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Tour Code : ITTA-27, Duration : 15 Days

Highlights Itinerary at a Glance
- Victoria Court, a historic boutique hotel
- Sydney Opera House
- Sydney Harbour Bridge
- Famous Victoria Street
- River National Park
- The Rocks, The Art Gallery, The Australian Museum, Hyde Park
- Runnymede, renowned historic National Trust property
- Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens
- Tasmania Hockey Centre
- Riverside bicycle track (bicycles available)
- North Hobart with its many fine restaurants
- Island ecology walks Birdlife walks
- Turtle viewing (peak nesting times)
- Star Gazing
- Wildlife presentations
- Beach picnic hampers
- Snorkelling lessons in swimming pool
- Tennis (night & day)
- Reef Creature interpretative workshops
- Research station walks
Day 1, 2, 3 : Sydney
Day 4 : Port Arthur
Day 5 : Strahan
Day 6, 7 : Cradle Mt
Day 8, 9 : Calstock
Day 10 : Brisbane
Day 11, 12, 13, 14 : Heron Island
Day 15 : Sydney

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Day 1 : Arrive Sydney
Travel to Sydney.

Day 2,3 : Sydney
Victoria Court, a historic boutique hotel, is centrally located on quiet, leafy Victoria Street in elegant Potts Point; the heart of Sydney's gastronomic precinct. The hotel is an ideal base from which to explore and do business in Sydney. It is within minutes of the Opera House, the Central Business District, the Harbour, Chinatown and the famous Beaches. Victoria Street is an address much favoured in the history of Sydney. In earlier times, it was the preferred residential choice of some of the city's most influential and wealthy merchant families who lived there because it was so close to the magnificent harbour. Right at its heart stands Victoria Court, whose buildings date from 1881 and retain the gracious ambience of that age, while incorporating all the refinements of a modern, first class establishment.

Guests are offered friendly and personalised service in an informal atmosphere and amidst Victorian charm. Not unexpectedly, no two rooms are alike, and cater to various budgets. Most rooms have marble fireplaces, some have four poster beds and others feature balconies which offer views over Victoria Street, which is classified by the National Trust as a street of historical significance. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms, hairdryers, air-conditioning, colour television, radio-clock, safe, coffee/tea making facilities and direct dial telephone for both local and international calls. The focal point of Victoria Court is the verdant courtyard conservatory, where to the melodious accompaniment of a bubbling fountain, breakfast is served. Guests can relax and read the daily papers or browse through books in the fire-placed lounge.Victoria Court's central location puts all of Sydney's major attractions - including its most famous icons - the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge - within easy reach. From close to the Opera House, Ferry Services provide effortless access to the world's most beautiful harbour, with frequent services to a wide variety of magical spots, many with their own golden beaches. The world renowned Royal Botanic Gardens lie between the harbour and the hotel. Other major attractions close by are The Rocks, The Art Gallery, The Australian Museum, Hyde Park and Darling Harbour.
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Day 4 : Port Arthur
Wendover, with its understated Georgian elegance, provides an atmosphere of quiet gentility either in your own self-contained apartment or suite. Wendover offers today's travellers a marvelous opportunity to experience the pleasures of living in an authentic colonial mansion of grand proportions with 22 rooms. Described by Captain Butler Stoney in his book of 1856, A Residence in Tasmania, as "A fine mansion of considerable taste and elegance". Guests have their own private apartments, complete with ensuites and fully equipped kitchens, and some have an inter-connecting door allowing areas to be opened up for the convenience of families or groups travelling together.

The original cedar and pine joinery of the guest sitting - dining room is enhanced by the antique furnishing (as with each apartment). This provides an elegant setting for a quiet fireside chat or drink before or after perhaps sampling one of Hobart's premier restaurant areas? Hosts Barbara and Rick Reynolds have a wealth of knowledge and experience of antique collections and sympathetic restorations. They look forward to sharing Wendover and its treasures with you.

New Town Hobart Tasmania An award winning mansion 5 minutes drive from the Hobart CBD. Neighbouring attractions include:
» Runnymede, renowned historic National Trust property.
» Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens.
» Tasmania Hockey Centre.
» Riverside bicycle track (bicycles available).
» Lawn bowls.
» North Hobart with its many fine restaurants.

DAY 5 : Strahan
StrahanSituated on a hillside on the outskirts of scenic Strahan, a charming little fishing village on Macquarie Harbour, Franklin Manor is a century old mansion where warm hospitality is part of the tradition. It provides travellers with an oasis of civilisation and warmth from which to explore Tasmania's wild west coast. Part of Tasmania's "must see" experiences, the West Coast offers magnificent scenery which can be enjoyed in a number of ways - from the air, from the river, on foot, or by vehicle. Visitors can immerse themselves in a wide variety of activities the region provides from a base offering comfort, elegance and tranquillity - as well as superb food and wine. Discover the secrets of this magic part of the world. You won't be disappointed. Escape from the tyranny of city living and experience the unpretentious delights of cosy Franklin Manor. Nestled in established gardens, this historic property offers charming accommodation and excellent service - the perfect haven for those in need of relaxation.

The restaurant overlooks the wide verandahs and well-established garden and guests can enjoy pre-dinner drinks on the verandah or in the comfortable lounge before being seated. One delightful experience is making your way to the underground cellar to select your wine from an excellent range of Tasmanian, Australian and International wines. Gateway to the mighty Franklin and Gordon Rivers, steeped in history and natural beauty, Strahan is one of Tasmania’s significant tourist experiences. Today, Strahan is a bustling tourist town, voted ‘The Best Little Town In The World’ by the Chicago Tribune, and boasts a multi-million dollar fish-farming industry. Most importantly, it is the gateway to one of the most outstanding wilderness areas on earth, with a multitude of natural wonders to explore in the region.

Day 6,7 : Cradle Mountain
Cradle Mountain, recognized for its unique landscapes, and fresh, alpine beauty, is situated in one of Australia's World Heritage National Parks. There are many walks in the Cradle Mountain National Park, ranging from a ten minute stroll to a five day trek! Cradle Mountain Highlanders is just 1½ km (1 mile) from it's entrance. Our little cluster of cabins is nestled in ten acres of native bushland, in a clearing off the main road, hidden away from public view. Cradle Mountain Lodge is a warm, rustic retreat nestled high in the Tasmanian wilderness, a superb escape featuring cosy cabins, fine food and wine and many activities. Each fully self-contained cabin is a unique rustic experience in accommodation, cabins as you would expect in the mountains (but with a few essential mod cons!). Every cabin is different, catering for families, honeymooners or backpackers. Whether you're on an outdoor adventure, your honeymoon, or just having a well deserved rest, Cradle Mountain Highlanders is an ideal location.

Day 8,9 : Calstock
Calstock is set in 200 acres of land just south of Deloraine on the Lake Highway. It was originally granted to Lieutenant Pearson Foote RN in 1831 and some parts of the house and stables date to this period.The property was purchased in 1853 by John Field and remained in the Field familyfor over 120 years. The main part of the house was built by John in the grand style of the day with marble mantelpieces, fine plaster mouldings on lofty ceiling and cedar doors, shutters and skirtings that remain in fine condition to this day. John Field bred many famous racehorses of the late 19th century at the Calstock stud. They became winners of many prestigious Australian races such as the Australian Cup, the Caulfield Cup, the Grand National Hurdle, the Melbourne Cup, the Newmarket Handicap and the Oakley Plate. Calstock has six rooms with ensuites and will when development is completed have ten rooms with ensuites. It has been decorated with an English country house feel rather than colonial, although many Georgian antiques have been used.

Calstock has an extensive wine list including, apart from a wide variety of Tasmanian and Australian mainland wines, over 100 different French, Italian and Californian wines. It also has a selection of over 50 Scotch whiskies. Your hosts Ginette & Remi Bancal provide a French influenced country style menu created from the freshest and organic local ingredients. Over the next few years Calstock will develop its gardens to include a large vegetable garden and raise its own livestock for consumption in the restaurant.

Day 10 : Brisbane
The Stamford Plaza Brisbane provides an atmosphere of luxury and elegance. The lobby surrounds its guests with comfort and spaciousness. Works of art hang naturally in an environment that suggest a stately home - at The Stamford Plaza Brisbane life truly reflects the art of fine living. Overlooking the Brisbane all rooms have panoramic views. Garden Suites offer views of the river and Botanic Gardens, each has an elegant lounge setting and walk in dressing room. Located on the Botanic Gardens, just 5 minutes walk from the Brisbane's central business, retail and entertainment district. The Stamford Plaza Brisbane hosts 232 roomswith panoramic river views, colonial warmth and elegance, air conditioning, TV, in house movies, tea and coffee facilities, mini bar and bathrobes. Siggi's at The Stamford Plaza Brisbane - the Hotel's award winning signature restaurant. There is a relaxed atmosphere at The Brasserie - a la carte or buffet. The adjacent Terrace boasts Al fresco dining with views of the river and hotel gardens. Authentic Japanese dining is available at Kabuki. Recreational facilities include outdoor heated pool, spa, sauna and a fully equipped gymnasium or jog in the nearby Botanic Gardens. At The Stamford Plaza Brisbane the staff is dedicated to provide personal service to make each stay truly memorable.
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Day 11,12,13,14 : Heron Island
Heron Island is a true coral cay right on the Great Barrier Reef. Here you can swim straight off the beach to an endless garden of coral where the waters are literally teeming with beautifully coloured fish and marine life. It's what you don't see around Heron that makes the resort so special. You won't see any buildings above the tree line. And you won't bump into any daytrippers either. The reef experience on Heron is exclusively for guests, a unique experience few other resorts in the world can offer. There's a relaxed island lifestyle that sets Heron apart, a sophisicated yet casual resort atmosphere. Here the emphasis is on exploring and discovering the natural attractions that have made Heron famous around the world.

You'll enjoy some of the world's best reef diving. There's a choice of spectacular sites just minutes from the beach, and can you imagine a better place to learn to dive?

Join a guided reef walk to learn more about the unique ecology of the Great Barrier Reef or snorkel off the beach and come face to face with the kaleidoscope of marine life just below the surface. Enjoy a day trip to explore an idyllic, uninhabited coral cay or spend the day just lazing by the pool. The choice is yours.

At night there's live entertainment, dancing or a quiet drink at the Pandanus Lounge. On Heron, all meals are included in your tarriff and you'll find a range of accommodation to suit your budget. As you would expect, Heron takes great pride in maintaining the higher standards of food and service.
» Interpretative reef walks (operate daily subject to tides)
» Island ecology walks Birdlife walks
» Turtle viewing (peak nesting times) Star Gazing
» Wildlife presentations
» Beach picnic hampers
» Snorkelling lessons in swimming pool
» Tennis (night & day)
» Reef Creature interpretative workshops
» Research station walks
» Nightly entertainment

Heron Island is famous around the world because it is exciting diving made easy. There's no need for day trips to the Reef because you're already there, so you can easily enjoy up to three full dives a day. There are over twenty different dive sites, more than half of which are just fifteen minutes from the beach. With so many acres of living coral literally teeming with fish, it's easy to see why keen divers keep coming back to Heron.

Day 15 : Sydney
Victoria Court, a historic boutique hotel, is centrally located on quiet, leafy Victoria Street in elegant Potts Point; the heart of Sydney's gastronomic precinct. The hotel is an ideal base from which to explore and do business in Sydney.
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