Sunsets and Surf (Start Sydney) (Start Sydney, end Whitsundays)

About Airlie Beach, Australia


Highlights


Sydney

  • Day trip out to the stunning Blue Mountains
  • See the famous Three Sisters rock formation
  • Hike along the ridge overlooking Jamison Valley
  • Cook your own BBQ dinner

Sydney

  • Take a tour of Kings Cross, Chinatown, Darling Harbour, Mrs Macquarie's Chair Lookout & The Rocks
  • Cruise across Sydney Harbour on a ferry to Manly

Sydney to Coffs Harbour

  • Stop in the seaside resort town of Port Macquarie
  • See the famous 'Big Banana' & banana plantations

Coffs Harbour to Byron Bay

  • Visit Australia's most eastern point & Cape Byron lighthouse
  • Get into Byron's organic lifestyle & cool nightlife
  • Learn to surf the waves at our beachside surf camp

Surfers Paradise

  • See the dry Todd River which hosts the annual Henley-on-Todd Regatta

Surfers Paradise to Noosa

  • See the Brisbane River, South Bank & visit Queen Street Mall
  • See the Glass House Mountains
  • Visit the picturesque seaside town & beach of Noosa

Noosa

  • Take a locally guided 4WD trip across Fraser Island & indulge in a delicious lunch
  • Stay on the world's largest sand island, a UNESCO World Heritage site
  • Drive along Australia's only sand highway
  • Dine beachside at Noosa Surf Club

Noosa to Farmstay

  • Stop in Childers, a small country town, known for its heritage & farming history
  • Check out the farm & animals on a hay wagon ride, then try whip cracking!
  • Meet the cattle station owners
  • Aussie Outback experience: The Old Station Special Stopover

Farmstay to the Whitsundays

  • Visit & cross the Tropic of Capricorn
  • Visit the main region of Australia's sugar cane industry
  • Visit the vibrant seaside town of Airlie Beach
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