Australia – the “Land Down Under”Isn’t Australia far away? What is there to see? What can we do there? Can I see it all in 7 days? Can I stop in New Zealand for two to three days and see that country? What is the “outback?” Who are the aboriginal peoples? Why go there?
These are the most common questions we hear.
Australia – with a land mass equal to the United States – doesn’t off very much – UNLESS you enjoy adventure, archeology, architecture, culture, entertainment, food and fine wines, golf, history, horseback riding, wilderness areas, hiking, biking, rafting, diving, snorkeling, sailing, whale watching, participating on a cattle drive, off road vehicles, wildlife,rain forests, vibrant cities, shopping, exploration, camping, and best of all warm friendly people who love the U.S.!
Australia has 17 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, wildlife with names such as Koala, wallaby, and wombat; places like Uluru and The Kimberley and Great Barrier Reef, boomerangs and didgeridoos.
CALL US – we will throw some shrimp on the barbie and plan your journey to Land Down Under!! Email Michael.
INSIDER’S TIP: Twice a year visitors may participate in a real cattle drive! Make time for a behind-the-scenes tour of the world famous Sydney Opera House!
DON’T: Don’t rent a car unless you’re comfortable driving on the left-hand side of the street! Please don’t cram too much into your journey—doing both Australia AND New Zealand? We suggest 3 weeks for both!