Australia Travel Packages - Monograms® Vacations

Australia

Australia Travel Packages - Monograms® Vacations

Australia

Australia Travel Packages - Monograms® Vacations

Australia

Australia Travel Packages - Monograms® Vacations

Australia

Australia Travel Packages - Monograms® Vacations

Australia

Australia Travel Packages - Monograms® Vacations

Australia

Australia Travel Packages - Monograms® Vacations

Australia

Australia Travel Packages - Monograms® Vacations

Australia

Australia Travel Packages - Monograms® Vacations

Australia

Packages with Adelaide

Adelaide

Founded in 1836, Adelaide was the first freely settled colony in Australia. Today, with a population of approximately one million, it is a laid-back, yet vibrant, city surrounded by spacious parklands. It offers numerous pubs—some dating back to the 1830s—and over 100 restaurants—most within easy walking distance. One of the most visited attractions is the Adelaide Central Market with more than 80 stalls, cafés, and restaurants. Nearby is Kangaroo Island, a sanctuary for wildlife—including wallaby, brushtail possum, Australian sea lions, New Zealand fur seals, kangaroo, and more—with pristine beaches, rugged cliffs, brilliant wildflowers, and crystal-clear water.

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Packages with Alice Springs

Alice Springs

As the Australian Outback's most famous town, Alice Springs is known for its dramatically deep gorges, endless desert landscapes, remote Aboriginal communities, and rich history of pioneers searching for rubies and gold. The most striking natural highlights are the dramatic MacDonnell Ranges that straddle Alice Springs. Other popular attractions include visits to the Old Telegraph Station, the Anzac Hill military memorial, School of the Air, and the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

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Packages with Cairns

Cairns

Originally founded to serve miners heading into the gold fields, Cairns on the northeastern coast of Australia later grew into a major port for exporting gold and metals, minerals, sugar cane, and agricultural products. Today, visitors flock to the city as the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. The reef is less than an hour away by boat and is a premier location for snorkeling, scuba, and glass-bottom boat tours. Other popular attractions: wildlife parks, Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park, and a ride over the area's tropical rainforest canopy on the exhilarating Skyrail Rainforest Cableway.

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Packages with Darwin

Darwin

At the top end of Australia sits Darwin, the balmy capital of the Northern Territory. Being outside is a way of life here, and its revitalized waterfront offers restaurants, shops, and parklands. Discover the city's rich history—from the 1870s gold rush to World War II air raids to the destruction of the city by Cyclone Tracy in 1974—at its museums and memorials. Darwin also has a diverse art scene showcasing contemporary and Aboriginal art. From May-October, experience the vibrant and entertaining atmosphere at Mindil Beach Sunset Market, offering 60 food stalls selling Asian cuisine, 200 arts and crafts stalls, and stunning sunsets over the beach.

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Packages with Hobart

Hobart

The capital of Tasmania, Hobart offers a picturesque setting between majestic Mount Wellington and the River Derwent. Dating from 1804 and built almost entirely by Irish and English convicts, it is Australia's second-oldest city, and its long history can be seen in the restored Georgian buildings, colonial mansions, and quaint cottages. Along the waterfront, visitors can watch the yachts, fishing boats, and Antarctic supply ships. Sandstone warehouses from the past have been transformed into dockside cafés and restaurants. Nearby is Port Arthur, a well-preserved penal colony, which at its peak in the 1840s had 1,100 inmates. You may also choose to visit the Tasmanian Devil Conservation Park to come face-to-face with these fierce creatures.

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Packages with Melbourne

Melbourne

Established on the shores of Port Phillip Bay as a tent city trading post of 50 settlers, the gold rush of the 1850s helped Melbourne eventually grow into the cosmopolitan heart of Australia. Today it's a cultural melting pot and home to a vast collection of high-octane shopping, nightlife, cuisine, and entertainment opportunities. Melbourne also boasts many compelling attractions, like the opulent, Victorian-style Parliament House; the indoor/outdoor Queen Victoria Market; the Shrine of Remembrance memorial to Australia's war heroes; beautiful Fitzroy Gardens and the Royal Botanical Gardens; the fascinating Penguin Parade on Phillip Island; and Yarra Valley, known worldwide for its high quality wine.

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Packages with Sydney

Sydney

As the oldest European settlement in Australia, Sydney was founded as a British penal colony. Today it is the cosmopolitan "Harbour City." Simply overflowing with history, culture, colonial architecture, and natural beauty—and set amid miles of sandy beaches—the city is home to the iconic Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, as well as the historic "Rocks" area, Mrs. Macquarie's Chair in the Botanical Gardens, world-famous Bondi Beach, and Olympic Park from the 2000 Summer Olympics.

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Packages with Uluru (Ayers Rock)

Uluru (Ayers Rock)

A sacred part of the Anangu Aboriginal culture, Uluru (Ayers Rock) is one of the great wonders of the world—and one of the most recognized natural icons in Australia's "Red Centre." Situated in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, the massive sandstone dome is the second-largest monolith in the world at more than 986 feet high and 5 miles around. One of the rock's most intriguing features is its ability to dramatically change color—from blue or violet to vibrant red, depending on the time of day.

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*The "STARTING AT" price is based on the lowest price available to book. Price is per passenger based on double occupancy and does not include airfare. Pricing may vary on this date due to hotel availability. Some packages require intra-vacation flights (and in some cases intra-vacation segments must be purchased from Monograms).

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