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The Land Down Under

Australia, often referred to as “The Land Down Under,” is a country and continent located in the Southern Hemisphere, known for its breathtaking natural landscapes, unique wildlife, diverse culture, and vibrant cities. Spanning an enormous landmass, Australia is a land of contrasts, from its arid deserts to lush rainforests, and it boasts a rich history, a democratic government, and a strong economy.

Geography and Landscapes:

Australia’s geographical diversity is one of its defining features. The country is vast, covering approximately 2.94 million square miles (7.68 million square kilometers). Its landscapes range from the iconic Australian Outback, characterized by vast deserts and rugged terrain, to the lush, tropical rainforests of the north, and the stunning coastal regions along the east and west coasts. The Great Barrier Reef, off the coast of Queensland, is the world’s largest coral reef system, teeming with marine life and vibrant coral formations.


Australia is renowned for its unique and often unusual wildlife. It is home to a wide variety of endemic species, many of which cannot be found anywhere else in the world. Kangaroos, koalas, wombats, and wallabies are just a few examples of marsupials that inhabit the Australian continent. The country also boasts an array of birdlife, including the emu and the kookaburra.
One of Australia’s most distinctive features is its dangerous wildlife, such as venomous snakes, spiders, and the infamous saltwater crocodile. However, despite these dangers, Australia has developed a strong commitment to conservation, with numerous national parks and protected areas dedicated to preserving its unique biodiversity.

Indigenous Culture:

Australia’s history dates back tens of thousands of years, with Indigenous Australians having a deep and enduring connection to the land. Aboriginal culture is rich and diverse, with over 250 distinct language groups and a rich oral tradition. Indigenous Australians have a profound spiritual and cultural connection to the land, which is reflected in their art, music, dance, and storytelling.

European Settlement:

Australia’s modern history began with European settlement in the late 18th century. The arrival of British convicts in 1788 marked the beginning of European colonization, leading to the establishment of settlements that would eventually become cities such as Sydney and Melbourne. The impact of colonization on Indigenous populations, including dispossession of land and loss of culture, remains a complex and important aspect of Australian history.

Government and Democracy:

Australia is a federal parliamentary constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary democracy. The country operates under a Westminster-style system of government, with a Prime Minister as the head of government and a Governor-General representing the British monarch as the head of state. Australia’s political system is known for its stability, and it has a long history of peaceful transitions of power through democratic elections.


Australia’s economy is highly developed and diversified. It has a strong focus on natural resources, including mining (notably coal, iron ore, and gold), agriculture (wheat, beef, and wool), and energy production (coal, natural gas, and renewable energy sources). Additionally, Australia has a thriving services sector, including finance, tourism, education, and healthcare.

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Aussie Odyssey

Welcome to Australia!!! Arrive Melbourne- known as most liveable city. After completing custom formalities, transfer to hotel. Hotel check in. evening is free at leisure to explore the city. Melbourne has a wonderful blend of architectural heritage, modern skyscrapers, vibrant cafes, cosmopolitan restaurants, colorful parklands and beautiful waterways. You can visit the Crown casino and entertainment complex for numerous restaurants, cafes, shops, and cinema. Overnight in hotel.

After Breakfast, enjoy the City Orientation tour with MCG ground (subject to no event). See the beautifully maintained lawns and feel the aura of sitting in the stands of one of the best Cricket grounds in the world. Check-in at the hotel. Evening free

In the morning make your own way to departure point for a journey to one of the most beautiful roads in the world delivering breath-taking views of the coast, a glimpse into the wild nature of the rain forests, rivers and waterfalls, the mighty 12 Apostles and an abundance of wildlife to visit at the Great Ocean Road. There is no word to express the beauty of the Great Ocean Road! Later late in the evening return to Melbourne.

In the morning, you will be transferred to the airport for your flight to Brisbane. On arrival at airport in Brisbane, you will be transferred to your hotel in Gold Coast. Take a leisure walk to enjoy the view from the Sky Point Observation Deck located on level 77 of the Q1 building, enjoy the unsurpassed 360 degree views of the Gold Coast beaches to the hinterland and beyond. Evening spend day at leisure, feel free walk to the famous surfers paradise beach.

After Breakfast depart for Jet boating and then to sea world Journey into the depths at Sea World, with a diverse mix of marine life and animals, featuring attractions from kids; rides in Beach Break Bay to adrenaline-pumping roller coasters and educational shows. Make sure to get a bird’s-eyes view of the park on the Sky High Skyway before the end of the day.

Hold on tight and get ready to experience some pulse-racing roller coasters and exhilarating rides, such as Ark ham Asylum, the Batwing Space shot or the Scooby-Doo Spooky Coaster. Take the kids down to the Junior Driving School, where they can take the driving seat and zoom through the kid-sized version of Warner Bros. Movie World. There is plenty of family entertainment and shows, including Hollywood Stunt Driver 2 and the 4D film experience with Blu and Jewel, two of the last blue macaws on Earth.

After having Breakfast proceed for gold coast to board our flight for Cairns. Arrive Cairns & proceed to board our coach and transfer to Kuranda Village by Scenic Sky Rail and enjoy the 7.5kms long cable car ride to Smithfield station and onwards. At Kuranda you can stroll and Shop Local Handicrafts of ancient Art and Sculpture at the Heritage Market.

Full day excursion to The Great Barrier Reef – one of the planet’s most extraordinary natural wonders with 2300 km long coral reef system in Coral Sea, comprising of thousands of reefs and hundreds of islands made of soft and hard corals, is the only living organism that can be spotted from space. We take a catamaran to one of the islands of Great Barrier Reef and experience the world of colorful corals, fish and marine life through a Glass bottom boat or a Semi-Submersible. You also get a chance to enjoy various adventure water sport activities like Scuba do, Scuba diving, Snorkelling etc. on your own.

You will be transferred to the airport for your flight to Sydney. On arrival in Sydney, you will be transferred to your hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure. You have the option of enjoying a romantic evening on the Sydney Showboat Dinner Cruise with Indian Dinner, music and dance extravaganza. Enjoy a panoramic city tour of Sydney This morning, capture the spirit of this glorious city on a panoramic city tour. See the Darling Harbour and Cockle Bay, as you cross the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Stop at Milsons Point for spectacular views of the Opera House, Harbour Bridge and the famous city skyline. Travel through the exclusive and trendy suburbs of Neutral Bay and Mosman and enjoy magnificent views from Sea forth. Lookout over Middle Head and Pearl Bay Marinas. Stop at Arabanoo and enjoy a panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean and rugged headland. Enjoy morning tea (at your own expense) at the seaside township of Manly. Take a walk along the Corso, which separates the harbour from the ocean and see the beautiful Bondi Beach and much more. Later travel through Queenscliff passing Freshwater Bay and Curl Curl Beach and return to Sydney via the exclusive northern suburbs of Sydney. Conclude your morning at either King Street Wharf or Circular Quay. Bring your cameras for many stunning photographic opportunities

After breakfast depart to Feather dale Wildlife Park and Blue Mountains located in New South Wales, Australia. Also visit The Three Sisters which the Blue Mountains most spectacular Landmark. Located at echo point Katoomba, around 2.5 kilometers from the Great western highway, this iconic visitor attraction is experienced by millions of people every year. The Scenic Skyway is the largest aerial cable car in the Southern Hemisphere Discover panoramic views of the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains from the Scenic Cableway. Also Discover the thrill of a 52 degree incline (128% incline) riding the steepest passenger railway in the world. return to Sydney.

In the morning after breakfast, depart with wonderful memories of your tour depart for the flight back home.

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