Top 10 Australian Experiences

– Climbing Harbour Bridge in Sydney
Harbour Bridge is one of the most iconic monuments in Australia. Now you can climb it in order the see the CBD and Sydney’s bay from above.

– Sydney Seaplanes

A mere 20 minutes flying time from the hustle and bustle of Sydney to land at the foot step of the exquisitely tranquil Cottage Point Inn. This beautiful restaurant is perched on the waters edge in the heart of the Ku-ring -gai Chase National Park and is renowned for offering exceptional modern Australian cuisine. After a leisurely 3 course à la carte lunch reboard your seaplane and fly over the Harbour Bridge and Opera House, before landing at Rose Bay.

– 4WD Tag along in the Red Centre (maximum 70 guests).

A participative way to discover the Red Centre from Alice Springs to Ayers Rock via Kings Canyon, driving on the dirt and exploring the stunning  Outback. We hire the cars (preferably 4 participants per car), our Convoy leader will brief the participants on driving technics and will also carry all necessary equipment. At the tail of the convoy our guides will make sure that everything runs smoothly .

– Sailing regatta in Sydney Harbour (maximum 300 guests)

A very fun way to discover Sydney Harbour and its best icones , while competing by team from 7 to 12 on sailboats . Each sailboat has its own skipper and participation is most welcome .The itinerary is most often the same as the one used during the Sydney 2000 Olympics . Boats can be branded with the company colours (flags) and clients can be dressed accordingly . A variety of awards can be remitted at the end. The concept can also be non competitive and solely for the enjoyment of Sydney harbour beauty.

– An evening at the Camel Farm in Ayers Rock (maximum 200 guests)

Camels have become part of the Australian scenery since brought from Afghanistan mid 19th century and released in the wild after the rail line was developped . More recently Ayers Rock Camel Farm has increase the number of Camels to 50; Camels are being looked after by local characters . These passionnate and dedicated Camel boys and girls are adventurers who will happily share their stories with you … One of them told us that you can’t get lost in the Australian Outback … have a look around   , try to imagine. We will privatise the Camel farm for a fun evening where we can organise Camel rides or races for you to bid on, followed by a private dinner . Alternatively dinner can be at the Sound of Silence site with a transfer by Camel.

– Paperbark Camp (maximum 24 guests)

Paperbark Camp is a luxury tented accommodation situated in the heart of the forest at Jervis Bay. Paperbark Camp is the ideal place for nature lovers, indeed the place boast astonishing sceneries. You will also appreciate the food high quality at the Gunyah Restaurant.

– Self drive with a convoy leader from Melbourne to Adelaide via the Great Ocean Road

Voted the best coastal drive on the planet by Conde Nast Traveller, the Great Ocean Road is yours to explore. We will Hire the vehicules for you to drive ; for small groups we can hire the world’s most exotic sports cars, such as an Aston Martin or a Lamborghini, to make the most of the journey, as you snake your way past cliffs, rainforests, sunken ships, whales watching points and some of Australia’s best surfing spots, stopping at coastal towns to get a taste of local life along the way.

– Cicada Lodge Top End (maximum 36 guests)

Located in the heart of  Nitmiluk National Park at less than 40km from the Katerine Town center, the lodge is situated on the riverfront of Katerine River.

– Seal and Dolphins swims Melbourne area ( maximum 30 guests)

Between October and May, this cruise will bring you to your first stop to Port Phillip Heads Marine National Park, followed by a second stop to swim with the Australian fur seal to finish with snorkeling with dolphins.

Driving racing cars on circuits (maximum 80 guests)

Take the chance to drive a V8 racing car in Sydney or Melbourne. After the beginning of the day with an instructor, you will be able to drive on circuit for 6 laps of a breathtaking experience.  No speed limit insured!

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