Book before June 30th for travel between July 5th and September 30th 2013 and receive 10% discount.
An ideal way to travel from Sydney to Brisbane, our four-day True Blue Safari takes in all the highlights of New South Wales. Learn how to ‘Hang Ten’, hike the picturesque Blue Mountains, zip around the most famous harbour in the world in a jet boat and visit chilled-out Byron Bay.
Tour Price Includes
Professional guide, travel in an air-conditioned vehicle, sightseeing and meals as indicated including Sydney Harbour jet boat ride, World Heritage Blue Mountains, Surf lesson and overnight at a surf camp, accommodation with all bedding and National park fees.
What you need to Bring
Hat, sunscreen, walking shoes/boots, insect repellent, water bottle, bathers/towel, flip flops/thongs and camera.
- Please call our Reservations Team (1300 551 510) at least 48 hours prior to departure to confirm pick-up location and time.
- Safari not suitable for children under 8 years.
Day 1 (Dinner)
Welcome to the first day of your New South Wales adventure.
What better way to start your tour and get to know your group than by hurtling around the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge on a high-speed jet boat. Complete with up-beat tunes and expert commentary, you will begin your East Coast adventure on a high. After this adrenalin rush we head to our night’s accommodation for a welcome dinner and a few drinks.
● Welcome Dinner
Day 2 (Breakfast)
Today we spend the day visiting one of New South Wales most picturesque destinations, the World Heritage Blue Mountains. Home to the famous Three Sisters rock formations, your guide will take you on a walk down from the lookout to witness the vast land around you. We'll grab a bite to eat in the nearby town of Katoomba where you will be able to explore the various shops before we make our way to the Central Coast for the night.
Day 3 (Breakfast / Dinner)
This morning it’s onwards and upwards to our surf camp on the Coffs Coast. The Coffs Coast - where the Great Dividing Range meets the ocean - is nestled between Sydney and Brisbane. It encompasses 90 kilometres of beaches, 37 state forests, 11 national parks and 84,000 hectares of World Heritage Area.
It also so happens to be a great place to learn how to surf. If you choose to ‘hang ten’ with our included surf lesson, this will take place in the afternoon. If you would rather watch the waves (and the new surfers) roll in, then laze about our beachside accommodation or walk along the beach for sunset.
Day 4 (Breakfast / Dinner)
Following breakfast we head to the famous hippie town of Byron Bay where your guide will take you on a town tour including a walk up to the famous lighthouse – the one you see in all of the photos. Byron is a popular destination for many Australians and tourists alike as it has not allowed corporate hotel chains and restaurants to take over town, allowing it to retain its laid back village appeal. We finish the day in the Queensland capital of Brisbane with a farewell dinner and a toast to a good trip.