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Australia Tour Holidays

Great natural spectacles like the Great Barrier Reef - the largest structure of living organisms on the planet - and Uluru, rising majestically over Australia’s arid ‘Red Centre’, are among the true icons of world travel. From lush tropical rainforests to soft, white sandy beaches and warm, crystal-blue seas, the geographic diversity of Australia is astounding. And nowhere else will you see kangaroos, koalas and emus in their native habitat.

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Why travel to Australia with Titan

We take care of all the logistics so you don’t have to. So whether you have two weeks to squeeze in as many of Australia’s highlights as possible, or a month to swim with coral fish at the Great Barrier Reef, listen to rainforest birds, look out for crocs in the wetlands and absorb the eclectic towns between, then you can do that, knowing you’re in safe hands.

Your holiday doesn’t have to start and end with your tour. We can add stopovers, arrange extra nights in Australia, and sort out alternative flights if you’d like to visit friends or family before or after the tour. If you’ve got the time, you could even combine two itineraries – perfect if you want in-depth tours of both Australia and New Zealand. Speak to one of our travel advisors and they can help you to plan your dream trip.

Plus with our award-winning VIP door-to-door travel service, you can switch on holiday mode from the get-go. You’ll be whisked off to the airport from your very front door (and they’ll drop you home again) no matter where you live in the UK.

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  • Cute Koala in SydneyCute Koala in Sydney
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  • Port Douglas beachPort Douglas beach
  • Australian outback kangarooAustralian outback kangaroo
  • Great Barrier Reef Great Barrier Reef
  • Ayers RockAyers Rock

See Australia with Titan

  • Sydney, the country’s biggest city, is famed for its beaches, Opera House and Harbour Bridge, and is also a gateway to the spectacular Blue Mountains
  • Melbourne, Australia’s charming cultural capital with Victorian grandeur and modern outlook, is within sight of Yarra Valley, the Little Penguins of Phillip Island, the historic Puffing Billy Steam Train and the Twelve Apostles along the Great Ocean Road
  • Cosmopolitan Perth, on the Pacific coast, is one of the world’s most isolated major cities, and a gateway to Rottnest Island, home of the wonderfully chipper quokkas
  • Darwin, a historically fascinating city, sits near beautiful Katherine Gorge and Kakadu’s ever-changing wetlands
  • Cairns is on the doorstep of tropical parks and the Great Barrier Reef
  • Noosa, a surfer’s town on the beach-lined Sunshine Coast is the departure point for the world’s largest sand island - the beautiful Fraser Island - with evolving white sand dunes and crystal clear lakes
  • The Red Centre is more than hot, terracotta-red desert - there’s Uluru and Kata Tjuta, indigenous stories and rock art, and Alice Springs with its famous Royal Flying Doctor Service


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Great Barrier Reef

The largest coral reef system in the world, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Great Barrier Reef stretches for more than 2,300km off the coast of Queensland.

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