AUSTRALIA


Sydney Australia, known as the Harbor City, has both a unique landscape, as well as a unique history. The sheltered harbor of Sydney Australia made Sydney an excellent home for indigenous peoples, and later a useful port for Europeans. On January 26th, 1788, 11 ships from Britain arrived in Sydney Cove. Called the "First Fleet", these ships carried British soldiers, along with British prisoners, sent to establish a new colony. Modern Sydney still bears the mark of these early settlers. Some of Sydney's main streets run along the original trails carved out by European settlers.

Explore The AUSTRALIA


Today, Sydney is known for its beautiful harbor, along with the Harbour Bridge that graces its waters. The Sydney Opera House is also a famous landmark for Australians and tourists alike, and an excellent stop on your Australia sightseeing journey. The Opera House is open year round, and features some of the best in world dance, music, and theatre. Travel in Sydney is not complete without touring the house, or maybe even seeing a show. You may even purchase tickets online when planning your trip. For travelers who are patrons of the arts, the Sydney Arts Festival is also a great option. Held each January during Australia's summer, this event is completely free of charge. The arts festival is an exciting way to experience both European and Indigenous tradition, along with music, dance, and arts from around the world.
Art from around the world can also be found in local shopping centers throughout Sydney. One of the most popular is the Queen Victoria Building. The Queen Victoria Building is a landmark in its own right, as well as being one of Sydney's premier shopping centers, both for personal and gift shopping.
Another of the more popular Sydney attractions, and a great stop as you continue Australia sightseeing in Sydney, is the beautiful stretch of beaches along the city's coast. Tourists come to Sydney from around the world to surf, sun bathe, and scuba dive in and around the waters of Sydney. Another popular activity as you travel in Sydney is a Harbor Cruise. Cruises are available for both lunch and dinner, and guests will have a chance to stroll and dine as they sail around the beautiful harbor.
For many travelers who are new to the city and looking for Sydney attractions, a tour of the city itself provides a great way to become familiar with all things Sydney. Free walking tour brochures are available, free of charge, and have been provided by the City of Sydney's Historical Program. Brochures can be found at any library or community center within the city of Sydney.
While taking your walking tour as part of your Australia sightseeing, you might happen to stroll by The Rocks, a section of Sydney once known for it's squalid and disease ridden condition. Things have changed since the days of the prison settlements, and modern day tourists will see none of the destitute buildings of the past. In the early 1970’s, The Rocks was completely renovated, to create one of the most charming neighborhoods for shopping and enjoying local cafes. The history alone makes this an interesting stop when visiting Sydney Australia.
These are just a few of the fun and interesting landmarks and activities to be enjoyed in Sydney, Australia. However you spend your time, you'll be sure to find many unique Sydney attractions and exciting things to do.

Sydney And Its Surrounds
7days & 6nights
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DAY 01 – Arrive Sydney
There’s no place in the world like Sydney! Your magical holiday Down Under begins today as you arrive into this very city.  Upon arrival you are met and are transferred to your hotel. Check in and relax. Later relax in the city and enjoy the atmosphere) Overnight in Sydney.

DAY 02 – Sydney – Blue Mountains – Sydney
Wake up early this morning and get ready for the air-conditioned coach to pick you up from your hotel and drive you to the world heritage Blue Mountains. On the way visit award winning Featherdale Wildlife Park and be surrounded by the Australian native animals. Don’t forget to pat a Koala. Stop at Leura, a little village for lolly and antique shops. Now to the Blue Mountains – first the Echo Point Lookout. View the Three Sisters Rock Formation. Visit Scenic World and ride the world’s steepest railway, cableway or skyway. a gentle bushwalk to Wentworth Falls and discover breathtaking views of Jamison and Megalong valley. On return travel through Sydney’s 2000 Olympic site and catch a Ferry to finish off the day with a relaxing Cruise along Parramatta river. Alternatively, you can choose to be dropped at the hotel but you’ll miss the Ferry Cruise. Overnight in Sydney.  

DAY 03 – Sydney
Armed with your 3 in 1 pass today, post breakfast, its time for you to explore the city further. The monorail has several stops and one that you could start with is the visit to the Sydney tower that allows you a breathtaking view of the city. This could be followed with a stop at the famous Paddy’s market where you will find all kinds of souvenirs and knick knacks. Continue on the monorail and you could stop at the Harbour side Shopping Centre, have early dinner (if Indian) at Zaffran, else Seafood at Jordan’s Restaurant, Nicks Bar and Grill there and finish off with the Australian Wildlife Park and the Aquarium. They are both open until 2200 hrs and hence you can plan your day leisurely so that nothing is missed. Overnight in Sydney.
Evening its time for you to enjoy a Dinner cruise along the Harbor and watch the entire place come alive. Overnight in Sydney. 

DAY 04 –Port Stephen
Port Stephen- Dolphin Watching Cruise & Australian Reptile Park & Lunch (wed & sun)

Day 5-Hunter Valley
Hunter Valley -Wine & Chocolate tasting with Hunter Valley Garden & Lunch.

Day 6 Canberra
Capital of Australia. National Museum, Guided tour of Parliament etc (Mon, wed & Friday)

Day 7 - Sydney
Your tryst Down Under comes to an end today as you are escorted to the airport to board your flight back home.
Hope you have had a fabulous holiday.  

 

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SYDNEY-BRISBANE (GOLD COAST)
7DAYS 6NIGHTS
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DAY 01 – Arrive Sydney                                                     
There’s no place in the world like Sydney! Your magical holiday Down Under begins today as you arrive into this very city.  Upon arrival you are met and are transferred to your hotel. Check in and relax. Later relax in the city and enjoy the atmosphere) Overnight in Sydney.

AY 02 – Sydney – Blue Mountains – Sydney     
Wake up early this morning and get ready for the air-conditioned coach to pick you up from your hotel and drive you to the world heritage Blue Mountains. On the way visit award winning Feather dale Wildlife Park and be surrounded by the Australian native animals. Don’t forget to pat a Koala. Stop at Laura, a little village for lolly and antique shops. Now to the Blue Mountains – first the Echo Point Lookout. View the Three Sisters Rock Formation. Visit Scenic World and ride the world’s steepest railway, cableway or skyway. A gentle bushwalk to Wentworth Falls and discover breathtaking views of Jamison and Megalong valley. On return travel through Sydney’s 2000 Olympic site and catch a Ferry to finish off the day with a relaxing Cruise along Parramatta River. Alternatively, you can choose to be dropped at the hotel but you’ll miss the Ferry Cruise. Overnight in Sydney.   

DAY 03 – Sydney                                                                  
Armed with your 3 in 1 pass today, post breakfast, its time for you to explore the city further. The monorail has several stops and one that you could start with is the visit to the Sydney tower that allows you a breathtaking view of the city. This could be followed with a stop at the famous Paddy’s market where you will find all kinds of souvenirs and knick knacks. Continue on the monorail and you could stop at the Harbour side Shopping Centre, have lunch there and finish off with the Australian Wildlife Park and the Aquarium. In the evening its time for you to enjoy a Dinner cruises along the Sydney Harbour and watch the entire place come alive with Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. Overnight in Sydney.  

Day 04- Sydney to Gold Coast                                                             
Take an early flight from Sydney to Gold Coast and reach Gold Coast and transferred to the hotel by midday. Rest of the day is free to explore the beaches, shops and buzz of Gold Coast. Overnight in Gold Coast.

Day 05 – Gold Coast to Brisbane                                            
Start early from Gold Coast and take a full day trip to Brisbane

Highlights:
Brisbane city tour, Morning tea at Breakfast Creek Hotel, River cruise featuring magnificent and historic buildings, Visit Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, Mt. Cootha Lookout on your return.
Tour by coach through the CBD past prominent buildings and feel the heartbeat of Brisbane past and present. You will tour past many historical and significant architectural buildings, including City Hall, Parliament House, St. John’s Cathedral, Treasury Casino and much more. Enjoy morning tea by the river at the Breakfast Creek Hotel and explore the grounds of Newstead House, Queensland’s oldest residence with its wide colonial verandahs overlooking the river.
Cruise up the river, past prestigious suburbs and historic buildings including the magnificent sandstone buildings of Customs House. Cruise under the Story Bridge and past the Kangaroo Point Cliffs to South Bank. In the afternoon visit Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary where you will have the opportunity to ‘cuddle a koala’. On your return to the city you will visit Mt. Coottha Lookout and take in views spanning the Great Dividing Range to the west and Moreton Bay and Islands in the east.

Departs: Daily 8.00am Gold Coast
Returns: 6.00pm Gold Coast
Rest of the day is free to enjoy. Overnight in Gold Coast.

Day 06- Gold Coast to Australian Zoo                
(Made famous by Steve Irwin, the Crocodile Hunter)

Highlights:
Sunshine Coast, Australia Zoo, Australian wildlife
The Sunshine Coast, home of Australia Zoo, has been a popular holiday playground for Australians and visitors alike. This tour goes directly to and from Australia Zoo, made famous by the antics of the late Steve Irwin (The Crocodile Hunter) and Terri Irwin and their global documentaries. You will have time to experience the best of Australia Zoo. Spend almost 6 hours seeing the many shows and demonstrations including crocodile feeding and snake handling. The handlers even walk some animals through the park so you can get up close and personal.
The Zoo has a team of over 500, who believe in conservation through exciting education, who will ensure you have a wildlife experience you’ll never forget.
Departs:Daily 8.00am Gold Coast
Returns: 6.30pm Gold Coast
Overnight in Gold Coast.
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Day 06-Theme Parks                                                           
Start Early and enjoy either Movie World or Sea World
Spend whole day in either Movie World or Sea World. You will be transferred to and from either of these 2 places. Overnight in Gold Coast.

Day 07- Return to Sydney                                                   
Catch an early flight from Gold Coast to Sydney and wait in the airport to be transferred to the international terminal to fly back to Bangladesh.