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19 days from £4,449 per person


Australia’s diversity is placed front and centre on this tour. We’ll travel to World Heritage Sites and national parks, tour three state capitals, swim with rainbow-bright fish in tropical Queensland and get away from it all in the Northern Territory’s remote ‘red centre’. Three nights each in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth gives us plenty of time to see the sights, and three laid-back days in coastal Cairns is the perfect breather mid-way through our trip.

Your holiday includes:

11 excursions and visits

  • City tours of Sydney, Melbourne and Perth
  • Captain Cook Harbour Cruise
  • Entry to Cooks Cottage
  • Full-day excursion to the Yarra Valley, including lunch and steam train
  • Great Barrier Reef Cruise
  • Visit to Kata Tjuta
  • Sunset viewing of Uluru
  • Sunrise tour of Uluru
  • Fremantle river cruise


  • 15 nights in hotels and 3 in flight (accommodation as specified or similar)
  • International and internal flights as detailed. Prices are based on return flights with Qantas from London Heathrow - outbound via Singapore. Supplements may apply from other airports
  • 19 meals: 15 breakfasts (days 4-18) 4 lunches (days 4, 8, 10 and 14)


  • Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service
  • Titan tour manager
  • Travel in destination by coach
  • Porterage


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    Days 1-2 UK - In flight

    Titan’s VIP door-to-door travel service collects you from home, for your flight to Sydney.

    In flight

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    On arrival our coach transfers you to the Vibe Hotel (4-star), where your room will be ready for you to make home for the next three nights. Take some time to relax with the remainder of the day at leisure.

    Vibe Hotel, Sydney (4-star)

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    A city tour introduces the highlights of Sydney, one of the world’s greatest cities. Dominated by ‘the coat hanger’ Sydney Harbour Bridge and the distinctive white sails of the Opera House, Sydney’s harbour is one of the most recognisable in the world. The 19th century Royal Botanical Gardens and Hyde Park, famed for its magnificent fig-tree-lined avenues, also reward a visit. In the early afternoon, we board a cruise vessel for an unforgettable exploration of Sydney from the water’s perspective, including lunch - see its sumptuous waterfront homes and its iconic harbour in more detail.

    Vibe Hotel, Sydney (4-star)

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    A full day to explore Sydney at leisure. An easy stroll from our hotel will take you through the charming old dockland streets of the Rocks - the area where the first British convicts settled, which retains much of its Victorian character thanks to the efforts of conservationists in the 1960s and 1970s, and now hosts numerous fine shops, galleries and restaurants. Nearby Circular Quay has some wonderful dining venues of its own. On the other side of the Quay is the unmistakable shape of the Opera House, which invites countless photo opportunities. Stroll through the Botanical Gardens, admiring the flora, and along historic Macquarie Street, a parade of grand colonial-style buildings including the State Conservatory of Music, Parliament House and the Mint, all designed by Englishman Francis Greenway, who was transported to Australia for forgery. Shopping opportunities abound in Sydney, but many of the best can be found on Pitt Street, running south of Circular Quay, and George Street, which boasts one of the most sublime shopping centres in the world - the Queen Victoria Building, with its three floors of bow-fronted shops adorned with marble, gilt panelling and stained glass.

    Vibe Hotel, Sydney (4-star)

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    Sydney - Melbourne

    We take a morning flight to Melbourne and spend the afternoon familiarising ourselves with Victoria’s capital on a tour that takes in the fine contrast of Victorian, Edwardian and 21st century buildings that line wide boulevards plied by the ubiquitous trams, and its Botanical Gardens, a substantial part of the delightful parkland that comprises more than one third of this ‘garden city’. We also visit Fitzroy Gardens, another of Melbourne’s beautiful gardens and home to Cooks’ Cottage, built in England in 1755 and transported to Melbourne 180 years later. We spend the next three nights in the Travelodge Southbank (3.5-star).

    Travelodge Southbank, Melbourne (3.5 star)

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    Today is yours to relax or see more of Melbourne independently. Take some time to enjoy the South Bank’s café culture and boutique shops, visit Queen Victoria Market, the largest open-air market in the southern hemisphere, pop into the state library to see Ned Kelly’s hand-made armour, or take a tram to Melbourne Zoo to watch platypus play.

    Travelodge Southbank, Melbourne (3.5 star)

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    Yarra Valley

    We take a full-day tour to the Yarra Valley, sprawled between mountain and city. Renowned as one of the world’s greatest regions for food and wine, you will find acre after acre of lush orchards, vineyards and farmland. We get to enjoy the boundless scenes as we travel on the historic Puffing Billy Steam Train from Belgrave to Menzies Creek, and sample the local produce with wine tastings and lunch at a winery.

    Travelodge Southbank, Melbourne (3.5 star)

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    Melbourne - Cairns

    Fly to Cairns, a city with two World Heritage listed natural treasures on its doorstep - the Great Barrier Reef and the Wet Tropics of Queensland. Transfer to the Cairns Plaza Hotel (3.5-star) for our four night stay.

    Cairns Plaza Hotel (3.5 star)

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    Great Barrier Reef

    The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest reef system and the largest structure built by living organisms. It is breathtaking in scale - covering an area of 344,000km² - and is visible from space. As awe-inspiring as its size, is the variety and colour of the tropical fish that inhabit its shallow waters; and today presents opportunities to see them your way. We take an exhilarating catamaran journey across the blue Coral Sea to the reef, where you can choose to spend your time exploring as you wish. Perhaps snorkel in the sheltered coral lagoon, view the reef from the semi-submersible reef viewer, take a trip in a glass bottom boat or view its beauty from the underwater observatory. Lunch is included and we return to Cairns, late afternoon.

    Cairns Plaza Hotel (3.5 star)

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    Two days at leisure or take a trip into the surrounding tropical parks and forests to spot some of the many species of plants, birds, mammals and reptiles inhabiting the area.

    Cairns Plaza Hotel (3.5 star)

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    Cairns - Kata Tjuta - Uluru

    We take a morning flight to Ayers Rock. On arrival we transfer to our accommodation, the Desert Gardens Hotel (3T+). This afternoon we travel to the Olgas, a collection of rounded rocks known to Aborigines as Kata Tjuta (‘Many Heads’), one of which, Mount Olga, is 200m taller than Uluru, at 548m. We then head to Australia’s most famous natural site, Uluru, to watch the colours of the great rock change as the sun sets, with a glass of sparkling wine and canapés.

    Desert Gardens Hotel, Uluru (3.5-star)

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    Uluru - Alice Springs

    We have an early start to watch the sunrise at Uluru, which is of deep cultural significance to the Aborigines, who now officially own the park in which it stands. Uluru has inspired a number of paintings and carvings - learn about the Aboriginal interpretation of the rock and their art as you tour the base. A packed breakfast is included today. Later, we journey towards Alice Springs, stopping en route for an included BBQ lunch. On arrival we check in to the DoubleTree Alice Springs (4-star) or Mercure Alice Springs (4-star) for one night. The rest of the day is free for you to explore this famous town.

    Mercure Alice Springs (4-star)

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    Alice Springs - Perth

    Transfer to the airport for your flight to Perth (which may be via Darwin). On arrival, transfer to the Mercure Perth (3.5-star).

    Mercure Perth (3.5 star)

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    We have an included tour of Perth to explore this very green city’s many parks and elegant array of turn-of-the-century buildings. During the course of our fascinating day we also visit Fremantle’s old port; where the town’s old-English colonial atmosphere is yours to enjoy, and take a cruise along the Swan River, passing the fabulous waterfront homes of Australia’s multi-millionaires.

    Mercure Perth (3.5 star)

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    A day at leisure to explore Western Australia’s capital including London Court, a small pedestrianised Tudor style street complete with carved woodwork and gargoyles. With a charming atmosphere, small shops and quaint cafés, it’s a delightful rest bite from the surrounding skyscrapers. Or take one last opportunity to relax on one of the city’s sandy beaches.

    Mercure Perth (3.5 star)

  • Day 18 Perth - In flight

    Enjoy your last few hours in Perth before we transfer to the airport for your flight to the UK.

    In flight

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    Day 19 UK

    Upon arrival, your Titan vehicle will be waiting for the journey home.

    Arrive Home

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Highlights of Australia

19 days from £4,449 per person