Our Sydney/Canberra tour is one of our most popular tours, and it’s no mystery why. Sydney and Canberra are both destinations not to be missed during a visit to Australia. As Australia’s capital and largest inland city, Canberra is home to the diplomatic embassies, the Parliament House and Australian Memorial. In Canberra, you will also be visiting Australia’s largest flower festival, the Floriade.
You will head onto Sydney – a must see for all, local and international guests alike. You will be staying at 4-star Rydges Sydney Central in the CBD, a short 10-minute walk to Chinatown.
Melbourne City – 7:30 PM
14 Sep – 12 Oct 19 (Every Saturday)
DAY 1: MELBOURNE – CANBERRA
Depart Melbourne in the morning, travel via Hume Highway to Canberra with shops in Glenrowan (Where Ned Kelly was arrested). Arrive in Australia’s Capital City – Canberra, then transfer to Hotel.
DAY 2: CANBERRA – FLORIADE – SYDNEY (B)
After breakfast, we will go on the Canberra City Tour. On this tour, you will be visiting one of the world’s best known fully planned Parliament House, Australian city and it’s impressive public buildings, including the new War Memorial and Diplomatic Embassies. Enjoy the view of Lake Burley Griffin with its Carillon and spectacular Captain Cook Memorial, Water Jet, and then transfer to Floriade – Australia’s largest flower festival. In the evening, transfer to Sydney’s hotel for check-in.
DAY 3: SYDNEY (B)
Commence Sydney City Tour which includes Opera House (outside inspection), Cruising around Darling Harbour with lunch (meal included), Mrs Macquaries’s Chair, Hyde Park, Darling Harbour and shopping in the China Town.
DAY 4: SYDNEY – MELBOURNE (B)
From hotel we drive via Hume Hwy, to arrive at Melbourne in the evening.
This tour is perfect for those who are visiting Melbourne and would like to venture out to Sydney for a few days. As with many tours, your day will start very early at around 7am; however, the sights you explore will make it all worth it. The drive between Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney are broken down in two parts on the way to Sydney; we stop for a night in Canberra, before venturing out to Sydney the next day, where you will enjoy 2 nights at a 4-4.5* at a central city hotel.
The trip from Sydney back to Melbourne will be about 10 hours, with stops in between to rest.