Australia brings to its tourists' adventures that are rare to be getting in the other continents. From amazing landscapes to dynamic tourist spots, it fills the hearts of its travelers with joy that is highly unaccounted for. In this awesomely designed 7-Days Australia tour, you will be traveling from Sydney, the financial capital of Australia to a more sublime Brisbane that houses some natural wonders. The trip will show you some unusual and intriguing sights that no other country or trips can provide. From wine tasting to visiting the gold mines to witnessing Surfing, this trip provides it all to those who love adventure. Apart from these all, you will be traveling to some beautiful bays, beaches, and amazing coastal villages to learn the local cultures and language. Also, Australia has a rich tradition of local cuisines and seafood that you can learn while going on those heritage walks around the local villages and counties. From Sydney to Brisbane, your luxury Australia travel agent will also take you to some historical sites and archaeological marvels that had a long impact on the history and culture of Australia. Check out some of the highlights of this trip here –
Trip at a Glance:
This 7-Days magnificent tour of Australia will be starting at Sydney and will take you to various locations throughout the tour. You will be visiting Nundle, Bingara, Yamba, Byron Bay, Brisbane from where your departure will take place. Check out the day wise itinerary here –
Day 1: Arrival at Sydney and Visiting the city
Sydney is one of the largest cities of Australia and also serves as the capital of New South Wales. The city is also called as the financial capital of Australia as many of the leading businesses seem to be taking place here. The port town has some majestic views and architecture and this is where you will be starting your tour from on the first day. You will be meeting your Australia tour agent here who will take you to the pre-booked hotel. The day will be at your pleasure to explore. There are many places to explore in Sydney should you decide to come out of your hotel. You can visit the Sydney Opera House which is an excellent place to hang out. Also, try to visit the Diamond Harbour and the Circular Quay while visiting the Harbour Bridge and the famous Royal Botanic Garden. From Sydney Tower’s outdoor platform which is called the Skywalk, you can take a 360-degree view of the city and its famous architectures as well. it is also an excellent place to take some beautiful photographs. You will be staying the night here in Sydney so that you can start early for Nundle tomorrow.
Day 2: Visiting Nundle and transfer to Bingara
Nundle is a beautiful village situated near the New England region of the New South Wales County of Australia. You will be visiting this very beautiful place on the second day of the tour with your Australia vacations agent. Visit Hunter Valley in Nundle for wine tasting at the local wineries and after lunch to the Nundle Sheep Station where you can meet a sheep shearer and experience a demonstration of shearing. You can also learn about local sheep farming while enjoying dinner at the end of the day and the menu would be lamb dinner with some locals. In the evening you can visit Chaffey Dam and Hanging Rock lookout to spend some quality serene town in the country. you will be spending the night here in Nundle.
Day 3: Visiting Bingara and Tamworth
Day three of the tour would be all about the countryside of Australia. You will first be visiting Tamworth which is a city in the Northeast of the New South Wales. This place is widely known for the Tamworth Country Music Festival which brings in lots of known and budding talents from the entire trans-Tasman region. After breakfast here, you can visit the Big Golden Guitar Centre which houses a big guitar statue and has some music stores and wax museum as well. try and also visit the Central Tamworth Regional Gallery House where you can buy some local textile and artifacts. After this, you will be visiting Bingara which is a small town as well situated near the Gwydir River in Murchison County. This County is situated in the New England Region of New South Wales. This is one of the places in Australia where diamonds have been found. You can go to one of the gold mines to try some gold panning. Enjoy the nightlife of Bingara here.
Day 4: Visiting Yamba and Yuraygir National Park
Yamba is a beautiful place located in the New South Wales area of Australia and is situated at the mouth of Clarence River. There are numerous places to visit in Yamba. Do visit the famous Pippi Beach or the Yamba beach for an exquisite swim and serene sunbath on the golden sands of the sea. You can also choose to visit Yuraygir National Park which is very much the serene destination you want to be away from the bustling of the city life. End the day with savoring the local dishes and the seafood.
Day 5 and Day 6: Visiting Byron Bay
In the morning of the fifth day, your Australia tour agent will take you to the beautiful coastal town of Byron Bay in the southeastern side of New South Wales. This place is known for its beaches where you can go for Scuba diving and surfing also. Apart from beaches, this coastal town also has some ancient architecture and history associated with it. you can walk up to the lighthouse which is located on the farthest easterly point of Australia to see some whales and endless seawater. You can get a lesson or two from some local surfing experts as well. the Byron Bay also provides its visitors with the facility of Skydiving or sea Kayaking. Enjoy the absolutely stunning nightlife of Byron Bay while also enjoying the local delicacies.
Day 7: From Byron Bay to Brisbane
On the last day, you will be traveling to Brisbane to end the tour while also having ample time to visit the famous locations across Brisbane depending upon your flight timings.
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