Australia tours in July 2024

July is jam-packed with adventure

July is slap bang in the middle of (Aussie) winter – with a mixed bag of weather from bright blue skies and beaming sun in the outback and Far North Queensland, to cooler conditions in Victoria and Tasmania. Want to chase the sun? Head to the Northern Territory to trek the Larapinta Trail or discover towering gorges and wonderful waterholes in Kakadu National Park. Keen on culture? Listen to the Traditional Owners of natural wonders like Uluru and the Bungles Bungles share ancient stories and cultural traditions. Or disconnect from everyday life on a reef-meets-rainforest adventure in the Daintree and Cape Tribulation.

July reviews

4.9 out of 5 based on 26 reviews submitted.
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Uluru & Kings Canyon Adventure

Daniel · Traveled July 2023
The Red Center (Uluru, Watarrka, Kata Tjuta) with Alex as a guide is a must do !
Review submitted 09 Aug 2023

Walk Kakadu National Park

alastair · Traveled July 2023
Gosh, please extract anything Ive said above
Review submitted 09 Aug 2023

Uluru & Kings Canyon Adventure

Claire · Traveled July 2023
Very good organised tour . We did a lot but without stress . The driver and guide was top ! Thank you !
Review submitted 05 Aug 2023

Uluru & Kings Canyon Adventure

Jean-Christophe · Traveled July 2023
Great trip! Appreciated in particular activities we wouldn't have found ourselves; meetings with aboriginal people were a must. Special congrats to Scott our guide for his organization! We loved also the small size of the group.
Review submitted 30 Jul 2023

Daintree & Cape Tribulation Adventure

Nigel · Traveled July 2023
Intrepid joins the dots on Far North Queensland - Cairns, Kuranda, the Daintree, Cooktown and the tableland. Snorkel the Reef, it's special. Included breakfasts are great to start the big days. The drives are broken up well with forests, waterfalls and beaches (watch for crocs). The Sovereign Resort in Cooktown topped it off.
Review submitted 04 Aug 2023
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