City stays in Sydney and Melbourne, with all of their urban delights, round out this package.
Start with 4 nights in Sydney, the jewel in the crown of the South Pacific. Your accommodation is included, and airport transfers and day touring can be added.
Next, you'll fly to Melbourne for 4 nights. Melbourne is a sophisticated city where the good life is celebrated at fine restaurants and cafes, in designer boutiques, and at theaters and music halls.
Finally, you'll fly to Hobart, Tasmania. If you choose the rental car option, you will spend 2 nights in Hobart and 2 in Launceston, driving in between. Or, you may choose to stay in Hobart and explore from there. Either way, the icons of this small island state are easily accessible.
- Roundtrip Economy Class airfare from Los Angeles
- Add-on airfares available from other U.S. cities
- All domestic airfare within Australia
- 4 nights accommodation in Sydney
- 2 nights accommodation in Hobart and 2 nights accommodation in Launceston
- 4 nights accommodation in Melbourne
- 4 days compact automatic car rental in Tasmania (minimum age, 21 years)
- If you'd prefer your 4 nights in Tassie all in Hobart, w/o a car, please ask.
Price is per person, based on double occupancy, for departures from Los Angeles. Add $300 for NYC departures. Add-on airfares are available from other US cities. Seats are limited and may not be available on every flight. Minimum 3-star hotels (Melbourne Cup, Grand Prix, Australian Open, Mardi Gras, New Years Eve in Sydney and other blackout periods will have surcharges). Accommodation subject to availability. US/foreign taxes/fees of approximately $154, including September 11th Security Fee, are additional. After ticketing, no change is allowed on outbound sector; inbound may be changed for $150. Cancellation penalties and other restrictions apply. Mileage awards credits are determined by your airline of choice. As it varies from airline to airline, please check with them to determine the mileage credit you will receive, if any.
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