Discover pristine wilderness in Tasmania, sun drenched beaches on the coast of Queensland, the rich heritage and chic cities of Southern Australia, and the landscapes and cultural history in the Northern Territory and Western Australia. Visit Kakadu National Park, explore the Daintree, get lost in Melbourne’s laneways, or soak in outback swimming holes on a coach tour, short break or small group adventure tour.
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Must do experiences and highlights
Drink in Wineglass Bay
Glistening water fills a goblet cut into the coastline of Freycinet National Park on Tasmania’s East Coast. Enjoy views of the Tasman Sea rimmed by soft white sand.
Snorkel the Great Barrier Reef
A kaleidoscope of colour, this natural wonder is a must-see. Don a snorkel and join the flamboyant fish flitting between the of rainbows of coral.
Travel the Great Ocean Road to discover its famous icons, where eight impressive limestone pillars crown the churning ocean, set apart from the dramatic coastline.
An Australian icon and a site of great Indigenous importance, Uluru is colossal in its size and sentiment. Rising 348m (1142ft) from the plain below, its colourful hues are illuminated beautifully, especially at sunrise and sunset.
Australia’s northwest corner is adorned with spectacular falls, vast plateaus and geological wonders. From the dusty Gibb River Road to the churning Horizontal Falls, take it all in on a 4WD adventure or Kimberley Coast cruise.
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What our clients are saying about their journeys around Australia
What a tour, there are many highlights from our two weeks in the Kimberly. The scenery and site was amazing the accommodation and food were impressive, especially considering we're in the middle of nowhere. The APT staff went above and beyond to make us comfortable and enhance our pleasure on the trip. This is the best way to see the rugged Kimberly and would thoroughly recommend the APT tour.
“Wonders of the Kimberley”
We thoroughly enjoyed our tour of the Kimberleys with AAT Kings and feel extremely lucky to have made it as all future tours for 2021 have been cancelled. Our guide Delma, and driver Cam were excellent. Because of border closures we only had 19 fellow passengers, all of whom were very easy to get along with. We would like to thank Georgie, from Global Journeys for her help in planning this trip. We will certainly be looking at booking any future trips with her.
“Fantastic Taste of the Australian Outback - Has inspired me to see more of Australia!”
I thoroughly enjoyed this tour as I love outback country. All travel is on sealed roads. Be prepared for a few long travel days, as there are some big distances to cover, but we had good stops at least every couple of hours on those long days. There are a number of very early mornings, and if you’re doing the tour in winter, make sure you have your winter woolies, as it was very cold, particularly to watch the sunrise at Uluru!! Accommodation was excellent all the way. The rooms at Wilpena Pound ...read more Resort were more basic than the others, but they were comfortable and clean, and in a beautiful bush setting. Meals were fabulous, with plenty to choose from the set tour menu for each course, even for me being GF. Breakfasts in SA were by preorder due to COVID19 restrictions on buffets, but there were great buffet breakfasts in NT. As can be expected due to the isolation, costs for food/drinks/snacks/coffees at the outback roadhouses/shops are fairly high. If you need special dietary snacks/biscuits, I would suggest buying these at the supermarkets along the way, as not many of the roadhouses have these available. Strangely we saw only a handful of kangaroos the whole trip, but we did see a herd of about 20 camels as we drove out to Uluru, which was a treat. Huge flocks of wild budgies and cockatiels were seen all the time rising from the trees or off the road. The 3 hour walk at Wilpena Pound was lovely, and you can do as much as you like. It’s only at the end that you can choose to climb up an uneven rock path to get to the lookout over the pound before you head back down along the same flat track. I did the 11km Uluru base walk and thoroughly enjoyed it. The walk is completely flat on a dirt/sand track. Most of it isn’t right at the base, but this gives you better views from a distance. You are given 3.5 hours to do the walk, and once you start walking, you’re committed, as the bus won’t pick you up from anywhere other than where they drop you off! A few of our group did the 3 hour King’s Canyon Rim Walk which they said was great, with views down into the canyon, however it starts off with 500 steep and uneven rock steps, so you need to be able to handle the steps and definitely not be afraid of heights if you want to take on that loop walk! The rest of us did the lovely canyon floor walk which took us just over an hour. We marveled at the amazing red canyon walls, beautiful white gums in the dry riverbed, and beautiful birds. Our tour director Dave Overton was fantastic - very friendly, helpful and funny, and he gave just the right amount of interesting commentary, without overloading us. Tom our driver was also excellent and friendly, and a very safe and careful driver. The bus had very comfortable leather seats, plenty of leg room, big windows for sightseeing, and a toilet on board if needed. Although they do have free Wi-Fi on board, it’s quite spasmodic, and on some days you can go hours without any internet or phone reception. It wasn’t until the start of the tour that I found that AAT Kings always run 3 different tours concurrently, so you may find that on the bus there will be guests doing the full Adelaide to Darwin tour, some are only doing the Adelaide to Alice Springs tour, and other guests will join you at Uluru for the Uluru to Darwin tour, so don’t be surprised if there are guests coming and going on the bus! Thanks to Georgie Walpole and the team for their assistance in keeping me appraised of things with my booking, and also with the ease that they transferred another booking to 2022 for me. This is the second time I’ve used Global Journeys, and I will continue to do so in the future.
“Essential Adventure for all Australians”
I rated this trip as a 10/10 adventure based on the scenery, the experiences in terms of the Bungles, Emma Gorge and Zebedee Gorge, the 4 boat trips and the overall wilderness, which were all enhanced by AAT's Nellie and Mark.
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