Sydney is one of the world’s most famous and vibrant cities

Originally settled as a penal colony, today it’s  gorgeous harbour, and seductive outdoor lifestyle make it everyone’s favorite city.   Visit the iconic Opera House, explore the Rocks and market places, the art galleries and café’s.

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  • Climb Sydney Harbour Bridge
  • Take a bicycle tour around town
  • Enjoy a harbour tour with picnic lunch
  • Have dinner at one of the happening restaurants
  • Spend the day on Bondi Beach, take a surfing lesson or swim at the Iceberg saltwater pool

 

Hunter Valley

Acclaimed worldwide for its semillon, chardonnay and shiraz varieties, you’ll find around 120 wineries located in the small townships throughout the region, including Australia’s oldest winery at Wyndham Estate.   Many offer wine-tasting classes and cellar doors where you can meet the winemakers and learn about Australian Wines.

We suggest you stay overnight and enjoy a taste of the good life Aussie Style.  Hunter Valley features excellent accommodations, fine restaurants and indulgent spa retreats.  Start the morning with a panoramic valley view from a hot-air balloon.  Take the day to explore, in addition to wine tasting,  shop for antiques and local artworks, play on championship golf courses or just relax .

 The Blue Mountains 

Come discover the blue-hazed beauty of the Blue Mountains  – one million hectares of tall forests, sandstone cliffs, canyons, waterfalls and bushland.      Take in the breathtaking panoramas on a bushwalk, mountain bike, climbing rocks, canyoning or abseiling. Marvel at natural attractions like Wentworth Falls and the Three Sisters - a trio of rocky pinnacles named after an Aboriginal legend. Explore the underground rivers and chambers of Jenolan Caves, then walk the historic Six Foot Track to Katoomba. In amongst the sandstone outcrops and eucalypt forests you’ll find great dining, luxury retreats, the world’s steepest railway and a vibrant community of artists in the charming small towns.