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Intro to Australia

“Brilliant and beautiful, Australia!” We will visit Melbourne, Sydney and the Outback. Join us and see some kangaroos and play a didgeridoo. This tour is going to be an awesome adventure full of memorable journeys, beautiful nature, great food and wine, sweet events and culture, a few islands to hop and beaches to relax on. Come with us to connect with the oldest culture on earth, there’s nothing like a Venture Road tour in Australia.


Australia in May: April 26 - May 31, 2020

  • Prep Camp: April 26 - May 3

  • Tour Dates: May 3 - May 30

  • Departure Day: May 30


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Tour Highlights

The Great Ocean Road: This road is a 151 mile stretch of outrageously beautiful path that is said  to be one of the best road trips in the world.

Queen Victoria Market: This market provides the best and most atmospheric shopping experience in Melbourne. It has been a main point of interest the city’s culture for more than a century!

Shrine of Remembrance: A beautiful memorial that is well worth the visit. From the top of its steps you can catch a spectacular view of Melbourne and learn all there is about this fantastic place.

Sydney Opera House: This world famous building is spectacular from all angles. See some amazing shows during an unforgettable experience.

Blue Mountains: The Blue Mountains make for one of the best and most popular day trips from Sydney. We will see the Three Sisters rock formation from Echo Point lookout.

Kings Cross: One of the best nights out you will have in your life! This place is home to some of the best bars in the city. It can get a little wild, so keep your wits about you.

Learn to surf at Bondi Beach: Why wouldn’t you?! Surfing is as much a part of Aussie culture as beers and BBQs. There isn’t a better place to learn than on the country’s most famous beach.

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Fun facts

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people totaled 410,003 at the last census

  • It is generally thought that Aboriginal people began living on the continent 50,000 to 60,000 years ago, and some authorities believe their occupation may date back 100,000 years.

  • Australia is the only nation to occupy an entire continent.

  • Its land mass of nearly 7.7 million square kms is the flattest and (after Antarctica) driest of continents.

  • Australia has a coastline of 36,735km - so a LOT of beach!