Heritage Tours is pleased to offer high quality camp beds for hire. At a cost of only $ 6.00 per night to a maximum of $ 60.00 per tour you can sleep safe and sound in absolute comfort. Camp bed hire is available on all camping tours operated by Heritage Tours. Available for hire on all camping safaris.
|Sleeping Bags||$15.00 for the entire safari|
|Sheet||$5.00 for the entire safari|
|Pillows||$5.00 for the entire safari|
|Sole Use of Tent||$70.00 for the entire safari|
|Camp Beds||$6.00 per day, with a maximum of $60.00|
There is probably no other place in Australia with a history longer or more colorful than that of Torres Strait. This T.I. Tour takes you to places the ordinary tourist could not hope to cover by foot in a single day. Stops include the Torres Strait Museum, Japanese Pearl Divers Memorial, and Green Hill Fort.
Your local guides commentary takes you on a journey from the early, pre Europeans days, to the discovery of pearl shell, local involvement in wartime conflicts and on through to today's main primary industry Crayfishing and T.I.s pivotal role as the government administrative Centre.
You will have the option to add a day to your Cape York Safari. This day includes: A tour of Horn Island, lunch and entry to the WWII museum Accommodation at The Gateway Resort at Horn Island with ensuite facilities dinner and breakfast.
This option is available to Cape York Safaris that fly to and from Thursday Island and does not include accommodation transfers.
A fascinating and informative tour of this enormous open cast mining site (the largest Bauxite mine in the world) and the remote mining town of Weipa. The tour covers just about everything you might want to know about the Western Cape Region and its history plus a comprehensive insight into the whole process of mining and a chance to see the enormous mining equipment, trucks, locomotives and other plant used on the 2,590 square km site.
The sandstone massif of the Bungle Bungle Range is almost 99 times the area of Uluru – there are more stunning features and spectacular landforms to see in this half hour scenic flight than you would imagine possible.
The flight includes the hidden red rock gorges of the northwest tip, Picaninny Gorge from end to end and the unique beehive formations that have contributed to the listing of the Bungle Bungle Range as Australia's newest World Heritage area.
Travelling in a specially constructed open-top 4WD vehicle, Ridgetop passengers are taken on a guided tour of some of the most spectacularly rugged country on earth. Trained tour guides share their knowledge of Arkaroola's 1600-million year geological history as they navigate the steep slopes and hair raising ascents of the famous Ridgetop Track.
Enjoy the visual extremities of Lake Eyre, Australia's largest inland lake situated in South Australia. Its incredible colours and patterns become accentuated from the air whether full of water or totally dry. A totally captivating flight that will return you both visually impacted and educationally enriched. When the lake is 80% full of water, there are up to 85 different varieties of bird life and millions of birds to look at. The only way to get the full impact is from the air.
Set in the outback of South Australia - an area of 30km x 10km of sandstone hills in pristine condition and incredible colours. No roads exist in this area and can only be view by air. A unique and spectacular opportunity to view one of Australia's hidden iconic landmarks (Less than 400 people have seen these hills in the last 50 years). William Creek is located in one of the most remote areas of Australia.
A boutique hotel, centrally located offering a choice of quality room styles, ranging from budget, moderate to premier rooms and self-contained suits. A 10-15 minute brings you to all tourist facilities, waterfront, Night Markets, shopping, and restaurants.
Ideally located on the Cairns Esplanade, and just a few minutes walk to the Cairns Laggon Precinct, city centre, restaurants and shopping. With both bar and restaurant facilities, dine in or dine out. The hotel also features a Day Spa and a pool in a tropical setting with sun lounges.
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Alice in the Territory invites you for an exquisite holiday in the foothills of the MacDonell Ranges in Australia's red centre. Located 2km from Alice Springs town centre, this hotel is adjacent to the convention centre, casino and one of the worlds best desert golf courses. the hotel provides intrepid outback travellers with all they could wish for in creature comforts.
Beaches of Broome's contemporary, stylish resort offers total luxury at an affordable price making it a budget travellers paradise.
Situated just a short stroll from famous Cable beach, 4km from the airport and a quick bus ride to historic Chinatown. Beaches of Broome provides the perfect location to enjoy the magic of the kimberley.
|Standard Room (shared facilities)||1-2||$140|
Palms City Resort is a little touch of paradise offering the very best in corporate and leisure accommodation conveniently located on the pictureque Esplanade in the heart of Darwin CBD. You will be able to indulge in a true Top End experience with all the conveniences of home.
Country Comfort Inter City Hotel Perth in Belmont is located on the Great Eastern Highway midway between Perth Airport and CBD. Offering a complimentary domestic airport shuttle and off-street parking the hotel has a mix of Deluxe Rooms, Serviced Apartments and Townhouses. Relax in the beautiful gardens or enjoy the guest barbecue facilities, children's playground, swimming pool and sauna. The Firehouse Bar and Restaurant is open daily for breakfast and dinner daily and lunch Monday – Friday. There is an alfresco courtyard area. In room dining is also available for breakfast and dinner.
Built in 1918, Mercure Grosvenor Hotel Adelaide is an historic hotel right in the middle of all the action in Adelaide.
This four-star hotel is superbly located opposite the Convention Centre, Casino and Festival Centre in the heart of the cultural boulevard of North Terrace. Just seconds from the shopping precinct of Rundle Mall, visitors to Adelaide can enjoy theatre, festivals, sporting events, Museum, Botanical Gardens and the famous Adelaide Oval all within walking distance from the hotel. Or take the tram outside the hotel to the Central Market, Entertainment Centre and Glenelg Beach.
|Economy Room||1-2||from $123|
|Standard Room||1-2||from $150|
|Deluxe Room||1-2||from $201|