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  • Day 1

    Outbound international flight to Sydney

    Stay: InterContinental Sydney (2 nights)

    Your Stay

    InterContinental Sydney

    Positioned on the edge of the world’s most stunning harbour, and built around the restored Treasury Building, the InterContinental is just moments from some of Sydney’s biggest attractions, and effortlessly blends its heritage with more contemporary features.

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  • Day 2

    Sydney

    Sydney is a damn good-looking place. Stylish and cosmopolitan with iconic modern buildings, acres of lovely beachfront, fantastic restaurants, friendly people and, of course, that harbour. Sydney is about what’s on the outside – literally and metaphorically. Life centres around outdoor pursuits – whether it’s jogging along the Coogee Cliffs, lazing on Bondi or Manly Beach, horseback riding through Centennial Park, or alfresco dining in Darlinghurst or Surry Hills.​

  • Day 3

    Sydney to Ayers Rock

    Flight Time: 3 hours, 30 minutes

    Stay: Voyages Longitude 131°(3 nights)​​

    Your Stay

    Voyages Longitude 131°

    Set amongst the red dunes of the Australian outback with picture-perfect views of Ayers Rock, this fairytale camp is quite simply the most unforgettable way to experience the uniqueness of Uluru National Park.

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  • Days 4-5

    Ayers Rock

    With swathes of burning reds that sting your eyes and stir your heart, the Northern Territory is Australia’s wildest, most impenetrable, most legendary land. At the heart of Australia’s outback, the Red Centre region encompasses Alice Springs, the East and West MacDonnell Ranges, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, and Kings Canyon.

    Activities in the area take the form of bushwalks, camel riding, quad bike riding and scenic flight tours. Visit the Uluru Cultural Centre to learn about Aboriginal art and culture – and of course Australia’s world famous Uluru (Ayers Rock): best viewed at sunrise or sunset as the rock changes colour with the light. The area is of deep cultural significance to the Aboriginal people who gave the name Uluru to the rock and the surrounding national park.​​

  • Day 6

    ​Ayers Rock to Bamurru Plains

    Flight Time: 3 hours, 30 minutes to Darwin, followed by a 20-minute private flight

    Stay: Bamurru Plains (3 nights)

    Your Stay

    Bamurru Plains

    A luxury wilderness camp with just nine en-suite safari bungalows, designed to blend with the surrounding bush and built on raised platforms for better views.

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  • Days 7-8

    Bamurru Plains

    This exclusive camp, close to Kakadu National Park, offers just nine en-suite safari suites, all featuring creature comforts and built amongst the bush fringing the floodplains. The focus of your stay is the environment around you and the wildlife for whom it is home. Meals in the lodge building are wholesome and innovative, with a hint of native produce in many dishes. Activities here include river cruises, four-wheel drive safaris, bird watching and fishing.​

  • Day 9

    ​Bamurru Plains to El Questro

    A 20-minute private Flight to Darwin followed by a one-hour flight

    Stay: The Homestead at El Questro (3 nights)​​

    Your Stay

    The Homestead at El Questro

    An exclusive retreat cantilevered over the magnificent Chamberlain River amidst the rugged Kimberley landscape, The Homestead at El Questro is dedicated to helping you enjoy the area’s many wilderness activities.

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  • Days 10-11

    El Questro

    Food and wine are as much an attraction as the wild country here, with an enticing choice of dining on the Homestead's spacious veranda; or private clifftop dining under the stars.​

    And on top of the homestead's pool, spa, tennis court and lush, tropical gardens you can experience the thrill of Barramundi fishing, trek through the vast wilderness on horseback, go boating on the dramatic Chamberlain Gorge, take a scenic flight over the Bungle Bungle, or enjoy a relaxing afternoon in one of nature's day spa's – the breathtaking Zebedee Thermal Springs.​​

  • Day 12

    El Questro to Perth

    Flight Time: 1 hour

    Perth has more hours of sunshine per year than any other state capital, and glistens beside the Swan River (home of its namesake, the majestic black swan) with the blue hills of the Darling Range in the distance. Kings Park – the city’s year-round playground – is a lovelier-than-lovely sweeping range of grassland opposite the glittering towers of the city skyline; popular day and night for BBQs and open-air concerts.

    Stay: COMO The Treasury (1 night)​

    Your Stay

    COMO The Treasury

    The key word here is indulgence. Spread across three elegant former government buildings, rooms have high ceilings, oversized bathrooms with full-length tubs, rainforest showers and heated stone floors, plus free mini-bars and Wi-Fi.

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  • Day 13

    Perth

    Depart Perth on your return flight back to London Heathrow.​

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