From Kia Ora to G'Day - Contrasts of New Zealand & Australia from $7,999 per person including international flights

Experience the contrasts between New Zealand & Australia covering Mountains, Fjords, Glaciers, thermal geysers, harbors, wildlife, reefs, and much more! If you have been waiting to find the perfect bucket list trip for New Zealand & Australia this one covers it all! This exciting itinerary is crafted to flow seamlessly traveling by plane and tour bus, and chock full of amazing experiences and values.

Inclusions

  • Economy class flights from Los Angeles (domestic US flights can be added at an additional cost)
  • Domestic Australia & New Zealand flights
  • 3 Nights in Queenstown at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites
  • Small group Milford Sound tour & cruise
  • Small group Wilderness Jetboat tour
  • Half-day Queenstown to Mount Cook tour
  • 1 Night in Mount Cook at the Hermitage Hotel
  • Glacier Boat Cruise
  • Half-day Mount Cook to Christchurch tour
  • 1 night in Christchurch at the Crowne Plaza
  • 2 nights in Rotorua at the Novotel Rotorua Lakeside
  • Evening tour & Maori culture dinner experience
  • Small group tour of Rotorua Geothermal parks & valleys
  • Polynesian Thermal Spa experience
  • Full-day tour Rotorua - Waitomo Caves - Auckland
  • 2 nights in Auckland at the SkyCity Hotel 
  • Small group full-day tour of Auckland city & stunning West Coast
  • 4 Nights in Perth at the Crowne Plaza 
  • Lanes & Arcades walking tour of Perth 
  • Full-day Rottnest Island Experience with coach tour or cycle
  • Afternoon Pinnacles Desert sunset and stargazing tour including dinner
  • 3 nights in Sydney at the Parkroyal Darling Harbor 
  • Half-day small group city sights tour of Sydney 
  • Sydney Harbour cruise
  • Sydney Opera House tour
  • 4 nights in Port Douglas at the Meridian 
  • Full-Day Great Barrier Reef tour
  • Half-Day Mossman Gorge & Aboriginal Cultural Tour
  • Private airport transfers in Queenstown, Perth, and Sydney
  • Shuttle airport transfers in Christchurch, Rotorua, Auckland, and Port Douglas
  • All taxes & fuel surcharges

Itinerary

Day 1 - Depart New York JFK, Chicago, Houston, San Francisco, or Los Angeles with Air New Zealand non-stop to Auckland
Air New Zealand is the number one way to travel to New Zealand, and your vacation begins the second you step onboard your overnight flight. Air New Zealand offers direct service from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston, Chicago, and New York JFK, with add-on fares with United Airlines available from other cities.

The Air New Zealand onboard experience has a travel option for every passenger from Business Premier, Premium Economy, and Economy cabins, with the option to add the innovative Skycouch.

Day 2 - Cross International Date Line

Day 3 - Arrive in Auckland & continue to Queenstown
Welcome to New Zealand! On arrival in Auckland, connect with your short flight to Queenstown to commence your journey to New Zealand in the South Island.

On arrival into Queenstown, you will be transferred to your accommodation by private car service. Queenstown, surrounded by majestic mountains and nestled on the shores of crystal-clear Lake Whakatipu, offers diverse, world-class experiences, a warm welcome, and a cosmopolitan vibe. Queenstown has fueled imaginations and inspired many to explore. Whether you are chasing the snow, exploring the trails, indulging in food and wine, discovering stunning fairways, or seeking adrenaline thrills, Queenstown sets the stage for adventure.

ACCOMMODATION - Enjoy 3 nights at Holiday Inn Express & Suites Queenstown. Located in a prime position, this property provides close proximity to city center shopping, entertainment, and outdoor activities. The location also provides easy access to the popular ski destinations of Coronet Peak, Remarkables, Cardrona, and Treble Cone. The hotel features a selection of well-appointed hotel rooms and suites complete with a power shower, black-out blinds, high-quality bedding with a choice of pillows, and uncapped Wi-Fi. A fitness room, self-serve laundry, and onsite parking are also available to all guests.

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Day 4  - Half Day Wilderness Jet Boat Tour

Today enjoy a half-day Wilderness Jetboat Safari. Discover and explore every aspect of this magnificent area through a combination of exciting wilderness jet boating, an informative guided walk, and a picturesque back-country drive. Surrounded by breathtaking snow-covered peaks, hidden valleys, waterfalls, and glacial valleys frozen in time, you’ll be thrilled by an exciting jet boat journey navigating the ever-changing shallow channels of the Dart Rivers braided river system. Your jet boat driver will stop along the way to highlight points of interest and discuss the natural and cultural significance of this exceptional area. Walk amongst the ancient beech tree forests – an atmosphere you may recognize from The Lord of the Rings films

Day 5  - Full Day Milford Sound Tour

An early morning starts today to experience a full-day small group tour to Milford Sound (approx. 12 hours duration).

Set off from Queenstown and travel along Lake Wakatipu towards Te Anau – enjoying many scenic stops enroute. Continue to Milford Sound, with several stops for short walks and photo opportunities. At Milford Sound, board a Boutique Small Boat cruise. Enjoy your packed lunch box and complimentary coffee on board while cruising past sheer cliff faces and cascading waterfalls. The smaller size of the vessel enables you to get you up close and personal with the local wildlife, like New Zealand fur seals, dolphins, and the rare Fiordland crested penguin. A “Glacial Facial” under the Stirling Falls is an experience not to be missed. After the cruise returns, travel back to Queenstown after an amazing day in Fiordland. Optional upgrade to scenic flights back to Queenstown available for an additional cost (weather permitting)

Day 6 - Queenstown to Mount Cook
Depart Queenstown on your small group tour and transfer to Aoraki/Mount Cook National Park, home to New Zealand's highest mountain. Travel through the stunning Kawarau Gorge, passing the Kawarau Suspension Bridge and the famous Roaring Meg Lookout. Exiting the Gorge we enter the fruit and wine growing region of Cromwell, we cross Lake Dunstan and follow this beautiful lake towards Lindis Pass. Climbing in altitude, Lindis Pass has fantastic views down through the valleys. Being one of only three alpine roads through the otherwise impassable Southern Alps. Enter the Aoraki National Park and Lake Pukaki, one of the bluest lakes you will ever see, stunningly framed by the backdrop of Mt Cook and the Southern Alps. Continue through the rugged high country landscape of the Mackenzie Basin to arrive at Mount Cook Village, where you can gaze up at the 3,724m/12,218ft high mountain Aoraki/Mount Cook.

ACCOMMODATION - Enjoy 1 night at 4* Hermitage Hotel. Located within Aoraki Mount Cook National Park, the property offers a range of accommodations. All guest rooms have an ensuite bathroom, tea and coffee-making facilities, a fridge, satellite television, and wireless internet.

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Day 7 - Mount Cook to Christchurch

This morning, enjoy an amazing encounter with New Zealand's largest glacier, the Tasman Glacier. On this 3-hour tour, explore and learn about the ever-changing glacial landscape as you journey across the terminal lake in a custom-built MAC Boat with your experienced guides. Icebergs of every shape and size periodically tear away from the face of the glacier into the rapidly growing lake. With the effects of global warming and other climatic processes taking their toll on New Zealand glaciers, their retreat is imminent. Now approximately 27km long and 600m deep, the Tasman Glacier is melting and calving exponentially. In recent years, the Tasman Glacier has changed from a 'melting' to a 'calving and melting' terminus, resulting in a terminal lake that is rapidly increasing in size.

This afternoon, board your small group transfer to Christchurch. Farewelling Mt Cook, head to Lake Tekapo. This turquoise-blue lake is famous the world over for its pristine beauty. Enjoy a quick visit to the Church of the Good Shepard and see the Mackenzie dog before heading towards Christchurch. Leaving Tekapo for Christchurch, pass through more amazing passes and high country towns before arriving in Christchurch.

ACCOMMODATION - Enjoy 1 night at the Crowne Plaza Christchurch. Located in Christchurch city center, the hotel overlooks historic Victoria Square and the iconic Avon River with the Issac Theatre Royal and Christchurch’s coolest cafes, restaurants, shops, and street art only a stroll away. All rooms in this high-tech hotel have Bluetooth and Wi-Fi streaming high-definition televisions, bathroom speakers and controls, electronic service indicators on the door for when you don’t want to be disturbed, and plenty of USB ports for your devices.

Day 8 - Fly Christchurch to Rotorua

This morning you will be transferred to Christchurch Airport by shuttle for your flight to Rotorua. On arrival in Rotorua, you will be transferred by shuttle to your hotel.

Located in the heart of New Zealand’s North Island, Rotorua is the place to enjoy some of the country’s most iconic natural attractions and geothermal landscapes, incredible experiences from adventure to enrichment and relaxation, and welcoming people who are proud of sharing their rich Maori culture with you.

ACCOMMODATION - Enjoy 2 nights at the Novotel Rotorua Lakeside. Situated on the picturesque shores of Lake Rotorua, this hotel offers tranquil surroundings and lake views. Just steps from Eat Streat bars and restaurants also only a short walk from the awe-inspiring lakefront, the hotel is in the heart of the cultural and geothermal marvel that is Rotorua. Rejuvenate in the spa's natural geothermal mineral pools.

Late afternoon you will be picked up from your hotel for a tour and evening experience at Te Puia -Be guided through the greenstone, wood carving, and flax weaving schools at the New Zealand Maori Arts & Crafts Institute, Rotowhio Pa, Kiwi Conservation Centre and Te Whakarewarewa geothermal valley including Pohutu geyser. Te Puia's world-famous hangi buffet dinner is served in Pataka Kai Restaurant, Bar & Café. Beverages are at their own cost. The cultural performance will take place at a beautifully carved meeting house, Te Aronui a Rua. It will include a powhiri (traditional welcome), waiata (song), moteatea (traditional chant) poi, and haka. The evening culminates with hot chocolate and steamed pudding surrounded by steam and the geyser terrace bathed in colored light.

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Day 9 -  Geothermal Experience and Polynesian Spa

This morning join your small group half-day tour to visit Rotorua's most natural and popular geothermal parks, Wai O Tapu and Waimangu Volcanic Valley. Your local naturalist guide will explain the volcanic processes of Rotorua and New Zealand. See volcanoes, geysers, New Zealand's largest boiling mud pool, and hot springs on a scenic drive around volcanic landscapes, and native and exotic forests. The two heritage parks offer a variety of thermal activities; at Wai-o-tapu the amazingly colorful hot springs and moon-like landscapes are the key features along with the famous Lady Knox geyser. At Waimangu Volcanic Valley, learn about the Mt Tarawera eruption, native flora and fauna, and the geothermal features which were blown open in 1886.

This afternoon relax and unwind on the tranquil shores of Lake Rotorua at Polynesian Spa. Channeling geothermal marvels in its backyard, the 27 mineral pools at Polynesian Spa are fed from two natural springs for a combination that both nourishes the skin and relieves tired muscles, aches, and pains. The two types of mineral waters that feed the pools are called alkaline pool Whangapipiro and acidic pool Te Pupunitanga and have been used by the Maori for generations. Deluxe Private Pools offer panoramic views over Lake Rotorua. The pools are filled with soothing alkaline mineral water leaving your skin soft and supple. Enjoy 30 minutes of private bathing.

Day 10 - Rotorua –  Waitomo Caves – Auckland
This morning you are collected from your Rotorua accommodation by shuttle and are transferred to Waitomo. On arrival in Waitomo, join a 45-minute guided tour of the incredible Waitomo Glow Worm caves. Discover an ancient world 30 million years in the making. Enjoy the delicate cave formations and be wowed in the Cathedral, before taking the iconic boat ride through the glow worm grotto. Marvel in silence at thousands of magical glow worms, which are unique to New Zealand before exiting the cave. After your tour at Waitomo travel north to Auckland and dropped off at your hotel.

ACCOMMODATION - Enjoy 2 nights at the SkyCity Hotel. Located in the heart of Auckland, next to the iconic Sky Tower and SkyCity Casino, this hotel offers well-appointed rooms and suites with views of the courtyard, city skyline, or Auckland Harbour. The 24-hour SkyCity Casino features live entertainment, a theatre, and a choice of more than 20 restaurants, cafes, and bars. The Sky Tower, rising 328 meters above sea level, offers breathtaking 360-degree views from three observation levels.

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Day 11 - Auckland West Coast and City Tour

Don't think of Auckland as a city, even though it's New Zealand's largest. Think of it as half urban, half marine - a cosmopolitan experience wrapped up in a fascinating water world and surrounded by over 50 islands.

Experience Auckland City highlights on a small group tour with its stunning harbor and many volcanoes as well as Auckland’s famous West Coast. Combine the very best Auckland has to offer including the sights of the Auckland City Half Day Tour and a West Coast Half Day Tour into one full-day luxury experience which includes lunch. Be amazed by spectacular views of both the Pacific Ocean and the Tasman Sea plus dramatic views of several volcanoes, and city & regional parks. Explore the untamed coastline, black as well as golden sand beaches, subtropical rainforest with the famous Kauri trees, plus unique indigenous flora, and fauna.

Day 12 - Auckland to Perth
You will be transferred by shuttle service to Auckland Airport for your flight to Perth, Western Australia. On arrival, you will be transferred by private car for your four nights stay.

ACCOMMODATION -  Spend 4 nights at the Crowne Plaza Perth. Located in the heartland of beautiful Perth, with picturesque views of Langley Park and the Swan River. This riverside hotel is just minutes from the Perth CBD and has easy access to Perth Airport and Optus Stadium. Many of their spacious modern guestrooms have river-view balconies, where guests can enjoy the panoramic views of the river and foreshore. Whether you want arts and culture, adventure and fun, or a relaxing weekend break, the hotel’s friendly attentive team will help you connect with whatever you need.

This afternoon make your way to Elizabeth Quay - Celebrating Perth’s love affair with the Swan River, Elizabeth Quay has transformed the foreshore into a free playground for all ages to enjoy the city’s active lifestyle, abundant sunshine, amazing views, alfresco dining, outdoor markets and lively festival scene. Walk the riverside trail and explore the one-and-a-half hectares of inlet, island, landscaped gardens, and public art via the striking arched suspension bridge and promenade circuit.

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Day 13 - Arcades & Laneways Perth city walking tour
On this tour, over two hours, explore the more than 2.5km of arcades and various lesser-known laneways throughout the city. Due to Perth's warm climate, the city center was built with many arcades to keep shoppers shaded and cool. Through churches, shopping malls, and public areas, these arcades and laneways provide interesting routes for locals to navigate through the city center. Art Deco, ultra-modern, and even faux-Tudor are wonderful parts of the city that you will visit on this tour and learn of their origins and impact on the city. In recent years, some forgotten and underutilized laneways in Perth have been given a new lease on life. Through Government investment, the establishment of small bars and cafes, pop-up cultural events, and a proliferation of street art, these once-ignored places are now hip and happening. It is very easy to spend a couple of leisurely hours exploring these hidden yet bustling/vibrant elements of life in Perth. With plenty of opportunities to grab a coffee on the go, have a tasty treat, or find some awesome places to return to after the tour, your friendly guide will help set you up for an enjoyable adventure through the lesser-known parts of Perth.

Day 14 - Rottnest Island Experience

Cruise to Rottnest Island and receive a guided introduction walk. Then, enjoy cycling around the island at your own pace or taking a guided coach tour to discover its beauty and tranquility. Enjoy lunch at Rottnest Lodge, followed by free time at your leisure. Rottnest Island is lined with 83 of the most beautiful bays and beaches you will ever see, but what it’s really known for is being home to the happiest animal in the world. Quokkas are small marsupials, much like a very tiny kangaroo. Thousands of quokkas call Rottnest their island home and pose for the perfect picture. You’ll also spot dolphins and seals year-round, plus humpback whales from September to December. One of the best ways to see Rottnest is by bike – no cars are on the island. It’s the perfect day trip from Perth, and don’t forget a #QuokkaSelfie is free!

Day 15 - Pinnacles Sunset and Stargazing Adventure

This afternoon, depart for the Pinnacles Desert, renowned for its ancient landscape and dark skies. Learn about Aboriginal Astronomy and hear Dreamtime stories of the night sky. While you wait for the stars and planets to appear, enjoy a traditional Australian Barbeque Dinner in the Pinnacles Desert as you watch the sunset over the Indian Ocean. The tour also includes a stop at Lancelin to visit the spectacular sand dunes and experience sand boarding down the giant slopes (optional), a stop at Nilgen Nature Reserve to see wildflowers when in season, and a guided bushtucker/bush medicine walk at Hangover Bay.

Day 16 - Perth to Sydney
Transfer to Perth airport by private car for your flight to Sydney. On arrival in Sydney, you will be transferred by private car to your accommodation for your three-night stay.

Blessed with a temperate climate, Sydney is Australia’s favorite city with the world’s most beautiful harbor. The harbor provides a playground for jet boating, sailing, swimming, harbor scenic flights, dining, fishing, climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and sightseeing at the Sydney Opera House.

ACCOMMODATION - Stay three nights at the Parkroyal Darling Harbour. This property is located on the city side of Darling Harbour, a short distance from the restaurants and bars of Darling Quarter, and 2 kilometers from Circular Quay. The spacious guest rooms and suites have a contemporary design, with a cityscape or Darling Harbour view.

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Day 17 - Half Day Sydney City Sights Tour
This morning you will be picked up from your hotel for your small group Panoramic Sydney tour. Visit the historic Rocks area and hear about early convict history. Enjoy magnificent views of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. See the city's shopping heart, the Queen Victoria Building, and Sydney Tower. Visit Sydney's trendy Oxford Street district and travel through Paddington with its terrace houses before arriving at the Pacific Ocean. See the magnificent coast cliff walk around Tamarama and Bronte. Travel on to famous Bondi Beach and visit the beachfront promenade with time to enjoy a coffee or cool drink (at your own cost). See Aussie lifesavers and Sydney's best panoramic view at Dover Heights. Return to Sydney via Double Bay, Kings Cross, and Mrs. Macquarie's Point for a final magical viewpoint over the harbor before returning to the city center. The tour concludes at Darling Harbour or Circular Quay.

Day 18 - Harbour Cruise and Opera House Tour

This morning, explore Sydney Harbor on your Harbor Experience Cruise. Millions of people from all over the world come to the harbor to discover our world-famous Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, stunning beaches, national parks, and the playgrounds of the rich and famous. The 1.5-hour Harbour Experience cruise will leave you breathless with amazing views, superior comfort and service, and fascinating stories that bring the history and culture of the harbor city alive. 

This afternoon enjoy a one hour guided tour of the Sydney Opera House. The Sydney Opera House is one of the world's most recognizable landmarks, and this is your chance to truly get up close. Run your hands over the world-famous shell tiles, take a seat in the elegant custom-made white birch timber chairs, and marvel at the vaulted ceilings. Next, visit areas off-limits to the public and capture photographs from rare vantage points. Finally, explore theatres and foyers where more than 1600 concerts, operas, dramas, and ballets occur each year.

Day 19 - Sydney to Cairns & transfer to Port Douglas
This morning you will be transferred to Sydney Airport by private car service for your flight to Cairns. On arrival, meet your shuttle transfer to Port Douglas (approximately 1.5 hours - Upgrades to private car service available, ask an Aspire consultant for the additional cost).

ACCOMMODATION - Stay four nights at the Meridian Port Douglas. This property is 200 meters from Macrossan Street and Four Mile Beach. It is a contemporary boutique resort that offers Adult-only accommodation in a selection of self-catered studios and one-bedroom apartments. The central feature is the heated lagoon-style pool with pool decks extending from the superior apartments and studios. There is also an outdoor barbecue entertaining area and an eight-person Jacuzzi set amongst the tropical gardens.

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Day 20 - Great Barrier Reef Day Tour
This morning board your vessel at Crystal Brook Marina Port Douglas to commence a full-day cruise. Travel aboard Silversonic, a 29-meter luxury catamaran custom-designed for small groups of adventure-minded people to revel in the thrill of diving and snorkeling. Silversonic features a state-of-the-art ride control system for a super smooth journey, a submerged platform for easy water access, hot freshwater showers, change rooms, air-conditioned lounges, and a licensed bar. With over five hours to explore the delights of this underwater world, snorkelers can explore three different outer reef locations at Agincourt Reef, on the very outer edge of the Great Barrier Reef. Snorkel briefs at each site and a guided free snorkel tour are included in your day.

Day 21 - Daintree Rainforest Dreamtime Gorge Walk

Experience the wonders of the World Heritage-listed Daintree Rainforest and Aboriginal culture on this half-day tour.

NGANA JULAYMBA DUNGAY: “We All Going Daintree” tours are based around the Mossman, Mossman Gorge, coastal habitats & the Daintree River area. Discover the Kuku Yalanji people's environment, learn about different foods and medicines utilized from nature, sample some bush tucker, collect shellfish, and try traditional Aboriginal hunting practices. Have a go at boomerang and spear throwing and if you are lucky, catch a mud crab. Take a guided rainforest walk through the southern Daintree rainforest and visit the Mossman Gorge before being transferred back to Port Douglas.

**Optional Extra – Upgrade from a half-day to a full-day tour for an additional $60 per person including lunch*.

Day 22 - Port Douglas

Explore Tropical North Queensland at your leisure or consider adding one of our tour options - Some of our favorites (additional cost applies):

  • Wildlife Habitat
    The award-winning Wildlife Habitat is Australia's leading immersion exhibit - an open and interactive environment for guests and animals to mingle in a spacious and natural setting. Visitors wander along elevated boardwalks, observing up close a vast range of flora and fauna as birds fly and roam freely. The original Breakfast with the Birds has been a visitor must-do for two decades; be immersed within the Wetlands environment while enjoying the cacophony of sounds and colors of Wildlife as they wander freely amongst you while enjoying a tropical breakfast.

  • Kuranda Scenic Rail & Skyrail
    Enjoy a full-day Kuranda, Scenic Rail, and Skyrail Tour. Board the Kuranda Scenic Railway for a breathtaking journey on one of the world's most scenic train routes. The trip will take you through hand-hewn tunnels and across bridges with amazing views. Stop at Barron Gorge to view the Falls before arriving at beautiful Kuranda station. Your Kuranda Boarding Pass offers discounted entry into Birdworld, Kuranda Koala Gardens, The Australian Butterfly Sanctuary, and Rainforestation, as well as a detailed map of Kuranda - the Village in the rainforest. At the scheduled time, bypass the ticketing lines and go directly to the Skyrail boarding area to board Skyrail for the world's most beautiful rainforest experience. Glide over the rainforest canopy and take advantage of the two stops to enjoy a walk through the rainforest or visit the CSIRO Interpretive Centre.

  • Daintree Rainforest & Cape Tribulation
    Travel north along the scenic coastal road, crossing the Daintree River onto a guided boardwalk through the rainforest before continuing to Cape Tribulation Beach, where time is allowed for a beach walk or to relax in a tranquil setting. Enjoy a delicious lunch in a rainforest setting. Next, visit Alexandra Lookout for panoramic views out to sea and the mouth of the Daintree River, followed by a cruise to observe the fauna and flora of this region.

Day 23 - Depart Port Douglas
This morning you will be transferred by shuttle service to Cairns Airport. Depart Cairns for your flight back to Los Angeles.

 

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Costing Per Person

Starting from $7,999

 

Note: Daily departures, this package is an independent itinerary with flexible departures (not a group tour)

Single Supplement: From $2,499

 

Entry Requirements

Before committing to your trip please ensure you hold a valid passport with at least six months’ validity from the date you plan to return to the US.

Australia welcomes travelers with an approved Electronic Travel Authority (ETA) to enter Australia.

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New Zealand welcomes fully vaccinated International travelers.

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Additional departure gateways & pricing

Add on airfares are available from most major airports – please ask an Aspire consultant for a quote

Upgrade Options

  • Upgrade to premium economy from $1,050 per person each way*
  • Upgrade to business class from $3,500 per person each way*
  • Can take the upgrade one way or round trip and combine premium/business classes on same ticket

* From pricing based on Sunday through Wednesday departures from Los Angeles - ask an Aspire consultant for the upgrade fee from other departure points and travel Thursday through Saturday.

 

Terms & Conditions:

The package from pricing is based on double occupancy (2 people sharing a room) for low-season stays for travel Mondays through Thursdays in both directions. A $60 air supplement applies each way for international travel from Friday to Sunday. Add-on fares are available from other cities. Specific blackout dates apply to the accommodation and tour value offers. Seats are limited and may not be available on every flight. Hotels are subject to availability. All prices reflect a discount for purchases made by check/wire; please see terms and conditions for credit card payments. Cancellation penalties and other restrictions apply. The purchase of travel Insurance is highly recommended for travel to Australia. Aspire Down Under partners with CSA Travel Protection

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