Days 1-2 Perth
Begin the tour in sunny Perth, bustling with bars, restaurants, shopping and cultural spaces, and Kings Park - one of the world's largest inner-city parks. Just a short drive away are the beautiful wineries of the Swan Valley and a string of beaches.
The trip includes a cruise on the iconic Swan River, and a bicycle tour exploring stunning Rottnest Island.
Captain Cook Swan River Dinner Cruise
Relax and enjoy the enchanting atmosphere aboard the Swan River dinner cruise set against the lights of Perth. The cruise includes a delicious buffet dinner & dessert, complimentary wines, beers & soft drink and live entertainment.
Rottnest Island Electric Bike Tour
Exploring stunning Rottnest Island on electric bikes. See the sights as you follow your guide and learn about the islands history along the way. Stop for lunch at the West End and go for a swim in pristine water.
Days 3-5 Margaret River
Pick up a 4WD and caravan in Perth and travel to Margaret River.
Make a stop at the seaside town of Busselton where you'll find the 150-year-old Busselton Jetty, the longest wooden jetty in the Southern Hemisphere.
Once in Margaret River set up the caravan and explore the natural wonders, premium wineries, relaxed microbreweries, world-class restaurants, spectacular beaches, towering forests and more.
Days 6-7 Adelaide
Next stop is Adelaide, where you can discover the vibrant bar and cultural scene. Get up early and explore the colourful Adelaide Central Market, take a stroll through the Adelaide Botanic Gardens or catch one of the historic trams from the CBD to the beachside suburb of Glenelg.
Days 8-9 Barossa Valley
From Adelaide pick up the motorhome and head to the Barossa Valley, one of Australia's oldest and finest wine producing regions.
Barossa Wine Tour
Explore the Barossa Valley with the Taste the Barossa Wine Tour, enjoy a day tasting some of the best food and wine in Australia. Includes tastings at four wineries and the famous Peter Lehmann's Weighbridge Platter Lunch.
Days 10-12 Murray River
From here it's onto Mildura, where you will board your very own river houseboat on the mighty Murray River and cruise Australia's greatest waterway.
Lined by historic townships, the waterway meanders through a picturesque section of Australian countryside, past amazing cliffs, stunning scenery and teeming birdlife. Drop a line and try to catch a huge Murray cod or explore the quiet towns steeped in history.
Days 13-14 Melbourne
Fly to Melbourne and see the sights of the world's most liveable city.
Wander through the cobbled laneways for a coffee, hit the shops and markets or dine at the world-class restaurants. If you're a sports fan, you could attend a cricket or AFL game at the MCG. Explore the vibrant arts and culture at the National Gallery of Victoria.
Step into the Colonial Tramcar Restaurant for a truly unique and unforgettable experience. Lavish decor and the finest service contribute to a dinner of decadence, all while touring Melbourne and seeing the sights. Enjoy three delicious courses of modern Australian cuisine.
Days 15-17 Cradle Mountain
Board the Spirit of Tasmania in Melbourne and travel to your next destination - Cradle Mountain.
Cradle Mountain is arguably the jewel of Tasmania's Wilderness World Heritage area, and undeniably one of Australia's most beautiful national parks. From the jagged peaks of Cradle Mountain to the mirrored waters of Crater Lake, it's a photographer's dream.
Days 18-20 Hobart
Complete the tour in Hobart. Shop the vibrant Salamanca Market, sample the beautiful Tasmanian produce and get your art fix at Mona. If you're feeling adventurous, hike to the summit of Mount Wellington for panoramic views of the city.
Museum of Old and New Art (Mona)
Mona is Australia's largest private museum and one of the most controversial private collections of modern art and antiquities in the world. Catch a high-speed ferry from Hobart's waterfront for a 30-minute ride up the Derwent River right to the steps of the museum.