Australia’s most well-known city, Sydney has many famous attractions to see. Staying at the up-market Four Seasons Sydney, the hotel is a stone’s throw from bustling Circular Quay and within walking distance to the Sydney Opera House and the Royal Botanical Gardens. Just 20 minutes away by ferry, with a fantastic beachfront dining scene and excellent coastal walks, Manly Beach is popular spot to explore. B (day 2 only)
Lord Howe Island
On day 3, transfer to Sydney Airport for your flight to Lord Howe Island (not included). Staying at fabulous Capella Lodge, the next 4 days are yours to wander this island paradise at your leisure. Learn about the rare birds, plants and geology of the island whilst exploring little rock coves and pristine coral reefs. Relax amid swaying Kentia palms at the lodge’s beautiful day spa* before enjoying sunset drinks and canapés served daily. The island also boasts a picturesque 9-hole golf course. B
After one last morning adventure on the island (time permitting) it’s time for your return flight to Sydney (not included). Tour ends. B
*Enjoy two $50 Capella spa credits during your stay.
Optional Add On
The Great Barrier Reef
Cairns is the gateway to this gigantic marine ecosystem comprised of coral reef, islands and sandbars seething with life. Staying at a fabulous island resort such as qualia or Orpheus Island Lodge is the perfect way to experience one of the earth’s greatest World Heritage Sites. Activity options abound from scenic seaplane flights and catamaran sailing to kayaking, stand up paddle boarding and trekking. Don’t miss Whitehaven Beach, a flawless stretch of white sand accessible only by boat. If you’d prefer to stay on the mainland and day trip to the reef, Silky Oaks Lodge in the Daintree National Park gives you the chance to explore two unique environments at the same time.