Top 10 Australia Tours October 2022

Departing Days From CAD
1 Oct 2022
Broome to Darwin Overland Adventure
10 3145
1 Oct 2022
Cycle South Australia's Wine Regions
6 2415
1 Oct 2022
Fraser Island (K’gari) Adventure
3 715
1 Oct 2022
Kakadu, Katherine & Litchfield Adventure
4 1505
1 Oct 2022
Top End & Kakadu Explorer
6 2365
1 Oct 2022
Broome to Perth Overland Adventure
10 2695
1 Oct 2022
Uluru & Kings Canyon Adventure
4 1440
1 Oct 2022
Ningaloo Reef & Karijini Adventure
8 3540
3 Oct 2022
Hike Western Australia's Cape to Cape Track
7 1940
3 Oct 2022
Trek the Cradle Mountain Overland Track
6 2090
4 Oct 2022
Uluru & Kings Canyon Family Adventure
4 1480
5 Oct 2022
Kakadu, Katherine & Litchfield Family Adventure
4 1520
5 Oct 2022
Hike Maria Island
4 1325
5 Oct 2022
Trek the Larapinta Trail
5 2285
7 Oct 2022
Queensland Daintree Explorer
5 2280
8 Oct 2022
Walk the Tasman Peninsula
4 1520
8 Oct 2022
Highlights of Tasmania
6 1560
8 Oct 2022
Sydney to Brisbane Adventure
7 2765
8 Oct 2022
Sydney to Cairns Adventure
14 6285
8 Oct 2022
Walk the Scenic Rim
5 1555
9 Oct 2022
Red Centre & Uluru Explorer
6 2440
9 Oct 2022
Queensland Coast & Islands Adventure
7 2335
9 Oct 2022
Tasmania's Tarkine & Cradle Mountain Explorer
5 2145
9 Oct 2022
Tasmanian Explorer
9 3860
10 Oct 2022
Margaret River & Albany Adventure
5 1705
12 Oct 2022
Hike the Great Ocean Road
6 2425
14 Oct 2022
East Arnhem Land Adventure
6 4030
14 Oct 2022
Cycle the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail: Beechworth to Bright
4 1000
14 Oct 2022
Brisbane to the Daintree Discovery
12 6080
14 Oct 2022
Hobart & Southern Tasmania Explorer
4 1670
15 Oct 2022
West Coast & Karijini Overland Adventure
10 2695
21 Oct 2022
Eyre Peninsula Adventure
9 3260
25 Oct 2022
Whitsunday Islands Explorer
6 2080
1976
28 Oct 2022
South Australia Outback Adventure
10 3560
29 Oct 2022
Kangaroo Island Adventure
5 1920
30 Oct 2022
Cycle South East Queensland: Islands, Beaches & Rail Trails
5 1770
31 Oct 2022
Walk Cradle Mountain National Park
4 2280

 

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Everyone travelling on an Intrepid trip must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of carriage. 

All travellers are required to produce: 

  • Proof of COVID-19 vaccination
  • All children aged 5 to 17 years old must provide proof of vaccination (if eligible), proof of recovery or a negative COVID-19 test.
  • If you are unable to be vaccinated for medical reasons, you may apply for an exemption. Exemptions will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. To apply, you must provide a medical certificate from a medical professional. 

In all cases, you must be fully inoculated. This means you must receive the full dosage of the COVID-19 vaccine and allow enough time for immunity to take effect. Each COVID-19 vaccine has different dosages and timeframes for inoculation, so please check the relevant medical advice associated with your vaccine.

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If you live in Australia, you’ll be well aware that you need more than a pair of thongs, bathers and suncream. Australia’s pretty massive and the landscapes are so diverse. You’ve got the beaches on the East Coast, the dry deserts of the Red Centre, humid rainforests in the north – you get it. But no matter what trip you’re going on, there are a few items we think are essential:

  • Reusable water bottle 

  • Daysack 

  • Suncream

  • Sunglasses (with UV protection)

  • Warm layers 

  • Insect repellent 

  • Portable power bank

  • Camera

  • Torch

  • Bathers 

  • Comfortable, sturdy footwear 

  • Thongs

  • Lightweight towel

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Both states have an abundance of natural beauty including jaw-dropping national parks and endless sandy beaches so settling the debate of the Northern Territory vs Western Australia is a hard one. Both bursting with Aboriginal culture, vibrant and multicultural cities, and more wildlife than you'll be able to spot, each region is breathtaking in its own way. 

Intrepid is committed to making travel widely accessible, regardless of ability or disability. That’s why we do our best to help as many people see the world as possible, regardless of any physical or mental limitations they might have. However, we’re always happy to talk to travellers with disabilities and see if we can help guide them towards the most suitable itinerary for their needs and where possible, make reasonable adjustments to our itineraries.

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