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Why book a GO Holiday?

For over 30 years, GO Holidays has designed a comprehensive range

of innovative travel ideas based on our own experiences and available

through our preferred Travel Agent partners across New Zealand. You can

be assured all of the product that is featured in this brochure has been

tried and tested to ensure we deliver to you not only a great value holiday

but a truly memorable experience. GO… and enjoy!

Because this brochure is our “Year Round” programme, prices featured here are indicative

nightly rates to assist you with your planning. When you have decided on your itinerary, simply

contact your GO Holidays preferred Travel Agent and we will quote you an inclusive price.

Contents

Getting Around 4

Welcome to Sydney 5

Sightseeing 6-11

Sydney Airport Accommodation 11

Sydney Accommodation 12-30

The Rocks and Circular Quay 12-14

Darling Harbour & CBD 15-19

CBD Accommodation 20-25

CBD & Kings Cross 25

CBD & Surry Hills 26-27

CBD & Entertainment District 28-30

Sydney Beaches 31

Welcome to Hunter Valley 32

Hunter Valley Accommodation 32-33

Welcome to Blue Mountains 34

Blue Mountains Accommodation 34

Welcome To Canberra 35

Canberra Accommodation 35

Welcome to the North & Central Coast 36

North & Central Coast Accommodation 36-37

Welcome to Byron Bay 38

Byron Bay Accommodation 38

Suggested Self-Drive Itineraries 39

Rail 40-41

Map 42

Booking Conditions 43

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the customer.

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Property Rating Guide

To assist you in choosing your accommodation

we have given our own classification to the hotels

featured in this brochure. The star ratings are

offered by our people from their own experience.

We may also use official star ratings for individual

countries as a guide. Assessing accommodation

can be quite subjective and generally speaking the

standard and services will be in line with the price

paid. Please note that our star rating system is

individual to the destination and reflective across the

range of accommodation available in that country.

HH Simple and clean accommodation with basic

room features

HHH Moderate accommodation with standard

room features and facilities

HHHH High standard accommodation with

quality room features and a range of facilities

HHHHH The ultimate in luxury accommodation

with a luxury standard of service and facilities

Boutique Small and stylish hotels offering

intimacy and superb individual attention and service

as well as a good range of facilities

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travel documents. This means that should you have any difficulty, or are dissatisfied with some aspect of your

trip you can call on our assistance. It is always our recommendation however that you first take the matter

up directly with the hotel or supplier at the time and endeavour to resolve the issue on the spot. Remember

though, we are just a free telephone call away.

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Due to the volatile nature of foreign

exchange rates, please use the pricing

in this brochure as a guide only.

Please contact your preferred travel

agent for the most up to date pricing.

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Getting around

Hertz

The best way to see all that Australia has to offer is with the freedom and flexibility of a Hertz vehicle. No matter where your

travels take you, you will find Hertz have an office nearby with helpful local knowledge and a fleet of carefully maintained

latest model vehicles at your service. Hertz is committed to offering fast, friendly and efficient service to ensure your rental

experience is smooth from beginning to end.

Australia Rates (including Perth). Excludes Remote, Northern Territory & South East

Queensland.

INCLUSIVE RATES

(Include Airport Concession Fee Recovery, Vehicle Registration Recovery &

Administration Recovery.) Valid for collections 01 April 2012 – 31 March 2013.

Doors

Group Vehicle or Similar

Rates per day

/ seats

MANUAL TRANSMISSION 1-3 4-6 7-13 14+

B/CCMR COMPACT 5/5 108 100 94 92

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

A/ECAR ECONOMY 5/4 104 92 91 91

C/ICAR INTERMEDIATE 4/5 128 117 112 105

S/SCAR STANDARD 4/5 130 118 115 108

D/FCAR FULL SIZE 5/4 139 126 117 110

E/FWAR STATION WAGON 5/5 149 134 131 128

P/PCAR STATION WAGON 4/5 167 141 136 133

T/FVAR 8 SEATER MINIVAN 5/8 188 165 160 159

Includes: Unlimited kilometers, Damage Cover (DC) for the Hertz vehicle and

Third Party Property (subject to an excess that can be reduced), Vehicle Registration

Recovery (VRR), Administrative Recovery, Government Stamp Duty, Third Party Liability,

Airport Concession Fee recovery (ACFR) and GST@ 10%.

Excludes: Fuel, Renter Protection Service and Young Driver Surcharge and Optional

Extras.

Rates for Northern Territory, South East Queensland, 4WD, Mini Bus

and NeverLost GPS available on request.

GROUP C

Toyota Corolla Sedan or similar

GROUPS B

Toyota Corolla Hatch or similar

GROUP E

Toyota Kluger or similar

General Information

• Hertz will require a deposit to be paid at the rental counter of your pick up location. This covers any

additional costs, such as fuel and optional equipment or services. Hertz accepts all major credit

cards. If the renter does not hold a credit card, they will be required to leave a deposit of a minimum

of A$400 in cash. Cash deposits are only acceptable on specific car classes and at specific locations.

• Minimum driver age in Australia is 21 years on all vehicles except group M where the minimum driving

age is 25 years.

• A Young Driver Surcharge applies to all drivers aged 21-24 years of A$30.25 per rental day to a

maximum charge of A$211.75 per rental. There is no set maximum driving age, however, a medical

certificate is recommended for drivers over 75 years.

• All drivers of the Hertz vehicle must carry a full, current Drivers License that has been held for at least

one year. All drivers must have their names registered, and licence sighted, at your pick up location.

There is no charge for additional drivers.

• Once you have left New Zealand and you wish to make changes to the rental, these changes will be

charged at the local applicable rate and paid direct.

• If you return your vehicle early, there is no refund on the unused days.

• You have a 29-minute grace period after the confirmed drop time, before extra hour charges are

incurred. Extra charges will be at the local applicable rate and paid direct.

• One way rentals are permitted on groups B, C, S, D, E, P & T only. For rentals of 3 days or more

within Metro Regions – no one-way fee will apply. Minimum 1 day hire is available between the

following locations: Brisbane, Surfers Paradise, Coolangatta and Maroochydore. One way fees and

further restrictions will apply if hire includes Northern Territory or Western Australia locations, 4WD or

Mini Bus. Minimum 1 day hire is also available between locations within Tasmania.

Additional Extras

• Child seats are available on request and cost A$16.50 per day, to a maximum of A$82.50 per 30

days and is paid direct to Hertz.

• Additional Extras, such as Baby seats, Reduction of Damage Excess, One-way fees, NeverLost and

Fuel may be subject to Airport Concession Fee Recovery, Administration Recovery and Stamp Duty

charges.

For a full list of terms & conditions please refer to the DTN Australia 2012 Brochure.

Europcar

Europcar Australia is one of Australia’s leading car rental brands, operating a large fleet of quality vehicles, flexible one ways

and a service consistency across a network of over 135 locations throughout Australia. Operating from all major airports and

capital cities as well as many regional and remote locations.

Australia Inclusive Rates

Valid for collections 01 May – 30 Jun 12.

Group

Vehicle or Similar

Doors /

seats

Rates per day

MANUAL TRANSMISSION 1+ 2+ 4+ 7+

ECMR Economy 3/4 113 56 52 49

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION

CDAR Compact 5/5 126 63 58 55

IDAR Intermediate 4/5 138 69 63 60

SDAR Standard 4/5 154 77 70 66

FDAR Full Size 4/5 193 96 85 82

IFDR Intermediate 4X4 5/5 201 100 91 86

FWAR Full Size Wagon 5/5 206 103 93 87

PVAR 8 Seater Minivan 5/8 234 117 106 100

Includes: Unlimited kilometres, Standard Damage Liability Fee (DLF), Third Party

Cover, GST, Administrative fee, 1 Additional driver, License and Fees, Premium

Location (Airport) Surcharge.

Excludes: Fuel, Young Driver Surcharges, One way fees, optional extras,

Windscreen, headlights and tyre protection and LDW liability reduction.

Rates are based on hires 01 May – 30 Jun 12, for hires outside of these dates surcharges apply,

please enquire.

Rates for Northern Territory, Western Australia (excluding Perth), Tasmania, South Australia,

Queensland, Prestige vehicles, large 4WDs and IVARs are available on request.

ECMR

Hyundai i20 or similar

FWAR

Subaru Outback or similar

SDAR

Skoda Octavia or similar

General Information

• On pick up of the vehicle the driver is responsible for a security deposit of A$100. A pre-authorised

credit card imprint will be taken to cover the DLF plus any optional extras. Cash/cheque deposits are

not accepted. Provided the vehicle is returned on time, with a full tank of fuel, to the right location

and undamaged then the credit card will not be charged (with the exception of any optional extras or

optional insurances).

• Where a credit card is used, a merchant fee will apply, currently 1.65% for Visa, MasterCard, American

Express and Diners Card.

• Minimum Driver age is 21 years.

• A Young Driver Surcharge applies to drivers aged 21 – 24 years inclusive of A$30.25 per day payable

direct. Drivers aged 21-24 can not reduce their damage liability on the vehicle. Renters aged 21-24

can only rent vehicles ECMR, CDAR, IDAR, SDAR, IFDR.

• You will be required to present your DTN Drive Holidays exchange voucher, drivers license and

passport in order to collect your vehicle.

• All drivers must carry a full, current drivers license that has been held for at least one year. All drivers

must have their names registered, and license sighted at your pick up location.

• One additional driver is included, any extra drivers will be charged at A$5.50 per day, per driver - max

charge A$27.50.

• Once you have left New Zealand and you wish to make changes to the rental, these changes will be

charged at the local applicable rate and paid direct.

• If you return your vehicle early there can be no refund on unused rental days.

• All additional extras payable direct are subject to PLS, Admin and CC fees. Fees and charges are

subject to change.

Additional Extras

• Child seats cost AUD7.70 per day, to a maximum of AUD77 payable direct at pick up of your vehicle

and although provided by Europcar – must be installed by the driver of the vehicle.

• GPS units are on a request basis only and are at an additional cost of AUD10.95 per day payable

direct at pick up of your vehicle. GPS units may be taken one way with a $25 drop off fee.

For a full list of terms & conditions please refer to the DTN Australia 2012 Brochure.

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Sydney

Welcome to Sydney

Blessed with one of the world’s most beautiful harbours, Sydney has always been an exceptional mix of natural and man-made

attractions. Today, Sydney looks more stunning than ever. The sheer range and quality of dining, nightlife and shopping opportunities

will amaze. The heart of Sydney is its sparkling Harbour - a playground for sailing, swimming, picnicking, fishing and exploring.

Whenever you choose to visit Sydney, the great outdoors is never far away - laze on one of the famous surf beaches, sail on the

Harbour, walk along the foreshore or take the ferry to Manly. To really appreciate the Sydney lifestyle you must go where the locals

go. Each area has a distinct character, from the street fashions of Newtown, the old world charm of The Rocks, the designer chic of

Paddington, fun and games at Darling Harbour or the relaxed harbourside ambience of Watsons Bay. Sydney - its yours to discover.

Events

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Must See & Do

Sydney Festival – January

Australian Open of Surf – February

Mardi Gras – February – March

Greek Festival of Sydney – March – May

The Royal Easter Show – April

Surry Hills Festival – April

Sydney Comedy Festival – April – May

The Sydney Garden & Flower Show – April

Autumn Racing Carnival – April

Australian Fashion Week – May

Sydney Film Festival – June

Good Food & Wine Show – June

City to Surf Fun Run – August

Spring Festival of Flowers – September

Telstra Premiership NRL Grand Final Week – October

Darling Harbour Fiesta – October

Bathurst 1000 – October

Australian International Motor Show – October

Balmain Art & Craft Show – November

Snowy River Festival – November

Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race – December

Sydney Telstra 500 V8 Supercars – December

Go shopping Sydney style – department stores,

boutique shops, malls, markets or factory outlets...

something for everyone.

Have a night out – at the theatre or take in the nightlife.

Experience the fabulous range of dining opportunities

– from cafés and pubs to fine dining options.

Laze on one of the famous surf beaches – Bondi, Manly,

Coogee, Bronte or Cronulla.

Enjoy the many attractions that Sydney has to offer –

Darling Harbour, Aquarium, Zoo, a harbour cruise,

Botanical Gardens.

Indulge your taste – for romance, fine wine or history.

Take a day trip – to the Blue Mountains, Hunter Valley

or Canberra.

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Sightseeing

Sightseeing

See Sydney & Beyond

AttractionS Pass

Make the most of your trip. See more and save with

Sydney’s all-inclusive attractions pass for unlimited

sightseeing, brought to you by iVenture Card.

Choose from over 40 attractions in and around

Sydney for 2, 3 or 7 days. All for one low price! And

up to 50% off. Included attractions:

• Sydney Aquarium • Magistic Harbour Cruise

• Sydney Opera House Guided Tour • Oz Jet

Boating Ride • Wild Life Sydney • Sydney sights and

Bondi Beach Tour • Sydney Tower • Jenolan Caves.

Note: Packages are also available with a transport option, helping you

get around Sydney using public buses, light rail, trains and ferries.

2 day card $189 per adult / $134 per child (4-15 years)

3 day card $230 per adult / $159 per child (4-15 years)

7 day card $329 per adult / $230 per child (4-15 years)

5 In 1 Attraction Pass

The 5 in 1 Attraction pass brought to you by

iVenture Card offers great savings and unbeatable

convenience. With 20 must see attractions and

things to do and savings of up to 50% off

attraction admissions it is simply the smart way

to see what you want when you want with a

validity of 3 months.

Enjoy FREE entry into five unique attractions,

including the famous Sydney Harbour Cruise, the

Sydney Tower, Sydney Aquarium, Sydney Opera

House and Sydney Harbour Bridge Pylon Lookout.

$159 per adult / $109 per child (4-15 years)

Bonza Bike Tours

Sydney Classic Tour

The most popular tour. There is no other experience

in town that shows you as much or entertains you

like the Sydney Classic! Bonza Bike Tours will take

you to all of the iconic sights, and tons of other

sights you may miss on your own. See the Sydney

Opera House, Sydney Harbour, Sydney Harbour

Bridge, Darling Harbour, the Royal Botanic Gardens,

Hyde Park, the ANZAC War Memorial, Chinatown,

Sydney Tower, Parliament House, Queen Victoria

Building, Museum of Contemporary Art, Art Gallery

of NSW and over 30 more great attractions! They’ll

even stop to take in a warm friendly pub as a half

way point on your tour!

$121 per adult / $96 per child (U16 years)

Wine Odyssey

Australia’s most unique Wine

Experience Bar.

Wine Odyssey’s owners scoured the country to find

the best premium Australian wines from the very

best independent, boutique wines for their wine list.

Now you too can experience this amazing journey,

all in the comfort of this heritage-listed wine bar.

• Wine Tasting Theatre: Learn from 6 renowned

winemakers while tasting their premium wines.

• The Aroma Room: 50 different aromas found in

Australian wines are available to experience.

• The Wine Journey Room: Choose from 44

different premium Australian wines available by

the tasting, half glass or full glass amount.

Price based on a basic Wine Journey Room Experience.

$16 per adult

Ultimately Sydney Tours

Inner West Gourmet Tour

Enjoy a crash course on how to make awesome

coffee in your own home. Make an impression

at your next dinner party with the knowledge of

divine European cheese, olive oil and breads.

Discover how the right choice of herbs & spices

can transform a snack into a mouth watering

taste sensation. Of course there would be no

happiness without something sweet or a glass of

Australia’s finest. The finale is a selection of delicious

handmade chocolates & an exciting wine journey.

It is a FOODIES BIG DAY OUT in Sydney! It is the

Ultimate Gourmet Tour!

Departs: 9.00am Returns: 1.00pm

Operates: Wed, Fri & every second Saturday.

$144 per adult

Ultimately Sydney Tours

South Sydney Gourmet Tour

With a Mediterranean/Asian theme, the tour starts

with Lebanese treats. Next it’s on to the Greek

bakery to sample what’s hot in Marrickville that

week before walking a small distance up the road

to the Greek butcher for their fabulous signature

‘Chabi’. Hot or mild the taste is guaranteed to blow

your hair back. BEER is next on the menu. Sydney’s

very own St. Peters Boutique Brewery, produces a

range of popular tastes and distributes to a select

group of pubs and bars in the local area. The finale

is Dumplings in China Town. Get ready for the

culinary journey of your life…!

Departs: 9.00am Returns: 1.00pm

Operates: Tue, Thu & every second Saturday.

$144 per adult

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Sightseeing

AUSTRALIAN WILD ESCAPES small group touring allows you to interact with very knowledgeable guides. It also allows you to get

up close to nature, see wildlife in the wild, avoid other “touristy” destinations and have those “once in a lifetime” unique experiences.

The modern fleet of four wheel drive and two wheel drive vehicles will transport you to your destination in comfort and style.

The Essential Sydney Tour

Discover the Rocks with the convict built cottages,

Observatory Hill for views of Anzac Bridge and

Darling Harbour and cross the magnificent Sydney

Harbour Bridge. Visit the beautiful seaside town

of Manly. Situated in the magnificent botanical

gardens, the Botanical Gardens Pavilion offers

splendid views and splendid food. After lunch,

your tour continues through Woolloomooloo,

Kings Cross, Darling Point, Double Bay, Rose

Bay, Vaucluse and Watsons Bay to Sydney’s most

famous beach, Bondi.

Includes: Hotel pick-up and drop off, café style

lunch, all entries, and comprehensive commentary.

Departs: 9.00am Returns: 3.00pm

Operates daily

$211 per adult / $105 per child (2-12 years)

Blue Mountains High Country Tour

This fantastic ecotour begins in the historical Rocks

area of old Sydney. Heading westwards across the

coastal plains we make our way to the Great Dividing

Range of Australia. It is here we leave the ‘average’

Blue Mountains tourist behind and enter the National

Park to visit ancient Aboriginal sites. Before returning

to Sydney we drop into a hidden valley where we

roam the area, seeking out the many kangaroos that

graze in the wild (conditions permitting).

Includes: Hotel pick-up and drop off, home made

morning tea, buffet barbeque lunch, all park entry

fees and comprehensive commentary.

Departs: 8.00am Returns: 5.30pm

Operates daily

$277 per adult / $138 per child (2-12 years)

Historic Hunter Valley Vintage Tour

The tour visits Ku-ring-gai National Park and the

mighty Hawkesbury River, stopping for a traditional

Aussie morning tea deep in the bush. From Mt View

we descend into the Hunter Valley and begin our

wine tasting at a few of the very special boutique

wineries in the area. At the foothills of the Broken

Back Range, we spend the afternoon visiting some

of the larger vineyards for more superb wine tastings.

Includes: Hotel pick-up and drop off, home made

morning tea, buffet lunch, informative winery tours

and tastings, all park entry fees and comprehensive

commentary.

Departs: 8.00am Returns: 5.30pm

Operates daily

$277 per adult

Taronga Zoo

Come and see why Taronga Zoo is Sydney’s most popular Wildlife Experience! The

journey across Sydney Harbour to Taronga Zoo is simply breathtaking and only 12

minutes by ferry. Nestled in a beautiful harbour side location, the Zoo is recognised

internationally as a Sydney Icon and is a must see part of the Sydney Experience. Travel

to the top of the Zoo by Sky Safari and you will see why Taronga Zoo is affectionately

known as the “Zoo with the View”. Gliding high above the exhibits provides awesome

views of the harbour and city landscape. Come and see the largest collection of

Australian Native and exotic animals in one location. Not to be missed is the world

famous Free Flight Bird Show and amazing Seal Shows. The Taronga Wild Australia

Experience is an exclusive keeper lead tour and the VIP Aussie Gold is a unique guided

tour, both focusing on providing face to face and hands on encounters with Aussie

Animals. A unique “nature experience” overlooking spectacular Sydney Harbour!

Open Daily: 9am - 5pm

$57 per adult / $28 per child (4-15 years)

BridgeClimb Sydney

BridgeClimb provides the ultimate experience of Sydney, with guided Climbs to

the top of the world famous Sydney Harbour Bridge, 134 metres above Sydney

Harbour. Climbers can choose from one of three amazing Climb adventures -

The Express Climb, The Discovery Climb, or The Bridge Climb. All Climbs are

available at Dawn, Day, Twilight and at Night. Offering FREE entry, the Sydney

Harbour Bridge Visitor Centre is open to visitors of all ages who would like to

learn more about Australia’s iconic structure. Those who are short of time in

Sydney, the 2 hour and 15 minute Express Climb has more of BridgeClimb’s

team on hand to assist you with a quicker Climb preparation, making the most

of your time while giving you a maximum Climb experience. You’ll discover the

wonders of the Bridge up close, in a smaller group, before reaching the summit

and experiencing the thrilling views of Sydney.

Note: surcharges apply for weekends, dawn and twilight climbs.

Price based on day Discovery Climb

$258 per adult / $180 per child (10-15 years)

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SIGHTSEEING

Australian Pacific Touring

City Sights, Manly

& Northern Beaches

Travel to Manly Beach for a wonderful stroll along

The Corso. Along the way to Manly, you will view

Darling Harbour and then cross the Sydney Harbour

Bridge. Stop at Milsons Point for spectacular views

of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. You may

choose to upgrade to include a luncheon cruise

to create a perfect end to the day. Conclude your

morning tour at either King Street Wharf or

Circular Quay.

Departs: 8.15am Returns: 11.45am

Operates: Daily (except 25 Dec 12)

$79 per adult / $40 per child (3-14 years)

Canberra Explorer

Journey to Canberra with a morning break at quaint

Berrima. On arrival into Canberra, travel to the

summit of Mt Ainslie for a view of Canberra and

surrounds. Arrive at the Australian War Memorial,

home to an interesting display of war relics. After

lunch (own expense), join a private guided tour of

the National Museum of Australia or the National

Gallery (subject to current exhibits and displays).

Enjoy a private guided tour of Parliament House.

Return to Sydney with a dinner break along the way

(own expense).

Departs: 8.00am Returns: 9.00pm

Operates: Mon, Wed, Fri (except 25 Dec 12)

$183 per adult / $92 per child (3-14 years)

Blue Mountains and

Australian Wildlife

Discover the spectacular Blue Mountains and see

native wildlife whilst you explore World Heritagelisted

Blue Mountains National Park. We stop at

Echo Point, see the famous Three Sisters rock

formation and hear the ancient Aboriginal legends

of this impressive rock formation. Arrive at Scenic

World and join the optional Blue Mountain rides

(own expense). Enjoy an afternoon encounter at

Featherdale Park and have your photo taken with

a cuddly koala, see kangaroos, wombats, dingoes

and cute little fairy penguins.

Departs: 8.15am Returns: 5.45pm

Operates: Daily (except 25 Dec 12)

$158 per adult / $80 per child (3-14 years)

Magnificent Hunter Valley &

Wine Taster

Explore the Hunter Valley and taste award-winning

regional foods and wines. Enjoy private vineyard

inspections and learn of the winemaking process.

Spend your time strolling amongst the vineyards,

purchase some wines, or just enjoy the beautiful

Australian countryside. Enjoy a private wine tasting

experience at world renowned Lindemans. A

delicious two-course luncheon is accompanied by

wine tastings.

Departs: 8.00am Returns: 6.15pm

Operates: Tue, Wed, Fri, Sun (except 06 Apr, 25 Dec 12 & 20 Mar 13)

Sydney Sights with the Works

A thorough introduction to Sydney and its

neighbours. In the morning, you will travel to Manly

to see the beach that made Manly famous. You may

choose to upgrade to include a luncheon cruise or

return to the coach after a two hour break for the

afternoon portion of the tour. In the afternoon, you

will tour through the historic Rocks area and take

in views of the Opera House, Hyde Park, St Mary’s

Cathedral, Parliament House and the Art Gallery.

Stop at the world-famous Bondi Beach and enjoy

the spectacular scenery.

Departs: 8.15am Returns: 5.45pm

Operates: Daily (except 25 Dec 12)

Grand Pacific Drive, Jervis Bay

Dolphins

Travel along the south coast taking in the views

of the South Pacific Ocean. Visit the natural

phenomenon, the Kiama Blowhole. Cruise the

pristine, protected waters of Jervis Bay. See playful

pods of wild dolphins leap and spin from the sea.

Enjoy a cold salad lunch on board your vessel Tekin

III, a purpose built and very stable catamaran. Travel

to picturesque Kangaroo Valley and the towering

sandstone cliffs and valleys of Morton National Park.

Departs: 8.00am Returns: 7.00pm

Operates: Daily (except 25 Dec 12)

$204 per adult / $102 per child (3-14 years)

$154 per adult / $77 per child (3-14 years)

$204 per adult / $102 per child (3-14 years)

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Sightseeing

Sightseeing

SKYWALK

The Best Views

in Sydney!

SKYWALK at the Sydney Tower Eye is a

breathtaking outdoor experience - 268 metres

above the streets of Sydney. Step out onto the

clouds as you venture across the glass-floor viewing

platform for unique 360 degree views over glittering

Sydney as your host points out the sights below.

Open every day from 10am to 8pm

Wild Life Sydney

Journey around Australia on

an all-Aussie animal adventure

at WILD LIFE Sydney. Get up

close to koalas, walk amongst red kangaroos and

eyeball eye-to-eye with Rex, one of the world’s

biggest crocodiles. With a host of other unique

and legendary animals, WILD LIFE Sydney is THE

Australian animal adventure!

Open every day from 9am to 5pm

Sydney

Aquarium

Walk underwater at

Sydney’s #1 attraction!

Walk underwater and discover the world’s largest

collection of all-Australian aquatic life at Sydney

Aquarium. Come face to face with sharks in the

Great Barrier Reef habitat; be delighted by little

penguins; marvel at giant rays; find Nemo in his

coral home and look out for the secretive platypus!

Open every day from 9am to 8pm

$52 per adult / $39 per child (4-15 years)

$31 per adult / $20 per child (4-15 years)

$31 per adult / $20 per child (4-15 years)

Combination Ticket

Access to Sydney’s

must-see attractions

Come face to face with sharks, platypus and giant

rays at Sydney Aquarium. Journey around Australia

on an all-Aussie animal adventure at WILD LIFE

Sydney. Enjoy panoramic 360 degree views at the

Sydney Tower Eye and step onto the clouds at

SKYWALK. Experience the glittering world of fame

at Madame Tussauds Sydney (opens May 2012).

Discover an underwater world through interactive

shows at Oceanworld Manly.

Sydney

Tower Eye

At 250m tall, the Sydney Tower Eye offers

stunning, uninterrupted panoramic 360 degree

views of Sydney and its famous landmarks.

Included in admission, the new 4D Experience is a

groundbreaking 3D film with spectacular in-theatre

effects and a breathtaking fourth dimension that

gives an amazing view of the city.

Open every day from 9am to 10.30pm

Madame Tussauds

Experience the glittering world

of fame for a day at Madame

Tussauds Sydney by starting

your journey on the red carpet

and strike a pose before you arrive at the biggest

celebrity party ever staged. So, who do you want

to meet? (Opens May 2012)

Open every day from 9am to 8pm

Price based on a Combination 2 Ticket (2 attractions)

$52 per adult / $33 per child (4-15 years)

$26 per adult / $20 per child (4-15 years)

$31 per adult / $20 per child (4-15 years)

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Sydney Harbour sightseeing

Captain Cook Cruises

Captain Cook Harbour Cruises

Seafood Buffet Lunch

Unwind, relax and enjoy the splendour of Sydney Harbour as you cruise past

the exclusive Eastern Suburbs, home to Sydney’s rich and famous. The Seafood

lunch buffet features fresh seafood including Sydney Rock Oysters, Ocean King

Prawns, succulent Smoked Salmon and also offers a wide range of non-seafood

and vegetarian items to satisfy every taste. Includes buffet and commentary.

Departs: 12.30pm Returns: 2.20pm

Operates: Daily

$91 per adult / $55 per child (5-14 years)

Sunset Dinner Cruise

Discover the magic of Sydney Harbour at sundown. Combine warm summer

evenings, spring twilight, autumn sunsets and winter city lights with our international

reputation for excellence. Includes 2 course a la carte dining, wine and local beer.

Departs: 5.00pm Returns: 6.30pm

Operates: Daily

$104 per adult / $67 per child (5-14 years)

Top Deck Lunch

Cruise aboard Sydney's flagship MV Sydney 2000. Enjoy stunning views from the

upper deck, superb dining and attentive service. Simply Sydney's best lunch time

venue. Includes 2 course lunch.

Departs: 12.30pm Returns: 2.20pm or 3.45pm (Mon-Fri Low Season 4.30pm)

Operates: Daily

$91 per adult / $55 per child (5-14 years)

Captains Club Dinner Cruise

Sydney’s most elegant way to dine afloat, the Captains Club Dinner is synonymous

with luxurious a la carte dining and a first class service. Dance the night away to

popular tunes from the Captains Club Band and star gaze from our open Star

Deck aboard MV Sydney 2000 Captains Club as the million lights of Sydney

city twinkle in the background. An evening to remember, including 3 course

Contemporary Australian a la carte dining, upper deck seating and entertainment.

Departs: 7.00pm Returns: 9.30pm (Sat High Season 10.30pm)

Operates: Daily

$170 per adult / $109 per child (5-14 years)

Sydney Harbour Coffee Cruise

A must on your "things to do" list for every visitor to Sydney Harbour. Cruising

twice daily to the Main Harbour beaches, marinas & palatial waterfront homes

including commentary and morning or afternoon tea.

Departs: 10.00am and 2.15pm (Low Season 2.30pm)

Operates: Twice daily

$56 per adult / $32 per child (5-14 years)

High Tea At Sea

Our new High Tea At Sea Cruise on the MV Sydney 2000 is an ideal way to take

in the million dollar views of Sydney Harbours Main Harbour sights, while enjoying

a superb selection of savoury & sweet treats, sparkling wine, tea/coffee.

Departs: 2.30pm Returns: 3.45pm (Wed Low Season 4.30pm)

Operates: Wed, Sat

$67 per adult / $43 per child (5-14 years)

All cruises are subject to minimum numbers.

Captain Cook Cruises 2 Night Weekender Cruise

2 Night Sydney Weekender Cruise

Experience Sydney from an extraordinary perspective aboard your own small cruise

ship. MV Captain Cook's Explorer takes you off the beaten track to places only the

locals know and up close to some of the most beautiful and famous aspects of

Sydney Harbour. Regular shore visits include street markets, beautiful gardens and

beachside Watsons Bay. The views are worth the journey alone - a breathtaking

sunset over the sails of Sydney Opera House to sparkling dawn on the cliffs of the

north shore. Evenings on board are a blend of top class food and wine, spectacular

harbour sights, getting to know new friends and enjoying great entertainment.

Cruise Includes:

• Two nights cabin accommodation • All meals, welcome fruit cocktail • 24 hour

self service tea/coffee bar • Use of onboard facilities • Guided foreshore walks,

nightly entertainment • Time for shopping Saturday afternoon

Cruise Excludes:

• Drinks • Personal purchases • Optional tours

Departs: No. 1 King Street Wharf Darling Harbour at 6pm Friday (boarding from 5pm)

Returns: Sunday 3pm

NOTE: Double Bed: a surcharge per room per night applies to all cabins with a double bed. Limited cruise

schedule operates June to August (approximately one departure per month).

Inside Cabin Twin (Bunk Bed) From $609 per person

Inside Cabin Single From

$609 per person

Outside Cabin Twin From

$730 per person

Outside Cabin Single From

$852 per person

EARLY BOOKING DISCOUNT: Book at least 30 days prior to

travel and save 10%.

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Sydney Harbour Tall Ships

Afternoon Tall Ship Discovery Cruise

Sail past the Opera house, fort Denison, under the harbour bridge and enjoy a

real sailing experience on a 1850s style tall ship. If you are in Sydney for a short

time or if you just want to discover our “universe”, this experience is for you. If

you’d like to heave on a rope you can otherwise simply sit back, relax and enjoy

the entertainment provided by our friendly crew. Make sure to bring your camera,

as this is an opportunity of a lifetime; you will love the views of our vibrant city

from our authentic wooden Tall Ship. Your host will provide an informative briefing

on Sydney’s only authentic timber tall ship and her amazing history.

Feature: Discover Sydney Harbour on our authentic tall ship, opportunity to join the crew and

help set sails and great photo opportunities.

Inclusions: Complimentary appetizers

Duration: 1 hour and 15 minutes

Boarding: 15 minutes prior to sailing time

Sailing: 3:45pm to 5:00pm daily

Departs: Campbell’s Cove, The Rocks (Adjacent to the Hyatt Hotel)

Child Policy: Children under 5 years are free of charge (no ticket will be issued)

Ibis Sydney Airport

HHH

Just 1km from Sydney’s International and Domestic Airports. The hotel

offers modern and comfortable accommodation. Ibis is just 15 minutes

drive from the CBD, with the local train station, Mascot, a 5 minute

walk away.

BBQ TALLSHIP EXPERIENCE

Experience the unforgettable thrill of cruising on Sydney Harbour in classic style

and comfort. Departing from Campbells Cove at The Rocks, we set sail for a

glorious BBQ meal. We pass all the iconic landmarks including Sydney Harbour

Bridge, the Opera House, Fort Denison, Garden Island, Taronga Zoo, Luna Park

and Admiralty House. Your host will provide an informative briefing on Sydney’s

only authentic timber tall ship and her amazing history.

If you’d like to heave on a rope you can – otherwise simply sit back, relax and

enjoy the entertainment provided by the crew, all of whom are at your service!

Feature: Two-hour Sydney Harbour BBQ cruise on board a 1922 original tall ship, learn about

the ship and Sydney Harbour, photo opportunities of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Taronga Zoo

and Luna Park

Inclusions: Discover Sydney Harbour on our authentic tall ship, delicious Aussie BBQ buffet

lunch or dinner, opportunity to join the crew and help set sails

Duration: 2 hours

Boarding: 15 minutes prior to sailing time

Lunch Sailing: 11am to 1pm on Sat and Sun only; 1:30pm to 3:30pm daily (except Tuesday)

Dinner Sailing: 5:30pm to 7:30pm daily (except Tuesday)

Departs: Campbell’s Cove, The Rocks (Adjacent to the Hyatt Hotel)

Child Policy: Children under 5 years are free of charge (no ticket will be issued)

$109 per adult / $55 per child (5-14 years) $109 per adult / $55 per child (5-14 years)

from $ 105

TO $ 122

per person per night

Mercure Sydney Airport

HHHH

from $ 120

per person per night

Conveniently located 1km away from both the Domestic and International

Airport and only 10km away from the City Centre. Featuring 271 rooms

and suites, the hotel is situated on the Cooks River, surrounded by

parklands and is located away from any direct flight paths.

SYDNEY HARBOUR SIGHTSEEING & SYDNEY AIRPORT ACCOMMODATION

Property features: Outdoor private parking,

currency exchange services, 100% nonsmoking

hotel, 24 hour front desk, 24 hour

food and beverage, dry cleaning & laundry

service, mini gym.

Room features: Air-conditioning, broadband

internet access, electronic key system, direct

dial telephone, iron & ironing board, radio,

shower, voicemail, tea/coffee making facilities,

ensuite, hairdryer, in-house movies, LCD TV’s,

Foxtel and digital channels, iPod docking

station.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in

existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Standard Twin room: 3

Standard Queen room: 2

Property features: 24 hour reception,

restaurant, bar, outdoor swimming pool,

computer centre, conference facilities,

laundry/dry cleaning service, gym, tennis

courts, room service, parking, non-smoking

rooms.

Room features: Air-conditioning, television,

in-house movies, tea/coffee making facilities,

radio, telephone, alarm clock, hairdryer, iron

& ironing board.

Child policy: Children 0-16 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in

existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Standard Room: 3

Superior King: 3

Family Suite: 4

Executive Suite: 3

205 O’Riordan Street, Mascot (SYD) 20 Levey Street, Wolli Creek (SYD)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.

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The Rocks & Circular Quay Accommodation

Holiday Inn Old Sydney

HHHH

This unique hotel is nestled between Sydney's famous Harbour Bridge

and Opera House, in the historic Rocks area. The hotel is an ideal location

for exploring this historic area of Sydney. Surrounding the hotel is a

cavalcade of Sydney's finest restaurants and attractions.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, room

service, babysitting service, business centre,

disabled facilities, lifts, parking, valet laundry

service, travel desk, luggage storage,

non-smoking rooms, safe deposit, internet

facilities, outdoor pool, spa.

Room features: Bath, shower, hairdryer,

air-conditioning, in-house movies, cable TV,

mini bar, ironing facilities, safe, tea/coffee

making facilities, direct dial telephone, clock/

radio, smoke detectors.

Child policy: Children 0-19 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in

existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Standard Room: 3

Executive Room: 3

King Superior Room: 3

Map reference: Page 42 Number 8

Stay 3 nights and receive full buffet breakfast for two adults

daily (valid 01 May - 30 Sep 12).

from $ 165

TO $ 217

per person per night

55 George Street, Sydney (SYD)

Quay West Suites Sydney

HHHH

Superbly situated in the historic Rocks area, overlooking the harbour,

Opera House, Harbour Bridge and Sydney’s dramatic cityscape. Within

walking distance of major tourist attractions, transport services, shopping

and the Central Business District. Elegant and spacious all-suite

accommodation, all with quality amenities and spectacular views.

from $ 199

TO $ 279

per person per night

Property features: 24 hour reception &

concierge, undercover car parking (charge),

business centre, sunken roman bath style

pool, sauna/spa, gymnasium, outdoor

sundecks, 24 hour room service, restaurant/

bar, conference facilities.

Room features: Air-conditioning, mini bar,

kitchen, microwave, dishwasher, fridge, cable

TV, bath/shower, hairdryer, safe, internet data

point, tea/coffee making facilities, in-house

movies (charge), ironing facilities, laundry.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in

existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

One Bedroom City View Suite: 3

One Bedroom City Deluxe Suite: 3

One Bedroom Harbour View Suite: 3

Two Bedroom Harbour View Suite: 5

Map reference: Page 42 Number 24

Stay 4 nights pay 3 (valid 01 May - 31 Aug 12 in a City View or

City Deluxe Room only).

98 Gloucester Street, The Rocks (SYD)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


Sebel Pier One

HHHH

Sydney's first over water hotel. A spectacular mix of

contemporary design and heritage structure, right

beside the Sydney Harbour Bridge in a old shipping

wharf. Its emphasis on design creates a hotel like no

other, from a glass floored lobby that enables guests

to gaze down into the waters of Sydney Harbour, to

stunning guest rooms with original wooden beams,

steel trusses and contemporary lifestyle furnishings.

from $ 185

TO $ 221

per person per night

The Rocks & Circular Quay Accommodation

Property features: Restaurant, bar, room service, business centre,

disabled facilities, lifts, parking (charge), valet laundry service, travel

desk, luggage storage, non-smoking rooms, safe deposit, internet

facilities, gym.

Room features: Bath, shower, bathrobes, hairdryer, airconditioning,

in-house movies, cable TV, iPod dock, in-room internet

access, fridge, mini bar, ironing facilities, safe, tea/coffee making

facilities, direct dial telephone, desk, clock/radio, sprinkler system.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay free when sharing with

adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Heritage King Room: 2

Heritage King Deluxe Room: 3

Waterside King Room: 2

Waterside King Deluxe Room: 3

Walsh Bay Suite: 3

Sebel Suite: 3

Map reference: Page 42 Number 26

Stay 3 nights and receive an AUD$100

food & beverage voucher.

11 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay, Sydney (SYD)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.

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The Rocks & Circular Quay Accommodation

Radisson Blu Hotel Sydney

HHHH

Superbly situated in the heart of the city and just a short stroll from Circular

Quay, Opera House and Harbour Bridge, this hotel is one of the most

desirable hotels in the city. It is housed within a Heritage building and

has an intimate, boutique style feel to it. A range of leisure facilities are

available including a health club, indoor lap pool, spa and steam room.

The hotel offers two world class restaurants and the elegant bar is an ideal

place to enjoy an evening cocktail. Atrium rooms boast stylish marble

bathrooms with a separate shower. Business Class Lounge guests enjoy

breakfast, all day refreshments and evening drinks & canapés.

Property features: 2 restaurants, bar, room

service, business centre, conference facilities,

disabled facilities, valet parking, valet laundry

service, health club/gym/treatment rooms

and complimentary internet access.

Room features: Hairdryer, air-conditioning,

in-house movies, cable TV, fridge, mini-bar,

tea/coffee facilities, clock/radio, iPod dock

station and 3 phones.

Child policy: : Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Atrium: 3

Premier: 3

Deluxe Room: 3

Business Class: 3

Studio Spa Suite: 3

Map reference: Page 42 Number 25

from $ 167

TO $ 194

per person per night

Stay 4 nights pay 3 OR Stay 3 nights and receive

complimentary full buffet breakfasts for 2 adults daily in

Bistro-Fax (valid in Atrium, Premier, Deluxe, Studio Spa Suite

01 Apr - 29 Dec 12 & 02 Jan - 31 Mar 13).

Shangri-La Hotel Sydney

HHHHH

from $ 192

TO $ 256

per person per night

A landmark in its own right, this hotel is perfectly positioned between

the iconic Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. This is the heart of the

historic Rocks district, home to boutique shopping, vibrant restaurants

and bustling markets. Also within walking distance are the CBD, train and

bus stations, and Circular Quay Ferry Terminal.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, all day

dining, 24 hour room service, business centre,

disabled facilities, lift, valet parking, travel

desk, luggage storage room, safety deposit

boxes, health club, sauna, spa, indoor pool.

Room features: Bath, shower, hairdryer, airconditioning,

in-house movies, cable TV, mini

bar, ironing facilities, safe, tea/coffee making

facilities, internet data port, desk, clock/radio,

Ihome docking stations, Media Hub and

FREE Wi-Fi and internet cables.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay free

when sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Deluxe Darling Harbour/Opera House/

City View Room: 3

Executive Darling Harbour/Opera City/

Grand Harbour View Room: 3

Premier Grand Harbour View Room: 3

Horizon Darling Harbour/Opera House

City View Room: 3

Executive Grand Harbour View Suite: 3

Map reference: Page 42 Number 27

Stay 5 nights pay 4 (valid 01 Apr - 30 Sep 12 in Horizon Darling

Harbour & Horizon Opera House City View Rooms).

27 O’Connell Street, Sydney (SYD) 176 Cumberland Street, The Rocks (SYD)

Ibis Sydney King Street Wharf

HHH

from $ 102

TO $ 119

per person per night

Enjoying pride of place near the waterfront in Sydney’s most desirable

location. Just minutes from the pulsating excitement of Darling Harbour

and surrounded by lively restaurants, bars and cafes. Ibis Sydney King

Street Wharf features 91 modern rooms, with easy access to Sydney

buses, ferries and trains as well as the Sydney Aquarium, Wildlife World,

Imax Theatre, Sydney Showboats, Australian National Maritime Museum

and Circular Quay.

Property features: Restaurant, bar,

babysitting service*, disabled facilities, lifts,

parking*, valet laundry service, travel desk,

luggage storage*, non-smoking rooms,

internet facilities* (*Charges Apply).

Room features: Shower, hairdryer, airconditioning,

in-house movies, cable TV,

fridge, safe, tea/coffee making facilities, direct

dial telephone, internet data point, desk,

clock/radio.

Child policy: Children 0-11 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding (only applies to superior room & for

1 child).

Maximum people per room:

Standard Room: 2

Superior Room: 2

Map reference: Page 42 Number 11

22 Shelley Street (Corner Erskine Street) Sydney (SYD)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


Medina Grand Harbourside

HHHH

Offering a fantastic location at King Street Wharf, Darling Harbour. Enjoy

the best of both worlds with easy access to the central business district

as well as the attractions, restaurants and cafes of King Street Wharf and

Cockle Bay Wharf at Darling Harbour.

Property features: 114 apartments, 6 floors,

restaurant, bar, coffee shop, room service,

business facilities, conference facilities,

disabled facilities, parking, valet laundry, travel

desk, barbecue, health club / gym, sauna,

heated pool.

Room features: Hairdryer, air-conditioning,

cable TV, in-house movies, fridge, kitchenette

(studios), full kitchen (apartments), ironing

facilities, safe, tea /coffee facilities, phone, fax

connection, clock / radio.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in

existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Standard/Premier Studio Apartment: 2

Standard/Premier/Premier View One

Bedroom Apartment: 3

Standard/Premier/Premier View Two

Bedroom Apartment: 5

Map reference: Page 42 Number 14

from $ 176

per person per night

DARLING HARBOUR ACCOMMODATION

Stay 5 nights pay 4 (valid 01 Apr 12 - 30 Sep 12,

01-28 Dec 12, 02-31 Jan 13 in any One Bedroom).

55 Shelley Street, Sydney (SYD)

PARKROYAL DARLING HARBOUR, SYDNEY

HHHH

Located on the city-side of Darling Harbour, the PARKROYAL Darling

Harbour, Sydney offers premium hotel accommodation and conference

facilities within minutes of the city’s most popular attractions and business

districts. Its central location means that many of the hotel’s 345 rooms

enjoy views of Darling Harbour and the nearby landmarks such as Cockle

Bay and King Street Wharf. The hotel features a gymnasium and business

centre, as well as your choice of dining options.

from $ 142

TO $ 179

per person per night

Property features: restaurant, bar, room

service, internet, gym and non smoking hotel.

Room features: Shower, hairdryer, airconditioning,

cable TV, fridge, ironing facilities,

safe, tea/coffee making facilities, telephone.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Standard/Darling Harbour Outlook: 3

Map reference: Page 42 Number 22

Stay 3 nights pay 2 (valid 01 Apr - 30 Sep 12

in a Standard Room only).

150 Day Street, Sydney (SYD)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

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DARLING HARBOUR ACCOMMODATION

Holiday Inn Darling Harbour

HHHH

Opposite the Sydney Entertainment Centre. Close to all amenities and

attractions such as Darling Harbour, Paddy’s Market, The Latin Quarter,

theatres, cinemas, shops and restaurants. Easy access to public transport

including the monorail and light rail systems.

Property features: 346 rooms, 11 floors,

restaurant, bar, room service, business

centre, conference facilities, parking, valet

laundry service, travel desk, health club / gym,

sauna, spa.

Room features: Hairdryer, air-conditioning,

in-house movies, cable TV, video, fridge, mini

bar, ironing facilities, safe, tea / coffee facilities,

phone, clock / radio.

Child policy: Children 0-2 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in

existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Superior Room: 3

Executive Room: 3

Deluxe Room: 2

Family Room: 3 adults or 2 adults and

2 children

Suite: 2

Map reference: Page 42 Number 7

Superior Twin Room

from $ 139

TO $ 161

per person per night

Stay 2 nights and receive full buffet breakfast for two daily

(valid 01 May - 30 Jun 12) or stay 3 nights and receive full

buffet breakfast for two daily (valid 01-30 Apr & 01 Jul 12 -

31 Mar 13).

68 Harbour Street, Darling Harbour, Sydney (SYD)

Four Points by Sheraton Darling Harbour Sydney

HHHH

Four Points by Sheraton, Darling Harbour offers simple comforts and

stellar convenience at the best location in Sydney. Located in Sydney’s

central business district and overlooking Darling Harbour, the hotel is

just a short walk from the major entertainment and shopping districts

including Pitt Street Mall and Queen Victoria Building. The hotel features

contemporary dining, a heritage listed Pub, and a 24-hour fitness centre.

Make the hotel your base for exploring the city. The great location

means proximity to a number of popular tourist spots and major Sydney

attractions, as well as easy access to public transport.

from $ 171

TO $ 215

per person per night

Property features: 630 rooms, 15 floors,

restaurant, bar, room service, business

facilities, conference facilities, disabled

facilities, valet laundry service, gym.

Room features: Air-conditioning, internet

facilities, mini bar, tea/coffee making facilities,

iron/ironing board, hairdryer, in-house movies,

radio, safety deposit box, TV.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in

existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

City Side Room: 2

Harbour View Room: 2

Deluxe Harbour View Room: 3

Map reference: Page 42 Number 5

Stay 3 nights and receive full buffet breakfast for two adults

daily and stay 4 nights pay 3 (offers combinable and valid

01 Apr - 30 Sep, 16-28 Dec 12 & 03-31 Jan 13).

161 Sussex Street, Darling Harbour, Sydney (SYD)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


Ibis Sydney Darling Harbour

HHH

Superbly located on Darling Harbour, steps away from

the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Maritime

Museum and Sydney Aquarium. Guests will also be

delighted to find a variety of restaurants and bars only

a short walk away. Inviting, modern and cosy, with a

comfortable bed and a functional bathroom. The Ibis

room has got everything you need for a pleasant stay.

from $ 116

TO $ 133

per person per night

DARLING HARBOUR ACCOMMODATION

Property features: 256 rooms, 10 floors, restaurant, bar, disabled

facilities, valet laundry service.

Room features: Hairdryer, air-conditioning, in-house movies, TV,

fridge, ironing facilities, tea /coffee facilities, phone, internet facilities,

clock/radio.

Child policy: Children 0-11 years can stay free when sharing with

adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Standard Pyrmont View Room: 2

Harbour View Room: 2

Map reference: Page 42 Number 10

Honeymooners receive a complimentary

bottle of sparkling wine.

70 Murray Street, Sydney (SYD)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

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DARLING HARBOUR ACCOMMODATION

Novotel Rockford Darling Harbour

HHHH

from $ 141

TO $ 159

per person per night

Set amongst the history, colour and excitement of

Sydney’s vibrant CBD, Novotel Rockford Darling

Harbour is a centrally located hotel, offering spacious

accommodation rooms within short walking distance

of popular King St Wharf and Cockle Bay restaurants,

fantastic CBD shopping, attractions in Chinatown and

Darling Harbour and only 15 minutes from the airport.

This contemporary hotel offers a range of services and

facilities including 230 guest rooms, 24-hour Reception,

newly refurbished indoor heated lap pool and heritage

listed Pumphouse Bar and Restaurant specialising

in house brewed, local and international craft beers,

delicious wood-fired pizza and fine food.

Property features: 230 rooms, 8 floors, 2 restaurants, bar, room

service, business centre, conference facilities, disabled facilities,

valet laundry service, gym, indoor lap pool.

Room features: Hairdryer, air-conditioning, in-house movies, cable

TV, fridge, mini bar, ironing facilities, tea / coffee facilities, phone,

internet facilities, desk, clock / radio.

Child policy: Children 0-15 years can stay free when sharing with

adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Standard King Room: 3

Standard Twin Room: 2

Superior/Deluxe Room: 3

Map reference: Page 42 Number 20

Complimentary full buffet breakfast for 2

adults when staying a minimum 3 nights

(not combinable with any other offers).

17 Little Pier Street, Sydney (SYD)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


Oaks Goldsborough Apartments

HHHH

Oaks Goldsborough Apartments, offer central Sydney accommodation

in an architecturally renovated historic landmark building. Situated in the

hub of Darling Harbour and combining the charm and elegance of the

1800’s, with all the modern amenities for your business or leisure stay.

With a magnificent neo-classical facade, original tallow wood floors and

exposed ironbark columns featured throughout the hotel, as well as views

from many of the rooms over the skyline of Sydney and one of its major

attractions, Darling Harbour, Oaks Goldsborough Apartments stands out.

Property features: Indoor swimming pool,

spa, sauna and gym, 24 hour reception, daily

servicing, covered walkway to the Convention

& Exhibition Centre, light rail and mono rail

stations at door.

Room features: Fully equipped kitchens with

microwave and dishwasher, air conditioning,

direct dial telephone, internet access and full

laundry facilities.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Studio: 2

One Bedroom Apartment: 4

Two Bedroom Apartment: 6

Map reference: Page 42 Number 21

from $ 137

TO $ 178

per person per night

DARLING HARBOUR & CBD ACCOMMODATION

Stay 5 nights pay 4 (valid 10 Apr - 09 Jun, 13 Jun - 04 Jul &

10 Jul - 31 Aug 12, Sunday to Thursdays in Studio and One

Bedroom Apartments only).

243 Pyrmont Street, Sydney (SYD)

Medina Grand Sydney

HHHH

from $ 156

per person per night

Superbly located in the city centre this property is only 5 minutes from

Darling Harbour and major retail stores and is surrounded by numerous

restaurants. The hotel has commanding views of Darling Harbour and

the city.

Property features: 144 rooms, 29 floors,

restaurant, coffee shop, room service,

business centre, conference facilities, disabled

facilities, parking, valet laundry service, travel

desk, health club / gym, sauna, indoor pool.

Room features: Hairdryer, balcony / patio,

air-conditioning, in-house movies, cable TV,

fridge, mini bar, kitchenette (studios), full

kitchen (apartments), ironing facilities, phone,

safe, tea / coffee facilities, desk, internet

facilities, clock / radio.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in

existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Standard/Premier Studio Apartment: 2

Standard/Premier One Bedroom

Apartment: 3

Standard/Premier Two Bedroom

Apartment: 5

Premier Three Bedroom Apartment: 7

Map reference: Page 42 Number 15

Stay 5 nights pay 4 (valid 01 Apr - 30 Sep, 01-28 Dec 12 &

02-31 Jan 13 in a One or Two Bedroom Standard or Premier

Apartment).

511 Kent Street, Sydney (SYD)

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CBD ACCOMMODATION

The York by Swiss-Belhotel

HHHH

The York by Swiss-Belhotel is just as centrally located for pleasure as it

is for business. Many of Sydney’s most famous attractions are well within

strolling distance…Sydney Harbour, The Rocks, Darling Harbour and many

more. Enjoy a spa, a swim in our heated outdoor pool or try the gym in

our sixth floor garden oasis. Watch a video, play a CD or enjoy viewing the

various Foxtel channels. The choice is wide and it’s all yours.

Property features: Outdoor heated

swimming pool, fitness centre, Spa & Sauna,

24-hour concierge, business centre & high

speed wireless internet, small meeting

facilities, secure covered parking & car rental.

Room features: All suites are serviced daily,

full kitchen, laundry facilities, lounge/dining

room, air-conditioning, open air balconies,

wireless internet capabilities, video on

demand and IP TV.

Child policy: Children 0 – 11 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Studio Suite: 2

One Bedroom Suite: 3

Two Bedroom Suite: 5

Two Bedroom Ensuite: 5

Two Bedroom Executive: 6

Map reference: Page 42 Number 34

from $ 146

TO $ 325

per person per night

5 York Street, Sydney (SYD)

Fraser suites

HHHH

Fraser Suites Sydney are award winning apartments located in Sydney’s

CBD and next to Darling Harbour. Accommodation comprises Studios,

One and Two Bedroom Deluxe Suites. Design elements throughout are

infused with warmth and modern furnishings evoke a sense of Manhattan

style. The décor is complimented by exceptional amenities including

modern, light filled meeting and function rooms and an inspiring leisure

centre featuring a spa, sauna, pool and gymnasium. Guests can immerse

themselves in a kaleidoscope of shopping, entertainment and restaurants,

with many corporate headquarters within an easy walk.

from $ 167

TO $ 171

per person per night

Property features: Gym, 20 metre heated

lap pool, spa & sauna, 24 reception &

concierge, tour & sightseeing desk, room

service, valet parking, babysitting, business

centre and restaurant (open for breakfast).

Room features: Separate lounge/dining

& kitchen, refrigerator, toaster, electric

kettle, fine bone china, glassware, stainless

steel appliances (except in Studio Suites),

microwave oven, hairdryer, bathrobes,

washing machine and dryer (except in Studio

Suites), iron and ironing board, broadband

Internet, LCD TV, Foxtel, DVD player, IDD with

voicemail, minibar, safe, full length opening

windows and air-conditioning

Child policy: Children 0-11 years can stay

free when sharing with adults using existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Studio: 2

One Bedroom Deluxe Suite: 3

Two Bedroom Deluxe Suite: 5

Map reference: Page 42 Number 6

488 Kent Street, Sydney (SYD)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


The Menzies Sydney

HHHH

from $ 128

TO $ 171

per person per night

CBD ACCOMMODATION

Boasting Sydney’s best location, The Menzies Sydney

is perfectly located in the heart of the city overlooking

Wynyard Park. The Menzies Sydney enjoys an

unbeatable position close to Sydney’s shopping and

business district with famous attractions including the

Sydney Opera House, The Rocks, Sydney Harbour

Bridge, Darling Harbour Precinct and The Royal Botanic

Gardens all a short stroll away. The Menzies Sydney

has the luxury of direct rail access to the airport and

close accessibility to public transport.

Property features: 2 restaurants, 2 cafes, 4 bars, 24 hour front

desk, 24 hour room service, business centre, car parking (charges

apply), concierge, currency exchange, safety deposit boxes at

reception, wheelchair accessible, wireless internet access (charges

apply), spa and sauna, 100% Non-smoking hotel, gymnasium,

indoor heated swimming pool, tourist information desk and

newsagent/souvenir shop.

Room features: 446 Air-conditioned rooms and suites, tea/coffee

making facilities, mini bar, iron/iron board, hairdryer, Wi-Fi Internet

access (charges apply), television, pay-per-view movies,

shower/bath.

Child policy: Children 0-15 years can stay free when sharing with

adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Standard Room: 3

Park View Room: 3

Executive Room: 2

Junior Suite: 3

Deluxe Suite: 3

Map reference: Page 42 Number 32

Honeymooners receive a bottle of

sparkling wine and a late check out of

1pm.

14 Carrington Street, Sydney (SYD)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.

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CBD ACCOMMODATION

Sofitel Sydney Wentworth

HHHHH

Ideally located in the heart of Sydney and only a stroll away from Sydney’s

central shopping precinct as well as the city’s famous attractions such as

the Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge and Royal Botanical Gardens.

Property features: Elegantly appointed

guest rooms and luxurious five star facilities

with a touch of French inspiration. Featuring

Club Sofitel, Lattouf Hair Spa, Elixr Health

Club, French inspired Garden Court

restaurant, Sofitel Lounge bar, concierge

services, parking (charge), business centre,

valet laundry service, shopping arcade, safety

deposit boxes, special access facilities,

babysitting services available (charge), library.

Room features: Air-conditioning, cable TV,

in-house movies, ironing facilities, mini bar,

internet data point, safe, tea/coffee facilities,

direct dial telephone, shower, hairdryer.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in

existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Classic Room: 2

Superior Room/Luxury Room Club

Sofitel/Prestige Suite Club Sofitel: 3

Map reference: Page 42 Number 29

from $ 195

TO $ 205

per person per night

Stay 4 nights pay 3 (valid 01-30 Apr, 01 Jun - 31 Jul,

17-28 Dec 12 & 01-31 Jan 13 in a Classic Room).

61 - 101 Phillip Street, Central Sydney (SYD)

Mantra 2 Bond Street

HHHH

Mantra 2 Bond Street is located in the heart of the Sydney CBD and

prime financial offering sophisticated style and premium facilities. This city

oasis has over 170 spacious Executive Studios, One and Two Bedroom

Apartments, most with stunning Sydney city views. Guests enjoy the Lobby

Café and Bar located within the hotel, or the many multicultural dining

options nearby. For those who have time to indulge, the luxurious rooftop

pool and spa is the ideal spot to relax while watching the world go by.

from $ 170

TO $ 179

per person per night

Property features: 170 rooms, 18 floors,

24-hour reception, concierge, the Lobby Café

& Bar, room service, outdoor pool and spa.

Room features: Air-conditioning, heating,

ironing facilities, kitchen/kitchenette, tea/coffee

making facilities, shower, hairdryer, direct dial

telephone, internet access, cable TV, in-house

movies, stereo, mini bar, alarm clock.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in

existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Executive Studio Apartment: 3

One Bedroom Apartment: 3

One Bedroom Deluxe Apartment: 3

Two Bedroom Apartment: 5

Map reference: Page 42 Number 12

Corner of Bond and George Street, Sydney (SYD)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


Hotel Ibis World Square

HHH

Located in Pitt Street, directly opposite World Square Monorail station.

Within walking distance to Darling Harbour, China Town, Spanish Quarter,

Capitol Theatre, Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre and Hyde Park.

The Hotel Ibis World Square offers modern and compact guest rooms.

Property features: Breakfast room, disabled

facilities, lift, business centre, self service

laundry, valet laundry, travel desk, safety

deposit boxes, gym.

Room features: Air-conditioning, ironing

facilities, radio, direct dial telephone, TV, tea/

coffee making facilities, fridge, hairdryer,

shower, in-house movies, internet data point.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Standard Room: 2

Deluxe Room: 4

Map reference: Page 42 Number 9

from $ 95

TO $ 114

per person per night

CBD ACCOMMODATION

382 - 384 Pitt Street, World Square (SYD)

Metro on Pitt

HHH

from $ 97

TO $ 110

per person per night

Park Regis city centre

HHH

from $ 110

per person per night

Metro Hotel on Pitt offers boutique Sydney accommodation superbly

located for both leisure and corporate traveller’s seeking affordable and

convenient hotel accommodation in Sydney’s CBD. Metro Hotel on Pitt

is within easy walking distance to major tourism landmarks such as

Centrepoint Tower, Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Darling

Harbour, China town, Oxford Street and Hyde Park.

Property features: Restaurant, Bar, key card

access, laundry/dry cleaning service,

complimentary newspaper, smart bar and

internet access.

Room features: Secure key card room

access, air-conditioning, wireless internet,

ensuite, TV with Foxtel, refrigerator, radio &

alarm clock, telephone, tea/coffee making

facilities, iron & ironing board and hairdryer.

Child policy: Children 0-11 years can stay

free when sharing with adults using existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Standard Room: 2

Superior Room: 3

Map reference: Page 42 Number 19

The hotel is centrally located in the heart of Sydney’s CBD only moments

away from the cities dinning and shopping precedent and Hyde Park. Park

Regis City Centre is an ideal place to explore Sydney by foot, allowing

easy access to Darling Harbour, the Rocks, and Sydney Opera House

with Town Hall Station only a 3 minute walk away. The property offers

modern hotels rooms with ensuite bathrooms, large comfortable King or

Queen size beds, LCD TV with cable TV and Wi-Fi internet. The roof top

swimming pool offers breathtaking views over Sydney’s North and South

Head. Daily breakfast is available at the Café located adjacent to the hotel.

Property features: 122 rooms, 10 floors,

scenic top swimming pool, self service

laundry and dry cleaning, parking (charge

applies), 24 hours reception, breakfast

(served at the adjacent café).

Room features: LCD TV, Wi-Fi Internet

(charge applies), tea & coffee facilities,

opening windows, cable TV, air-conditioning,

hairdryer, phone and mini fridge.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults using existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Premier Room: 2

Executive Room: 3

Suite Room: 4

Map reference: Page 42 Number 23

300 Pitt Street, Sydney (SYD)

27 Park Street, Sydney (SYD)

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CBD ACCOMMODATION

Sheraton On The Park

HHHHH

from $ 203

TO $ 222

per person per night

Located in the heart of Sydney, overlooking magnificent

Hyde Park. Surround yourself with the best of Sydney,

and stroll through the centre of Sydney’s retail and

business districts. Hop on the nearby Monorail, and

reach the sites of Darling Harbour in a matter of

minutes, including Sydney Opera House, theatres,

galleries, and Sydney’s Harbour Rocks area. Sheraton

on the Park offers generous size rooms and suites

providing every comfort and convenience for the

discerning guest.

Property features: 24 hour reception, restaurant/bars, tea lounge,

24 hour room service, parking (charge), spa, business facilities,

disabled facilities, heated indoor pool, gym, extensive meeting and

function rooms, health club, Sheraton Club Lounge.

Room features: Air-conditioning, separate bath/shower, hairdryer,

high-speed internet access (charge), in-house movie (charge), mini

bar, ironing facilities, safe, tea/coffee making facilities, direct dial

telephone, bathrobes, cable TV, DVD player, Plasma TV.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay free when sharing with

adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

City Side: 3

Hyde Park View: 3

Executive Club Hyde Park View: 3

Executive Suite: 3

Map reference: Page 42 Number 28

Stay 4 nights pay 3 (valid 01 Apr - 30 Sep,

16-29 Dec 12 & 02-31 Jan 13 in a Hyde

Park View Room, Executive Club Hyde Park

View Room and Executive Suite).

161 Elizabeth Street, Hyde Park (SYD)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


Swissotel Sydney

HHHHH

from $ 150

TO $ 167

per person per night

Swissôtel Sydney is located in the heart of the harbour city, just footsteps

away from Sydney’s premier department store – the newly opened

Westfield Sydney and the famous Pitt St Mall, opposite the historic State

Theatre where musical and cultural events are regularly held. The Sydney

Harbour Bridge, Rocks, Darling Harbour and Sydney Opera House are all

within easy reach of the hotel.

Property features: Swiss Executive Club

Lounge, Restaurant & Bar, spa and fitness

centre, sauna, treatment rooms, heated

outdoor swimming pool, heritage listed

pillarless ballroom and seven function rooms,

business centre, valet car park and disabled

facilities.

Room features: Wireless internet access,

ergonomic work stations, LCD TV and

chargeable Pay TV, telephone, clock radio,

broadband Internet access (chargeable),

minibar, tea & coffee facilities, personal safe,

hair dryer, full size bathtub with separate

shower, Purovel bath amenities and pillow

menu.

Child policy: Children 0-11 years can stay

free when sharing with adults using existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Classic Room: 3; Swiss Advantage

Room: 3; One Bedroom Suite: 3

Map reference: Page 42 Number 30

Mercure Sydney Potts Point

HHHH

from $ 98

per person per night

Mercure Sydney Potts Point is located on the CBD fringe in the heart

of Sydney’s entertainment and dining precinct, with train access to

everything Sydney has to offer. The hotel provides a fresh and modern

feel with comfortable rooms and facilities. Superior Harbourview rooms

offer arguably some of the best sweeping views of the Sydney skyline and

Harbour.

Property features: 24 hour reception, bar,

restaurant, secure parking, room service,

non-smoking rooms, laundry/dry cleaning

service and conference facilities.

Room features: Wi-Fi & broadband internet,

air-conditioning, ensuite, in-house movies,

tea/coffee making facilities, radio/TV, alarm

clock, in-room safes, telephone, hairdryer,

iron & ironing board.

Child policy: Children 0-15 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Standard: 3

Superior Bayview: 3

Superior Harbourview: 3

Map reference: Page 42 Number 17

CBD & kings cross ACCOMMODATION

Stay 4 nights pay 3 (valid 01 Apr - 04 Oct, 19-29 Dec 12 &

02-31 Jan 13 in a Classic Room or Swiss Advantage Room).

Stay 3 nights pay 2 (valid 01 Apr - 31 Oct 12).

68 Market Street, Sydney (SYD)

226 Victoria Street, Sydney (SYD)

Formule 1 Sydney East

HH

from $ 56

per person per night

Located in the heart of lively Kings Cross, only minutes from Kings Cross

train station. The hotel within walking distance to Sydney’s business and

shopping district, St Vincent’s Hospital and major attractions including

Hyde Park, Rushcutters Bay, museums and the Art Gallery, as well as the

excitement of Oxford Street. This simple but functional property offers

comfortable rooms.

Property features: Internet data point,

laundrette, limited paid parking available.

Room features: Air-conditioning, shower,

ironing facilities, TV, daily maid service.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in

existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Standard Room: 4

Family Room: 4

Map reference: Page 42 Number 4

191-201 William Street, Kings Cross (SYD)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

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CBD ACCOMMODATION

Wyndham Vacation Resorts Asia Pacific Sydney

HHHH

Located in central Sydney only one block back from Hyde Park, close

to Sydney’s financial district and within walking distance to a number of

Sydney’s attractions including Darling Harbour, Capitol Theatre, Chinese

Gardens, Cockle Bay, Powerhouse Museum, Paddy’s Market and the

Sydney Entertainment Centre.

Property features: Cafe (open for breakfast

& lunch), convenience store, secure car

parking (charge), 24 hour reception,

gymnasium.

Room features: Air-conditioning, shower,

internet connection (charge), kitchenette,

hairdryer, ironing facilities, tea/coffee making

facilities, microwave, fridge, safe, balcony

(One & Two Bedroom only), in-house movies

(charge), cable TV, mini bar, direct dial phone.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in

existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Studio Apartment: 2

One Bedroom Apartment: 3

Two Bedroom Apartment: 5

Map reference: Page 42 Number 37

from $ 115

per person per night

Corner Wentworth & Goulburn Streets, East Sydney (SYD)

Vibe Sydney

HHHH

from $ 137

per person per night

Vibe Hotel Sydney is a unique hotel offering chic accommodation in

the heart of Sydney. It is perfectly positioned for you to easily discover

Sydney’s vibrant CBD, Surry Hills, Chinatown, World Square and the

downtown entertainment precinct that offers live theatre and music year

round. Sydney’s premier tourist destinations like Darling Harbour and

Hyde Park are only minutes walk away and with public transport on the

doorstep, you are not far from other major attractions.

Property features: 190 guest rooms,

five conference/function rooms, 24 hour

reception, restaurant, bar, mini bar, 24 hour

room service, dry cleaning, pool and sauna,

gymnasium, meeting facilities, Wi-fi in

public areas.

Room features: Individual climate control

air-conditioning, iron, ironing board, hairdryer,

Foxtel and in-room movies, broadband, tea/

coffee making facilities.

Child policy: 1 child 3-11 years can stay free

when sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Deluxe suite: 3

Executive room: 2

Family room: 4

Guest room: 3

Master suite: 3

Map reference: Page 42 Number 36

111 Goulburn Street, Sydney (SYD)

Stay 3 nights pay 2 (valid 01 Jun - 31 Aug 12 in Standard

Room, Executive Room, or Family Room) and stay 4 nights

pay 3 (valid 01 Apr - 31 May, 01-30 Sep, 01-28 Dec 12 and

02-31 Jan 13 in a Standard Room, Executive Room, Family

Room, Deluxe Suite or Master Suite).

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


Travelodge Sydney

HHH

Situated on the edge of the CBD, Travelodge Sydney is perfectly

positioned to explore Sydney. Superb restaurants, theatres, lively

nightclubs and a great range of shops from designer stores to funky

boutiques are within close walking distance. Major attractions including

Darling Harbour, Entertainment Quarter, Sydney Cricket Ground and the

Sydney Football Stadium are all easily accessible, as well as being close

to more family orientated attractions with the Sydney Aquarium and

Sydney Imax Cinemas nearby.

Property features: 406 guest rooms,

breakfast lounge, conference facilities, dry

cleaning, 24 hour reception, luggage storage,

restaurant and bar, three function rooms.

Room features: Individual climate control

air-conditioning, ensuite bathrooms,

kitchenette with microwave, tea/coffee

making facilities, TV with radio, Foxtel &

in-room movies, work desk, electronic

security lock & peephole, voicemail.

Child policy: 1 child 3-11 years can stay free

when sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Standard room: 3

Map reference: Page 42 Number 35

from $ 106

per person per night

CBD & SURRY HILLS ACCOMMODATION

27 Wentworth Avenue, Sydney (SYD)

The Sebel Surry Hills Sydney

HHHH

from $ 119

TO $ 133

per person per night

Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney

HHHH

from $ 178

per person per night

Situated only 200 metres from Central Railway Station and minutes from

the centre of Sydney’s CBD, The Sebel Surry Hills Sydney is perfectly

located for guests to explore the best of what Sydney has to offer. The

Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney Football Stadium, Entertainment Quarter

and Darling Harbour are just some of the attractions found within easy

walking distance and access by bus and light rail. The hotel offers 271

spacious and contemporary accommodation rooms with versatile room

configuration and a vast array of leisure and recreational facilities. The

Sebel Surry Hills Sydney also boasts Australia’s first hotel lobby in-ground

glass aquarium, home to Albie the Japanese Koi fish and his friends.

Property features: 2 Restaurants & Bars,

alfresco coffee shop, 24 hour in-room dining,

business centre, lifts, secure undercover car

parking, valet laundry service, luggage

storage, non-smoking rooms, 15m heated

indoor swimming pool, spa, sauna,

gymnasium, rooftop sundeck, wireless

internet (in lobby).

Room features: King ‘Cloud’ Bed, LCD

television, shower, hairdryer, double sofa

(converts to a sofa bed), air-conditioning,

in-house movies, cable TV, fridge, mini bar,

ironing facilities, in-room safe, tea/coffee

making facilities, direct dial telephone,

broadband Internet, desk, clock/radio.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

beddings.

Maximum people per room:

Superior room/Deluxe room: 4

Studio suite/Deluxe suite: 4

Map reference: Page 42 Number 33

The village atmosphere of Surry Hills offers a number of popular breakfast

and late night dining spots. Stroll along Crown Street to shop at a host

of independent record stores, vintage clothing specialists as well as

great homewares and accessory stores. Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney,

Crown St is also located only minutes from the Entertainment Quarter,

Sydney Football Stadium and the SCG. Fabulous shopping in the CBD or

Westfield Bondi Junction, is only five minutes away.

Property features: 24 hour reception, mini

bar, dry cleaning, car parking (fee), swimming

pool, gymnasium, meeting facilities and

outdoor area.

Room features: Separate lounge/dining/

work area, balconies off most apartments,

fully equipped kitchen, fully equipped laundry,

iron, ironing board & hairdryer, individual

climate control air-conditioning, stereo with

CD player, in-room movies (fee), free Foxtel,

broadband, voicemail and in-room safe.

Child policy: Children 0-11 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Standard/City View One Bedroom

Apartment: 3

Standard/City View Two Bedroom

Apartment: 5

Map reference: Page 42 Number 1

Stay 4 consecutive nights and receive full breakfast daily

(valid 01 Apr - 31 Aug 12).

28 Albion Street, Surry Hills (SYD) 359 Crown Street, Surry Hills (SYD)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

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CBD & Entertainment District ACCOMMODATION

Metro Hotel Sydney Central

HHH

from $ 93

TO $ 102

per person per night

Metro Hotel Sydney Central is just minutes away from Sydney

attractions Darling Harbour, Cockle Bay Wharf, Star City Casino, Sydney

Entertainment Centre, Paddy’s Markets and the city’s dining and cinema

districts. Located on the corner of Pitt and Campbell Streets directly

opposite the Capitol Theatre, Metro Hotel Sydney Central is a short walk

for business guests to all major corporate and government offices.

Property features: Restaurant, Bar, rooftop

swimming pool, laundry/dry cleaning service,

complimentary newspapers, vending machine

and wireless internet.

Room features: Secure key card room

access, air-conditioning, wireless internet,

ensuite, TV with Foxtel, refrigerator, radio &

alarm clock, telephone, tea/coffee making

facilities, iron & ironing board and hairdryer.

Child policy: Children 0-11 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Standard/Superior Room: 3

Map reference: Page 42 Number 18

Citigate Central

HHH

Citigate Central Sydney a comfortable, contemporary hotel located

in vibrant Sydney. The hotel is ideally located within walking distance

to Darling Harbour, Cockle Bay Wharf, Central Station, shopping and

entertainment precincts. The heritage listed hotel boasts 255 well

appointed accommodation rooms. Field House Restaurant and Bar is

open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, offering guests an array of

menu selections to satisfy every taste bud. The hotel also features rooftop

swimming pool and garden area, gymnasium and car parking.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, café,

room service, business centre, lifts, parking,

valet laundry service, travel desk, luggage

storage, non-smoking rooms, safe deposit,

wireless internet, gym, outdoor pool, spa.

Room features: Bath, shower, hairdryer,

air-conditioning, in-house movies, cable TV,

fridge, mini bar, ironing facilities, safe, tea/

coffee making facilities, direct dial telephone,

wireless internet, desk, clock/radio,

smoke detectors.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in

existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Citigate Twin/Queen Room: 3

Citigate King Room: 3

Map reference: Page 42 Number 3

from $ 121

TO $ 133

per person per night

Stay 3 nights receive an AUD$60 food and beverage voucher

(valid 01 Apr - 31 Aug 12 & 16 Dec 12 - 31 Jan 13).

431-439 Pitt Street, Sydney (SYD)

169-179 Thomas Street, Sydney (SYD)

Medina Executive Sydney Central

HHHH

from $ 146

per person per night

Medina has magnificently restored this heritage listed Sydney landmark,

formerly the Parcel Post Building, to the Medina Executive Sydney Central.

Superbly located at Central Station, this property has unrivalled access to

transport and is connected to a shopping, café and restaurant plaza with

exciting retail shops.

Property features: 98 apartments, 6 floors,

restaurant, bar, coffee shop, room service,

conference facilities, parking, valet laundry

service, barbecue, health club / gym, sauna,

spa, outdoor heated pool.

Room features: Hairdryer, air-conditioning,

in-house movies, CD / stereo, mini

bar, kitchenette (Studios), full kitchen

(Apartments), ironing facilities, safe,

tea / coffee facilities, phone, internet facilities.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in

existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Standard Studio Apartment: 2

Standard One Bedroom Apartment: 3

Premier One Bedroom Apartment: 3

Premier One Bedroom Loft Apartment: 3

Standard Two Bedroom Apartment: 5

Map reference: Page 42 Number 13

Stay 5 nights pay 4 (valid 01 Apr - 30 Sep, 01-28 Dec 12 &

02-31 Jan 13 in a One Bedroom Standard or Premier or a Two

Bedroom Standard Apartment).

2 Lee Street, Haymarket, Sydney (SYD)

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BreakFree On George

HHH

At the very heart of Sydney’s vibrant entertainment

district, this property offers stylish, affordable

accommodation a short stroll from many inner city

attractions. Offering 160 Studios, One and Two

Bedroom Apartments with broadband, movies and

selected Foxtel channels, BreakFree on George also

has the convenience of the on-site Restaurant Chilli

& Spicy, open 7 days for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Close to Capital Square Train Station, only 35 minutes

from Sydney Airport, the hotel is within easy reach

of Chinatown, Darling Harbour and Star City Casino,

Circular Quay and city shopping outlets.

Property features: Parking available nearby (charge), self service

laundry, shops surrounding, valet laundry service, restaurant,

24 hour reception, limited room service.

Room features: Air-conditioning, bath/shower, hairdryer, in-house

movies (charge), cable TV, fridge, microwave, ironing facilities, direct

dial telephone, internet access, tea/coffee making facilities. Studios

& One Bedroom - all above plus: kitchenette, balcony (in some).

Two Bedroom - all above plus: dishwasher (some), balcony (some),

full kitchen (some), laundry (some).

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay free when sharing with

adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Studio Apartment: 3

One Bedroom Apartment: 3

Two Bedroom Apartment: 5

Two Bedroom Open Plan Suite: 5

Map reference: Page 42 Number 2

From $ 109

TO $ 121

per person per night

CBD & Entertainment District ACCOMMODATION

653 George Street, Sydney (SYD)

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CBD & Entertainment District ACCOMMODATION

Mercure Hotel Sydney

HHHH

Located right in the heart of Sydney’s entertainment district, next to

Central Station and within easy walking distance to local attractions

including Darling Harbour, Cockle Bay Wharf, Chinatown, Sydney

Entertainment Centre and the Capitol Theatre. Mercure Sydney’s

convenient location is the perfect place from which to explore Sydney’s

major attractions, making it the perfect choice when travelling for both

business and leisure.

Property features: 517 rooms, 15 floors,

1 restaurant, 2 bars, 24 hour room service,

concierge and reception, souvenir/

convenience store, conference facilities,

disabled facilities, valet laundry service,

travel desk, roof top gym, sauna, indoor

rooftop pool.

Room features: Hairdryer, air-conditioning,

in-house movies, flat screen LCD TV, cable

TV, fridge, ironing facilities, safe, tea/coffee

facilities, phone, internet facilities, desk,

clock/radio.

Child policy: Children 0-15 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in

existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Standard Twin: 2

Standard Queen: 2

Standard Double: 2

Standard City Twin: 2

Standard City Double: 2

Map reference: Page 42 Number 16

Stay 4 nights pay 3 (valid 01 Jun - 31 Aug 12).

from $ 116

TO $ 134

per person per night

818-820 George Street, Sydney (SYD)

The Marque Hotel

HHH

A sophisticated, contemporary hotel experience in the heart of Sydney

city is The Marque Sydney. Recently renovated and refurbished, modern

décor and clean simple lines are complimented by sophisticated, attentive

service. With 116 rooms and suites on offer, The Marque Hotel Sydney

offers a truly personal, intimate hotel experience.

from $ 100

TO $ 111

per person per night

Property features: Rooftop pool lounge and

sun deck, sauna, guest laundry and valet

service, 24 hour reception, Script Restaurant

and Lounge Bar and secure on-site parking.

Room features: Broadband internet access,

I-Pod docking station, work desk, cordless

phone, flat screen TV, mini bar, iron &

Ironing board.

Child policy: Children 0-11 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Premier Room: 3

Map reference: Page 42 Number 31

Stay 5 and pay 4 (valid 01 Apr - 30 Sep 12 & 03-28 Jan 13 in a

Premier Room).

Cnr George and Quay Streets, Sydney (SYD)

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Sydney beaches

MANLY

Nestled between a tranquil inner-harbour beach on one

side and a popular Pacific Ocean surf beach on the other,

Manly combines a laid-back attitude with a sophisticated

dining scene and stylish shopping. Only 15 minutes from

north of Sydney CBD by Fastferry or 30 minutes by

standard ferry, Manly is the perfect beach for the whole

family with a netted ocean pool.

BONDI BEACH

Bondi Beach has a style all its own. The promenade at the

back of the beach is a favourite track for joggers and roller

bladers while Campbell Parade is a popular grazing

ground with Sydney’s cafe society. Book in for a surf

lesson or head to an oceanfront bar or restaurant. Bondi is

only 30 minutes east of Sydney CBD by public transport.

COOGEE BEACH

With a shimmering beach, magnificent coastal walk and a

protected Marine Reserve that attracts snorkellers and

scuba divers, Coogee sums up the classic Sydney surf

scene. It’s a haven for families, couples and travellers

alike. Coogee is one of Sydney’s most popular beaches

and is only 8km south-east of the city centre.

Novotel Sydney Manly Pacific

HHHH

Novotel Sydney Manly Pacific is nestled perfectly to enjoy the very best

of the Australian lifestyle. Located directly opposite Manly Beach and only

15 minute from Sydney’s CBD by Fastferry or a leisurely 30 minutes via

standard ferry.

Property features: Zali’s Restaurant, 3 bars,

disabled facilities, onsite parking, same day

dry cleaning, DIY laundry, internet facilities,

fitness room, rooftop pool & spa, 24 hour

reception.

Room features: all Ocean View Rooms

offer balconies, most Standard Rooms offer

balconies, air-conditioning, hairdryer, pay-tv,

mini bar, ironing facilities, complimentary tea/

coffee making facilities, wakeup calls, in-room

dining options with healthy eating menu.

Child policy: Children 0-15 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Standard Room: 3

Ocean View Room: 3

55 North Steyne, Manly (SYD)

Ocean View Room

from $ 134

TO $ 159

per person per night

Stay 5 nights pay 4 (valid 01 Apr - 30 Sep 12 in a Standard

Room).

Welcome to Sydney Beaches

Swiss-Grand Resort & Spa,

Bondi Beach

HHHH

from $ 136

TO $ 248

per person per night

Crowne Plaza Coogee Beach

HHHH

from $ 134

TO $ 192

per person per night

The Swiss-Grand Resort & Spa is located opposite the iconic Bondi

Beach. Our 203 suites make it ideal for a holiday or business trip with

extensive conference facilities for up to 430 people. The Hotel is 15

minutes from the city and 25 minutes from the Airport.

This hotel is located on Coogee Beach with panoramic views of the

Pacific Ocean. Surrounded by one of the East Coast’s most breathtaking

beaches and headlands, it embraces a relaxed, casual setting and is only

a short drive to downtown Sydney.

Property features: 203 suites, 3 floors,

restaurant, 2 bars, coffee shop, 24 hour room

service, laundry and dry cleaning service, day

spa, disabled facilities, lifts, parking, business

centre, internet facilities, health club/gym,

children’s pool, indoor and outdoor pool with

180° views of the beach and outdoor spa.

Room features: Separate bath/shower,

hairdryer, air-conditioning, separate lounge

area, in-house movies, cable TV, CD/stereo,

fridge, ironing facilities, safe, tea/coffee

facilities, phone, clock/radio and many rooms

have balconies.

Child policy: Children 0-14 years can stay free

when sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Superior/Deluxe Ocean View Suite: 3

Executive Ocean View Suite: 3

Junior Twin/Junior King Suite: 3

Property features: Restaurant, bar, room

service, business centre, disabled facilities,

lifts, parking, luggage storage, internet

facilities, safe deposit available, gym,

massage, outdoor pool.

Room features: Bath/shower, hairdryer, airconditioning,

in-house movies, cable TV,

mini bar, ironing facilities, safe, tea/coffee

facilities, direct dial phone, internet data point,

desk, clock/radio.

Child policy: Children 0-19 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Coogee Beach View Room: 3

Coogee Village View Room: 3

Stay 4 nights pay 3 (valid 22 Apr - 20 Sep 12 in a Junior Suite).

Stay 3 nights pay 2 (valid 01 May - 30 Sep & 13 Dec 12 - 13

Jan 13).

Corners of Beach Road and Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach (SYD)

242 Arden Street, Coogee (SYD)

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Welcome to The Hunter Valley

Welcome to The Hunter Valley

For the wine gourmet or romantic at heart, there is nothing more enticing than taking the three hour scenic drive north from

Sydney to the Hunter Valley. The Hunter is the place to go for peace and quiet and also lends itself to active holidays with

horseriding and ballooning. This region is a place where you can discover exciting new tastes and experiences. Great wines,

gourmet food, superb restaurants and cafes, rustic cottages and luxury resorts. You’ll find colonial townships, rich farming

country, rugged National Parks, outstanding surf beaches and sparkling lakes and rivers.

Cessnock is the gateway to Hunter Valley Wine Country. Today, the hills around

Cessnock and Pokolbin are a mecca for food and wine enthusiasts.

The Hunter - come and enjoy the experience!

Must See & Do

Events

Scone & Upper Hunter Horse Festival – May

Lovedale Long Lunch – May

Hunter Valley Harvest Festival – May – June

Wineries – The Hunter Valley is Australia’s oldest and most

well known wine region. With over 120 wineries you will find

world class Hunter Valley Semillon, great Australian Shiraz

and generations of family winemakers ready to tell their story!

Play Golf – world class golf courses. Stroll along the green

and feel yourself relax as the scents of wine country float

through the air!

Taste Local Fare – sure to please the taste buds!

Handcrafted cheeses in Pokolbin, Olive Oil and Olives or

maybe partake in gourmet cooking lessons at one of the

wineries.

Hunter Valley Gardens – located in the heart of the

Hunter vineyards at the foothills of the Brokenback Ranges.

Spanning over 60 acres, be amazed by sensational sights,

colours and fragrances of the twelve feature gardens.

Leisure inn pokolbin hill

HHH

Leisure Inn Pokolbin Hill is a picturesque retreat set on 25 acres of tranquillity

in the heart of the Hunter Valley Wine Country only a 2½ hours drive away

from Sydney. With many cellar doors and attractions such as Hunter Valley

Gardens within easy strolling distance, the hotel is an ideal place to base

yourself to explore the Hunter Valley Wine county. All rooms have private

patios, which are ideal to relax and enjoy the Brokenback Mountain range

you might even enjoy a visit from the local native fauna and birdlife.

Property features: Outdoor swimming pool, spa, tennis court, BBQ facilities, kids room,

giant chess board, self service laundry, parking, restaurant, tour desk and Movie library.

Room features: LCD TV, Wi-Fi Internet (charge applies), tea & coffee facilities, terrace,

kitchen facilities (excluding studio), reverse cycle air-conditioning, hairdryer, phone, spa

bath and DVD player.

Child policy: Children 0–12 years can stay free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Studio: 2; One Bedroom: 4; Two Bedroom: 6

from $ 102

TO $ 122

per person per night

Stay 3 nights and receive 2 bottles of Hunter Valley Wine in

the room on arrival. Stay 5 nights and receive 2 bottles of

Hunter Valley Wine and a cheese platter in the room on arrival

(valid 01 Apr - 27 Sep 12).

Cnr Broke and McDonalds Road, Sydney (HTV)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


CrownE Plaza Hunter Valley

HHHH

Located in the heart of Australia’s oldest wine region, offering luxury

accommodation with lush vineyards and scenic golf course greens on

our doorstep. The hotel is only 2 hours drive north of Sydney making it

an ideal location for a weekend escape, family holiday, wedding venue

or conference. The hotel provides extensive leisure facilities whether you

are seeking a relaxing break, an adventurous holiday or family getaway.

The child-friendly resort also boasts the only complimentary and full

supervised Kids Club in the Hunter Valley region.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, room service, parking, self service and valet laundry,

travel desk, luggage storage, internet facilities, kids club, golf course, gym, outdoor pool,

day spa.

Room features: Bath, shower, bathrobes, hairdryer, air-conditioning, in-house movies,

Cable TV, fridge, mini bar, kitchenette (2 and 3 Bedroom Villas), ironing facilities, safe, tea/

coffee facilities, direct dial telephone, internet data point, desk, clock/radio.

Child policy: Children 0-19 years can stay free when sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Deluxe Room: 3; 2 Bedroom Villa: 4; 3 Bedroom Villa: 6

Stay 3 nights pay 2 (valid 01 Dec 12 - 31 Jan 13).

430 Wine Country Drive, Lovedale (HTV)

from $ 122

TO $ 134

per person per night

Hunter Valley Accommodation

Mercure resort hunter valley

HHHH

Located in the heart of the Hunter Valley and walking distance to 5 cellar

doors, Hunter Valley display gardens, concert venues and restaurants.

Mercure Resort Hunter Valley Gardens offers an indulgent selection of

accommodation designed to allow guests to enjoy the ambience of

relaxed luxury. Each room is beautifully appointed and opens out to a

private balcony or courtyard, taking in the wonderful Valley views and

magnificent gardens surrounding the property.

Property features: Pool, bicycle hire, room service, spa and sauna, change rooms, 24

hour reception, two tennis courts, cocktail bar, display gardens, library/lounge area, dry

cleaning, shopping village, child minding available, Endota Day Spa and onsite gym and

health club.

Room features: Wireless internet, courtyard or balcony, flat screen TV with Austar and

recently renovated bathrooms.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay free when sharing with adults in existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Studio/Deluxe Room: 2

from $ 104

TO $ 183

per person per night

Bottle of Hunter Valley Wine on arrival (1 bottle per booking).

2090 Broke Road, Pokolbin (HTV)

Peppers Guest House

HHHH

from $ 216

per person per night

Encapsulating all the charm and hospitality of Hunter wine country,

Peppers Guest House has a delightfully relaxed atmosphere, friendly

service and exceptional food and wine. Set in manicured gardens in the

heart of the Hunter Valley vineyards, this distinguished sandstone retreat

has 48 elegant boutique rooms, providing the perfect base to explore the

world famous region.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, babysitting service, business centre, parking, valet

laundry service, travel desk, luggage storage, barbeque, indoor pool, spa, tennis court.

Room features: Bath, shower, bathrobes, hairdryer, air-conditioning, cable TV, mini bar,

ironing facilities, tea/coffee making facilities, direct dial telephone, clock/radio.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Classic/Vintage: 3

Ekerts Road, Pokolbin (HTV)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.

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Welcome to The Blue Mountains

Welcome to The

Blue Mountains

Indulge your taste for romance, absorb the clear mountain

air, walk through bushland or just relax in front of a

roaring log fire. This World Heritage Listed National Park

is located less than two hours drive from Sydney and

offers a natural wonderland of untamed bush, spectacular

rock formations and native wildlife. In the Blue Mountains

region, luxury, tradition and a stunning natural

environment combine to produce the perfect holiday.

Escape, explore and experience the Blue Mountains!

Must See & Do

Jenolan Caves – World Heritage listed! Underground

rivers and spectacular formations, Jenolan is among the

finest and oldest cave systems in the world.

Scenic World – Scenic Railway, Scenic Skywalk, Coal

Mine Exhibition, Scenic Cableway and Scenic Skyway!

Offering a range of experiences – open daily.

Blue Mountains Chocolate Company – the finest

chocolate handcrafted by European Chocolatiers. Enjoy

lunch in the café or enjoy an indulgent afternoon tea!

Explore The Outdoors – walking, abseiling, horse riding

and more. And why not enjoy a coffee whilst relaxing in

one of the many small village cafes.

Fairmont Resort

HHH

from $ 110

TO $ 146

per person per night

Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa

HHHHH Luxury Experience

from $ 951

per person per night

A unique property located in the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains

on the edge of the awe inspiring Jamison Valley, just a 90 minute

drive from Sydney. The Resort features 210 accommodation rooms,

unparalleled conference facilities and an extensive array of leisure &

dining experiences.

Experience the breathtaking beauty of Australia’s natural landscape at

Emirates’ Conservation led Wolgan Valley Resort & Spa, located in the

Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, less than three hours drive

from Sydney. Set within its own 4,000 acre private conservation and

wildlife reserve, this secluded resort features 40 individual suites, each

having its own swimming pool.

Property features: 24 hour reception,

restaurant, bar, indoor & outdoor swimming

pool, golf course nearby, gym, sauna, tennis

& squash courts, conference facilities,

laundry/dry cleaning services, room service,

complimentary parking, 100% non-smoking

hotel.

Room features: Air-conditioning, flat screen

television, in-house movies, tea/coffee making

facilities, telephone, mini-bar, hairdryer,

iron & ironing board, in-room safe, ensuite

bathroom, Wi-Fi internet access.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Standard/Superior Room: 4

Deluxe room: 2

Luxury Suite: 2

Stay 2 nights receive complimentary breakfast. Honeymooners

receive a complimentary room upgrade (subject to availability

on arrival) and a bottle of sparkling wine on arrival.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, 24 hour

reception and room service, gift shop, beauty

salon, day spa, business centre, disabled

facilities, lift, parking, wireless internet, activities

program, barbeque, gym, horse riding, sauna,

steam room, tennis court, guided tours, private

picnics, conference facilities.

Room features: Bath, shower, bathrobes,

hairdryer, balcony, air-conditioning, courtyard

garden, dressing room, separate lounge

and bedroom, central air-conditioning, LCD

TV, DVD, iPod/iPhone dock, two mountain

bicycles, ceiling fan, in-house movies, cable

TV, mini bar, ironing facilities, safe, tea/coffee

making facilities, direct dial telephone, desk,

clock/radio, double sided fireplace, swimming

pool.

Child policy: Recommended for children

over the age of 8, however facilities are

available for younger children.

Maximum people per room:

Heritage Suite: 2; Wolgan Suite: 6;

Wollemi Suite: 5

Honeymooners receive a complimentary bottle of sparkling

wine on arrival.

1 Sublime Point Road, Leura (BMN)

Wolgan Valley Road, Wolgan Valley (BMN)

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Welcome to Canberra

Canberra is Australia’s capital and a 30 minute flight or a

comfortable 3 hour drive from Sydney. A modern city set

within extensive parks and gardens, the nations capital is

the home of the Australian Story. Discover national

attractions which house Australia’s shared history, culture,

flora, art, knowledge, law and identity. The climate and

geography nourishes excellent food and wine which you

can enjoy in stylish restaurants, cafes, bars and shops.

With a bustling calendar of events, festivals, exhibitions

and tours, Canberra is full of unexpected delights for you

to explore.

Must See & Do

Australian Institute Of Sport – take a tour with an

elite athlete.

Visit The New Zealand Memorial – feel the courage of

our ANZACS.

Wineries – see yourself among the vineyards! Taste cool

climate wines whilst visiting cellar doors in the peaceful

rural countryside.

Canberra Museum and Gallery – showcasing visual arts

and social history. Exhibitions explore Canberra’s cultural

and social issues and possibilities for the future.

Welcome to Canberra

Novotel Canberra

HHHH

from $ 141

TO $ 153

per person per night

Mantra on Northbourne

HHHH

from $ 103

TO $ 170

per person per night

Situated in one of the cities best locations, walking distance to Canberra’s

main business, shopping and retail precinct and close to all the major

attractions. Winner of the 2010 AHA awards for Superior accommodation,

Novotel Canberra features modern and contemporary rooms, excellent on

site recreational facilities and a superb restaurant and wine bar.

Modern furnishings and stylish décor combined with high quality hotel

facilities and services make Mantra on Northbourne the perfect choice for

your stay. Located within 5 minutes walk of Canberra’s CBD and within 10

minutes drive from Canberra Airport, guests will enjoy the close proximity to

city shopping, restaurant and café precincts, the thriving business hub and

a number of the Capital’s tourist attractions.

Property features: Heated indoor pool, spa,

sauna, In-Balance fitness centre, One Bar

and Restaurant, 24 hour reception, foreign

exchange, concierge and guest relations

services.

Room features: Bath, shower, hairdryer,

air-conditioning, in-house movies, LCD TV,

fridge, mini bar, ironing facilities, safe, tea/

coffee making facilities, cordless phones,

internet data point, work desk, clock/radio.

Child policy: Children 0-16 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Standard Room: 2 adults and 2 children

Executive Room: 3 adults or 2 adults and

2 children

Property features: 24-hour reception,

foreign exchange desk, indoor heated

swimming pool, fully-equipped gymnasium

& sauna, Zipprestaurantbar, 24-hour room

service, undercover car parking, same day

laundry service, business services, safety

deposit boxes, multilingual staff, daily

housekeeping, baby sitting service (fee).

Room features: Lounge and dining area

(1 & 2 bedroom apartments only), fullyequipped

kitchen with full size refrigerator and

dishwasher (1 & 2 bedroom apartments only),

laundry facilities (1 & 2 bedroom apartments

only), ironing facilities, ISD/STD direct dial

phones and voice mail, in-room internet

broadband access, individually controlled

air-conditioning, pay movies, mini bar, tea

and coffee making facilities, hairdryer and

exclusive toiletries.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Hotel Room: 3

One Bedroom Apartment: 4

Premier Suite: 4

Two Bedroom Apartment: 6

Two Bedroom Premier Suite: 6

65 Northbourne Avenue, Canberra (CBR) 84 Northbourne Ave, Canberra (CBR)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

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Welcome to The North & Central Coast

Welcome to The North

& Central Coast

Stretching from Myall Lakes to Coffs Harbour and inland

to Dorringo. Head to one of the popular coastal meccas

such as Port Macquarie or Coffs Harbour, or explore one

of the regions stunning national parks. You are bound to

find a perfect holiday escape. For sheer beauty it is

difficult to surpass the golden beaches which dot the

coastline. Forster, Old Bar, Harrington, Laurieton,

Crescent Head, South West Rocks and Nambucca Heads

are some of the best known, but there are many more

remote coves and inlets scattered along the coast waiting

for you to discover them.

Must See & Do

Explore The Spectacular Beaches – rugged cliff faces, rock

platforms and secluded bays to be found around every corner!

Over 30 beaches to choose from offering everything from café

culture at Terrigal Beach to the family friendly atmosphere at

The Entrance Beach and the calm views from Ettalong Beach.

Visit The National Parks – the region covers diverse

landscapes from stunning coastline and mountain ranges to

forests and cultural sites.

Treetop Adventure Park – a unique experience high in the

trees. Slide down flying foxes and move from tree to tree on

suspension bridges up to 15 metres above the forest floor!

Pelican Feeding At The Entrance – the Central Coast’s

most popular tourist attraction!

Australian Reptile Park – the fun Zoo with bite!

Established as a sanctuary in 1948 by Australia’s first

naturalist Eric Worrell.

Mercure Kooindah Waters

HHHH

from $ 92

per person per night

Located on the beautiful Central Coast of NSW, only 90 minutes north

of Sydney’s CBD, Mercure Kooindah Waters offers an all inclusive venue

featuring an 18-hole championship standard golf course, endota day spa,

Karinyas Restaurant and Wine Bar and a host of leisure activities on site.

The resort offers spectacular views across the golf course and surrounding

wetlands and is close to a multitude of attractions including TreeTop

Adventure Park and Yarramalong and Dooralong Valleys.

Property features: 24 hour reception,

restaurant and wine bar, outdoor swimming

pool, indoor swimming pool, spa, sauna,

gym, tennis courts, conference facilities, 18

hole golf course, day spa, room service,

parking, Wi-Fi internet access.

Room features: Air-conditioning, television,

in-house movies, tea/coffee making facilities,

radio, telephone, alarm clock, hairdryer, iron

& ironing board, Wi-Fi internet access, some

rooms have full kitchen and laundry facilities.

Child policy: Children 0-16 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Standard King Room: 2

One Bedroom Apartment: 3

Two Bedroom Apartment: 5

Three Bedroom Apartment: 7

Includes full buffet breakfast daily.

40 Kooindah Boulevard, Wyong (GOS)

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Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


Peppers Anchorage

HHHH

Offering luxurious seaside accommodation on the shores of idyllic Port

Stephens, Peppers Anchorage is the perfect destination for an intimate

hideaway with an elegantly nautical feel. Overlooking sparkling seas or the

marina, with a backdrop of rugged bush land. Designed with relaxation in

mind, the tranquil surroundings of Peppers Anchorage make this the place

to indulge your senses from pampering spa treatments to delicious food

and wine at Merretts Restaurant. Nearby, dolphin spotting, visiting

an oyster farm and sea kayaking are just some possibilities in this

irresistible location.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, business

centre, parking, travel desk, luggage storage,

internet facilities, children’s pool, outdoor

pool, sauna, spa.

Room features: Bath, shower, bathrobes,

hairdryer, balcony, air-conditioning, in-house

movies, cable TV, fridge, mini bar, ironing

facilities, tea/coffee making facilities, direct

dial telephone, clock/radio, smoke detectors.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in

existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Anchorage Room: 3

Captain Suite: 4

Loft Suite: 4

Master Suite: 4

from $ 121

per person per night

Mercure Centro

Port Macquarie

HHHH

The Mercure Centro Hotel is Port Macquarie’s newest and most

sophisticated hotel. With its pristine beaches, surrounding vineyards

and picturesque nature walks Port Macquarie is an increasingly popular

weekend getaway destination for city dwellers. An easy drive from Sydney

it’s the perfect spot to explore, relax and unwind.

Property features: Restaurant, bar, beauty

therapist, roof top terrace, heated pool, pool

side lounge area and secure undercover

parking.

Room features: Modern décor, private

balconies, large LCD TVs, king or queen bed,

city, historic church or ocean views.

Child policy: Children 0-15 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Standard Room: 3

Superior Room: 4

from $ 98

TO $ 104

per person per night

Central Coast Accommodation

Complimentary car parking (usually $10) and a complimentary

bottle of local wine when dining in our restaurant (one per

booking and valid only for dinner).

Corlette Point Road, Corlette (PTE)

103 William Street, Port Macquarie (PQQ)

BreakFree Aanuka Beach

Resort

HHHH

from $ 101

per person per night

Novotel Pacific Bay Resort

HHHH

from $ 120

TO $ 193

per person per night

Positioned on absolute beachfront with magnificent ocean views

and surrounded by acres of wide open parklands, BreakFree Aanuka

Beach Resort at Coffs Harbour is one resort you’ll never want to leave.

BreakFree Aanuka Beach Resort offers tasteful blend of health, recreation

and relaxation with superb accommodation. The resorts combination

of endless recreation facilities, health and beauty retreat and stylish

accommodation from resort rooms and spa suites to villas.

With a beachfront location at Charlesworth Bay, just 3km north from Coffs

Harbour, Novotel Pacific Bay Resort is framed by ocean, mountains,

natural forest and banana plantations. Just an hours flight from Brisbane

or Sydney, Novotel Pacific Bay Resort has got it all. From a fun filled

active day to a relaxing stroll through the beautifully landscaped gardens

enjoying the smell of jasmine and frangipani. You’ll never want to leave.

Property features: Restaurant, parking,

travel desk, internet facilities, barbeque,

children’s pool, day spa, gym, indoor pool,

mini golf, outdoor pool, spa, tennis court.

Room features: Bath, shower, hairdryer, airconditioning,

overhead fan, cable TV, fridge,

ironing facilities, tea/coffee making facilities,

direct dial telephone,

smoke detectors.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in

existing bedding.

Maximum people per room

Resort Room: 2

Spa Suite: 3

Two Bedroom Spa Villa: 5

Three Bedroom Spa Villa: 7

Four Bedroom Spa Villa: 9

Property features: Charlies Restaurant &

Bar, 24 Hour Reception, Tranquility Day Spa

Retreat, 9 Hole Par 3 Golf Course, 4 Floodlit

Tennis Courts, 3 Heated Swimming Pools,

Elite Training Centre, Direct Beach Access,

Discovery Desk, Games Room, Children’s

Playground and Kids Club.

Room features: Air-conditioning, in-house

movies & satellite TV, tea/coffee facilities, data

ports, STD / IDD telephone, refrigerator, alarm

clock, hairdryer, laundry/dry cleaning, guest

laundry, rooms for disabled with wheelchair

access and spa bath (One Bedroom Spa

Suites only).

Child policy: Children 0-15 years can stay

free when sharing with adults in existing

bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Resort Room: 2

One Bedroom Spa Suites: 4

Includes full breakfast daily when staying in a Resort Room

or Spa Suite.

Firman Drive, Coffs Harbour (CFS)

Cnr Pacific Highway and Bay Drive, Coffs Harbour (CFS)

Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.

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Welcome to Byron bay

Welcome to Byron Bay

Byron Bay is an area of natural wonderland on the most

northern stretch of coast in New South Wales. Its beauty

lies in its unspoilt beaches, volcanic mountains, lush

countryside and world heritage listed national parks.

Pacific Coast Beaches – places that gave birth to the

Today Byron Bay is a chic seaside town with glorious

Australian surfing legend!

beaches, a New Age tinge and loads of style. Situated

Health & Wellbeing – experience many alternative health

just 50 minutes south of the Gold Coast Airport, Byron

Therapies. Relax and rejuvenate the mind and the body.

Bay is the most easterly point on mainland Australia.

Cape Byron – the most easterly point on the Australian

Great surfing beaches at Byron Bay include Main Beach,

mainland. Experience stunning views at the Cape Byron

Clarkes Beach which is more sheltered, and ‘The Pass’

Lighthouse built in 1901. You may even see dolphins, turtles

which is one of Byron’s iconic breaks and can be

and whales in season!

challenging in a big swell.

Byron Bay Farmers Market – every Thursday morning.

Enjoy fresh produce including fruit and vegetables, herbs,

organic coffee, seedlings and plants, roses, sauces, pickles

and more! You must be early as goods sell out quickly!

Must See & Do

BreakFree Eco Beach

HHH

from $ 103

TO $ 124

per person per night

The Byron at Byron

Resort and Spa

HHHH

from $ 201

TO $ 341

per person per night

BreakFree Eco Beach offers modern resort accommodation at the centre

of Australia’s popular holiday destination, Byron Bay. The property

includes 30 Studio, One and Two Bedroom Suites with kitchenettes and a

private balcony or patio. Leisure facilities include a solar-heated swimming

pool, outdoor spa and BBQ facilities while the central courtyard imbues

the resort with a sense of privacy.

Property features: Parking, travel desk,

luggage storage, internet facilities, barbeque,

outdoor pool, spa.

Room features: Shower, hairdryer, balcony/

patio, air-conditioning, cable TV, DVD, CD,

fridge, kitchenette, ironing facilities, tea/coffee

making facilities, direct dial telephone, clock/

radio, smoke detectors.

Child policy: Children 0-12 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in

existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

Studio: 2

One Bedroom: 3

Two Bedroom: 5

Be inspired by nature at The Byron at Byron Resort and Spa. Set within a

stunning 45 acre subtropical rainforest, just moments from Tallow Beach,

this multi award winning resort provides an idyllic escape in a relaxed

atmosphere. This is a place to indulge with nurturing spa treatments,

fresh local cuisine, endless walks through the rainforest, daily yoga and

spacious well appointed one bedroom suites. Enjoy the warm welcome

and exceptional service, offering all the special touches you would expect.

Property features: Day spa, 25 metre infinity

pool, poolside sauna, gym, restaurant, tennis

court, daily yoga, bike hire, resort shuttle,

rainforest boardwalk, bar, 24 hour reception.

Room features: Separate living area, galley

kitchen, plasma TV, 2 verandahs, tea/coffee,

direct dial telephones, cable TV, hairdryer,

freestanding bath, fridge, separate shower,

wireless internet, air-conditioning.

Child policy: Children 0-2 years can

stay free when sharing with adults in

existing bedding.

Maximum people per room:

One Bedroom Standard Suite: 2

One Bedroom Deluxe Spa Suite: 3

Stay 4 nights and receive complimentary full buffet breakfast

daily (valid 01 May - 30 Sep 12).

35-37 Shirley Street, Byron Bay (BBY) 77-97 Broken Head Road, Byron Bay (BBY)

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Prices have been calculated based on seasonal rates in NZ dollars per person with two people sharing a room and generally in the lowest room category. Prices may vary due to exchange rates or seasonal surcharges.

Minimum stay requirements and surcharges may apply over special events, trade fairs, Christmas and New Year and other holiday periods. Please check with your Travel Agent who will also be able to advise you of any special offers.


SYDNEY SURROUNDS

Sydney – Hunter Valley – Port Stephens – Sydney

5 days

Day 1: Sydney to the Hunter Valley (163km)

From Sydney drive for two hours North West and you will find the Hunter Valley,

Australia’s oldest wine producing region. Savour a Semillon or Shiraz (the Hunter’s

two signature varieties) at one of the 120 cellar doors and well known wineries

such as Tyrells and McWilliams. Sample mouth watering local produce from

farmers’ roadside stalls and tantalising eateries. Relax and unwind at one of the

many spas or explore the galleries, antiques and speciality stores in Morpeth, a

national trust classified town.

Day 2: The Hunter Valley

Begin your day with an early morning hot air balloon ride overlooking the

spectacular Hunter Valley vineyards. Visit one of the three boutique cheese makers,

The Chocolate Factory and numerous olive and olive oil producers. Enjoy a round

of golf by the vines at the Greg Norman designed golf course, The Vintage. Take

gourmet cooking lessons or a food and wine matching course. Stopover at Hunter

Valley Gardens in Pokolbin which features 12 themed gardens over 25 hectares.

Day 3: The Hunter Valley to Port Stephens (100km)

Continue your journey back towards the coast to Port Stephens, a haven for

water activities. Try parasailing, jet skiing, surfing or snorkelling in the Port

Stephens waterways. Play a round of golf at one of the area’s 18 hole golf

courses. Scuba dive amongst sponge gardens, sea caves and shipwrecks in the

Marine National Park or try your luck at fishing from the beach, reef or breakwater.

Day 4: Port Stephens

Today visit one of Australia’s most unique wineries, Port Stephens Winery or

watch Port Stephens’ resident dolphins play on a dolphin watching cruise. Try

sand boarding on the Stockton sand dunes on a Moonshadow 4WD tour. Admire

the view and sunset from Gan Gan Lookout.

Day 5: Port Stephens to Sydney (235km)

Recommended places to stay:

Hunter Valley

Leisure Inn Pokolbin Hill • Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley • Mercure

Resort Hunter Valley • Peppers Guest House

Port Stephens

Peppers Anchorage

Must See & Do

Explore the themed gardens at Hunter Valley Gardens.

Sip a Semillon or Shiraz at one of the 120 cellar doors.

Dine in the vines at one of the mouth watering

restaurants.

Experience how wine is made…right from the

grapevine to the bottle.

Sand board the sand dunes at Stockton Beach.

Watch Port Stephen’s resident dolphins on a dolphin

cruise.

Try parasailing, jet skiing, surfing or snorkelling in the

Port Stephen’s waterways.

SYDNEY’S SOUTH COAST

Sydney – Wollongong – Bateman’s Bay – Merimbula – Sydney

4 days

Day 1: Sydney – Wollongong via Grand Pacific Drive (100km)

Depart Sydney at your leisure and travel south via Royal National Park, the

worlds second oldest to Bald Hill. Try tandem hang-gliding if you dare. Enjoy the

breathtaking coastal scenery of Grand Pacific Drive, cross Sea Cliff Bridge and stop

off at one of the delightful coastal villages along the way for lunch. Wollongong offers

everything from adventure sports to relaxation, great shopping and restaurants.

Day 2: Wollongong – Batemans Bay/Broulee (250km)

Follow Grand Pacific Drive through Shellharbour, named after the Aboriginal

middens found along the waterfront to Kiama, a picturesque fishing village with

delightful shops and cafes. Continue to Jervis Bay which is well known for its

dolphin population. The beaches that frame the bay’s turquoise waters are famous

for their white sand. Ulladulla is a well known deep sea fishing area and surf spot.

Don’t miss Pebbly Beach where the resident kangaroos are often seen on the beach

and even splashing in the surf. Located at the mouth of the Clyde River, Batemans

Bay offers sumptuous seafood, particularly oysters. Overnight in Ulladulla, Batemans

Bay or continue south of town to the delightful surf beach of Broulee.

Day 3: Batemans Bay/Broulee – Merimbula (200km)

In historic Mogo, miners cottages now house antiques, jewellery, local art and

craft, indigenous galleries, cafes and delicious treats. Montague Island Nature

Reserve, 8km offshore is home to a large colony of little penguins and Australian

fur seals. Visit the wonderfully preserved villages of Central Tilba & Tilba Tilba,

shop for local arts & crafts, visit Foxglove Spire Gardens or taste the cheeses at

ABC Cheese. Travel the Bermagui to Tathra coastal road, stopping at galleries

and studios along the way. Merimbula’s Magic Mountain will be a hit with the kids,

featuring a roller coaster, mountain slide and mini grand prix track. Succulent

oysters straight from the growers will be a hit with Mum and Dad.

Day 4: Merimbula- Sydney

Visit the Eden Killer Whale Museum in the morning and then make your way to

Merrimbula airport to fly back to Sydney.

Recommended places to stay:

Sydney – Wollongong

Novotel Northbeach Wollongong • Hotel Ibis Wollongong

Wollongong – Batemans Bay

Comfort Inn Bay Waterfront Batemans Bay

Batemans Bay – Merrimbula

Sea Spray Motel Merimbula

• Comfort Inn Merimbula

Meet koalas, kangaroos, emus, wombats and

crocodiles at Symbio Wildlife Gardens.

Skydive onto the beach at Wollongong and land right

on the sand.

Five Islands Brewing Company offers beer sampling

overlooking the beach in Wollongong.

Visit the famous Kiama Blowhole.

Must See & Do

Wine tasting at historic Coolangatta Estate,

Shoalhaven Heads.

Spot playful dolphins with Dolphin Watch Cruises

Jervis Bay.

Uncover maritime history and aboriginal arts and crafts

at the Lady Denman Heritage Complex, Jervis Bay.

Suggested Self-drive Itineraries

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RAIL

Indian pacific

Sydney – Broken Hill – Adelaide – Kalgoorlie – Perth

As the name implies, The Indian Pacific is one of the world’s longest train journeys travelling an amazing 4352 kilometres from

coast to coast between Sydney and Perth. From the comfort of your cabin see the spectacular Blue Mountains to the treeless

plains of The Nullabor. Watch unique landscapes unfold and spot a fascinating array of wildlife. Optional off train sightseeing

tours operate in Broken Hill, Adelaide and Kalgoorlie.

Platinum Service

Designed to deliver new heights in comfort, space and style, the contemporary

Platinum Service is without peer. It offers a new level features and comfort,

featuring spacious private cabins almost twice the size of the classic Gold Service

cabins along with a full ensuite and levels of service that will leave you feeling

pampered, relaxed and special. All meals are included and are served in the

Queen Adelaide Restaurant Car.

Gold Service

Gold Service guests have a choice of a twin or single sleeper cabin. Twin

cabins have a comfortable 3 seater lounge which converts to an upper and

lower sleeping berth at night. Single cabins have similar features to twin cabins,

however showers and toilets are located at the end of each carriage. All Gold

Service guests have access to the Outback Explorer Lounge and Queen Adelaide

Restaurant where all meals are included in the journey fare.

Red Service

Red Service offers a choice of Sleeper Cabins or Day/Nighter seats. Sleepers offer

twin share accommodation, with two facing lounge chairs during the day, which

convert to upper and lower sleeping berths at night. Day/Nighter seating is in

comfortable two-abreast reclining chairs. Toilet and shower facilities are located at

the end of each carriage. All Red Service guests have access to the Matilda Café

where meals and snacks can be purchased.

Platinum Service Twin Cabin

Price per person

01 Apr 12 - 31 Mar 13 adult Child (4-15yrs)

Indian Pacific Sydney to Perth or vice versa

Platinum Service $4652 $4652

Gold Service $2825 $1979

Red Service Sleeper $1959 $1296

Red Service Day/Nighter Seat $1013 $414

Indian Pacific Sydney to Adelaide or vice versa

Platinum Service $1521 $1521

Gold Service $983 $749

Red Service Sleeper $713 $509

Red Service Day/Nighter Seat $436 $180

Gold Service Twin Cabin

Gladstone SA

Cook, SA

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Rail

Countrylink - Xpt / Xplorer

CountryLink provides long distance passenger rail and coach services, connecting Sydney with major cities, including Brisbane,

Canberra, Melbourne and 365 regional destinations. Passengers enjoy the benefits of a modern fleet of XPT and XPLORER trains and

road coaches offering economy and first class seats (first class sleepers are available on some overnight XPT services), a fully

stocked buffet and a wide range of facilities for the comfort of all passengers.

First Class Sleepers

(Available on CountryLinks XPT Service Sydney – Melbourne; Melbourne –

Sydney; Sydney – Brisbane and Casino – Sydney routes)

First class sleepers are available for overnight travel on defined routes. Sleepers

are twin share with bed linen, towels and toiletries provided. Share shower and

toilet facilities are located between each compartment. During the day each

sleeper converts into three comfortable seats. Access is available to the buffet car

to purchase meals. Includes complimentary breakfast.

First Class Seats

Each seat comes with a footrest, armrests, drop down food tray and individual

reading light. Most seats face the direction of travel, but on request, can be

rotated to form a group of four. Extra legroom and more recline providing greater

comfort. Toilet facilities located at the end of each car. Access to the buffet car.

Economy Class Seats

Each seat comes with a footrest, armrests, drop down food tray and individual

reading light. Most seats face the direction of travel, but on request, can be

rotated to form a group of four. Toilet facilities located at each end of the carriage.

Access to the buffet car.

Price Per Person first Class Economy Class

Seat

Seat

adult Child Adult Child

(4-15yrs)

(4-15yrs)

01 – 03 Apr, 28 Apr – 31 Aug 12 & 01 Feb – 26 Mar 13

Sydney – Canberra or vice versa (Xplorer) $72 $72 $51 $37

Sydney – Melbourne or vice versa (XPT Daylight) $167 $119 $119 $85

Sydney – Brisbane (XPT Daylight) $159 $113 $119 $85

01 – 20 Sep, 09 Oct – 13 Dec 12 & 03 – 31 Jan 13

Sydney – Canberra or vice versa (Xplorer) $88 $52 $63 $37

Sydney – Melbourne or vice versa (XPT Daylight) $203 $119 $144 $85

Sydney – Brisbane (XPT Daylight) $203 $119 $144 $85

04 – 27 Apr, 21 Sep – 08 Oct, 14 Dec 12 – 02 Jan 13 & 27 – 31 Mar 13

Sydney – Canberra or vice versa (Xplorer) $103 $52 $73 $37

Sydney – Melbourne or vice versa (XPT Daylight) $238 $119 $169 $85

Sydney – Brisbane (XPT Daylight) $238 $119 $169 $85

*Fares are subject to change without notice.

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Map

Darling Harbour

Walsh

Bay

National Trust

Darling Harbour

Passenger Terminal

Sydney

Observatory

To

Lyric Theatre

King St

Wharf

Pyrmont Sydney

Aquarium

National

Maritime

Museum

Monorail

Pyrmont

Bridge

PYRMONT

MERINO

21

BAY ST

10

HICKSON RD

Convention

Centre

Ultimo

Exhibition Centre

To North Shore

Dawes Point

WINDMILL ST

ARGYLE PL

KENT ST

HIGH ST

Cockle

Bay

WESTERN DISTRIBUTOR

QUARRY

ST

BLVD

WILLIAM HENRY ST

Visitors

Centre

Cadmans Cottage

Darling

Harbour

Powerhouse

Museum Haymarket

MACARTHUR ST

WATTLE ST

11

WESTERN DISTRIBUTOR

HICKSON RD

ARGYLE ST

14

MARGARET

Wynyard

The

Rocks

Stock Exchange

State

Theatre

Queen Victoria Bldg

Sydney

Harbour

Bridge

Pylon Lookout

Cinemas

Her Majesty’s

Theatre

Sydney

Cove

Circular

Quay 3 2

Circular Quay

GPO

Theatre

Royal

Strand Arcade

Sydney Tower

Town

Hall

Rly. Stn

City

Centre

Tumbalong

Park LIVERPOOL ST

Chinese

Garden

World

Square

GOULBURN ST

20

Chinatown

Entertainment Area 18

Centre

HARRIS

JONES ST

KENT ST

SUSSEX ST

ST

MARY ANN ST

YORK ST

PIER ONE

LOWER FORT ST

CUMBERLAND ST

ERSKINE ST

KING ST

BROADWAY

RD

HICKSON

BRADFIELD HIGHWAY

GEORGE ST

ST

HARRINGTON

GROSVENOR

JAMISON ST

CLARENCE ST

BARRACK

ST

MARKET ST

CAHILL

GEORGE ST

DRUITT ST

BATHURST ST

PIER ST

THOMAS ST

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ULTIMO ST

HARBOUR

8

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THOMAS

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CIRCULAR

QUAY WEST

PITT ST

ALFRED ST

BRIDGE ST

BOND

HUNTER

HAY ST

31

LEE ST

12

2

ST

GEORGE

SPRING

ST

MARTIN PL

30

25

Monorail

Park

Plaza

Capitol

Theatre

Belmore

Park

Central

Railway

Station

LOFTUS ST

YOUNG ST

O'CONNELL ST

PITT ST

PITT ST

CASTLEREAGH ST

PHILLIP ST

BENT ST

Sydney

Harbour

Tunnel

EXP.

MACQUARIE ST

Archibald

Fountain

Government

House

PL

Qantas

State

ST Libr.

Parlt.

House

Martin

Place

Mint

Museum

BLIGH ST

23

19

9

ELIZABETH ST

CAMPBELL ST

CIRCULAR QUAY

29

28

RD

ST JAMES

PARK ST

Hyde

FARM COVE CR

St James

Park

Anzac War

Memorial

Museum

ELIZABETH ST

EDDY AV

To Manly - Ferry

To Manly - Jetcat

Bennelong

Point

Sydney

Opera

House

SHAKESPEARE

PRINCE ALBERT

To

Brighton-Le-Sands

HOSPITAL RD

COLLEGE ST

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36 37

WENTWORTH

33

AV

FOSTER HUNT

ALBION ST

FOVEAUX ST

Surry

Hills

Farm

Cove

Conservatorium

of Music

Royal

Botanic

Gardens

CAHILL EXPRESSWAY

The

Domain

ST. MARYS

Cook &

Phillip

Park

Australian

Museum

Art

Gallery

of NSW

ART GALLERY RD

H

East Sydney

STANLEY ST

YURONG

ST

RILEY ST

LIVERPOOL ST

WATERLOO ST

RILEY ST

Port

Jackson

LINCOLN CR

SIR JOHN YOUNG CR

CATHEDRAL ST

CROWN ST CROWN ST

OXFORD ST

CAMPBELL ST

1

PALMER ST

Mrs

Macquarie's

Point

Mrs

Macquarie's

Chair

MRS MACQUARIE'S RD

Andrew 'Boy'

Charlton Pool

Finger Wharf

Darlinghurst

BOURKE ST

BURTON ST

FITZROY ST

Taylor

Square

To Sydney

Airport

Woolloomooloo Bay

COWPER WHARF RD

Woolloomooloo

Railway Viaduct

WILLIAM

BOURKE ST

FLINDERS ST

FORBES ST

4

McELHONE ST

DARLINGHURST

STH DOWLING ST

Kings

Cross

Fort Denison

SYDNEY

Kings

Cross

RD

VICTORIA ST

OXFORD

Potts

Point

CHALLIS AV

Potts

Point

VICTORIA ST

17

NAPIER ST

HUGHES

ORWELL

BARCOM AV

BOUNDARY

To University

of NSW

TO COOGEE

GREENS RD

MACLEAY ST

KELLETT

ST

DARLINGHURST RD

Garden

Island

Elizabeth

Bay

BILLYARD AVE

GREENKNOWE

ST

El Alamein

Fountain

AV

Paddington

Victoria

Barracks

ONSLOW AVE

BAY

BAYSWATER RD

RD

ELIZABETH

KINGS CROSS RD

CRAIGEND ST

ST

WARD

BARCOM AV

GLENMORE RD

MOORE PARK

RD

Sydney

Football

Stadium

To Double

Bay

To Bondi

KEY (Alphabetical Order)

1. Adina Apartment Hotel Sydney

2. BreakFree on George

3. Citigate Central

4. Formule 1 Sydney East

5. Four Points by Sheraton, Darling Harbour,

Sydney

6. Fraser Suites

7. Holiday Inn Darling Harbour

8. Holiday Inn Old Sydney

9. Hotel Ibis World Square

10. Ibis Sydney Darling Harbour

11. Ibis Sydney King Street Wharf

12. Mantra 2 Bond Street

13. Medina Executive Sydney Central

14. Medina Grand Harbourside

15. Medina Grand Sydney

16. Mercure Hotel Sydney

17. Mercure Sydney Potts Point

18. Metro Hotel Sydney Central

19. Metro on Pitt

20. Novotel Rockford Darling Harbour

21. Oaks Goldsborough Apartments

22. PARKROYAL Darling Harbour, Sydney

23. Park Regis City Centre

24. Quay West Suites Sydney

25. Radisson Blu Hotel Sydney

26. Sebel Pier One

27. Shangri-La Hotel Sydney

28. Sheraton on the Park

29. Sofitel Sydney Wentworth

30. Swissotel Sydney

31. The Marque Hotel

32. The Menzies Sydney

33. The Sebel Surry Hills Sydney

34. The York by Swiss-Belhotel

35. Travelodge Sydney

36. Vibe Sydney

37. Wyndham Vacation Resorts Asia Pacific Sydney

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services for business purposes, the Consumer Guarantees Act

1993 will not apply to any supply of goods or services made

under these conditions, and we will not be liable or responsible

for any loss or damage of any kind to you, including any

consequential loss or damage however it may be caused.

4. Information in the Brochure

4.1 This brochure was published on 14 October 2011 and is valid

for services used 01 April 2012 – 31 March 2013 unless

otherwise advised. Exchange rates used when costing this

brochure are as at 01 October 2011.

4.2 While we have exercised reasonable care and skill to ensure

that the contents of this brochure are correct, accurate, and

up-to-date at the time of publishing, please note that the

contents of this brochure are based on information supplied to

us by the Suppliers. We do not have, and cannot be reasonably

expected to have, personal knowledge about all the facilities or

services provided by each Supplier.

4.3 Facilities or services may change after the date of publication.

We endeavour to keep travel agents informed of any changes

to information in this brochure that are brought to our attention.

Prior to booking your ticket, you should ask your travel agent

about any changes to the published information of which your

agent may be aware. You should also make sure that if your

travel agent is advised of changes that occur after booking,

your travel agent is able to contact you.

4.4 All maps, illustrations and photographs are for indicative

purposes only and may not necessarily reflect actual places or

positioning.

4.5 Accommodation must be consecutive at the same hotel to

qualify for free nights. Important: Hotels have the right to

change conditions e.g. 5th night free. Bonus offers: e.g. free

upgrade or late checkouts are subject to availability at time of

stay.

5. Prices

5.1 All prices shown in this brochure are on a per person basis

unless otherwise stated and are expressed in New Zealand

dollars. Vehicle rates are per vehicle.

5.2 Events beyond our control, such as currency fluctuations,

changes to the price of aviation fuel or changes to the cost of

services and facilities may result in the prices charged to you

being different.

5.3 It must be understood that if for any of the reasons mentioned

in Clause 5.2 price increases or variation of terms are notified

to us between the time of booking and departure, we reserve

the right to vary the price to you up to the time of your

departure.

5.4 Prices are based on a composite package of land and aircontent.

If one only is sought a different basis of cost will apply.

5.5 All prices exclude travel agent service fees.

6. Payment

6.1 A deposit of $100 must be paid to your travel agent within

seven (7) days of verbal or written confirmation of booking

request. Certain Suppliers may also require an additional

booking fee or deposit to be paid.

6.2 A booking requested less than seven (7) days prior to departure

may incur communication charges.

6.3 Final payment shall in all cases by made not less than 30 days

prior to departure. In some cases the terms of the tour or travel

may require full payment at an earlier date. In that case you will

be advised at the time your booking is processed.

6.4 Credit Card not permitted unless travel agent acts as merchant.

7. Amendment or Cancellation

7.1 If you wish, or circumstances require you to amend or cancel

your booking for any reason, you should advise us in writing

through your travel agent at the earliest possible time.

7.2 Where you cancel any booking more than thirty (30) days prior

to your departure you are likely to have to pay a fee. A

cancellation fee of $200 will be imposed where cancellation is

made within thirty (30) days prior to your departure, plus any

suppliers charges as per note 7.3. Please refer however to

Clause 7.6 for special conditions in some cases.

7.3 The above cancellation fees are required to offset booking,

communication and administration charges that will have

already been incurred by us. In addition to our cancellation fee,

you may also be required to pay cancellation fees imposed by

our Suppliers (i.e. airlines, hotels, etc.) The amount of each

Supplier’s cancellation fee is beyond our control, and payment

is solely your responsibility. You should check with your travel

agent concerning the amount of a Supplier’s cancellation fees.

7.4 To the extent that we are able to do so (bearing in mind we are

dependent upon third party availability beyond our control) we

will be pleased to incorporate any reasonable changes you

request. An itinerary change may attract a fee similar to

cancellation fees in Clause 7.2 above to cover our

administration costs.

7.5 Some Suppliers may reserve the right to cancel or amend

travel, accommodation, etc and GO Holidays must therefore

reserve similar rights to cancel or amend any holiday

arrangements.

7.6 There are cases where the terms of supply as to refundability of

pre-payments require provisions different from the above. In

those cases the conditions specific to your tour will be advised

to you at the time your booking is processed.

8. Insurance

We strongly recommend that as a minimum you insure yourself

fully against cancellation, disruption, loss of luggage and

personal property, and medical expenses. Your travel agent will

be able to provide you with further information.

9. Items Not Covered

Unless otherwise specified, the cost of meals, drinks, laundry,

telephone calls, insurance, sightseeing tours, local taxes,

airport departure taxes, aviation insurance levies and passport

or visa application fees are not included.

10. Package Costs

Included in the tour costs are charges for normal booking

procedure costs, communication costs, administration,

research, printing, etc. Where the land arrangements of

holidays are included in a composite package, an itemisation of

costs will not be rendered.

11. Visas / Passports

For all holidays in this brochure you will require a valid

passport. You are responsible for arranging your own passport,

visa and health requirements (including inoculation where

applicable). You should check with your travel agent who will

be able to provide you with the necessary information.

12. Non-Use of Services or Facilities

If, of your own choice, you decide not to use part or parts of

the arranged services or facilities, you will not be entitled to a

refund from us (provided we have carried out our service with

reasonable skill and care and to your requirements) and you

may not be entitled to a refund from any Supplier.

13. GO Holidays Charter for Addressing Problems

In the event that you should strike a problem or you are

dissatisfied with some aspect of the services or facilities during

the course of your trip, our recommendation is that you take

the matter up directly with the supplier of the service at the

time, or as soon as practicable in the circumstances. This

provides the opportunity to have the matter discussed and

investigated on the spot and a remedy negotiated then and

there to enable you to continue enjoying your holiday. We have

found from experience that it is very difficult (in some countries

impossible) for us to obtain redress for you once travel has

been completed. If this does not work, we wish to be involved

at the earliest possible moment and our commitment is that we

will immediately work on resolving the issue to your

satisfaction.

14. Health or Disability

Some Suppliers may reserve the right to refuse to carry or

accommodate people who, because of a health condition or

disability, may require services or facilities to be provided in a

special manner or at a certain stage of pregnancy. You should

check this with your travel agent.

15. Legal Claims

The laws of New Zealand will govern any claims or legal action

in connection with the provision of our services to you. Any

claim or legal action against the Suppliers is likely to be subject

to the terms of your contract with them, and may be governed

by the laws of other countries.

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Our thanks to Destination New South Wales.

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Conditions Carefully

The guarantees under the Consumer

Guarantees Act will apply to services

supplied by us except where they are

acquired, or are held out as being

acquired for business purposes.

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