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ASIA, AFRICA & AUSTRALIA | Sydney, Ayers Rock, Palm Cove, Great Barrier Reef, Gold Coast | 11 Days / 10 Nights

Australia

The Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge at night An aboriginal man shows 2 young girls wearing face paint how to decorate a boomerang A mother and daughter, both wearing life vests, paddle kayaks on Byron Bay Skyscrapers create the dramatic skyline of the Gold CoastE A turtle and many fish swim at the Great Barrier Reef
The Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge at night
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Explore Australia's tropical rainforests, white-sand beaches and its red desert featuring otherworldly rock formations. Discover the rich culture of the Aboriginals who've lived here for over 40,000 years. Ride a camel across the desert, experience the life of an Australian cowboy, snorkel on the Great Barrier Reef and more—and experience Australia firsthand on this remarkable Adventures by Disney vacation!

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Sydney, Ayers Rock (Uluru)

Meal(s) Included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Accommodations: Sails in the Desert

The night sky filled with stars

Breakfast at the Hotel

Enjoy a filling breakfast before you set off to Australia's red desert that spans the middle of the continent.

Flight to Ayers Rock

Head to the heart of the outback to explore the startling beauty of Australia's Red Centre.

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

Take a motor coach into Aboriginal land when you visit Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, home to one of Australia's iconic landmarks. Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, is a sandstone monolith that stands like a mammoth mesa in the middle of the vast desert. Considered one of the great wonders of the world, it is 1,141 feet high (348 meters), 2.2 miles long (3.6 km) and 1.2 miles wide (1.9 km). The Aboriginals who have inhabited this area over 10,000 years consider Uluru a sacred part of their "dreamtime" creation belief.

Lunch and Orientation at the Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Center

Enjoy a boxed lunch at the Cultural Center and hear from a local expert about this magnificent and sacred area. Learn about the plants and animals that live in this environment and the geology that explains how Uluru was formed. Find out about the Anangu people—the Aboriginal tribe owners of Uluru, Kata Tjuta and surrounding lands. And be introduced to Tjukurpa, the law that guides their daily life and is at the foundation of their culture.

Private Guided Walking Tour around the Base of Uluru

Hike on a trail that wraps around the edge of this massive, 600-million-year-old sandstone rock formation.

Check-In at Sails in the Desert

After your trek in the outback, experience pure luxury at Sails in the Desert! Located in Australia's Red Centre, this 5-star hotel is a place to pamper yourself in style after a day of exploration. Before dinner, take a moment to enjoy the relaxing spa and delightful pool surrounded by gumtrees, view the gallery filled with indigenous arts and crafts—or simply bask in the splendor of the sun setting over the red desert.

Dinner at the Ilkari Restaurant at the Hotel

Enjoy international flavors as well as favorite local dishes at this premium restaurant and share stories about today's adventures with your fellow Adventurers.

Star Gazing

Count your lucky stars tonight—you get a chance to see the night sky lit up in all its sparkling glory! Considered one of the premier places in the world for star watching, the outback invites you to turn your gaze upward and be truly starstruck.