Australia with the family (13 days)

Visit Australia and let your senses soar! With international flights from all over the world, this is the perfect destination for a trip with your family!

Day 1: Arrive at Sydney


On the first day of your trip try to recover from the jet lag and take a relaxing stroll around Sydney – take a tour of the Sydney Opera House or a walk over the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Day 2: Sydney

Pro surfer competing in the Australian Open of Surfing, Manly Beach, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Spend the day at the beach and learn how to surf, or if you are already a professional, enjoy the amazing waves of Manly Beach. When the Tasman Sea has finished with you, head back into the city to the Sydney Aquarium in Darling Harbour.

Day 3: Sydney


Spend the third day of your trip exploring The Blue Mountains, which rear up to over 1000m, forming chasms and sheer rock walls. This beautiful setting is a great place to spot Aussie wildlife so keep an eye out for kangaroos and koalas.

Day 4: Flight to Brisbane


This subtropical city has skyscrapers bordering one bank of the river and a city beach and lagoon on the other – it’s the sort of thing every city should have.

Day 5: Brisbane

Enjoy a day of fun around Brisbane. You could visit one of the theme parks or, alternatively, Australia Zoo, where you can see all your favourite Australian animals in one place.

Day 6-7: The Sunshine Coast

032032  Noosa Heads  Aerial of Noosa Heads

Leave Brisbane and head north to Noosa. The easy 2 hour drive goes via the Glasshouse Mountains, volcanic plugs that jut hundreds of metres into the sky. Enjoy the amazing sandy beaches of the Sunshine Coast.

Day 8: Fraser Island

Fraser Island is the world’s largest sand island, and makes a great adventure. The seas around the island are filled with sharks and all sorts of vicious sea creatures, but the freshwater lakes of the island have perfect sandy beaches and no such dangers. This 4×4 day trip will introduce you to the natural attractions and give you a good chance to spot wild dingoes.

Day 9: Back to Brisbane. Flight to Cairns

Catch a drive back to Brisbane Airport in time for your flight to Cairns in Tropical North Queensland. Tonight visit the lively night market.

Day 10: Cairns

Cairns Lagoon

Cairns is the starting point for the Great Barrier Reef, and you can get to the outer reef easily. Your family will love spotting the adorable orange fish Nemo and other marine life, either with mask and snorkel, or for those that don’t like getting their hair wet, from a glass bottomed boat.

Day 11: Cairns

The second incredible wildlife experience up here is the Daintree Rainforest. The forest is 180 million years old and is one of the most ancient on Earth. It combines peaceful atmosphere and exciting wildlife (keep an eye out for the crocs lurking in the river).

Day 12: Cairns

Enjoy the final day looking out over the Coral Sea from Cairns’ waterfront lagoon, which is a perfect place to escape the tropical heat.

Day 13: Outband flight

Prices starting at 600 Euro

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