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<p>Welcome to one of the friendliest nations on Earth! Travel between the sun-seekers' Mecca that is Surfers Paradise and the tropical hotspot of Cairns. Touring Australia's stunning East Coast makes for a ton of breathtaking scenery and memorable moments to experience along the way!</p>

  • Day 1: Cairns

    Just like a double-shot macchiato in the morning, two days in Cairns will get your heart started. Meet and greet the crew in the afternoon and start planning tomorrow's adventures.<br /> <br /> Did you know:<br /> -The world's most fierce and sassy bird, the cassowary, resides in Cairns. Best not to get all up in its feathered grill if you see one.<br /> -The city was officially founded in 1876 after the discovery of gold brought on a mining rush. Today it's pearls, sugar cane and fish. Not as good as gold.<br /> -Cairns plays host to the world's longest single day mail delivery. The run takes over 9 hours to complete and spans 1450 km flying between Cairns and Cape York. And you get impatient waiting for that Asos package after 5 days.

  • Day 2: Cairns

    Like the thought of spending a whole day exploring the only place in the world nestled between two World Heritage areas? Go on then. Ramp up the adventure with hot air ballooning, horse riding, bungy jumping, rafting and all those things on your tick list. Save time for a snorkelling or scuba trip to the Great Barrier Reef and take home that elusive selfie with a photobombing fish. <br /> <br /> *Pre-book your Great Barrier Reef day-trip at the time of booking to secure your spot.<br /> <br /> Meals: Breakfast.<br /> <br /> Did you know:<br /> -The Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest living organism and covers 2,300 kilometres of Australia's coastline. It's also home to six of the world's seven sea turtle species. Win.

  • Day 3: Cairns to The Whitsundays

    ***We ask that you have packed a small overnight bag to take onboard with you as space is limited. Pack items like swimmers, beach towel, chargers, hat, sunscreen, camera, jacket, toiletries, sandals/flip flops and casual clothes for 3 days.***<br /> <br /> Feeling like you need more air in your hair? Leave the bus and board your own private yacht for our overnight sailing trip in the beautiful Whitsunday Islands. Normally a toy for the rich and famous, today it's all yours to learn the ropes while sailing in paradise. More of a land-lover? Take the diva option and let the crew do the work whilst you feast, swim and snorkel. <br /> <br /> Included today:<br /> -Big Mango<br /> -Overnight sailing<br /> <br /> Meals: Breakfast, dinner.<br /> <br /> Did you know:<br /> -Whitehaven Beach sand contains 98% pure silica, giving the beach its blinding white colour. The sand does not retain heat making it easy to walk on barefoot on a summer's day, and is great for polishing jewellery. Is there anything this sand DOESN'T do.<br /> -Of the 74 islands in the Whitsundays, only 8 are inhabited. 66 are completely deserted. Milestone birthday present?<br /> -The heart-shaped island used in Queensland advertising is REAL. Heart Reef, as it is named, is a natural coral formation off the Whitsunday coast.

  • Day 4: The Whitsundays to Daydream Island

    Keep those sunglasses on as the blinding white sands of Whitehaven stretch before you like a 7km sea of diamonds and swim with the resident Maori Wrasse at Blue Pearl Bay. Back on board, keep adrift of your seafaring skills by helping to set the sails or steer at the helm as we set course for land and two nights at Daydream Island Resort.<br /> <br /> Included today:<br /> -Whitehaven Beach<br /> -Snorkeling<br /> -Whitsunday sailing<br /> <br /> Meals: Breakfast, lunch, dinner.<br /> <br /> Did you know:<br /> -Daydream Island is a sailing enthusiast's mecca, with its outdoor aquarium hosting 80 different types of sea life and 50 varying corals.<br /> -The average water temperature in The Whitsundays is 26C. #perrrrfection.<br /> -Captain Cook first sailed through the Whitsundays in 1770 on the second Sunday of Easter, and hence named the area after the day he discovered it. #themoreyouknow

  • Day 5: Daydream Island

    Did someone say buffet breakfast? (Over) indulge, recharge and relax with water sports, beach volleyball and fish feeding right off the jetty. Appropriately named, Daydream Island has walking tracks, palm trees and secluded beaches. In keeping with tradition, a looong list of activities has been provided ranging from watersports to mini golf and tennis. Grab a cocktail from the swim up pool bar then make a date with a hammock and get in your happy place overlooking the pools.<br /> <br /> Included today:<br /> -Non-motorised activities<br /> -Bush walking<br /> <br /> Meals: Breakfast.

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