Sydney to Cairns Motorhome Holiday

18 nights
From
£2199

Travel 01 Nov 2019 - 30 Nov 2019
Book by 31 May 2019

Saving £435 per person

  • 2 nts Arts Hotel, Sydney - in a standard room - room only
  • 14 nts Maui Ultima Motorhome, -
  • 2 nts DoubleTree by Hilton, Cairns - in a standard room - room only
  • Motorhome includes the Maui inclusive pack
  • Flights to Sydney and return from Cairns via Sydney with Qantas Airways from Heathrow, accommodation throughout, 15 days Maui Ultima motorhome hire and prepayable taxes. A weekend surcharge of £25 per person applies for travel on a Friday or Saturday in each directions.
  • This holiday is ATOL protected 2713
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2 nts Arts Hotel, Sydney

in a standard room - room only

Family owned and run, the Arts Hotel lies in the Paddington area and is surrounded by cafes, pubs, restaurants and shops.

14 nts Maui Ultima Motorhome,

Sleep this way, sleep that way. Whether you prefer a double bed or two singles, the Ultima 2 Berth Campervan offers you the flexibility to choose. The Ultima lets you take your world with you on your motorhome rental. Now you don't have to leave home without your beloved golf clubs or fishing rods - we've designed the ultimate storage space for you. If you decide to relax inside, just slide out the LCD screen & DVD player and kick back with your favourite movie. A glorious Aussie summer evening is not complete without a BBQ, so we've made it part of the Ultima campervan.

2 nts DoubleTree by Hilton, Cairns

in a standard room - room only

Superbly located overlooking the Cairns Esplanade and boasting uninterrupted views of the Coral Sea.

TRAVEL INFORMATION

Flights to Sydney and return from Cairns via Sydney with Qantas Airways from Heathrow, accommodation throughout, 15 days Maui Ultima motorhome hire and prepayable taxes. A weekend surcharge of £25 per person applies for travel on a Friday or Saturday in each directions.

Regional Departures: Regional supplements are available from Manchester from £70, Birmingham from £100, Newcastle from £100, Edinburgh from £100, Glasgow from £100. Other regional airports may be available, please ask for details.


Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing (unless stated otherwise). Subject to availabilty, terms and conditions apply.


2 nts Arts Hotel, Sydney

in a standard room - room only

The view of Sydney Opera House against a backdrop of Sydney Harbour Bridge is reputed to be one of the most recognised sights in the world. Relatively small, as great cities go, with a population of around 4 million, this is a city which has it all: iconic structures, fantastic beaches, stunning vistas, a cosmopolitan atmosphere and fabulous weather. It is most definitely on the must-see list for any visitor to Australia and even if you have visited before, you will want to return again and again.

First time visitors should head straight to Sydney Harbour. It's one of the most photographed locations in the world, and nothing compares to seeing the harbour, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House with your own eyes. Be sure to book a BridgeClimb for the opportunity to scale the summit and enjoy unbeatable views!

The main hub of the harbour is Circular Quay, where ferries arrive and depart continuously linking the various areas of Sydney. Circular Quay also has some of Sydney's best restaurants and is home to the Queen Victoria Building, another must-see attraction which dats back to 1898 and now houses a shopping mall. Adjacent to Circular quay is The Rocks, an historic part of Sydney which saw the first colonial settlement in 1788. Carefully restored buildings house shops and galleries, as well as cafes, bars, restaurants and pubs.

From Sydney Harbour, cross the pedestrianised Pyrmont Bridge to lively Darling Harbour, one of the city's largest dining, shopping and entertainment districts, which has a full calendar of outdoor events, as well as plenty of indoor activities.

For a bird's eye view of Sydney, head to the summit of Sydney Tower Eye and enjoy panoramic vistas stretching across the city to the Pacific Ocean and the Blue Mountains to the west. At the top of the tower is the Sydney Skywalk, a moving, glass-floored viewing platform.

Additional city attractions include the Royal Botanic Gardens, a true oasis in the heart of the city, home to an outstanding collection of plants from Australia and overseas; Hyde Park, which is Australia's oldest park and contains the ANZAC Memorial building and visitor centre along with nearly 600 mature exotic and native trees; and the award-winning Taronga Zoo, where admission includes daily keeper talks and shows and access to Sky Safari, Sydney's only cable car.

Also not to be missed are Sydney's picturesque beaches, Bondi and Manly. Lying east of the city, Bondi Beach has something for everyone: surf and sand, glitzy bars and cafes, a farmers market, boutique street stalls and not forgetting a carefree, sun-drenched lifestyle. Head north and you'll Manly Beach, a popular playground whether you are looking to surf, swim, shop or wine and dine.

2 nts DoubleTree by Hilton, Cairns

in a standard room - room only

Capital of the Tropical North the cosmopolitan city of Cairns is framed by a backdrop of rainforest mountain ranges and is the perfect base for every activity you could imagine – on land, in the air or below the sea.

No trip to Cairns is complete without visiting the Great Barrier Reef, the world's largest coral reef system. Numerous day cruises head out and give you the opportunity to snorkel and dive among vivid coral gardens and colourful fish. Underwater viewing stations and glass bottom boats also offer a window into this astounding wonderland.

In the heart of Cairns is the Esplanade, a scenic 2.5km expanse home to parklands, playgrounds and recreational facilities, as well as the spectacular, man-made swimmable lagoon. The city has shopping precincts and local markets for picking up regional produce and handicrafts as well as a thriving café scene with many trendy eateries dotted along Grafton and Spence Streets while The Esplanade is also brimming with great restaurants.

Outside of the city there is much to see and do. The mountain village of Kuranda is tucked within the tropical rainforest and is known for its vibrant arts community with local markets open daily. It is however the journey to and from Kuranda that is arguably the highlight. The Skyrail Rainforest Cableway glides above the rainforest canopy then descends deep into its heart while on your way back to Cairns you can travel on the historic Kuranda Scenic Railway. This two jour train journey traverses dense rainforest, winding past rugged mountains, tumbling waterfalls and the stunning Barron Gorge.

At Tjapukai Aboriginal Park, just 20 minutes outside Cairns, guests have the opportunity to experience authentic Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture through live performances, guided bush walks and activities such as boomerang throwing and didgeridoo playing.

South west of Cairns are the Atherton Tablelands, home to cooler climes, volcanic craters and deep blue lakes, endless waterfalls, quaint villages, gourmet food producers and an abundance of rare wildlife.

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