A luxurious itinerary that captures it all
During the 12-day tour of the Great Australian Aircruise tour, Bill Peach Journeys will take travellers on a luxurious, once-in-a-lifetime journey from the remote beauty of Uluru to the tropical wonderland of Kakadu National Park, and absolutely everything in between.
Bill Peach Journeys’ mission is to bring exclusive, luxury travel to you by taking care of absolutely everything from the finest accommodation available, to the planning of every top-class meal.
We’ve put together an itinerary of absolute must-see spots that the Great Australian Aircruise will discover during the journey. Here are a few snippets of each:
Uluru (also known as Ayers Rock)
Rising up from the remote centre of Australia, Uluru is a vast monolith that is considered one of the world’s wonders. The huge landform is absolutely breathtaking to view, and offers the most amazing variety of colours thanks to the sun’s reflection off it. Seeing Uluru at sunset is particularly spectacular, which we will certainly do on the journey. We will even stay for the evening to dine under the stars and watch the huge, culturally-significant wonder darken as night falls.
Kata Tjuta (also known as The Olgas)
Just a few kilometres away from Uluru, is where Kata Tjuta is found. A large group of round, domed rock formations, Kata Tjuta, is known as the companion too Uluru. Both ancient rock formations and the territory in between form the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. On the journey, we will walk through the boulders of this sacred Aboriginal must-see spot and see breathtaking views of Uluru and the surrounding National Park.
Kakadu National Park
There is something for everyone within this exquisite UNESCO world-heritage site and park. From birdwatching and walking, to swimming in waterfalls and rock pools, Kakadu National Park will not disappoint our curious guests. During the journey, we’ll linger in awe at the ancient sites and rock art at Ubirr and Norlangie. We’ll dip our toes in the refreshing rock pools at Boulder Creek, and we’ll languish in luxury on a cruise on the Yellow Water Lagoon.
As Australia’s most luscious and precious wilderness regions, The Kimberley can be found spreading around the entire north-west corner of the country. It is one of the world’s largest wilderness frontiers and our guests can expect to experience the majestic wildlife, exquisite landscapes, freshwater pools and gorges, as well as remote outback posts in ultimate luxury during this stop.
Bungle Bungle Range
Described as ‘martian beehives’, the Bungle Bungle Range or the Bungle Bungle’s can be found in the Purnululu National Park. On our journey, we’ll show you spectacular aerial views of these ancient outcrops that have been said to have eroded down from a meteoric crater to form these beehive-like protrusions. The Bungle Bungle’s certainly are a majestic site to see thanks to their impressive site and spiritual importance.
Broome is found along the far-western edge of The Kimberley. You can expect azure ocean waters alongside magnificent creeks and mangroves, teaming with wildlife. At our beach stop at Broome, we’ll experience a relaxing, lavish candle-lit dinner on the beach as the turquoise waters lap at your toes. You’ll be able to watch the sun set in paradise.
Katherine Gorge shows off for us each and every time we cruise along her brilliant waters. You’ll catch a glimpse of ancient rock art drawn on the magnificent red and mauve surrounding rocks. The opulent boat cruise is certainly a must-do activity during our Great Australian Aircruise.
An aerial cruise of these massive, majestic sandstone ridges jutting out of the aquamarine ocean is a site to behold. During the journey, as we Aircruise around, you’ll get a birds-eye view of secluded sandy beaches, and the vast, untouched magnificence of the archipelago.
The Great Australian Aircruise will take you on a journey of luxury and opulence as you effortlessly experience some of Australia’s must-see destinations.
Bookings are now open for the 2018 tours, contact Bill Peach Journeys today, for more information.