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IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, PLEASE CALL (586) 884-6646 OR EMAIL INFO@BHBREPTILES.COM

What You Need to Know

COST:

$6979 per person for double occupancy ($6700 + $279 taxes & fees)

Price includes all transportation departing from and returning to Los Angeles, all lodging (double occupancy), all event fees and park entries, and several meals as noted in the itinerary.

$1325 – Single Room Supplement (optional!)

$500 Non-Refundable deposit required to secure place on tour.

$20 for Australian entry visa.

All prices posted in USD.

Final payment and proof of valid passport (photocopy) due no later than August 11, 2016.

Must be eighteen years or older to join, unless accompanied by parent or legal guardian.

Only twenty spaces available, so don’t miss out!

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, PLEASE CALL (586) 884-6646 OR EMAIL INFO@BHBREPTILES.COM

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Oct 31 - Depart Los Angeles for Australia

Nov 1 - Cross the International Date Line

(lose a day)

 

NOV 2 – Arrive in Brisbane

Welcome to Australia! You will be met at the airport by your local guide who will accompa­ny you on an orientation tour en-route to your hotel. This evening enjoy a welcome dinner at your hotel.

DINNER (1 night)

 

NOV 3 – Australia Zoo – Kingaroy

After breakfast, board your coach for the jour­ney to Kingaroy. Visit Australia Zoo, home of the Crocodile Hunter, for an ultimate wildlife experi­ence. After leaving the zoo, continue to Kingaroy for an overnight stay.

BREAKFAST & DINNER (1 night)

 

NOV 4 – Kingaroy – Bob Irwin – Brisbane

Travel from Kingaroy to Bob Irwin’s private reserve, Camp Chili. Spend the day with Steve Irwin’s iconic father and explore the beauty of his private wildlife preserve. Then back to Bris­bane for the evening.

BREAKFAST (1 night)

 

NOV 5 – Fly to Ayers Rock

From Ayers Rock Airport, we travel to the Olgas. Enjoy a walk to Olga Gorge and explore unusual rock formations.

In the evening, your Sounds of Silence experi­ence begins with enjoying canapes and sparkling wine while the sun sets over Uluru. You’ll have an unforgettable bush tucker-inspired experience, cultural dance and didgeridoo performance under the outback stars.

BREAKFAST & DINNER (1 night)

 

NOV 6 – Ayers Rock to Alice Springs

Catch the Camel Train and enjoy a 45 minute ride with good-natured camels through classic Central Australian desert landscape with views of Uluru and the Olgas. That afternoon, travel to Alice Springs for a private Bush dinner. Sip champagne and watch the sun set on the East­ern McDonnell Ranges while listening to the local pioneering history of the area. Dinner includes a hilarious preparation of a cultural dessert called Spotted Dog and a sumptuous BBQ of local vegetables, exotic meats, and com­plimentary beer and wine.

BREAKFAST & DINNER (2 nights)

 

NOV 7 – Palm Valley 4WD Safari

Enjoy a 1 day 4WD Palm Valley safari through the Western McDonnell Ranges to Hermannsburg and down into the bed of the Finke River. See spectac­ular rock forms, white sands, and an oasis of rock pools and palm trees. Includes a delicious picnic lunch and afternoon Billy tea.

BREAKFAST & LUNCH

 

NOV 8 – Alice Springs to Darwin

Start the day with a visit to the Reptile Centre, the largest reptile display in Central Australia. Afterward, head to the airport for the flight to Darwin. Board a private coach and enjoy a sight-seeing tour of Darwin en-route to the hotel.

BREAKFAST (3 nights)

 

NOV 9 – Crocosaurus Cove

Get a unique, up close and personal view of mas­sive saltwater crocodiles and the world’s largest display of Australian reptiles with a private VIP tour of the facility. For an extra fee, you can even swim with one of these impressive predators!

The evening will offer a private charter to Fogg Dam. Fogg Dam Conservation Reserve is one of several parks in the lower Adelaide River catch­ment and is an important refuge for wildlife.

BREAKFAST

 

NOV 10 – Jumping Crocodiles

In the murky waters of the Adelaide River, lives the most dangerous reptile in Northern Austra­lia. The huge saltwater Jumping Crocodiles are the stars of the fascinating River Cruise, which excites, entertains, and educates. This may be your only chance to see awesome crocodile action in the wild. All vessels include enclosed air-conditioned lower decks and open-air cano­pied top decks. Drinks and snacks are available to purchase on board.

BREAKFAST

 

NOV 11 – Fly to Sydney

Take your private coach to the airport for the flight to Sydney. Upon your arrival, you’ll be met by your driver for transfer to the hotel with a city sightseeing tour en-route.

BREAKFAST (2 nights)

 

NOV 12 – Hop On Hop Off/Taronga Zoo Pass

Today is yours to enjoy exploring the Sydney Harbour on your own. Exchange your voucher at the Captain Crook Cruises ticket office for unlimited rides on the ferry to various points of interest around the Harbour, including entry to the exceptional Taronga Park Zoo.

Other points of interest that may be visited:

Sydney Aquarium & Cockle Bay

Curcular Quay Jetty 6

Fisherman’s Wharf, Watson’s Bay

BREAKFAST

 

NOV 13 – Depart for Home

Head home to Los Angeles and retrieve your lost day as you travel back over the International Date Line.

BREAKFAST

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED, PLEASE CALL (586) 884-6646 OR EMAIL INFO@BHBREPTILES.COM