Australia Bus Tours - Activity Holidays

 
  • Tours to Australia (95)

    • New South Wales

      From Australia's largest city, Sydney, you can travel via Canberra and the Snowy Mountains to Melbourne, or head up the East Coast to Byron Bay, Brisbane and tropical North Queensland.

       
    • Northern Territory

      The Northern Territory - from the tropical rainforests of the Top End to the scorched earth of the Red Centre, NT offers this is the quintessential outback experience. This is the real Australia, don't miss out!

       
    • Western Australia

      The vast range of natural beauty in Western Australia is unbeatable. Imagine pristine white beaches, aqua blue oceans, towering forests, ancient gorges, carpets of wildfl owers and friendly yet wild dolphins. Stretching from Kununurra in the north, ...

       
    • Queensland

      Queensland is Australia's sunshine state - beaches, rainforests, reef and outdoor living is what the place is all about. Some of the most popular destinations include Fraser Island, the Whitsunday islands, Cape Tribulation and Great Barrier Reef.

       
    • South Australia

      South Australia has a wide variety of landscapes and attractions. From the hub of Adelaide, head north to Alice Springs via the Flinders Ranges, jump on the ferry to Kangaroo Island, travel east to Melbourne via the Great Ocean Road or west to Perth.

       
    • Tasmania

      Boasting some of Australia’s most pristine wilderness, cleanest beaches and richest colonial history, Tasmania is an adventure like no other. World-Heritage forests, turquoise bays, spine-tingling historic sites, bustling markets, exotic wildlife and ...

       
    • Victoria

      The country's second biggest city, Melbourne is dynamic and offers a variety of destinations. Travel along the east coast through Sydney to tropical North Queensland, or head west to Adelaide were you can continue on to Perth, Alice Springs or Darwin.

       
  • Tours to New Zealand (11)

    • South Island

      The larger but less populated of New Zealand’s two main islands, the South Island is home to incredible mountain ranges, glaciers, wineries and breathtaking fiords. Picture yourself sea kayaking in a stunning coastal national park, hiking through ...

       
    • North Island

      New Zealand’s main gateway and home to the country's biggest cities - Auckland and the capital Wellington - the North Island is famous for its great beaches, colourful Maori culture and geothermal activity. Camp on an exclusive beach, sample food ...