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Australia Adventure: Adelaide, Tasmania & Sydney 2022

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Tour Itinerary

Taste your way through the best of South Australia, with food and wine adventures in Adelaide, the Barossa Valley, Melbourne, Freycinet National Park, Hobart, Port Arthur, Richmond and Sydney – with an occasional step onto the wild side: a choice of outdoor adventures on the Freycinet Peninsula; a safari in search of sea eagles and white wallabies on Bruny Island; meeting Tasmanian devils and other indigenous wildlife; exploring along the striking Tasmanian coast. Breathtaking Australian landscapes, exotic wildlife, world-class wine, and innovative cuisines await on this 15-day journey off the beaten path. Start with three nights in Adelaide, gateway to South Australia's famous wine country; tour the ethnically-diverse, gourmet-friendly town by Segway or pedicab; embark on an off-road adventure in Onkaparinga National Park; tour wineries in Barossa Valley, Australia's premier wine-making region. On to Melbourne to explore its trendy backstreets and laneways (and taste its famous coffee); take the Great Ocean Road to stunning seascapes of sheer cliffs, beaches and towering rock formations. Fly to Tasmania and spend two nights at a world-class resort in on the Freycinet Peninsula for a choice of outdoor activities. In Hobart, spend a sparkling private evening at the Museum of Old and New Art; explore the town's exciting food scene; tour the remains of Port Arthur prison; and meet Tassie devils, blue-tongued lizards, bettongs, koalas, quolls and other exotic residents on a visit to Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary. Go on a wildlife safari on Bruny Island, and a wine and cheese tasting excursion in Richmond; and cruise the D'Entrecasteaux Channel, teeming with birds and marine-life, for close-up views of its breathtaking cliffs and rock towers. Fly to Sydney for a private tour of the Opera House, a luncheon cruise in the harbor, and guided neighborhood tours with a local from your base at a waterfront luxury hotel.

Countries Visited

Australia

  1. Day 1
    Arrive Adelaide

    Tour begins 5:00 PM. Welcome to Adelaide, the laidback capital city of South Australia, and gateway to Barossa Valley wine country. A transfer is included from Adelaide Airport to the 5-star Mayfair Hotel in the heart of the city, overlooking the Rundle pedestrian mall. Join us at the National Wine Centre of Australia for a welcome reception and dinner featuring wines from the Barossa Valley.


    Meals:   Dinner
  2. Day 2
    Barossa Valley Wine Country

    Begin the day with a drive to Barossa Valley, Australia's premier wine region, a landscape of flatlands, creeks, and lush rolling hills, where you'll spend the day with a "local." Visit Jacob Creek Winery, where an expert will guide you in creating your own blend of red or white wine (and bottle it for you on the spot). After lunch, enjoy a tour and a "Your Moment in History" tasting in the Centennial Cellar at historic Seppeltsfield Winery, where you can taste a vintage port from a special year in your life – perhaps the year of your birth, marriage, etc. Return late afternoon to Adelaide, where you'll spend the evening and enjoy dinner as you please.


    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch
  3. Day 3
    Adelaide Sightseeing Choices

    Adelaide's Central Market is one of the largest food emporiums in the Southern Hemisphere; 80 stalls offer a dazzling array of mouth-watering local produce, from vegetables to seafood, olive oils, artisan cheeses and baked goods, where you'll taste and explore with a local guide and enjoy free time on your own.  Then it's your choice of three ways in which to experience Adelaide. One is to explore the city with a local from the comfort of a pedicab on a morning EcoCaddy tour that highlights the city's diverse attractions, rich history and captivating natural landscapes effortlessly on a unique bamboo-bodied pedicab. Another is a tour of Adelaide's iconic Riverbank precinct via Segway*, led by an experienced Segway Sensations guide; no previous experience is required. And a third possibility is a climb on the roof of the Adelaide Oval sports stadium, some 50 meters above the stadium's green turf, for spectacular views of the city and its landscapes. Tonight, enjoy a dine-around at your choice from among several select Adelaide restaurants, all within walking distance of your hotel.


    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  4. Day 4
    The Fleurieu Peninsula
    Head for the Fleurieu Peninsula south of Adelaide today for views of the spectacular Onkaparinga Gorge from Punchbowl Lookout; an off-road adventure through Onkaparinga River National Park; and a visit to the d'Arenberg Cube, a distinctive 5-story Rubik's cube-like building completed in 2017 on the grounds of the d'Arenberg Vineyards. After lunch, enjoy an incredibly scenic drive along the peninsula coast past Sellicks Beach, Maslin Beach and other shoreline communities back to Adelaide for an evening spent as you please.
    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner
  5. Day 5
    Discovering Melbourne

    A morning flight takes you from Adelaide to Melbourne, the coastal capital of Victoria; where you'll take a guided walking tour along Melbourne's famous laneways and cobbled side streets; discover street art, arcades, cafes and small shops that give the city its intimate charm and character (and of course, its famous coffee). Check into your regal 5-star hotel in Parliament Square, overlooking St. Patrick's Cathedral and Fitzroy Gardens. The evening is at your leisure.


    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch
  6. Day 6
    The Great Ocean Road & the 12 Apostles

    Drive from Melbourne to Port Campbell along the Great Ocean Road, one of the world's great scenic drives, with stops along the way. At Port Campbell, the otherworldly, towering array of limestone stacks known as the Twelve Apostles, rising from the sea along the shore, will leave you awestruck; you'll also explore Shipwreck Coast and the Gibson Steps. After lunch at Apollo Bay, enjoy some free time, make a chocolate stop near Anglesea, and visit Bells Beach before returning to your hotel in Melbourne for dinner this evening.


    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner
  7. Day 7
    Continue on to Tasmania

    After flying this morning from Melbourne to Hobart, Tasmania, drive along the Freycinet Peninsula, stopping for Afternoon Tea at Kate's Berry Farm. Continue to your home for the next two nights, Saffire Freycinet. One of Australia’s premier luxury lodges, Saffire is spectacularly set adjacent to Freycinet National Park and Wineglass Bay; it overlooks Tasmania's Great Oyster Bay, where migrating whales and dolphins come to play, and its rooms enjoy views of the pink-hued granite Hazards Mountains. Enjoy dinner at your leisure tonight at your lodge.


    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  8. Day 8
    Choices in Freycinet National Park
    You'll have a host of activities to choose from in or around Freycinet National Park from your Saffire resort today. Choices include a guided Lookout Walk along Wineglass Bay; a beekeeping experience; visits to a marine oyster farm or a local vineyard; a kayaking and birdwatching excursion; cooking or mixology demonstrations; or a Tasmanian Devil Experience. You can also enjoy archery, paddle boarding, mountain biking or fishing at the resort (some at an additional charge). After lunch at the lodge, spend the afternoon enjoying activities or free time; have dinner at your leisure this evening at the resort.
    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner
  9. Day 9
    Hobart and Art

    Depart Saffire Freycinet today and drive to Hobart, Tasmania, nestled beside the Derwent Estuary at the foot of Mount Wellington. Established as a penal colony in 1804, Hobart today is a city of hip contemporary art and culture, its historic waterfront lined with old pubs, new cafes, galleries, museums, and award-winning restaurants. After lunch, check into your luxury waterfront hotel, then board a fast ferry (with first-class seats in the Posh Pit) and sail to the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), located inside the Moorilla Winery on the Berriedale peninsula; the playful MONA offers old and new "conceptual" art in an underground museum, along with a restaurant, bar, cafe, and Moo Brew, a craft brewery. Enjoy an after-hours reception here, followed by dinner featuring a Tasmanian "feasting menu."


    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner
  10. Day 10
    Historic Port Arthur & a Cruise

    Separated from Tasmania by a narrow neck of land, the prison at Port Arthur was built in the 19th century to house hardened criminals sent from Britain. The historic remains of its more than 30 buildings, including the gothic-style church (built by convicts), are now an open-air museum (part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site) where you'll take a guided tour, hear compelling stories, and learn about convict life there; you'll also take a cruise around the rocky islands and towering cliffs for a sense of why Port Arthur was believed to be "inescapable." Return to Hobart and dine tonight at your choice of a selection of local restaurants.


    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner
  11. Day 11
    Adventures on wild Bruny Island

    Ride a ferry to Bruny Island (two land masses connected by a narrow spit of land) for a choice of wildlife-related activities. Embark on a Wilderness Cruise of the D'Entrecasteaux Channel for close-up looks at the spectacular sheer cliffs and rock islands and geologic wonders along the coast, including the craggy tower known as The Monument and the sea cave called Breathing Rock; the cliffs are home to gannets, pardalotes, shearwaters, swift parrots, sea eagles and falcons, while dolphins, seals and whales frequent the waters. Or, if you prefer to explore on dry land, head out on a Bruny Island Traveler Tour, exploring spectacular landscapes and gourmet local produce – a delicious day out where every course on the menu is a stop on the journey. You'll visit the home of Bruny Island cheese, oysters, fudge, honey, wine and whisky to savor their produce and hear stories behind the harvest. Throughout the day, you'll see incredible scenery; you can take a stroll on a deserted beach and keep an eye out for the rare white wallabies found on the island. Return to Hobart via ferry for a free evening on your own and dinner as you please.


    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch
  12. Day 12
    Bonorong and a Richmond Winery

    Start the day with a drive from Hobart to Brighton for a private behind-the-scenes visit to Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary, whose mission is rescuing and caring for indigenous animals and returning them to the Tasmanian wild; here you can meet Tasmanian devils, blue-tongued lizards, bettongs, koalas, and quolls, and animals that went extinct long ago in other parts of Australia. Next, visit Richmond, a charming village of Georgian architecture, famous as a destination for food and wine lovers, for time exploring on your own. Drop in at Pooley Wines, an elegant Georgian property with vineyards and a garden, for a cellar-door wine tasting and lunch. Return to Hobart for an afternoon and evening spent as you please; dine at leisure tonight at your hotel.


    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner
  13. Day 13
    Sydney, Bondi Beach & the Opera House

    After a morning flight to Sydney, take an introductory sightseeing tour of the city that includes Bondi Beach, named for the suburb it's in, and known as one of the best beaches in the world for its pristine sands, surfing, warm temperatures and easy lifestyle. Later, enjoy a private tour of one of the world's best-known modern buildings, the iconic Sydney Opera House. Spend the rest of the afternoon exploring on your own. Your waterfront luxury hotel is in the Darling Harbour district, one of Sydney's largest dining, shopping, and entertainment locations, in easy reach of the Sea Life Aquarium and the National Maritime Museum, as well as wine bars, bistros, and nightclubs. Dine at the hotel this evening.


    Meals:   Breakfast   Dinner
  14. Day 14
    Sydney Sightseeing & a Harbour cruise

    Get a private guided tour of some of the city's lesser-known sights with a Sydney local; then take a sightseeing cruise with lunch around Sydney Harbour. This afternoon, head into the Blue Mountains for a visit and afternoon tea at a bird sanctuary. Join us this evening for a farewell reception and a traditional Australian "barbie" farewell dinner at a private home outside of Sydney.


    Meals:   Breakfast   Lunch   Dinner
  15. Day 15
    Journey Home

    Tour ends: Sydney. Fly home anytime. A transfer is included from Shangri-La Sydney to Sydney Airport. Allow a minimum of three hours for flight check-in.


    Meals:   Breakfast

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Inclusions

Taste your way through the best of South Australia, with food and wine adventures in Adelaide, the Barossa Valley, Melbourne, Freycinet National Park, Hobart, Port Arthur, Richmond and Sydney – with an occasional step onto the wild side: a choice of outdoor adventures on the Freycinet Peninsula; a safari in search of sea eagles and white wallabies on Bruny Island; meeting Tasmanian devils and other indigenous wildlife; exploring along the striking Tasmanian coast.

Breathtaking Australian landscapes, exotic wildlife, world-class wine, and innovative cuisines await on this 15-day journey off the beaten path. Start with three nights in Adelaide, gateway to South Australia's famous wine country; tour the ethnically-diverse, gourmet-friendly town by Segway or pedicab; embark on an off-road adventure in Onkaparinga National Park; tour wineries in Barossa Valley, Australia's premier wine-making region. On to Melbourne to explore its trendy backstreets and laneways (and taste its famous coffee); take the Great Ocean Road to stunning seascapes of sheer cliffs, beaches and towering rock formations. Fly to Tasmania and spend two nights at a world-class resort in on the Freycinet Peninsula for a choice of outdoor activities. In Hobart, spend a sparkling private evening at the Museum of Old and New Art; explore the town's exciting food scene; tour the remains of Port Arthur prison; and meet Tassie devils, blue-tongued lizards, bettongs, koalas, quolls and other exotic residents on a visit to Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary. Go on a wildlife safari on Bruny Island, and a wine and cheese tasting excursion in Richmond; and cruise the D'Entrecasteaux Channel, teeming with birds and marine-life, for close-up views of its breathtaking cliffs and rock towers. Fly to Sydney for a private tour of the Opera House, a luncheon cruise in the harbor, and guided neighborhood tours with a local from your base at a waterfront luxury hotel.

  • All small group departures, average of 18 guests
  • At an exclusive workshop at Jacob Creek Winery in the Barossa Valley, you'll learn how to blend your own wine, bottle it and take it home
  • Spend two memorable nights at the award-winning Saffire Freycinet in Tasmania, named one of the best luxury resorts in Australia
  • Visit Bonorong, a Tasmanian wildlife sanctuary where orphaned or injured indigenous animals are rehabilitated and returned to the wild
  • On-Tour Air included (3 flights)
  • Private cruise on Sydney Harbour
  • Private tour of the Sydney Opera House
  • Winery visits and tastings in the Barossa Valley and Richmond

Health and Safety Protocols for Tauck Tours

Traveling with Peace of Mind
Our commitment never wavers – to earn your trust by always doing the right thing. As we explore the world together again, this will be more important than ever as we adapt to living and traveling in the presence of COVID-19.

Tauck is 95-years young this year, and our ability to weather many storms over the decades is a result of our values and beliefs – as a family and as a family-owned and led company. In addition to the guiding light of these values, our extensive experience, local knowledge and global support network help to ensure your safety on every Tauck journey. Building upon our bedrock of award-winning guest care, we have worked tirelessly to prepare for your return following the COVID-19 hiatus in travel. With guidance from leading experts, including the CDC and WHO, together with our internal Global Response Team and, most importantly, with feedback from thousands of our guests, we have redefined how we will conduct our experiences as we resume travel.

Tauck is Prepared for the Unexpected
For decades, Tauck has operated in over 70 countries in all 7 continents. Over this time, our staff and network of supplier partners have always been there to support our guests and team on the road. Our guests travel with a comprehensive, built-in support system that starts with the care and local knowledge of our Tauck Directors and extends to our network of partners around the world, including hoteliers and transportation companies.

At the core of our ability to quickly and effectively respond to the unexpected is our Global Response Team - a group of over 50 employees across all departments who stand ready to spring into action around the world. This team has plenty of experience, from weather events, high and low water on rivers, earthquakes, volcanic ash, civil unrest and work stoppages. They have also dealt with past virus outbreaks including the SARS and Zika viruses.

The Tauck Travel Well Pledge
Before we operate tours and cruises, all Tauck employees, our supplier partners and our guests will take Tauck’s Travel Well Pledge.

As a company, we will follow our enhanced protocols with diligence and rigor; review them frequently as the landscape changes and always make common-sense decisions grounded in purpose and pride. We embrace these new and necessary measures to combat COVID-19 and will do our very best to provide the Tauck care we have been honored to deliver for 95 years.

OUR NEW HEALTH & SAFETY PROTOCOLS
Consistent with our commitment to the well-being of our guests, we are implementing enhanced health and safety protocols. These protocols may vary by geographic regions and will certainly evolve over time, as science and society respond to new realities:

Tauck Staff
Prior to interacting with guests, each member of Tauck’s field staff is trained in enhanced protocols and participates in a personal health screening.

Once on tour, our Tauck Directors and supporting staff are responsible for maintaining these protocols with a special focus on cleanliness and physical distancing. They will relay critical information regarding requirements, advise when protocols are mandatory – such as wearing a face covering in group settings – and help facilitate guest care through communication with appropriate parties should a guest become ill on tour. All Tauck staff will adhere to the same requirements.

Guest Responsibility
When joining a Tauck journey, every guest is responsible for their own health and, in turn, the protection of their fellow travelers, the Tauck staff, our suppliers and the places we visit. Guests will pledge to follow the direction of the Tauck staff and adhere to health and safety protocols.

Guests are expected to wear face coverings in all group settings, to wash their hands frequently and to adhere to supplier and government regulations. While supplies of face coverings, gloves, and hand sanitizer will be available, guests are asked to bring such personal items for their own comfort.

Small is BIG
For many years, Tauck has emphasized and invested in more choices of activities, resulting in smaller groups for activities like sightseeing and events. This is consistent with our mantra that “Small is Big” – small groups and smaller ships with fewer guests.

We initially focused on these elements to improve the guest experience. Yet today they take on an additional dimension; small group experiences and more personal space are critical in providing the peace of mind our guests expect. Accordingly, we are offering even more small group experiences and limiting guest numbers across all of our journeys.

We have been working diligently with our partners to be prepared to welcome you back when the time is right.
Tauck has worked meticulously with our global supplier partners to plan for every itinerary following the hiatus in travel. All partners, whether they be a hotel, museum, small ship/riverboat, restaurant or other partner, have been thoughtful about how to provide a Tauck experience in this environment.

And while it's impossible to list all of the enhanced health and safety protocols for the hundreds of Tauck partners across the globe, we would like to share a representative sample of what you can expect:

Hotels
Our hotel partners all have world-class health and safety protocols. However, these guidelines may vary depending on local situations and regulations. Here are some typical examples:

  • Upon-arrival, health questionnaires and temperature checks may be required. Some hotels may even require daily temperature scans.
  • Social distancing may be required in public areas, bars and restaurants.
  • High-touch areas such as railings, door handles and elevators will undergo enhanced cleaning.
  • In-room measures may include removal of tent cards and magazines. Common use items, such as coffee makers and minibar amenities may be on demand.
  • High-touch areas, such as light switches, thermostats, remote controls and door handles will be subject to enhanced and frequent cleaning.
  • Guests will have the option to determine housekeeping frequency.
  • All hotel staff will undergo daily health screenings.

Ships and Riverboats
We have worked closely with our cruise partners to ensure the best possible health and safety protocols and to ensure the care and service you expect from Tauck:

  • Guests on cruises and river journeys will be required to complete a health questionnaire and will undergo a temperature check prior to boarding. In some instances, our ship partners will conduct daily temperature checks.
  • Face coverings and physical distancing will be required in most public spaces for guests and crew alike.
  • Meals may be offered at staggered times and self-serve buffets will be eliminated.
  • In-cabin measures include removing common use items. Coffee makers, minibar amenities and housekeeping will be on demand at guest discretion.
  • Ship staff will undergo daily health screenings.
  • All vessels will have medical staff onboard.

Sightseeing and Local Activities
Many of our experiences are exclusive and/or private and that’s important in taking care of you. Whether it be a guided tour, a visit to an iconic museum or private home, a musical performance, or any other special Tauck activities, we are applying the same rigor to health and safety protocols:

  • Tauck listening devices will be sanitized thoroughly and frequently.
  • Sightseeing is being adjusted to ensure proper physical distancing.
  • Admission times at venues may be altered to ensure no crowding.
  • Paper tickets, handouts and the like may be eliminated.

Dining
Tauck has always been known for a la carte dining; having more freedom to decide when and with whom to dine now has more value than ever. Additionally, our partners whether they be hotels, ships, special venues or restaurants, are raising their already rigorous hygienic standards. Here are some examples:

  • Waitstaff will likely be wearing face coverings and gloves.
  • Seating will be adjusted to accommodate physical distancing.
  • Self-serve buffets will be eliminated. Common use menus will no longer be used unless sanitized.

On-Tour Transportation
Keeping on-tour transportation safe is a major focus of our team who has worked with hundreds of partners to ensure continuity in health and safety protocols:

  • On motorcoaches and other on-tour ground transportation, such as airport transfers, guest should expect physical distancing and will be required to wear face coverings.
  • Prior to each trip, our motorcoaches, vans, airport transfer vehicles and on-tour aircraft will undergo a deep sanitizing process.
  • Luggage may also be sanitized at each movement.
  • Drivers will wear gloves and face coverings during all guest-facing interactions.
  • Drivers will frequently clean handrails, door handles, arm rests, tables, seats, air conditioning/HVAC units, restrooms and overhead storage areas.

Our Supplier Partners are ready for you
Tauck is proud to have worked closely with our partners around the world, many of them for decades, to deliver the quality, comfort and safety you expect. Whether it be hotels and resorts, riverboats and small ships, restaurants, event venues or transportation companies, their meticulous health and safety protocols reflect their leadership and well-earned respect in the travel industry. The following are some select health and safety protocols. We will update these on a regular basis.

In addition to our supplier partners, we have also been actively engaged with global travel organizations to standardize health and safety protocols throughout the travel industry. TourCare is one example:

TourCare are health and sanitation guidelines developed by the tour industry's major global associations: the United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA), The Canadian Association of Tour Operators (CATO) and the European Tourism Association (ETOA). Tauck, and our supplier partners, meet and exceed these guidelines that require members to adhere to the highest standards in the industry.

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Accommodations

Saffire Freycinet

Park Hyatt Melbourne
MACq 01 Hotel
MayFair Hotel
Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney

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Questions & Answers

Question: How many suitcases can I take with me on my trip?

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Question: Is Airfare Included in the Price?

Airfare from your point of origin to and from the trip is not included in the land price.

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