Culture and Heritage Tours

Experience the vast opens roads and remote areas of Australia on any of these fantastic Australian culture and heritage self-drive holidays. Discover the unique and diverse natural beauty of Australia’s dense rainforest to it’s isolated Outback and pristine coastal vistas.

The itineraries are designed to be a journey of learning and exploring, seeing new perspectives and uncovering unfamiliar territory. With Australia’s seemingly endless roads, well-maintained highways and vast off-road tracks, the drives will allow you to travel by car, motor home or 4WD, at your own pace and in your own time.


Culture & Heritage

Echuca 1800s Heritage Paddlesteamer

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Melbourne to Sydney Heritage Drive Itinerary map

The Sydney Melbourne Heritage Drive makes its way from Melbourne to Sydney through the Goldfields Region of Victoria to the nation’s capital of Canberra. Explore a mine, tour central Victorian wineries, cruise on a 1800s paddle steamer and raft down the Mitta Mitta River. Visit the breathtaking views from the Snowy Mountains and explore the capital city before reaching Sydney.

Bruny Island Southern Tasmania

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Huon Trail - Southern Tasmania map

Tour through Southern Tasmania to experience the World Heritage listed wilderness, rugged coastlines, vineyards and farmlands. Base yourself in Hobart and explore all that the region has to offer – dive in Waterfall Bay, explore the convict settlement of Port Arthur , and cruise to Bruny Island. This 5 day wilderness adventure features some of Tasmania’s temperate rainforest which has earned World Heritage status.

The Olgas Kata Tjuta National Park

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Melbourne, Uluru and Sydney Fly/Drive map

Your travels begin from the vibrant and cultural city of Melbourne, including a visit to the Yarra Valley wine region and Mornington Peninsula. Your next stop is to the heart of Australia, the Red Center and home to the iconic Uluru (Ayers Rock). Tour the region and enjoy a stunning aerial view of this great Australian landmark! Lastly, fly to Sydney where an array of activities await you.