A Taste of the South Pacific

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Set out on an adventure that brings together the epic highlights of Australia with the tropical paradise that is Fiji. Explore the Great Barrier Reef. Visit Hartley’s Croc Farm and see crocodiles in their natural habitat. Delve into another way of life at the Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Come to know the exciting city of Sydney during your included city tour, harbour dinner cruise and fascinating guided tour Sydney Opera House. You will also have a full day to explore the city on your own. Discover Nadi’s scenic hinterland and visit the Garden of the Sleeping Giant begun by famedHollywood actor Raymond Burr. On this trip you even have the chance to meet a few of the local koalas. Finally, complete your trip with three nights in beautiful Fiji.

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