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Cultural And Heritage Tours Australia

From $2000 USD "Experience the Cultural Tapestry of Australia: A 10-Day Journey Through History, Art, and Tradition."

This itinerary allows you to experience the diverse cultural and heritage attractions of Australia, from the iconic landmarks of Sydney and Melbourne to the natural beauty of Uluru and the Great Ocean Road. With unique experiences like exploring the cultural precinct of Adelaide and visiting the wineries of the Barossa Valley, you'll get an up-close look at the rich history and traditions of this unique part of the world.

Day 1: Arrive in Sydney

Visit the Sydney Opera House and learn about its design and history.

Take a walking tour of The Rocks, one of Sydney's oldest neighborhoods.

Day 2: Blue Mountains

Visit the Blue Mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage site known for its natural beauty and Aboriginal cultural significance.

Take a guided walk with a local Aboriginal guide, learning about traditional land management practices and cultural significance of the area.

Day 3: Canberra

Visit Canberra, Australia's capital city, and explore the National Museum of Australia and Australian War Memorial.

Take a guided tour of the Parliament House and learn about the country's political history.

Day 4: Narooma

Visit Narooma, a coastal town on the south coast of New South Wales.

Take a guided tour of Gulaga National Park, an area of great cultural significance for the local Yuin people.

Day 5: Melbourne

Visit Melbourne, a city known for its art, music and cultural diversity.

Explore the city's many cultural attractions, including the National Gallery of Victoria, the Melbourne Museum, and the Immigration Museum.

Day 6: Great Ocean Road

Drive along the Great Ocean Road, a scenic coastal route that offers stunning views of the Southern Ocean.

Stop at cultural and historical landmarks, such as the Memorial Arch and the Twelve Apostles.

Day 7: Adelaide

Visit Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia, and explore the cultural precinct, including the Art Gallery of South Australia and the South Australian Museum.

Visit the Adelaide Central Market, a historic landmark that has been in operation for over 150 years.

Day 8: Barossa Valley

Visit the Barossa Valley, a renowned wine region known for its German heritage and cultural influence.

Take a guided tour of local wineries, and learn about the region's history and traditions.

Day 9: Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

Visit Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site that is of great cultural significance to the local Anangu people.

Take a guided tour with a local Aboriginal guide, learning about the traditions, customs and cultural significance of the area.

Day 10: Departure

Depart from Uluru.

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