Australia & New Zealand 2017 by Intrepid Travel

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real life experiences sure the highlights still take our breath away but travel should be more than just ticking boxes the real magic happens in those moments you weren’t expecting swapping tales with locals over a pub meal or catching a rainstorm over uluru because it’s those real life travel experiences – the most spontaneous and simple of moments – that stay with you long after you’ve returned home eat stay and live local just the right balance travel made easy we design our trips from the ground up which the best small group adventures strike the we’ll deal with the logistics of travel – organising means using an experienced local leader perfect balance between included activities and itineraries transport and accommodation – so local transport and – wherever possible – ‘you time’ so while there’s always an itinerary in you can focus on the fun stuff why spend hours small locally run

responsible travel the world’s an amazing place and we do what we can to keep it that way travel should benefit the places it touches and we’ve made a commitment to be a responsible business and live this promise every single day the acf and the intrepid and intrepid foundation carbon emissions olkola aboriginal tourism the australian conservation foundation or acf when you travel with us you can relax knowing in 2014 more than 800,000 hectares of ancestral is a not-for-profit environmental organisation that the carbon your trip generates through homelands were handed back to queensland’s that works across societies to secure sustainable transport accommodation and waste has been olkola people since then we’ve been working environments through the intrepid foundation offset in 2010 the entire intrepid family went with the olkola people to support the which has aided the acf for 10 years we are carbon neutral throughout our global offices development of

australia and papua new guinea from the ochre rocks and rusted deserts of the outback to cosmopolitan cities that regularly top worlds’-most-liveable lists this is a destination whose possibilities are so vast even its own residents can make the mistake of leaving it till last so if you haven’t experienced it yet now is the time a world of bright-blue skies sun-bronzed beaches remote gorges hidden swimming holes and ancient indigenous cultures awaits where in the world australia papua new guinea the olkola people of cape york have been given back their land and now they want to share it with you join in one of australia’s most unique cultural and travel experiences page 35 the sunburnt country up north is one thing but the splendours of the south are quite another travel to the cultural mecca of melbourne via the one and only great ocean road page 33 for something completely different hop over to australia’s neighbour papua new guinea conquer the kokoda

1,000 star dinner yulara nt overnight uluru trip northern territory 2 days yulara to yulara yulara gain an insight into uluru and kata tjuta s spiritual significance during guided walks led by local indigenous guides kata tjuta the olgas at the end of a day exploring kata tjuta s bornhardts sit down to a starlit spread of regionally-sourced food and wines beneath vast outback skies day 1 yulara/kata tjuta/uluru arrive in yulara a remote outpost with a population of fewer than 1,000 setting out across the desert arrive at the 36 red rock domes that make up kata tjuta the olgas get to know the domes dunes and gullies on a walk through the site then drive on to uluru ayers rock kick back to watch the ochre-red hues of the world’s biggest rock change during sunset finishing the day with our famous 1,000-star dinner – an outback feast of locally sourced food and wine day 2 uluru rise early to catch the sun rearing up over the red centre’s desolate expanse while the

 back to main menu kings canyon nt kata tjuta nt andrew mcwhinney 5 day red centre camping adventure 5 days alice springs to alice springs explore the outback on your own terms with flexibility and no rushing around – just you your small group and a well-versed local leader northern territory watarrka np kings canyon eastern macdonnell ranges kata tjuta the olgas yulara uluru ayers rock enjoy a morning getting to know uluru at your own pace then join a local guide for an educational walk that reveals its secrets spend two days exploring the sites of both the western and eastern macdonnell ranges ormiston gorge ellery creek simpsons gap and rainbow valley alice springs western macdonnell ranges basix par5 maximum group size 16 day 1 alice springs get a new perspective of the australian outback atop a ship of the desert during an outback camel farm visit cross sunburnt plains to the captivating domes of kata tjuta then watch the colour of the rock change during a

 back to main menu katherine gorge nt darwin 4 day kakadu katherine litchfield adventure kakadu np mary river litchfield np 4 days darwin to darwin hike through the rich greenery of litchfield national park cooling off with swims in florence falls wangi falls and buley rockholes n orth er n te r r itory nitmiluk np katherine enter the top end s best-known national park kakadu and savour incredible views over the nardab floodplains before enjoying a dip in a pristine waterhole cruise the waters of katherine gorge by boat or canoe then get an insight into traditional bush living during an intercultural experience original pnty4c maximum group size 21 day 1 darwin leaving darwin head to litchfield national park and explore florence falls wangi falls and buley rockholes enjoy a picnic lunch stroll through steamy rainforests and cool off with a dip in one of litchfield’s picture-perfect swimming holes the day comes to an end with a cruise in the gorgeous mary river wetlands

 back to main menu tunnel creek wa wild kimberley overland windjana gorge lake argyle tunnel creek 10 days broome to broome gibb river road broome delve into the legend of the indigenous freedom fighter jandamarra on a tour through the caves of tunnel creek with your guide discover the great natural beauty of the el questro wilderness park with plenty of free time to discover emma gorge chamberlain gorge and zebedee springs unbelievably nobody but the local indigenous knew of the bungle bungles until the early 1980s discover this incredible range for yourself on a visit to purnululu np day 1 tunnel creek leave broome at sunrise and travel through the beautiful kimberley landscape to tunnel creek visit the boab prison tree near derby and in the afternoon explore western australia’s oldest cave system at tunnel creek walk down windjana gorge to find some freshwater crocodiles day 2 bell gorge/mt barnett station travel along the gibb river road to bell

bungle bungles wa karijini national park wa perth to darwin overland 22 days perth to darwin kununurra darwin el questro katherine manning gorge windjana gorge lake argyle broome purnululu np pardoo station gibb river road bungle bungle exmouth karijini np coral bay monkey mia snorkel about in search of manta rays reef sharks sea turtles and possibly even whale sharks off ningaloo marine park shark bay kalbarri np we s te rnaus tr a lia perth witness the scale and raw beauty of karijini national park its isolated location means you have the many gorges waterfalls and pools all to yourself wind through the narrow passageway of echidna chasm and test out the natural acoustics of cathedral gorge in the bungle bungle range n orth e r n ter r itory basix pd22 maximum group size 20 day 1 perth start the trip with a wander through the pinnacles of nambung national park day 2 kalbarri national park/shark bay hike around some of kalbarri s natural attractions including murchison gorge and

sea lion swimming hopkins island sa optional great white shark cage dive port lincoln sa southern ocean wildlife adventure 3 days adelaide to adelaide s ou thaustra li a meet some of australia s most iconic marsupials like kangaroos and koalas then head out to sea for a white-knuckle encounter with a monster of the deep cruise out to hopkins island for a watery play-date with some friendly australian sea lions the so-called puppy dogs of the sea day 1 adelaide/port lincoln leaving adelaide early morning drive north to the eyre peninsula – an area teeming with some of the country’s best wildlife experiences after arriving in port lincoln head out to mikkira station and spy wild koalas in manna gums day 2 whalers way conservation park/port lincoln national park today s your chance to come face-to-face with the ocean s most feared predator the great white shark an optional activity this excursion will see you hopping in a cage and being lowered into the

bay of fires tasmania cradle mountain tasmania andrew watson taste of tasmania bay of fires cradle mountain the tarkine 6 days hobart to hobart bicheno freycinet np lake st clair drive up to mt wellington lookout for the panoramic views across hobart s harbour then head down and check out the oddball artworks on display at mona ta s man ia hobart in addition to the must-see attractions cradle mountain and the bay of fires this trip also calls in at lesser-known sights like hogarth falls and st helens enter the tarkine a pristine reserve of temperate rainforest wild rivers and coastal heathes home to echidnas parrots bandicoots and tasmanian devils day 1 mount wellington/central plateau kick this tassie trip off with an early morning drive from hobart up to mt wellington look down on the stunning scenery of hobart and greater tasmania before heading to mona to view some very unusual artworks en route to the unesco-listed great lake and central plateau make stops at bothwell and the