The Full-Length ‘Royal’ Australian Tour

The Full-Length 'Royal' Australian Tour

The Full-Length ‘Royal’ Australian TourThe Full-Length ‘Royal’ Australian TourThe Full-Length ‘Royal’ Australian TourThe Full-Length ‘Royal’ Australian TourThe Full-Length ‘Royal’ Australian TourThe Full-Length ‘Royal’ Australian Tour
The Full-Length ‘Royal’ Australian Tour

VeryFirstTo exclusively presents The 'Royal' Australian Tour. Along with partner, tour operator Bridge & Wickers - the specialist in Australian luxury travel - VeryFirstTo is offering you an amazing, month-long tour that encompasses not only the very best that Australia offers but at a level of exclusivity that has - Royals aside - never before been available.

Australia is rolling out the red carpet for the visit of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, plus baby George on their 10-day whirlwind tour. The Luxury 'Royal' Australian Tour will incorporate the top destinations visited by the Royal Family and much more. This trip is not in any way endorsed by any Royals.

You will fly first class from Heathrow to Australia, enjoy transfers by chauffeured limousines, explore the Great Barrier Reef islands by private yacht, inspect scenic wonders by helicopter, travel within Australia by privately chartered aircraft - and even fly to lunch by seaplane.

Since you’ll be visiting one of the world’s most exciting destinations for culinary excellence, you will dine at several of the country’s most iconic restaurants including Tetsuya’s, Icebergs and Marque in Sydney.

You will stay not only in the most luxurious hotels but in the very finest suites at the Park Hyatt overlooking Sydney Harbour, Lizard island on the Great Barrier Reef, Wolgan Valley in the Blue Mountains, Longitude 131 in sight of Uluru (Ayers Rock, where Charles and Diana went on their tour in 1983 with baby William), The Louise in the Barossa Valley, Southern Ocean Lodge on Kangaroo Island and Saffire Freycinet on the coast of Tasmania.

With intimate tastings with wine makers, spa treatments and behind the scenes private tours of, for example, the Sydney Opera House and Sydney’s Taronga Zoo (where the Royal party will visit the bilby enclosure which is being named after Prince George) every day will be a new adventure.

DETAILS

*The cost includes organisation of travel, airport transfers and accommodation for a couple. 
If the couple wishes to include a child or children, there will be additional costs which can be provided on application.
It also includes Tiffany & Co. Baby Cup (£385/ $644/ €464), Prada Baby Bag (£780.33/ $1305/ €940) and Mathis Riiber at ulubulu™ Diamond and White Gold Pacifier ( £10,200/ $17,000/ €12,266).
Photo credit: Diamond & White Gold Dummy (Mathis Riiber at ulubulu/ VeryFirstTo)
All items subject to availability and change.

THE LIST OF DESTINATIONS

1. Sydney, on the Royal Itinerary
2. Blue Mountains, also on the Royal Itinerary
3. Hamilton Island
4. Cape Tribulation/ The Daintree Rainforest
5. Lizard Island and the Great Barrier Reef
6. Kakadu National Park and Arnhemland
7. The Bungle Bungle Range in Purnululu National Park
8. Uluru (Ayers Rock) Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), on the Royal Itinerary
9. Coober Pedy and Barossa Valley
10. Adelaide (also on the Royal Itinerary) and Kangaroo Island
11. Melbourne and the Great Ocean Road
12. Freycinet National Park, Tasmania

BRIDGE & WICKERS

Bridge & Wickers is a true specialist in luxury holidays to Australia. Established nearly ten years ago and fully bonded by ATOL and a member of both ABTA and AITO, it tailor-makes itineraries that feature the country’s most exclusive properties, from city centre hotels to remote but luxurious Outback lodges, rainforest retreats and island hideaways. Its horizons embrace not just the iconic sights, such as the Sydney Opera House, the Great Barrier Reef and Uluru in the Red Centre, but the temperate wilderness of Tasmania, the raw and rugged Kimberley, Kakadu National Park with its rich seam of Aboriginal culture, award winning vineyards and Kangaroo island, home to a menagerie of native animals. 

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