairns, Sydney Days 14
From
$ 3879

East Coast Encompassed–Sydney to Cairns

Sydney, Cairns Days 18
From
$ 3299

Melbourne, Outback & Uluru Adventure

Melbourne, Uluru Days 12
From
$ 3099

Australia South to North–Melbourne to Darwin

Melbourne, Darwin Days 19
From
$ 2799

Most of the Coast–Sydney to Cairns

Sydney, Cairns Days 16
From
$ 2549 $ 2999 -15%

Australia North to South – Darwin to Melbourne

Darwin, Melbourne Days 16
From
$ 2499

Queensland Sand, Sailing & Dreamtime

Brisbane, Cairns Days 12
From
$ 2499

Outback to the Top End–Adelaide to Darwin

Adelaide, Darwin Days 15
From
$ 2449

Australia North to South – Darwin to Adelaide

Darwin, Adelaide Days 14
From
$ 2149

Melbourne to the Red Centre

Melbourne, Alice Springs Days 13
From
$ 1999

Australia North to South – Darwin to Adelaide

Darwin, Adelaide Days 13
From
$ 1899

Brisbane to Cairns Experience

Brisbane, Cairns Days 10
From
$ 1614 $ 1899 -15%

The Red Centre to Melbourne

Alice Springs, Melbourne Days 10
From
$ 1549

Explore Australia & New Zealand

Why choose between Australia and New Zealand? Experience both on an extraordinary 23-day adventure. Discover iconic Sydney, fashionable Melbourne, and welcoming Auckland; stand in the presence of sacred Uluru; explore ancient rainforests; and get your fill of city life, mountainscapes, glaciers, cultural moments, deserts, hot springs, and photo ops.
From $ 9299
Sydney, Queenstown Days 23 Download brochure View tour

Explore Australia & New Zealand

Why choose between Australia and New Zealand? Experience both on an extraordinary 22-day adventure. Discover iconic Sydney, fashionable Melbourne, and welcoming Auckland; stand in the presence of sacred Uluru; explore ancient rainforests; and get your fill of city life, mountainscapes, glaciers, cultural moments, deserts, hot springs, and photo ops.
From $ 8399
Sydney, Queenstown Days 22 Download brochure View tour

Best of the Red Centre & Eastern Australia

Australia is over 7 million sq km (4.35 sq mi) of sand, reef, rock, koala, wine, sailing, ocean, city, culture, Dreamtime, and so much more than we could possibly list here. It would take several lifetimes to explore it all. This sprawling 25-day adventure comes pretty close, though. Kick things off in cosmopolitan Melbourne by discovering the city's hidden laneways. Then head up the Great Ocean Road to a couple of national parks before journeying deep into the fabled Outback for a rendezvous with the iconic Uluru. Next, meet the Great Barrier Reef from Cape Tribulation, cruise the glorious Whitsundays, visit a G Adventures-supported cultural centre, learn to surf, and explore Sydney. Exhausted yet? Just wait’ll you’re actually there!
From $ 7799
Melbourne, Sydney Days 25 Download brochure View tour

Australia Encompassed

Sydney, Melbourne, Fraser Island, the Whitsundays – your crash course in all things Australia starts now. For 25 days, you’ll head up the East Coast (and participate in wine tastings, surf lessons, and maxi yacht sailing), fly to Alice Springs, then go down south to Kings Canyon, Uluru, and Adelaide, just to name a few destinations. The Great Ocean Road will eventually lead you to Melbourne, and a wide variety of accommodations and transport along the way will keep things exciting. With a competitive price and small tour group, there’s never been a better time to discover the Land Down Under.
From $ 5249
Sydney, Melbourne Days 25 Download brochure View tour

Explore Australia

Discover Australia’s legendary highlights on a 12-day loop of the country. Explore world-class cities and the outback’s sacred Red Centre, the Great Barrier Reef, and some of the world’s most beautiful beaches. Enjoy meaningful cultural experiences and a guided foodie walk through Melbourne. With all of the details taken care of — and your flights in Australia included — you’ll find yourself on top of the world Down Under.
From $ 4949
Sydney, Melbourne Days 12 Download brochure View tour

Australia Outback Hiking

Spend nine days in Australia’s famed "Red Center," the arid semidesert region that is renowned for its unique physical and cultural landscape. Deep within Australia's Northern Territory is the home of the Anangu Aboriginal people, who for the past 60,000 years have carved out a symbiotic relationship with this humbling outback. Their spirit can be felt on this inspiring exploration through the heart of Australia. Spend four adventurous days trekking along one of the great walks of Australia, the Larapinta Trail. Hike over ridges and through otherworldly slot canyons in the expansive West MacDonnell Range. Cap each of these first four evenings at our deluxe tented camps, enjoying good conversation and delicious meals. We hike in Kings Canyon in Watarrka National Park, and explore deep into the Valley of the Winds in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park to take in the views of rocks worn by eons of time that have morphed into fantastic shapes, spires and icy cold billabongs. Our journey in the heart of the Northern Territory concludes with a visit to Uluru, a massive sandstone monolith that rises from the desert floor.​ Enjoy Australian BBQ with new friends while we witness the rock's scarlet glow transform this legendary landscape.
From $ 4599
Alice Springs, Uluru Days 9 View tour

Complete Australia

Are you ready to completely slather yourself in all things Australia? Travel to the Land Down Under and spend a month exploring everything this island nation has to offer. Start in Melbourne and move on from there to national parks, wine tastings, the Outback, beach days, sea kayaking, sailing, and loads more. Get the total Oz experience with this all-encompassing tour, and, who knows, you might even acquire a taste for Vegemite by the end.
From $ 4319 $ 5399 -20%
Melbourne, Cairns Days 28 Download brochure View tour

Best of Australia

In case you hadn’t noticed, Australia is an awfully big place. So big, in fact, that you’d need to come back a few times to get it all. Don’t have that kind of time? Hop aboard this 14-day trip down Australia’s East Coast and make the most of the time you do have. Offering a solid mix of must-do experiences and uncommon adventures, you’ll learn to surf at Byron Bay, sail the Whitsundays and trek through Mossman Gorge in the Daintree Rainforest. The best part: there’s still plenty more to come back for.
From $ 3879
Cairns, Sydney Days 14 Download brochure View tour

East Coast Encompassed–Sydney to Cairns

Rugged landscapes, crashing surf, and Indigenous culture stretching back through time and beyond – Australia’s East Coast possesses a truly otherworldly allure. This trip offers you a comprehensive, authentic, and wholly affordable experience in one of the country’s most popular regions. Raw thrills and refined pleasures abound out here. In the space of a few days, you’ll sample wines in the Hunter Valley, snorkel the Whitsundays, and catch a few waves. When people back home ask what you did on your trip, just tell ‘em: “Everything.”
From $ 3299
Sydney, Cairns Days 18 Download brochure View tour

Melbourne, Outback & Uluru Adventure

Let’s be frank, we’d need a heck of a lot of time to be able to see everything Australia has to offer, and sometimes we’re just not afforded that luxury. Fret not, fellow adventurers, because this 12-day tour will take you on a pretty thorough jaunt from Melbourne to the Red Centre, with a mix of must-see highlights and unique experiences along the way. Sample local wines, check out Victoria’s beaches, travel along the Great Ocean Road, take a guided night walk, sleep underground like the locals in Coober Pedy, and explore the Outback. (And more. Seriously.)
From $ 3099
Melbourne, Uluru Days 12 Download brochure View tour

Australia South to North–Melbourne to Darwin

On the water and on the road? Is there a better way to explore somewhere new than from a few different vantage points? We didn’t think so either. This 19-day tour allows you to experience Australia from land, water and even underground. (Seriously! Just wait until you get to Coober Pedy.) From Melbourne to Darwin, your itinerary will include amazing stuff like rainforest walks in Great Otway National Park, wine tasting in Clare Valley, awe-inspiring sunsets at Uluru, and even a wetland nature cruise in croc country.
From $ 2799
Melbourne, Darwin Days 19 Download brochure View tour

Most of the Coast–Sydney to Cairns

The route up Australia’s East Coast has earned its rep as one of the seemingly endless supply of must-do experiences in the country. The classic Sydney-to-Cairns route introduces you to both sides of modern Australia – the bright lights of the big city and the raw beauty of the Outback. You’ll get to try your hand at dozens of activities – everything from wine-tasting to sailing and snorkelling. And when you travel in small groups like we do, you really get out there into the wild to meet the locals and experience the land like they do. That amazing new frontier you’ve been looking for? Here it is.
From $ 2549 $ 2999 -15%
Sydney, Cairns Days 16 Download brochure View tour

Australia North to South – Darwin to Melbourne

You’ve got just over two weeks in Australia, so what are you going to see? Everything! Travelling south from Darwin, tour Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks – the old stomping grounds of Crocodile Dundee – and check out some of the most diverse wildlife around. From there head to Katherine Gorge and decide if all the pictures you’ve seen have done it any justice (they haven’t!). Make your way towards the Red Centre and the magic of Uluru, followed by a stop in Coober Pedy, the neat underground town. Round it all off by taking in the scenery on your way to Melbourne along the Great Ocean Road.
From $ 2499
Darwin, Melbourne Days 16 Download brochure View tour

Queensland Sand, Sailing & Dreamtime

This is hardly a sleepy trip. Rather, this is the perfect 12-day adventure for sailing buffs that want to experience the blue waters of Australia, as well as off-road lovers looking to explore via 4x4. We’ve got a riverside camp to stay at in the gorgeous Noosa Everglades, and once we’ve left Airlie Beach, you'll learn about Indigenous artisan crafts from local Aborigines, then check out the swimming holes of the Atherton Tablelands. While “Dreamtime” is a mythology central to Indigenous Australian society, we’re pretty sure you’ll want to be wide awake for this trip.
From $ 2499
Brisbane, Cairns Days 12 Download brochure View tour

Outback to the Top End–Adelaide to Darwin

You can’t get Down Under through a bus window. If you’re going to get off the tourist track, you’ll have to shake things up a bit – that’s why we’ve turned to private vehicles and boats for this itinerary. Starting in charming Adelaide, cut through the Outback and explore the mysteries of Uluru. Follow your curiosity down the deserted tracks that make Australia so remote and spend 15 days discovering the natural beauty of one of the world’s most awe-inspiring destinations.
From $ 2449
Adelaide, Darwin Days 15 Download brochure View tour

Australia North to South – Darwin to Adelaide

Between Darwin and Adelaide there’s a lot to see, so be prepared to pack a whole lot into this two-week itinerary. Heading south from the Northern Territory, you’ll be making stops at two of Australia’s great National Parks – Kakadu and Litchfield – checking out wildlife, waterfalls, and more. Experience just how vast the Outback is while driving towards Alice Springs, then make your way to the Red Centre and witness the magic of Uluru. From there head over to Coober Pedy, where you’ll see what a small town does to beat the extreme heat (hint: look down), as well as a few historical sites before you reach Adelaide.
From $ 2149
Darwin, Adelaide Days 14 Download brochure View tour

Melbourne to the Red Centre

If you really want to get Down Under and experience Australia’s highlights without feeling rushed, you’ll have to get off the big coaches. Explore Melbourne before hitting the Great Ocean Road and cutting through the Outback to the Red Centre. Here you’ll experience the mysteries of Uluru and gain insight into Aboriginal Australian culture. When it comes time to bed down, shake things up with a variety of unique accommodation – swags to underground hostels and even a traditional Outback station.
From $ 1999
Melbourne, Alice Springs Days 13 Download brochure View tour

Australia North to South – Darwin to Adelaide

Between Darwin and Adelaide there’s a lot to see, so be prepared to pack a whole lot into this 13-day itinerary. Heading south from the Northern Territory, you’ll be making stops at two of Australia’s great National Parks – Kakadu and Litchfield – checking out wildlife, waterfalls, and more. Experience just how vast the Outback is while driving towards Alice Springs, then make your way to the Red Centre and witness the magic of Uluru. From there head over to Coober Pedy, where you’ll see what a small town does to beat the extreme heat (hint: look down), as well as a few historical sites before you reach Adelaide.
From $ 1899
Darwin, Adelaide Days 13 Download brochure View tour

Brisbane to Cairns Experience

You can get a sense of just how huge Australia is by looking at a map, but once you’re there, the vastness really hits home. For travellers long on ambition but short on time, this extensive and compact journey up the East Coast of Queensland is nothing short of ideal. Employing a diverse range of transport – yachts, trains, 4x4s, and private vehicles – you’ll visit Fraser Island and the Whitsundays, go snorkelling, and sleep on the banks of the Noosa River. Your time here may not last long, but your memories will last forever.
From $ 1614 $ 1899 -15%
Brisbane, Cairns Days 10 Download brochure View tour

The Red Centre to Melbourne

It’s a wide-open space between the aptly named Red Centre and Adelaide, and we intend to make the most of it on this ten-day trek full of good company and good times. From touring national parks to wine tastings in the Clare Valley to hitting up the iconic Great Ocean Road, you’ll get a feel for the Outback that can only come from travelling in a close-knit group. Plus, our expert CEOs will make sure everything goes smoothly, leaving more time for you to enjoy yourself.
From $ 1549
Alice Springs, Melbourne Days 10 Download brochure View tour

Explore Australia & New Zealand

Why choose between Australia and New Zealand? Experience both on an extraordinary 23-day adventure. Discover iconic Sydney, fashionable Melbourne, and welcoming Auckland; stand in the presence of sacred Uluru; explore ancient rainforests; and get your fill of city life, mountainscapes, glaciers, cultural moments, deserts, hot springs, and photo ops.

Explore Australia & New Zealand

Why choose between Australia and New Zealand? Experience both on an extraordinary 22-day adventure. Discover iconic Sydney, fashionable Melbourne, and welcoming Auckland; stand in the presence of sacred Uluru; explore ancient rainforests; and get your fill of city life, mountainscapes, glaciers, cultural moments, deserts, hot springs, and photo ops.

Best of the Red Centre & Eastern Australia

Australia is over 7 million sq km (4.35 sq mi) of sand, reef, rock, koala, wine, sailing, ocean, city, culture, Dreamtime, and so much more than we could possibly list here. It would take several lifetimes to explore it all. This sprawling 25-day adventure comes pretty close, though. Kick things off in cosmopolitan Melbourne by discovering the city's hidden laneways. Then head up the Great Ocean Road to a couple of national parks before journeying deep into the fabled Outback for a rendezvous with the iconic Uluru. Next, meet the Great Barrier Reef from Cape Tribulation, cruise the glorious Whitsundays, visit a G Adventures-supported cultural centre, learn to surf, and explore Sydney. Exhausted yet? Just wait’ll you’re actually there!

Australia Encompassed

Sydney, Melbourne, Fraser Island, the Whitsundays – your crash course in all things Australia starts now. For 25 days, you’ll head up the East Coast (and participate in wine tastings, surf lessons, and maxi yacht sailing), fly to Alice Springs, then go down south to Kings Canyon, Uluru, and Adelaide, just to name a few destinations. The Great Ocean Road will eventually lead you to Melbourne, and a wide variety of accommodations and transport along the way will keep things exciting. With a competitive price and small tour group, there’s never been a better time to discover the Land Down Under.

Explore Australia

Discover Australia’s legendary highlights on a 12-day loop of the country. Explore world-class cities and the outback’s sacred Red Centre, the Great Barrier Reef, and some of the world’s most beautiful beaches. Enjoy meaningful cultural experiences and a guided foodie walk through Melbourne. With all of the details taken care of — and your flights in Australia included — you’ll find yourself on top of the world Down Under.

Australia Outback Hiking

Spend nine days in Australia’s famed "Red Center," the arid semidesert region that is renowned for its unique physical and cultural landscape. Deep within Australia's Northern Territory is the home of the Anangu Aboriginal people, who for the past 60,000 years have carved out a symbiotic relationship with this humbling outback. Their spirit can be felt on this inspiring exploration through the heart of Australia. Spend four adventurous days trekking along one of the great walks of Australia, the Larapinta Trail. Hike over ridges and through otherworldly slot canyons in the expansive West MacDonnell Range. Cap each of these first four evenings at our deluxe tented camps, enjoying good conversation and delicious meals. We hike in Kings Canyon in Watarrka National Park, and explore deep into the Valley of the Winds in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park to take in the views of rocks worn by eons of time that have morphed into fantastic shapes, spires and icy cold billabongs. Our journey in the heart of the Northern Territory concludes with a visit to Uluru, a massive sandstone monolith that rises from the desert floor.​ Enjoy Australian BBQ with new friends while we witness the rock's scarlet glow transform this legendary landscape.
From $ 4599

Complete Australia

Are you ready to completely slather yourself in all things Australia? Travel to the Land Down Under and spend a month exploring everything this island nation has to offer. Start in Melbourne and move on from there to national parks, wine tastings, the Outback, beach days, sea kayaking, sailing, and loads more. Get the total Oz experience with this all-encompassing tour, and, who knows, you might even acquire a taste for Vegemite by the end.
From $ 4319 $ 5399 -20%

Best of Australia

In case you hadn’t noticed, Australia is an awfully big place. So big, in fact, that you’d need to come back a few times to get it all. Don’t have that kind of time? Hop aboard this 14-day trip down Australia’s East Coast and make the most of the time you do have. Offering a solid mix of must-do experiences and uncommon adventures, you’ll learn to surf at Byron Bay, sail the Whitsundays and trek through Mossman Gorge in the Daintree Rainforest. The best part: there’s still plenty more to come back for.

East Coast Encompassed–Sydney to Cairns

Rugged landscapes, crashing surf, and Indigenous culture stretching back through time and beyond – Australia’s East Coast possesses a truly otherworldly allure. This trip offers you a comprehensive, authentic, and wholly affordable experience in one of the country’s most popular regions. Raw thrills and refined pleasures abound out here. In the space of a few days, you’ll sample wines in the Hunter Valley, snorkel the Whitsundays, and catch a few waves. When people back home ask what you did on your trip, just tell ‘em: “Everything.”

Melbourne, Outback & Uluru Adventure

Let’s be frank, we’d need a heck of a lot of time to be able to see everything Australia has to offer, and sometimes we’re just not afforded that luxury. Fret not, fellow adventurers, because this 12-day tour will take you on a pretty thorough jaunt from Melbourne to the Red Centre, with a mix of must-see highlights and unique experiences along the way. Sample local wines, check out Victoria’s beaches, travel along the Great Ocean Road, take a guided night walk, sleep underground like the locals in Coober Pedy, and explore the Outback. (And more. Seriously.)

Australia South to North–Melbourne to Darwin

On the water and on the road? Is there a better way to explore somewhere new than from a few different vantage points? We didn’t think so either. This 19-day tour allows you to experience Australia from land, water and even underground. (Seriously! Just wait until you get to Coober Pedy.) From Melbourne to Darwin, your itinerary will include amazing stuff like rainforest walks in Great Otway National Park, wine tasting in Clare Valley, awe-inspiring sunsets at Uluru, and even a wetland nature cruise in croc country.

Most of the Coast–Sydney to Cairns

The route up Australia’s East Coast has earned its rep as one of the seemingly endless supply of must-do experiences in the country. The classic Sydney-to-Cairns route introduces you to both sides of modern Australia – the bright lights of the big city and the raw beauty of the Outback. You’ll get to try your hand at dozens of activities – everything from wine-tasting to sailing and snorkelling. And when you travel in small groups like we do, you really get out there into the wild to meet the locals and experience the land like they do. That amazing new frontier you’ve been looking for? Here it is.
From $ 2549 $ 2999 -15%

Australia North to South – Darwin to Melbourne

You’ve got just over two weeks in Australia, so what are you going to see? Everything! Travelling south from Darwin, tour Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks – the old stomping grounds of Crocodile Dundee – and check out some of the most diverse wildlife around. From there head to Katherine Gorge and decide if all the pictures you’ve seen have done it any justice (they haven’t!). Make your way towards the Red Centre and the magic of Uluru, followed by a stop in Coober Pedy, the neat underground town. Round it all off by taking in the scenery on your way to Melbourne along the Great Ocean Road.

Queensland Sand, Sailing & Dreamtime

This is hardly a sleepy trip. Rather, this is the perfect 12-day adventure for sailing buffs that want to experience the blue waters of Australia, as well as off-road lovers looking to explore via 4x4. We’ve got a riverside camp to stay at in the gorgeous Noosa Everglades, and once we’ve left Airlie Beach, you'll learn about Indigenous artisan crafts from local Aborigines, then check out the swimming holes of the Atherton Tablelands. While “Dreamtime” is a mythology central to Indigenous Australian society, we’re pretty sure you’ll want to be wide awake for this trip.

Outback to the Top End–Adelaide to Darwin

You can’t get Down Under through a bus window. If you’re going to get off the tourist track, you’ll have to shake things up a bit – that’s why we’ve turned to private vehicles and boats for this itinerary. Starting in charming Adelaide, cut through the Outback and explore the mysteries of Uluru. Follow your curiosity down the deserted tracks that make Australia so remote and spend 15 days discovering the natural beauty of one of the world’s most awe-inspiring destinations.

Australia North to South – Darwin to Adelaide

Between Darwin and Adelaide there’s a lot to see, so be prepared to pack a whole lot into this two-week itinerary. Heading south from the Northern Territory, you’ll be making stops at two of Australia’s great National Parks – Kakadu and Litchfield – checking out wildlife, waterfalls, and more. Experience just how vast the Outback is while driving towards Alice Springs, then make your way to the Red Centre and witness the magic of Uluru. From there head over to Coober Pedy, where you’ll see what a small town does to beat the extreme heat (hint: look down), as well as a few historical sites before you reach Adelaide.

Melbourne to the Red Centre

If you really want to get Down Under and experience Australia’s highlights without feeling rushed, you’ll have to get off the big coaches. Explore Melbourne before hitting the Great Ocean Road and cutting through the Outback to the Red Centre. Here you’ll experience the mysteries of Uluru and gain insight into Aboriginal Australian culture. When it comes time to bed down, shake things up with a variety of unique accommodation – swags to underground hostels and even a traditional Outback station.

Australia North to South – Darwin to Adelaide

Between Darwin and Adelaide there’s a lot to see, so be prepared to pack a whole lot into this 13-day itinerary. Heading south from the Northern Territory, you’ll be making stops at two of Australia’s great National Parks – Kakadu and Litchfield – checking out wildlife, waterfalls, and more. Experience just how vast the Outback is while driving towards Alice Springs, then make your way to the Red Centre and witness the magic of Uluru. From there head over to Coober Pedy, where you’ll see what a small town does to beat the extreme heat (hint: look down), as well as a few historical sites before you reach Adelaide.

Brisbane to Cairns Experience

You can get a sense of just how huge Australia is by looking at a map, but once you’re there, the vastness really hits home. For travellers long on ambition but short on time, this extensive and compact journey up the East Coast of Queensland is nothing short of ideal. Employing a diverse range of transport – yachts, trains, 4x4s, and private vehicles – you’ll visit Fraser Island and the Whitsundays, go snorkelling, and sleep on the banks of the Noosa River. Your time here may not last long, but your memories will last forever.
From $ 1614 $ 1899 -15%

The Red Centre to Melbourne

It’s a wide-open space between the aptly named Red Centre and Adelaide, and we intend to make the most of it on this ten-day trek full of good company and good times. From touring national parks to wine tastings in the Clare Valley to hitting up the iconic Great Ocean Road, you’ll get a feel for the Outback that can only come from travelling in a close-knit group. Plus, our expert CEOs will make sure everything goes smoothly, leaving more time for you to enjoy yourself.

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