Australian Luxury Escapes has been established for over 27 years. We specialise in luxury small group and private touring throughout the whole of Australia. Our shared touring departs daily out of Sydney, Melbourne and Cairns or if you would prefer the luxury of choice we can tailor make a private touring experience to match your special interests.
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Discover the historical town of Broom and some of the best that the region has to offer. Travel along the famed Cable Beach by camel, discover the regions history and enjoy a horizontal falls adventure.
Explore the little known area of Albany including the beautiful Porongurup National Park. This active adventure includes The Valley of the Giants Experience at Pemberton and wine tasting in the Margaret River.
This fantastic Ecotour begins at your hotel and the historical Rocks area of old Sydney. Heading across the western plains of Sydney metropolitan we make our way to the Great Dividing Range of Australia. It is here we leave the ‘average′ Blue Mountains tourist behind and enter the National Park to unlock a piece of Australia you would never have known existed. We visit ancient Aboriginal sites and outstanding lookouts, examine rock formations and the unusual plants and wildlife that abound the area. From the quaint little village of Leura we skirt around Cliff Drive to Katoomba where you will find yourself looking out over the magnificent Jamieson Valley and the Three Sisters. We enjoy a delicious barbecue lunch including a selection of fine Australian wines and cheeses under the canopy of the Australian bush. Before returning to Sydney we drop into a hidden valley where we roam the area, seeking out the many kangaroos that graze in the wild (conditions permitting). Reluctantly we leave the National Park passing by the Olympic 2000 site, arriving at your hotel around 5.30pm
Discover Perth and Kings Park before venturing to Rottnest Island. See the famed Quokkas and explore the hidden secrets of Rottnest Island with a private guide.
Tailored Eco Experiences to suit your individual needs including WA icons such as The Pinnacles and Wave Rock.
Departing your accommodation on this amazing Daintree day tour, we travel through the rich farming areas toward the World Heritage listed forest region of the Daintree National Park. We step aboard our own personalised craft for a cruise on the mirrored smooth waters of the Daintree River. We cruise close to riverbanks and under the overhead canopy of the rainforest seeking out the vivid Ulysses Butterfly, Kingfishers, Pythons and other wildlife. The cruise takes us through silent backwaters where crocodiles can normally be seen basking on the muddy banks. Arriving on the northern side of the river we enter the Daintree section of the Wet Tropics World Heritage protected rainforest. Enjoy a home-made morning tea underneath the rainforest canopy. Next, our journey takes us up the beautiful Alexandra Range passing through local rainforest and on to our first stop, where we take a scenic walk through this amazing eco system. Immerse yourself inside protected forests as we take you on a guided walk to view ancient plants and amazing wildlife.
Explore the stunning and wild East Coast of Tasmania on this 4 day experience featuring The Bay of Fires.
Day One: The morning we depart on a journey of discovery. You guide firstly takes you on a tour of Hobart, Constitution Dock, the historic Battery Point and then north on the Heritage Highway. The next destination is Ross, arguably Tasmania′s finest heritage village. A drive through the town uncovers the magnificent streetscape nestled on the banks of the Macquarie River. Ross is also the heart and soul of one of the world′s finest Merino wool producing areas. After a visit to the Wool Centre Museum there is time to explore the galleries and craft shops and enjoy a delicious lunch of local produce served in the original old bakery building. After lunch we travel on through native forest and trout lake areas towards the east coast. Along the way we pass walnut and olive oil plantations and vineyards producing some of the southern hemisphere′s finest cool climate wines. Entering into the magnificent Freycinet National Park we make our way to your luxurious overnight accommodation which enables you to immerse yourself in everything the Freycinet has to offer. Day Two: This morning enjoy a walk along the beach or just sleep in. Enjoy a casual breakfast overlooking glorious Coles Bay. Your guide awaits to take you on a walk up to Cape Tourville Light House with its outstanding views south to the Freycinet Peninsula with a tempting glimpse of Wineglass Bay and north to the Friendly Beaches. Returning to the vehicle we make our way around Great Oyster Bay and down the coast. Breathtaking views and beautiful countryside takes us to Swansea where we call in on Kabuki-By-The-Sea, experiencing views that rival the world best. Reflect back on your time in the Freycinet as we pass Schouten Island and Maria Island. It is then time to enjoy warm drink accompanied by delicious scones or muffins. Then onto Hobart but not before stopping at Richmond, just 25 kilometres from the City yet time warped into the 1870′s. Australia′s oldest convict built bridge still in use, churches and more as a must see before being dropped back at you hotel.
Delight yourself with this exciting and very scenic tour which takes in the best features of this fantastic city, the history, the harbour, the gardens, and the beautiful National Parks. Beginning amongst the historical Rocks area of old Sydney you will learn of the early settlers & convicts of over 200 years ago. We will take you around the city, taking in the history of the Opera House & other famous buildings, drive through magnificent Royal Botanic Gardens and around the harbour foreshore of the Eastern Suburbs and Bondi Beach to see some of the best real estate in the area, owned by the rich and famous. From here we head over the world famous Sydney Harbour Bridge, through the leafy Northern Suburbs and into the Kuring-gai Chase National Park. We enjoy a delicious cafe styled lunch down at the picturesque Akuna Bay, on the very large Hawkesbury River before heading to some of the outstanding lookouts in the park. The fantastic views of the Hawkesbury River mouth in Broken Bay, Palm Beach, Pittwater, Woy Woy, & Lion Island, are simply breath taking. We get the opportunity to take a short bushwalk, tracing the history of the Garingai Aboriginal people whom once inhabited this area. You will also get to examine their incredible rock art. Heading out of the park we come back to the city via the Northern Beaches, from Palm Beach to Manly. This offers contrasts between the National Park, city life and the pristine beaches that incubuses the Northern side of Sydney