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EAST COAST PANORAMA

 

Routing: Sydney to Brisbane

Duration: 6 Days

Code: S27

 

From AUD$682.00 per person, based on standard double/twin share accommodation.

Includes: 5 nights’ accommodation, 6 days unlimited km use of a compact sized car and fully detailed itinerary with local and regional maps.

From AUD$840.00 per person, based on superior double/twin share accommodation.

Includes: 5 nights’ accommodation, 6 days unlimited km use of a compact sized car and fully detailed itinerary with local and regional maps.

From AUD$1,005.00 per person, based on boutique double/twin share accommodation.

Includes: 5 nights’ accommodation, 6 days unlimited km use of a compact sized car and fully detailed itinerary with local and regional maps.

 

DAY 01: Sydney to Hunter Valley (216 km)

Depart Sydney and travel north over the Harbour Bridge and onto the Pacific Highway. Detour through the towns of Gosford and Newcastle. Newcastle is Australia’s sixth largest city – enjoy a scenic walk along the foreshore. From Newcastle, travel via Maitland and into the Hunter Valley. With wineries in abundance, take the opportunity to taste and purchase some of the finest wines

Australia has to offer.

 

DAY 02: Hunter Valley to Port Macquarie (310 km)

Leave the Hunter Valley and travel towards Newcastle, before veering North onto the Pacific Highway. Situated on the coast by the Hastings River and the Tasman Sea, Port Macquarie is an idyllic beach side town. Relax at one of the many restaurants or indulge at one of the local beauty spas. However don’t miss out on the beach, where it’s not uncommon to see dolphins swimming off the beach.

 

DAY 03: Port Macquarie to Byron Bay (413 km)

Travel north to Kempsey, on the way to Coffs Harbour, the capital of the Holiday Coast. The highway follows the coast to the seaside town of Woolgoolga then turns inland towards Grafton. Travel to Woodburn and on to Ballina and then a further 38 kilometres to Byron Bay. Nearby Cape Byron, is the most easterly point on the Australian coast and also has Australia’s most powerful lighthouse.

Byron Bay, renowned for its beaches, makes it an ideal spot for a stroll, picnic, and swim or surf.

 

DAY 04: Byron Bay to Gold Coast (97 km)

Heading north along the Pacific Highway, you are destined for the glitzy Gold Coast. This short drive leaves plenty of time to stop for Breakfast or Lunch at one of the many coastal towns along the way such as Hastings Point or Kingscliff, before crossing the border into Australia’s second biggest state –

Queensland.

 

DAY 05: Gold Coast

Today is at your leisure; why not scour the shops of Cavill Avenue before heading to the world famous Surfers Paradise Beach for a swim and relax in the sun. With plenty of bars and restaurants lining the streets, you won’t be short of dinner options.

 

DAY 06: Gold Coast to Brisbane (84 km)

Today you are travelling on the Pacific Motorway towards Queensland’s capital city, Brisbane. Why not make it a morning trip and leave time to view the Queensland Museum, visit the many stores and boutiques in Queen Street Mall or stroll along South Bank and explore the markets (Friday Nights 5pm-10pm, Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 9am-5pm).

Your car is booked until tomorrow and should be dropped off at the city or airport, by the same time as it was picked up on Day 1, to avoid any additional charges.

 

Prices are subject to availability and conditions apply. Valid until 31 March, 2015. For dates after this or if you would like to make any changes, please contact us direct for a quote.

 

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