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Australia group tours for solo travelers

Travel solo as part of a group tour to Australia

Why Travel Solo To Australia?

From the Great Barrier Reef to the wild rugged outback, solo travel in a group tour to Australia is an adventurer’s delight.

Australia is relatively young as a nation, yet unimaginably ancient as a collection of landscapes and cultures. Its coastlines are home to vibrant ecosystems, picturesque beaches and world-famous vineyards, while further inland, the vast outback is shrouded in folklore and Aboriginal traditions such as walkabout.

Our 14-day adventure will see you travel down the east coast, chasing the best surf from Sydney to Cairns. Your first time down under? You’re in luck – we’ve curated the ultimate highlights of eastern Australia on this adventure.

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Top places to visit in Australia


With its spectacular harbor setting and beautiful beaches, Australia’s biggest metropolis packs a punch. Come for the iconic sights – like the Opera House and Harbour Bridge – but stay for the surf vibe, cafe culture and vibrant arts scene.

Byron Bay

From laidback hippie surf town to chic boho bolthole, Byron is perennially popular with alternative lifestyle seekers. With three music festivals, an incredible food scene and soul-stirring sunrises, it’s the ultimate Aussie beach break.


Formerly known as Fraser Island, the world’s largest sandbar is an island paradise of giant dunes, vibrant blue freshwater lakes, crystalline creeks and lush rainforest. Keep an eye out for the native dingoes as you explore by 4×4.

Daintree National Park

In the tropical wilderness north of Cairns, Daintree is where the rainforest meets the reef. A highly significant place for the Kuku Yalanji people, it’s a place to go on bush tucker walks with an indigenous guide and connect with local nature.

Trips to Australia

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14 Days in Australia

East Coast Australia: Sydney, Byron & Beyond

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Australia Facts

What Are The National Languages?


What is the currency?

Australian dollar


Australian Eastern Standard Time (GMT +10)

Top Three Experiences

1. Wine tasting in the Hunter Valley
2. Surf lessons in Byron Bay
3. Snorkeling on the Great Barrier Reef

Top five dishes to try

1. Chicken Parmagiana
2. Lamingtons
3. Barramundi
4. Vegemite on Toast
5. Cherry Ripe

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Average temp in high season

What's The Weather Like?

Australia has a number of different climate zones due to the size of the country. The northern section of Australia has a tropical influenced climate whereas as southern parts are cooler with mild summers and cool, sometimes rainy winters. The average summer temperature in Australia is 86ºF (30ºC) and with an average winter temperate of 59ºF (15ºC).

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