Australia tours in June 2025

Forget hibernating - there’s plenty of Aussie adventures to be had this winter

Whether you want to chase the sun to the Kimberley Coast in Western Australia or tough out the colder weather while traversing some of South Australia’s magnificent landscapes along the Eyre Peninsula, you’ll never run out of beautiful places to discover on an Australia tour departing in June. Or, if you’d rather head up north, this month’s mild temperatures make for the perfect time to tick Uluru or the Daintree Rainforest off your bucket list. Happy exploring. 

June reviews

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Kakadu, Katherine & Litchfield Explorer

Swathi · Traveled June 2024
This was an incredible trip. In just four days, we were able to fit in so many activities, while still making time for leisurely lunches and swims, and always arriving at our next destination by sunset. Though we covered long distances in a short time, our guide Lauren had a fantastic itinerary with plenty of stops and interesting information that made it feel like we barely drove at all. Lauren was absolutely what made this trip so special- from catering delicious food to showing us the best spots to explore, and keeping us all on schedule, she was just wonderful. Highly recommend this beautiful tour of one of the most amazing corners of Australia.
Review submitted 03 Jul 2024

Uluru & Kings Canyon Adventure

Kelvin · Traveled June 2024
4 Days covering Kings Canyon/ Uluru is perfect. So much to see and learn. Charlotte was a great and very knowledgeable leader. Had a great group of 12. Loved every minute of this trip
Review submitted 30 Jun 2024

Eyre Peninsula Adventure

Suzanne · Traveled June 2024
The Eyre Peninsula has history, quirky towns and beautiful scenery. Hikes along rocky gorges, climbs up monoliths in the Gawler Ranges. There’s lots of wildlife: kangaroos, emus, wedgetail eagles, whales, seal lions and wombats. The rugged southern coastline is spectacular. Memorable sunrises and sunsets. Much laughter shucking oysters at CoffinBay.
Review submitted 01 Jul 2024

Eyre Peninsula Adventure

Marie · Traveled June 2024
The eyre peninsula adventure is just that.The Trip is interesting and the scenery is fantastic. I'm glad I did this trip and will use intrepid again.
Review submitted 30 Jun 2024

Best of Perth, Margaret River & Rottnest Island

Louise · Traveled June 2024
Great little trip. Made some good friends. Tour Guide Tom was fantastic. Meals included were good. Rottnest Island as a group was a fantastic experience. The hotels were great, Rydges in Fremantle and beautiful motel in Margaret River. Only blight was the joining hotel. Rendeavouz, not a great choice due to conditions, so hope Intrepid reconsider this hotel. Overall a wonderful experience.
Review submitted 01 Jul 2024
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